The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 03, 1914, Image 3
w - mummmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmammm P. , ? X v ' W" TJ- :-.&. --" :-i-'. vs.r V. r'. , Ti .V ' ( ' ' C. - t I THE DAILY NEBEASKAN t :wt,.. " ': S" n S.A l,i'"t,. K t c IHVAUD'S COUGH FOUND INJE8RASKA HALL Evldonce of a Needed Rest Found In the Home of the Forestry and Botany Departments. The mystery of tho couch In Ne braska Hall Is causing many curious students momenta of anxiety. It first appeared yostorday morning and since thon has obtained moro than ordinary no tor lot y. What IB it for? How did it get there? How long is it going to stay? These aro a few of the many ques tions which have been asked over and ovor again. Many guesses and wagers have been made regarding tho particular function of this household article within tho sacrod corridors of Nebraska Hall and PEOPLE WE KNOW. Professor C. W. Pugsley haa re turned from Norfolk, whore ho wont last Saturday to attend a meoting of the FarmorB Association of Madison County. Dr. Maxey will address tho Platts mouth Commercial Club at a banquet noxt Tuesday night. His discourse will bo upon tho Mexican situation. T. Erlo Koefer, '16, will not re-enter tho Law College next semester. Ho loft yesterday for Los Angeles, Cali fornia, whore ho will remain for tho remainder of the winter. Keefer is a member of tho Alpha Thota Chi fra ternity and also the Gleo Club. Miss Freddie Stinger and Mrs. HoBe (Krause) Chase spent the week-end at Alpha O house. Fatlo Hall, 13, of Fairfield, Nebr , Is visiting friends in Lincoln. Tho Kappa Thotaa, who spent the week end at homo are: Irma Jonos, Marguerite Marshall, Lola Howard, there Is a divided opinion as to whether It is meant for tho rest and Louiso Northrup, Virginia Lewis of recreation of tho Janitor, tho students , Omaha, and Sarah Weston of Beatrice or somo of the professors. Coming at this poriod of relaxation after exami nations, it is particularly advantage ous and there may be somo conflict for first rights. At any rate thero Is a mystery at tached to tho whole affair. Both the Botany and the Forestry Departments disclaim any property right In the artlclo, but they smilo when they say it, which gives conclusive evidence of a Joke at the bottom of the story. Jones' Orchestra. Phone L-9666. THEATRES OLIVER THEATED WED. MAT. &. NIGHT, FEB. 4 The Musical Comedy Success THE RED ROSE Lottie Kendall & Co. of-50 Mat., $1 to 50c. Night, $1.50 to 50c Frl., Sat. & Sat. Mat., Feb. 6 & 7 Lyman H. Howe Travel Festival ORPHEIM THEATER THUR8 FRI., SAT., Feb. 5, 6, 7 CECIL LEAN Assisted by CLEO MAY FIELD BILLY GOULD & BELLE ASHLYN JOHN E. HAZZARD MABELLE ADAMS & CO. THE BRAD8 m Orel" &JF R a n c es LENNETT &. WILSON Mat. Dally at 2: 15. Prices 15 & 25c Night, 8: 15. Prices 15,25,35,50,75c LYRIC THEATER MQN., TUES., WED., FEB. 2, 3 A 4 FOUR MUSICAL KLEI8ES THQ8E THREE ENTERTAINER8 PHOTO PLAYS "DOLLIE OF THE DAILIES" "THE PERFECT TRUTH" PICKLE3, ART & CAUER KRAUT "PATHE'8 SEMI-WEEKLY" Three Shows Daily 2, 7 & 9 P. M. MAT. ALL 8EATS 10c NIGHT 15c WHITMAN'S CLASS Y CANDY MEIER DRUG CO. 18 and 0 Streets FW , Trynthe Y. M, 0. A. Lunok - Mo6ttV Oafeterf, Pla ' CHty Y. M. 0.A, iSth & P, Evelyn Dobbs of Palmyra, Edna Bushnell of Fremont and Mildred Bevlns of Beatrice spent tho week-end at tho Alpha XI Delta house. An alumni chapter of tho Alpha Chi Omega sorority was formed Saturday at the chapter house. Tho following out-of-town guests were present for tho installation: Beulah Jennings of Davenport, Robanls Sisler of Omaha, and Dale Pugh of Topeka, Kansas. Mrs. P. M. Moodie of West Point spent the week-end at tho Achoth house. Sigma Phi Epsllon announces the pledging of Fred Southwell of Mait land, Missouri, and Dwlght Elliott of Mason City, Nebraska. JUNIOR PROM MAKE8 HIT WITH DANCING FU88ER8 (Continued from Pago One) town young ladioB Not a fow woro those who wore making their initial nppoaranco boforo tho formal sot. But almost everybody know everybody else, and all went A'merry as a mar riago bell." Tho new dances have "passed the National Board of Censorship." Miss Graham was satisfied. Of course, a few over-onthuslastic devotoos of Madame Tango were requested to "slow down a bit" but they woro fow. Sevoral "experts" gave graceful pre sentations of tho vory latest In ath letic dancing, which was very gener ally appreciated. But tho majority contonted themselves with a consorva tivo tango or "castle walk," with a rare waltz or two-step. There was but one criticism of tho party the punch. Blame must not bo laid for tho poor quality of tho re freshments on tho committee. They aro forced to take and pay for what ever tho Lincoln Hotel sees fit to fur nish. Financially thero can bo no crit icism. Tho dance