The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, May 23, 1914, Image 4

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BOOKS!
ForGraduates -which
means everything
from a gra'diTating
booklet at 20 cents to
a fine leather bound
Set at $20:00.
THE LINCOLN BOOKSTORE
ANOKAJf
ARRClW.
MCOLLAR
Cluctti l'eabodr uo. lao. MnKcr
Wisconsin.
Tho present system of fratornlty
ruBhlng spring rushing has fallon in
grent disfavor with the fratornlty men
of Wisconsin University, They con
tend that It tonds to causo freshmen
as wall as fratornlty men to got bo
hind in tholr studies at an Important
tlmo of tho year. They favored fall
jhlng-tmatvlmouBlyi T-lioy woultLnoL
return to tho old system, howovor, but
established a better mothod. It was
suggested that rushing come about
Thanksgiving tlmo and Initiation
about at tho beginning of the second
semester. All wero in favor of schol
astic roqulromonts from freshmen bo
foro Initiation.
SIMMONS THE PRINTER
Good Printing .
317 S. 12th St. Tel. B-2319
1914 Senior Commencement
Announcements in
ASTOR TEXT
The Latest Style of Engraving
4c
EACH
We sell direct to the Student. Why not have
the LATEST STYLE of Engraving?
GEORGE BROTHERS
ENGRAVERS
J. F. THOMPSON
U. of N. '13
Gonoral Agont for Lincoln and
Vicinity
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE
CO.
Inquiro about ono of those poll--cios
which-contttiu-a-Hotftl-dlsftblU
Ity" provision.
Walsh Block, 141 8outh 13th
Office Hours .12 to 1;30 P. M.
B 3465 Room 14
Typewriters Rented
ALL MAKES
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLYCO.
117 SOUTH TUELFTH
DEVELOP YOUR BUSINESS CAPACITY
by special work in
BUSINESS TRAINING
You can arrange for work to suit your convonlonco
THE
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
is fully accredited by tho National Association of Accredited Commer
cial Schools, and oiTerB tho best to bo had in equipment, courses and
Instructors.
Elegant New Home, 14th and P Sts.,
1 at-Corner East of RltyY. M. C. A.
B6774
The Artists Way, Take a Lesson Every Day.
O W WM IIAP To our students is our highest aim
i" K' if Hit1 honest and fair business dealings with
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E. C. BIGGER, Pres.
W. N. WATSON, V. Pres.
W. A. ROBBIN8, 8Jc'y
eryonOj-our guide.
INSTRUCTORS
Eighteen artists, mostly all imported from New York and
-abroadbecause oi their up-to-date methods and high stand
ing as teachers and artists. No expense lias or wilTbe spared
in securing artists of the highest proficiency.
Send for booklet
which will fully con
vince you that we
can give you a full year's accomplishment in ono term of ten
weeks when measured by other school's methods.
In all its branches is
taught with the" every day
method.
II M MM P Our name is not borrowed from any other
N Unit institution. We get all our prestige by our
high standards, good service and artist
instructors. Send for Catalog.
NEVA TERm JUST STARTING
ADVANCEMENT
MUSIC
LINCOLN-MUSICU-COLLEGE
OLIVER BUILDING.
University May Festival
"II TROVATORE," Sat. May, 23
Temple Theatre - Prices 25c and 50c
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
Oliver Theatre. Monday, May 25
-Matine and Night, Student 'I'lckcts-$iT50rGood-for-both-Conccrtg-
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