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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
KANSAS TOPUBLISH DAILY
THE DAILY KANSAN TO CHANGE
1 HANDS AND BECOME
The installation of a department of
journalism in the University of Kan
sas has inspired the editor of the Daily
Kansan with the idea 'of improving
the college paper at that institution.
A campaign has been launched to
make the "Kansan" a daily paper, as
are most of the publications of sur
rounding schools. Five hundred more
subscribers are wanted, and if se
cured, the Kansas paper will becomo
a daily after January 1.
The present board agrees to relin
quish its profits in the publication,
and it further proposes to have its
accounts audited by a faculty commit
tee. The management of the ,paper
is to bo given ontlroly to the Btudents,
who are to obtain their position on a
The prosent cost of the paper is
$3,000 a year, and it is proposed to
increaso the size, print more features,
send out more copies which will
bring the cost up to $6,000.
(Continued from page 1.)
ber of essays will bo sent in. The
winner will obtain a valuable prize
and all the contestants will have the
benefit of studying a most important
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
NTo. 11th. -
George Bros., Dance Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
According to Manager Eager of state
university athletics, the total receipts
of the Michigan game' were about $10,
100, of which Jthe Wolverine's received
a total of $5,092. The original cot
tract with that team called for 50 per
cent of the total receipts at the gate,
with tho guarantoo of $4,000. The
past season at the university has been
very profitable and although no figures
are yet obtainable, It is thought that
tho net profits will bo well up with
those of tho beBt former year.
Weber's Sultorium, 1100 O Street.
Mako your dates early with Hagen-
fjSlck'B Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Thirty cents pays for tho Best Din
ner in Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high class a la carte service. We
have the big juicy steaks.
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
SIMMONS the PRINTER
Auto. 3319. 317 South lath St.
. iSecosid Annual
A warm coat to co er
you is a constant necess
We have them new
" ones that give warmth
and comfort and style to
Long ones with con
vertible collars novel
weaves rich -' designs
Thinking of Christmas
gifts? Then don't forget
our holiday display -of '
house coats and robes..
$5 to $20.
MAGEE & DEEIWER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Dinner U:30 to Jt30 ),,
Supper 5j30 to 7:30 JL
Also Cafeterlan Style
Do Your Laundry
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 por cent Interest Pa!d n ip6sh
$1.00 Opens an Account
With tho First National Bank,
Gor. 10th and O.
Ocker Engraving Go.
Engraved invitation in 48
hours if necessary
Room 316 Brownell Blk.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Flan.
CityY. M.C. A. 13th aid P.
7 T EIHj
FOUND A fountain pen, on campus
Inquiro at Nobraskan offlco. 48-3.
FOUND On campus, a .gold ring sot
with six diamonds. Seo .Businoss
FOUND In M. B. building, small
leather purse with namo Aural M.
Scott. Call at office of power lab
oratory in M. E. building. 48-3
EXCHANGED Thursday p. m., at Y
M. C. A., a bluo sorgo cap. Ownor
ploaso oxchango at "Rag" offlco.
LOST Ono zoology noto-boolc, on
campuB. Return to "Rag" ofllco.
LOST Silver mesh coin purse. Re
ward for return to Nobraskan ofllco.
FOR SALE Dress suit, cheap; in
splendid condition; sizo 36. Price,
$10. Call Auto 2358. 51-8
FOR RENT TWo rooniB. for girls,
modern, one-half black from Unl.
Halcyon Hall, 1220 R St. Mrs. Van
WANTED Second bass for solo work.
Must road music well. Address Ad.
5, Daily Nobraskan. rl-3t
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Hell 333 u8 Nortb 13 St. Auto 333a
Baggage :: Freight
Give us a call
What bottor presont could
you givo your frionds or
relatives tluin a box of
neatly printed cards or sta
tionery? qTJseful presents
ure always npprociatod.
Lsi Order thorn todav wo art
uwauMiiDR. local ed at 128 00 North 14th
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
Br Arr jEaKAHLEL&:XjKhLa.Ej&-EEO
Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
4 i "
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Go,
You can get the "Rag"
the rest of the semester
TODAY 2:30. TONIGHT 8: 15
THE WHITE SISTER
With Jeanne Towler
Mat, $1 to 25c. Night, $1,50 to 25c
Monday Night, Deo. 11 ,
"THE KING OFTRAMP8"
"Get Rich Quick Walllngford"
XK ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Monday Night; Dec. 4
"A Romance of the Underworld"
The Avon Comedy Four
Chick and Chlcklets
Burnham and Greenwood
Three Hlckey Brothers
Matinees Best Seats 25c
Nights 15c, 25c, 35c -and 6O0
Temple Theater Dec. 16
Y"2niT? Vinlnrirra r -hVn nVtrxrini
few among the greatest of livjflg;
virtuosos." Vaterland, Luzern,
Feb. 2, '11.
Seaf s go on sad at Cranoer' .'
Music Co., Monday
$!.60, $1.00, 75o, 50o ".".
Oyster any style. ' ' '''
Fancy SANDWICHES and ',!
SALADS served at all hours
MJ s .ttl'J.'
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Stock in the West'-' "
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