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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
DECEMBER FIFTH THE DATE
OF CORNHUSKER BANQUET
Elaborate Preparations Being Made
for Big Feed Toast List Partially
Tin- date lor thi' Cornhusker ban
quet, tin' biggest nil university feed
ol tin year, has been definitely net for
Krldav, the fith ol' December. It is at
tliln time that students and team Hit
down together and drink, figuratively
of course, to the past and tin future
of football, i'lans are being made by
Ross Haskell for tin largest and most
nloborate lelebration in years. Never
lias Nebraska had so much to be
thankful lor, it is true, and full Jus
tice will be done to the spirit of Ne
braska students which lias succeeded
in sweeping everything aside as never
Prolessoi Caldwell will be the toast
master, and although the toast list
is not yet (omplete it is known that
Njhestei Shonka, varsity captain of
the 1011 tr-nm, wlii be among tin
.speakers Knothall, ol course, will be
the only subject permitted. The team,
Coat li Fit ifli in . and the speakers of
the evening will be seated on a raisetl
platlorni m lull view of the banquet
Debators Hard at Work.
The varsity debating squad is pro
gressing rapidly with their prepara
tion lor vii torv. The first drafts of
s lies have been completed and
tin- second writings are well under
a. Hewitt, Dawson, Prime is the
order ul tin- affirmative against Min
nesotii, Knk, Serensen, Perrin of the
negative against Iowa.
Household Club Elects Officers.
At the meeting ol tin Household
Arts i tub Tuesday evening tin follow
ing girls were elei ted to membership:
Kern Ashln, Mable Daniels, Ruth
Woods, liertha Wilson, Pearl Pope,
I'Yaiu is Wymaii. Lulu Neal, Mary
Rokahr, Kdith Cone, Reah Honker,
Ploreiit e Mason, Ida Sanborn, Myrtle
Hason, Merle Hookstra, Rose Shonka,
Alice Van Kirk.
Dr. Alldritt, Dentist, 200 Ganter
Bldcj., 1140 O St. B3905.
The Mandolin i lub will practice to
night in the Temple 7 p. in., sharp.
All members out.
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
We want you to come
here in here and feel at
home. Anything bought
that is not satisfactory, re
turn it and we will gladly
refund your money.
1132 O Street
8upt. F. M. Hunter will speak to the
oung men of the university In the
Temple building this evening at 7
o'clock on the subject, "Things
Worth While in College Life"
Ushers for the Iowa game will meet
at the Aitnorv between 1 110 and 5
p in today to get assignments to
sections and instructions (Jellatly
and Deliew will be there to take
Candidates for Senior football team
must appear at east end of Armory
today at 11 10
One hundred and twenty-two tickets,
inclusive of all coinpllmentaries,
have been validated for the sopho
more hop, November 21, 1 0 1 rt No
more tickets will be validated for
this hop Complimentaries have
been issued tcv V K Keefer, C.
Spier, (1 Keits. J l.anz. W Fol
soin, R. Oentzler, C Stewart, R
Doyle. P. Wat kins, M V Reed, F
Perkins. V Hahn. P H Roberts. F
Wells, l.C. Howie, (I. Hawkins, K.M.
Synder, 1'. Dean, W. Chamberlain.
A H Hiltner, R Swift. F Taylor
L H Tuckernian, Jr.,
Auditor of Student Organizations
MORE SECRET PRACTICE
(Continued From Page One)
pass the ball througth his legs but
makes a long pass backward and to
one side to the back who is to carrv
the ball. This is a hard pass to
make ami takes a speedv man to get
away witli it. In the scrimmage yes
terday Thompson was able to spoil
more than one of the freshmen cen
ter's passes. The Iowa tenter is going
to have the job of his life in making
all his passes good for Thompson is
going to give him lots of trouble.
"Pony" Backfleld In.
After the varsity regular backfleld
had scrimmaged for about an hour
Coach Stielim sent them into the gym
together with the end men. The
"pony" backfleld, composed of How
ard, DeLamatre, Flwell ami Coffee
went in and llugg and Gelwick filled
the end positions. They, too, received
special training as to how the spread
formations are to be broken up. And
if any of the regulars are injured,
the second string man that takes nis
plate will know just what to do.
Tonight tin last scrimmage before
the. game will be held. The men aie
all in first class condition. They are
lull of pep and are going into the
Iowa game with an irristible rush that
will pull down the long end of the
score and close a glorious season of
victories with another glorious victory.
Two frosh were ducked and another
was hotlianded for violation of tradi
tions of the U. of Washington last
week. A Sophomore was also (luck
ed because lie was said to be lacking
in school spirit. Exchange.
Telephone Yule Bros. Laundry to call
for your work. B-2754.
Slightly used VISIBLE type- -fc
writer taken on trade. Will sell -
fa at half price if sold immediately. -
Phone L9728. Address 327
fc North 11th St. -fc
University Y. M. C. A. Cafeteria
Established for the students.
Managed by the Students.
Conducted in the interests of the students.
Serves the largest amount of the best food
at the least cost.
The Cafeteria in the Temple.
The Huffman's General Supply House
For our SCHOOL and OFFICE Supplies
We get more for our money at
208 South 11th Street -:- -:- Lincoln
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325- 1331 N STREET
Asks a share of your patronage. We are equipped to
serve you and serve you right. A trial is all we ask.
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325- 1331 N STREET
Corduroy skirts tor the girls and
corduroy trousers for men, hae been
adopted as the distinc tive dress for
the members of the senior class at
the University ol Indiana. Kt hange
A "Square Deal"
for everybody is the
We guarantee each
buyer of an article
bearing the Spalding
Trade Mark, that
such an article will
give satisfaction and
a reasonable amount
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
1616 Arapahoe St. - - Denver, Colo.
,Y mark y .
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
annks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14th O Street
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