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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1913)
TOE DAILY NEBRASKAN
BASKET BALL BITS
The Freshmen lmsketlmll nqund
meetB the faHt Lincoln High flvo to
night In the Armory nt 8.00 o'clock.
This 1b the second gmnc that tho
Freshmen have plnye.d, nalde from
their nightly tiiHHloH with tho Varsity,
and the "hopefuls" aro laying plnnB
to bring down tho Scarlet and Black
In a real exhibition of baBketball. The
first half of the gamo will probably
be played by college ruleB, and tho
rest by high school, or conference,
To date Minnesota has shown ex
cellent form and unless tho Cornhusk--orflfluad
puts up an exceedingly fast
game SJrHiday night, the chanceB aro
that Minnesota will maintain her supremacy.
FURNISHED ROOM Close In, for
men, 1439 S. l-24-4t
The Ames Aggies returned from
their first trip abroad with a poor
records, Washington and Missouri
capturing two games each. Drako
however, succumbed to tho Farmers'
superior basket shooting.
Tho Kansas Aggies bid fair to put
a crimp In some of the other Missouri
Valley teams' asplratlonB for cham
pionship honors If they maintain tho
brilliant form they have exhibited up
Tho K. U. "five" are laying In wait
for the Cornhusker quintet for fair.
Having lost two gameB last year by
a hair and tying the 'Huskers the year
before for tho championship of tho
valley, they have a hunch 'tis their
time for the coveted title.
LOST Friday, between Fraternity
Hall and Tenth and J, a topaz pin,
surrounded by pearls. Reward. Call at
729 So. 10th, or phono Auto L9188.
Clara R. DoddB. l-21-3t
LOST New brown overcoat at Fresh
man law hop. Reward will bo paid
for return to Nebraskan office. l-20-3t
LOST LadleB' gold watch and fob,
with gold monogram (T. D. A. A.)
Liberal reward. Return to 1423 Q St.
LOST An N watch fob with D. U.
on tho cross bar. Return to this of
FOUND At the S. E. gate, a silver
Nebraska bar pin. Owner call at
this office. l-2i-3t
A STUDENT FORUM
(Contlnuod from Pago 2.)
cannot bo graBped at this time, but
for the Bake of the good which It
will do in the immediate futuro, we
would like to pee it given a trial.
The Inter-class Debating Hoard will
meet this morning at 11 30 In I'rofeB
sor Fogg's ofllce, U 20G. Important.
HARVEY W. HESS
ENGINEERS' CLUB TO MEET
6lty Engineers In Charge of Program
Will Give Some
A meeting of the Engineers' Club of
Lincoln will be held Friday evening
In M. E. 206. The men In the city
engineers' ofllce, the majority of whom
are U. of N. graduates, will talk on
tho following subjects- "Duties of
the City Engineer, Paving, Plumbing
Inspection. Lighting and Sidewalks.
ADDITIONAL CAMPUS NOTES
Dr. J. H. Powers will speak at All
Souls' church Sunday at 12.15, to stu
dents on "Most Valuable Recent Con
tributlon of Zoological Science To
Jay Rinker, '10, recently passed tho
examinations of the California State
Pharmacy Board and Is now manag
ing a pharmacy at Lindsay, Calif. Mr.
Rinker was one of the Jlrst class to
graduate from the Nebraska School
PROGRAM OF LIT. SOCIETIES
The Palladian Literary Society will
give an "outbiders program" Janu
ary 24. Something especially Inter
esting. The program begins at 8:15.
The Union Literary Society will
give an Inaugural program Friday
evening, January 24th. The social
hour will be followed by a closed busi
ness meeting All members are re
quested lo be present. Th program
will begin promptly at 8 15
Notices were posted on the bulle
tin boards of the campus yesteraa
afternoon announcing the tryouts for
the Kosmet Club Opera. The trycuts
will take place Tuesday and Wodnes
da evenings, February 4 and 5, in
the Temple Theatre and are open to
all University students.
Owing to a misunderstanding be
tween the dean of women and a rep
resentathe of the Dally Nebraskan, a
number of parties have been an
nounced in the last few weeks and
Tuehday, in particular, as given by
Alpha Phi. These are In part rush
ing stunts, a like number of which
are being given by eacli sorority and
partially were clerical errors.
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD Re
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
Every Fellow in the
Uni. Wears Socks
And we take it for granted that all the
boys read this paper We think too that
they will be interested in
A Special Sale of
2 for 25c Socks
fi'r a Pair
This Special Offer is for Saturday
only Act wisely by Purchas
ing a year's supply at
64 Cents a Pair
Palace Clothing Co.
1410 O STREET
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
HE MOMENT YOU PUT OA 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.
22nd and IYI
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