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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Camp Fire Girls Meet Today.
Tho Camp Fire Glrla will meet at 5
o'clock in the Y V. C. A. rooms Thurs
day evening All girls Interested in
this meeting are Invited to come
Hagcnslck'fl OrchcBtra. Auto 9042.
Tennis Association to Meet.
The Mcn'H Tennis Association will
moot Thursday, 11 o'clock, U 102
Remombor thoHO. 11-1294 Automatic,
K-3438 Roll; 504 North 15th; $1.50 club
ticket; BatlBfaction guaranteed; deliv
ery Bervlce They're what you ought
to know about the Students Suitorlum
Botany Pamphlet Popular.
The third edition of tho botany pam
phlet iBBued by the department of hot
any Ib now ready for dlBtrlbution The
pamphlet containB the latest classlfl
cation of plants that Dean Hessey has
been able to make Only nine copies
of the second edition are left, as there
has been so much demand for the book
from outside sources
Call Hoy (). Warde. dance orchestra.
Auto 7186, L-8152.
Alumni Coming for Visit.
Mr and Mrs L M Huntington are
spending their vacation in Kearney
and will visit the University in about
a week They are both Nebraska
alumni, Mr Huntington graduating in
civil engineering In 1!I04 Ills experi
ence since graduation has been wholly
in the tropics, and he is at present in
the employ of the Dominican
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repalrod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able prices. Mrs Brlcka, 315 South
17th Auto B-4844 Adv. 10-2 It
Foresters Returning to School.
The upper claaBmon In the foreBtry
department are returning from their
work on government foreBt roBcrveB
These men have boon working on the
reserves In the west as well aB In
Kentucky They are highly pleased
with their summer's work and are
ready to take up graduate or continue
their undergraduate work
JoneB' Orchestra Phone 1,-8605.
The Nebraska Agricultural Kxperi
ment Station has just Issued Bulletin
130, which is No 11 of the North
Platte Substation series This bulletin
gives tho results of growing thirty
coltB. Some colts were grown almost
entirely on alfalfa, while other colts
were not given any alfalfa. This bul
letln will be mailed free to residents
of the state on request to Director
K A Burnett, Lincoln, Neb.
Botany Department Gets Charts.
A number of charts hae been re
cehod b the botany department and
will be used by botany 3 and 4 These
are ol foreign make and their con
struction is unusually fine.
Dramatic Club Meets Tonight.
The Dramatic Club will hold the
first meeting of the season this even
ing in their rooms in the Temple At
this meeting preparations will be made
for the trouts which will be held
GREAT SPECIAL SALE
Regular History Note Book
Reduced prices on bronze shields and Uni Pins.
We also keep the latest University novelties.
The University Book Store
340 N. 11th Street
I). B. GILBERT, Manager. LINCOLN, NEB.
Freshmen girls at the University of
Kansas are reported to be extremely
husky this year Two athletic records
for girls have already been broken by
THE UNIVERSITY MEN'S TAILORS
Wcould make them ''Cheaper," bul we "Won't "
Wewould make them "Better," but we "Can't."
LARGEST STOCK OF WOOLENS IN THE WEST AND AT POPULAR
RUN )Y OLD U. OF N. MEN
Jones & Dalling,
135 No. 11th
Chicago University has the distinc
tlon of possessing one of the heaviest
football players on record His name
Is Craig Redmond of Peru, Ind , and
his weight is 238 pounds. Redmond is
a candidate for the freshman team
Meet me at Green's, 120 North 11th
Pass Civil Service Exams.
The eight foresters who took the
civil service examination last spring
all passed with good marks This is
an exceptional case and one to be
proud of The Unlversit of Nebraska
wishes them great success in their
We have the best workman, the larg
eat, moBt Banltary and modem baibei
shop and bathhouse in the cit Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited
Green's, 120 North Kleenth.
Sigma Phi Kpsilon announces the
following pledges T H Strain, I. K
Kwing and Elmo l.ehr
Wisconsin's opening game of th.e
season revealed a weak line, but a
very strong backtleld Two touchdowns
were made on forward pasess back of
the goal line, which show the adan
tagea of the end zone
in an establish school where the standards of instruction are given the
same careful thought aB in the best departments of the University.
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
offers splendid instruction in Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice, Violin, Clar
inet, Flute. Saxaphone, Cornet, all Theoretical branches and Public
Department of Dramatic Art
Apply for full information at School building
11th and R Streets Opposite tho University
2411 &o. lllli &t. Cinrolu. Nrti.
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th See ou r Sample
LOST In the library, a Waterman
safety fountain pen, owner's Initials
ind liat name on the pen Return to
Ibis otllce at once lit Jl- 3t
The Pl mouth Congregational Church
will entertain the students of South
Lincoln Friday, October 11, at the
church parlors, Seventeenth and Q
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
213-215 North 9th St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
You Can Save
$25 to $50
buying a slightly used or rebuilt
Every machine backed by a po
sitive two year guarantee.
Have large stock of late model machines for rental.
Repairs and supplies for any standard make.
Nebraska Typewriter Co.
Auto 2080.-143 So. 12th St. Bell 1299.
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