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THE DAILY NIBRASKAN
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- Tonight, Wed. & Wed. Matinee
Nlghts--8 P. M. Matinee 2 P. M.
In "An Arabian Night"
Prices $2.00 to 50 Cents
SAT. MAT. & NIGHT. MARCH 7
THUR..FRI.-8AT., MARCH 56.7
In Her Gorgeous Singing Novelty
Courtesy of Lew Fields
MULLER & 8TANLEY
THE FIVE SULLYS
In "The Information Bureau"
ETTA BRYAN, ROY SUMNER
GJ.NQRA88 & COMPANY
Mat. at 2: 15. Prices 15 & 25c. Night
at 8: 15; prices 15, 25, 35, 50 & 76c
MON.-TUES.-WED., MARCH 2-34
ROLAND CARTER & CO.
Jn "Vacation Time"
JOS. H. HUGHES & CO.
In "The Little Isle of Green"
, "Dolly of the Dalles"
Second Story of the Series Entitled
"The Ghost of Mother Eve"
"IRON AND STEEL" Two-Part
Three Shows Dally 2, 7, 9 p. m.
Mat Alj' Seats 10c. Night 16c
University Jeweler and
S. S. SHEAN
1123 O St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solioited
Try Our Luncheonettes
They aro always tho best
Wo sorvo hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O Street
Miss Charlotte Whedon
, ' Student of Louis Challf of
Announces classes in tho New Social
Dances5 Moxixo Tango One-Stop-
. Hesitation "Waltzes, beginning Sat-
I y urday, 3:30 p. m., at Whltton-Car-
Ik For information call Phono B1287.
MEIER DRUG CO.
18 and O Streets ,
Try the Yr. M. Oi A. Ianoli
Boom, Cafeteria, Flan
City Y. M. 0. A. 13th & P
8TAR FOOTBALL END
WIN8 FAIR BRIDE
Gordon Beck, '15, Will Bid Farewell to
University Life After This Year.
to any 'that ma atuQanta wara sur
prlsed to learn of the marrlago of ono
of tho football stars, Gordon Bectt, last
Saturday, Is to put tho mattor lightly.
Bock graduates from tho University
this spring and will continuo his
studies until then oven though ho has
entered anothor sphere, which most
students aro not fortunate enough to
onter until after school days arc
counted with thoso-of tho past.
Mr. Beck Is prominent in school ac-
tlvltlen. It ia unjtaratojidhajLhpjBaJjBjiu
T. N. E.; It is known that ho Is an
Innocent, a member of tho Kappa
Sigma fraternity, and a member of tho
applo judging team which defeated its
two competing teams, Kansas and
Ames. Last but not least, ho has a
record as an athlete. No student on
'tho campiiB Is unfamiliar with tho fact
that Beck Is ono of tho Stars -of tho
great Nebraska-Minnesota gamo of
last fall. Besides tw"o""years of foot
ball playing on tho Varsity, Beck was
one of tho most conspicuous baseball
players on tho Varsity last year.
ho graduated in 1910, Beck hold down
third baso on the baseball team.
For a year Gordon showed a loaning
toward the profession of his father,
who was deputy state superintendent
from 1806 to 1900, by holding tho posi
tion of principal of tho ward school of
Wahoo In 1910 and 1911.
Rumor has it that Beck will bo in
school again next year. Thisv isl how
ever, 'discouraged ty Beck himself.
Ho says that business activities will
command his attention next year and
that his school days will then bo a
thing of tho pest
Mr. and Mrs. Beck, formerly known
as Charles Gordon Beck and Miss
Alice M. Smith,' will make their homo
in this city.
1 At The Oliver Tonight,
: 4Trff Ki&S-iikBRsJi'W'tLWimk. ,-' - .i
I a -a
ALPHA THETA CHI
GIVE8 BIENNIAL FORMAL
Dance Has Many Pleasing Features
Held at tho Llndell.
-' Alpha Thota cm gave ihoir miiuuai
formal party at tho Llndell Hotol, Fri
day evening. Decorations woro In tho
fratornity colors, green and gold.
