The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 08, 1913, Image 2

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    T II 10 I) A I I, Y N K H R A S K A N
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The Daily Nebraskan
PROPERTY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Office Administration Building. Lincoln, Nebrasska
Telephones.
I)ii Oflice II 1SHS Editor Hlf.lX Managing Editor H.'iSH
Night OHicr' IMJ01 IliiHii,.-ss Managei H1SJ1
Editorial Staff:
Fditor-in-Chief Managing Editor
C. L. REIN, KENNETH M SNYDER
Associate Editors
J L. OUTRIGHT, ELIZABETH MASON C. NEIL BROWN
Cartoonist David Meeker. Photographer Fred MacDonald
Scribes:
A It O'Hnnlon Fred It Wells
It F Lyman Howard It Hlttingei
Homer Phillips I K FroHt
Clarence Spelr II L Cushlng
Robert Davis Louis Home
Society Reporters:
Claire Hardin Winifred Seegei
Hortense KnufTman
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re
FRESHMENTS in the city
Huyler's Chocolates
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
ejfrijh
cwrlliy
Iti-ssell Philip
I Ralph Wood
Paul I, Martin
1' M Kadl'(k
Ethel Arnold
Rulli S(iiir's
Manager C (' Buchanan
SuhHrriptlon 'L 00 per year in adanc
Business Staff:
Assistant Manage .1 E Dris'coll
f cents pel cop
Entered at the post office at Lincoln, Nebiaska. as second class matter
under uct of Congress March !?. 1879
KTUIU)AY, MAHCII K, l!tn
ALPHA SIGMA PHI COMING?
Nebraska Seems Doomed To Have
Another Fraternity In Midst Be-
for Long.
A group ot piominent "haihs" hae
petitoned for a chapter of Alpha Sig
ma Phi according to the minor tiael
ALPHA CHI OMEGA FORMAL
Fourteen Girls Return For Party Held
Last Night at Lincoln
Hotel.
Manj alumnae and fi lends came
hack for the Alpha Chi Omega formal
).ut at the Lincoln Hotel last night
JGpV. DEBT- A
UNDER A
BIG LOAD!
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ling the inner cncles of lTiucrslt Chancellor and Mis Aer, Dr and
irossln Men who are known to have Mis Condra, Professot and Mrs
pledged themsches to its succi ss
aro extremely reticent in telling ot
their plans, et it is generally ac
knowledged t lint the opening of
nchool next fall will see another Greek
letter fraternity applying for admis
sion to the Pan Hellenic council
A banquet was held at the Lindell
Hotel during the early part of la1-!
semester A "News" reporter who
Ilrow uell, and Miss Ensign (hapeioned
the party
The out of town alumnae who came
hack were Dale Pugh. Ha.el Teeter,
Elsie Pruitt, Eauietta Spencei, Janet
Painsh. Ma. Ilardwell, erna Hder,
Mr and Mis Richaid Webster. Mi
and Mis Thomas Minick. Mr and Mrs
Da id Hiiuins, Eluabeth Treieue, of
Houldei, Colorado, a member of the
Mu chaptei of Alpha Chi Omega wan
had been tipped off, attempted to gain
admission to the hall but was shut also here for the fonnal
out So many startling rumors have
originated from that fact, that it is COMEDY TAKES WELL
only fair to the would-be Greeks to la j (Continued from Page 1 )
them at rest At one time no less
THIS IS THE CONDITION
OF THE UPPER CLASSES
We are "loaded" for the Spring
Season-and "loaded" with "class"
For the Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Hireh - Wickwire and Rosenberg
Fashion Clothes, in the snappy new
spring styles, which we have in such
abundance, comprise the "class" of
Ready-to-wear Clothing.
Our Hat Man says: "If there's any
thing new in Hats-we have it"
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
Good Clothes Merchants
than five- calls came into the "Rag" feet self control and her rendeiing of
office during a single day asking If it the numerous emotional paits won her
was true that either I) K E or much applause trom the audience Ed
Alpha Delt were coming to Nebraska waid Huwaldt, as Konrad Rohz, asso
Alpha Sigma Phi is a national fra iate editoi of the "Zeitung Union,"
ternity with ten actie chapters and also wab applauded for his able acting
some eight or nine hundred members I The entire cast included some twen
The most prominent ch.ipteis aie lo t fhe people and while weak in spots
rated at Marietta. Michigan and Yale gae ample suppoit to the leading
The fraternity was founded as a (haiacteis Wiebe, Puller and I)i k
Sophomore societ at Vale in IK it., inson deseie particular credit Walt's
and suffered seeial i eoi gttnuutions, oichestra furnished the music, a pro
existing for some tune as a local tiat giam of eleven pieces, to the huge en
Alpha Sigma Phi is known to hae joinent ot the audience
died for a number ot .ears to estab The business side was taken care of
B6152
2026 O St.
Puritan Ice Cream Co,
H. C. HATHAWAY, Propr.
Iisli a (hapter at Nebiaska
Field Geography 21.
Class will meet at S a in Saturday.
March S in IT 5 Schedule of Hold
studies will be made up, and general
directions gisen N A Hengtson
b Edwaid Huwaldt Donald Diers as
stage manager succeeded in reducing
the tune between scenes to a mini
mum and pioMdiug unusually effective
settings.
Hagensick's Orchestra, Auto B 2990.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
WHITEBREAST COMPANY
1106 O STREET
AUTO 3228
BELL 234
Our pioducts consist ot i e ci earns, ices, sheiheits, puiu h and
all those special delicacies known to the ice cieam Made
They aie made m a modern, sanitaiy lactory, eet dep.ntment
of which is under the neisonal sunervision ot the piopnetoi
People who have tried our products award them the place of
highest merit.
Note. Our retail department will furnish complete party service.
The Puritan Ice Cream Company
H. C. HATHAWAY, Propr.
Pnone: B-6152 2026 "0" STREET
"The Company of Guaranteed Service"
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