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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
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Frl., 8at. and 8at. Mat., Feb. 6, 7
Panama Canal, Yellowstone Park,
and Many Others
Night, 50c, 35c, 25c; Mat, 35c, 25c
Feb. 11 HARRY LAUDER
THUR8., FRI., 8AT., Feb. 5, 6, 7
Assisted by CLEO MAY FIELD
BILLY GOULD A BELLE A3HLYN
JOHN E. HAZZARD
MABELLE ADAM8 & CO.
MUREL & FRANCES
Mat. Daily at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c
Night, 8: 15. Prices 15,25,35,50,75c
THUR8., FRI., SAT., FEB. 5, 6, 7.
FOUR MUSICAL KLEISES
THQ8E THREE ENTERTAINERS
"DOLLIE OF THE DAILIE8"
"THE PERFECT TRUTH"
PICKLES, ART& CAUER KRAUT
CO mTnQ-CH rLD'8H AW A I JAN 8
Three Shows Dally 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
MAT. ALL 8EAT8 10c NIGHT 15c
For Cab or Taxicab
For Parties, Call
Best Cabs, Best SerVice
Oct Your Call in Early
The Matlnoo danco to be held at
the Undell Hotel next Saturday
afternoon is for the purpose of
teaching those who desire to know
how to dance the latest dances,
such as the tango, one-step, hesita
tion, adelaido, etc
Prof. Chambers of Omaha, who
has charge of dancing at the Omaha
Country Club has boon secured. He
will bring with him his dancing
partioB and musicians.
This Is limited entirely to Univer
sity Students, and will be chape
roned as required by University
rules. It is guaranteed by those in
charge. Informal dancing will fol
low the Instructions, 2 to 5 p. ra.(
SAT., FRB. 7, LINDELL HOTEL.
PRICE, $1.26 A COUPLE.
WHITMAN'S GLASS Y
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 and 0 Streets
Try $hq Y. M. q. A. Lunch
3om Cafeteria. Plan
OitrY. M. 0. A. 13th & P -
Thursday, February 6.
11:30 a.m. Convocation Memorial
6:00 p. m. omcera' Club meeting
Armory. 6:00 p. m Y. M C. A. meeting.
J. P. Williams on "Motlvo in Life"
5-00 p. m. Y W. C. A. veBper ser
vice Y. W. C. A. rooms
7:10 p. ra. Kosmet Klub tryouts
7:15 p m. Pershing Rifles drill
Armory. 7:30 p. m. --Agricultural Engineers
Mechanic ArtB building 20fi.
8:00 p. m. Phi Delta Phi Slg Alph
Friday, February 6.
Kappa Sigma formal party Lincoln
Phi Kappa Psl Informal Music Hall.
Catholic Students' Club Prat Hall
Beta Theta PI informal Folsom
7 00-8 00 p. m Y. M C A Cabinet
meeting Temple Theatre.
People We Know.
Delta Chi announces the pledging
of Orville Chatt, Enid, Okla.; EI wood
B. Chappell, Osmond, Nebr. ; Merle E.
Kathryn Mockett recently returned
from California. It was rumored that
Rex Uavles was Been running for a
Bound-bound car a few days ago.
Wonder, is it so?
The Forestry Club held a meeting
in Nebraska Hall, Tuesday evening
Mr Shoemaker, '13, spoke, on "Fire
Fighting." His talk was Interesting
as well as educational About twenty
five men remained for tho business
Dr O. P. Hay of ihe Smithsonian
Institution is visiting the geology de
partment. Prof. E. H Harbour leaves today for
Fremont to Bpeak before the fifth an
nual convention of the State Municipal
League on "Parks and City Planning."
Mr. L. J. Colin, a mineralogist from
Colorado Springs, Colo , visited the
University this week.
Bertha Spear of Seward is visiting
friends in Lincoln.
DRILL SUIT for sale at bargain;
worn but onco; will pay for refit
ting. Call at Magoo & Deemer's.
AT THE THEATRE8.
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mati
nee Lyman H. Howe's Trave
logues. Coming Next Week Harry Lauder.
Second Half of Week Advanced
Vaudeville, with Cecil Lean and
Vaudeville and Feature Photo-plays.
Feature Films and Orchestral Music.
NOTICE TO 8UB8CRIBER8.
The increase'd circulation of
tho DAILY NEBRASKAN will
make It inconvenient for all
subscribers to secure their
copies through tho distributing
windows at 8tation A. In or
der to cause tho least amount
of Inconvenience during tho ten
o'clock hour, after next Tues-
day all subscribers who hav
lock boxes will secure their
NEBRASKANS through this
means. Also the subscribers
who live at tho Y. M. C. A. may
receive their paper through tho
association postofflco. Notice
pf this win appear later.
WILL BE REVIVED
First Meeting to Be Held Next Week.
Discussion on Amerloa.
Rocently a number of UnivorBlty
people met in the alumni headquarters
to reorganize tho Cosmopolitan Club.
