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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FINAL TRYOUT DEf ERMINES MEN
WHO WILL FILL EIGHT AD-
The finul tryouts for the Cornhusker
Glee Club were held Tuesday evening
at the Conservatory. Eight men were
chosen from the squad of sixteen to
complete the twenty-four which make
up the 'permanent club.
Prospects for a successful season
for the Glee Club are very good. Al
though a director for the year has not
been decided upon, practice Is pro
ceeding regularly and no delay 1b ex
pected to result from this. Several
men are in line for the position and
in all probability one will be chosen
at the first meeting of the complete
Several trips are being planned for
the holidays. Denver will possibly be
the destination of one, while the usual
trips will be made to the nearby
towns. These trips are to be under
the supervision of the University au
thorities, so there is no danger of a1
financial failure, as in past years.
George Bros., Dance Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto CardB.
TO PICK JUNIOR PLAY CASTE
FINAL TRYOUTS TO BE" HELD
THIS EVENING IN THE
Tryouts for the annual Junior Play
will be held in the Temple this even
ing beginning promptly at seven
Up to Wednesday evening thirty
five applications had been received by
the committee for places on the cast
of "A Jloyal Family."
Most of the candidates are trying
out for principal parts, and it is ex
pected as a consequence that there
will be a few disappointments.
The committee will meet Tuesday at
twelve o'clock to receive the report
of the judging committee. At that
time the list will be announced.
Uni students are invited to try tho
Y. M. C. A. Barbers, You will liko
BALI TICKETS IN DEMAND
MILITARY BAND PRACTICES FOR
BIG FORMAL FRIDAY
Military Ball tickets are selling rap
idly and Chairman Newman has an
nounced that a good crowd is assured.
Ho thinks the limit will be sold, but
states that there will be no such mob
as at the Junior Hop.
The band has finished its practice
on new pieces learned for the military
dance, but will run through a few of
them again this afternoon.
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Delta Tau Entertained.
Delta Tau Delta was entertqlncd
at the governor's mansion Tuesday
evening by George S. Aldrlch, who
was' pledged to the fraternity. A
bounteous spread, at which the gov
ernor presided, was followed by short
talks and numerous songs.
Make your dates early with Hagen
slck's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. ." tf
Prize for a Song.
A rumor is about the campus that1
the freshman laws will offer ten dol-
T T JWg. I. T
Upon reflection we are
covinced that if you come
into our store,
If you see our splendid
holiday lines of every
thing in men's apparel,
A purchase from you
is sure to follow.
New clothes--new over
coats in the latest fashions
values that are unsur
passed at $1 5 to $30.
Fall won't last for ever,
you know might as well
buy now and be prepared
when winter comes in
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are always the best.
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
South West Cor. 14th O
THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK
4 per cent Interest fM n "p08"
$1.00 Opens an Account
With the First National Bank,
Cor. 10th and'O.
larB for the best song written by a
student. The Taws are anxious to se
cure some song, as their favorite on
has been abolished.
C. H: Frey, florist, 1133 O St. tf
Iron Sphinx to bance,
The Iron Sphinx will give their for
mal dance February 3rd at the Lin
coin Hotel. Plans are being made to
make this one of tho best dances that
the organization has given.
Weber's Suitorlum, 11.00 O Street.
Ajpha Pbl Closet Up.
Alpha Phi wlBhes to announce that
they will not have open house Sunday,
Girls' Cjub Meets.
The University Girls Club meeting
will be held Thursday at 11:30. o'clock,
In room 106.
FOUND A French book. Inquire at
Nebraskan ofilce. 53-3
LOST Watch and O. W. U ring on
fob, bo'tween 10:30 and 12:00 o'clock
Tuesday. Finder return to Nebras
kan ofllco and recelvo reward.
LOST Osgood's '.'Calculus," with
name of A. V. Larson. Findor re
turn to XebraBkan ofilce. 54-3
LOST General notebook, takon by
mistake Return to "Rag" ofllco, or
to Bessie Mason. 52-3
THE PARTY that was seen taking a
watch In room 108 Mechanic Arts
building will return samo to "Rag"
ofllce and avoid trouble. G2-3
FOR SALE Dross suit, choap; In
splendid condition; size 3G. Prico,
$10. Call Auto 2358. Bl-8
FOR SALE Tailor-mado dress suit;
cost $75.00; worn only a few times;
sacrifice for $25.00; aix.o 3G. Inquiro
at Nebraskan ofllce. 52-3
WANTED Second bass for solo work.
Must read music well. Address Ad.
5, Daily Nebraskan. 51-3t
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Give us a call
What bettor present rould
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Order thorn today wo nro
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Student's 3-Course Lunch 1 5c
RENT YOUR TYPEWMTER
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The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
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You can get. the "Rag"
the rest of the semester
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Two Big Finish' Wrestling Matches
WA8EM V8. VAN NICE
DR. ROLLER vs. KOCH
Prices $1.50 to 50c
Mon. and Tubs., Dec, 1819
"Get Rich Quick Watllngford"
S'.,.,.B ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing' Mon. flight, Dec. 11th
Six American Dancers
Charles and Fannie Van
McDovItt, Kelly and Lucey
Kramer and 8plllane
Williams and Segal
Richardson's Posing Dogs
Matinees Best Seats 25c
Nights 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
Temple Theater Dec. 16
"Ganz belongs to the chosen
few among the greatest of living
virtuosi." Vaterland, Luzern,
Feb. 2. '11.
Siats tn silt at Cranoir -
Music Ct., Ttday
$1.50, $1.00, 75o, 50
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served at a 11 hours
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