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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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r Evary Loyal University Student
It urged to patronize these Ne
braskan advertisers, and to men
tlon the paper while doing so.
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Lincoln Candy Kitchen.
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Palaco Clothing Co.
Spolor & Simon.
Capital Grocery Co.
Collins Ice Cream Co.
Cincinnati Shoe Store.
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CO-EDS ELECT HILLS
VOTE OF QIRL8 DECIDING FAC
TOR IN SENIOR CONTEST.
COLLEGE ALL SPLIT BALLOTS
ENQINEER8 AND ACADEMIC8 DID
NOT HOLD TO LINE8.
Baker Lost by Vote of 101 to 72, Con
siderably Less Percentage of
Total Than Had Been Ex
pected He Would Receive.
. By a voto ot 101 to 72 Blmor W.
Hlljs was olocted prosldont of the
senior class yesterday morning. Ivan
Bakor, tho losing candldato, recolvod
tho support of a good proportion of
tho engineers but ho could not over
come tho load of Hill's porsonnl popu
larlty and strength with all sections
of tho class.
Tho voto of tho co-eds was tho win
ning factor for Hills. Tho glrlB of
tho class turned out in largo num
bods and tholr votos wont to Hills
by a vory largo percentage. A fow
very ' probably voted for Bakor, but
tho engineering candldato received
tho most of his support from his
own college. His support there was
not by any moans unanimous, how
ever. HIUb exceeded tho expectations of
his supporters in tho total voto. It
had boon expected that tho voto
would bo considerably closer. A
week ago tho olection might havo
boon safely concodod to Hills by a
majority such as ho actually got, but
within tho past fow dayB thoro seem
ed to havo been a rovorsal of fooling
hi certain quarters which promlsod
to make tho contest very close.
Girls Did It.
Had the mooting been hold as
scheduled Tuesday, Hills might have
lost. Tho Btormy .weather would
havo provented tho attendance of
the girls, who were his Bolid support
ers. With tho postponement of tho
meeting Hills probably settled his
chanco of winning. Ho secured, In
O TIWUUIW, Lit. S!
addition to the solid girls' vote, the
voto of a numbor of engineers and con
siderable moro than half of tho votes
of tho academic and law schools.
Tho meeting was called to order
by President Matteson nt 11:50, im
mediately after tho adjournment of
tho ingular convocation, which hold
past Its allotted hour. Nominating
speeches wore made by F. N. Wild
lsh for Hills and by J. B. Harvey for
Baker. Both men dwelt on the por
ponal popularity of their candidates
Want - Ads
A'dvartiBomenta for the waaat ad
column should be left at tho business
office, basement Administration Bids.,
between 10 a. m. and 12 m., or be
tween 2 p. m. and 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all order for
want ads, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for the first inser
tion; three Insertions 25 cents; five
Insertions 40 cents.
Due bill, for sale on on up-to-date
tailor, at 25 per cent discount See
Nobraskan manager. 63dh-tf
LOST A Konfel & Esser slide rule
In leather case on R between 12th and"
25th sts. Finder please return to No
braskan office. R. L. Cochran.
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WANTED A lady roommate, 445
Ndrth 13th St. 3t-84-46
nml Wildlsh spolto specially of Hills'
ability as an oxecutlvo.
Hills' Good Record.
President- elect Hills has a good
rocord in hiB membership in various
organisations of the school. Ho Is a
member of tho Innoconts, Phi Alpha
Tnu, Phi Delta Phi, Y. M. C. A., inter
collpgiate debating , squad. Ho was
last ytnr a lieutenant of Co. B, and
of the Porshlng Rifles, and president
of the Hawkoyb club. This year he
is preuldent of the Y. M. C. A. and
of the Pallndlan socitoy. His homo
la at Sidney, la., and ho is taking a
fix-year law course.
