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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
TOMMY, THE CATERER.
Paulino RIcth is teaching at Pleas
Wesloyanjs building an addition to
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Miss Bloanor M. Johnson, '04, Is
nBslstant principal at Tllden.
Thoso class football teams"aro still
coming. Tho first game has been
scheduled for Christmas week.
"THE UNI'8 INDI8PEN8IBLE."
Wo cortalnly know how.. Lady atten
dant If desired.
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Official Foot Ball Guide
Edited by WALTER. CAMP.
Containing tho newly rovlsed OFFI
CIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures
of leading teams, embracing over 2,500
playors. PRICE, 10 CENT8
For sale by all Newsdealers? Athletic
Goods Dealors and Depart
Spalding's catalogue of all athletic
sports mailed freo to any addroBS.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York. Doston. Buffalo, Chicago,
Mli'jeapnlls. Philadelphia, Denver,
altlmoro. Washington, St. Louis, Kan-
site .City, Pltts'mrg, San . Francisco
Now" Orleans, Syracuso, Cincinnati,
Montreal, Can., London, England.
Notice All Sonlors who wish to try
out for tho class baskot-ball team hand
their names to Lawrence Sldwoll at
Tho Sophomore banket-ball team Is
practicing assiduously twice a week.
Thoy are determined to win the championship.
Tho apearanco of tho State Farm
has been wonderfully Improved by the
laying of cement walks between the
Sturdy John Uhl will get his" first
opportunity to stand off three hundred
lower classmen today, and a broad
smllo has boon spread over his coun
tenance for tho .past week on that account.
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GENERAL AGENT. 7
Word has been received that a boy
was born to Dr. Frank W. Smith on
October 10, at Paterson, N. J. All con
corned aro doing well. Dr. Smith wns
In tho Education Department up until
this presont year.
"FOLLOW THE FLAG.''
After tho little eruption up at Ann
Arbor, many students have decided to
go to Omaha Snturday In order to seo
the Crelshton game, which they fear
will be the last ono wo will win. A
rate of $1.10 has boon granted.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th,
Unl Music Cafe, $3.00 tickets, $2.85.
Chapin Bros, Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Dr. Haggard. 212-2-3 Richards Blk.
Co., Baggage. Both
For first-class Tailoring
at low prices, see Union
College Student Tailors.
Automatic Phone 3255.
Union College Tailors
V08T OFFICK ItLDU.
HOME VI8ITOR8 EXCUR8ION, NO-
To many points in Illinois. Indiana,
sOhlo, Kentucky, Western Pennsylva
nia Now York and west Virginia, sw
Tho WABASH has solid road-bod,
rook ballast, and now equipment; re
clining chair cars (SEATS FREE).
For, rates, maps and all Information
call at WabaslwClty Office, 1601 Far
nam St or addross
HARRY E. MOORES.
Q. A. P. D. Wab. R. R.,
tent free. Oldoat agency lor aecuriairpatentA.
FatenU taken throuih .Munn- Xfc. rooeUe
muUti notice, without cbarue, la the
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MUNN Co.3818r,lwiy- Hew York
iThe Freshman-class meeting which
has been hanging In tho air for so
long will be held today during convo
cation, period In chapel.
The apparent- delay of tho meeting
has not In any way weakened class
spirit; on tho cgntrary, It seems to
have strengthened it. Tho verdant
Freshmen are already beginning to
show a shade of tan below tho green.
Thoy aro bent on taking Initiative
measuros. Tnoy want to uo away witn
old traditions, and tho first tra'dltlon
confronting them says that tho first
president shall bo either from Lincoln
Lincoln is represented by Benedict,
who has many friends, especially In
athletic fields, pmaha's man Is Pat
terson, whose campaign Is actively
managed' by his high school jlassmate.
The third candidate Js Elliot' of Cen
tral City and tho war cry of his sup
porters is that he 1b neither from Lin-
rcoln nor Omaha.
Guarded by .tho history of former
classes, tho class of '09 has taken
great precautions to avoid tho rocks
and shoals on which tho political-ships
of former classes have been wrecked.
Thoy have secured tho efficient ser
vices of D. P. Do Young, president of
tho Junior class, to preside at tho
mooting, and no ono will bo admitted
without tho greon registration card
from tho registrars office.
meals. Phoonlx Res-
See Co-Op. ad In this Issue. Special
drive In tablets and stationery.
Eat at Don Cameron's new restau
rant, 119 Bo. 12th St.
UUALrr, OUR SODA :
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Get a copy of Collier's Gibson Num
ber for 10c at tho Lincoln Book Store.
Special edition of same on extra paper,
25c per copy.
Start tho school year right by get
ng .i nice engraved or printed card.
George Bros., printers, Fraternity
Bldg., 13th and N Sts.
Tho School of Music Gafo will not
sell any more regular meal tickets, but
will run strictly pn tho European plan,
Commutation tickets, $3 foi$2.85.
If tho operator Is to write as fast as
she can read, she must bo able to SEE
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
136 No. 11th 8t.
Bell Phone, 348; Ailto 3881.
Beautifully balanced overcoats that
possess quality and stylo far beyond
tho degree Indicated by, tho prices.
Seo them at B. L. Palne'a. V
Dress Suit 8peclal.
In his special Bale of dress suits,
Ludwlg has been cutting off from $5
to $10 on each suit, and Is still guar
anteeing lit and finish as before. .This
special sale 'is for tho special benefit
of students and Glee Club men who
want a good suit at a reasonable price.
Ludwig's Special at $32.50 certainly
fills the bill. Better drop in. and talk
It over, , ' LTJDWIG.
1036 O St." ' .
Past dallv train service via the
Chicago & North- Western Rnlhvay,
the double-track railway from tho
Missouri River to Chicago, connect
ing at Chicago with all lines for
all points East. -The' trains of the
are most completely equipped for the
safety and comfort of patrons.
The Best of Everything
TVets and full Information on application to
R. Wt McGINNIS, Agent, .J
1024 O Street
Chlcigo & Nortk-Westera Railway
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