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THUR., FRI., 3AT. MAY 7, 8, 9
"CHA8. YULE, FRED MUNIER
,TUDER CAMERON A JOHNNY
GRACE CARLI8LE and
JULIA NASH & CO.
PARILLO & FRABITO,
Mat Dally at 2!30. PrlCQt 1BA25(
Night 8:15. Prlcei16,25,S3,0,75t
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Graham, was delightful. Hor work
also showed great ilnlBh, but tho moBt
noticeable part of hor Interpretation
was tho pervading sweotness and girl
lsh charm that she was able to Infuse
Into tho character. "Dotty" Is ono of
tho boBt things Mlss Precco has evor
done In University dramatics.
Perhaps noxt after the two princi
ples, Dwight Griswold as the irrepres
sible Trncey Tanner ought to bo men
tlonod. He may havo had a part that
MON., TUES., WED. MAY 4, 5, 6
CHAS. DEAN & CO.
in 7rA Romance of the Prize" Ring"
8COTT & 8TONE
Vocalists and Dancers
"The Tattoo Mark"
"A Dream of the Circus'
"Hearst-Sellg Semi-Weekly News"
Three Shows Dally 2, 7 & 9
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fit tod him especially woll, but tho fact
remains that ho filled it especially
well. The part of Tracey is a minor
part, but it stands out almost as vivid
ly as either of the leads because of
tho work of Mr. Griswold.
Guy Williams had a hard part to
fill in tho character of Sam Graham,
tho lovable old inventor, who had been
a failure at pretty nearly everything.
His work was always sincere and his
voice was woll suited to the part.
Hugh Agor was a very convincing
Harry Kellogg. Practically the only
make up in serious acting what his
part lacked in comedy situations. Ho
accomplished this in a most satisfac
Isabel Cooiib and Vivien Cleaver
were very good in the role of small
town society bolleB. Miss Coons espe
cially had some very hard work in the
Try Our Luncheonettes
They aro always the beat
We serv hot and oeld
drinks all winter lorn.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O Street
scene In which she proposes to'Nntt
which Hhe handled with remarkable
Nell Brown as Pote Willing, Charles
Epperson as Mr. Lockwood, and Frank
Kruso ns George Burnhnm were all
good In character parts. Wherever
they were given a chance they dis
played ability and finish.
Emmett Dunaway as Mr. Sperry and
Orvlllo Chatt as Roland Barnotte were
both excellent In their parts.
Julius Harpham, F. J. Chase, Harold
DIejs and A. B. Coleman filled the
minor parts in a way that left nothing
to be desired. v
You are the fellows
whe run things????
Why don't you run
"down here and pick"
out one of ..our-nifty.
The following men have filed as can
didates for tho election of student
members to the University. Athletic
Board. The election will bo held in
tho Gymnasium, May 11th, between
the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p.m.,
and from 1:30 p. m. to 4:30 p.'m.:
Kenneth C. Fouts.
H. H. Goetze.
Earl Hawkins. -
H. S. Reese.
W. B. Sadilek.
U. L. Temple.
O. H. Zumwinkel.
DR. R. G. CLAPP.
Secretary Athletic Board.
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On Ivy Day and other spring
outing occasions your enjoy
ment will be made more or less com
plete according as you are appropri
For ,such events we suggest
full or quarter lined in tasteful grays
or more subdued blues. We have some
that are revelations in smart style at!
$22.50 and $25. Other go6d ones at $17
Palm Beach Suits and odd trousers
are being called for they'll be popu
lar for golf, tennis, and general
campus wear with the young fellows
this spring ; inexpensive too$81r$t0r
Caps Negligee Shirts 50c (pure thread
silk hose to go with your new Oxfords
Smart effects in spring neckwear, etc.,
always, the new things are here first.
"T " ' " fi v v 1 F "
Are you the man I want? The
follow who is not tffrald to work,
who has a good appearance and
who has confidence In himself
can make a pot of money this
summer. Our average man
cleared $600.00 last summer. This
is no "get-rich-quick" scheme,
but a straight-forward business
proposition backed by ono of the
$ most reliable firms In the coun- -$-
try. If you've got the nerve and
push to "do things" and If thy
Df hands Itcheth for the coin of the
realm, come around to see me
any time Wednesday afternoon at --
tho Lincoln Hotel. If you can't
come, then write mo a letter
about yourself addressed to 517
South 11th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
HUGH V. HARLAN, State Mana-
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ENGINEERS CAUGHT IN
THEIR PRANK BV POLICE
Whistle Blew Long and Fierce at
Convocation Time Many Won
dered What Was Up.
.QfiT A tnn pnpHn rnlnnnnt In nhfttn.
Lab., Tuesday afternoon. Please re
turn same to Rate office. 5-7-61
T.ngT A Thotn rtnUn Phj pin jn.
Spring Suits at
9.50 12,50 14,50
1132 0 Street
or please return to Rag office. 5-7-00
WANTED University student to do
light chores for room. Call at 434
North 17th St., betweon 12:30 and
1:30, Friday or Saturday.
There was great anxiety and con
sternation at about eleven o'clock yes
terday on the campus when some of
our engineers blew their whistle.
Through ono of the windows of the
Mechanical Engineering building the
steam of the whistle was finding its
way and many wondered if there was
not a fire that caused the frightened
men in that department to blow the
piercing, ear drum Wasting shriek.
Tho joke was on the engineers though
when the city police department patrol
automobile stopped near the campus
and tho officers Investigated the source
of tho noise.
The energetic engineers have been
making quite a week of It and this is
but one of their many pranks.
It's all saU when
Send It To
FOR RENT Ten-room house at 1748
B St. Will redecorate for fraternity
or sorority; leased. First Trust Co.
FOUND Dramatic Club pin. Call at
"Rag" office. 5-3-03
FOUND Watch, fob seal on Twelfth
and R Sts. Call at Rag office 5-6-3
MEN wanted for summer work. Wo
have men now going to the Unlvor
slty -who have made from $300 to $900
clear for last summer. Call any time
at the Stanley, 1302 Q St., room 4, sec
ond floor. Ask for C. Miller.
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