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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
SPIRIT GETS BOOST
UNI. SPIRIT ROUSED IN FIRST BIG
RALLY OF YEAR.
CORNHUSKERS OUT TO WIN
So Stiehm Assures Fans Rain Keeps
Many Away Coffee and Meade
Lead in Good Old Nebraska
Damjx'iiiiiK weather did not lessen
the customary Nebraska spirit at the
football rally held yesterday morning
in Memorial Hall for the Kansas Aggie
game In spite of the weather a large
crowd of loyal Nebraskans were in at
"Hiddy" Meade and "Moke" Coffee,
the new yell leaders elected by the In
noeents, led in the yells and pave pep
to the assemblage In fact, the rally
showed pep from start to finish
Chancellor Avery opened the meet
ing in his customary vigorous style
and told how the team was going to
beat the Aggies and how the rooters
could aid them by their rooting
Coach Stiehm was not so optimistic
in his iews as he formerly has been,
but he assured them the squad was
going into the game for victory Cries
for "We want Captain Frank" forced
that quiet natured person to the plat
form, and he assured them that the
team was up against one of the hard
est games oT the season The rooters
assured him by three lusty cheers that
they would do their part.
Dr Condra, whose absence would
make a rally incomplete, gave his cus
tomary "pepperbox" address. He put
pep into the audience by leading in
cheers for the Chancellor, the team,
and gave the freshmen a chance to
Hhow their vocabulary power with
"U U UNI."
With a selection from the band the
first rally of 1912 closed.
Metcalf Addresses Wilson Club.
H. S Metcalf addressed the Univer
sity Wilson and Marshall Club at their
headquarters, 121(5 N street, last night
His talk was on the opinions of the
three candidates for the presidency on
the leading questions of the campaign
It was exceedingly interesting and in
Professor Frye says "pal
pable artifice is not art."
You will find no artifice in
our smart clotbes, and none
in tbe way we sell tbeni.
Tbeir fabrics and workman
sbip are genuine and sub
stantial not artificial.
They jive expression to
real art in properand stylish
apparel for young gentle
men. Kenmors, $14.50
L Systems, to
Copynght 1912 Th
MAGEE & DEEMER
Cooyrinhl Iql2 The Houar l Kuppeahcusec
Medical Society Meeting Tonight.
The llrst meeting of the Medical So
ciety will be held Friday, October 13,
from 5 to G in N 210 The purpose of
this meeting is to make planB for the
year, and all former" members are re
quested to be present. Prospective
medical students are cordially invited.
A. D M linger, President.
Rail at Farmers' Institute.
Assistant Professor Hall of the ani
mal husbandry department is In the
western part of the state on farmers'
Twenty men are wanted to usher at
the football game Saturday, October
12. All ushers muBt appear In uniform
at the athletic field by 2 o'clock sure.
If you want in on this see E. E. Frost
at the Armory during the drill hour.
Don't carry them downtown on your
arm. Call auto R-1294 or Bell F-3438
and we'll call for and deliver those togs
in time for that rush date The Stu
dents' Suitorium Adv.
Aldrich Addresses Progressives.
Governor Aldrich will speak to the
Progressive League of University Stu
dents at the Temple Theater at 8
o'clock Saturday night C L Ketn,
president of the league, will preside,
and there will be other speakers for
THE UNIVERSITY MEN'S TAILORS
We could make them "Cheaper, " but we "Won't "
Welwould 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, nsNonth
Good Laundry Work Cheap
Let Me Help You Cut Down
A postal request will bring you my bitf discount
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GOOD THINGS TO EAT
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MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
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LOOKS LIKE A GENTLEMAN
MAYER BROS. CO.
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