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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1913)
THE DAILY NERRA8KAN
HOLD RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE
Meeting of the Church Workers of
State Universities at the Uni
versity of Kansas.
The sixth Hiinual conference of re
llgloiiH workers in Htute universities
wiih held at the UnlverHity of Kansas
February 4 0 Hev Dean IL Leland
and Kev Lawrence It. Harvard, the
Presbyterian and Congregational uni
versity pastors and Rev. T. M. Ship-
herd, paHtor of the First Congrega
tional church wore In attendance from
Nebraska. They carrlod Invitations
for tho next conference from Chancol
lor Avery, and from the Lincoln Min
isters' Association but because of tho
fact that this year's conference was
so far west the decision for next year
was made In lavor of the university
Dologates were In attendance from
Pennsylvania state college, Ohio, In
diana, Michigan, Wisconsin, North
Dakota, Minnesota, Ames and tho
state university from Iowa, Toxas, Ok
lahoma, ond Missouri, as well as Ne
brnsk a and Kansas.
Mr. Shipherd, Mr. Leland and Mr.
Howard all had parts on tho program
and Mr. Lolund was chosen president
for tho ensuing year. Mr. Shipherd
was vice-president this year and mem
ber of several Important committees.
WANTED A position aB matron or
manager of a fraternity house. Mrs.
Stover, 3000 P St. Phono Auto. B-
1109, Bell 71890. 2-4-3t
FOR RENT Large front room in
modern house; for ladles. Auto
1-9280, 1327 S St. 2-6
TO RENT Room for two students.
Rent froo to one for firing tho fur
nace. 534 No. 12th St.
FOR RENT 11 room house, near Uni.
Inquire 1420 R St. Phono L-9839.
FOR RENT Nlco large room, mod
ern; for one or two gentleman, $10
per months. 442 No. 12th 8t.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order
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FOR RENT Danco han, Bccond floor
Rrownoll blk, 25x90 feet; no bettor
floor In city; elevator Borvico, cloak
rooniH, toilet rooma, good piano; no
public dance allowed In hall; limited
to fraternity, sorority, club and private
danceB; dates reserved; $8 a night.
Both phones. John Taylor, Brow
GOLD CUFF BUTTON with initial E
engraved. Return to this ofllce.
New Fortnightly Student Publication
Coming. First Issue.
Located in their sumptuous suite of
otllces at the east end of the corridor
on the second floor of the University
Hall the staff of "awgwan," tho new
student publication is creating quite
a circulation in the surrounding at
mosphere With the swishing of tho
paate brush and the click of typewrit
ers tho work of preparing thefirBt
lBBue goes merrily forward.
Our reporter after repeated at
tempts to scale the stool wall which
guards their sanctum Banctorum
finally secured an Interview with tho
"Oh. der gettin scared," he said,
"det knows dey'll get cain when dat
first Issue conies out. believe me It's
goln' to be a live one."
"Ar they going to publish Jokes
on the faculty members?" wo asked.
He looked at us qulzlcally.
"Se dat steel fence?" he remarked,
"well, its braced from behind. And
der's a lire escape leadin' from de
"But ou haen't answered our
question, " wo said as ho stm
through the ouce door.
"Aw, "gwan." was all that he an
FOR SALIC Cadet uniform, good con
dition, size about 35. Inquire rag
ollice of Kavan.
Of the University Y. M- C. A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7"to 8 : 30 Dinner 1 1 to 1 : 30 Supper 5 : 30 to 7
HE MOMENT YOU PUT OA CLOTHES
made to your measure, you see the vast dif- "
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made. Our way costs no more. Be sure
to see our line first.
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P. A. Hall President -fc
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W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash.
The delightful pleasure of riding
in them makes them your favorites.
So different from the rest. All full
Her Wish! Is an Ensign Cab
for the protection of her gown.
221 So. 11th
Fraternity and Sorority Pins
All Kinds of Badges, Rings, Pins and
Manufactured to your order by the oldest and
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Order direct, and we save you money. We manufacture
High School, College and Fraternity Pins.
What is known in orthodox news
paper tnlk as a persistent rumor was
abroad on the campus yesterday. This
rumor was to the effect that there
were five typewriters at work In the
Rag office. There was general dis
appointment In some quarters when
it became known that the typewriters
In question are neither blond nor
brunette, but just machines, and our
offlco has not been cluttered up by
bo many visitors today. Tho type
writers are beauties notwithstanding,
and if only they could spell as cor
rectly as they can write legibly, somo
more of our troubles would be at an
THE NEW MODEL, NUMBER FIVE
L. C. Smith & Bros.
Ball Bearing Long Wearing
HAVE YOU EXAMINED ONE?
More L. C. Smith Typewriters used by the University of Nebraska than all other
makes combined. Just the result of a careful and thorough test. Call and see one of
the new models. If you do not find time to call, drop a card for the booklet.
During the paat few months we have secured as part payment on new L. C. Smith
typewriters sokLfl Jgurge number of other makes, many good as new. These will be
sold for One-four$j t6 One-half original cost. Certainly some real bargains.
Our stock of rental machines is very complete, any standard make.
Nebraska Typewriter Co., Distributors SkSo
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