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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
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"THE UNI'8 INDI8PEN8IBLE."
We certainly know how.. Lady atten
dant If desired.
Official Foot Ball Guide
Edited by WALTER" CAMP.
Containing the nowly revlsod OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of loading towns, om bracing over 2,500
RftpronLc. PRICE, 10 CENTS
For salo by nil Nowsdoalers, Athletic
Goods Dealers and Dopart- -mcnt
Spalding's cataloguo of all athletic
sports 'mailed froo to any addresB.
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Now York, Boston, Buffalo, Chicago,
Mltaoapoll8, Philadelphia, Denver,
Baltimore, Washington, St. Louis, Kan
Baa City, Pittsburg, San Francisco
Tow Orleans, Syracuse Cincinnati,
Montreal, Can., London, England.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG."
HOME VI8ITOR8 EXCURSION, NO
To many points In Illinois, Indiana,
Ohio, Kentucky, Western Pennsylva
nia, Now York and West Virginia, at
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
The WABASH has, solid road-bed,
rock ballast, and now equipment; re
clining chair cars (SEATS FREE).
For rates, maps and all Information
call at Wabash City Office, 1601 Fai
'St., or address 4
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G. A. P. D. Wab.-R.IL,'
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can read, sno must be able to SEE
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Our. Cravenetto raln-coatsfor young
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Chapin Bros, Florists,- 127 So. 13th;
Weatover Returns From Michigan.
John Westover, assistant coach, has
returned from Ann Arbor, where ho
Attended the Michlgan-Vnndorbllt
game on Saturday. This game proved
a victory for the former by n score of
18-0. Westover was Booth's special
emmlssary to Ann Arbor to study
Michigan's stylo of play.
WeBtovor is of the firm opinion that
Michigan 'will hnve to play a bettor
article of ball and that faster if she
takes the varsity Into camp. Michi
gan played the game last Saturday In
the same style that she Intends to
play It against Nobraskn, that is, by
steady ond hnrd lino bucking. This
proved offectlvo against the Vander
bllt'tenm, but there will be n difference
when they try this style of piny on
Nebraska. Michigan also tried two
e;id runs, but wore thrown back for
a loss both times. Hammond Is tho
star of the Mlchlgnn.tonm and Is their
greatest ground gainer. Westover says
that Michigan has a heavier team by
ton pounds to each man than Nebras
ka. This will give them the advan
tage on line bucking, but tho Nebras
ka back field is much faster and
that should overbalance tho heaviness
of the Michigan line.
The football team went out to the
state farm to practice last night, JiiBt
the first' .squad going along. Secret
practice will bo the rule rrom now un
til tho team leavos for Michigan. All,
the men are In excellent condition
aftor tho game with Knox, the soft
field having saved (hem from any
bruises. Weller has only one eye, but
tho other Is lookod for any day, and
Captain Borg's Injured leg Is as good
Class football is having a hard time
to get started. The Junior mnnager
has issued a call for men, but they
did riot seem to materialize, and ho
kicked tho ball around all by himself.
The Sophomores have selected their
football committee, but nothing has
been done by them yet. The other
classes have not oven gotten this far,
but President Trigg of tho Senior class
has promised to appoint bor commltt
tees early this week, and tho lntor
clnss athletic board will then got down
to work and get things started.
Junior Law Meeting.
Tho Second-year law class met dur
ing tho convocation hour yesterday
morning In order to nttend to tho ap
pointment of a couple of committees.
The first business was to select a rep
resentative for tho Interclass athletic
board, and Burt Johnson, the Univer
sity champion gymnast, Was chosen
for that position. Tho Law Book was
then discussed, And tho class feU that
they should have something to Bay
about it, and accordingly a 'committee
composed of Sawyer, Keysor, and ParJ
riott was appointed- to confer with tho
A meeting' of all eight divisions will
bo held In Memorial Hall today, at 11
o'clock. Department of Rhotorlc.
The Dramatic Club will hold Jts
first meeting on Thursday, October 9,
In U. 10G, nt 11 a. m. Plans for the
year will bo discussed. All member?
are urged' to bo present.
Geology 15 will moot In N. 201, Wed
nesdays, at' 11 o'clock.
Poster, pictures, Sunbonnet Girls,
Underwood Girls, (Jhrlstle and Rem-,
lhgton Pictures, Balet Dancers, 15c ti
J1-.00 each. The Lincoln Book Store,
WE BELIEVE IN
And believe that every loyal University
student should patronize Nebraskan ad
vertisers. They will find them to be the
leaders in their particular lines and will
ing to do everything possible to please
you. Why not show your loyalty to the
University and to your own paper?
. MENTION THE
School of Music Cafe now open.
Dress suits, $35 and up. Ludwlg's.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th.
Star Delivery Co., Baggage. Both
Best 15-cent moals. Phoenix Res
taurant. Armstrong' Clothing Co., practical
Llncola Local Express, 1234 O SL
-Ordors taken for class caps. Arm
strong Clothing Co.
Eat at Doa Cameron's new restau
rant, 119 So. 12th .St.
Don't fall to, get the Gibson number
of Colliers Magazlno, 10c, at the -Lincoln
'Much attention has been attracted
during the last week by tho beautiful
display of Uni pennants, pillows and
novelties which is shown In the Co-op
window. Tho display showed to spe
cial advantage whllo tho teachers'- as
sociation, was horo, also the visitors
who wore in for Saturday's game.
Such a display of Unl spirit' Is, cor
Tho Sophomore Hop cqmmltteo mot
In the Chemistry Lecture room yester
day morning and selected Friday
night, October 27th, as tho date for tho
Sophomore Hop. 'As this is tho first
danco of the season this year, a largo
crowd will doubtlessly attend; al
though tho excursion to Omaha to see
the Crplghton gjirno is tho next day.
Rfchard Hunter Is chairman, ,nnd By
ron Eaton master of cermonies.
For first-class Tailoring
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Automatic Phone 3255.
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