Lunch was served in tho dining room
following tho ninth dance, CJrvlllo
Jones lurnTslieff tho music. About
forty young men and young ladles on
joyed tho danco.
And features woro thoro, too. Tho
NobraBkan reverted Into tho hands of
last semester's staff for Saturday's
off their Journalry and graco tho fes
tive hall. But tho crowning glory
camo when, tripping through tho In
tricate mazes of tho latest Australian
tango, Robertson Harloy, momentarily
losing control of his pedals, was pre
cipitated unceremoniously to tho floor.
Tls said 'twaB lntontionul. At least
FANCY DANCING AT
GIRL8' CLUB SATURDAY
Regular Saturday Afternoon Meeting
ProftcreHcynr Prog rewiwn
About sixty-flvo girls wero, at tho
Girls' Club party Saturday afternoon
In tho Templo. Valeria Bonnoll had
ohargo of tho ontortalnmont' and re
Tho first part of tho afternoon was
spent In playing progressive dominoes.
Some of tho girls havo become so pro
ficient In this sport that thoy can tell
tho number of spots without seeing Its
Tho rest of tho afternoon was do
voted to dancing thonowor stops. Ono
of tho local teachers of dancing, Miss
Charlotte Wuedon, will glvo a demon
stration of fancy dances at tho next
party Saturday aftornoon.
Wed. and Wed. Matinee
Sonior caps may bo obtained it tho
Pleaso noto that tho phono number
of tho Daily Nobraskan has boon
changed and is now L-7451.
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wantod Your bost snapshots for
publication In tho Cornhuskor. Any
Individual, group, "stunt" pictures,
picnic, danco or party groups will bo
gladly accopted at tho office, or mall
to tho editorial Department.
All organizations that havo had
their pictures takon and havo not paid
for their space in tho Cornhusker
muBt call at tho offlco and do so nt
once, as no cuts will bo mado until
paid for. It. P. SWIFT,
Tho Cosmopolitan Club will moot at
N streets, at 11 a. m. for tho Corn
huskor picture. Everyone out.
Tho Missouri Club will moot In room
2 in tho Tomplo at 7 p. m., Tuesday
German Dramatic Club.
Tho Gorman Dramatic Club will
meot Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock
in Faculty Hall.
B Company Cornhusker picturo
Tuesday at 11 o'clock.
All organizations that havo had their
pictures taken and havo not paid for
their spaco In tho dornhuskor must
call at tho office and do so at onco, ns
no cuts wjll bo mado until paid for.
Office bourse, 11 to 12 daily.
All organizations desiring Bpaco In
tho 1914 Cornhusker must havo their
pictures taken at Townsond's at onco.
"The Man From Home"
Ella Williams, Cloyd Stewart and cast of Uni Favorites
Oliver Theater-Frl Night, Mar. 6-Seats$l to 25c
ii MAGNET 121!!
Exoluslvt Photo Plays. 1511 0 Stroot
Molt., Tuev Wed. and Thurs.
A Seven-Part Motion Picture
Afternoon 1:30 and 3:30 10c and 5c V , :
Evening 6:45 and 8:45 15c and 10c
to show you the Spring
styles iri- Kensington or
and semi-English sack
They are the product of
elegant tailoring which in
our judgment surpasses
e.venthe best oLiormet-
The prices shoW.the bene
ficial effect of the new tar
iff. Decidedly superior
fabrics many foreign
woolens among them
$20, $22.50, $25, $30
Why not inspect them to
day or tomorrow? You may
try them on before our
long mirrors without any
A study Is being mado at tho Uni
versity of Illinois to determine why
so many freshmen fall. High schools
aro being examined to see if students
cannot bo bettered to tako up colego
work. Daily Iowan.
Jolly Five Dancing Club
Newly Remodeled Hall at 1548 O
Dances every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. -
'Admission 25 cents. Preo check
room. Music by Hampton's Or-;
PRIZE WALTZ EVERY TUE8DAY
For information cair-
I. C. HEATH, - " B-4339
The Junior Play
Production of Charles Diokens' I
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