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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TAKES SWEEPSTAKES IN WHEAT
PLANS FOR SUMMER SESSION
ThurHclay, February 13. All univer
sity inen's social, Armory. FatR,
stunts, etc., good time. Set the date
aside. Men only.
Dr. Richard ( Hughes of Madison,
Wis. will address the University Stu
dents' Uuild of the First Presbyterian
church at 12 o'clock next Sunday
morning in the chapel. Some student
problems will be discussed by Dr.
Hughes and all university men are
cordially Invited to attend.
Local Grange Notice.
Thre will be an open meeting of
the Local Grange in room 202, Judging
Pavilllon, University Farm, Saturday,
University faculty and students are
cordially Invited to attend.
The special program for the even
ing Is as follows:
1. Lantern views and lecture on the
origin and evolution of domesticated
animals. Professor Barbour.
2. Lecture on co-operative dairying
in Denmark. Professor Frandsen.
G. W. Demlng, Sophomore In College
of Agriculture Takes Fourth
First Prize on Same
Peck of Grain.
The College of Agriculture has for
a long time stood first In heaping a
profusion ot medals, cups and prizes
on the university. Now comes news
fiom Columbus, South Carolina of the.
latest acouisitlon. Nebraska Is a
champion sweepstakes winner on
wheat at the Fifth National Corn Ex
position held at that place.
The exribit of rard winter wreat
shown by CI. W. Demlng of Fairmont,
Neb. won both the grand champion
wheat sweepstakes and national
sweepstakes for that particular kind
of wheat. Demlng Is a sophomore in
the college of agriculture, and has
taken four successive firsts on this
peck of wheat. Besides the grand
prize at Columbia, Mr. Deming has ex
hibited this peck of wheat at the Fill
more county fair, the Nebraska state
fair, and the Nebraska winter corn
show, winning first prizes with every
SPHINX FORMAL ELABORATE
University Journal Contains 8chtdule
of Course for Next Term
This month's University Journal Is
full of Information regarding the sum
mer session, which will be from June
it, to August 1. Courses will be of
fered In many branches, advanced
courst s for those specializing on high
school teaching, and other courses for
teachers of the lower grades.
Opportunities seldom equalled will
be offered to those who register for
these courses. There will be studies
for those wishing to make up entranco
credits, four college credits being
equivalent to one entranco credit.
Adults, or graduates of the college
will find courses open to them, nnd, in
tin case of graduates, Master of Arts
degree may be obtained.
There Is an Important supplement to
the paper this month. It is wiitten
by Chancellor Avery and states his
views regarding university removal.
It is addressed to the alumni and is
an appeal for their loyal support,
whether the school Is removed or not.
FRI., 8AT. & SAT. MAT. Feb. 7-8
HOWE TRAVEL FESTIVAL
Night 50, 35 & 25c. Mat 35, 25 15c
MON. TUES. WED & WED MAT.
THE BLUE BIRD
Original Production 100 Peoplo
PRICES $2.00 to 50c
SIOUX COUNTY YEILDS FOSSIL
Extensive Preparations Are Being
Made to Render This Event
The Iron Sphinx will hold their an
nual formal at the Lindell hotel,
February 28. Chairman Dobbs, in
charge of the dance, says that elabor
ate preparations are being made to
make it one of the unique parties of
the year. About sixty couples will bo
accommodated, a number of out-of-town
visitors being expected. Iron
Sphinx has always been known for
the success of its parties and the
Sophomores are looking forward to a
CHARTER DAY PROGRAM OUT
Telephone Yulo Bros at once.
Jones' Orchestra, fhono L-8605.
Frolich's Orchestra. I'hono L-7363.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
Valuable Rhinoceros Skeleton Is Pre
sented the Museum by
The land of the numerous five
toed horses, five-horned antelope,
saber toothed tiger, and the devil's
corkscrews has just given up after
millions of years ot waiting the valu
able skeleton of a two-horned rhinoc
eros. This skeleton has just been re
ceived Trom Harold Cook of Sioux
county. Now the complete remount
ing of the one destroyed by fire is
Work upon the rhlnocesos has been
going on for some time but all the
bones could not be found until this
last shipment was received.
Roy T. Bessie
Barnes &. Crawford
DELMAR and DELMAR
8ENATOR FRANCES MURPHY
ELDORA & COMPANY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
C. H. Frey, University florlBt. 1133
SIMMONS THE PRINTER -fr
j Dance Programs -j
-y Banquet Menus -
- Calling Cards -
- Book Publications -
yV- 317 S. 12th St.
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
y All engineers are expected -fa
y- to take part in entertaining
fc the guests of the Engineering -fr
fr College tonight. Every man -fc
fa who has had or is taking M. E. jf
fa 3, 4, or 5 should report to to -fr
y- these labs and will be as- -fc
y signed work. Credit will be
given as far as possible. y
P. S. TONEY, Chairman
List of Events in Indoor Field Meet
Made Public by the
Plenty of entertainment Is provided
for the afternoon of Charter day
for the most fastidious lovers of plea
ure, especially for those who prefer
their fun spiced with a bit of excite
ment. The big annual track meet Ib
sc bduled lor that afternoon, and will
Include a band concert, an exhibition
drill by the Pershing rides and pos
sibly a matinee dance.
The order of events for the track
meet is as follows:
Twenty-llvc-yard dash, pole vault,
running high Jump, fence vault, 12
pound shot put, running high kick,
A committee of six men have been
working for borne time on the pro
gram of this meet and will bo largely
responsible for its success. The com
mittee consists of A. A. May, chair
man; Herbert Reese, Warren Howard,
Sam Carrier, Otto Sinkie, Guy E. Reed.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of Bervice
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
20 N. 11th St. Adv.
You Are Late to SCHOOL
E Blaiyie your watch the first time but be sure and get that E
E ivatch fixed that day. Take it to E
I HALLETTS, Uni Jeweler I
E Established 1H71 11M O Street E
Home Made Bread Six Loafs for 25c
COOKIES PIES CAKEIS
Give us your next order for Punch.
We know we can suit you both in quality and in price.
THUR8., FRI., SAT.
Flernan, Walters and Kiernan
BURT, JOHN80N &. BURT
"THE PRINCESS AND THE MAN'
"THREE WISE MEN"
"HOY PATTY MADE GOOD"
3 8HOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10c
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
1 3th and O St
DO YOUR WASHING
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
Are Hard to Beat
So are our
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