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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THK UNIVKRSITY OK NIOHRASKA,
KRKDKKIC (' McCONNKDD,
Kditoi In Chief
Amho late Kditoi
.Merrill V Rood
Kenneth M Snyder
Cloyd 1.. Stewart
(' C. Uuchanan
. J I, DrlBColl
J S liowou
C. I- Yochum, J. L Cutrlght, H O.
Hewitt, W. F Ooodman, Winifred Soo
gar. C N Urown, F. N. WoIIb, A. R.
O'Hnnlon. I.. W. Horno, F. A. Turnuro,
J. R. Wood, I K FroHt. Leon Samuel
son, Clarenre Spier, lleHsie Maon,
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Single Copios, 5 Cents Each.
Office R-1888 Night Phono B-4204
Editor B-1821 Manager -R-1821
Entered aT the poHtofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
SATURDAY, DKCKMnKR 7, l!12
THE BELMONT STYLG IN OXM HPTOilTi
OLASOOW 2 H In. BCLMONT 2 In.
MEDORA ZVs In. CJICSTrR 2 In.
2for?3cU. C UETT, PEAQCiny ACQ., H "'
Uahrcnity Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHE AN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
THE WEEK'S REVIEW.
Are Training for the Coming Season
OUR THOUSAND DI8TRACTION8.
Can the average Wlflconaln student
keep Mr mind rn hts HtridleB We
hate to Hay "No", but "No" muflt bo
the aiiHwei Should we Hay "Ych"
th JournnllHt would never forgive uh,
lor lie well knows that he 1h haunted
night and day for fear "the Htory"
will escape In his quiet room or In
the classroom, he feels a burden hang
lng over him; and bo he ever ho reso
lute to pay strict attention to hlH Ice
tuier, his mind tricks him, and off
it goes and wanders in search of ma
terlal foi his daily columns The ac
tor knows that he must have his
"lines" by night, and, try as he may,
the same monotonous nimbllng of
questions and replies buzzes In his
head, and IiIh class work for the day
necHBarll suffers. The athlete nurses
a lame foot oi shoulder, the pending
game Is ever on his mind; he must
get those signals down "pat", and
while the piofessor is attempting to
drive home a point, John is hitting
the line for a ten yard gain
Mabel, too, has her troubles She
has two bids for the Friday nlgbt
dance, and to play lair she has "mado
Being a Brief Resume of the Events a m,,ss o ,,.. consequently the last
of the Past Week. lecture was "awfully dry" Then
Students H'tuin lioni Thanksgiving J tKi e's the business manager, it's 11
uiatiou lelieshed and invigorated o'clock anl no "ads." No one can de
Leonard l'uidj is elected captain ol scribe his agonies during the next
the 1313 football team houi .Moie numeious is the distin-
Nebiaska nveives iaorable re og i guished oniniilteeman who must pol
nitlon lioni the alley dopesters, si'-nHy call n meeting today. If you
ciring three and tour men on the All j M.,. nin lushing through the corridors,
Missouri Yallev team I think not that he is storming lor his
Herbert Johnson, a toi inei student . next ie Ration No, he must find
oi the Universit, speaks at onvoca , ' I ti 1 1 " Chances aie lie doesn't unci j
lion on the subject ol lailooning Mr , him, and on might as well offer him'
Johnou is now associated with the art Mothei YIiib1ows as try to soothe him
siafl ol the Satuida Kvening Post with philosophy Theie'sa meeting at I
Nebraska's stock judging team wins o'clock, anotbei at f, and three more
tltili place at the Chicago stuck judg-, m the evening, besides a special at 11
ing show You pick up a book with a sign ol re -
;i Kiel M Fling goes 'east toi a he!, and the telephone rings You ' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlllllllllllll
mouth w hei e tie win (oiiuuci a hei ics listen loi a nan Hour to wnat was ac
oi leituie.s at Yah- t'niverslt . complished ' in session numbei two
Nebiaska's moss country team wins discovering piobably that our whole
IliM place ,it a meet held at Onriha scheme lelL through oi that vou lost
undei t Ik- auspices ot the local Y M the election The- mental strain is . S
C A too much, but you keep right on plot-
Pioteshor Kughcig ol t he c ommillee ting another scheme or hatching out i
on delinquent students reports lewer another idea There's no use trying i E
delinquencies than at this time last to get the French verbs tonight; and I S
veai the day has ended lor you and for S
Ace ending to a lepoit Hied by Sec- everyone else IE
retarv J S Dales of the University, Neither letrospection nor introsuec
it costs over $l,0io,(i()o per annum to tlon can analyze our active student ,
These snappy mornings WARN YOU--That
your wardrobe should be in training
for 20 below weatherLet us supply you
with seasonable furnishings french flan
nel shirts interwoven hose superior
Armstrong Clothing Co.
coon clothes merchants
I EVERYTHING THE STUDENT NEED IN I
run the institution
lite differentl There are elections ;
The Junioi and senior Pionis are toi and
.., W I ,, I l,w,,. f,-.. l.Vn(,,,l.r
111 llltl HUUO 11W111 OCl'VVlllUUl HJ m o I , i
be united into one big All University June. For what? Into what? Each erve tUI nQUrS
dance if plauB of the two class commit ' student must answer such questions j
tee? materialize. himself. Unless he is getting some-
The Kosmet Klub holds an initia thing out of his work beside mere
lion banquet and takes in seven new emnt "honors," the quicker he dropB
Foilet Articles Stationery - E
$1 Safety Razors $1 Fountain Pens
Athletic Supporters Rubber Aprons
Shoulder Braces Pennants & Trusses
Huylers, Lowney's, Gunthers Chocolates E
Students 3-Course Lunch 25c E
Soda Water and Lunches E
that" work the better it will be. Over
A Kiosk machine is to be elected on! activity in "student affairs" is fer
tile campus through the generosity ofitainly a bane upon our college life.
Varsity basketball season begins un
der favorable conditions. Over thirty
men including freshmen turn out at
the first practice.
Wisconsin Daily News.
Christmas stationery, fancy cards
and letters, menus, dance programs.
Georgo Rros , 1313 N.
DO YOUR WASHING
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C A. 13tb and P
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