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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1912)
THE DAILtf NEBRASKAN
NEBRASKA TRACK TEAM
PREPARING FOR CONTESTS
After running away with the Cham
pionship of tho Missouri Valley in
football and having a fair look-in on
tho basketball situation, it begins to
look as though Nebraska would act
tho wholo hog this year, and tako
tho track championship for 1912.
Every evening that tho Gym floor is
not patronized by tho tossers of the
round spheroid, it is being put to use
by tho runners who are going to at
tempt to bring homo tho bacon from
tho dual meet which will detormino
tho Missouri Valley champion for this
An. abundanco of new and old ma
terial has been showing up for prac
tice, although only indoor work is al
lowable as yet. Tho greatest loss to
tho track this year is last year'B cap
tain, Guy Reed, who is at present de
voting himself to tho task of coach
ing tho mon. Ho was a quartor-mllor
and two-twenty man, holding records
in each event.
Among tho old mon back are Beck
er, tho half-milor, who ran Hill of
Minnesota such a close race, tho timo
being lesB than two minutes; Art
May, who tied tho intercollegiate rec
ord for tho fifty-yard dash, and An
derson, thlB year's captain, tho crack
long distanco man of tho Valley. It
is expected that Linstrum and Christ
mas will don gym suits in the near
There aro a number of former high
school Btars among tho now men.
Reavis, tho holder of tho Btate record
for tho polo vault, is eligiblo for this
year's team, as aro Brannon, a crack
fluarter-milor from Lincoln and holder
of tho Nebraska Indoor twonty-flvo-yard
record; Kennedy, from Omaha,
holder of tho state, mile record.
Racoly, tho speedy football man and
ex-Bellovuo sprinter, haB recovered
from his football injury sufficiently to
bo out for some light work. Roberts
seems to be showing up woll in Ne
braska's weak department, tho low
Bo sure to romember tho Hampton
Orchestra Club. Fraternity Bldg.
Few Fresh Caps Left.
FreBhmon who ordered class caps
aro requested by tho committee to
got them at once at Mayor Brothers'
hat department. Tho caps now on
hand, which are being hold for thoso
who ordered them, aro also being
sought by froshmen who failed to or
der in advanco, but who now doBlro
caps. Tho committee thoroforo be
lieves it will bo justified in holding
tho caps for only a reasonable time
for tho original depositors, after
which other mombors of tho class will
bo allowed to buy thorn. TIiobo who
ordered, but have loBt thotr doposit re
ceipt, should securo a duplicate at tho
Rag office, as tho receipt must be sur
rendered when tho cap is secured.
See LeB Hyde when In need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
P. G. D. vs. P. D. T.
Tho Phi Gamma Delta will play tho
Phi. Delta Thota, Wednesday evening
at C:30. Tho game wjll bo held in tho
WANTED Three numbers of the
1910 Thanksgiving edition of the
Dally Nebraskan. Will pay 50c
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kan office. 73-5
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MAGEE &. DEEMER
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The Third Regular Term
Begins January 29th
All Branches of ftp- .
plied Music Taught
Harmony, History of Music
Theory, Analysis, Pedagogy
and Public School Music
EXCHAiNGED BY MISTAKE At
Senior Prom, Hofloy for a Schoblo
derby. Latter, Initiate H. M., now
at Rag office to oxchango for for
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN A
coin purse, containing two keys and
small change, was taken from tho
dcBk by the door in tho ofltco of
English Literature, Library, Wod
noBday afternoon, January, 10th.
Loavo the purBo and keys at tho
Librarian's desk, general reading
room within tho noxt two days and
avoid personal notice.
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