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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1913)
TnE DAILY NEIiRASKAN
HEINE MAKES THE BEST SCORE
Junior In College of Agriculture Wins
First Place In Fruit Judging
Contest at Auditorium.
NEBRASKA FINISHES AFTER AMES
In the annual fruit Judging contest
of the State Horticultural Society held
yesterday at the Auditorium, V J.
Heine, a junior In the college of agri
culture and a member of the Nebras
ka team, won first place In the in
dividual score. He competed with ex
perts from Ames and Kansas besides
his teammates, and in bringing down
the honor odded one more laurel to
those won by Agricultural College
teams this semester.
In the team contests, the three
schools entered finished In the follow
ing order, the two hundred and fifty
dollar trophy going to the winner of
the first ploce Ames, with a score of
394.8; Nebraska with a score of 383.4
and Kansas with a Bcoro of 380. The
close scores made Indicate the stand
ing of the schools, with no detriment
put upon the two that finished last.
The members of the Nebraska team
were- V. J. Heine, II. W. Rlchey,
C. B. Patrick, II. C. Merrick, and A
Telephono Yule Bros at onco.
Miss Maud Clark will preside at (ho
College Gills' metlngFrlday noon.
from 12 00 to 12 lf
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto B 2990.
.1 II Boggs, a Junior In the College
of Agriculture, has been 111 for several
days, but Is now rapidly recovering.
Jones' Orchestra, rhone Lr8605.
Thomas Lahners, a Sophomore me
dic, who has been ill at the Lincoln
Sanitarium, is Improving rapidly.
C. H. Froy, University florist. 1133
help you this
Representative G. L. Woods of Dix
on county was a campus visitor this
week. He is the father of EBther and
Caroline Weeds, two former gradu
ats of Nebraska.
George Bros., artistic and Individual
programs, menus and stationery. The
latest BtyleB. 1313 N. Adv.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Dean O. V. P. Stout has gone to
Washington, D. C , to help organize a
society of Deans of Engineering of
land grant colleges. He will not be
back until next week.
Bert Barber, '12, viBited the Phi
Delta Theta house Wednesday. Bert
Is now doing experimental work In
agriculture for the Argentine Republic.
FreBhmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
V-Neek .Sweater Coats, of
pure wool in nil colors
warm and serviceable
$3.50 Sweaters $2.25
3.00 Sweaters 1.95
2.50 Sweaters 1.65
1 WE CORRECT ALL DEFECT OF VISION
E and if you need the services of a doctor we will frankly tell you so. 5
There's no guess work in our methods. You can rely on our work, and j
5 you should faithfully carry out our directions. S
Est'b 1871 HALLETT, Registered Optometrijt 1143 0
Shirts Our entire remain
ing stock of M. & D., Empire
& Calumet brands (except
whites), about 60 do.., splen
did, non-fading garments,
that sold at $1.50 and $2,
And Clothing! When you
want to economize on your
clothes, look not for low
prices alone, but for high
quality as well.
You'll find both in our
Kensington ajid Kenmor
Suits and Overcoats. All
broken lines continue this
week at One-Fourt Off
MAGEE & DEEMER
Sat., Mat. and Night. Jan. 25th
ABORN OPERA COMPANY
In Its Spectacular Production
'THE BOHEMIAN GIRL"
Great Cast Immense Chorua
Mat. $1.00 to 25c Night, $1.50 to 60c
Jan. 29 "MUT AND JEFF"
Jan. 30 "THE DIVORCE QUESTION."
GEORGE H. WATT
BICKNELL AND GIBNEY
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prlcea 15c, 2flo.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
THUR8., FRI., 8AT.
THE RUTH FRANCI8 PLAYER8
MAY AND LILLIE BURN8
'The Family Jar"
"His Wife's Relations"
3 8HOW8 DAILY 2, 7 &. 9 P. M.
ALL 8EAT8 10c
Try th Y. M. C. A. Lonch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13lb and P
The pharmacy students are planning
a pre examination celebration for to
night. About fifty tickets have been
sold to ,i tafly pull to be held In the
pharmacy looms in Nebraska Hall.
One Night Only
Thuisday, January 23rd
THE BEN GREET PLAYERS
Seats on Sale Tuesday, Jan. 21.
at the Box Office
Prices. $1 50 to 50c
Y. M. C. A.
In the Basement
Quartet in The Aborn Opera Company's Production of Balfes Masterpiece
"THE BOHEMIAN GIRL" at the Oliver, Sat. Mat. & Night Jan. 25
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