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HI DAILY NXBBA8KAK
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Owned ami published by t c University of Nbrn)M througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Office Uancniont tlio Administration Building.
PoHtnfllco Station A, Cnmpiis, Lincoln. Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888. Night Auto 3H5, Ed. 1035, Bus. Msr, 420G
SAM R. BUCK, Editor-in-Chief
A. H. Dlntmore, Managing Editor
HHoolato Kill tor Searlo F. Holmes, Associate- Kdltor
ICdltor E. Leo Updepraff, Sporting Editor
Homer G. Hewitt Hugh Agor
Wallaco B. Troup Kenneth M. Enyder
It. A. Bcchtcr J. Lovejoy Linn
William O. Cooley
Ruth Mungcr Ollvo B. Mann
Huth Sheldon Alice Chambers
V. C. McConnell. A
Stuart Gould, City
C. P. Andrews
II. ti. BuddonhtitK
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BUSINESS MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan. Attt. Bus. Mgr. J. V. JUorrlton, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at the- Poatofllcc, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
WKI)N15SI)AY. DIOCEMBBR 13. 11)11
(A) COMMON "LAW" PLEADING.
..Oh, father, dear, I'm working liurd
upon my law and order. My record
horo Ib still unmarred by the college 'o
law recordor. But. bookB and fcos 'or
bo awful high that 1'vo spent moBt all
my cash; I do not live on steak and
plo, for my money calls for simply
hash. A little check for fifty, dad, Is
all I want just now. If you'd Bend
moro, I'd bo real glad, but nover, sir,
If you can't boo how. Ab you know, I
never fal) for shows and proms and
Btuff; I hear om talk or "military
ball" as the "big affair" and all that
guff. I couldn't see the Junior hop;
I was grinding lato that night: I'm
HERE AND THERE.
Kappa Kappa Gamma is giving a
dance Saturday night at Walsh Hall.
Phi Delta Theta is going to give a
Christmas dancing party at the Temple.
Doctor .lackson, teacher of physiol
ogy, Ib planning a trip to Canada dur
ing the Christmas vacation.
fRATERMIIfS AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Ls a Trial Order
1106 0 STREET
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man -who cares anything, at all about hi personal appearance know
that only a flret-claes merchant tailor can furnish the sort of clothes that wiU
give him that look of distinction that a well-groomed and well-dressed ma
shows. At 129 Bo. 11th Street the 2rm of Flodeen & Brethouwer maintain
a large show window that Is always filled with a line of goods that are equal
to the display of any tailoring establishment to be found in the west. The
prices quoted on these goods attract attention, and the workmanship aad ft
is all- that could be desired. Here you can buy tailor-made goods at hand-me-down
George M. Ackerman, rag-tlmo lead
er of the band, Ib nnnounced to be en
gaged to MJbb Edith Al. Morten of
Weber's Sultorlum. 1100 O Street.
Party Slippers in Satin O O AC
Tinted All Shades
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 linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
sure the "studo," my dear old pop, the
way I work Ib sure somo fright.
Well, it'B getting lato; I'll write no
moro, but kindly send those llfty
boneB; I am (Tie boy thut you adore,
your loving son. Bill Jones. A post
script, Blr, I bore tack on, for I want
tho cash by Friday's mail. If later,
sir, my "rop" Ib gone, for to pay my
debts I never fail.
C. II. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
Tho Bachelors' Club of the City V.
M. C. A. dormitory will give a recep
tion on Thutsday evonlng at the asso
ciation building in honor of tho Y. W.
C. 'A. glrlB. Tho University students
living at tho "dorm" will bo at homo
to their ady friends. Members of tho
board of directors and their wives
have all boon Invited to attend as
special guests and chaperones.
The Hyde Printery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
Tho pharmacy banquet will be .given
by the Pharmaceutical Society, Friday
night at the Lindell Hotel. The com
mittees urge nil phurmacy students to
attend, as this will be one of tho fcest
guthcringB to become acquainted. A
good timn Is assured.
This wonderful pianist is to be
heard in Lincoln, December 16, in the
Temple theater, coming as tho fourth
number on the University School of
Music artist course. Reservations
may bo made at tho.Crancer Music
An Appropriate Gift
Send a copy of tHe Football Number
to your friends. Let them see tHe
famous team your school has pro
dticed. At the Office.
IO Cents Per Copy
Thirty cents pays for the Best Din
ner in Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high claBE a la carto service. Wo
have the big juicy steaks.
All girls interested in basketball re
port to Miss Gittlngs In S. 102, Thurs
day at 11:30. The interclass teams
will bo chosen In the near future and
all girls are urged to try out.
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
January 6, 12
Original, Electric, Shoe;
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
Michigan or Nebraska
with a pound box of candy 80c
Vloier Drug Co.
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 O St.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. 0. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plaa.
CityY. MC. A. Uihuit.
CENTRAL NATIONAL PINK
P. J, HALL. FmMint
. S. JOHNSON. ViM-Prutynt '
W. "W.HACKNHV, JR., Awt. Cm.
Dinner JJi30 to J J 30 fj-
Supper 5i30 to 7:30 XuC
Alto Cafatarlan Ityla
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