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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THAT MYSTERIOUS APPARITION
Strangely Dressed Thing Causes Much
Hubbub About Town Yesterday By
Display of 8ummer Flannels.
MIGHT HAVE BEEN NEW WAITER
Who was the mysterious man in
white? Immense crowds of unsus
pecting citizens of staid old Lincoln
stood aghoflt at the sight of the ap
paiition which passed down Eleventh
street and thence to Seventeenth on O
just before noon yesterday i a
white serge suit with a spotless soft
felt hat, white canvas shoes, red socks
and flowing Hatswing tie, it presented
;i picture which caused many to glance
luitively at the nearest thermometei .
"Idiiul sakes, SI," one isitor to the
city was heard to exclaim as the ap
parition made its triumphant passage,
"there goen one of them actor fellows
we read about '
1'iobably the most onspicuous point
of this strnnge figure's appearance was
the losincss of its physiognomy, com
ninol known as ' phyz " Wearing or
dinarv ( lothe.s the average mm'bal
would hae taken ii for Jim Thorpe
01 some othei specimen of Earl &
Wison's hi and
After parading about town lor near-j
1 ;i halt hour it was seen entering the.
Delta Delta Delta house, where a view I
thiough the window would have dis
closed t waiting tables and hammer
ing the ivories in acordance with the
desires of its fair coinmandeis. To
say that it seemed peifectlv at home
or used to the occupation would be
telling Howevei, the dishes having
been wanned, it departed none the
worse for its experience and again
wandered disconsolately through the
cit. steering clear of the campus,
however. It disappeared as suddenly
and silently (?) as it first came to
view, and. it is said, depaited a wiser,
if humbler freshman. X.
MATTOCK'S RIBS BROKEN.
Colonel of Farm Regiment Surfers a
Colonel Mattock bad the misfortune
to hare several ribs fractured in the
class scrap last week Owing to this
the Workizer rifles did not meet for
drill last Monday evening.
(Hula for Ms n
attn $nmtn Hbm
QUALITY, STYLE, and FIT are the predom
1224 O STREET
Telephone Yulo Bros at onco.
I.oIk Logan, or Norfolk, Neb., 1h
visiting friends at the Pi Meta I'lil
Cleaner, Hatter and
ReDalrer. Auto B1799
235 No. 11th.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto
.Ic.hn S Poyce. M. of F, U. of N
has passed the examination for
est pathologist and has been appointed
s'-istant Pathologist in District Five
ot the Forest Service, with headquar
ters at San Francisco.
Call Roy O Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 71815, L 81f2
Christmas stationery, fancy cards
and letters, menus, dance programs
(leorgo Pros., 1313 N.
Dr II J. Webber, a formei gi actu
ate of Nebiaska, who has been head
ol the Plant Breeding Department at
Cornell University will stop off in
Lincoln this week to inspect the State
Fann on his way through to Califor
nia He has recently accepted the
position of head of the Department of
Plant Bieedin-; m the University or
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N 11th St Adv.
30, N 2.
Club meets tonight at
The Household Arts Club will meet
Tuesday evening, Dec. 10, with Miss
Dora Kidd, 1128 F street.
The Tuesday evening vesper service
of the Y. W. C. A. will be addressed
by Miss Alice Compton, '10 Her sub
jec t is, 'A Thought Passed On." Y.
W O A. rooms, f o'clock.
Subscribe lor the Rag.
Your Shopping will be simplified if you
come in and see some of our combina
tion sets, smoking jackets, bathrobes,
FOR SALE A duo bill on pno of Lin
coln'H bcBt tailors This cnn bo had
cheap If Hold now. See manager at
Hag ofTlce. 11-262H
FOR SALE -Regulation officer's sabre,
with sling, belt and sash Apply at
Wn ,,, mo lit
FOR RENT -Dance hall, second floor
Prownell blk 2.r(!IO teet , no bolter
floor in city, elevator service, cloak
rooms, toilet rooms, good piano; no
public dance allowed in hall, limited
to traternitj, sorority, club and private
daiK-es, elates reserved; $K a night
tot h phones John Taylor, Hrow
LOS'I Alpha Oniecton PI pin on cam
pus Moncla , finder please call Al
ph.. () bouse 12 10 3t
LOS'I- Dais Caluculus in Physics
lecture room Thursday Reward for
return to Neluaskan ofllc e 12 1()3t
if PRINTING THAT WILL if
if PLEASE YOU. DUNCAN'S if
FRATERNAL PRINT SHOP.
if CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK if
if 12th and O Streets
if P. A. Hall President if
if F. H. Johnson Vlce-Pres. if
if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash, if
A Hammcrlcss Gun with Solid
Easiest operating and smooth
HO. AT $25.00.
i indorsed by Shoot
ers everywhere as
"Superb for Trap er
Made in five styles
and illustrated and
described in Stevens
Have your Dealer show
you a Stevens Repeater.
J. STEVENS ARMS &
P.O. Box 5004,
CHtCOPEE FALLS, MASS.
Fm& 3Kfi 1
in an established school where the standards of Instruction are given
the same careful thought as In the best departments of the University.
The University School of Music
offers splendid instruction in Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice, Violin, Clar
inet, Flute, SaxapJione, Cornet, all Theoretical branches and Public
DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full information at School building
11th and It Streets Opposite the University
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Primrose & Dockstader
PRICES $1.00, 75, 50 & 25c
Wednesday Night Dec. 11
MR. LOUIS MANN
In "Elevating A Husband"
PRICES $2.00 to 50c
GRAY And Graham
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
MON., TUES , WED
BAADER LAVELLE TROUPE
PARIS AND ITS MONUMENTS"
A FREIGHT TRAIN DRAMA"
"THE ELECTRIC LAUNDRY"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2. 7 & 9
ALL SEATS 10c
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 0 Str., South Side.
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
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