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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA!?
ABUNDANCE .OF MATERIAL
MAKING COMPETITION KEEN
Nebraska has started the basket
ball season with enough good candi
dates to make a number of fine col
lege squads. There are more men on
the floor than ever before. O Frank,
captain, Sam Carrier, Hlltner, Owens,
and Gibson, and were all on last year's
team and are In the field to repeat
their victories and retrieve the de
feats. Seemann, Martin, Haskell,
Strykor, Nagle, Trimble, Hanzllck,
and Outright were either on the fresh
man team last year, or were on the
'Varsity squad. Les Hyde Is out this
year and oxpectB to make good after
his past work.
Men who are on the floor and show
up well when It comes to tossing the
pill, are Bates, Spear, Wellenbery,
Kleffer, Underwood, Martin, Meyer,
Proud, Beck, F. KrUBO, Stryker, Glade,
Chauner, ErlckBon, Cavan, Williams,
Purdy, KIrby, Swanson, Hoffman,
Dlers, Bliss, and HanBon.
With this bunch of bounders Ne
braska Is' going to husk the Valley till
it will tremble at the thought of the
schedule. Trimblo and Nagl have
both had much experience with the
leather sphere and the former high
school stars have often by their own
work brought a losing team into the
home stretch with the ribbons in both
LEAVES NEBRASKA UNI.
Maurice F. Goodbody, a member of
the Nebraska tennis team, left Lin
coln this week for his home In New
York City, where he will enter one of
the largo bankB doing both American
and European business. Goodbody
waB one of the best tennis men of
the University and the raquoters will
feel a similar loss In February, as
Tate, the present holder of the cham
pionship, leaves to join Goodbody, and
the two will make a trip to Europe.
George Bros., Dance Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
There are so many things that can
be said, but what's the use?
The complaints from the eastern
football coaches show that some
body's little tin god had Its toes
Something is coming. Stop! Look!
Listen! We will let you know what
it Is when It gets here.
Because you have cold feet It Is no
excuse to go to California or Florida
every winter. Besides, what would
Lincoln do without you? My Gracious!
Say, you guys! D'yu 'sposo she's
been faithful and will welcome your
The. Hyde Prlntery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
January 6P '12
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Many famished hearts
can be made glad by a
Holiday specials in
men's apparel all kinds
of new and stylish furn
ishings. Cold weather togs that
you'll so.on be needing
sweaters, mufflers, fur
caps, gloves and over
coats. And don't forget the
overcoats- new ones
warm, stylish; perfect fit
ting garments with con
$15 to $30.
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
SERVICE that meets the emergency
Is the kind that counts. READINESS
in having the right thing at the right
tlmo and in the right way. You'll find
our service ready for the test when
ever you're ready to buy shoes.
ry us, today
or any day. Winter
weather is real shoe
weather and you'll need
real shoes on your feet
if you expect comfort
and satisfaction in wearing
them. Every good aort of wint
er shoe is included in the vast
assortment shown here. There
are leather lined, heavy soled
shoes; black calf or vici kid
leathers; extra heavy storm
Bluchers Winter tans with
sturdy viscolized soles and
C. V. Roberts
144 No. 12th
FOUND A French book. Inquire nt
Nebraskan office 53-3
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
Ono ChrlBtmas spirit. Finder please
return to abovo. Roward half of
PARTY seen taking gold-banded pen
from book In library Thursday
evening mail samo to Nebraskan.
LOST Watch and O. W. L. ring on
fob, between 10:30 and 12:00 o'clock
Tuesday. Finder return to Nebras
kan office and receive roward.
LOST Osgood's "CalculUB," with
name of A. V. LarBon. Finder re
turn to Nebraskan office. 54-3
FOR RENT Splendid room for two
with private family; well lighted
and heated; every convenience;
accommodations excellent. 630 No
ICth St. Auto 7176.
FOR SALE Dress suit, cheap; In
splendid condition; sizo 36. Price,
$10. Call Auto 2358. 51-8
FOR SALE Tallor-mado dress suit;
cost $75.00; worn only a fow times;
sacrifice for $25.00; size 36. Inquire
at NebraBkan office. 52-3
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Bell 333 1 18 North 13 St. Auto 333a
Baggage :: Freight
QIvc us a call
What bettor present could
you givo your friends or
relatives than a box oC
neatly printed cards or sta
tionery? Useful presents
are always appreciated.
Ordor thorn today wo are
located at 128-00 North 14th
st., Lincoln. .
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 1 5c
Ahy Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
You can get the "Rag"
the rest of the semester
AT THE THEATRES
Mon. & Tuos. Nights, Djsc. 18-19
GEO. M. COHAN8
Greatest Comedy Success
ft If GET RICH QUICK V
Ore. First 10 Rows, $2.O0, Balance
$1.50. B a I. $1.00 &. 75c. Gal. 50c
sjr??,8 advanced vaudeville
Commencing Mon. Night, Dec. 11th
Six American Dancers
Charles and Fannie Van
McDevItt, Kelly and Lucey
Kramer and 8plllane
Williams and 3egal
Richardson's Posing Dogs
Matinees Best Seats 25c
Nights 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
Seals on Sale at
Cranccr Music Co.
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served atall hours
C Cft Anf e
Or OU . ICIUS
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