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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1913)
THE DAILY NEIJRASKAN
"Those Ensign Cabs"
They watch and wait for Its coming
MEET AT OHIO STATE
First Annual Convention Takes Place
This Week Make Plans for
More United Work
The first animal convention o Al
umoi Secretaries met at Ohio State
University last Friday Many dele
gates were preBent, the representative
from Nebraska was Hoy 1' Sawyer.
An Informal smoker was held in order
that the delegates might get acquaint
ed. Today discussions will be held
n.bl& various University questions
among .which are the question of stu
dent employment from one University
to another, and the question of class
reunions. In tho future it will be pos
sible for a student from one Univer
sity to obtain employment in another
University by corresponding with the
Alumni Secretary of that State. The
various secretaries will keep tab on
the athletes of the different colleges so
It will be practically impossible to
transfer athletes from one college to
another. A clearing house for alumni
publications will be established.
A banquet' was held February 15 at
Auburn, by the Nemaha County Uni
versity Alumni Association. Secretary
George W. Kline of the Nebraska
Alumni Association spoke.
At Washington, Feb lf. Charter
Day, a conference of Alumni Associa
tion secretaries was held, at which
many prominent men were present.
DISPOSITION STILL DOUBTFUL
Coroner and County Attorney Will
Not Divulge Plans Concerning
Miss Katherine Yates, the victim
of lust Wednesday's automobile acci
dent,'' Was' burled yesterday afternoon
in Morgantown, W. Va., where she
was sent Immediately after the serv
ice held In Lincoln. Miss Yates was
interred in the party gown In which
she was to have attended the cotil
lion last Saturday evening.
In reference to the accidont tho cor
oner states that the accident was the
result' of the negligence of Ed Jones,
the driver of the car, but no verdict
was rendered, and the evidence as
found officially will be preserved for
possible necessary reference. The
county attorney refuses to make a
statement as to any action intended
in connection with the affair.
NOT A FORTUNE BUT Any man at
tending college desirous of earning
money honesty and easily write A. M.
Graham, Oberlln, Ohio. 2-22-3t
PARTY SLIPPERS, $2.50
- All colors. Better you see my Shoes for Spring,
Stunning-Spy. I don't blame street merchants for
getting $5.00 and $6.00 the pair. My limit $2.50
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
K. Akagi, '10, is now with the Ten
nessee Power Company, at present in
stalling transformers at Nashville
Jones' Orchestra, rhone L-8606.
Mabel Sterne visited in Grand Isl
and last week.
Loeb'B Orchestra, Phone L7620.
Mrs. G. M. Lambertson will Bpoak
at the vesper service in the Y. W. C.
A. rooms Tueflday at 5 o'clock
Ilagensick's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Gretchen Williamson of Omaha and
Clara Schneider of Fremont came
down for tho Junior-Senior Prom.
The Yale Corporation announces
that the university faces a deficit tills
Mildred Bevins, who is teaching in
Beatrice, spent the week-end at her
home in this city.
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
Mrs. John Simms of Chicago has i
been visiting at the Pi Beta Phi house j
for the last two weeks.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Lois Janvier of New Orleans, na
tional president of the Pi Beta Phi
sorority, was entertained at the chap
ter houso Saturday.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N street.
Lois Logan and Susan Gillette of i
Norfalk, Lula Bates of Springfield,
Ruth Heacock of Falls City, and Flor
ence Rush of Omaha, were back for
the Junior-Senior Prom.
C. G. Beck and M. P. Renfro spent
the week end at their home in Peru.
Jack Farley is visiting at tho Kappa
The Phi Kappa Psl basketball team
in an exciting game with the Phi Del
ta Thetas Saturday morning, won by
a score of 24 to 22.
Students who have ordered Dr.
Hall's -Book on sexual hygiene can
get them at the Y. M. C. A. office.
Others desiring this book may leave
their order at the office.
As it silently speeds to It call.
The sorority fair maids are all hunting
At the pleasure In store for them all.
For the carriage ride to the hop at
Is a token of a jolly good fellow,
Tho Ensign cab Is her delight,
As It ridos like a foathor pillow
Now well know all the scholars
The prompt attention they receive
It don't take a million dollars
To attend a ball in comfort and ease.
Phone B-2303 Office 221 So. 11th
Are Hard to Beat
So are our
1 2th St.
N. Y. CHOP HOUSE
It the best, cleanest, and quickest
place to eat in the city.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
1340 O STREET
Subscribe or the Rag.
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information co
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and R Sis.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
Fill., 8AT. AND SAT. MATINEE
Feb. 28 March 1.
A Farce With Music
THE COUNTE88 COQUETTE
All 8tar Cact
Nlflht $1.50 to 50c. Mat. $1.00
Wednesday Evening March 5
And All 8tar Cast in
A Perfect Vaudeville Bill
8EELEY AND WEST
FRANK GORDON AND ROSE
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
MON., TUE8 WED.
QRUBER AND KEW
Panic Days in. Wall 8treet
"Annie Rowley's Fortune."
"His Date With Gwendolyn."
"The Great Centipede."
"The Yosemite Valley."
"Views of Ireland."
3 SHOW8 DAILY 2, 7 A 9 P. M.
Matinees, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
Tuesday Night, Feb. 25th
MISS VERA AUGUSTA UPTON
NEBRASKA STATE BAND
SEATS NOW ON SALE
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
if . 12th and O Streets
P. A. Hall President
F. H. Johnson Vice-Pres.
if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash.
1415 O STREET
13th and O St.
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