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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
WORK AGAIN GOES SMOOTHLY
KANSAS ' NOT ON SCHEDULE
Thanksgiving Vacation Hat No Ef
fect On Study Many Eventa
The HludentH have uelzed the books
bo hnHtlly dropped but a few days ago
and are again attending their cluBBeH
with accuHtonied regularity. One can
scarcely icnllze that there haH been
a vocation which cnuHcd a ceaBatlon of
study and social actlvitlcH for a time
Refreshed by the brief roHplte granted
them, thoy are physically able to en
dure more seveie HtralnH upon their
norvouR HyateniB Perhapw the bene
flclal exerclHe received at home, Huch
as replenishing the family woodbox
or helping mother renovate the house
with a good old fashioned bioom Is
Jnrgely roHpontilble for this
Everything him taken on a different
aspect, although work Is tightening
up" considerably on account of the
near approach of the ChrlBtmas vaca
tion. Even the dally lectures do not
eom such Incomprehensible balder
dash afl they did Just before the pros
sure was lifted
Yet even though we are ambitious
and anxious to improve our time In
study, wo muBtt not overlook some -thing
else. One should be warned by
lile recent nervous breakdown and as
sure himself that It will not occur
again. There are several big Boclal
events In the next two weeks and all
are held on Frida or Saturday nights.
Therefore one should not have a valid
xcuBe for not attending some or all
The first big eent Is the Cornhusker
Banquet, held next Friday night No
Jyal male supprter of the team should
fail to be present at this banquet. It
Is such occasions as this that NebraH
ka men get together for the building
of n better and more unified N'ebrska
Next In order on Saturday, Dec. 7,
Is the Engineering Hop and tho Agri
cultural Club Hop. These should ap
peal to all thoBo who love to trip the
Jlght fantastic toe
Upon Friday, Dec 13, is tho Nebraska-Illinois
debate at the Memorial
Hall. Everybody who can possibly at
tend should be present to Inspire the
Nebraska speakers by their presence.
The Freshman Hop Is to be upon
the night following. This is the last
big social event before vacation, and
will be unusually good, as It Is limited
to ninety couples
Accordin gto the catalogue vacation
commences Monday, 8 a. m., and ends
January 4, Saturday, 12 in. Buster.
Jayhawker Paper Gives Information
That Game With Nebraska Not
Wanted This Year.
Kansas does not care to meet Ne
braska In basketball this year. "Will
not schedule game If avoidable" Is the
position they take in the Bchool pa
per. From the Jayhawk viewpoint tho
trouble originated last spring when
Coach Stiehm refused to arrange for a
post season series on the grounds that
most of the team would be scattered
over the state on their Easter vaca
tions. As to the fact that Kansas was
rather badly boaten last year they
make no reference. But then, of
course, from tho Jayhnwk standpoint
that, too, Is easily explained.
Surely this is a hard, hard world,
whore even our old enemies lose heart
in the testing out proceBB. Fuzz.
Does it need one or two more posters or art
Get one of those "Don't Forgef's.
A good time to start your account in a "Stud
ent's Account Book," only 25 cents.
When in'our store ask for what you don't see.
We try to have what the students need.
Uni Book Store
340 North 11th Street
DEUT8CHE VEREIN VER8AMMELN
Program Von Carrol Beach Geliefert
Der Deutsche Oeselllge Vereln ver
sammelt Blch Donnerstag, den 5 ten
Dec um acht Uhr abends, bel Prof
Folgendes program wlrd von Carrol
Beach geliefert verden.
I. Sonato, No. 1, In A Major Mozart
II. Romanze, Opus 50, in F Major .
Carol Beach's Schwoster begloltet
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets -
- P. A. Hall President
fc F. H. Johnson Vlco-Pres.
j W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash. -
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O St
The Union Literary Society will
meet Saturday ovenln, Dec. 7. A very
interesting program will be given,
which includes a one-act farce and a
number of readings.
DO YOUR WASHING
FOR SALE A due bill on one of Lin
coln's best tailors. This can be-had
cheap if Bold now. See manager at
Rag offlce. 11-262U
FOR RENT Dance hall, second floor
Brownell blk, 25x90 feet; no better
floor In city; elevator Bervlce, cloak
rooms, toilet rooms, good piano; no
public dance allowed In hall; limited
to fraternity, aororlty, club and private
dances; dates reserved; $8 a night.
Both phones. H. J. Hill, Brownell
Dinner 11:30 to 1:30
Supper 5:30 to 7:30
Also Cafeterian Style
A Hammerless Gun with Solid
Easiest operating and smooth
is indorsed by Sheet-
era everywhere as
"Superb for Trap er
Made in five styles
and illustrated and
described in Stereos
ave your Dealer show
you a Stevens Repeater.
J. STEVENS ARMS &
P.O. Box 5004,
CWCOPEE FM1S, MASS.
tJKS 'ggTtfi I
rr it ah
Theie will be a Soph, rlasw meeting
iu Memoiinl Hall at 11 30 todav
Sigma Alpha Bpullon announces the
pledging of Fred I Archibald of Me
Jones' Orchestra. Phone L.-8605.
9oulb Itke yuur Hlorlt.
240 &o. nth. &t. Ctnraht. Nrb.
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Roe
City Y. M. C. A. 13th aid P
LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 South 12th St.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
Giraro 2W in. Milton
15c each, 2 for 25c
Cloett, Peabody & Company, Makers
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Home Made Baked Goods
Cookies, Pies, Cakes, Holsum Bread, Fancy Pastries
Open after the Shows with
"Good Things to Eat"
1325-31 N STREET
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