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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1913)
THE DAILY NRJBRASKAN
BIG 9 WILL NOT EXPAND
DECISION REACHED AT CHICAGO
MEETING FOUR SCHOOLS
STIEHIYI TO COME HOME TODAY
Basketball Schedule In Process of
TO THE LADIES
Making With Many Good Games
Coiuli Ktichm will return from Chi
cago today. bringing with him word
that Nebraska has been refused ad
inlttancc into the big nine conference
Mr. Ktii'lim went to the Windy City
last Thursday for the purpose oT ar
ranging ll"' i""nal meeting of the
conference. In the former mntter he
was successful, but In the latter he
was dl-aipolnled The members of
the conference decided thai their body
is already large enough, and refused
to entertain the Idea of admitting Mar
(iiee, Notre 1 Mine or Nebraska Ac
cording to the dispatches, the Corn
busker coach was unwilling to Mate
last Satutda.v whether or not Nebraska
would make any further effort to get
within the coveted walls. His atti
tude on that score will not be known
here until lie returns today.
For several ears Nebraska has
been receh inn prominent mention as
a possible new member of the confer
ence Alter going undefeated in the
Missouri alh for four years, the, Frcshmarl Hop Notice.
Cornhii-kei s feel that they are entitled i 'pile following notice should hae
to higher recognition Since the with been published in Saturday paper but
drawal of Michigan two years ago. was unavoidably delayed alter being
leaing only eight members instead haudeil to The Daih Nebraskan
of nine, the -toiy has been gheii een ),.,. ;, mi:; Complimentary ticket
more prominence, but the definite re t,, u,,. ireshman hop. I . l'.M:'.. have
fusal of la--1 week will probably set , ,.,.,, issued to the following persons:
the rumors to rest for some time to c s Spier K V C.ent.ler ()
come. Soiithwick, K M. Snyder. M. V. Heed.
As soon a- Mr. Stiehni arrives he Sam Critlin, T. 1-:. Keel'er, Cloyd Stew
will confer witli (luy Heed in regard .,,-,. ,; Hrson, Phil Wntkin-, Hay
to the basketball schedule, so that it Doyle, H V Allen, Krnest lloppe.
may be ready to be announced tliis,,0yal llowey. W. II. Hixbee.
week Mr K ed and Prof. (5 F Par- i,. P. Tuckerman. .Jr.,
her returned Saturday from Ames., Auditor of Student Organizations.
where they represented Nebraska at -
the Missouri valley conference Mr. , An informal college tea will be held
HiH said yesterday that he had no, j .rt Hall Thursday afternoon
comment to make on the conference, J from !! to T.
bin added that the Clint Hoss affair'
had evidentlv blown over, leaving Kan- Account of Freshman Hop, Dec. 6, '13.
sas perl'e, tly willing to play the Corn , Heceipts. Til tickets at $1 T.u, $111;
buskers again next year. The date ependit ,,., VAt $,-)(i; refreslimeiits,
for the game, which will be played in $m: orchestra. $.'.i; printing, $112;"),
Lincoln, has been set tentatively for poster, $l."ii); cab, $:! ,',ii; doorkeepers,
November P'. $:!ii(i; ilecorations. i;:!c; total expense,
- -- - $111 SS; balance in funds of class of
PRE-MEDICS FORM 'SOCIETY ,!"v7- - - n ,M,i' ltt"- V;".1;;'"""-
i Audited Dec. S. litPl P P Tinker
man, Jr. Auditor of Student Organiza
Being a man we know what men like for Cnristmas. We we men are no
less vain than well, than anybody else. We like nice things to wear. And if
you are oing to make presents to men, young or old, you will find this "Best in
Lincoln" store is just the place to buy them. We ask you to come in and see
what we have in
House Coats, Smoking Jackets, Mackinaws, Bath Robes,
Silk Pajamas, Fur Caps, Gloves and Combination Sets of
Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks and Fancy Suspenders.
A complete line of LEATHER GOODS, such as Collar Boxes, Shoe Bags,
Handkerchief Cases, Grips, etc.
This is a good place to buy good clothes.
Fulk Clothing Company
1236 8 O STREET
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.
Elect Officers and Organize for Better
Understanding Among First
i t ions
(Elasaiftrb QUHmmt j
A number of student-, talcing a pre
medical course nt Lincoln before going
1o Omaha have organized into a so- lOtfT A diamond broach between
..i,.tv ,.:.n.,i it... Pri..i.,iii.iii .u,w.i!i. m:i ami corner oi inn ami k
t ion. The need of such an organiza
Hon has been felt for some time, espe
dally since tie- removal of the major
part of tlu- course to the metropolis
The meeting of the I're-Medics was '
addressed bv Dean Wolcott, who rec-
Reward offered to Under. l'lione I
ommended that the students control
their own society. The following of
ficers were elected:
William Delzell President.
Kenneth Davis- Secretary.
E. Johnson Treasurer.
Artistic dance programs and menus
Tor particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St, YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Scene from the Scarborough drama, "THE LURE" at the
Oliver Theatre tonight.
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