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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thu. Fri. Sat. &. Sat. Mat. Feb. 26-28
Night 8 p. m. Matinee 2 p. m.
KLAW & ERLINGER'S
PRICE8 $2,00 to 50c
March 2-4 3 Nights & Wed. Mat.
OTIS 8KINNER In "KISMET"
Prices $2.00 to 50 Cents
THURS. FRI. SAT. Feb. 26, 27, 28
BILLY B. VAN
THE BEAUMONT SISTERS &. CO.
In the One-Act Musical Comedy
MARGARET ILES & CO.
ED CORELLI & CHAS. GILLETT
Assisted by BEA VERERA
Mat. at 2:15. Prices 15 &. 25c. Night
at 8: 15; prices 15, 25, 35, 50 & 75c
MON. TUES. WED. Feb. 23, 24, 25
WILLARD HUTCHINSON & CO.
In "A Leap Year Leap"
THE RAMSEY SISTERS
A Positive Two-Part Feature
"THE OTHER GIRL"
"THE BLINDED HEART"
The World's News in Motion Views
THE SOLOMON SISTERS
Three Shows Dally 2, 7, 9 p. m.
Matinee, All Seats 10c. Night, 15c
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1122 0 St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solicited
Miss Charlotte Whedon
Student of Louis Challf of
Announces classes in the New Social
Dances Maxlxe Tango One-Step
Hesitation Waltzes, beginning Sat
urday, 3:30 p. m , at Wbltton Car
For Information call Phono B1287.
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 and O Streets
Try the Y. M. 0. A. Lunch
Room, Cafeteria, Plan
Oity Y. M. 0. A. 13th & P
Commerce School at Missouri.
Tho University of Missouri 1b plan
ning to establish a Bchool of commerce
next fall. It will differ from the
school here In the fact that two years
of college work aro required for ad
mittance. The flrst school of commerce estab
lished by a state university was found
ed by Callfonla. Tho establishment
of a new school at Missouri will raako
two state universities properly equip
ped for teaching tho economies and
commerce of the preBent day.
THE WEEK AT THE THEATRES
"Ben Hnr, ' Thursday, Friday, Satur
day and matinee Coming, March
2, 3, 4, Otis Skinner In "Kismet "
The Road Show, with Billy Van and
Companj as headliners.
"Checkers," with ThomaB Robs a
great featuro film. Dally and
matinees with orchestral music.
" K '" r r p r r T
This is the second of tho pro
ductions made by the produc
ing firm of Broadway favorites,
the All Star Feature Corpora
tion, their first being Augustus
Thomas' "Arizona "
Thomas W Ross, Among the
fflreinoBL of American, actors,
has played the title role of
"Checkers," in tho stago pro
duction, in every big city of tho
United States, and ho has, after
most urgent effort, been per
suaded to enact tho same rolo
again before the camera. For
his support the All Star Cor
poration has engaged a most
competent cast of leading
actors and actresses. In the
cast will be seen Katherlno La
Salle, lately leading lady with
tho New York production of
"The Master Mind;" Jack Ra
gan as Push Miller; Gertrude
Shlpman, a prominent leading
stock lady; William A. Wil
liams, formerly of Prtthe
Freres; Charles Graham, and
More than one hundred play
ers are in the supporting cast
and many thousands are shown
in the beautiful scenes of the
At tho Magnet, Tuesday,
Wednesduy and Thursday.
Girls of Union Literary Society Stage
At the Union meeting last Saturday
night In the Temple, tho following pro
gram was given by the girls
A Starland Chorus.
Vocal Solo Mdll Hanel.
Flip and Flop Mdll Cartney and
Poppy Dance Mdll Alllne.
Piano Solo Poolerweskl.
Playlet "No Men Wanted."
Cast Bachelor Girls:
Isabella (Kitty Marie).
Josephine (Do Vero).
Pregnolla (Mildred Weseen).
Enigma Lizzie and Eliza.
Klnotoscope Maude Muller and
Down by the River.
The Union Orpheum Co.
After a short social time, Ico was
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
TO BE GIVEN MARCH 6
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The Earl of Hawcas tie. .Fred Fielding
Horace Granger-SlmpBon. .Jesse Quinn
Rlblere, the Grand Duke's Becre-
tary John Beard
Mariano, maltre d'hotel. .Leon Snyder
Mlchele, a waiter Don Barns
Carl Ganz and Rolph Canady
A valet de chambre. .Harold Campbell
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wanted Your best ennpshota for
publication In tho Cornhusker. Any
individual, group, "stunt"1 pictures,
picnic, dance or party groups will bo
gladly accepted at tho ofllco, or mall
to tho Editorial Department.
Dramatic Club tryouts will bo hold
at tho Temple Theatre, February 26,
7 p. m. Anyone wishing to try out for
membership In tho club Ib requested
to report to MIbb Howell In U. 106
between 11 and 12 on tho samo day as
the tryouts. Parts of any modern play
may bo UBed.
Junior Hop Tickets.
Tickets for tho big Junior dance to
bo held at tho Llndell, February 28,
1914, are obtalnablo from tho follow
ing men for $125 each: R. F. Swift,
Reed Dawson, Phil Southwlck, Leon
Samuelson, P. P Robb, C. N Brown,
P. C. Spencer, Krauso, F. A. Babcock,
Frank PerklnB, Spooner, Cloyd Stew
art, W. II. finuman, Co-op Book Store.
Junior Class Football Men.
Juniors entitled to class football
sweaters may have same by calling at
Coach Stlehm's ofllco botween the
hours of 11 and 12. Deposit of $1.90
required. O. H. ZUMWINKBL.
Phi Beta Kappa.
Notice Is hereby given that grades
reported to tho Registrar later than
March 1, 1914, will not bo considered
In reckoning Phi Beta Kappa standing
for tho class of 1914.
