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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1912)
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THE DAILY NBHKAS K A N
CAMPUS BANDITS ROAM AT WILL
Bold, Bad Men Overstep k-'mita In
Mattor of Thieving Becomes
MANAGE TO CONCEAL 1DENITY
At this gludsomc time of the year
wuen we are nil anticipating with
pleasure the near approach of tho holi-
dayn, we find a peculiar situation at
Nebraska. Several unsuspocting
overcoats, mackinaws, fountain pons,
bookB and other articles which are "
not immovable features of the land
scape have been kidnapped by relent
less bandits and carried off to se
eluded retreats. Whethei these rob
hers bold expect to receive a munifi
cent ranBom from the former proud Tcd Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
, ., ., , ,, i nivi Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
possessors of the articles it Is dim- y
cult to determine. . ,,,. r, .., a,wlP ,,.m ..
Perhaps the fearless kidnappers
Imvn t-trwi i U a fnr t Ii r anlro of the OY. '
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hilaration derived from the perilous (
undertaking. It may be tnat they lm-(
iivlnii ilimnDntvoo i r hn nmntniir Pnf.
"b"'u l"v'"D""1'0 l" "" """ " l
lies Dick Turplns or esse Jimmies. If
so, forsooth. Some tmateur Hawk-
shaw, Vidocq, or Detective Burns must
get busy and discover the identity ( ,I1R at Nebra8ka al a flltlirp meeting.
of these campus marauders. Too long
have they been suffered to work un- rhrlHtinaB stationery , fancy cards!
molested. . ftmj ietter8 menus, dance programs. I
Of course there are numerous temp- Q(or.T0 Hr0s 1313 N
tatlons each day in tho way of the col-
lego youth who has not recently re- The Natlonai imploment and Ve
ceived a chock from dad and has noi)hU.lc Association has asked the Amer
the necessary amount of wherewithal j CQn So(.iety of Agriculture Engineers,
to procure articles for himsell A A g A E to take (.harBP of a pon
stray overcoat,, or fountain pen comes t,,Bt for Lhem Thure i8 8ome quefl
in uui'c opportunely to the needy un-tion a8 to whether A. S. A. E. should
fortunate. However, there ha"c been do tnis a8 it has been encouraging
oases where the recreant appropria- tho 00IlteHt in Canada for the past
tor of aiticles has been directed to'foi)I or fiVe years, and if they should
instantly betake himself from tho Uni- t.m.ourage u contest in the States,
verslty and its environs and to seek ' tere wlll be an opportunity forr severe
mote profitable fields for his hazard- (.rlticism rIoni the manufacturers of
our pastime : 1)oth Canada and England, as well as'
Hence although everyone feols j qoI1,t. ln the states Prof Chase hasl
sorry for the campus pirates, it seems 1)po nasked to offer a typo of couteBt
that tho time has come for the dlscon- wh)ch will be practical and Insure
tinuance of their dangerous exploits. ' harmony I
Else, a Students' League will have to i Papers suitable loi calendar and'
deal with the miscreants in a vay'oth(M. noeltio The Unheisity Hook!
worse than ever having was C N. D. store J
BAND BANQUETS ROYALLY
University Musicians Take Nourish
ment at Lincoln Last Night
Many Give Toasts.
The Fifth Annual Hanquet of the
Univorslty Regimental Band was held
last evening at the Lincoln Hotel. With
Commandant Bowman as toastmaster,
the toasts were as follows: "Itovoille,"
Major Connel; "Band Fall In," Colonel
Lord; "An Easy Movement, Corp. C.
