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THE DAILY NE BR AS KAN
Mon., Tues. & Wed., April 13-14-15
CHAS. MACK & COMPANY
"DOLLY OF THE DAILIES"
"THE CHINESE FAN"
"THE NIGHT RIDERS OF
Three Shows Dally 2-7-9 p. m.
Matinee All Seats 10c. Night 15c
Thurs., Frl. & Sat.,. April 16-17-18
MR. GEORGE DAMEREL
"THE KNIGHT OF THE AIR"
KELBY & POLLOCK
DEMAREST & CHABOT "
Mat. Dally at 2:30. Prices 15 & 25c
Night 8: 15. Prices 15, 25, 35, 50,75c
All men lntercstod In commercial
work are urged to attend a meeting
to be held at 7:30 this evening in U.
102 -for -the purpose-of-orgnnizing a
And Wednesday, Matinee. & Night
LITTLE LOST SISTER
Mats 25c. Night 50c, 35c & 25c
Mr7Vm7 "WIn"lon6T tho lnmKF olllcw
of the Mutual Benefit, Newark, N. J.,
will -address the Insurance class in U.
202 at 9:00 o'clock Wednosday morn
ing. This is the second of a series
of five lectures by insurance men
planned for this class, the first having
been given Borne time ago by the stato
commissioner of insurance, L. G.
The Students' ChomicoJ Club will
meet Wednesday evening In the Chom-
istry lecturo room at 7:30 o'clock.
The following program will be given:
iSugars , . .flnraldinn KauffmanJ
The Electron Theory of Valence. .
?:.'. G. E. Lewis
Fixation of Nitrogen. .. .Ruth O'Brien
People We Know.
Ruth Dore of Omaha is visiting
friends in Lincoln.
Mario Jenkins of Omaha Is in the
Ella Millar of Koarnoy spent the
vceknmd-in the Capitnld
Mr. Otto Wieso of Laramie, Wyo.,
who has been visiting his Sigma Nu
brothers and friends in Lincoln, re-
Turned lib qioye"B torn ay. Mir View
Is an export chomiat in the pfilco of
tho State Pure Food Department.
Miss ITelen Dinsmore, '13, who is
an instructor in tho high school at
Harvard, Nobr., spent Saturday and
Sunday at her homo In Lincoln.
Thornburg's Orchestra, B 2556.
German Dramatic Club Tryouts.
Tryouts for membership in tho Ger
man Dramatic Club will be held in tho
Temple on April 29th. Candidates
may obtain furthTTr information from
The College of Agriculture will play
tho School of Agriculture' this after
noon at 4:00 o'clock. Candidates for
Hie tlrst team will repbrtnit3T307
Tho sixtlr annual dinner was re
cently held at Iowa armory, in which
over a thousand students participated.
Many prominent speakers were on tho
toast list and all of the spoeches were
-interesting, nntl wnw rppHvotl with
great applause. A ton-minuto trav
elogue stunt was ono of tho main
features of the entertainment. In this
were shown many Important and In
teresting university views. Tho Girls'
Glee Club made its Initial appearance
and they made a splendid showing.
Tho menu was ono of tho most elabor
ate ever offered at any univorsity func
tion. All of tho fraternities and so
roritiesras vellaB somo of the clubs
around town, closed their tables, on
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ULIfCn I nCAl till DAILY MATINEES
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are alwayB the best
-Wo torve hot and xrcld
drinkB all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
. Southwest Corner 14th O Street
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
11S O St. Yellow Front
I Tour Patronage Solicited
-Tennis Goods and
Lee- Slotted Throat,
1032 O St.
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Boom, Oafoteria; Plan
(Mty Y. M. 0. A. 13th ft P
MEIER DRUG CO.
18 End 0 VtrMta
A bouncing boy, weighing eight
pounds, was born recently to Mrs.
Richard Derby, formerly Mies Ethel
Roosevelt. This Is one of her latest
Tho preliminary tryoutSfor the in
tercollegiate debating team will bo
held on MayOth and tho finals on May
lGth. At the first tryouts from twelve
to fourteen men will bo 'choseij, de
pending on the number of entries,
The question -will be "Resolved, That
tho report of the Panama Canal Tolls
Act iB justifiable." This Is not the
question that -will be dlBcussed next
year. Owing to tho fact that tho "Uni
versity League closed, ite jBoven-year
agreement, this year, tho. new question
will ."hot bjQ known till a new agree
ment Is reached, probably In the mid
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, Ex-President of the United States
ADLAI E. STEVENSON, LL.D. ELGIN R. L. GOULD, LL.D.
Ex-Vice President of. the United States Ex-Ohamberlain of City of New York
EHiN-HrFINL-BY, LL.D. KffiEiBEitTHDHWARi!IELBrIiIirD;
State Commissioner of Education, New York President of Lafayette College
DAVID STARR JORDAN, LL.D. EDWARD J. WHEELER, Litt. D.
Ex-President Leland Stanford Jr. University Editor of "Current Opinion"
The Current Opinion Scholarship Fund wns organized to provide a dignified means
of employment to college students.
The" Scholarship Fund is now in tho sixth year of itr successful career. During tho
past five years it has enabled over 1,000 students in colleges and universities all over 'the
country to earn money for their college education. It oftcrs to self-supporting students
non-competitive, non-forfeitablc scholarships or cash ranging in value from $300" to $900
per yean - - ; -
The Scholarship Fund is endorsed by college presidents and educators all, over Jbhe
country, as may be seen from tho eminent men constituting the Scholarship Committee.
Current Opinion Scholarship Fund
" 134-140 West 20th St., JSTew York City.
If you are interested drop me a postal at Station A.
, :;': -xi V"-. . R- L. RANKIN,
;ri- chief Student Representative.
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