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7TH E D A I L Y NEBRASKAN
BILLITER V8 DAILY
Thu., Frl., Sat. & Sat. Mat., Apr. 2-4
The Gripping Play
14 Weeks in Chicago
Nights $1.50 to 25c. Mat. 50c
THUR FBI, & SAT., APRIL 2-3-4
W. H. MURPHY, BLANCHE
NICHOL8 AND COMPANY IN
"THE SCHOOL OF ACTING"
"THE DOUBLE CROSS"
HANS ROBERTS AND CO.
MARTINETTE & SYLVE8TER
PHILLIPS & WHITE
Mat Dally at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c
Night 8:15. iPrices 15, 25, 3550, 75c-
Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Mar.30-31, Apr. 1
The Terplschorean Favorites
WILLIAM8 & WARNER
"DOLLY OF THE DAILIE8"
The Vltograph Masterpieces
"LOST IN MID-OCEAN"
8ee "THE SINKING OF THE
Claett, Pcabodr Co., Iao. Maker
Tennis Goods and
Lee Slotted Ten
1032 O St.
Try Our Luncheonettes
Thoy aro always tho beBt
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
8outhwest Corner 14th O 8treet
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 and O tftreets
Try the Y. M. C A- Lunqk,
Boom, Oifterif Plam
0Hy M. 0. A. ,l8tkP
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organizations! Notice I T
All organizations that havo had
tholr pictures taken and havo not paid
for their spaco In the Cornhusker
must call at the ofllco and do so at
once, aB no cuts will bo mado until
paid for. Ofllco hours, 11 to 12 dally.
The Black Masque will hold a recop
tion for junior girls April 4 at the
governor's mansion. All junior girls
Students, FacuTEy, "ATumnT, tlmtlorfi
Subscriptions will bo taken for the
1914 Cornhusker . Wednesday and
Thursday, April 1 and 2.
The Engineering Hop will bt held
at tho Llndell Hotel, April 3, 1914.
Tickets are now on sale to students
at large. They may bo secured from
Kjeldgaard, Beck and Peterson.
Senior pins may bo obtained at the
University Book Store.
Intercollegiate Prohibition Association.
The local contest for a representa
tive In tho Intercollegiate Prohibition
Association oratorical contest for Ne
braska will be held April 7 place to
bo announced later. Those wishing to
compete will notify Walter Hixen
baugh, B 1562, not later than Wednes
day. Inter-Frat Athletic Board.
Meeting of tho inter-fraternity ath
letic board, Thursday at 11 o'clock.
Each representative Ib requested to be
on hand with list of entries and dues
for the ensuing year.
The Black Masques -will-.boTitrhome
to all junior girls Saturday afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Governor's
Mansion, 1445 H street.
A. I.. E. E.
Tho meeting of the American Insti
tute of Electrical Engineers scheduled
for this evening has been postponed
until one week later, April 8th.
Report of the Senior Prom of March
28, 1914: Total receipts, 78 tickets at
$3, $234. Expenditures: Ball room,
?50; orchestra, $40; caterer, $32.80;
cabs for patrons, $5.50; advertising,
?5; printing, $61.70; decorating,
$33.10; Incidentals, $3.20; doorkeeper,
Three or four Uni men to act in tho
capacity of models for Society Brand
Clothes at tho Spring Fashion Show,
Thursday and Friday. Apply nt c-nce.
.to. 3Ir Jlempkeadvfirlislngjnanager,.
tllrd floor. Good pay. Mayor Bcos.
Northwestern Teachers' Agency.
The Tending agency for the entire
Wes tand Alaska. Write Immediately
for free circular. Boise, Idaho. 3-31-2
Five general and traveling agents to
demonstrate and soil Endless Neck
tleB. Latest novelty. Twelve beauti
ful silk ties in one. Stylish colors,
latest styles, durable and quick sell
ers. One agent, an ox-student at Ne
braska, mado ?5C in one week selling
these ties. Fifty dolars weekly guar
anteed to hustlers. Liberal commis
sion. Exclusive territory now being
allotted. Write TODAY. W. R.
