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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
Katherlne Little of Lyons, Nob.,
class "10 is visiting at the Chi Omega
Telephone Yule Btob at onco.
XI Delta held Its monthly meeting at
the Olpha Chi Omega house at 5 p. m.
Jones' Orchestra. Thon'o L-8605.
Ruth Walker, Alpha Chi Omega of
Davenport, Iowa has registered for the
Second Semester after a year's ab
Frollch's Orchestra, Phone L-7363.
All gymnasium men please secure
tickets at once at office for the gym
nasium dance Saturday night Febr
All lockers on stool gymnasium lock
ers not reassigned by 6 p. m. Wednes
day February 5 or vacated will bo cut.
It. O. Clapp.
Competition for positions on inter
clasH debating teams will bo held next
Saturday evening at 9 o'clock instead
of in morning as announced.
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Torsammelt slch Dnnestag Abend don
6 ten February boi Frl. Gertrude Scrlb
ner; 931 and 16 te Straszo. MuBlck
Program, Prof. AuguBt Molzer. Wahl
der meun Mltglleder.
HagenBlck's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
A cotillion will be given Saturday
at the State Farm, by the girls of the
physical training class. It will bo In
the form of a froak party.
In addition to the scheduled classes
one in classical dancing will begin to
day at 3 o'clock. It will meet every
Wednesday at 3 for a half hour and is
open to all members of the second
year physical training class. Juniors
and Beniors who have completed their
gymnasium work may also enter.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 233 No. 11th.
Honry F. Schulte of the University
of Michigan will be the new assistant
coach to succeed T. E. Jones at the
University of Missouri. Dally Mis-sourlan.
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
All engineers will wear corduroy
trousers. Ordors will be taken in the
Blue Print office, M. A. 109, Thursday,
February 6, 10-12 a. m 1-3 p. m. For
further information see the members
of your class committee, whose names
are posted on the engineering Society
KEY8ER CANNOT MAKE ADDRESS
L. Edwin Morgan, 1010, who has
been chemist in the State Experiment
Station in connection with the State
University of Missouri for the past
two years, has accepted a position as
chemist with Swift & Co., Fort Worth,
Georgo Bros., artistic and individual
programs, menus and stationery. The
latest styles. 1313 N. Adv.
On account of Prof. C. J. Keyser
having recently been operated on for
appendicitis, he will be unable to de
liver the annual Sigma Xi address
February 14. Announcement as to
who Is to fill the place will be made
The Vereln Germanla will meet on
Wednesday, February B at 7 p. m. In
the banquet hall of the Temple. An
Illustrated lecture on "A Trip Through
Scandinavia" will be given by Profes
sor Alexis. Second semester officers
will be elected after the lecture.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of Bervice
at Green'8 Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
W. L. Phillips of Richmond, Vir
ginia, national secretary of Sigma Phi
Epsllon visited the local chapter Tues
day on his way home from Mt. Pleas
ant, Iowa, where a new chapter was
installed in Iowa Wesleyan college.
Lowell Gregg was also present at the
Installation but returned home the first
of the week.
Miss Beatrice Longtin and Mr.
Stuart P. DobbB, both of Beatrice, were
married January 29 at the home of the
bride's sister. The bride attended the
university last year and is a mem
ber of the Alpha XI Delta sorority.
Mr. Dobbs graduated from tho law
college in 1911 with Phi Beta Kappa
The couple left for Salt Lake City
which they will make their future
BASEBALL ONCE MORE.
(Continued from Page O
April 19 Kansas Aggies at Man
hattan. May 3 Kearney Normal at Lincoln.
May O Kansas University at Lin
coln. May 20 Highland Park at Des
May 21 Grinnel at Grlnnell.
May 22 Iowa university at Iowa
May 23 Ames at Ames.
May 24 Amos at Ames.
TODAY 2:30 TONIGHT 8:15
Mat 60c & 26c. Night $1.50 to 26c
FRI., SAT. & 8AT. MAT., Feb. 7-8
LYMAN H. HOWE
Night 60c, 36c and 26c.
Mat 36s, 26c and 16c
"THE BLUE BIRD"
You Are Late to SCHOOL 1
Blame your watch the first time but be sure and get that E
S watch fixed that day. Take it to S
1 HALLETl'S, Uni Jeweler I
5 Established mi 1143 O Street 5
Roy T. Bessie
Barnes &. Crawford
DELMAR and DELMAR
SENATOR FRANCE8 MURPHY
ELDORA & COMPANY
Bar. Mats at 276 Prices 15c, 25o.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
MON., TUE8., WED.
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"The Tender-Hearted Boy."
"When Mary Grew Up.
"Along the Columbia River."
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