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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1913)
T II E DAILY NEIIRA S K A N
DEBATING LEAGUE CONTESTS
Number of Professors and Lincoln
Lawyers Act as Judges Over
Tlic following (lcl)atcH took place last
wnliiK undei the auHpiceB of the High
School Doha tint; League
Kant-Central -Sterling-Teachers Col
lege, High School at Sterling
Northern- O'Nelll-AlnBworth at O'Neill
Valentine-Atkinson at Valentino
North Central - Norfolk-Madison at
Southern Kdgar-Superlor at Edgar.
Southeastern Auburn-Falls City at
South western McCook-Uolbrook at
Trenton-Stratton at Trenton
West-Central Sargont-Ord at Sargent
Mema-Rroken How at Hroken
Of the foregoing contests, together
with one to be held UiIb evening at
Diller. three will be Judged by profes
sors and KtudentH from tho Univer
sity The debate at Diller between
Diller and Fairbury will bo decided
by Judge A, S Tibbets of Lincoln,
Principal V I, MayH of Lincoln High
School and C L Rein of tho Law Col
lege The Auburn-Falls City conteBt
will be judged by Professor A S.
randy, Principal C V. Taylor of tho
Teachers College High School and Guy
Kiddoo of tho Law School Ralph Gar
rett and Harold l'rince will help de
cide the contest at McCook between
McCook and Holbrook Professor V
C Hrenke of the mathematics depart
ment, Orin Stepanek, asBistant of the
rhetoric department, and Harry Hurtia
of the Teachers' College will be the
judges of the Sterling-Teachers' Col
lege at Sterling.
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tAt Today would bo a good time
it to havo your picture taken for
a the 1913 Cornhusker. -
Did you receive one of the prizes
last week in the reat sale?
GET A PRIZE THIS WEEK
The UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 N. 11th Street
RETURN FOR THE BANQUET
Out-of-Town Alpha Phis Come Back
for Banquet Saturday
Hutu Haller, Louise Stogner, Edna
Sweeloy, Grace Ryan and Ruth Thomp
son of Omaha, Flizabeth Parkinson of
Council Muffs. (Iladys Sitnpkins of
Kairbury, Marie Douglas of IMatts
mouth. Francos Nolan of Alliance and
Mrs Howard McMonies of Lyons, are
here for the lpha l'hi banquet tonight
Are Hard to Beat
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Open after the Shows with
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Finder call Auto 1J-2G83
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In the Basement
THE NEW MODEL, NUMBER FIVE
L. C. Smith & Bros
Ball Bearing Long Wearing
HAVE YOU EXAMINED ONE?
More L. C. Smith Typewriters used by the University of Nebraska than all other
makes combined. Just the result of a careful and thorough test. Call and see one of
the new models. If you do not find time to call, drop a canMor the booklet.
During the past few months we have secured as part payment on new L. C. Smqh
typewriters sold, a large number of other makes, many good as new. These will be
sold for One-fourth to One-half original cost. Certainly some real bargains.
Our stock of rental machines is very complete, any standard make.
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