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THE DAILY NIBRABEAN
Thur. kr;, 8at. April 30-31, May i
"THE QUEEN OF DAJCE,"
EVA.TAYLOR AND COlflPANY
MADGE P. MAITLAYD
ARMSTRONG AND F )RD
LE ROY AND MORA Gymnasts
Mat. Dally at 2:30. Prlceo 15 & 25
Night 8:16. Prices 15, 25, rF0.75
Thurs., Frl., Sat.r April 30-31r May 1
"""THE FOUR HARM0NI8TS
Vocalists and Instrumentalists
ALDRO & MITCHELL
SETTING THE STYLE
Three 8hows Dally 2, 7 & 9
MAT. All Seats 10c NIGHT 15c
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
iS. S. SHEAN
11M 0 St. Yellow Freat
Tow Patronage Solicited
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Thrco-ycar course loading to deprec of
Doctor of Law (J. D.), which, by the
Quarter system, may bo complotod In two
and one-fourth calendar years. College
education required for regular admission,
one year of law being counted toward col
lxgodcgrce. taw Hbrary-of 89,000 volumesr
The Summer Quarter offers special op
portunltles to students, teachers, and
First term 1914, June 15-July 22
Second term July 23-August 28
Courses open In all Departments of tho
University during tho Summer Quarter.
For Announcement address
DEAN OF LAW SCHOOL, THE UNI
VERSITY OF CHICAGO
Call Tel. B-2-3-I-I
Cleaners Preiser Dyers
333 N. 12th St. ,
try the Y M. O. A, Lnnek
Room, Cafeteria Plan
ty Y. M. 0. A. 18th & P
MEIER DRUG CO.
18 and O Street!
All departments wishing to be rep
resented In the Interdepartment Base
ball League are requested to have
their representative confer with Coach
Stlehm at once.
Senior Hop at Capital Beach, May
2. Opening danco of the season at
tho Beach. Proceeds to bo applied
to tho purchase of a class gift. Tickets
may bo obtained from tho following
persons: Q. V. Tunks, chairman;
Fred Trumbull, master of ceremonies;
Bob Flory, Ralph Wagnor, Geraldlno
Grey, and Elizabeth Hydo.
Thoro will bo a meeting, of the
Architectural Engineers Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in room 208,
M. A. Election of officers for tho com
ing semester; also dopo on baseball
team will bo handed ouL All momberflJ
aro urged to bo present. A collection
1b requested and expected from those
members who have not as yet paid
their assessment for the CornhuBkor.
Grand Treasurer 1914.
Tho Pan-Hellenic danco will bo hold
May 15th at the Auditorium.
All men desiring to file as candi
dates for tho election of student mom
bora of tho University Athletic Board
must do so by 12 o'clock, May 4th, at
my office. DR. R- G. CLAPP,
- Secretary-Athletic Board.
Ivy Day Committees.
All Ivy Day committees will meet
in U. 10G at 1 p. m., Thursday.
Engineering Inspection Trip.
Excuses from Classes To Insure
that oxcusob will bo granted for ab
sence from classes on account of tho
Inspection trfiTTMay 1 anH 2)7stu"
dents must conform to the following
1. Registor in the office of tho dean
(M. 204) not later than noon of Thurs
day, April 30.
2. Bo present at tho various roll
calls during tho trip.
3. Apply to Dean Engborg for ex
cuso, not earlier than noon of Mon
day, May 4. O. V. P. STOUT.
Tho Cornhuskor has two ?25.00 duo
bills for sale on two of Lincoln's lead
ing tailors for $20.00 each. Hero's a
chanco to mako $5.00 on a good suit
of clothes. Apply at Cornhuskor
ofQco of business manager.
Mr. Franklin Mann of Omaha, gen
oral agent of tho Northwestern Mutual
Life fhsuranoo Company, will address
tho Insurance class on "Reserves,"
Friday morning at 9:00- o'clock, in
room U. 1U3: :
Student Council convention meets
Tuesday, -May 5, 11:00 a. m., Law 202.
SAM S, GRIFFIN, Chairman.
Tho Pharmaceutical Society wfll
have a special meeting this afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Plans for Pharmacy
"Week will bo submitted for final dls
cusBlon. Bo there! It's Important!
REX V. BIXBY, President.
i Commercial Club.
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho Com
mercial Club on Thursday evening
(tonight) at 7:3b o'clock In room 102.
Repprts will bo made by tho commit
tee appointed at tho last mooting and
tho -w.ork of tho club for tho remainder
of tho semester will bo outlined. It
Ready the day you pick them
is urged that all students interested'
The seminar of agricultural teach
ers will meet in U Hall 102, Monday,
May 4, at 8 p. m. Huldah Peterson
will dlsouss "Boys and GlrlB' Clubs."
Bvoryono interested is urged to bo
At the Magnet.
"Paid in Full," tho tremendous five
season theatrical success which en
joys a rocord run on Broadway, New
York, has beon adapted into scenario
form and under tho dlroction of Au
gustus Thomas of tho All Star Feature
Corporation has beon produced in a
five-part picture of powerful strength.
-Tullyjtfarshalk tho. originator of tho
character of tho young husband, Joe
Brooks; William Rlloy Hatch, who
plays Captain Williams, tho rugged
old reprobate, and ITattlo Russell in
tho part of Mrs. Harris, aro of tho
original Broadway cast. Supported by
a most unusual cast of favorite play
ers, theso artists have been persuaded
to again appear in tholr old roles fjr
tho camera and aro to bo-seen In the
"Paid in Full" w,IU bo shown at tho
Magnet Tuesday, Wednesday and
From star nebula to perfection
shown in photo-drama at tho Oliver
Theatre afternoon and evening. Fas
cinating, beautiful and instructive.
"Worth a year in college," so Bay
many. Part one' shown Monday and
Tuesday to enthusiasiio audiences,
and will run for thti last'timo Wed
nesday afternoon and evening. Part
two, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
All seats f reo. At 3 and 8 p. m.
WANTED University student to do
light chores for room. Call at 434
North 17th St., between 12:30 and
1;30, Friday or Saturday.
LOST Gold watch; initials A. R.;
name on Inner case. Reward. Chargo
of Rag office.
Kif i vunTcvcrru to
out-Kensington Suits and Over
coats for Spring in refined styles
and thoroly dependable quali
ties. If you're in need of clothes or clothes
counsel, why not consider this live
store in the same light as you would
any other professional-Doctor, Law
yer or Banker.
Selling correct apparel for gentlemen
TBonrprofesBionandve,re specialists at it. Our
aim vitn every customer is not to secure present
profit but rather permanent patronage. Thus
by coming to us you will always be sure of getting
what iVBesTfor you. --
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLYCO.
II T SOUTH TWELFTH
The Artists Way, Take a Lesson Every Day.
OpfllfOP To our students is our highest aim
1" Km I lit hnest Qnc ar business dealings with
Wfcill llvli everyone, our guide.-
Eighteen artists, mostly all imported from" New York "and'
abroad because of their up-to-date methods and high starid
ing as teachers and artists. No expense has or will be spared
in securing artists of the highest proficiency.
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