The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 26, 1912, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THEJ1 DAILY INEBRVSK1AIN
Owned and published by t o University of Nebraska througn
THE 8TUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OfJlcos Basomcnt tho Administration Building.
Postomco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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EDITORIAL
A. H. Dlmmore, Managing Editor
P. C. McConnoll, Associate Kdltor Searlo P. Holmes, Assoclato Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor E. Leo TJpdcgruff, Sporting Editor
REPORTORIAL
Merrill Rocd L. A. Bcchter Hugh Agor
Winifred Harm Wallaco B. Troup
William O. Coolcy
WOMEN'8 DEPARTMENT
Winulfrcd Elclinr Ruth Mungor
FARM DEPARTMENT
--tt'IJ Editor, H. Q. Hewitt
E. C. Nelson Joseph MsCarthy
Henry Bull John Harding
Henry Stubbo W. A. Nelson
J. Lovejoy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
Whin If rod Sccgar
Robert Brlggs
Hazel Wcstovcr
Abigail McConncll
BU8INE88
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BUSINESS MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Ant. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
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Subscription 12.00 per year. Single copies Sc
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at tho Postofnce, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912
THE UNIVERSITY BAND.
Once again wo take our Underwood
In hand to call tho attention of tho
pleasuro-lovlng student body to a stu
dent organization really worthy tholr
patronage
Wo speak of tho University Band,
and tho concert which It purposes to
give at tho Oliver Theatre Saturday
evening next.
Football season has now becomo a
thing pf the past, and there remains
to us simply memory of tho triumphs
we witnessed on Nebraska field and
elsewhere. TriumphB they were cer
tainly, and the work of tho team has
low theBO men who have worked to
make themselves a credit to Nebraska
to give a concert to a room contain
ing only complimentaries and empty
chairs, while our small change drib
bled into the coffers of a dance, some
other amusement resort, or who
knows what.
We owe something to tho band, and
wo ought tp pay It. Last year it cost
the boys nearly two dollars apiece to
give their concert. That we think was
disgraceful.
Certainly wo can't afford to allow
repetition of such a thing. Wo might
add that this is entirely gratis, scoff
who may.
We are for the Band.
Tinted Party Slippers
All Shades, Satin and Silk
14130 BUDD
$2-95
Upstairs
drawn Its full mead of praise at homo
and abroad.
But who Is there that can recall'any
of tho games on tho home field, gr
who Is there who made the Minneap
olis, Ames or Kansas trips wha will
fail to recall in connection with those
games the Trojan work of tho cadet
band on each occasion? Everywhere
It went it was hailed with delight,
and though the sore spots of defeat
often prevented the opponents from
giving to the team Just credit, no ex
change which comes to our office
failed to pralso Nebraska's Band.
It was great. Not one of us but called
loudly for muBic when It appeared at
the games not one of us but en
joyed It.
Then it was free. Now a slight ad
mission fee Is to bo charged, but Is
our enjoyment of the band and Its
work to be bounded by a lino of quar
ters or halves oY dollars? Wo think
not.
It would be pretty poor of us to al-
Eager to Chicago. .
Manager Eager has gone to Chicago
to attend the meeting of the Big Eight
powers and will probably bring back
definite news of games with some of
the Chicago Conference teams for
next fall.
The Hyde Prlntery, 1331 P St., up-to-dato
printing of all kinds.
Alumni Marriage.
Tho marriage of John Burkott, 1907,
and Miss Alma Herminghaus of Lin
coln took place yesterday. Mr. Bur
kott formerly attended tho University
and was a member of Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity.
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
Auto L-8C05.
Notice.
The Tegner Society Is to 'meet at
Townsend's Studio, Saturday at 11:00
a. m., for the Cornhusker picture.
25.C
THE BAND
OLIVER THEATER.
January 26
25c
Special Lot
5 J 2 Pairs
Men's Shoes
J .95 p?
at
SATURDAY
Shoes that were regularly 3.50
and 4.00 pair
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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 Tailors
College View, Nebraska
Phone A-Q
Jersey Sweaters
at Special Prices for
SATURDAY
i .50 for 2.50 values
2.00 for 3.00 values
A small lot of Scarlet and Cream-
Sweaters. 3.00 grade
to close at 1.00
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