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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1913)
THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
SHOULD GET SNAPPED SOON
Juniors and Seniors Asked to Make
Appointments for Cornhusk-
Considerable inquiry 1h l)elng miulo
Mn regard to the Junior and Senior
photographs to ho plncfrd In the Corn
trasker. The Uiree dollars paid for
at dozen photographB to TownBend ln
qla $1.&0 the cost of one dozen
photographB, and $1.50, which Town
zscnd turns over to the Cornhuakor
management to defray the cost of
.making a cut.
The photographs furnished by Town
aend under this contract are the Btimo
Ihat are usually sold for $3 00 a dozen
and are only to Junior and Seniors
cat this price.
Those who have old photographs
are not required to have now onoa
iakon but may turn In a copy with
'91.50 to cover the cost of the cuts to
tthe editor of the CornhuBker.
Juniors and SenlorB aro urged to
arrange for sittings at once an all
photographs should bo In by February
1- Caps and gowns aro now at
Townsend'e for the use of thoso who
desire to be photographed In them.
GREEKS WIN HONORS.
WANTED Mending and ropalrlng of
all klndB, alBo Bowing or dressmak
ing for BtudentB. All work guarantoed.
502 North 15th St. l-15-3t
LOST A mottled Watorman Bafoty
fountain pen laBt weok. Return to
thlB office. l-163t.
LOST TueBday, Waterman Ideal
fountain pen. Sterling silver cover
ing. Return to Rag Office. Reed B.
FOUND Near 15th and S BtroetB, a
bunch of keyB. Owner can have
tho same by paying for this ad.
FOR RENT Danco hall, second floor
Urownell blk, 25x90 feet; no better
floor In city; elevator Borvlco, cloak
rooms, toilet roouiB, good piano; no
public dance allowed In hall; limited
to fraternity, sorority, club and private
dancoH; dates reserved; $8 a night.
Both phoneB. John Taylor, Brow
"Have Higher Per Cent of "Passecf
Than Non-Frat Students.
It will bo gratifying news to thous
ands of alumni and former BtudentB
of the University of KanBas to learn
that the scholarship standing of tho
.members of tho active chapters of
tthe university's fraternities aim .,
oritles distinctly outranks that of
the non-Greek Btudenta. The causo
for rejoicing lies not in the mere fact
that the fraternity and sorority mem
bers are better BtudentB than tho
"barbarians," but because for years
these Greek letter societies have boon
more or leas viciouBly asBalled on the
false assumption that they make for
Idleness and stimulate social distrac
tions tothe extent of interfering with
student work. The report of the reg
istrar of the University of Kansas
shows that the 224 members of tho
fraternities passed in 89 45 per cent
of the college work carried, aB com
pared with the 88 35 per cent of the
1101 lion fraternity men Daily Kan-sasan.
OMAHA AND LINCOLN CLASH.
Sasket Ball Quintets of Rival Schools
Meet Saturday Evening.
Those who aro iuterested in seeing
the Lincoln High School basket ball
five in action will have an opportun
ity to do so Saturday evening when
they meet their ancient rlvala from
In order lo appease In part their de
sire for revenge due to Omaha's
triumph in the fall, they are working
their beBt to got In form.
To date Lincoln has won throe
games. York and South Omaha being
their two most formidable opponents
The game is to be held at the city
Y. M. C. A. at 8 o'clock.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. A. Hall President
F. H. Johnson Vlce-Pres.
W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash.
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
y&A&'ffaSL(t' -Ak I
Rifle in the WORLD.
Maifo in two models: one
for .22 Short H. F. car
tridges tho other for .22 Lontr
Iliilo 11. F.
RIFLE NO. 70.
" Handles 15 ,gg
Short and 19 a a
loon rifle cartrirtn-o..
Send for lmndsoi....i
Illustrated Itillo Pfo
log and "How to Shoot
Order Stevens Rifles
from your Dealer.
J. STEVENS ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Box S004,
CH1COPEE FALLS, MASS.
ARE NOW HERE-BUY TODAY
Why use that old Fountain Pen Get a Good one.
Calendars are now in Season.
The University Book Store
340 North llth Street Lincoln
While They Last, 35 Cents Each.
We have a large assortment of Felt Pennants on hand
of all the State Universities and Colleges.
J. C. ORCUTT & CO.
134 South 13th Street
HE MOMENT YOU PUT ON CLOTHES
made to your measure, you see the vast dif
ference between merchant tailored and ready
made. Our way costs no more. Be sure
to see our line first.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order
1106 O STREET
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier rug Co.
22nd and M
DO YOUR WASHING
1 3th and O St
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