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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRIDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 24
In "THE HIGH ROAD"
Prices $2.00. $1.50, $1.00 and 50c
Sat. Mat. and Night, Oct. 25
THE PRICE SHE PAID
Night 50, 35 & 25c Mat. 25c
Thurs., Fri., Sat, Oct. 23. 24, 25
"A Fisherman's Betrothal," Featur
ing Esther De Lour
Ethel Kirk & Billy Fogarty
Hilda Thomas & Mr. Lou Hall
Martin E. Johnson's Travelogues
Stories and Pictures of the Jack
London Tour of the South Sea
E. Bert Kenny, I. R Nobody and
E. Booth Piatt
Originators of Nobody Character
BeNe Claire & Herman
Mat. Thurs., Fri., 15 25c. Sat., 15,
25c, 50c. Night at 8:15 Prices
15, 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Prominent Ex-Dean of
Women to Meet Uni. Girls
at Tea in Art Hall, 2 to 5
Mis T Klandei, lonneilv Miss
lCnsign, and the dean of women, will
mi'M the Univeisitv gills at t li " ail
hall tioin '1 to ." o'clock t liin altei
For a number of veais she was con
nected with Unlveislty, graduating in
liMCl with IMii Ileta Kappa honors She
was elected lmniedlatel to a position
on the tacult) . later she became as
slstant registrar, and four years ago
was appointed dean of women, serving
in that capacity until -he icsigncd this
As dean ol women, she did much to
piomote University spirit among the
giilfi and interest in athletics, and It
was lnigelj due to hei efforts that the
glils' section .it tln tootball gani s was
Thursday, Fnday, Saturday
Augustus Neville &. Co.
"Politics and Petticoats"
NEWPORT & STIRK
In "A Barber's Busy Day
"THE WIDOW'S SUITORS"
"THE BALLYHOO'S STORY"
Daily News 4 Fashion Life Photos
Three Shows Daily 2, 7 and 9 p.m.
Mat. All Scats 10c; Nights 15c
'ITh VAMI'IRK m 'Ihiet- Keels
Matnn oni.il Maneuvers
Mel kn of Rattlesnake Bi'l
The Clever Story
1 he Girl Arross the Way
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office"
established s a lounder ol the (Mils
Clnh she worked untiiinglv to biing
all the I'niveihitj girls togcthei
In icgaid to the social lilt she al
Wins maintained the l"ni i sii tiadl
tion, and at the same time was lib
eiaf m hei pollc Her .ittitmb in'
legaid to the Mango" and other fancy
dames is upheld b hei successor, I
C?r. Alldntt, dentist, 200 Ganter bldcj ,
1240 O st. B-3905.
MISS GRACE BALLARD IS ,
ELECTED PRES. SENIOR lWS
First Deviation from Masculine Rule
Ever Known at Nebraska.
I'oi the first tune in the histoiv ot
the I'nivei.sitv a oung woman wan
'elected as piesident ol a class in the
law college, when Miss Grace Ballard
ot Blair was unanimously elected yeB
teiday morning by the aenioi laws as
i their presiding officer I
.Miss uaiiaru is ine omv gin in uus
class and has won gieat popularity
with her lellow students in the three.
i j ears she has been there At (list the
Idea ol a gill taking law and thus
feminizing the law college was not
looked on laorablv by the students,
but it was soon diseoeretl that Miss
Hallanl was the "best lellow' ot them
1 Sin now hguies piomiiieut 1 in the
moil; trials when- theie is a woman ,
in tin' ase, is united to all paities
and leeds given b the law students,
land then' was not a disputing vote
I when she was nominated as piesident
'ot the class
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th
NEXT SATURDAY MORNING
v jnirp w iirrg tvm n
Not a Meeting of Pan-Hellenic Coun
cil, But Informal Discussion.
An inter-sorority meeting will he
held in Miss Graham's oillce Saturday
morning This is not to be a Pan-Hellenic
council, but the girls have found
it necessary to get together and dis
cuss many matters and problems com
mon to the various sororities. One
alumnus and two active members, a
senior and one other, from each soror
ity are to be present
Loeb'B Orchestra, L-9896 or B-1392.
Telephone Yule Bros. Laundry to call
for vour work. B-2754
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MRS. FISKE IN THE HIGH ROAD'1
AT THEIOUVER FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 24
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