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TIIK DAILY NKHHAKKAN.
Mf you call at THE CO-OP. before leaving- for
Minneapolis and get
A Football Button
A "U of N" or "Nebraska" Pennant
A Cane with Colors
CyA Pennant Stick Pin"TJ of N"
A Streamer of Scarlet and Cream
A Great Big MEGAPHONE
You will help win the
Game for Nebraska . .
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 North Elcnenth Street
THE SCARLET AND CREAM STORE
LOCAL AIVD PERSONAL
I'll. Young, Nowfi.
Colors at The Co-Op.
' nnants at The Co-Op.
Megaphones at The Co-Op.
i:at at Hendry's, 129 N. 11th.
r.iothall buttons at The Co-Op.
Fine furs, Steele, 143 So. 12th.
Munson's restaurant, HIS O st.
Handkerchief sale at The Famous.
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Why not take your hath at Chris'
bath house, 11 and P Streets.
All 1'niverslty hooks and supplies at
the Scarlet and Creum store.
Waterman's Fountain Tens, the best.
At the I'niversity Hook Store.
Try Sanderson's. They have the
best shoes on earth for the money.
Charles H. Gregory (U. of N. '91)
sells coal at 104 1 O st. See him.
teele, the furrier, 1-13 So. 12th.
Square meals at Fiancis Bros.
Pot Roast Day at Francis Bros.
TV Hygienic Cafe. Slfi So. 12th st.
The I'niv. Book Store, 310 No. 11th.
Dr. Woodward, occulist, Richards
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 114 So.
ilega phones and pennants at the
Univ. Book Store.
jA op at
Constancer's new live-chair bar-
1010 O st.
STUDENTS?' Buy your kid gloves
and corsets at The FamoiiB, 1029 O.
B. & T. have got some "kids" that
you would appreciate. $1 per pair.
"The Unlursity Book Store, 310 No.
11th st. The Scarlet and Cream store.
FALL FESTIVITIES AT
Kansas City, Mo.
$5.75 ROUND TRIP.
Tickets on sale October ." ! ti to I'Jtli inclusive, return
limit October 1 Itli, 11)01.
GO AND SEE THE MERRY CROWD.
Leave Lincoln .": 1 0 a. m., arrive Kansas City I 1:40 a. m
Leave Lincoln 1:3.") . m., arrive Kansas City 8::)o p. m.
The IMoneer Baibcr Shop at 113 So.
11th st., where you can get first-class
All sizes and widths of University
gymnasium Bhoes, 00c to $ 1 .GO. Sanderson's.
The senior class will meet Wednes
day, October if), to consider the Sen
ior Class Book.
For students -Those liew $3 ovals
and $4 panels at Bass' Photographic
Studio, 1026 O st.
Buy a Hastings and Beach Ceneral
Physics for reference.
Spe Westerfleld for the latest Uni.
jj 'alr cut. 117 No. 13th st.
'k 10 the Matthews Piano Co. for
sheet music and -supplies.
IJ The seniors had 15 men out for
football practice yesterday morning.
i All Juniors who can play football
aft meet on campus field Wednesday at
RV chapel time.
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7" DOIOH1S JSIIUUB 1JI UUIYUIOU fell 10
iStare the best. For sale only at Web
ster & Rogers.
You'll need an overcoat if you see
the foothull game up north. Ewlng
bus the latest. See them.
E. B. Dunaway of Overton, Neb., is
visiting his brother, E. M. Dunaway,
'02, for a few clays.
Dress up and wear scarlet and cream.
It's U. of N. Be proud of it. In the
meantime see Swing's for a nice suit.
Don't forget Ewing Clothing Co. for
furnishing goods before you go to
Minneapolis. We have the novelties.
Sophomores Football men are re
quested to meet Manager D'eard at
chapel time Wednesday for organiza
tion. Meet on football field.
City Ticket Office, Burlington Depot,
Corner 10th and O Streets. 7th Street, Bet. P and Q.
T6lephonc 235. Telephone 25.
To Make His Hark
A Student should use
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
For Sale by all Dealers, or
L. K. WATKRMAN CO.,
l.V) 1.77 Broadway, NEW YORK. Largest Fountain Pen Manufacturers
" In the World
Manager Morlll of the basket ball
team has opened a correspondence with
Kansas for an interstate game.
There is no need of your being cold
when you can get fuel so cheap from
the Union Fuel Co., 1014 O st.
We can give you domestic work
the kind you get on new goods. Yule
Bros. Laundry, '1514 O st.
All University boys who have the
price wear "Walkover" Bhpes. For
sale only at Webster & Rogers.
Mr. Prevey's class in statistics are
helping the city charity organization
compile sortie statistics on the de
pendent classes of Lincoln. This ma
terial will be used in the annual- re
port soon to be Issued.
Schuyler W." Miller, on leave of ab
sence for the present year, was In
town last week for a few days. Mr.
Miller intends to visit England in the
Dean Reese made a short talk in
the law school yesterday morning. He
will not take up his classes for some
time, owing to his wife's illness frn
C. W. McMlchael, scholar in Eng- j
lish literature, has charge of courses
"A" in English language. The course
is for Hiose who have not completed
the resuired preparatory English.
The senior class football team Is
rapidly getting the men into shape.
Many are out for regular Veiling prac
tice and they think the prospects for ' .
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