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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Visits Alpha XI Delta.
MIsh Cella Malone spent the week
end at the Alpha XI Delta house.
There will be a meeting of the inter
cla8B athletic board Tuesday at 11
o'clock In Memorial Hall.
1913 Football Men Out.
Senior football practice thlB after
noon at 4:30, east end of Armory. Do
sure and report.
Freshman Football Practice.
All men wishing to try out for fresh
man football for the Olympics be Bure
and be out on the athletic field today
at 4 p. in. Eaton.
Romans Under Discussion.
The Latin Club will meet tonight
with Professor Barber, 1320 L Btreet.
The subject of the program will be
"BiiHlnesB Life Among the IlomanB."
Eighty-seven tickets. Inclusive of all
complimontarles, have been validated
for the engineers' hop, December 11,
1912 No more tickets will be vali
dated for thlB hop. L. B. Tuckerman,
Jr., auditor of student organizations.
Junior Play Committee Notice.
Important meeting of the Junior play
committee today at 11 o'clock in U.
106 Every member of the committee
1b expected to be there. Frank Kruse,
Forest Club to Meet.
There will be a meeting of the For
est Club this evening in Nebraska Hall
at 7.30. Professor Morrill will speak
on "ForeBt Fires: Their Prevention
and Control." After the talk a busi
ness meeting will be held.
One hundred and twenty-five tickets,
inclusive of complimentarles, have
been validated for the sophomore hop
November 22. No more tickets will
be validated for this hop. L. B. Tuck
erman, Jr., auditor of student organiza
tions. Freshman Notice.
All freshman men are wanted to
meet in Memorial Hull Tuesday morn
ing, Nov. 12, at 11:30 a. m. There will
be a discussion of the plans for the
Olympics Saturday, and It is desired
that every freshman man be there.
Everybody out. O. A. Buerstetta, bcc
retary Men's dancing pumps and tan drill
shoes Women'8 party slippers and
Swedish gym shoes, at Rogers & Per
kins, 1129 O street.
We are in the
We know we can please you with
a suit, overcoat, hat, cap or
furnishings. Let us SHOW YOU
Jones' Orchestra. Phono L-8606.
Delta Zeta Pledges.
Delta Lola announces the pledging
of Miss Emily Houska of Omaha.
Music, Louis HageiiBick, Auto F-2042.
Kappa Sigma wlBheB to announce
the pledging of Arthur Schmidt of
Meet me at Green's. 120 North 11th
High School Girls Here.
MIbb LouiBe Dobbs of Beatrice and
MIbb Alberta Qelsler of Crete were
visitors at the Alpha XI Delta house.
Telephone Yulo Bros at onco.
A. E. Anderson Back.
A. E. Anderson, '12, 1b at the State
Farm for a few days. He 1b engaged
in experiment station work throughout
C. H. Frey, University florist, 1133
Rhodes In Charge of Swine.
Noel N. Rhodes of Audubon, Iowa, a
graduate of the School of Agriculture
in 1909, came Saturday to take charge
of the swine herd at the State Farm.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Call Roy'O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 7186, L-8152.
The Students' Sultorlum, cleaning
and pressing, 504 N. 15th. Auto B-1294.
LOST A Pocketbook containing about
$30 in bills. Kindly return and name
your own reward. B-2388. 11-7 3t
LOST A fountain pen In U. Hall 302
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Re
turn to thlB offlce. 11-9 3t
LOST Saturday on campus, gold seal
ring with initials "E. M. P." Return
to Rag office.
LOST A cameo brooch, valuable as a
family keepsake. Return to this of
fice and receive reward. ll-12-2t
FULK CLOTHING CO.
We can teach you
something about the fit
Ever wear a coat that
sagged or "pulled away"
in the collar, or wrinkled
in the back between the
If so, you'll appreciate
oui meaning when we
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permanently they fit.
Careful interior work
manship; skillful tailor
ing; thorough reliable
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fabrics; dependable can
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threadthey all combine
to secure for Kensington'
their matchless quality
of absolute fit.
Sylish business or
dressy sack suits that
you like to wear $20,
$25 and up to $40.
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LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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212-215 South 12th St.,
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IO n. 14th : our samples
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the same careful thought as 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 the University
TONIGHT, WED. tt WED. MAT.
THE COBURN PLAYERS
Wed. Mat. "TWELFTH NIGHT"
Wed. Evfl "ELECTRA"
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 75 to 25c
Thur. Night ($2.00 to 50c) Nov. 14
Gilbert &. Sullivan Festival Co.
WILLIAM ROCK &
JAMES H. CULLEN
DIXOND AND FIELD8
M'INTYRE &. HARTY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
TUE8. AND WED.
FREEMAN &. CARR
"In The Garden Fair"
"Carmen of The Isle"
3 8hows Dally 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 0 Sir., South Side.
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