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TAILORS OF QUALITY
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1S8 No. nth SL
The zoological seminar wan reorgan
ized at a meeting Monday evening.
The membership of the seminar Is
made up of faculty members in the
department and graduate students.
Advanced students in the department
alto have the privilege of attending
the meetings but take no part At
the meeting Monday evening Dr.
Whitney discussed some of his work
on "sex determination la rotifers."
The program for the ye;ir la prac
University Girls Who Are
Presenting Purpose of YWCA
Prof. H. B. Latimer of the Depart
ment of Zoology and Anatomy, Is ab
sent on leave this year taking his Ph.
D. degree at the University of Minne
sota and also has a research appoint
ment on the faculty or that Univer
stly. D. S. Brazda is taking his place
on the University of Nebraska faculty.
Alfred Reese, '20, Nebraska Rhodes
scholar, has arrived In England,
where he will enter the Lincoln Col
lege at Oxford University. He sailed
to England with thirty-two other
Rhodes scholars on the steamship
Aquitania. Russell Teters of Omaha,
former Cornell man, won the scholar
ship this year.
Brogue Oxfords wear well if you
get them at The Bootery.
LOST Friday, between Bessey build
ing and Ellen Smith Hall, a key J
ring with 4 keys. Return, to Stu-1
c'.rnt Activities office. It
STOLEN Person who took text and j
note books from paper rack in
basement of U Hall, return to Stu
dent Activities office and avoid
FOR SALE Gibson masxiolin and
case, as good as new, worth $75, '
will take ?40. Call LS219. 5t j
LOST Uncut cameo sterling ladies'!
ring; lost on campus. Return to
Student Activities office. 2t j
LOST A patent leather baz in Social !
Science building. Finder piease re
turn to The Nebraskan office. It
WILL the one who stole my brief
case please mail me the notes con
tained therein, your welcome to the
brief case if you need it only please
return the notes. Box 1115, Station
LOST Black loose lea'f note book,
containing law cases, cast side
Museum. Return to Student Ac
tivities office. It
Lily Bischop, pianist, parties, etc.
LILY BISCHOP, pianist, parties, etc.
SOUTHERN RAGG-A-JAZZ at the
LINCOLN HOTEL. Saturday. Oc
tober 30. 31
,OST A Sigma Nu sister pin some
where between the Law building
and the Alpha Phi house or between
the latter and the city Y. M. C. A.
Finder please return to Student j
All people selling tickets for the
Big and Little dinner to be given at
the Ellen Smith Hall Thursday at ti
o'clock are requested to turn their
extra tickets- in to Miss Selieck or to
a member of the Senior Advisory
Board by Wednesday noon.-
The one hundred girls, whose names
appear In the following list began,
last evening, their work of present
ing personally the Christian purpose
of Y. W. C. A. to each girl of the
Uavida Van Guilder
Ada St id worthy
Estln. r Marshall
A i eta Roberts
Fiances Seltz ' '
Mida Vesta Summers
Marjurie liar. man
l'.ei nice El well
Huri iette Buggers
rhillip II. Fuller, "9G, of Hastings,
is running for district judge1 in the
Tenth judicial district.
The engagement of Ernest Danly,
11, to Miss Esther Cady has recently
been announced. Both are of Hastings.
George H. Giles, '17, is principal of
the Fort Calhoun (Nebraska) high
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G Johnson.
08, of Chicago, called at t. e alumni
I. FT Stafford's Peerless Orca
Graham. Uai's master saxophosttst.
Dr. F. A. Wells, '01, of Axiell. wa
a caller at the alumni office. Dr.
Wells has a 6on in the University.
Social engajrements require an
abundance of pretty and
dainty things to wear.
To be prepared for all occasions
send your garments to us at
regular intervals. Our work
. is of the highest class. Our
service is prompt and our
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Honry Currier, of the telephone
company at Omaha, and A. G. Hamel.
in the forestry service at West Cliff,
Col., relumed to the University for
ti'.e first time since their graduation
in 1909. They were here for Home
Margaret Haughawot, '0J, and Mrs.
Pearl Younger Burns, '01, both of
Geneva, were here for Homecoming
day. The former is president of the
tillmore county alumni club.
Frances Gettys, '18. of University
Place, has returned from the Pacific
coast where she spent the summer as
manager and Boloist with the "Sym
phonic Sextette." She is registered
for graduate work in the University
this year but will do concert work
again next summer.
Dr. S. A. Mahood, '10, who has been
in charge of research on the chemis
try of wood cellulose and essential
oils at the U. S. Forest Products labo
ratory. University of Wisconsin, for
the past three years 'has lesigned to
become associate professor in charge
of organic chemistry at Tulane Uni
versity. New Orleans. The Mahoods
made the trip from Madison to New
Orleans by auto; they motored from
Madison, Wis., to Lincoln for the
alumni reunion In June.
Ida Roberts, 17, is a member of
the faculty at KImbaU, Neb.
Zoe NIms. '08, is at ber home In
University Place this year. She has.
for the past several years, been teach
ing in BEllnga, Mont
Dorothy Hippie. '21, his returned
fior.i a weekend visit at Omaha.
Wilder Bliikcsleq. r2, spenL the
week-end at his home ij Fremont.
Ro"ocr;a Spain, '2 4. Katherine
Seiuio. '24, Ruth Miller. 24, rjonm.
McDonald, '24, and Frances Burt, "24,
..)itnt ;lie weekend in Omaha.
Gwendolyn Damerill, '21, who spent
i.svenu days in Hastings, lias return
ed to school.
Helen Griese, '24, is back from Har-;
vard where she spent several days.
Mrs. E. F. Howe of Omaha wes a
guest of her daughter, Helen Howe, j
at ihe Delta Gamma house, during the
Ruth Kadle, '23 returutd Mcnday
f;riu Omaha, where she spent tne
end of the week.
Helen Woods, '24, lis back from
Plattsmouth, where she spent stverai
Davida Van Guilder. 'IS, returned
Sunday from a visit at Hastings.
Merle Adams, '24, spent the week
end in Lebanon, Kans.
Paul H. Thompson, '22. left Mon
day for his home at Bloomington to
participate in the election Tuesday on
the county seat question in Franklin
Worth McDonald, '21, visited rela- j
lives in Omaha Sunday and Monday.
Willard Veino, 24, visited relatives
in Omaha Sunday and Monday.
Louis Weymuller returned Monday
from a three-day visit with relatives
Miss Irene Holston, '22, returned
Monday from a visit with relatives at
Miss Laura Eisenhart, '22. "was a
week-end visitor at Culbertson.
John A, Cejnar, 21. was ir Omaha
the first of the week.
Sterling Holston. '24, was a week
end visitor at Lis home in Trenton.
Nobel Hagen, '24. vsiited relatives
at Trenton over the week-end.
Sergeants William F. Sullivan and
Jesse Jones have reported for duty
with the Military department Both
men were with the A. E. F. in Siberia.
Sergeant Sullivan comes from the
Thirty-second Infantry whCe Sergeant
Jones was formerly a member a
machine gun company In the Twenty-seventh.
Marie Gale, 17, Is teaching this
year at Tucson, Aria. The majority
of her pupils are foreigners.
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