The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 07, 1913, Image 4

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    T n E DAILY NEI1RA8KAN
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PREDICT STIFF BATTLE
CORNHUSEKER FIVE EXPECT
FIERCE SCRIMMAGE WITH
THE COYOTES
BEAR STORIES FROM WESLEYAN
According to Reports from Methodist
8chool Nebraska Will Be Hard
Pressed Becaune of Strange
Floor.
WANTICI) A ponitlon an matron or
manager of a fraternity house Mrs
Htm or, HOOO V St Phone Auto H
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FOR UKNT Large front room in
modern houne, for lndlen Auto
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According to WoHleyan poHtora tho
basketball game Friday night 1h go
ing to be a "ConiluiHklng Boo" for tho
Coyotes They lime good grounds for
their assertion li'cnuHt the game is to
bo played on their home door which
rosembleB a dry goods box and on
which no out of bounds are recog
nized ThlH will h n in per the C'orn
huskers considerably on account of
their being used to largo floor and and
depending to a certain extent upon
out of bounds plays. Tho 'varsity,
however, have been practicing with
no out of bounds on tho "gym" lloor.
Coach Stlelnn's men are working
their hardest In anticipation of tho
stiff games which still remain on the
schedule. Ewi) one of these games
will require the lxHt that the men
hae In them On Saturday the 15th
the Kansas AgRles will play at Lin
coin Last ear tlu AkkI'9 were de
feated bj onl) one point Nebraska
was three baskets behind In the last
few minutes of pla and It mih only
by the fastest kind of playing that
they managed to win the game
On the llith the team will make their
trip through I own which will Include
games with Ames and Drake, follow
Ing this Ames will play two games at
Lincoln All these are conference
championship games.
Tho whole squad 1h showing a de
cided improvement over last week's
playing. Les II) do especially Is de
veloping Into a fast man and C U.
Myers, who has up to this time been
ineligible Is being tried out at for
ward and will be Riven a chance at
either Haskell's or Underwood's
place on Frida night. This is Mer's
first attempt at basketball in this
school but he has u very good reputa
tion.
FOR HALE Cadet uniform, good con
dltlon, size about 3r Inquire rag
olhce of Kavnn
MILITARY BALL HOLDS 8WAY
TONIGHT I NREGAL MANNER
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the fashion of the Waldorf-Astoria,
and will far excell any previous uni
versity dance decorations
In order to obtain the full benefit of
the evening, the grand march will be
gin at 8 30 sharp During tho march
a Hash light picture will bo taken and,
according to the chairman, any one
arriving during tho march will bo ob
Ilged to remain outside the hall untfl
tho first dance.
The grand march will bo led by
Master of Ceremonies Charles Peery
with Miss Mabel Hath and Chairman
Leo J Hreen with Miss Romona
Troup They will be followed accord
ing to rank by the officers and their
sponsors, who are hero announced
for the first time
Unierslt Cadet Hponser
Mrs C N How man
Fhst Regiment Miss Helen Whelpley
First Hattallon Miss Lillian Stiadley
Becond Hattallon . ....
Miss Crace Went worth
Third Hattallon Miss Frleda-chrank
Co I Miss Elizabeth Bonnell
(o A Miss Mildred Scovillo
Co 1) . Miss Jean Grant
Co E ..Miss Ramona Troup
Co F Miss Mary Roberto
Co M.. ..Miss Grayce Bedson
Co H . Miss Harriett Britt
Co K Miss Mabel Hath
Co G . Miss Lillian Young
Co C . . Miss Mabel Murtey
The patrons and patronesses aro:
Adjutant General Philip L Hall, Jr.
Lieut and Mrs C N Bowman
Dr and Mrs Walter K Jowett
Prof and Mrs Erwin II Harbour
THE LIN DELL
CATERING TO SPECIAL DINNER PARTIES
BANQUETS LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS
An Excellent Table de Hote Dinner
served from 6 to 9 p. m. 75c
Music during Dinner Hour. Also Sunday Lunch Hour
Saturday
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will be
a good
time to pick up a snap in
our Clothing and Furnish
ing Department. The lines
are somewhat broken but
we have plenty of every
thing. You can buy any
thini you need for immed
iate use cheaper here than
elsewhere.
Palace Clothing Co.
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THE CAFETERIA
Of the University Y. M- C A.
THE BEST PLACE FOR STUDENTS
Breakfast 7 'to 8 : iO Dinner 1 1 to 1 : 30 Supper 5 : 30 to 7
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T
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.
College Tailors
College View
Phone B-O-X-A-48
Home Made Bread Six Loafs for 25c
COOKIES PIES CAKES
1.
Give us your next order for ranch.
We know ice can suit you both in quality and in pi ice.
Fraternity and Sorority Pins
A 11 Kinds of Badges, Rings, Pins and
NOVELTIES
Manufactured to your order by the oldest and
most reliLble Jewelry Manufacturer in the West.
THE GREEN JEWELRY COMPANY
1104 Waluut St., St. Louis, Mo.
Oidei duett, and we ae ni moiU'. We manufacture
Ihh School, College and FiatetniU Puis.
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