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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1913)
TOE DAILY NEDRASKAN
JUDGING TEAMS GET FOBS
ANY STUDENTS TO USE RANGE
AGRICULTURAL CLUB WILL PRE
SENT MEDAL8 TO MEMBERS
OF THREE TEAMS
FOURTEEN N'S TO BE AWARDED
Club Takes This Way of Rewarding
Men for Work Representing
Highest Type of Agricultur-
Saturday night the members of tho
Agricultural College judging team are
to be presented by the Agricultural
Club with N fobs as a medal in honor
of itlipi?vJvork. Fourteen fobs will bo
presented at this time to the mem
berB of the Stock, Dairy and Fruit
The fob Is a beautiful piece of
work, boing a round piece; of solid
gold an Inch and a quarter In diam
eter and 1t will be prosed as repre
senting the work the men. do to earn
a place on the teams. A place on any
of these teams means hard and con
scientious work by all of the man
and the honor attached to these places
is regarded in the Agricultural col
lege as highly as a place on the de
baling teams in the Arts and Science
The men to receive fobs are J. W.
Whlsenand, II. H. Pier, II. V. Richey.
R. J. I'ossen, and Hugh Raymond on
the stock team; Steven Whlsenand,
L. C. Robertson, Arthur, George and
R. II. Camp of the dairy team; It. W.
Richey. H. Patrick, II. C. Merrick,
V. J. Heine, and A .IJ. Deckoff of the
Willi a view to making work with
in the ding confines
more pleasant the management of the
Cornhusker esionlay nd.h-d a lout;
k table to thy- ollice fiirnitiin
table will be used tor i11ori.ii and
art work by the busy pen ami brush
pushers on the annual . lalT.
50 Cornhuskers a day to have
their pictures taken at
Telephone Yule Br6a at onco.
Mrs. Anna Denton, of Nebraska
City, Is vIsltlnK her daughter, Mar
Jorit, at 1327 S street.
Hagonslck's OrchoBtra, Auto B-2990.
John 8. "Chambers, ex-'13, and now
managing a ranch in western Nebras
ka, has been visiting at the Sigma
Nu house lor tho last few days.
Jones' Orchestra, rhone Lr8606.
Fred TIgh, ex-'ll. Is visiting at the
Delta Tau Delta house. Mr. Tigh Ib
manager of the sugar beet factory at
C. II. Frey, University florist, 1133
William P. Snyder, superintendent
of the North Platte Experiment sta
tion, vlBited ' the campus, yesterday.
Mr. Snyder is In tho city attending
the Agriculture association.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
The Geology department recently re
ceived a specimen of southern moss
and a brick from the wall of the old
Alamo at San Antonio, Texas. Tho
donor of those gifts was Laura A.
Wulllck, formerly of Nebraska.
George Bros., artistic and Individual
programs, menus and stationery. Tho
latest styles. 1313 N. Adv.
According to the Washington Col
lege Daily, the Chi Omega sorority
lias offered a prize of $25 to the per
son writing a thesis on some subject
under social problems and civic re
forms The National Council lias or
dered the giing of the prize as an an
nual event in each chapter. The Ne
hraska chapter has as yet taken no
action on the matter. It is probable
hoeer, that at last some great wi
cial pioblem will be solved
Kreshinen as well as older students
, ill recehe a hearty welcome, courte
mis treatment, and the best of ser ic
,n Ci een's Hai heur$ho and Bathhouse
12') N. 11th St Adv,
Subscribe lor the Rag.
University Rifle Qquad to Be Re
cruited From All 8tudents,
Whether Cadets or Not.
Tryouts for tho next competitive
match will bo hold Thursday after
noon, January 23, from 2 till B o'clock.
All members of tho rifle squad should
report Bomotlmo during that period.
Any sophomore, Junior or Senior, In
tho University Is eliglblo to become
a member of tho rlflo squad whether
or not he Ib registered for drill.
Range open every afternoon ex
cept Saturday from 2 to 5 p. m.
Q. A. GRAHAM,
. . Captain Rlflo Squad.
8IMMON8 THE PRINTER
fc Dance Programs
fc Calling Cards
fa Book Publications
317 8. 12th 8t.
Giraro 296 IN.
Milton 2.H in.
15c each, 2 for 25c
Cluctt, Peabody & Company, Makers
They a.re always the best
We serve hot and coldj
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and () Street
-r CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th nnd O Streets
ft P. A. Hall President
F. H. Johnson Vice Pres. -fa
-fc W. W. Hackney, Jr. Asst Cash, -ft
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
leier Drug Co.
13th and O Sib
p II A VE
DO YOUR WASHING
- -. i'tr
Try the Y. M. C. A. LunchRoom
City Y. M. C. A. -:- 13tb and P
Sat., Mat. and Night. Jan. 26th
ABORN OPERA COMPANY
'In Its IVcctacular Production
"THE BOHEMIAN GIRL"
Great Cast Immense Chorus
Mat. $1.00 to 25c Night, $1.50 to OOo
Jan. 29 "MUT AND JEFF"
Jan. 30 "THE DIVORCE QUES
, - ... i ... ,r i . ! p
GEORGE H". WATT
BICKNELL AND GIBNEY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THURS., FRI., SAT.
THE RUTH FRANCI8 PLAYER8
MAY AND LILLIE BURN8
"The Family Jar"
"His Wife's Relations"
3 SHOWS nAII V ? 7 A 0 p M.
ALL SEATS 10c
-fc One Night Only
- Thuiaday, January 23rd Vk"
THE BEN GREET PLAYER3
fc Seats or Sale Tuesday, Jan 2l..-r
at the Box Office
fc Prices $1 50 to 50c
Rifle in the WORLD.
Made in two models: ono
for .22 Short It. V. oir-
tridfs tho other for .22 Long
Hille It. I-'.
RIFLE NO. 70.
1 Handles 15 .22
Short nnd 12 .22
loner riflu cartridges.
Send for handsomelv
illustrated Rifle Cnbi-
log and "How to Shoot
Order Stevens Rifles
Pistols and Shotguns
from your Dealer.
J. STEVENS ARMS
P. O. Box 5004,
CmCOPEE FALLS. MASS.
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