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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1904)
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gliullr le iuiIiIIhIiiiI free, ru heretofore
Today tin- looieis will have their
llrst chance to disprove t In charge t lint
tlii'.v are "(lead ones." which The Ne
lii'iisKnii has seriouslv suspe led for
tome time Manager Davis in a talk
with The N'elnasKan since his letnrn
Irom Mlnneyotn emphasized more
stronglv than ever the neetl for more
enthusiasm The team today begins
its li'.udest work it must have the
i.-dhle. material baching of the stu
dent body. We believe that il does
have this hackiuu. hut there must be
some tangible evideiu e of" the fail
OFT OFT AND HOOT!
The interest which is being mani
fested in the glee dub this year should
lesult In the best season the club has
ever experieiu ed. The Nebrakan
In Other Colleges'
Six hundred dollors was ( -loured at
the University of California by tlie
prod m tion of "Jinmlet."
The arrest was made recently of two
Columbia students for. taking entrance
examinations as proxies for others.
Northwestei n and Chicago will meet
in football today. This game is
attended with much interest, as it will
clear up the western football outlook
The game on Saturday between
H row n University and the University
of Philadelphia played at Philadelphia,
showed that Hi-own's football squad Is
the strongest that It has been for
Students nt the Cincinnati Univer
sity are desirous of wearing caps and
gowns on the campus. It is planned
that this college attire shall he donned
bj all students during their entire,
tour years' course.
William Si idell. who was last year
ciunrterbnrk and captain of the Uni
veisity of Washington football squad.
is now trying for tackle at the Uni
versity of Chicago. Coach Stagg is
jubilant over his new man."
One of the Princeton students. Ray
mond Fosdick. "l. has been appointed
by the republican state committee of
New .Jersey to stump that part of the
state In the interest of the republican
unity. This is an almost unprecedented
honor, as Mr. Fosdick is still .attend
A comic opera. "His Highness the
Hey." written by two University of
Chicago men. will be produced at the
la Salle Theater Nov. Uth. The au
thor. A. Frank Adams, is a Senior and
his co-vvoiker. Will M. Hough, is n
Mec inl student at the university. Jo
seph F. Howard,, a composer of popular
songs, has written the music.
A novel trip is being planned for
the Thanksgiving game at Ann Arbor
by a number of Chicago University
boys. They expect to rent a box car,
paint it in Chicago colois, decorate
with ('hie ago banners and enter Ann
Arbor in state. I he car win accom
modal" about thiity men.
Co-ich Yost of Michigan is still mak
ing negotiations for the Thanksgiving
game It seems that Columbia has not
3 et refused to play and the students
there are desirous for the game. Ne
gotiations between the two colleges
continue; but meanwhile Coach Yost
Bring Your Head
With you and
$2.50 in Money.
I can fit a student with a big head, as well as
one with a little head.
The $2.50 Hat Store
Have You Read Any of These
"Our Friend the Dog." by Maurice Maelerlink . $I.2u
"A Ladder of Sword.-." by Gilbert Parker l.L'n
"The Affair at the Inn," by Kate Douglas Wiggin 1.0.1
'Heeily of Cratistark," by Geoige Hair McCuteheon 1.2't
"Optimism." by Helen Keller r,
"The Memolis of a Haby," by .lofephine Dodge Daskam 1.2")
"Hy the King's Command," by Reginald Drew ,'2)
"The Betrayal," by Oppenheim 20
"The Cost, by David Graham Phillips - ' ' )
"The Castaway." by Hallle Erin it. in Rives l . ;m
"The dossing," by Winston Churchill . 20
"The Day of the Dog." by George. Marr McCuteheon in
'Flight of the North." by Emily Post 2u
"God's Good Man." by Marie C.orelli i -jn
Gorgo," by Charles K. Gaines .'rt
'In the IMshop's Carriage." hy Miriam Miehelson 1.20
The Lure o' Gold." by Bailey Millard 1.2.)
"The Land of Cockayne." by Matilda Serav 1.20
"The Loves of Edwy." by Rose Cecil O'Neill " 1 "o
"The Pillar or Light." by I ouls Tracy L20
"Tommy and Co." by .Jerome K. Jerome 1 -)
Fine vellum and bond papus in four styles-"U. of N." univer
sity pennant and two styles of seals. Cream white :i.1c and .11. a
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MILLER & PAINE
Corner O and 13th Streets
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heart il j" commends the effnits that art
helivg made to secure university -uruilit
for the membeis. We believe this
movement is calculated to result in
good for the club, and consequently
should conti Unite to the lite of the
university. Every man with a good
voice should try for a position on the
club. Il he docs not make it. he
will at le:ist have the consolation of
knowing that he is much better pre
dated to GET OUT AND ROOT!
Frank E. Lee, Public, Stenographer
and Notary. Mimeographic letters;
perfect imitation. r0 l-50l Richards
Hlk. Auto 1155.
The Fumous will give a special dis
count of 10 per cent to university stu
dents on all purchases of millinery, kid
gloves, corsets, etc.
Leming's Dairy for Ice Cream,
Milk and Confectionary.
is endeavoring to secure Minnesota (hi
the Thanksgiving game in case Col
umbia tails her. At' present it looks
as though Michigan would have to
wait until next year to win back her
Iannis lolft nt Minnesota last year, for
Minnesoti's schedule is already ar
iange. Rent a Remington ai student rato
and keep your notes in good form.
Office Corner of Oliver Theater Rldg.
Y. M. C. A. MEETING.
Noted Lecturer Will Give Address
Sunday at 3:00 O'clock.
The men's meeting tomoirow after
noon at I! p. m. in Memorial Hall
promises to be the largest meeting of
the semester. Dr. Greene has con
sented to give his address entitled "A
Thing Every Man Ought to Know."
Those who have heard this address
need no urging to be present. Several
men who have heard it two 01 even
three times, have expressed their a -proval
with words ot highest com
mendation. No new man in the uni
versity can afford to let this oppor
tunity slip by.
Dr. Greene is superintendent of the
state hospital lor the ius'ine. In this
position he has had various oppor
tunities for observation in mullets
pertaining to the welfare of humanity.
His position has required strength of
mind and body to an exceedingly high
degiee. Being equipped as he is, he
has succeeded in his chosen work.
Ft 0111 the experience which he has
gained in this work, he comes t us
as a man of authority in his subject.
He is an exceedingly pleasant speaker
and holds the attention of his audience
from hi st tc last.
1 he committee in charge are tortuu
ate in having secured the services of
Mr. H. 11. Husted. one of 1 incoln's
most accomplished musicians. Mr.
Husted ha.-, studied the violin for many
.ears and has taught considerably. He
has a treat in store for every one who
attends. The meetjlig hegins promptly
at '.'1 o'clock and closes at 4 sharp.
Our own chancellor is greatly in
terested in this meeting, as seen by
his sentiment expressed in I ho follow
ing: "I deem this address ot extreme
importance to every joung man, and
I urge you to be present."
The College Man
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