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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Owned and publlBhod by t'o University of Nebraska througn
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Oniccs Basomont tho Administration Building.
Postofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888.
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035,, Bus. Mgr. 4206
8AM R. BUCK, EdItor-ln-Chlef
A. H. Dlnimore, Managing Editor
P. C. McConncll, ABfloclato Editor Scarlo F. Holmes, Associate Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor E. Leo IJpdegrafT, Sporting Editor
L. A. Bechtor Hugh Agor
Wallaco B. Troup
William O. Cooloy
Editor, H. Q. Hewitt
"W. A. Nelson
J. Lovejoy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
E. C. NolBon
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BU8INE88 MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Ant. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. 8lngle copies 6c
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at tho Postomco, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912
"GOOD MORNING, MR. KNOCKER."
Wo aro going to tho band concort
next Friday. Wo havo already ro
Borvod our scats and Intend to tako
in tho show. That band, which wo
braBlcana call "our own," Is one of the
boBt In tho United States, and It would
bo a Bhamo to miss tho concort.
'Every box and ovory seat on tho
main floor should bo occupied by
loyal backor of tho CornhuBker band.
Foster Gets Honors.
Goorgo N. FdBtor, Law '11, who Is
now taking post-graduate work In tho
through "A Tour of Greoce." Tho
Itinerary will follow tho routes pur
sued during two trips to Greece made
in former years. The aim of tho
course is to bring clearly boforo tho
student tho appoaranco of rGeeco as
It Is today; Its topography, architec
ture, thoatres, temples, etc. Tho
courso will consist chiefly of lectures
illustrated by many hundred views,
photographs and lantorn slides, taken
during formor tours through Greece.
0no hour attendance. Ono hour
credit. Tuesdays at 4:00 p. m. For
further Information consult Professor
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
$5,00 and $6,00 Shoes
Ladies, Get in on This
Good Sizes, New Toes, Low and High
Heels, High 16-Button Boots, for
Get the Impulse
Pay Your Subscription
at the Qffice
Before February 1st
"Exams. Wilt "Be Cher"
Freshman Law Hop
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give lis a Trial Order
1106 0 STREET
University of Chicago, was a member
of the dobatlng team of that univer
sity, which mot Michigan last Saturday.
STUDENTS MAKE CASTING.
Engineers Mould Giant Base for New
The largost casting over made in
tho Nebraska engineering shopB was
caBt Monday afternoon. It 1b to form
tho base for tho now giant tolosCopo
being built for tho observatory. Tho
casting 1b a ono-ploco affair and is
consldored by local engineers to bo
perfect. No air bubblos mar Its sur
face or made its form defective in
tho least. '
NEW COUR8ES TO BE GIVEN.
MEDIC8 VISIT INSANE HOSPITAL.
Dr. Poynter Leads Excursion to State
Tho sonlor medical class in neurol
ogy journeyed out to tho Nebraska
State Hospital for tho IiiBano, Tues
day afternoon. A tour of Inspection
of all wards was made by tho young
doctors. Several diagnosos of cases
were mado, both by students and by
Dr. L. B. Plllsbury, who acted as lyoBt
to tho college men. Dr. C. W. M.
Poyntor was in charge of tho trip.
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares anything at all about his personal appearance knows
that only a first-class morchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes that will
give him that look of distinction that a well-groomed and woll-droBsed mas
shows. At 129 So. 11th Street tho firm of Flodeen & Brethouwor maintain
a largo show window that is always filled with a lino of goods that aro equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to bo found in tho west Ths
prices quoted on those goods attract attention, and the workmanship and fit
is all that could bo desired. Here you can buy tallor-mado goods at hand-me-down
DRAKE PAPER MAKES FORECAST
Would Terminate Nebraska-Minnesota
Professor Lees Will Conduct Studies
Greek in .English Course 2b. This
course emphasizes tho study of Eng
lish wordB, especially modorn scien
tific terms, derived or borrowed from
tho Qreok. It 1b lntonded primarily
for those who may wish to obtain, in
- ono semester, a fair knowledge of tho
Greek elements in our English lan
guage. No provioua knowodga of the
Greek language is required. Five
hours attendance. Five hourd attend-
.: anco. Five hours credit Dally at
8:00 a. m. For further information
consult Professor Lees, University
Hall 215. . ..'-, .
A Trip to Greece Course 36,. .Dut-
ing'tho. second semester,. Professor
Lees will again .conduct a 'ojafes
Tho Drake Delrmic has announced
that the athlotic relations between
Nebraska and Minnesota aro to Do
terminated bocauso of Nebraska's dic
tatorial attitudo In regard to tho foot
ball game botweon tho two schools
next fall. No bucIi nows has come
from tho Minnesota camp, at least it
is not conceded at Nebraska.
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linef irst.
College View, Nebraska
For your orchestra call O. L. Jonos,
Book Store Closes.
On 'account of tho removal of 'the
Regents' Book Store from tho Temple
to the now quarters In the basement
of the Administration Building, the
stpro will not be open for business on
Thursday and Friday of this week.
, Seo Los Hyde when in need of pro
grams; menus and other printing.
Nebraska vs. Am6s
Feb'y 2 aiadl 3 Informal Sat'y
Tickets at Coop.
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