RAYMOND J. POOL, Secretary.
Juniors and Seniors.
All Cornhusker proofs of juniors
and seniors positively must be in by
Wednesday, February 25th. This is
absolutely tho last day oil which they
will be received. R F. SWIFT,
' Junior Play.
Junior Play practice tonight at 7:30.
G Company Picture not to bo taken
M Company Picture to be taken
Thursday at 11 a m. Full uniform.
I Company Picture Thursday at 11
All University oung ladles wishing
to become members of tho University
Girls' Equal Suffrago Association will
hand in their written applications to
Miss Marlon Preeso today after con
vocation. Euqal suffrage buttons can
be had at tho same time. MIbb Preeso
will bo on the stago Immediately after
the play Is over.
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minutes with tho crafty Gllliland,
showed more natural ability than any
other "HuskerJ' Ho is now to tho
wrestling game and showed up much
better than tho time of hla event
Kruso lasted not quite ten minutes
with Baron. Outweighed ten pounds,
KruBo made a monkey out of his
"Harry" opponent. At the end of six
minutes, Kruse, worn out by flopping
"EBau" around, was tho victim of his
beefy antagonist and took the fourth
defeat of tho night
The meet was very good.vTo be fair,
tho truth will not hurt. For the Iowa
team all wo want to Bay 1b that they
gave us just as bad a defeat in wrest
ling as tho "Huskora" administered to
Captain McQlnnis' clan last November
on Nebraska Field.
Y. W. C. A. LUNCHEON
AND INFORMAL RECEPTION
Miss Conde Meets With Y. W. Girls at
Llndell Long Toast List.
The Young Woman's Christian Asso
ciation luncheon occurred Saturday Ln
tho largo new banquet hall of the Lin
dell Hotel. Miss Bertha Conde, who
has been the guest of the association
for tho paBt week, occupied the place
of honor on tho toast Hat. Luncheon
was sorved at 1 00 p m to about one
hundred and twenty girls
Tho appointments were In gold, and
jellow Jonquils and ferns were used In
decorating the tables
Tho subjects for tho toasts were
taken from a charming little poem
which appeared on the menu cards
Valeria Bonnell, as president, was
toastmlstresss The toast list follows
Tho Fir Trees
Tho Breezes . .
Tho Bird Songs
Tho World. . .
. . . Edna Ogdon
. . Evangeline Ixnig
. . . .Miss Drake
. . . . Miss Conde
Directly after tho luncheon rnmo the
reception at Mrs A W Field's home
Miss Conde spoke and opportunity was
given for the guests to talk Informally
TOGETHER AT BANQUET
Several Visitors Present-Long and
Interesting Toast List Ne
Forty seven fellows turned out for
tho banquet held by tho Pre-Mcdlcs at
tho Lincoln Hotel last Friday night
Dean Wolcott, head of the Medical de
partment of tho University in Lincoln,
acted as toastmaster. Doctors Baker
and Orr of Lincoln and Pointer of
Omaha were on the toast list. Many
cholco and well chosen remarks were
made by variouB students. Four
Omaha students, Way, Undean, Young
and Burns, helped swell tho attend
Professor Sollman of tho committee
of faculty men that are ourlng tho
country in behalf of tho Western Re
serve University, stated that no other
buildings seen on the trip appeal to
them as being bettor models for them
to copy than are tho buildings used by
the University of Nebraska.
AT TEMPLE TODAY
Suffragette Meeting Called at 11
After Convocation Members
to Be Received.
There will be a big suffragette meet
ing today at 11:30 at tho Temple, fol
lowing tho Dramatic Club play. Sev
eral prominent seniors and members
of tho faculty will tell of tho work of
college women In equal suffrage. Miss
Graham Is heartily In favor of tho
movement and believes that the col
lego league should bo affiliated with
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Exolusivs Photo Plays. 1511 0 Strut
Thomas W. Ross as Checkers Hanry M. Blossom Jr's Graat Play
Mon., Tue., Wed. and Thurs.
Nothing Like it Evet Seen Befoze in Motion Piduzes
Styles have changed.
And our introductory
showing of the new ones
for spring is flow ready.
Our own Kensington or
the well-known Kuppen
Handsome models re
markably tasteful patterns
in both foreign and do
mestic woolens tailoring
lhat surpasses even the
best of former seasons.
We invite your instect
ion of them.
MAGEE & DEEMER
the state association In order that
more effective work may be done.
Rachael Kellogg and Helen Sorenaon
have been gathering statistics on what
girls are doing in other schools in
forming suffragette clubs, and will pre
sent this material before tho meeting,
and all girls who wish to Join will
hand In their names to Marian Preeso
at the close of tho meeting.
ACHOTHS HOLD FORMAL
AND ANNUAL BANQUET
Fifty-Five Visitors Present to Attend
Tho Achoth sorority held its formal
party at tho Lincoln hotel Friday even
ing. About tlify couples wero present.
The out-of-town visitors wore: Edith
Shrum of Omaha, Vena Stahl of Lib
erty, Carrie Moody of West Point, Eva
Rosenbaum of Harvard, Inez Velio of
Norfolk, Mrs. Homer Aylesworth of
Aurora, Helen Brlggs of Fremont. Tho
annual banquet was held at the Lin
coln hotel Saturday evening. Tho
toast list wad as follows:
Florence Daniels, touBtmlstress.
"Our Steamer Achoth," Hazel Fish
wood. "Our Sailor," Margaret Keifer.
"Setting Sail," Lorraine Holtz.
"Tho Tempest," Carrie Moodie.
"Friends Mado En Route," Phyllis
"Tho Harbor," Jessie Downing.
"Casting tho Anchor," Ethel Stone.
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