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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRVSKAN
Owned nrul published by I o University of Nebraska througti
THE 8TUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OIIIcch HaBomoiit tlio Admlnlatnillon Utilldlng. ,
. I'ostofllco Station A, Cninpus, Lincoln, Nobrnakn.
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 420G
Day Auto 1888.
8AM R. BUCK, EdItor-ln-Chlef
A. H. Dinsmorc, Klanaolng Editor
v n. MRRnnniill. AMocliito Editor Sonrlo V, Holmes. AaBoalato titlitnt
Stuart Qould, City Editor
C. V. Andrews
II. 8. lluddenburs
E. Leo Updegraff, Sporting Editor
Homer O. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Wallace 13. Troup Kenneth M. Enydcr
L. A. Bcchtor J. Lovejoy Linn
WIlMnm O. Cooley
Ruth Mungor Ollvo B. Mann
Ituth Sholdon AllcoChumbcrs
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BUSINESS MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Asat. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at tho Postolllco, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
4 Congress March 3, 1879.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1911
The Dally Nebraskan Is about to
take steps to enlarge Its nows service
for Its readers. The Nebraskan real
izes that heretofore many events of
importance occurring at the State
Farm have been allowed to pass un
'noticed. That this is not as It should be Is
obvious. To remedy this situation a
State Farm staff of reporters will be
selected the first of next week and
hereafter systematic news service
will be established between the 'Var
alty and the Farm.
It will be the policy of the Nebras
kan to devote as much space as is
BUST OF HRBEK PRESENT! D
KOMENSKY CLUB GIVES A POR
TRAIT OF LATE PROFESSOR
TO ALL SOULS' CHURCH.
Tho Komeneky Club lma presented
to All Souls' Church li beautiful ulto
rellef portrait bust of Jeffrey Hrbek.
Professor Hrbek was the first instruc
tor in Bohemian lit the University.
His death occurred in December, 1907.
Ted Marrinor, cleaner and prcsser,
Is still at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. ti
The Hydo Printory, 1331 P St., up-to-dato
printing of all kinds.
TAN SHOES 2K2E
For Men and Women
necessary and advlsablo for the ex
elusive editing of news from thd agri
LOOK FOR IT.
C. II. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
TWO FRATERNITY FEEDS
DELTA TAU DELTA AND ALPHA
THETA CHI WILL HAVE DIN
NERS TUESDAY EVENING.
Delta Tuu Delta and Alpha Thota
Clti wore given permission to schedule
parties lor TueBday, December 19th,
though tho dato falls on a school night.
Both organizations had scheduled
dances on tho night or the Cornhuskor
banquet, which they gave up. ,No
other dato could be found before tho
, The committee, howovei roafllrmed
Its former ruling, that all University
functions (us distinguished from
those of departmental clubs) shall bo
held on Friday and Saturday evenings.
All students should visit the "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
Hunter Goes Traveling.
Principal Fred Hunter of the School
of Agriculture Is away on a short trip
to David City and York. At. tho for
mer place he will assist In a farmers'
Institute, while at tho latter ho Is on
for some special work In connection
with tho Y. M. C. A. Ho will return
Uni students are Invited to try the
Y. M. C. A. Barbers. You will like
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. J. HALL. Preldnt
P. E. JOHNSON, Vlc-Prcildcnt
"W. W. HACKNEY, JR., Awt. Cwh.
J&KMiaeMry 6P 912
For Ten Days Only
We have just made a purchase of high grade
woolens, (cancelled orders of big eastern tailors).
Theso woolens are made to sell for $25, $30, $35 to
$40. Our purchase enables ns to sell at our regular
price, any suiting in the lot $15.
Suits (tE Tailored-to
O'coats Hrw Measure
Remember only ten days. Start Thursday.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS
1218 O STREET
watch For the
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N
Attention to the Opening of
Bert Sturm's New 8-Chair Barber Shop
Most Modern, Sanitary Shop and the Finost Fixtures West of Chicago
Manicuring Cigars. Uni Students Welcome 110 South 18th St.
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares anything at all about his personal appearanco knowt
that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes that will
give him that look of distinction that a well-groomod and woll-dressed man
shows. At 129 So. 11th Street tho firm of Flodeen & Brothouwor maintains
a. largo show window that is always filled with a line of goods that are equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to bo found in tho west. Tho
prlcos quoted on these goods attract attention, and the workmanship and fit
Is all that could bo desired. Here you can buy tailor-made goods at hand-me-down
prices. . .
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linef irst.
College View, Nebraska
An Appropriate Gift
S?eimdl a copy of ttae
to yoTunr ffiriiegfttdls. Let
fammoms team yotiir school
dME.cedo At tfine OiRfiice.
10 Cesntts Per Copy
GEO, SHAFFER, Prop THE NEW AUTO 3319
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBER SHOP .
SIX CHAIRS it NO WAITING
Best Barber Shop in the Weit
CIGARS la Basement ' O Street Entrance MANICURING
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