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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
" Owned and published by t o University of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OfllcoH Unsoniont tlio Admlnlatrntlon Bulldlnc.
Pontofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Ncbrasknv
Day Auto 1888,
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 4206
SAM R. BUCK, Editor-in-Chief
. A. H, Dlntmorcj Managing Editor
F. C. McConncll, Associate Editor Sonrlo F. Holmes, Assbclnto Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor ,13. Leo Updogratf, Sporting Editor
Merrill Reed 15. A' Bcchter Hugh Agor
Homer G. 'Hewitt Wallace B. Troup
William O. Cooloy
Mildred Bavins Ruth Mungcr
E. C. Nelson Joseph MsCarthy
Henry Bull John Harding
Henry Stubbo W. A. Nelson
.T. Love joy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BU8INE8S MANAGER
C, C. Buchanan, Asst. Bui. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year- Single copies Sc
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at the Postodlce, Lincoln, Nobr., as second class mattor under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912
m ! p i in i ii i
Appllcatlonp for election to the posi
tions of editor-ln-chlef, managing edi
tor, two associate editors, business
manager, asslatant business manager
and circulator of the Daily Nebraskan.
for the second semester of the current
year will be received at the office of
the Secretary of the 8tudent Publica
tion Board, Adm. 203, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, Jan. 19, 1912,
Applications to be made on form
which will be furnished by the Secre
tary. A. A. REED,
FARM BRIEF COLUMN.
A. few late Short Courae students
have continued to como In u.ull now
tho number registered for that, courae
has riaen to 1G4.
Tho advanced classes in domestic
science are now running, a sort o(
cafeteria of their own. The embryo
cooks now sorve breakfast as a lab
The State Farm Chorus of oighty
flve membors, under tho leadership of
Mrs. Raymond, has Just elected its offi
cers. Tho following were chosen:
President, R. L. Moore; vlce-presl-
TINTED SLIPPERS DO
1413 O ST.
LEAP YEAR BA8KETBALL GAME.
When J. Caesar mado our calendar
a thousands-years ago, as oft' will hap
pen "to "the best or men, ho mado a
fluke or so. For moBtly, months havo
thirty daya and some have thirty-one;
except for poor old Fobruary, where
all Uie strife begun. Horo, each four
years, he adds an extra day, then It's
."leap yoar" as you've oft' heard say.
Now this is just the case with nine
teen twelve, on hand; yes, It's leap
year, girls, so hurry up and got a man !
Tonight there'll bo a big turn out to
boo somo baskets shot, and again we'll
see that our Unl is Johnnie on tho
spot; then the Uttle hop just after
in the chapel, as you know, will ho a
drawing card to havo more decldo to
go. Now, listen!' Why miss this over
glowing chance to seo the co-edB ask
tho boys if they can havo a dance?
For It's leap yoar -and tho 'girls are
running things; so como, and seo tho
follow that each swcot coed brings.
Shoe Sale 10 to r0 por cent dis
count on all shoes, oxfords and slip
pers, except Walkover, Douglas and
Sorosls. RogerB & Perkins Co., 1129
W. O. Cooloy, a reporter on tho Ne
braskan, Is confined in St. Elizabeth's
Hospital fon account of Illness. The
staff sends him Its sympathy and"
j hopes fpn his speedy recovery.
Thirty cents pays for the Best Din
ner In Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high class a la carte service. We
Jia,ve the big juicy steaks,
dent, E. S. Llndburg; secretary-treasurer,
Tho domestic science classes were
given a treat recently when they wore
allowed to watch a meet demonstra
tion. Tho work was dono In the Stock
Judging pavlllion under tho supervi
sion of Professor Smith.
5:00 p. m.
Convocation Vespers. .
Drake basketball game. Informal.
Sigma Nu freshman dance. House.
Palladian Society. '
Alpha Chi rfchwiga.
Agricultural Club party. Fratern
ity Hall. , .''
Komensky Club. Temple.
Saturday , ' ,
8:00 p. m. ... . ,
"Tho Amazons." Dramatic Club',
Drako basketball game. ,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon dance. Housb.
Spikes dance. Sigma Nu house.
Weber Sultorlnm, 1100-O St.
Military Ball Deficit. ,
The Offlcera' Club held a meeting
last evening at which the report of tho
Military "Ball committee was read and
accepted, There was a deficit of over
Jlfty dollars which tho officers will be
compelled t,o make good. The non
attendance of many of the officers at
the danco Is given as the reason for
this unfavorable financial report.
Get the Impulse
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We Have Plenty
of Goods Left
To Keep You Warm
Uuderwear Flannel Shirts
Special 1,487 Four-in-hand Ties going at . . 15c
Special number 2127 Overcoats going at half price
287 Suits at 'Half
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1419 O STREET
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
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Besureto see oiir linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
January 19 I2
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