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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1914)
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.THE DAILY NEBRASKA N
GIRLS" TRACK MEET
tO BE HELD IN MAY
Thur., Frl., 8at., March 26, 27, 28
CLAUD & FANNIE U8HER
In "The Straight Path"
SMITH, COOK AND
MI88 WILLETTE WHITAKER
ANNA, LEHR & COMPANY.
HELEN GANNON .
WHEELER & WJLSON
Bargain Mat Dally at 15c and 25c'
Nlfiht at 8:15
Prices, 16c, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c
Mon Tues., Wed., March 23, 24, 25
JACK LEVY AND THREE
BILLY PINK AND
JUDITH OF BETHULIA
Depleting the Triumph of the Jews
The World's News In Motion Views
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. Yellow Front
Tour Patronage Solicited
Tennis Goods and
Lee Slotted Ten
1032 O St.
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best
Wo sprvo hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANOY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O Street
MEIER DRUG CO.
18 and 0 Streets
liHin fa-ii nil t;i.-fm,
Try the Y. M. 0. A. Lunoh
Boom, Cafeteria;. Plan
OityY. M. 0. A. 13th AP
WANTED An agent to devote all or
part timo to business. Good money
mode. Call at room 104 Bankers Life
Bldg., and investigate.
FOR SALE 18 tennis racket, good as
now, for ?4; also bioyscle, good Con
dition, $12. V K.Greeff Registrar's
office. ' ' 3-125t
PPole Vault Proves Popular Eevent
Indoor Baseball Also Big
At last the long looked for timo has
arrived. Tho baseball and track sea
;son for tho co-eds opens this week.
All the girls, and especially tho fresh
men, in tho Physical Education de
partment aro eager for tho work to
begin. Nothing seems to please thorn
llko their gym work and anything
which pertains to It. In fact, there
aro a few" AVlio"aTo thinking- or golng-
out for football next fall. Tho track
moot will bo held In 'May and- wJU of.
course bo accompanied by tho Inter-
-clasal)aschalLgamea. TJiajftola vault
Is to bo one of the features of tho
meet this year and It Is said that
many of tho fair ones aro developing
an ability in this event Which rivals
that of "Doodles" and "Stony."
adots.wlll begin .their four-hour
regular drill the first Monday after
Fraternities and sororities aro fo
quostqd to mall to tho editor any
"line" snapshots they may have for
use In 1914 Cornhusker;
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wanted Your best "snapshots for
publication in tho Cornhusker. Any
individual, group, "stunt" pictures,
picnic, dance or party groups will bo
gladly accepted at tho office, or mall
to' tho Editorial Department.
All organizations that have had
their pictures taken and have not paid
for their space In tho Cornhusker
must call at tho office and do bo at
once, as no cuts will be mado until
paid for. R. p. SWIFT,
Tho Engineering Hop will bo held
at tho Lindell Hotel, April 3, 1914.
All engineering students desiring
tickets must got them before March
26. Aftor this date tho tickets will
bo sold to tho students at largo.
Tickets may bo secured from KJeld
gaard, Beck and Petorson.
Free shine with every shave or hair
cut at tho liandsomest barber sliop In
Lincoln. Bankers Life building. Bring
All organizations that have had
their pictures-taken andhave not-paid
for their space in tho Cornhusker
must call at tho office and do so at
once, as no cuts wJll be made until
paid for. Office hours, 11 to 12 dally.
tant business meeting of "Ye Chroni
clers" this noon. All members meet
In tho Dally Nebraskan office at 12:30,
Tho Chemistry Club will meet to
night in tho Chemistry lecture room
at 7:30. Tho following program'will
"Manufacture of Iron and Steel,"
R. H. Kellner.
"Some Phases ofThermo-chemis-try,"
"Physiological Effects of Food Pre
servatives," J. C. Rlpperton.
All students interested in chemistry
are invited to attend; "
Jones' Orchestra, Phon L-I6IC
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Perl D. Decker of Joplln Is the rep
resentatlve In congress of the Fif
teenth district of Missouri. He was
born In Ohio thlrty-clo.ht years ago, Is
a Democrat and a lawyer.
Minnesota Faculty Women Simplify
Tho Faculty Women's Club of tho
University of Minnesota is much agi
tated over tho recent criticisms on
university dances. They realize that
tho time has passed when tho now
dances can be entirely stopped. They
can see much beauty and grace In the
nnimgtnpg nnrl rlnalrfi that the dances
bo altered so that no adverse criticism
can bo given.
One plan of tho club Is to have a
list of members who have offered
thoir services as chaporones. Tho ox
cuso offered for an absenco of chaporones-
was. thatJionQjrccre obtainable.
This plan will do away with sucli ex-
cuses, for by telopnoning" ally-Club"
member a college party, will bo as
sured of having proper chaporones.4
JAMES E. GAFFNEY
Jamet E. Gaffney, head of a New
York construction company, li one of
the chief figures In the graft Investiga
tion now being conducted by District
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to the cash subscription. r
AVliile these notes are payable on tho demand
of tho publishers, it is not tho intent of the pub
lishers to demand the payment at a certain date .
but it understood that payment must be made be- A
"Those -who are indebted-to the-Daily -Nebraslcan .
for tho present semester may visit tho office in tho
basement of University Hall at any time and upon
the payment of $1.00 receive a receipt in full.
Prompt payment -will assist tho management very '
materially in making a full financial report, before "
the end of the school year.
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Alpha Sigma Phi announces tho
pledging or Leo W. Chain, '17, of Har
vard, and Hugh Frofdoll, '17, of Dor
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