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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
GREEK TO MEET GREEK
FOR INTER-FRAT HONORS
Grook will moot Greek In a truo
battle royal Saturday afternoon in tho
annual Intorfratornlty Indoor track
moot. Preliminaries for tho big ovont
will bo hold this afternoon at tho Ar
mory, tho representatives of tho ton
fratornltlcs entered clashing there at
Ninoty-nino men are entered In tho
moot this yoar. Teams from tho Al
pha Tau Omega, Alpha Thota Chi,
Delta Tau Doltn, Bota Theta PI, Kap
pa Sigma, Phi Delta Thota, Phi Gam
ma oDlta, Dolta Upsilon, Phi Kappa
Psl and Sigma Alpha EpBllon being
in tho lineup. In adldtlon oach of tho
sororities will havo a four-man relay
toam ontcred for tho big Intcr-sororlty
raco to bo hold Saturday.
Six men will bo ontored for each
ovont In tho final races Saturday, and
thoro will bo four rolay teams of four
mon each for tho rolay races of tho
fraternities. Tho tug-of-war flnalB will
bo between two teams.
Tho University band will play
throughout tho entiro meet and will
. also furnish tho danco music, tho
dance following tho moot. Tho com
mitoo in charge havo mado arrange
ments to havo tho moot flnishod bo
foro 2.30 o'clock and to havo Lincoln
'thoators hold tho curtain until 2:45 If
any of theso attending tho ovont- wish
to mako tho thoator In tho aftornoon.
Tho dancing will last until 5:30
o'clock in tho aftornoon. Sovoral of
tho fraternities of school havo planned
to havo largo box parties for tholr
Baskeball and athlotlc goods at tho
Lawlor" Cycle Co.'s store, 1423 0 St. tf
WRE8TLERS IN PRELIMINARIES.
Qanz, Gunther and Wilson Are Tho
In tho wrestling prollminarlos last
bight Ganz won from Wado, neither
securing a fall, in twonty-Avo minutes
and Gunther dropped Haumont in tho
woltorwolght class in seven minutes.
"Wilson won tho heavyweight bout
from Beavor In twonty-flvo minutes.
Tho following mon will moot InTho
tournament in tho small gymnasium
Schroyor, 120 vs. Koohlor, 123.
Ganz, 130 vs. Wharton, 133.
Mlllor, 154 vs. Frazier, 153.
WliBon, 170 vs Beckhoff, 165.
Gunthor, 137 vs Ruby, 144.
McCormick, 178 vs Harmon, 187.
For your orchestra call O. L. JonoB.
To Shoot With Minnesota.
Next Saturday tho Nebraska sharp
shooters will contend with tho Minne
sota riflemen. Little information can
bo gathered as to tho abilities of the
respective teams. MinoBOta defoatod
Michigan sovoral weeks ago and No
braska shqt with Michigan laBt week
but tho report of tho score has not
yet been received.
Junior Players to Meet,
All Juniors who desire to play In
the Inter-class basketball tournament
aro urgently requested to bo at tho
armory for, practice Tuesday ovening,
February 13, or Thursday, February
A largo atondanco is desired Tues
day ovontng as a captain Is to bo
Kappa 8lgs Defeat Betas.
LaBt night on tho gymnasium floor
tho Betas suffered a defeat at tho
hands of the Kappa Slgs 12 to 7. Tho
game was fast throughout and the
usual roughness that characterizes In-ter-frat
basketball was present. Both
teams lacked nothing In the way of
support from loyal rooters.
ORR TO MANAGE CAFETERIA
EXPERIENCED 8PECIAL 8TUDENT
18 APPOINTED TO POSITION
Tho Y. M. C. A. committee in
charge of tho cafeteria has llnally ar
rived at a decision in regard to tho
management and has appointed Ralph
W. Orr to OH that position. He will
tako charge immediately, and will
ovorseo tho installation of the furnish
ings. Mr. Orr is registered as a special
student In tho arts and science col
lego, and has bcon taking work at Ne
braska for Bovoral years. Ho is mak
ing a special study of education.
