The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 14, 1912, Image 2

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    THE DAILY NEBKA8KAN
Satin Nebraakau
Property of
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Lincoln
FREDERIC C. MeCONNELL,
Editor-in-Chief.
Managing Editor Morrill V. Reed
AHBOcluto Editor. Kenneth M Snyder
Associate Editor. Cloyd L. Stewart
Literary Editor. Chandler Trimble
HualncBH Manager .(' ('. Buchanan
ABHlHtant Manager. . .. J. L. Drlscoll
Circulation Manager I. S. Uowen
that the (Undents will aid this en
deavor to place Nebraska on a par
with Eastern Institutions which have,
long followed this custom of putting
out Varsity Calendars at Christmas
time Tho Calendar In Itself Is a
beaut and Is such as will make an
admirable Xmas gift. Simple, and
neat and at the same tlmo Inexpen
slve, the University Calendar makes
Its initial debut Into Nebraska stu
dent life -T. E. S
THE WEEK'S REVIEW.
Tho popular " Belmont " notch Collnr
marie in trlf gtrped Madras. 2 for 25c
AFLRJ3W
COLLARS
Cluctt, Pea body & Co.. Maker
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
JEWELER
S. S. SHEAN
OPTICIAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
SCRIBES
P T. Vrw.lmni T I, f'ntrlcht. H. O.
Howltt. W. F. Goodman, Winifred Boo-' Ecin0 a Brief R"ume of the Evcnt8
gar, C. N. Drown, F. N. Wolls, A. R.
O'Hanlon, L. W. Homo, F. A. Turnuro,
J. K. Wood, I. K. FroHt, Leon Sainuel
Hon, Clarence Spier, llosslo Mason,
Ruth Squires.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each.
of the Past Week.
Seeial county clubs are organized
lor tli( purpose of advertising the
University around the state
Couth Stiehm and Pr Clapp return
a ft i having attended a meeting of the
MissoimI Valley Conference at Co
lumbia The basketball schedule is
announced. The Kansas Aggies are
admitted to the conference
TELEPHONES
Offlco 1M888. Night Phono B-4204
v.riltnr TI-1R21 Mnnacer 13-1821
; rr- - -,r. . r,, Regent F L Haller addresses th
Entored at tho poBtolllce at Lincoln
NobraBkn, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
1879.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, '12
I ulnilim'i. fit tlin TiinHflnv nnnvncnllnii
Professor E 11 Connnt announces
his appointment to a position in the
University of Manila.
Freshmen are to wear green skull
caps acordlng to a decree of the stu
dents of the University
The Glee Club offers a pri.e for the
composer of a college anthem
Announcement is made that the
athletic field is to be Hooded during
the winter to make n skating rink for
the use of the students
FORESTERS MAKE GOOD.
Friday morning the Nebraska State
Journal contained an article which
stated that of the fifty odd graduates
in tho Forestry department but three
are actively engaged In forest work
This mistake, no doubt. Is due to a
misprint. There are only seven grad
uates out of forty-seven who are not
connected with forestry work. The
majority of those forty are In the go I
ornmont forest Bervlce. while tho re-1
malnder are teachers, or In the nur-,Sccond Bl9 Event of Club Takes Form
i it yulifJ
The
Humilated
Freshman
GIRLS TO OBSERVE YULET1DE
scry business.
Kocently many of the graduates
huvo gono to Arizona and tho south
ern states as forest assistants, but the
earlier men went to tho western states
so now almost every forested region
In tho United States has a Nebraskan
forester. Whorovor tho men have
gone they havo made good and today
the department of forestry In this In
stitution ranks with the best W. F
WHO? WHAT? WHERE?
Solved
of Christmas Entertainment, With
Santa to Preside Over Revels.
The second big event of the Unlver
slty Girls' Club Is to be held Satuuluj
evening of this week A Christmas
party is to form the entertainment
of the owning, and the committee Is
planning to furnish I tin for a large
number of tho co-eds
A varied pi'ogradn has been ai
ranged The Christmas Idea will be
carried out by a Christmas tree of
vast dimensions, with a certified, 11
censed Santa to distribute its gilts
Refreshments will form a substantial
Must Wear the Insignia of Their
Rank
If you have ever been humiliated by wearing
ill fitting, non-descript clothing, you will realize
the advantage of dealing with a firm whose
customers are of the discriminating' class. It
means that we can afford to keep only stylish,
serviceable and dependable clothes and guar
antecs that you will get your money's worth.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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EVERYTHING THE STUDENT NEED IN I
The cat is out of the bag at laht. poition ol the program E
so there is no further need of keep-1 -yle chorus will give a musical pro
ing the student in the dark The big mam, after which fortune telling and
mystery Is no other, than a cross be dunclng will end the evening's enter E
tween a Cornhuskor and a University tainment. G. S. E
Calendar, containing all the big l E
points of interest to the students and ' Acacia announces the pledging of E
faculty, featured by campus views of James E. Fonda, of North Platte E
tho buildings and Varsity activities.! S
Another feature is the complete sched- c. H. Frey, University florist. 1133 E
tile of all basketball, baseball and O bL E
track events. Even the Fusser Is not' E
neglocted as all Hops and Greek Professor L. W. Chase of tho Agri
Proms aro listed. ! cultural EnKlneortnc Denartmont Is
It Is a recognized fact that Nebras- on Farmers' Instltuto work In tho'
ka lacks traditions and It is hoped state this wook. '
DRUGS
Toilet Articles Stationery
$1 Safety Razors $1 Fountain Pens
Athletic Supporters Rubber Apr n
Shoulder Braces Pennants & Trusses
Huylers, Lowney's, Gunthers Chocolates
Christmas Candies
Students 3-Course Lunch ?5c
Served at all hours. Soda Water and Lunches
THE Most Exacting Purchaser of
Christmas Gifts will find in our stock
many original pieces of Jewelry and
Novelties that will be sure to please.
Sartor Jewelry Co.
137-139 SOUTH 13TH STREET
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Dinner 11:30 to 1:30
8upper 5:30 to 7:30
25 Cents
Also Cafeterian Style
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