DRAKE 8TRIKE8 AGAIN
(Continued from Pane 1)
Saturday evenings whon tho gophers
will visit this city. '
Walsh rf Drako
Wood. Schmidt... If Vorploog
Petrashek, Perry. .c Wlttor,
Boll rg Taylor
Ingorsoll If Scharnburg
Goals from field: Walsh, 3; Wood,
2; Boll! Witter, 5; Taylor, 3;' CavO,
3. Froo goalB from fouls: WalBh,
3; Taylor, 2. Umpire: Hackett.
Frat Meet Tonight.
Tonight the big fraternity indoor
athletic meet will bo held in the ar
mory. All arrangements havo been
completed for tho games and It Is
expected that one of tho most ex
citing contests of the local Boason
will be pulled off.
Six fraternities have entered men
In tho events. Tho lists wore com
pleted yesterday aftornoon. Tho price
of admission for tho contest tonight
Will bo 25 cents. Tho games will be
gin at 7:30 o'clock.
The lists of entrloB Is as follows:
. Twonty-flvo yard dash Fleming,
DavlB, Alpha Thota Chi; D. D. Bell,
Swnnson, Beta; Collins, Minor, Au
gust Schmidt, Delta Upsllon; Stanley,
Thomas, Wilson, Phi Gamma Delta;
Bcntley, McDonald, Slaughter, Phi
Kappa Psl; Reed, Campbell, Flower,
Alpha Tau Omega.
Shot put Fleming, Boul, Pool, Al
pha Thota Chi; ColllnB, Minor, Delta,
Upsllon; Temple, Chain, Phi Kappa
Psl; Hart, Wilson, S. Bell, Beta;
Bowers, Runner, Alpha Tau Omega.
High Jump McGogy, Alpha Tau
Omega; Davis, Fleming, Pool, Alpha
YOUNG & VAN TINE
134 NORTH I2TH
Programs, Menus, In
ThoUi Chi; Russell, Minor, Delta
upsllon; Slaughter, Bontley. Phi
Kappa Psi; Rhoades, Beta.
Rope climb Reed, Reddish, Hutch
ison, Alpha Tau Omega; Purcell,
Wallace, Davis, Alpha Thota Chi;
Minor, Schmidt. Delta Unsllon: H. O.
Boll, Palmer y Beta; Slaughter, Bent-'
ley, Phi Kanpa Psl.
High kick Fleming, Alpha Thota
Chi; Russell, Delta Upsllon; Lloyd.
Chain, Ferguson, Phi Kappa Psi.
Fence vault Chain, Phi Kappa
Psi; H. O. Boll, Beta; Schmidt. Delta
Upsllon; Davis, Alpha Theta Chi.
Polo vault Russell, Delta Unsllon-
Davis, Alpha Theta Chi.
Tug of war Temple, Clark, Mur
phy, Johnson, Chain, McDonald, Phi
Kappa Psl; Collins, Minor, Schmidt,
Art Jones, Bailey, Carey, Delta Up
sllon; Bowers, Hutchison', Camp
boll, Johnson, McGogy, Hutchinson,
Alpha Tau Omega; Fleming, Pool,
Buol, Robertson, Wallace, Alpha The
President Eliot of Harvard makes
a vigorous and thoughtful defense of
women teachers against the reiterat
ed charge that they aro "feminizing"
tho American boy, He probably ret
grets, with other college presidents,
that the feminizing process has not
gono further, so far as It concerns
many of his students, as, for Instance,
those who painted old John Harvard's
statue red 'and the others of lady-like
demeanor who initiated fellow stu
dents by branding them. 'with burn
Magee & Deemer
A Magnificent Display of
WHITE PLEATED DRESS SHIRTS
For the past year thoro has been a rapidly Increasing demand for
white pleated Shirts; so much so that It has been hard to keep stocks
complete. We now havo on display our complete spring showing all
the different popular styles and grades Shirts that are not only suit
able for dress occasions, but thoroughly practical for all kinds of wear
8hown In narrow, medium and wide pleats cuffs on or separate
principally coat styles, some closed.
