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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Business Directory Brer loyal
University studont Is urged to patron
ise those Nobraakan adyortlsers, and
to mention tuo Nobraflkan, while do
First TrUBw lb Saving
J. 0 Wood ft Co.
Joo, The Tailor.
Mngeo & Deemer
I'alace Clothing Co.
Spolor ft Simon
Ametrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kltcutm -
Miller ft Paine
Hudgo ft Quemel
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Magee ft Deemor
l'alaco Clothing Co.
Hudgo ft Guensel
Syolor ft Simon
ArniBtrC Clothing Oe.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mageo ft Doemer
Palace Clothing Oo.
Hudgo ft Quonzel
Spuier ft Simon
Thornburg's. ' 1
' Cameron's .
Y. M. C. A. Si
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Franklin wIce Creaaa Oe,
Rogers ft Perkias
Miller ft Paine '
Electric Shoo Store
1 Elliott Bros. ,
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ANNUAL COMPETITIVE lip
DRILL TO BE TOMORROW, u T-l. 1VT
THE SIX COMPANIES ARE
DRILLING HARD .FOR
INDIVIDUAL "COMPEI" TQ BE HELD
The Omaha Oup and Ooloro to Bo
Drilled for tlio Eighteenth
Timo Tomorrow Afternoon
on tho Athletic Field.
The annual competitive drill
of the various companies of tho
First battalion will be hold to
morrow afternoon on the ath
letic field. All classes will be ex
cused for this big event, from 2
to 6. Men who drill -will be ex
cused from classes from 1 to 6.
This is to bo the .largest compote
tive drill that has ever been held
at tho university. Previous to
lust year the First battalion has
never numbered more than four
companies. With the rapid growth
of the students of the university
in the past two years the cadet
battalion had been increased in
size from four companies to six.
Last year the size of tho bat
talion was increased one company
by tho addition of company "I."
This year company "K" was
added. Tho rivalry between the
various companies is keener this
year than it has ever been before.
This is duo to a great extent to
the ,large number Of companies.
Following the competitive drill
of the six companies the indi
vidual competitive drill of the
battalion will be hold. In this
drill the four best drillers of
each company are chosen and
these men will drill for first aud
second drill championship of the
Last year the prizes for 'this'
drill were cups. The same prize
was offered the year before. Pre
vious to this time the winners of
tho battalion individual drill
were awarded with gold and sil
The competitive drill betweon
tho companies will be for tho
Omaha cup and colors. This cup
has been drilled for seventeon
times. The drill this year will be
the eighteenth for this cup. Out
of seventeen competitive drills
company D has won tho cup
seven times. Tho closest com
petitor to company D is company
B, who has four victories to their
Army officers from Ft. Crook
will in all probability be judges
of this competitive, as this is the
rule which has been followed in
RUTH PAXSON MEETINGS.
Successful Series to Close Today.
The Ruth Paxson meetings are
proving, interesting aud fruitful.
Sunday afternoon Miss Paxson
spoko at tho Temple theater on
the "Twontieth Century Mace-
donian Call," basing her remarks,
on several' of tho cablegrams dur
ing the convention of student
volunteers at Rochester, N. Y., in
December.' A unique cablegram
from China read: "Godwins molt
ed anciont China: who will mold
the now?" Miss Paxson 's strong
work is not so much in hpr larger
meetings as in her group mept
ings. whore she comes in nersoual
Uontact with the girls. ThoWies,
will close Wednesday with the
noon meeting and with a meet-
ling at Hays Hall in tho evening
at 7 o'clock.
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