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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBGA8KAN
SCRIBES BURST INTO SOCIETY
Forsaking Journalism's Charms "Rag'
Men Will Treat Themselves to
a Dance Saturday
PLAN ELABORATE FEATURES
The Dully NebraHkan Ih go
Ing to give ItHclf a dance' Too much
learning Ih a dangerous thing and bo
t lability at. tlme Ih refreshing to the
mind. Therefore the entlro Rag force
from editor to 'printer's devel" will
The danco will of course he a ling
dance. How could It he otherwise9
Hugged programs, rag miiHlc, "chow
Ing the rag,', Hag man and Hag "dollH"
will he much In evidence Only a
blizzard direct from the polar reglonH,
sent by old Iloreaa hlniBelf, will dotor
tho Intrepid men of Hagdom from en
Joying to the limit this one fling
Friday, Dec. 6.
Alpha Omecron PI Iiouhc party
Y. W. C. A. party
Saturday, Dec. 7.
Kearney Club dancing party,
Engineering hop, Lincoln Hotel.
I'hl Kappa PhI freHhman party.
Dally NebraHkan dance, Sigma Nu
KomeiiBky Club, banquet ball
Hplko dance, WalBh Hall.
Agricultural club hop.
SCHOOLMASTERS MEET FRIDAY,
First Meeting of Year Will Be Ad
dreosed by University Men.
Tho first meeting of the Schoolmas
ters' Club for tho year 1b to bo held
at tho Llndell Hotel Friday evening
Prln. H. B. Bradford of tho School ol
Agriculture will dlHcuBH the "Problem
of tho Country School." Dr. C. E.
Ilossey and Supt, CharloB Arnot will
lead the discussion of tho paper. Sp
TEQNER SOCIETY TO MEET.
Invitation to All Swedish Students in
t . the University to be Present.
The Tegner Boclety la planning a
novel ontortalnment at their next
mooting, and a Bpeclal Invitation has
been Issued to all tho Swedish stu
dents In tho University to bo present
and take part In tho festivltloa. The
mooting will bo held at tho homo of
Prof. J. Alexis, 1420 Elm street, Satur
day evening. This Is to be tho last
mooting of tho society before the
ChrlBtmas holidays, and for this rea
son tho program will be a Yuletlde
one. In order to more fully observe
tho customs of tho season, all who In
tend to come are being askod to bring
somo article not exceeding 10 cents
in value. A genuine Swedish Christ
mas will bo celebrated, and tho pe
culiar customB of the old -country will
All money and unsold tickets for the
Cornhuekor banquet must bo turned
In to Swoeloy or Frank by 1 o'clock
English Walking Shoe
Heavy double sole and shank,
Goodyear welt, wide low heel,
blind eyelets all the way up,
genuine Gun metal and Russia Calf,
tans and blacks, made with all class,
style and quality of high priced custom
I H iff
t 'o sS&jf
Speier & Simon
The strongest thing we can say about our line of over
coats would not do them justice. Every new, desira
ble pattern, model and fabric is here. Long caats,
short coats and medium length coats, but you will
have to see them to appreciate their superiority.
There is nothing bettet made. The price range is
from $15 to $40. Let us show you overcoats.
The Home of Good Clothes
HORTICULTURISTS GETTING BUSY
Apple Judging to be Competed In by
Three 8chools To Meet In Lincoln.
The men of the Horticultural De
partment of the College of Agricul
ture are planning for the Horticultural
Show which Is to take placb January
20 to 24 at the Lincoln Auditorium.
There are twelve men trying out for
the Fruit Judging Team to represent
the University of Nebraska, Kansas,
and Ames a,re the only schools which
will send teams In previous years
the Apple Show has been held in
Council Bluffs or St. Joe, but this year
It will be held in Lincoln. It Is ex
pected that this will bo the largest
and best exhibit of fruit which haa
been soon In this part of tho country
for many years. J. R. W.
Sngifleering Society fiop
Limited to 75 Couples
DO YOUR WASHING
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O Sts
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