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THE DAILY- NEBRASKAN
WANTED A qulot, IndUBtrlous por
Bon to work about flvo hours por
wcok at labollng slldos, otc. Must
have skill enough to uso a no cello or
Jack-knlfo properly. Unlvorelty prices.
Call at room 207 Nobraska Hall.
LOST Solid silver nooktlo pin In
drill lockor room. Flndor ploaso
bring samo to Hag ofllco.
LOST Ono bunch of koys. Commer
cial National Bank Identification
tag on ring. PloaBo hand In at uank,
Itoglstrar's ofllco, or see F. A. Dlotz.
LOST A Mooro'B fountain pon; Bhort,
plain barrel, stub point. Flndor
ploaso roturn to Rag ofllco.
Sunday morning, catsoyo nocklace.
Itownrd. Phono B 3923. 3-0-54
Statement of the Ownership, Manage,
ment, Circulation. Etc.,
. dally at Lincoln, Nobr., required by
tho Act of August 24, 1912.
Editor, Reed B. Dawson, caro Uni
voralty, Station A.
Managing editor, Percy C. Sponcor,
caro Univorslty, Station A.
BusinoBB managor, Frank S. Per
kins, caro Univorslty, Station A.
Publishers, UntvcrBltjr of Nobraska,
Owners: University of Nobraska.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
"and other security holders, holding 1
por cont or more of total amount of
AveragoUumbor of copies ot each
.1B8UO of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through the malls or othof
wIbo, to paid Bubscrlbors during tho
six months procodlng tho dato of thlB
FRANK S. PERKINS,
thls flrat day of April, 1914.
(Seal) Notary Public.
(My commission expires Augugo 3,
University Jeweler and
S. S. SHEAN
1123 O St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solioited
Ajjery special showing
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8IQMA NU FORMAL
AND ANNUAL BANQUET
Formal Held Last Friday Night at
Lincoln HotelAnnual San
Tho Sigma Nu fraternity hold tholp
formal party at thb Lincoln Hotol,
Friday evening with about sixty couplo
prosont. Lislo Klngory and Mabol
AndorBonPFrod Trumbull and Honrl-J
otta Dorlahd led tho grand march.
Tho out-of-town guests for tho formal
woro: Robert Hawley, Otto' Woiso,
Claronco Emb'ko, William Randall,
Honry Wundor, E. J. Jumpor; Homer
Glttlngs, R. S. Hnrt, William KlUIan,
C. J. Lord, Edgar Hawloy, Carlylo
Allen and Ed Cnssldy.
Their banquot was hol'd at the Lin
doll Saturday ovonlng. Hohry Wun
dor jvas -toastmaatoiLJind. toasts wero
given by Fred Trumbull, Arthur Dob
son, George Spoonor and Calvin
Emory. Other alumni members pros
ont In addition to thoso at tho formal
woro Arthur Rosb, Carl Aldrlch, Ralph
7CTd?Ich, u. it. darso, "Hugh Harlan
H. H. Drake, Barton Ehioffor, Roy
Mauor, John Chambers, Bud Ames nud
Mme. Coromllao, who was Miss
Anne Ewlng Cockrell, daughter of
former Senator Cockrell of Missouri,
before her marriage to Eleutherlos
'Coromilas, the former Greek minister
of foreign affairs, with her husband
Is in disfavor In Greece because of her
friendship for the late king and his
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT ".
NOW" SLYNXIE LATE8T
Canine "Lynx" Joins the Other Miss.
Ing Hounds Where, O Where
Is He Gone?
"Has anybody hofro soon Rover?" Is
tho Silver Lynx cry those days. Only
"Rover" In this case 1b a big lemon
colored bulldog called "Slynxio." Ho
la tho original "miBSing link."
Tho Lynx boys thought thoy would
bo In stylo along with tho Sigma Nub
and tho Betas, so thoy forked over
tho necessary "mazuma" and bought
tho big yollow boy. But ho gracod
tho halls of tho northern bearcat less
than a weok. Sunday ho went out for
a stroll and has slnco refused to al
low himself to be seen. Some say tho
big Canadian silver lynx tho boys
have ecratohod ''Lynxlo's", turned-up
black noso. Anyway, ho hasn't como
back. If you boo ono ot tho boys walk
ing about with a woebegone look you
Will know what Is tho matter. He has
lost his dog,
GOV. 0. B. COLQUITT
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Governor Colquitt of Texas who re
.cently declared that If the Washing
ojigovernmont did not takesteps to
protect the borders of Texas from the
raids of Mexicans, he would use the
Texas rangers for that purpose.
TK6 third English Club play will bo
given next Saturday. Tho play, "Be
yond, was written Hy an undorgradu
ato. It Is a ono-act drama, with a
rathojr complex plot, both omotional
and psychological. Tho scono Is laid
in Arabia, and tho play Is interesting
-Six-coses of-scarlot'-f evor-havo""de
volojotL within, Uio JaaJLtatt .day.s.at
Illinois Univorslty, and several now
cases soom to bo developing. Tho
students are warned to use tho great
est precautions to ward off tho dis
ease Notices havo boon sent out to
tho effect that students do not visit
with students who are 111. u
MISS ELEANOR WILSON
Miss Eleanor Randolph Wilson,
youngest daughter of President Wil
son, whose engagement to William Q.
McAdod, secretary of the treasury,
was officially .announced by the presi
dent and Mrs. Wilson. The date of
;the wedding has not been announced.
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During: tha remaining weeks o the. school year
tho Daily Nebraskan will issue several special num
bers in supplement form. It has beon tho custom
in previous years for various school organizations
to ask tho management of tho Daily Nebraskan
. to allow ono issue of the paper to a certain organi
zation. These special issues have always been suc
cessful from tho editorial standpoint but nearly
always a financial burden to . the paper. In the
future special editions will bo issued in supplement
onirniy7asn:ms - iirotnxd -
get news and advertising matter into shape and
will not cause a delay in the issue of the daily
During the next five weeks several special
editions will be issued as follows :
GIRL'S NUMBER early in May.
PHARMACEUTICAL NUMBER second AtfeeSTin"
Other EDTTTONSjwill bo arrnngedJtor-duHhtho
next few weeks.
Heads of organizations contemplating a special
edition as in previous years will kindly consult
with tho business manager.
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