Draper, Exclusive Factory Distributor,
"414 Keith & ferry Bldg., Kansas City,
Mo. ' 3'31-S
LOST-r'Solid silver necktie. -pin In
. drill locker, pom. Finder please
brlrigrfiame o Rag office.-.
$1.50. Total, $232.80. A. E. Kolth,
Chairman of Committee. Audited
March 31, 1914.
Agent Student Activities.
D. D. Price, state engineer, will talk
to tho Agricultural Engineers, Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock, In Me
chanics Arts 206. His subject will be
"Irrigation," Everybody welcome.
JUNIOR8 TO ELECT
DELEGATE8 TO CONVENTION
President Reece Calls Meeting for To-
morrow "More Speed Needed,-"
President Reece of tho Junior ClaW
has called a meeting tomorrow at
11:30 o'clock. Tho principal business
to bo transacted is tho election of
delegates to the student council con
stitutional convention. Tho juniors
are following the lead of tho seniors
and it Is hoped that the sophs and
freshmen will follow suit at onco.
charge say that It will require con
siderable time to prepare tho proposi
tion for tho student body and tho
Board of Regents after tho delegates
to the convention havo collected.
"A llttlo more speed Is what wo
Avant," Bald a Tnomborof-thircofflinit7
toe, and it Is to be hoped that thoso
Interested will realize the lraportanco
of this necessity.
Vancll K. Greer Assumes Duties at
Once Ex-Registrar Off to Ranch
In New Mexico.
The resignation which E. M. Rut
ledgo submitted to the Board of Re
gents on February 16 takes effect to
day. Vancll K. Greer will take upiho
duties of registrar immediately. Mr.
Rutledge has been connected with the
registrar's office for many years. Ha
served as assistant registrar under
-Pr-J-HarrlBonrffnT-Airgust; 15)08, lin-
tll September, 1911, when ho was ap
pointed registrar on account of the
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UsVuJ 'ill ItLI illlln
Eli Shire, Pres, h
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To the Subscribers of
tJe Daily Nebraskan:
During the campaign for now- subscribers during
tho past registration week, promissory notes for
$1.00 were taken by tho management as equivalent'
to tho cash subscription.
"While these notes arc payable on the demand,
of the publishers, it is not tho intent of the pub
lishers to demand tho payment at a certain date
but it understood that payment must bo mado be
fore tho signer of the noto leaves school.
Those who aro indebted to tho Daily Nebraskan
for tho present semester may visit tho office in tho
basement of University Hall at any timo and upon
the payment of $1.00 receive a receipt in full.
JPrompt payment"wiHa88ist the management very
materially in making a full financial report before
the end of tho school year.
resignation of Mr. Harrison. Mr. Rut
ledge graduated from tho University
In 1909. He Is a member of Alpha
Theta Chi and Phi Alpha Tau fraterni
ties. Tho reason for Mr. Rutledge's
resignation is that tho work on his
brother's ranch has become so great
that both men are needed to do It.
Mr. Greer assumed the duties of
TeglBtrar Immediately; He has bad
several years' experlenco and 1b thor
oughly competent to fill his position.
Registrar Greer graduated In tho year
roT-191U'-ahd holds an" LL, B. degree.
Ho Is a member of th'o Delta Chi fra
ternity and a resident of Lincoln.
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Instrumental" and Solo Staged DeLiixe.
2nd Floor of Fashion
rtOU are invited to come and spend a
few hours with lis. The Season's
Premier Styles will be exhibited.
YER BROSS CO.
THE STORE AHBAP;
First Aid Class Assists Athletes.
A "first aid to tho injured" class,
composed entirely of, University of In
diana students, will take chargo of
the Injured basketball players in their
coming tournament. One member of
tho class will bo present at each gamo'
and in case of an accident or injury
to a player ho will give any medical
A policy of more sever entrance
examinations resulted In tho failure of
25.7 per cont"of tho applicants, last
Juno, as against 12.7 per cent in 1906.
clock Y. M.
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