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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
"THE UNl8 INDI8PEN8IBLE."
We certainly know how.. Lady atten
dant If desired.
Official Foot Ball Guide
Edited by WALTER CAMP.
Containing tho nowly revised OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading teams, embracing ovor 2,500
playors. PRICE, TDCENT8
For salo by all Newsdealers, Athlotlc
Goods Doalors and Depart
Spalding's catalogue of all athlotlc
sports .mailed freo to any address.
A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.
Now York, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago,
MI'meapollB, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltimore Washington, St. Louis, Kan
sas vQlty, Pittsburg, San Francisco
Now Orleans, Syracuse, Cincinnati,
Montreal, Can., London, England.
E V ERY D AV
8EPT. 15 TO OCT. -31-, 1905.
tf)f? AA to San' Francisco, Los
OtaDaUU Angeles', San Diego, and
many other California
That Freshman Election.
Tho Freshman politicians havo got
ten down to work, and many aro the
aspirants for tho presidency of tho
class. Evon tho question aa to whether
their natural enemies, tho Sophs, are
going to got into tho first mooting or
not Is causing tho now students less
concern than the question of their
In former years thoro has invariably
boon a combination of tho Omaha and
Lincoln forces which has brought about
an election of a Lincoln man to tho
presidency tho first semester and an
Omaha man tho second. This year the
usual arrangomont is looked for, al
though at present tho two parties aro
divided and each is supporting a can
didate of Its own. Tho Lincoln aggre
gation Is pushing Miller Benedict for
tho first place, while Omaha seoms to
havo gotten togother on Patterson, and
aro pushing him hard for tho position.
Thoro havo always been a number
of aspirants from other towns through
out tho state, but they hayo never
mado much difference In tho result
heretofore. This has beon duo to tho
fact that tho students from the two
larger towns havo always .known each
other and havo beon moro readily or
ganized for action, whereas tho re3t
of tho class comes from a largo num
ber of small high schools, .and has
boon, unable to combine on. any one
man. If such a combination could bo
made, It would doubtlessly win out,
for tho outsldo students are In a largo
This year It looks as though such
Is going to bo Uie case. Several astute
politicians from small tdwns have got
ton togothor and havo organized prac
tically tho entire class, aside from
those who come from tho two cities, in
confident of success In their effort to
break down tho I incol-Omaha com
bination. Tho candidate on whom this
third party has decided Is Clyde Elliott
of Central City. The triangular race
should bo very clo3o, and will be
watched with interest by others than.
Frcshmon, especially by some of thq
older students who were unfortunate
enough as not to have "graduated from
the Omaha 6t Lincoln High Schools.
Interest In debating continues to
grow and makes ltsolf manifest by tho
largo crowds 'in attoudanco at the
meetings- of tho Students' Club In
Union Hall ovory Saturday ovenipg.
Tho high order -of affairs conducted
thoro has ovon attracted Hie attention
of prominent men from the city.
Tho parliamentary law practice last
Saturday night was complicated, but
spirltod throughout. Af teethe "scrap,"
John L. Clark, tho parliamentary critic,
proceeded, to unravol the entangling.
complications, calling Bpeclal atton.
tlon to -and emphasizing .various points
of parliamentary law involvod.
School of Music Cafo now open.
Dr. Haggard, 212-2-3 Richards Blk.
Unl Music Qafe, $3.00 tickets, $2.85.
Star-Delivery Co., Baggage.
Lincoln Local Express, 1234 O SL
Eat at Don Cameron's now restau
rant. 119 So. 12th St.
Don't forgot that .the County Fair is
coming off October 28. Look out for
further notice, In Tho Nobraskan.
' frfffi-ta Everett, Falvlmverrr during. tho comof tho regular de-
op.iitJiVv Whatcom, Vancouver batbJ.hot, necessity, of a. National DI-
nuil Victoria. vorco Law was advocated by Yoder
to Portland. Astoria,
Tacoma and Soattlo.
to. Ashland, Rosoburg.
Eugene, Albany 'and Sa
lem, Including branch
linoB In Oregon.
to Spokano and lntor
modlato O. It. & N
points r to Wonatchoe
and Intermediate points.
to' Butto, Anaconda,
Holona, and all Inter
mediate main lino
to Ogdon ad Salt Lake
CUy and intermediate
main line points.
For full information call on or address
,-.. E. 6. 8L0880N,
November 1st Is tho date fixed for
tho. cadotsto bo In thoir uniforms.
That means thai all measurements
should bo handed In at once. Palne's
If visible writing, speod, complete
ness, case of manipulation, simplicity
of construction and durability appeal
to you, an 'examination of the Under
wood will convince you that it is tho
machine fort your work. . Underwood
Typewriter Co., 136 N. 11th St. Bell
348, Auto 3881,
Best 15-cent meals,
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DR. JOHN J, DAVIS
1383 O dt LINCOLN.
Room 20. Auto. Phone, Office 3021; Res. 2818
and Shorjock; dqnlod by Paul and
Among tho guests present was Sam
Hawthorne, '02, who gave tho boys a
short talk on tho question discussed.
At tho next meeting tho question for
debate Is: Resolved, That Labor
Unions aro justified. In their demands
Tor "closed shop." Affirmative, J. M.
Swonson, T, A. Brown; negative, A.
H. Miller, .Clms. Simon. .
. . Notice.
Sonlors meet Thursday, 11 o'clock,
In chapel. Election of offlcera,
Remarkable Reduction in Rates to tho
On October 3 and 17, November 7
and 21,; December 5 and 19, tho Mis
souri Pacific will sell round trip tick
ets to many points in Southwestern
Missouri, Oklahoma, Indian Territory,
ArkanBas,t Texas and Louisiana at 75
per cent oftho ono way rato.
For example, round trip rato to Ft.'
Worth, Tex., will bo $13.65, to Galves
ton, $20.35, to Oklahoma City, $10.00,
etc. Two dally trains, with Pullman
sleeper ovory night to Kansas City.
Full Information at City Ticket' Of
fice, S. W. Cor. 12th & O streets.
F. D. CORNELL,
P. & T. A.
Witt N STIljKKT LINCOLN
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