wlpod out tho exist ing forty-dollar class debt and left a small balance besides. Wo would say, all in all, that the Junior Prom was a very good party and that much credit 1b due the committee In charge. Ag Club Elects Officers. Tho following officers wero elected ' at the Agriculture Club mooting held last Saturday: Hugh Itaymond, presi dent; H. J. Posson, vice-president; B. H. Asondorf, treasurer; J. It. Posey, secretary, and A. A. Kjelson, sorgeant-at-arms. CANNOT EXCEED THE LIMIT. National Bank Stock in Reserve Must Not Be Over 6 Per Cent. Washington. It has boon made known that the federal reserve organ ization committee has decided that no bank shall be allowod to take stock In tho resorve bank in its district amounting to inore than 6 per cent of its capital and surplus. Tho law clearly states that a national bank cannot take less than 6 per cent, but It Is not so plain that there is any limitation on the amount abovo 6 por cent which might bo subscribed. The organization committee, however, de cided 6 per cent from anyone would bo sufficient Boys' "Pig Clubs" for the 8outh. Washington Organization of "Boys Pig Clubs" in tho southern states is the latest step taken by tho depart ment of agriculture as a meanB of re ducing tho high cost of living. Tho department is endeavoring to Interest tho young southern farmer in tho breeding of good hogs, tho object be ing to raise at least enough pork for homo consumption, and, if possible, a surplus for tho market Celebrate Emperor's Birthday. Berlin. Emporor William celebrat ed his fifty-fifth birthday Tuesday, halo and vigorous in body and mind and ablo still, as was shown by his recent woodchopping exploits, to undertake the physical work of a -man in the prime of life. All classes of his sub Jeots joined In observing tho day, cole bratlons being held by university and technical school students, by acade mies pt arts and sclencefe, bj army arid tmvv -nfiftiforn. olvlft nveknfkkfinnn and by municipalities and Veteran as-. ' aoclanons tnrongHoutthe empire. AT THE THEATRES. The Oliver. Wednesday Matinee and Evening "Tho Red Rose." Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mati nee Lyman H. Howe's Travo logues. Coming Next Week Harry Lauder. The Orpheum. First Half of Week The Parisian Revue. Second Half of Week Advanced Vaudeville, with Cecil Lean and Cleo Mayfield. The Lyric. Vaudeville and Feature Photo-plays. The Magnet. Feature Films and Orchestral Music. .qj:Ov jtc h . i m :?LL. .'.' . I I . 1., ' ' J 1 "? . u " I . 1 Artistic dance programs and menus for particular people. George Bros., Printers, 1313 N street. SOPHOMORE8 ARE SU8PENDED Stanford Men Punished for Tubbing Freshmen. Stanford seems to bo on tho point of abolishing another sacred tradition. Twelve sophomores wero recently sus pended for various termB because they -. ;, g r .'.? iiP i, . JF.s'.iJlK. ,-. . '.' P. ' i! StW; MfeW. M. The Ground Hog saw his shadow ! During the six weeks of winter which will therefore ensue we strongly recom mend one of our Kensington or Kuppenheimer Overcoats at 1-5, 1-4 and 1-3 Off The quality of these garments is so dependable and the style so fresh that (considering the savings) you'll be warranted in buy ing your next winter's Overcoat now. A saving of $5 to $12 on a Kensington coat is not to be sneezed at. MAGEE & DEEMER A j" - ft it -, , fr''-Jvs VW r. n.. , .. ', - f' P-Ak-M ft! . ' ' h - ! w .r '"-i'.i n n i 31 4.'i ' kV' i-y- K.?'', ' , ?'V. Vi H" ' - 1 1 ' 'V f w; V. - "A"n t?J- . . - ! i V ''$ n ,j -t - , ' r- Vi ( " ii' .W r v ---; r T T.:.'"'i . " J rsi 4 , A. - i - - i--i .'ffl -jt, "& r , J- ,e CA ; r- were actlvo participants in a tubbing party, at which a few freshmen woro guests. Tho action was taken by the student council, tho governing body of upper classmen. . Whether this action is aimed against tubbing In general or at this particular event Is not stated. Dally California!!. "Round-up" Meeting. The program for tho "Round Up" hold last Saturday in tho University Tempi was somewhat changed be cause A. R. Talbot, Head Consul of tho Modern Woodmen of the World, and W. A. Koarns, Physical Director of tho City Y. M. C. A., were unable to attend. After lunch Knute Carlson spoke on "Recruiting for the .Minis try"; J. p. Bailoy, State Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., spoko second on gen eral Y. M. c. A. topics. W. J. Solleck, a downtown business man, gave a short but Impressive devotional talk. About twenty-five young men. wero there. . . ' njTI v a .:-. AO : J Jc Jl 2 . fl , ry .A; c' Blessed is he who has not exceeded his cut limit, fo,ho shall be' deemed worthy of his own grade and shall hot suffer tho rebuke of tho facully.-r Drake Dolphlc. 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