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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, WED & WED. MAT.
OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS
PEG 0' MY HEART
Night. $1.50 to 50c Mat $1.00 to 50c
SAT, MAT. &NIGHI, JAN. 31
IN "LAVENDER AND OLD LACE.
THURS.-FRI.-SAT.- JAN. 29-30-31.
A Plea for an Ancient Family
By Sir James Matthew Baric
KENNEY & ROONEY
MABELLE LEWIS &
HANLON & HANLON
NEBR. ANIMATED WEEKLY
Mat Daily at 2:15 Prices 15 & 25c
Night at 8:15, Prices 15,25.35,, 75c
MON.-TUES.-WED., JAN. 26-27-28.
In An Original Comedy.
VAN & RINHART.
"Her Husband's Experiment."
"The Last Scene of All"
The World's News in Motion Views
Smiles of Fortune'
Three Shows Daily 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
MAT ALL SEATS 10c NIGHT 15c
we say it's your loss if you
Some lines are now
very limited, sizes missing
short ranges of colors,
etc. These are now sacri
ficed to the limit. A per
sonal inspection will con
vince you that this "Eds
Toggery Sale" is really the
most remarkable event of
its kind ever held in this
pii. fail to take
JLJUI1 I advantages of
this opportunity to supply
your future needs now.
1132 6 STREET
NERVY REPORTERS HAVE A
GAY TIME AT GIRLS' PARTY
Learn How Black Masques Run Par
ties on Five-cent Assesments And
The neie of some people!
To think tffnt two men would In
nd( the domains of the girls' party
on Satin da ntternoon whore the
girls dipped and twirled to their i
hearts content In all the latest mazeB
ol the tango, oi lost interest in all else
but the lurious game of auction dom
inoes Hut curiosity is a strong mo
tive power, and so 1b the hope of eats
And the Hag Reporters' thirst foi
news lias led them into and out of
several odd scrapes.
Once there, enconced on a box in
the cubby hole of a kitchen and try
ing to balance those tlnvc lux-olate
tups on a slippery plate. they
learned how it was done. That
the Hlack Masques were managing
the parties, with Miss Graham's time
ly assistance, and that the girls were
coming out in numbers to the " sun
light" dances And furthermore, that
they were making money on the side
Imagine charging five cents for an
aftei noon's enjoj nient, serving re
freshmen! s, and (leaning a neat pi ofl t
in the bargain It would make bomeiThe Girl that Dreams of Me, From
of the class hop manager ad orate
women's lights to see their coed con
temporailes handling the pocket-book
in so fortunate a manner.
All things considered, it was a
gieat experience for the reporters
The made a quick exist while the
girls were resting a moment from the
exertions of the tango, and while the
refreshments were being passed in
m some refreshments! But already
some of the enthusiasts had slipped
away fioni the tables and were in
venting new glides, for futute refer
uicih l lie chocolate tango is the
latest, the say, and they're even con
sldering the athisabilit of a tango
tea FORMAL DANCE DATESFOR
REST OF YEAR ARE GIVEN OUT
Two Parties Scheduled for Same Night I Remember Pioneer Dairyman.
With Probability of Other I Samuel (May Passet, founder of the
Conflicts. ! Nebraska Dalrj men's Association, waB
I well remembered in an address of up
Well boys its out at last. Formal ' preclation delivered by Professor Pes
fussing doesn't need to be a matter of I sey Friday evening, before this as
speculation any longer for the list of I sociation. Professor Bessey spoke of
annual formal parties is published by i him as a pioneer of Nebraska, who
The Daily Nebraskan this morning i has given his physical and mental
Almost every Friday and Saturday ! and moral strength for more than
night fioni now till late in May is filled fort years to the upbuilding of this
with the annual dance given by some commonwealth."
oi Hiwii.;i mm. un unu uc(.iisiuu, iwu
parties are st heduled for tho same
date and as several have not yet an
nounced their final selections, probablv
this will tuiur in a number ot casts.
Junior Prom Januar .iO
Kuppa SIguia February (I
Oil Omega February 7
Alpha Tau Omega February 20
Alpha Theta Chi February 27
Sigma Alpha Fpsllon March 6
Delta Upsilon March 13
Alpha Omit ron Pi March 27
Senior Prom March 28
Sigma Nu April 3
Alphu Phi April 4
Delta Zeta April 11
Iron Sphinx April 11
Alpha Chi Omega April 17
Kappa Alpha Theta April 18
Kappa Kappa Gamma April 24
Pi Beta Phi April 25
Phi Gam ma Delta May 1
Alpha XI Delta May 2
Delta Delta Delta May 9
PALLADIANS HELD ITS
BANQUET SATURDAY EVE
The Palladlans held their forty-
second antnll banquet at the Lincoln,
January 23tb. The Palladlans were
fortunate in having two prominent fac
ulty members with them, Prof. Stuff,
guest fo honor and Prof. H. W. Caldwel
to.i8tmaster, or "umpire" the toasts
carrying out the idea of a football
JUNIOR PROM PLANS ARE
COMPLETE FOR BIG DANCE
Tickets Will Go Off Sale Thursday
With Big Demand Still Unfilled
Classy Music on Program.