This club was first organized In this
Institution In 1908, but was allowed to
die out in 1910. It was found that
very fow of tho old members aro still
connected with the University, and
henco practically a new club miiBt bo
Such clubs aB this exist in many of
the largo universities of tho United
States and foro gn countries. Tho I
Club was organized on account of the
great number of foreigners attending
the colleges and universities of this
country. Tho purpose of tho organiza
tion can perhapB bcBt bo stated in
tho words of tho constitution: "Tho
objects of the Association shall be to
unite and strengthen tho existing
chapters, to promote tho organization
of chanterB In other coIIoeob and mil-
versltleB, to cultivate the arts of poace,
to establish strong International
friendship, and to carry out the motto
of the Association, 'Above all Natlon
An international meeting of the As
sociation was held last summer in
Ithaca, and the national convention
convened at Iowa City, Iowa, during
the Christmas holidays. Nebraska
could send no legal representative to
this meeting, but Miss Hrbek, Cyril
Hrbek and Job B. Kuaka of the Uni
versity were present.
On account of Its nature, the Cos
mopolltan Club Is attempting to ab
sorb all foreigners cluhs already or
ganized in the various universities
Any club bo absorbed will not lose its
Individuality, but will merely become
a subdivision of the larger organiza
tion. Some agitation has arisen In
regard to absorbing the Komensky
Klub, of which we have a chapter at
Nebraska. Nothing definite has been
Prominent among those who aro
working for the promotion of the or
ganization at Nebraska aro Chancellor
Avory and Guy Reed. The three stu
dent pastors have aiBo become mora
bers of the club and it is thought pos
sible to reach tho student body
The constitution makes no ruling as
to tho percentage of Americans who
may belong, but it Is thought best to
allow one-third of the membership to
be Americans. Only those will be ad -
mltted who aro Interested and will
work for the betterment of the asso
ciation. Tho next meeting of tho Club
will be hold on February 11th In tho
European History room of the Temple.
The subject of the evening's discus
sion will be "America." Tho plan of
the Club being to devote one evening
to a talk on each country. One of tho
features of the evening will be an ad
dress by tho Chancellor.
Anyone who Is Interested In the
work of the organization Is requested
to speak to Guy Reed or one of tho
JUNIOR HOP AT LINDELL
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28
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cause it found this made possible by
the cheaper accommodations afforded
by tho Llndell. Tickets may be ob
tained from K. M. Snyder, chairman
of the commltteor" Phil Southwlcke,
master of ceremonies; R. Ross, Rus
sell F. Swift, W. H. Bauman, Reed
Ted Marriner -Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
liOST Sunday, In or near Temple,
bunch of koys Return to Ray office.
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Meeting.
Thoro will bo a Y. M. C. A. cabinet
mooting FYlday evening, February 6.
from 7 to 8 o'clock In tho Templo
Registration r still opon for tho big
special chorus which is being as Rem
bled by Mrs. Raymond to Bing on tho
May Festival program. Practices are
being hold on Monday. Wodnosday
and Frlda A Bpecial clasR for men
has boon arranged for 7 o'clock on
Monday ovenlng IlogiBtratlon for
Chorus gives tho Rtudent free admia
Bon to the, May Festival entertain-
Tho compoBers of tho 1912 "Corn-
husker" prophesied under the heading
of "Somo ThlngB You'll Never See,"
"A Rigger Rag" and "Awgwan " Tho
unforeseen has happened and it is
hoped that patlonco haH been re
Y. W. C. A.
Miss Edith Lucile Hobblus will speak
at tho Y. W. C A. vcBper service
Thursday evening at B o'clock. Miss
Elizabeth Bonnell will sing. Tho sub
ject for tho ovenlng will bo "Tho Col
lego Girl and Her Musical Problems "
Informal Girls' Club party Saturday
afternoon from 3 to B o'clock, Music
Hall of the Templo. All University
girls are cordially invited to attend.
Pershing Rifle drill tonight prompt
ly at 7 IB. All PerBh'ngs out.
COL. H. F. KRAMER.
Intercollegiate Prohibition League.
There will bo an Important meeting
tho Illtorr.nllnirlatn Prnhllilt Inn
League in the Temple at 7 o'clock to
night. Everybody welcome.
Ag. Engineers will meet tonight in
the Mochanic Arts Building 206 at
7:30 o'clock. Mr. Iven Wood will give
an illustrated lecture on concrete
work. Everybody out.
All organization pictures must bo
taken by February 16. Jun.ors and
Seniors must accept their proofs a
, Townsend's at onco.
Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
Mr. J. P. Williams, a down-town
business man, will speak at tho regu
lar Y. M. C. A. meeting Thursday
evening on "Motlvo in Life."
Forestry Club Picture.
Tho Forestry Club will meet at
Townsend's, Friday, February C, at 12
o'clock, for Cornhusker picture.
Blessed aro they who work off their
conditions before they get them, for
they shall bo fed on the salt of the
earth. University Daily Kansan.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George BroB.,
Printers, 1313 N Btroet.
Women students of the University
of Kansas must learn to swim before
they recelvo their diplomas. The I. C.
FOUND-'-Kappa Kappa Gamma stick
pin. Owner call at Regents' book
POUND Fountain pen. Owner see
J Arthur Coleman, Chemistry Depart
ment , j-3
EARL OF JWV
The earl of Klntore Is chairman of
tho executive committee of the Anglo
American exposition which Is to be
opened In England In the spring. He
Is now In the United States.
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