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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1910)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
" A BIQ dUCCEBS.
Cornhusker Banquet the Best Attend
ed of Any Ever Held.
Sutunlny 280 university men gath
ered around the banquet hoard to do
honor to the unlvorHlty nnd tlie foot
ball team at the annual C'ornbiiflkcr
Nebraska spirit, the Npbrusko foot
ball team, and the University or Ne
braska wore toasted and re-toasted by
tho speakers of tho oven Inn. En
thusiasm flowed so frcoly that tho
crowd, which waB tho largest to ever
attond a fostlval. of this kind, broke
out time and time again with cheers
and songs for tho university and every
thing connected with It.
The ovation accorded Owen Frank,
who sacrificed his chances of being
the 1911 football captain to nominato
S. V. Slionkn for the position nnd
bring him back next year, was only
second to the great reception given
F. M. Hunter, 10(r, superintendent
of.echoolsat Norfolk, Neb., was toast
master. Hunter was one of the prom
inent men of the university In his un
dergraduate days, winning distinction
In athletics scholarship and clues af
fairs. Tho toast list was as follows:
"Success" Regent C. S. Allen. '87
"Itovlow of Reviews"
Capi. L. B. Temple, '12
"The Critic" Sidney ColllnB, Ml
Hon. Paul F. ('lark, 82
Dr. O. E. Condra, 97
"The Outlook" .
: Chancellor Avery, '1)2
Informal speeches wore mndo by
Owen Frank, Captain-elect Shonka.
Assistant Coach Ewlng. Col. C. J.
Dills or Lincoln, Athletic Manager
Eager, V. F. Chaunor, R. E. Elliott,
-flnrvcy Rnthbono,- ilrry -MinoTU-Of Uu?
team; 0. E. Reed. 111 track captain;
Carl Hutchinson, 1911 basketball cu
tHln; .1. T. Votava and A. .M. Ober
folder of the debating team.
The reason we sell so many winter caps is,
that "We have the goods'
Cloth Caps with fur in band, priced at 50c,
$1, 1.50 and 2.00.
Silk PJusH Caps $ 1 , 1 .50 and 2.00.
Seal Caps priced at $2.50 to 20.00.
1009 to 1019 O Street
TEGNER SOCIETY MEET8.
Swedish Students Assemble at State
Farm Saturday Evening.
- The Tegner society met Sauirda.v
evening In Agricultural hall at tho
state farm, with an attendance of
over forty persoTTs. ""'Swewlonin -Anr
citnt Times.' constituted the theme
for the evening's program, which con
sisted of the following sketch:
"Prehistoric Sweden," Miss Selma
"Sagas of the Gods," related by MIes
Bern nnd Mr. .1. Sjogren.
Solo. Mr. Emll Llnberg.
Discuesiou of the ihemo, conducted
by Mr. J. Alexis.
Tho committee has arranged pro-
gr ms -for iho- year.-avhick .will throw
light on various periods of Swedish
history, and which will cull attention
to the contributions mnde to Swedish
culture by authors, muslclnnB, scien
tists and others. December 17ch n
Chrlstmns program will be rendered.
The Ag. club will hold an informal
dancing party at the Sigma Alpha
Epsllon house Friday night.
Flowers wjUalwaspleaso her and
we can always- please yolTT Hiltner
Bros., Florists, 118 So. Twelfth St
You'll have to hunt a long time if you find better clothes
than you can get here.' There is nothing
in Lincoln tnat will compare with the suits
and avercoats we're showing for winter.
The quality, style and fit you get nere is
far ahead of any others you can get for
Some very special values in our
Four Strong Lines priced $10-$15-$20-$25
and if you are hunting for something
good you will find it an easy matter to
bag a fine suit or overcoat from this
You can have the finest gar
ments made by asking for our suits and
overcoats priced from $27.50. to $40.00, a
great variety to pick f nom of the newest
and best things to be had, come in and
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