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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1913)
THE DAILY NEI1RA8KAN
BLUE PRINT OUT FRIDAY;
No tickets for Military bait ordered
reserved will bo hold nftor Snturday
The Y. M. C. A cabinet will meet
tonight at Co'clock, at tho Temple.
All members of the cabinet should be
Will all varsity football men make
arrangements at once with Mrs. Tuck
er, at tho St George Studio, for In
dividual pictures for Cornhusker. foot
ball suits will be at the studio
(' G. HKCK.
The finance committee of the Y. M.
C A. would greatly appreciate it It
tho students whose subscriptions
come due on or before January IbI
would co-operate with the committee
by dropping in at tho secretary's of
fice at their earliest convenience.
There will bo a meeting of the In
terelass debating board In Professor
Fogg's office, U 206, Thursday even
ing at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of
choosing the question for the Inter
class debates. All members be pres
ent. HARVEY W. HESS,
Chairman Junior Committee.
RIFLE SHOOTS ARE HELD
Contests With Missouri and Minnesota
Are Held at Long Distance
Scores Below btanaard .
As a result of the initial Bhoot of
the Rifle team last night, tho follow
ing scoreB were made:
Against Minnesota, total 778.
Against MlBsouri, total 795.
Two teamB of five men each, shot,
each man shooting from the standing
and from positions. The results were
said to be below standard. The next
Bhoot wll take place next week.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto B-2990.
JoneB' Orchestra, rhone Lr860B.
The Acacia fraternity announces the
pledging of RuBsell W. Gentzler, of
Only a few U. of N. calendars left
-at the Unl. Book Store. Adv.
A little better.
George BroB., artistic and Individual
programs, menus and stationery. The
latest styles. 1313 N. Adv.
One-Third Off on Overcoats and Fancy
FULK CLOTHING COMPANY
1234 O STREET
Engineering Publication Will Be
Sale On Day Announced In
Spite of Many Difficul
Uluo Print has boon In tho
of the pi inter for some time
and will bo out, as prelously an
nounced, on Friday, Jan 17 That this
is possible is due largely to the busi
ness manager, K J Kraus Not with
standing the many difficulties encoun
tered, the publication will be out on
George N Carter is editor-in-chief,
and Glen Walker, II H Wright and
I, C Llchty, are associate editors of
the engineering publication Carter and
his asociates have assembled a series
of articles of uniform excellence
This number of tho nine Print will
contain more than 100 pages. Some
of the articles are as follows:
"Patents and Patent Office Draw
ings," by C. A. Bennet. '12.
"Continuous Girder Design," by H.
B. PearBe, '12, and Carl Rohwer, '12.
"Some Relations of the Engineer to
Society,' by Col. H. H. Prout, vice
president of the Union Switch and Sig
"The Blrdwood Power Project," by
J. C. Hogue, '10.
Professor O. J. FerguBon contribut
ed two articles: "One's Future Work"
and "Vacations." Clarenc Mayer has
an article on constructlon-coBt data,
and E. R. Wiggins contributes "The
Tractor, A Field for Investigation."
The subscription price of the Blue
Print Is $1.00 per year. Fifty cents
In addition to the twenty-five centB al
ready paid by those who have sub
scribed will be all that is necessary to
secure the first number. The remain
ing twenty-five cents is payable when
the second Issue Is received, which
will be late In the next semester.
SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM
German Club Has Arranged for
sic At Meeting on
On Wednesday evening, Jan. 15,
1913, from 7 to 8, the "Verein Oer
manla" will hold a meeting In the
Music Hall of the Temple.
MIbb Marjorle Shanafelt, harpist,
and Mr. Carrol Beach, the violinist,
who has recently returned from Ger
many, have kindly consented to render
a musical program that will be well
Not only German students are Invit
ed, but everyone who Is Interested,
whether In tho university or not.
Our Manhattan sale tho big
gest furnishing goodB event of
the winter! Don't mlBB It'
Rich new fabrics In shirts that
fit and wear and do not fade.
All styles and sizes until Satur
day night at these prlceB:
11.50 Shirts $1 15
2.00 8hlrts 1 40
2.50 8hlrts 1 85
3.00 8hlrts 2 15
3.50 8hlrts 2 65
In 8uits and O'Coats, we are
closing out the broken lines left
from our general clearance Bale,
now Va, Off
All Blzes, prices and gradea of
our high quality stock scores of
lines where but one or two of a
kind remain, now at JuBt V4 of
tho original price.
Take time to come and look
It will certainly pay you!
MAGEE & DEEMER
8IMMON8 THE PRINTER
Dance Programs -fa
fc Banquet Menus -fa
-- Calling Cards --
Book Publications -fc
if 317 8. 12th 8t.
50 Cornhuskers a day to have
their pictures taken at
Frl. Sat. A. 8at. Mat. Jan. 17-18
The Lehar Comic Opera
Company of 80
Night $2 to 50c. Mat. Orch. $1
MONDAY NIQHT, JAN 20.
Mme. Emma SALVE
Prices $2 to 50c.
DEWITT YOUNG AND 8I8TER
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 28c
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
MON., TUE8., WED.
THOSE THREE GIRLS
Abdallah, Farelll & Flavlo
"The Wives of Jamestown
"The Three Black Bags"
"Telephone Girl and the Lady"
"Radiography In Practice"
"The Life of Ants"
3 8HOW8 DAILY 2, 7 &. 9 P. M.
ALL 8EAT8 10c
Famous Bohemian Violinist
Thursday, Jan. 16th
8eats, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
at Oliver Box Office.
LET THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 8outh 12th 8t.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
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