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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1913)
T II E D A I L Y N K IIKASKAN
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter and Cliiisilne Clauson visited In Heat
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th. ' ,-Ve (er Sunday.
Alphn riii announces the pledging
of Edith Allen of Lincoln.
Telephone Yule Bros at onco.
Helen II eat on spent the week- at
Mir?s Loretta Spenser is visiting
with Alpha Chi Omegas
Frolich's Orchestra, I'lione L-7363.
Stuart Could and Lloyd Cordon,
spent the week-end at Omaha.
Va Currier left twon Friday on State i
Farm extension work. I
Dr. Lonze r f Vermont, arrived In
the city Sunday evening, to visit her
niece, Miss Anna Day, of the depart
ment of Physical Education.
The headquarters of the Alpha Chi
Omega sorority will he at Dr Condra's
at 13111 Q street until further stated.
Loeb's Orchestra, Phono L7620.
Julia Miller and Madge Meredith
spent the week-end at their homes.
Miss I3reta Diehl spent the week
end In Fairbury.
Everybody is going to the German
play, Friday, March 7. Tickets going
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
PrlnterB, 1313 N street.
Jay Iluhhell of Dewesse, George
niackstone and Jim Harvey of Aurora,
who came hack for the Sigma Tau
banquet, visited at the Acacl house.
THE ROADS THEY TRAVEL.
(Continued from Pago 1.)
The inter-fraternity basketball game
between the Kappa Sigmas and th
Alpha Theta Chis was held last night.
The Kappa Sigmas came out victor
ions by a Bcore of 0 to 13.
Hagensick's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
Joe Swedenburg and Henry LeavTtt
vibited at the Alpha Theta Chi over
Tho girls club Kensington at the
Temple Saturday afternoon was well
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
Marie Hodge and Esther Jones,
both of Omaha, spent the week-end
at the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
Eber Lewis, Jay Hubbell, George
Blackstone, and Jim Harvey came
back for tho Sigma Tau banquet Sat
Mining and Engineering, 8; Journal
ism, C; Agriculture, 5; Forestry, 5;
Diplomatic Service, 4; Miscellaneous,
7; and unknown, 6. This makes u to
tal of 321 Rhodes scholars who have
received tho benefit of Oxford training
in the course of six years, 190G to
1911, inclusive. In addition to the
university course at Oxford all of
these students have had the benefit
of European travel in vncatlon pe
riods, the funds for which are pro
vided In the ample allowance made to
each Rhodes scholar.
Wed. Eve. at 8 p. m., March 5th.
Presents His Spectacular Produc
With An All-Star Cast
Prices $2.00 to 50c
Thur. and Frl. Nights, March -7
THE LOVE AFFAIR
Crete Briggs or Plattsmouth, Cathe
rine Lowry and Peggy Carsten, both
of Denton, and Katheryn Meliza of
Falls City, spent the week end at
the Delta Zeta house.
Subscribe for the Rag
Mr-t Blish of Omaha, has been visit
ing her daughter, Helen, at the Kap
pa Alpha Theta house.
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
'Deutsche gasellige Verein," will be
held Thursday evening, March 6, at
the home of Dr Winifred Hyde, 1039
HE MOMENT YOU PUT OA CLOTHES
made to your measure, you see the vast dif
ference between merchant tailored and ready
made. Our way costs no more. Be sure
to see our line first.
College View Phone B-0-X-48W
2026 O St.
Puritan Ice Cream Co,
H. C. HATHAWAY, Propr.
Our products consist of ice creams, ices, sherberts, punch and
all those special delicacies known to the ice cream trade
They are made in a modern, sanitary factory, every department
of which is under the oersonal supervision of the proprietor.
People who have tried our products award them the place of
Note. Our retail department will furnish complete party service.
I The Puritan Ice Cream Company
h. u ha i haw ay, rropr.
Phone: B-6152 2026 "0" STREET
"The Company of Guaranteed Service"
M'INTVRE AND HEATH
OTTO T. JOHNSONE
HOPKINS AND AXTELL
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 16c, 26c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
.LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
KUHL PRINING CO.
212-215 South 12th St.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
MON., TUES., and WEDNESDAY.
"A Chance Deception"
"The Missing Bonds."
"After the Welsh Rabbit"
"A Study of Kittens"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2. 7 & 9 P. M.
MatineeB, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O St.
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
DO YOUR WASHING
Ensign Omnibus and
Never close! Day or night
Service and reliability our aim
If in need of a cab call ENSIGN
Give your call for baggage
No waiting or worrying then.
Phone B 2303 Office: 221 So. 11th St
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 to
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and R Sts.
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