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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FAVORS OPENjjTYLE GAME
COACH STAGG WILL OPPOSE ANY
IMPORTANT CHANGES IN
In the coming meeting of the na
tional football rules committee, Coach
Stagg of Chicago University will en
deavor to keep the present open stylo
game. The abolition of the forward
pass; the increasing of the number
of downs in ton yards, or tho decreas
ing of the distance to be gained on
three downs are the most Important
things that hao boon suggested. Coach
Stagg declares that tho forward pass
will not bo dropped, but that ho will
have a few minor changes to intro
duce In regard to it. Ho thinks that
tho forward pasB should be used for
another year, at leaBt, and thinks that
next season the eastern coaches will
be of tho Bame oplniori. Purdue Ex
ponent. Can you expect your competitors to
boost your business? No! They most
always "knock." Why? Thornburg's
Orchestra, Orlo Flats. Auto B-2556.
F & F
Company ( Steals March.
Tho first shot was fired in tho an
nual "compet" and incidentally tho
Military Ball was given a little freo
advertising when tho heavy artillery
In front of the library appeared yes
terday morning gaily bedecked with
tho yollow colors of Company I. It is
rumored that tho other companies of
tho roglmont are planning some new
stunts which will entirely eclipse this
coupe d'etat of Captain Palno's men.
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
?- I-IS-- Storlinp Silvor
- gotg j,7 tQ D(j8k clocka ?2 to $5, Traveling
Brushos $1.50 to 810, Coat Hangor $1.50, Match Boxos, Card Cases, To
bacco Jars, Smoking Set. Military Sots, Gold Pockot Knivos, U. of N.
Captain Yates Makes Statement.
"Tho following Is again published
for tho bonoflt of all cadets: Tho mili
tary department has not adopted tho
shoo of any firm as the 'official shoo,'
nor has anyone boon given authority
to designate any particular ono as
such. All that Is required Is a high
tan leather shoo, preferably a laco
shoe, with a medium or heavy sole.
They may bo purchased wherever ca
H. E. YATES,
Captain TJ. S. Infantry,
Commandant of Cadets.
Soo Les Hydo when. In need of pro
grams, menuB and other printing.
Co-ed 'Varsity 8quad In West.
Co-eds at Colorado College, disap
pointed bocauso their football team
was beaten by Denver TJ, will organize
a co-ed team next; year, to rotriovo
tho fallen honor of their college. .
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
January 6, '12
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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 $15 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
Cicrarotto Cases $0 to $10, Desk
Unl Girls' Club Busy.
Tho University GlrlB' Club mot yes
terday at 11:30 In TJ. hall to discuss
social affairs for tho coming semester.
A kindergarten party and a colonial
ball were suggested, and tho matter
was loft with tho memborB to work
up during vacation. These entertain
ments are to bo for members only.
Of all tho many doctors, can you
beat this Johnnie Leard, molo doctor,
at Woods', 120G O St
Silver Serpents Meet.
Tho Sliver Serpent girls met Tues
day evening. They voted a picture
for tho Cornhusker and laid plans for
several parties to bo given tho second
George Bros., Dance Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
Unions to Elect.
The Union Literary Society will hold
its election of officers at tho regular
meeting this evening.
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FOUND A French book. Inquire at
Nebraskan ofllce. 53-3
LOST Watch and O. W.-L. ring on
fob, between 10:30 and 12:00 o'clock
Tuesday. Finder return to Nebras
kan ofllce and receive reward.
LOST Osgood's "Calculus." with
name of A. V. Larson. Finder re
turn to Nebraskan ofllce. 3-I-3
LOST General notebook, taken by
mistake. Return to "Rag" ofllce. or
to Bessie Mason. 52-3
THE PARTY that was seen taking a
watch In room 108 Mechanic Arts
building will return Bamo to "Rag"
ofllce and avoid trouble. 52-3
FOR SALE DreBB suit, cheap; in
splendid condition; size 3G. Price,
$10. Call Auto 2358. 51-8
FOR SALE Tallor-mado dress suit;
cost $75.00; worn only n few times;
sacrifice for $25.00; bIzc 30. Inquire
at Nebraskan ofllce. 52-3
uNiiiijj secunu uaBB ior soio wor
Must read music well. AddresB Ad.
5, Dally Nebraskan. 51-3t
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Bell 333 1 18 North 13 St. Auto 333a
Baggage :: Freight
Give us a call
What bettor present could
you givo your friends or
rolativos than a box of
neatly printed cards or sta
tionery? qTJsoful presents
are always appreciated.
Ordor thorn today wo are
located 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
RENT YOUR TYPEWMTER
Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET
You can get the "Rag"
the rest of the semester
AT THE THEATRES
Mon. & TUcs. Nights, Dec. 18-19
GEO. M. COHAN'8
Greatest Comedy Succcbb
WGET RICH QUICK
Ore. First 10 Rows, $2.00, Balance
$1.50. Bal. $1.00 & 75c. Gal. 50c
KV.. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Dec. 11th
Six American Dancers
Charles and Fannie Van
McDevitt, Kelly and Lucey
Kramer and Splllane
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.
Seats on sale at Cranoar
Musio Co., Today
$1.50, $1.00, 75o, 50o
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served'atall hours
for 50 cents
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