The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 07, 1913, Image 3
T II 10 DAILY NRHKA8KAN -i v Dramatic Club Weeds Out Inapt Thespians On Night of May 14 The diitc of Hi., annual Dramatic Club tryouts has been set tor Ma If As usual tin- candidates will l)(. niven from three to live minutes in which to display their dramatic ability Reci tations and short readings will not be considered b the committee. Those desiring to compete in dialogue will be granted from five to seven minutes. Those wishing to try out should see the seiretary, .Mis-, Kthel Bill? m I' 10t before Mav 1 I The successful I candidates will be inflated brioie tliej annual banquet of the club i Lunclh to-be Served- At Senior Hop at Capital Beach May 20 Elaborate plans are being made tor the combined senior hop and masquer ade of .Mav L'u The fourth- ear men feel that this will be the one dance to be remembered of the school year, and as (hey are combining their two last dances into this one, extra steps will be taken to make it an event in senior history as well as in the social affairs of the school A lunch will be served something novel, the committee prom ises. Music will be furnished by llag ensick "It isn't necessary to know how to dance," says Uadcliffe, "to have a good time at the senior hop." Tickets will be out this week. CAMPUS NOTES Owen Cone has given up his posi tion in Auburn and is at present in the city. C. H. Frey, University florist. 1133 O st. Victor Spirk, freshman law, is quite ill with pneumonia at his home in YVil ber. Alpha Tau Omega announces the pledging of Clarence I,. Johnson, '14, of Wakefield. Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th. GRADUATION GIFTS Better select them now if you want any special work done. Spoons, Fobs, Rings, Pins, Cuff Buttons, La Valliers, Chains, Etc., Etc. Society, College and Frat Emblems Made to Order. HALLETT, :: Uni Jeweler ;; 1143 O St. Established 1871 WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY Meier Drug Co. 13th and O St. HAVE The Evans DO YOUR WASHING The freshman baseball team plays the varsity Wednesday (today) at :! :,l)- II Mow man, chairman Artistic dnnco programs and menus1 Tor particular people. Goorge Bros.. Printers. 1H13 N street. I s,-iy,.t,.r Hi,h,i. i,, i2, ., in Lincoln yesterday as the guest of the1 Alpha Tans and Delta ('his. He left last night for Louisiana on business trip Florence llosfettler will gie some miscellaneous readings in the Temple Theater Thursdav epening at S o'clock Admission is Iree to all who are intei ested in the work The botanv department recently n ceived a fine collection ol the native plants ol Michigan Among them aie a number of v erv beautiful lilies, v liii h v ill be planted on the camiuis tor the purpose ol botanical studv The collection is the gift of Dr Charles Ill's-''') of the Michigan Agricultural College Mines) V Kennv, e '11, Sigma Nil. who has been attending school in Chi cago for the pas) year, is in the city visiting friends. Mr. Kenny will leave the last of the week for his home in Los Angeles, California. Might Men File For Flection to At let in Hoard (Continued from Page One) position of captain quartermaster in the military department. Mullah is a member of the Delta Tau Delta frater nity and a junior in the College of Law. A. C. Linstrum hails from Columbus and is a junior. Linstrum holds the present indoor pple vault record. This is his second year on the Varsity track team. He is a member of Phi Delta Tiieta. CLASSIFIED COLUMN WILL the party who took the raincoat from the lobby of the Temple return itto this ofllce at once. The owner's name is on the collar and cuffs. 5-63t LOST AND FOUND. LOST A gold plated fountain pen, Wednesday. Initial on cap, I. F. S. Return to Registrar's ofllce. 5-2-13-3t CAMPUS SIMMONS THE PRINTER if if Dance Programs if if Banquet Menus Jf if Calling Cards if if Book Publications if 317 8. 12th St. if CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK 12th and O 8treeta P. A. Hall President if if F. H. Johnson Vice-Pres. if if W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash, if iHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminmmiHmiinimm A COMPLEX PROBLEM Has Been Solved for You Complete Party Service Is Now Offered You by Our Retail Department Phone B-6152 iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMi THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO l -AAV SCHOOL 1 lirre year roumr lending l degree of I)()( lui of Law (J D ), whu li, hv tlir Ounrtei ytem. limy lir completed in two mid one fourth mlenilnr yenm College educatu n required for regulnr ndmismmi. one year of law being counted toward college degree Law library of )8,000 volume The ummcr Quarter offer pecial oppoium ties to studenti, teachers and practitioner. Fir.t term 1913, June 16-July 23 Second term July 24 August 29 C ourfi open in all Department of tlie L'niver stty during the Summer Quarter I or Announcement addre DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO TRY OUR LUNCHEONETTES They are always the best We'serve hot and cold drinks all winter long. 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