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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1912)
THE DAILY NEDIA8KAN
FIFTEEN CANDIDATES WILL MEET
IN FINAL WEED1NQ OUT.
COMPETITION FOR THE 5 PLACES
Meet Illinois Her and Wisconsin at
Madlaon Deo. 13 Thr Places1
Place Aaaured, and Remain
ing Five Go to Beat Men.
TryoutB for positions on thdebatlng
team will be held Saturday moW&ag t
9 o'clock In Memorial Hall. Protfcfluor
Fogg and several professors from ttao
law and economics dopartmcntB will
act as Judges. The question will bo
tho same as the one uBed for the lnter
scholaetlc debate, viz, Resolved, That
all corporations engaged In Interstate
business should bo required to take out
From the fifteen men who aro on the
present debating squad two teams are
to be chosen, an affirmative team which
will debate with Illinois at Lincoln, and
a negative team which will meet at
Madison. Wis. The fact that three of
last year's men, Marcellus, Prince and
Garrett, are trying out causes the
keenest competition to center about
the position of alternate on the affirm
ative team and the four positions on
the negative team.
As hoi-otooro, all tho five colleges
which aye arguing thlB Bubject will de
bate ou the Bdme day. this year Fri
day. December the 13th. Besides Ne
braska. Illinois and Wisconsin, Iowa
and Minnesota will each have two
teams In tho field. W. F.
GIRLS' CLUB LUNCHEON NOV. 16
Annual Get-Together of Co-eds Will Bo
Held Saturday Noon-Tlcfcets Go
on 8ale Tuesday.
The annual Girls' Club luncheon,
the get-together affair of all tho Uni
versity girls, will be held at noon on
Saturday. November 16. Klnboratc
preparations aro belnK mado by the
committee iiTcharge to serve 300. and
tne number may mount higher than
Laat year the first luncheon wan
held In tho Temple, and the buccess
which crowned the efforts of those in
Charge has led to tho preparations for
(ho "biggest ever" this year. Nearly
800 girls attended and went In a body
to the Michigan game, where seats in
tnT grandstand had been reserved.
During the luncneon a rally waa in
augurated and much enthusiasm wa
roused for the game
TicketB for the luncheon aro In tho
bands of all members of the board.
jAiss Ensign and Miss Drake. They
will be put on sale in Library Hall
Tuesday and will bo withdrawn abso
lutely after Wednesday, the 13th.
AT THIS TIME
This is the time to find just what you want
"in our big meti's style shop. Fine stylish
high grade Suits and Overcoats. All the
newest things in furnishings and hats, all
the lines are at their best Let us show you.
1325 O Street
The Home of God Clothes
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Superior Club Notice.
The Superior Club will meet Satur
day evening at the home of Mr J. W.
Klcfer, 1825 M street
Soph Football Notice.
All sophornojro football mon will
meet at the gymnasium' this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Ed. Pettis, manager.
Scandinavian Club Monday.
Tho Scandinavian Club meets next
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of Professor Alexis, 1420 Elm
Btreet. President A. H. Dahlstrom
will Bpoak on the subject "Vikings "
Tako Fourteenth street car.
Freshmen! Freshmen! Freshmen!
Do you know that tne freshmen
Olympic tryouts are to bo hold at tho
gymnasium next Saturday night? Do
you know that you are expected to bo
there? And do you know that a radical
change has been made from the orig
inal plans outlined by the Innocents.
The cross-oountry race has been
changed to a mile relay race with
Bixteen men on each Bide. This means
the loyal work and co-operation of
every man. Everyone who can run a
hundred yards be suro to be out to
the tryouts to be held on the athletic
field at 9:30 a. in., Saturday morning.
Hooward Ankeny, chairman.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
NUtar Drug Co.
13th and O St.
e Big enough
for the biggest
game of North
f "WgfcPiwer" Repeating
list Price - $20.00
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Vac Rem. Auto-Loadlnr Cartridges
SUREFIRE NORMXS NO
Rifles also fur
nished in fancy
Send for handsome.
JL STEVBK ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Box 5M4
1 VSk 1
new i in
ON SALE SATURDAY
25 Cent Silk Four - in - Hands
New arrival 10OO of them
shown In all the new color.
Made of illk arid wool Bengallne,
everslble and full 45 Inchsa long.
Men will appreciate the ease
with which the el Ik Tie slip
through close-fold collar.
Women will Want
Women who wear tailored waist
or tho new soft flannal shirts
will want a half doten at least.
This li particularly true of the
new reds, blues, etc., of which
there are many splendid shades.
MR. COLLEGE MAN
. Here Is the opportunity you have been
waiting for. Just the thing for those
Jlose-fUtlng collars. See them In the win
dow and be sure to select your before
the range of colors Is broken. Please
note they mrt on sale for Saturday only.
Watch them go.
Rudge & Guenzel Co,
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
213-218 IMorTM 9TH St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE STRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
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