Supply your needs nowl . ' '
$1 .00 andp.50
YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO SELECT A WINTER SUIT
OR OVERCOAT FROM OUR HIGH GRADE KEN8INGT0N GAR
MENTS AT A DISCOUNT OF. 20 PER CENT FROM THE REGULAR
H Gleanings m
C. H. Frey, florist. 1133 O St.
H. F. Wunder, '09, haS left the uni
versity and has gone to Iowa City to
attend school there.
Beckman Bros., fine shoes. 1107 O
Miss Amy Mayland, a graduate
student, Is seriously ill and has been
forced to go to a hospital.
Dr. J. R. Davis, dentist. Charges
reasonable. Over Bank of Commerce.
Charles Ulrica, after a semester's
absence duo to poor health, is again
roglBtered in the Bophomore "medic"
Whon in doubt,' try a Daily Ne
braskan want ad. It pays to adver
tise. W. A. Davis, cx-1909, is clerking for
Krasno & Son at Fullerton, Nebras
ka. Ho will be in school next semes
Daily Nebraskan want ads bring re
sults. Try one when you have some
thing to sell. - p
Ralph Wilson, '11; a member of
tho Beta Theta Pi fraternity, enter
tained bis fraternity brothers at his
homo last night.
If you have lost your fountain pen,
advertise tho fact in our want ad col
umn. It brings results.
Duo to a conflicting engagement,
Professor Hlnmann will be unable to
meet Mb two o'clock division In Phi
losophy 4 today.
Learn' tho barn dance, Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1132 N. Seldct
school. Call Auto 4477,
Miss Jessie Kreldler, ex-1910, and
a member of the. Alpha Omlcron Pi
sorority, is teaching in tho public
schools at Fullerton.
S. A, Mahood, '10, has been elect
ed as chairman of tho Y. M. C. A.
Bible study committee in place of
W. H. Reynolds, who has resigned.
"Walter" Houaeworth,' '10; is em
ployed by a steamship .company at
i "'" '"'m.
Long Beach, Cal. Ho is doing draft
ing work and reports that he is mak
Mr. Hugh Spencer, a student in the
School of Pharmacy last semester, was
a campus visitor Thursday. Mr.
Spencer will relurn to tho univoreity
The law clasa in domestic ' rela
tions will moot on Tuesday at 10
a. m. Instead of Thursday at 9, and
tho class In contracts will bo changed
from 10 a. m. to 9 a. m. on Thurs
Tho freshman law doss will hold
their election of officers for tho sec
ond semester next Thursday at 10
o clock In U. 309. As yet there are
no candidates seeking the office and
very ntuo interest Ib shown In class
Dvorak's Now World Symphony was
given at convocation yesterday before
a largo crowd, and seemed to be thor
oughly appreciated by those present
The program lasted until ton minutes
of twelve and us a senior class meet
ing was scheduled for 11:30. a little
Moonlight Murphy, '08, was in Lin
coin a few days ago. He visited his
fraternity brothers while hero. Mr
Murphy's visit was puexpected at the
Beta Theta Pi house. Ho waa caught
In a wreck about six miles from Lin
coln and waB compelled to walk the
entire distance back, although he had
a sprained ankle.
A class meeting was hold this
week by the junior law class in their
class room 804 University Hall. The
following officers wore elected: Pres
ident, L. O. Syford; vice-president, H.
E. Aylesworth; secretary, H. J. Cur
tis; treasure E. D. Trump; sargeont,
at-arms, G. C. Long; attorney, A.
Forty-six hundred and elghty-Beven
Btudents are at Minnesota this year.
This is on increase of 266 over last
year's attendance. There 1b a slight
falling off this year in tho academic,
engineering, pharmacy and education
departments and omong'the graduate
students, but all tho qther depart
monts show a substantial increase.
Tho enrollment for departments Is as
follows: Acadomic, 1,466; engineer
ing, 458; agricultural college,, 170;
agricultural school, 850; law.'! 523
medicine, 244; dentistry,, 192; pha
mocy, 89; mines, 148; chemistry, 78;
education, 31; graduate, 97 (esti
mate); summer school, 332 (eatl
mate) .--Minnesota Daily.
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