Ho has had experience in this line
of work. Ho was formerly in charge
of tho dining service of tho Lincoln
Commercial Club, and whllo thoro tho
affairs of tho dining room were put
on an offlclent paying basis.
During tho past week a largo steel
range, weighing about one ton, arrived
and has been placed in the basement
of tho Temple. Mr. Orr will havo
charge of tho installation of this
range and of all the equipment, which
Is due to arrive soon. As yet noth
ing haB been dono oxcopt tho rebuild
ing and enlarging of tho kitchen, but
as fast as tho equipmont arrivos It will
bo put in placo.
Tho Y. M. C. A. committee which
has chargo of tho cafotorla consists
of four men representing all partb of
tho school. Prof. A. A. Reed, chair
man, and Dr. B. L. Palno, represent
ing the business mon of the city;
Luclan Marsh, alumni member, and D.
M. Rogers, student representative,
Make up tho commlttoe.
TENNI8 PLAYERS ARE SADDENED.
Popular 8port May Become Thing of
Past at University.
Tears! Also much walling and
gnashing of teeth. It begins to look as
though tennis would bo a thing of tho
past in Nebraska sports.
When tho regents decided that tho
noisy laws deserved a building of
tholr own they also decided that it
must bo built on tho ground now occu
pied by tho tonnis courts. At prosent
tho tennis men can find no other place
about tho campus that would bo avail
able for. tho popular pastime. Thoro
Is no spaco loft on tho athletic field.
Tho only placo possible just now
would bo on tho two lots on the north
west corner of Tonth and U streets.
Those lots aro now occupied by a cou
ple of houses which tho Univorslty
rontB. With tho addition of another
lot thoro would be room for at least
If the regents would concede this
property to tho tonnis men tho houses
could bo cleared and the grounds ar
ranged with tho money now in the
tennis association's treasury.
Make your datOB early with Hagon
alck's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
ALPHA PHIS HAVE FA8T TEAM.
Five Sororities Announce Names 'of
Runners In Meet.
Five sororities havo announced tho
names of tho runners who will repre
sent them In the lntor-sororlty rolay
raco. Tho Alpha Phis, having Racely,
Reed, Brannon and Christmas on thoir
team, feel confident of landing first
place. Tho list of the mon represent
lng theso sororities follow:
Chi Omega May, Wiley, K. Lee,
Delta Gam.ma Barney, Dick Rus
sell, Ross Hascall, Mark Hargreaves.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Waugh,
Howard, Seaman, Gordon Beck.
Kappa Alpha Thota Anderson, Rob
inson, Wentworth, Scott.
Alpha Phi Racely, Christmas, Bran
Sale of Men's Shoes
400 pairs of $4.50,
$5.00 and $6.00
shoes, on sale . . .
This offer includes shoesrom such well known lines as
Stetson, Dr. Reed, Upham Bros. & Hurley's. All reasonably
good styles. Shoes that will give excellent wear.
You will find Gun Metals and Tan Calf in either lace or
button styles. Sizes are not complete, but there is a good
range, as the following tables will show:
GUN METAL CALF SHOES .
Size 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12
Width A 0 1 3 4 5 9 13 11 10 9 2 2 0 0
B 2 5 6 7 11 11 7 17 9 5 B 2 0 0
C1644608661 1 0 1 1
D013714. 4000 0 0 0 0
TAN CALF SHOES
Size 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12
Width A001242115C 6 2 0 0
B17C6 10 52478 G 2 0 0
015761848212 2- ' 0 0
D0217001427 1 0 00"
If your size is here you are sure 61 a bargain Saturday. '.
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Takes the. pick
$20 ot $25
o Overcoat in
4t9 Company osteet
Inter Frat Indoor Meet
and Matinee Dance
i20 SHarp, February lO, 1912
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