G, Beck; "Dress Uu," Drum Major
Ilanna; "Orchestrations," Private Earl
Jackson; "B. C. in Ragtime," Earl
Sage, ex-band, "Syncopation," Lieut
Art. Wherry; "Band Once," Private
Howard Peden, "Cadenzas," Corp Clif
ford B. Scott, "Taps," ('apt Geo. B
Jones' O "chestra. Phone L-8605.
if PRINTING THAT WILL
PLEASE YOU. DUNCAN'S
if FRATERNAL PRINT SHOP, if
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto F-2042 von HA I,E due 1)111 on one of Lln
or U-2990. ' r0n'H bent talloiH This can bo had
i heap If Bold now See manager at
Cadets .ol Co II ot the Second Uegi
nient. Agrkutuial School, are plan
ulng to have a company food In the
ludging l'ai!ion Honiotlnio before
Call Roy O Warde, dnnce orchestra,
uto 71 86. L8152
Piofessoi Chase 1b putting in all of
time this month preparing a papd ,
to bo read before the American Soci
ety of Agriculture Engineers at Chi
cago The subject of this papon Is,
The Motoi Contest "
I'll. ii l'h' " .',1. yiunt;iit i
jai.pr ftt Uu, 912 mpet,ng of Anier(.an '
So(iet or Agricultural Ungineera at
chlcaRO on accurft(.y of "Drop-in Corn
IMauterH ... lMl year thiB 8ubJect wa8
touched upon by other men and Mr.
Spongren.b discussion was of such a
chiiratter thal he wa8 n8kod to pIpi
Hen, lhp work which he had 1,een do
The following equipment has boon
donated to tho Agileultural Depart
mciil b various concerns ov( r the
United States to be used in ounce
tioa with a course in automobiles.
11 e sectional cut models of car bur
eteis, three cut models of mechanical
oilers used on cars, three engines com
plete with piston valves, crank shaft,
healings and one transmission case
, and gears. There has also been sev
( eral model, received to be used in the
farm motor work, consisting of three
sec Uonal models of steam Injectors.
one of an egine lubricator and one of
a safety valve. Several of the above
articles cost the donators $50 each
RAIL SPEAKS ON COOPERATION.
At a banquet of the American Fed
eration of Agricultural Students, held
at Chicago, December 5, Prof Ellis Rail
talked on "Value of tho Co-operation
of Agricultural Students and American
Fanners." This banquet was given
at the time of the Stock Show and
was a largo affair, there being about
100 agricultural studenta from over
the United States present.
KOH SALK Regulation officer's sabre,
i wllli hIIiih. belt nml H.i'di Applv at
' Kan off! co 12 10 f.t
LOST Kappa Delta Soroilty pin.
Kinder call Auto L 7083 and receive
THIS pmty who took a Moore's fom
tain pen. Initials K M on gold band,
fl0l hook , A)Vnry cloak rdom re
Nebrnskan office to
MODERN, warm, (omfoi table
cheap 1220 R St
LOST Hunch of keys; braBS I C C.
check on ring Return to Rag of
Freshmen as well as older students
I will receive a hearty welcome, courte-
I ouh treatment, and the best of service
at Green's Harbor Shop and nathhouso,
,2 N llth St A(,v-
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks nil winter long
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and () Street
A Hammerless Gun with Solid
Easiest operating and smooth
is indorsed by Shoot
ers everywhere as
"Superb for Trap or
Made in five btyles
and illustrated and
described in Stevens
Have your Dealer show
you a Stevens Repeaten.
J. STEVENS ARMS &
P.O. Box 5004.
CH1COPEE FALLS, MASS.
DO YOUR WASHING
JC j JJl I
Today, 2:30 Tonight, 8:15
Robert Milliard's Great Success
A FOOL THERE WAS
Suggested by Kipling'B Poem
Night $100 to 25c Mat 50 . 25c
--- MINNIE ALLEN
GRAY And Graham
Bar. Mats at 2: 15-Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THURS., FRI., SAT
EARNEST CARR &. CO
WIL80N & AUBREY
THE SPENDTHRIFT'S REFORM
"THE SCOOP '
3 SHOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9 P M.
ALL SEATS 10c
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 0 Str., South Side.
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
IE DAILY NEBRASKAN
J KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 South 12th 8t.,
J DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O St
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