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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
TONIGHT, WED AND WED. MAT.
First Musical Attraction
in the Musical Success
"DR. DE LUXE"
Ann Taeker and Company of 50
Night $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1 to 50c
Sept. 25 "The Candy Shop."
Mr. Daniel Frohman presents
PHINA AND COMPANY
awAiN r. naMM TRIO
DEVINE AND WILLIAMS
DEVIT AND DEVIT
ORPHEUM TRAVEL PICTURES
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
University Jeweler aid Optima
C. A. TUCKER
& S. SHEAN
1123 0 St, YELLOW FRONT
TOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Greeks Migrating to
Warm Southern Climes
Not Barbarian Invasion
A decide influx of the Greeks into
the south portion of the city hns heen
very noticeable In the changes of loca
tion in the fraternities and sororities
that have taken place this summer.
Three sororities have moved Into
south Lincoln, while one fraternity and
one sorority have moved from the
eastern part of the city closer to the
The Delta Gamma sorority has
moved to 1037 V street from their
former home at Fourteenth and Q
streets The Pi Heta Phi's have taken
a new home at 1040 G street, having
formerly been at the corner of Thir
teenth and R. The Alpha Phi's have
secured the house occupied last year
Uy UrofHKwor Wiltiou at 1848 C wtrooU
1132 0 Street
Mrs. Avery To Entertain.
Mrs. Samuel Avery will be at home
to the ladies of the faculty from 2:30
to 5 o'clock on the afternoons of Wed
nesday, September 24 and October 1,
at 2001 Washington street. The in
vitation includes the wives of the
iprofessorB and the women teachers of
the university. On Friday evening
of September 2G, Chancellor and Mrs.
Avery will be at home from 8 to 11
to the members of the faculty and
The Kappa Kappa Gumma's have
moved from their home in oast Lin
coln to 330 North Fourteenth street,
while Sigma Phi Epsllon has made a
similar change, taking the former
home of Professor Condra at 1319 Q
The Alpha Phi's secured their new
location after having leased a house
last summer at 1615 F street. The
owner after he had signed the lease
sold the property to other parties. Up
on the threat on the (part of the sor
ority to sue for broach of the lease, the
owner paid them $750 in compromise
of their claim.
THE! SYSTEM I
College and High School Week ij
Jones' Orchestra, L-9666.
ART GALLERY OPEN SUNDAYS
Doors Thrown Open On Other Than
Week DayB Pictures Re
framed and Re-grouped.
Sunday afternoon the art gallery,
in Library Hall, was open for the first
time in its history on Sunday after
noon. This year this will bo one of
its features, and from 2 to 5 the doors
will be opened to the general and uni
The hours governing week-day open
ing will be the same as last year, ac
cording to Director Grumann. That is,
from 10 to 12, and from 2 to r.
Tin- gallery has been very attrac
tively prepared for use this fall, in
that a number of the pictures have
been rframed and regrouped. Miss
Hayden's ( opies of some of the great
masterpieces are included among
these, together with several of the
pictures belonging to the Nebraska
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Y. W. C. A. VESPER SERVICES
With New Officers in Charge a Good
Start for Year is Assured.
The opening association vesper ser
vices will be held in the Y. W. C. A.
rooms Tuesday afternoon, September
23, at 5 o'clock. Valeria Bonnell will
preside. Mabel Daniels, Margaret Mc
Henry, Genevieve Lowery, Lorena
Bixby, and Phyllis Nellgh will speak
upon "The College Girl and the Y. W.
C. A." The College Girls' Quartet will
furnish muaic. Tea will be qerved
the hour before the service.
Telephone Yule Bros, at once.
College and High School Week
starts on it's second day and you, young
men, who weren't here Saturday, don't want
to stand idly hy and watch your neighbor get
ahead of you in the matter of dress. Join the
style race and set the pace for your friends.
It is essential that you attend this exhibition
as early in the week as possible, if you want
to get a wide choice of patterns and models.
THE L SYSTEM Clothes were made for
thoroughbreds and they are thorough in every
particular. The smallest stitch is not too
trifling a detail for THE L SYSTEM Tailors
to accomplish perfectly. And from coat collar
to trouser turn-ups, every detail reaches the
100 per cent in finish. But maybe you are
not as interested in tailoring as you are in style
and pattern, which makes it all the more
necessary for you to visit us.
MAGEE & DEEMER
We are too busy to write
ads, but not to wait on
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
CityY. M.C. A. 13th and P
3 STORES l321 .Sl- MlB Sto"
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27th and Randolph
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