The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 12, 1912, Image 4

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COLLEGIATE SPORTS
E. LEE UPDEGRAFP
HEAVY BJISKET-BALL
SCHEDULE FOR AGGIES
The following men havo been picked
aa the Aggie banketball team: Porter,
GaddlB, Johnson, Willnrd, Xeafua.
Pholoa, Rico and Rouse aro tho subs.
The schedule as Anally settled is as
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City league at Y. M. C. A.:
Jan. 13 University Place High.
Jan. 23 Cotnor Academy.
Jan. 25 Tcmplo High.
Fob. 7 Nebraska .Military Academy.-
Feb. 8 Lincoln Business College.
Fob. 1,0 Cpllogo View Academy.
Fob. 17 Lincoln High.
8chedule for Trip.
Jan. 15 Duvid City.
Jan. 10 Cedar Rapids.
Jan. 17 Genoa; two games.
Jan. 18 St. Edward.
' Jan. 19 Albion.
i Jan. 10 Columbus (if possible).
WESTERN UNIVERSITIES'
INTERCOLLEGIAT FIVE
An Intercollegiate basketball quintet
has boon organized by Ave -former
stars of Western unlvorBltioB. Ponn
and Ryan, formerly of Illinois, aro for
wards. John Schommer, ex-Unlverslty
of Chicago star contor, und Freozo
and Artley of Notre Dame, tho .guards.
The team is seeking games with col
lege squads.
Make your dates early with Hagon
sick's Orchestra. Auto B-2900. tf
Class in Boxing.
A cIhbb in boxing will bo started at
7:30 p. m Wednesday, January IGth,
in tho locker room of the Gymnasium.
All students who doBlro to outer this
course Bhould be present at tho tlmo
mentioned abovo. Jack Bost and E. C.
McKeo will havo charge of tho class.
A foo of $5.00 will bo charged for
"twenty lessons.
"DOG" EAGER REMEMBERS
GIRLS' PREVIOUS EFFORTS
Co-eds Will "have a chance to uso
their season tickets again.
"Dog" Eager announces that he has
resorved the choice section, of tho
grandstand In thd Armory for tho
girls' squad at tho baskotball games
this wintor.
This section is the center of tho'
south side.
Plans for organized rooting aro
afoot, and a largo portion of tho co-ed
crowd which turned out to help win.
the football games is oxpected and
provided for during the basketball
season.
Manager Eager expresses his delight
at tho way In which women students,
have taken hold of athletic interests
this year, and states that a greater
feature will bo made of the girls'
squad next year.
C. II. Froy, florist, 1133 O St. tf
YALE BUILDS SKATING RINK
LARGEST RINK IN THE COUNTRY.
HAS JUST BEEN FIN-
ISHED.
The largest hockey rink in the
United States has recently boon com
pleted at Yale at tho coBt of $12,000.
It has an ice surface of 17,100 square
feet and tho stands havo a seating
capacity of 2,000.
Soo Lob Hydo whon in need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
COME OUT1
Everybody out for the first basket
ball game and Informal dance. Best
value outside of postage stamps to be
found on the campus. Eight o'clock,
at the Gymnasium.
Georgd Bros., export printers,1 en
gravers and ombosserB, 13th and N.
Men's Wool Sweater
Coats at 1-3 OH
This includes our entire line of Men's Sweaters Grays, Navy,
Tan and Brown, some in combinations of Blue and Gray.
Heavy grade sweaters that are fine for cold weather wear.
Many men wear a sweater under their overcoat, or for out-of-door
or in-door-wear. Prices range 2.00, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00 and
7.50,, Priced to close at ONE-THIRD OFF
Men's Wool Knit Vests
5.00 Value for 3.50
These vests are made of a fine grade of wool, as warm as a
sweater and most dressy come in Oxford Gray and Brown,
closed with good pearl buttons. Fine for winter wear suitable
for business or semi-dressy wear. Worth 5:00 regular. Sale
price 3.50
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All Soul's Church
UNITARIAN
Corner H and 1 2th Streets ,
A FREE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION
Sunday Morning, January 14, Service t0:45. Subject: "Joseph
Mazzini, Creator of Modern Italy."
Students' Liberal Religious Union 12:00,12:30.
Clearing Sale Reductions
ON ALL
Young Men's Suits and Overcoats, Furnishings, Hats and Caps, and on Men's Shoes, This sale offers
you an opportunity to buy good things to wear at, big savings, and if you will figure up the reductions
named, you'll see that they are too big for you to pass up. Come in and see whether you want to buy or not
MEN'S
, $40, $35, $30
Suits and Overcoats
in this Sale
$23.50
MEN'S
$28, $25
Suits and Overcoats
in this Sale
$18.50
MEN'S
$22.50420.00 $18.50
Suits and Overcoats
in this Sale
$14.50
MEN'S
$15.00, $12.50
Suits and Overcoats
. in this Sale
$9.50
MEN'S
$10.00, $8.50
Suits and Overcoats
in this Sale
$5.50
Men's Sweaters, Caps and Shirts now at 20 Per Cent Off.
riTtunks, Grips and Bags SO Per Cent Off. Big Reductions on Everything.
OddvPantSale
Mayer Bros.
Seal Skin Caps
Now 20$, Off
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