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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1912)
T II E I) A I L Y N 10 HBAfiKAN
JAYHAWKERS PRACTICE HARD
LECTURES IN ART GALLERY
Free Lectures on Art by Prof. S. S.
Hayden In Evenings Preparation
Coach Frank Keeps Men Incessantly
at It In Preparation for Com-
l-AWKKNCK, Khh , Nov 4 - (Special j rr Small H Hayden will deliver a
to The I)ail Nebrasluur, by K H Hack- , , ..,.., nn "Mn,iorn Piilntlnc
In thf Art Gallery of the University"
ItMil. I... i.. , I. ..ilfu I . ttinnrii
1 1 II II U I l w u linn iw ii i-irai
for the Cornhusker stiuggle and but
one week more to prepare for the an-"1 Mondays at 8 p m . November 11.
nual tail twisting conteHt between the 18. 25 and December 2 The purpose
Tiger and Jayhawker, everything Is 0f these lectures Is to offer Informa
business at the Kansas camp No Jon wll(h wl), ,)0 of nHB,H(niu,P ,
loalliiK i allowed and every man who
See our University Seals
those who intend to visit the annual
exhibition of the Nebraska Art Associa
intends to pi act ice has to be up on his
toes every minute The dilatory tactics
ol the Kansas team in lining up is a Hon The subject of the first lecture
thing of the past Kvery man is ex will he "The Viewpoint of the Modern
No admission will be charged.
and tin1 public as w.ell as the students
and fatultv will be welcorpe
On the evenings when these lectures
are given the art nailery will be open
fiom 7 till 10 p in Not only the paint
ins of the Nebraska Art ssociation
but a number of Professor Hayden's
copies ot mastei pieces and pilnt copies
pectcd to be back in his place, the ,,tiHt
minute the play ends
New playH are being leai ned and
evervthing shows preparation for the
later names The newest invent ion is
a shltt plav which ('oath Frank, the
oiinloator. calls the lockstep
Some more changes are beinn made
in the'line Although the line showed
up well against the Sooner attack.
Coaches Mosse and Fiank are not en
tirely satisfied with it Buinham was of inodein art will be on exhibition
i (inning signals last nlnht at tackle,
and Tudor had Hurnham's old position
at guard The rest ol the line was the
same as that of the Oklahoma game
In the backtleld Magill is plav inn .it
iiiaiter. while Ilollidav and I'aikei aie
holding down one of the pans ol hall
hacks The fullli.uk position lemains
The tiain came out ol the name in
line shape, and except lot a tew hi uises
would be phvsicallv lit It) enter a
We have a new line ol N Fobs Bar Pins,
Belt Buckles, Steins and Brass Npyelties.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 North Eleventh Street Lincoln, Nebr.
One Member of Party Accepts a Posi
tion In Mexico Topographical
paitv of engineers taking nd
vancetl woik m neolon have just re
tinned from a four da.vs' trip to Weep
Martin and Matt her. the inn Water The object of the expedi
present members of the hospital scpiad. tjon uaH , pn.p.in. u topographical
aie nearly well and will be able to r . . . . ,. , ,, ,.,.
J geological map of that section I he
plav In later contests
... i i i i .t expedition proved verv successful and
Unless somone is injured in the con
test Saturday. Kansas should line up mucl1 wah accomplished along this
against Nebraska In the best shape of line
the season when the Jayhawkers pil
THIS WEEK ONLY
We will make up our No. 1099 French Blue Serge
with Serge-Mohair or Imported Venetian Lining
Regular $35.00 Goods. See our window.
Jones and Dalling, TJPZrJhIlevenlh St
Ukr yuur Iflurh.
240 &n. 1 ltlj &t. fcltmiht. Nrb.
grimages to the Lincoln camp.
BESSEY TO SPEAK AT CLEVELAND
The pait was in charge of Prof K
F Schramm and was composed of the
following men- 1, F Skinner, (' L
Nichols, (' T Moore. C C. Keirle.
. Lloyd Harden, It R Gillespie. H V
Many Requests for Head of Botany ". - (' Chapman and J B Bur-
Department to Make Addresses. ",'" '- (" Chapman, one of the purty. I
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O Sts
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th See our Samples
DO YOUR WASHING
Dr Bessev Is in strong demand as
has just accepted a position with a
a public speaker Yestcidav he re mining turn in Mexico, and left yes
ceived a letter from K Hi own of the tenia v. to take up this new work
Bureau of Plant Industry asking him
to prepare a speech for the tilth an
nual meeting of seed analvsts to be
heltl in Cleveland .Tanuarv '1 This is
alwavs held m conjunction with the
ineinan ssocialion lot the dvance
merit of Silence, and is one of the
latgest scientific meetings ot the veai
Dr Bessev has accepted the invitation
and has decided upon the following
subject "What Can Bolanv Do for
the Seed Tester7"
He is also slated for a number of
important discussions betore the State
Teachers' Convention in Omaha this
week Among these will be a paper on
"Trees and Nature Study," and discus
slon ot the advisability ot making a
standard course In botany. Fuzz.
DEBATING BOARD FOR SOPH
Me.er Appoints Three Members of
Class to Arrange for Debate.
Fresideirl I- F Meier of the sopho
more class made appointments for a
debate hoard Monday Those appoint
ed vveie II C Hewitt, chairman,
Cloyd S Stewart and J C Beard Of
these Hewitt and Beard represented
the class in the team last ear The
purpose of this board is to arrange for
ttoutB arrd attend to matters pertain
ing to debate - I K F
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
Subscribe tor the Rag.
20 Per Cent Discount to Students
Call on at. 315 Sooth 11th Street
Y. M. C. A.
-jfc Antiseptic Barber Shop. -
fc Any Style Haircutting 25 cents. -
fc Best Service. Try Us.
abb b'ifyat? Sinner itniaya
The U of N Cafeteria
Will serve a table d'hote dinner in the "west room on Sun
days. The price will be 35 cents. Chicken dinner 40 cents.
J This does not effect the regular Cafeteria plan which
will also run on Sundays.
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