The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 06, 1912, Image 7

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    T H E DAILY N 10 H RAKKAN
MRS. JOHN HASTIE PASSES AWAY
Former Nebraskan, Phi Beta Kappa
and Member of L. H. S. Faculty
Dies at Grand Rapids.
The s.ul IH' J h is just been I ccei '1
..I I lie (l"itl) ot Mis .lolni llastieat lici
nome in diand Itapi'ls, .ln h Mrs
H.-lii was oi nn-i l Miss Mabel ( lee
i .1 d .mil giaclualecl u illi I'lii Heia
ivii;ip.i hoi.ois in tin1 class ol IS'.i'.l
Sin t night in I. H S until liei inar
liaie in lt'iM ii'ul li:nl a wide circle of
liicml.-. who will leel licr loss as a
,ciMnal on'1
Hon. Rough House Are Too Mucn.
Hon. Ed..
i tak Hon. I'eninnliand for sake or
boi towing intlaniation on 1 subject,
'I'owitly. "wliy are Spirit?"
iJist I. M wliile I am piopelling
ilow n stieat wai l, I leseie large
clowcllllg Ol Cii'iils winch ale unless
nig closely onward. 1'ietty quick
those sidewalk ( onie upwaid tlii'ii
Ji; dents niaki stepping on my Hon
Lettear. 1 receive also some lilac king
on Hon Eycbiow and those collar be
come dirty which have been wore but
1 weak Now Hon. Kd. of course I
are not angry, howev when anybody
act thnsly to nie it sonietiine make
me pretty peeisn. When again I de
si end upwaid to Hon Feet once morn,
I am pretty homesick in Hon. Stoin
ick those Rough house have gone
down streatward
' What are this, anyhow Hon.
Steeni ioIUm ?" I sadly renlg. 'Nliy,
noy I am replied, ".lust Hon. Class
spirit "
Now Hon I) Web.stei In Tln.se Dic
tioneeiv interject that spiriis are 11
cpic.r which pioduce Intoxication"
Now 1 perceive why those gents were,
so rude to Yours Truly.
There are also 1 dent which look
like lie have lorgot to take off Hon.
Clothe when he tak Shower bathing
Somebody infuse this look like old
lashioned spirits, howev it smell like
Hon. Sulphur water to Yours Truly.
Yet this also arc not all. In lions
Ch ipple Those Prof expond that
spirit aie (). K , if not indulged in too
strongly Now these are too muchly
I became hugely shock & became
ga.shh pail with whiteness' I refrain,
are this light in This Christian Insti
tute of I'nrn? where there arc kid on
intoxicaty booze?
II this are not pretty soon cutout I
are going to disgustly skldoo, for this
are too much for Hon. Minister son
our Humbly Servant,
TAKO SOKO.
Ohio We-sleyan Transcript
Bender Speaks at Washington.
Nebraska students will lie interrest
ed to know that .Iohnn Header is
making a name for himself in the far
west as coach of the Pullman Agri
cultural College. A clipping from the
University of Washington Daily nien-
Mens the former Nebraska footbu'l
player in verv lespectful terms, and
speaks ol the efforts that the ."indents
there made to get him to addiess uiem
prior to their annual game wi'h the
Pullman team
SAY BOYS Select that Ivory Toilet Set now and have it engraved for her
Christmas gift.
AND GIRLS If you want Cuff Buttons or Stick Pinn for him with his j
monogram or Fiat emblem DO IT NOW before the rush. SILVER,
GOLD FILLED, SOLI DGOLD.
cuLiuud i87i HALLF.TT, Upi Jeweler 1MJO
FARM NOTES
The Sophomore (lass at the E-iin
held a short lass meeting 'ednesd.i
at noon
Con in ation at the I'nhersitv Kami
will be spent today in a gold old "song
lest," with tb si hool songs featu'ed
'I he i hoi us ol the Kami, winch has
been lecently organized under the
diriction of Mrs Kiijiinnul, will il
liei a nuinber of Chiistma.s aiols
at ( on o( ation I eccinbei- 17
The S hool ol Agiiiultuie .Illinois
at I hen last ( lu-s meeting decided to
wciii blue and white stocking cap- a.i
the class insignia tills year. Tin-
are also planning to have a cornlnncil
social and dance in the lirst pint of
.lauuai
'I he house admiuistiation class ol
til" l-'aim isited I he ait galleiy at
(lie city c impiis vesterday alternoon
and wc-ie nieii a -r interesting lee
tun l. Miss Hay den. Alter this isit
the gills made a trip t.hrough the
rooms ol the State Historical Society
The lui'l sc niester grades ol tin
school aie no enteied in the books,
1,1.1 ii i. t. iiM.I Mi'it !i vrv um:ill iwii
iiiin ii in iw.i.i.i ii.... .v., ("
cenlage less than some pievious yi ai s
of the studnls have been doing be
low parsing work
I)elin(iient students hiLve been
warned b I'lineipal Hradlord ol theii
peiilou.s condition and they aie gien
a ci'itain amount oftime before 1'ie
next semester in which to woik otf
then conditions II
The Aggies concluded their lootli.lll
season with a line game at Ashland
on ThaJiksgi ing da, winning from
the hi school lads by a score of
19-18
The Jesuits ol the games they have
played this year are:
Weeping Water, lia; Aggies, 0
Cotner, 0; Aggies, (I.
Aurora, IK, Aggies, 12.
l'ni ersity Place, 13, Aggies, III.
Ashland, IS; Aggies, HI.
This gives the season's totals as
follow Aggies, r; opponents, 71
This is a much better record than
was made last vear II
In the Sec ond Regiment the lollop
ing commissioned olllcers have been
appointed E W. Loseke, to be cap
tain of Company K. H. Stubbe to be j
second lieutenant of Company L
The following non comndssionod of
ficers have also been appointed W
Carlson, first sergeant of Company I;
other sergeants, Wells, Wilcox, Hag
ley, Muse, Thuiber, Chamberlain,
Reese, Cleany, Scofleld, Haskell, (limn,
Abbott, Essig. Harnliart, Henhain, Hu
lord, Renard, Nelson, Haminont, Aken
Kairhead, Fauch, Christenson. Walline
These apiiolnl ments take effect im
mediately
Clnistmas stationery, fancy cards
and letters, menus, dance progiams
deorge Pros , i:tl N.
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Christmas
; Goods
I Now
On
Display
i Do Your Christmas Shopping
Early
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Today 2.30
Tonight 8: 15
GR A U S T A R K
Mat. 25c and 50c Night, $1 to 25c
Sat Mat and Night, December 7
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Mat Orchestra $1, Bal. 75c and 50c
Night, $1 50, $1 00, 75c and 50c
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AZARD BROTHERS -
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Night, 8:15 15c, 26c, 35c and 50c.
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