Last word from the Junior prom in
dicates that all plans are set for a
dan e beautiful. Naturally tho com
mlttee in charge is working to outdo
prei cdent, but further than that the
seem to be conservative In tlulr state
ment8 regarding the plans. The grand
march is to begin at 8:30.
Tickets are to be called In Thurs
day, and after that time none will be
sold by the committee. A number of
promises have been made, and it Is
possible that some may be obtained
through failure to claim these prom
ises. However, Chairman Pauman In
slsts that no tickets will be sold, once
they are called In.
The programs and music are to be
of formal class. Leather programs
have been ordered. The music for the
dant e is to Include the following so
lections Irom popular song-land:
Nights of GladneHS, Cross the Mason
Dixie Line; From "I'uppchen," from
"The Little Cafe," I Don't Want To.
Tres Moutarde; Adele, Honey Moon
Lane, Pullman Porters on Parade,
"Adele," Sailing Down Chesapeake
Day, Oh, Oh, Delphine, Peg-o'-M
Heart; International Hag, Un Pen
The committee In charge of the prom
is as follows: W. H. Mailman, chair
man; Russel Swift, master of t ere
monies; D. D. Mapes, Q. Crimson,
Erma Nelson, Helen Thomas.
Old Student Pleased.
Dean Stanton, Vice president of
Ames college, spent two dayB in Lin
coln retentlv investigating the met
hods ol pretedure in several of the
various departments of the university
He expressed himself as very much
pleased with the different systems em
ploed by this institution.
D an Stanton was in Professor Pes
sev s first botain class
Cleaner, natter, and
Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th
If you realized
This is a Good Place
to Buy Good Clothes
WANTED Five live hustlers
to assist In the cirt illation
tampalgn for l.f.OO new sub
st rlbers. Capable men will re
ceive good pay for their sorv
i( s. Appl Frank H. Perkins,
Dalh Nobrusknn ollli e.
CRAMMING TAKES PLACE OF
FUSSING LAST SUNDAY
Laws as Well as Other Students Put
in Anxious Hours
Sunday, the last day of rest before
the finals, was spent In a way very
different from usual. It was not, how
ever, passed In rest and meditation
nor In visiting at tho "open" houses,
but in mental labor severe and long.
Everywhere students wore seen hur
rying along with notebooks under their
arms. They were going to confer with
other stuenls, to compare botany notes
and contemporary history notes, to
finish the last home economics paper
and the rhetoric 7 themes, and to cram
generally for the approaching finals.
Law students every wlieie were go
ing toward the campus with slacks of
heavy volumes. The city library was
t rowded with students making a final
brave effort to finish the "Pol-Econ"
paper and to learn some German.
Without a doubt more studying was
done on Sunday than has boon done
any one day all semester. But tho
good work did not terminate Sunday
It will continue all week and will not
begin to let up in tho least until Fri
day noon, when finals aro taken and
PERSHING RIFLES ATTENTION.
The PerBhing Rifles drill company
will hereafter be limited to four full
squads. All Pershlngs and men who
have tried out for the company will
report at the armory on Thursday
evening, February 5, at 7:15.
The names ol the accepted men will
be road and regular positions In the
company will be assigned. Also on
tills date the last tryouts before April
1 will be held.
Hereafter all fines for unoxcused ab
sences must be paid upon the first
appearance at drill af tho ubsonce.
The nnnual Initiation will be held
at the armory at tho usual drill hour,
Thursday, February 12. Col. H. F.
ArtlBtlc danco programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N stroet.
But you still have time enough before our sale
of our very bestjiigh grade suits
the quality of these Suits you would appriciate theV ''
J r i i rr f3iY r.V
wonaerrui vaiue we are orrenng
DISCOUNTS ON ALL FANCY
We must get Inventory ,
out of the way soon." J , '
Before then weYepw? "'
xious to clean up in allude
payments the broken lines"
and odds and ends ,left
from the season's selling'. a
Suits and Overcoats
all remaining numbers
trom broken lines -mis,
season's regular stock of
r ii 1i ( V il
high-grade Kensingtons, ',
Kenmors and Kuppenhei-
mer8 now discounted 1-5
1-4 and even 1-3 Off. A
few morrof the -extreme -- -styles
are 1-3 Off.
Quality considered, we
don't believe a week's '
search would disclose any
better values tran these
either in Lincoln or el$e-'';'
Can't you take a few
moments today or tomor
row and let us show you?
$1.50 and $1 Shirts 69cT
Boys' Dept. Brojcen lines
of Suits, Overcoats and
new this season.
MAGEE & DEEMER
SIMMONS, THE PRINTER
317 S. 12th St. Phone B-2391
closes to get one
at . v
SHIRTS - '.
i mamt&J .al. . i
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I game in a very unique manner.
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