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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1912)
THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
GOLF TO BE ONE OF THE SPORTS
Wt y w rffriffft11
Rev. Shepherd delivered a very in
teresting lecture at the State Farm
Jones' Orchestra. Phono L-8605.
New electric liglitH are being nut in
Uie forge room which will help the Btu
der.tK in the dark days of the winter.
HagenBick's Orchestra, Auto F-2042
lant Snturday a number of students
took ;i ypeolnl soil trip around the
Farm undei the direction of their in
Ted Marrincr Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
About thirty men are trying out for
the School of Agriculture basketball
team. A goodly number of old men are
back, and the B-chool expects to have a
first class teaip this year.
Call Roy O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 718(1, L8152.
stationery, fancy cards
menus, dance programs
The V M. C. A girls at the Farm
are giving a Christmas party in Home
Economics Hall Saturday eve. All girls
of the Farm arc invited it they hand
in their names by Wednesday fore
noon. Papers suitable lor calendars and
other novelties. The University Hook
The BngiiieerliiB Department of the'0"8 treatment, and the best of service
Farm is receiving quite a lot of new
machines from various manufacturers,
and is providing quite a little work
lor the students to do In setting them
up. It is also helping the display in
(Jet a phonograph tree. See our ad
in this paper. The University Hook
About one-half of the new military
suits lor the Farm cadets do not fit
and this is causing trouble in the
Quartermasters ofllce. The suits are
being checked over and marked and
will be re-tailored downtown. The
Cadets are Supposed to fall in in full
Ask for cash prize ticket when you
buy your Christmas present at the
University Book Store.
Practice is on Tuesday and Thurs
day nights at the University Gym and
so far the men have turned out well
There are a number of men who are
exceptionally good at the game, and
some beginners who are picking It up
fast. A schedule of the year will be
announced in a short time, which from
indications will he a heavy one.
Ivoroid Toilet Articles
Frat and Sorority Jewelry
Boosting of the Game by Coach Grif
fith and Drake Enthusiasts
(Jolt will be one of the sports of the
Missouri Valley Conference next
spring as a romilt of the boosting of
the game by Coach Griffith and en
IhtihiastH at Drake The meet will be
held under the auspices of the Drake
Golf Association, which has Invited
representatives of other conference
schools to participate in the tourna
ment. Golf is participated in to quite a
considerable extent by a number of
schools of the Valley. Ames boasts of
seeral pursuers of the gutta percha.
among .Uiem sneenan oi siaie uue
fame. Washington at St
Missouri also possess some devotees of
tlie game Kansas has a golf links in
connection with the campus and will
no doubt turn out a good team. Ne
braska is about the only school that
does not take much interest in the
game, but no doubt could find a couple
of sharks who could at least make a
good showing in the Valley Tourna
It ih planned to have the uiurnament
in May at Des Moinew. The event
should biing out some sharks for prizes
are to )o awarded and local entertain
tii"iit proidcd by the Drake Associa
tion. Each school is to enter two men
aim the representation will not be
confined to Missouri Valley schools. A
I number of the smaller schools in the
1 v.illey will lie invited, which will
make the tournament one of impor-
I tance.--C. L. Y.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
On account ol the Ophelllons' large
membership they meet everv Friday
evening The Davissons hold their
meeting every other Frida evening.
The Farm has two literary societies,
the Daviuson and the Ophellion Both
societies are well established, eac n
having in the neighborhood of 100
members at the present time.
At the first meeting of the Daviuson
in. it lmy was eiecieu presiuoni anu
Mane Trott secretary. At the first
meeting of the Ophelllons W. A. Rog
ers wiw elected president and Martha
At a recent meeting of the Ophel
llons the question, "Direct Election of
United States Senators" was debated.
Next Friday night the Davissons are
going to debate the question of Pan
ama Canal tolls.
Both societies have been very for
tunate In securing good musical num
bers for their programs, some coming
from the memfjers and others from
the University School of Music S. B.
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
Subscribe tor the Rag.
U of N Jewelry
Sterling Silver Novelties
FOR SALE A duo bill on one of Lin
coln's best tailors. This can bo had
cheap if sold now See manager at
Rag office. ll-2C21t
FOR SALE Regulation officer's sabre,
with Bling, belt and sash. Apply at
Rag office. 12-10-&t
LOST Alpha Omecron PI pin on cam
pus Monday, finder please call Al
pha O house. 12-10-3t
LOST Davis Caluculus in Physics
lecture loom Thursday Reward for
return to Nebraskan office. 12-10-31
THE party who took a Moore's foun
tain pen, initials E. R. on gold band,
from book in I.lbrar cloak room re
turn to NchrtiHknn (Hlk-e to avoid
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13in and O Sib
PRINTING THAT WILL
-fr PLEASE YOU. DUNCAN'S
l FRATERNAL PRINT SHOP.
Rifle in the WORLD.
Mado in two models: one
for .212 Short II. I car
tridgesthe other for .22 Long'
Kiflo It. F.
RIFLE NO. 70.
Handles 15 .22
Short and 12 .22
lonjr rifle cartridarea.
Send for handsomely
illustrated Rifle Cata
log and "How to Shoot
Order Stevens Rifles
Pistols and Shotgans
from your Dealer.
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Box 8004,
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.
In an established Bchool where the standards of instruction are given
the same careful thought as in the best departments of the University.
The University School of Music
offerB splendid instruction in Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice. Violin, Clar
inet, Flute, Saxaphone, Cornet, all Theoretical branches and Public
DEPARTMENT OR DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full information at School building
11th and II StreetB Opposite the University
TONIGHT AT 8:15
MR. LOUIS MANN
In "Elevating A Husband"
PRICES $2.00 to 50c
Thur. Frl. Sat. & Mat. Dec. 12-14
A FOOL THERE WAS
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50 A 25c
GRAY And Graham
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prlcea 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
MON , TUES., WED
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PHOTO PLAYS .
I "THE DAWNING"
"PARIS AND ITS MONUMENTS"
I "A FREIGHT TRAIN DRAMA"
"THE ELECTRIC LAUNDRY"
3 SHOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9
ALL SEATS 10c
Visit the most enjoy
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Programmes given at
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