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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1913)
T II 10 I) A I L Y N 10 H RASKAN
T1IK UNIVERSITY OK NKI1HASKA.
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Kenneth M Snyder
John I, CutriKht,
('. Nell Hrown
' (' Huchanan
. . J. I, DrlHColl
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Entered at the postofllco at Lincoln,
NebraHka, aH second clans mail matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
WEDNESDAY, M HCII r, I'llII
The Dally Nehiaskan is in need of
several upper-lass men for its report
orlal stall. Although enicient work
is heli.g done by those now doing the
woik it Is felt that the addition ot
some age and experience would be de-
One of the most valuable capacities
in which a sophomore or junior could
be used is in the sports department
A mini with some experience and
much energy is the one wanted and
lor such a person considei .ible oppoi
limit is oil'ered ibis vpnng and next
Application- will be eeied b Ule
managing editor in peison limn lu
to Id 'to toda. lomoiiow and Kuday
DOCTOR JEWETT BURIED TODAY
To Be Held at Holy Trinity Church
University Classes to Be Dis
missed From 2:00 to 4:00.
Whereas, Dr. Walter K.
.lewetl was on the third day
of March, called awav bv
death from his labors among
Whereas, during his faith
ful and efficient ser ice of
seen years the present re
gents and their predecessors
have at all times highh ap
preHaled his broad scholar
ship, sober judgment, tact, in
dustiy. and hkh ideals, be it
Resolved, by the board ot
regents ot the I'niversity ot
Nebraska, that we give public
expression of our profound
grief, and that a cop. of this
resolution be sent to Mrs
MYSTIC FISH ANNOUNCEMENT
Thirteen Freshmen Girls Chosen to
Honorary Inter-sorority Organiza
tion. Owing to the fyct that there could
be no pledging of freshmen girls until
the second semester this year, the
Mysti-- Kisli is late in announcing its
pledges Mystic Fish is the honorary
freshman MMority corresponding to
Xi Delta. Siher Serpent and Black
Masque (,f the sophomore, junior, and
senior classes The lollouing were
pledged last muht
Mable Hath, lrma Joins, nne
lu.-.sel, Vivienne Holland, Edna Hush
lull, Pauline Killian, Emily Houska.
Olind i Wachter, Mabel Lowenbeig
Honita White, Lois Piper, Mane Cu
sack and (Icneeve Weesnei
The funeral of Doctor Walter Ken
dall Jewett, university librarian, who
died last Monday evening at his homo.
1634 B street, will bo held at the Holy
Trinity church at 2:30 today. In due
respect to the late librarian and his
faithful services to the University all
classes will bedlsmissed from 2 00
JUNIORS ELECT OFFICERS
Few Scattered Third-Year Men Make
Choice of Executives.
A meeting ot the junior class called
yesterday morning in Memorial hall
b President Harvey Hess and even
more sparingly attended than the
senior meeting ot a few days ago,
elected the following otllcers'
Vice President, Florence Hill; sec
retary, Helen Sorenson; treasurer,
A report of the junior play finances
was given b Frank Kruse and
11 March lf every junior and sen
lor picture, and every organization
picture must be in the hands of the
Cornhusker management. Tills is im
perative. Order blanks for space in the 11)13
annual will be mailed to all organiza
tions this week. The price will be the
same as last year, $7 per page, the
organization furnishing the picture.
Juniors and seniors are especially
urged to attend to the getting in of
their pictures before March 15, as
the cuts will be sent to the press at
that time. The first lot of material
was sent to the printer yesterday.
Are Hard to Beat
So are our
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if Dance Programs if
if Banquet Menus -
if Calling Cards if
if Book Publications if
317 8. 12th St.
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if CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK it
if 12th and O Streets if
if P. A. Hall President if
if F. H. Johnson Vice-Pres. if
if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash, if
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They are made in a modern, sanitary factory, every department
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People who have tried our products award them the place of
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$1.00 Fountain Pens
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Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
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