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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1905)
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THE DftiLY ISEBRA8KAN.
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Official Foot Ball Guide
Edjfcd by WALTER CP.
Containing thVnowiy fovlsod OFFI
CIAL .PLAYING RULES aijd pjctures
of leading teams, bmbracirig over 2,50Q
player. n pftlfcE, 10 CENT
Eorjwilo by all Nowsdealors Athlotlo
QoodB Dealprs and-Depart- '
mont storos. -j
Spalding's catalogud of all athlotlq
,' sports mailed free to any addross.
A. G. SPADING & BROS.
, Now York, Boston Buffalo, Chicago.
' MluiMPolla, Philadelphia, Denver,
Kow ' Orleans," Syra'cuso; Cincinnati,
AND RETURN $8.00
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Cornhuskera vs. Gophers;
Threb special trains via Northwestern
line will loavo C. & N. W. depot,
Ninth and S streets, 'Friday pvenlng,
Nov. 17th. First, train of standard
and tourist Bloopers nt G p, hi- Sec
ond train of- tourist stoppers, 5:30 p.
m. Third train, chair cars and
coaches, ' 6 p. m. all duo to arrive
Minneapolis Saturday morning at 7,
7:30 and 8 a. m., respectively. All
studonts should bo at the depot nor
later than 4:30 p. m Friday, that
they may bo pro'porly located in tho
cars and enablo tho .Northwestern line
representative to start tho trains out;
on fichedulo time, it is also impor
tant ' to make sleeping car reserva
tions at once, otherwise a largo num
bpr of student's may be deprived of
borths, tho general public having
taken up a large number of berths up
to tho present. Diagrams of cars and
borth reservations at C. & N. W. City
Ticket Office, 1024 O street.
"FOLLOW. THE FLAG,"
home: visitors excursion
" ' vPMnrn 97TH. X.
To many points in Illinois. -Indiana,
Ohio, .Kentucky, WesternPonnsylva
plaNewYork and vWest Virginia, at
.GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
Tho WABASH has solid road-bod:
rock ballast, and now cqulpment'rp-
WE BELIEVE IN
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ellning chair cars (SEATS PREB).
call at Wabash City Office, 1C01 Fa
Forrales, maps and all information
nam St.. oraddress
" HARRY e. MOORES.
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Cof vniQHT Ac.
Anroaaeendlng mfcVftleh and daMrlpUqnnay
quickly ascertain our. opinion fro wbather an
Inrentlon Is probably patentahlg. . Gomraunlea
tlqnf MTlctjyoon84wtMPIOIf on I'ateaU
- Patents taken through Muna Oa. recelr
Kxclal notice, without charce, In the
Sckniif ic flmcricart.
A bandf omolr llluatrated weekly.' Tntett clr
cnlatlon of any Bdontiuo journal. Terms, ts a
yeart f onr monthfl, L Bold by all newsdealer.
MUNN & Co'NewYork
Engineers' Special Abandoned.
About ono hundred engineering sin
dnto mpt in Memorial Hall last Mu
tiny jilght in response to Uio bulletinn
nnnouVicliig a special muss meeting lo
dlsciiKs the trip to Minnesota. Min
neapolis has a' jjbod many 'interesting
and vnlunblo attractions for men. of am
onpinQoring turn of niind. t Mombcrs
of the faculty realized this and, by
halting (.(1 vantage of the cheap rates
offered 'or tho football gam?, pi an nod
u Kpechilexcursion of the enginqerlng
(lopartmentsJn which thoy strove to
noniblno buslhcss with nleaBure.
Talks wero made by Professqrs
and Mr. McGinnls, gonoral passenger
agent for tho Northwestern. Several
members of tho society also, made
valuable suggestions. x After considpr
able idlscussion Jt was decided to rbn
a speciaVtrain, leaving Llncohi Turs
day evenlngjyfor tho engineering stu
dents.. Tho meeting adjournedXto
meet Tuesday at rtju m. in M. 211 u.
ascertain how many would go. In tho
meantime word camo from tho offi
cials of tho NorthwestornNRailroad
company that thoy wuld notrun a
spocuu tram on Tnursaay ror tnocn-
frtnnata nnrl nnnrhat nnrt nrrnfn nn YTrfS,
day fdrNUio balance of tho students.
This put aii end to furthor plans and
the englneersNvili havo to be content
with going on the regular football
special which ('leaveX Lincoln Friday
Arid believe that every loyal- Upiveriity
student should patronize Nebraskan ad-.,.
vertisers. Q?hey will find theniQ J).e the A,
leaders in their particular lines and will- ""'
ing to dp everything possible' to please
yoit. Why not show your loyalty to the
University and to your own paper?-
rmtJKLMLHLKKlJLKLXXIW - vCEE3EEECaCE3ECKCSCR
GEORGE A. WILSON
Estimate furnished upon application,
v Job work promptly attondod to.
245 Swlh Tlftl) Jt.
Eat at tho Uni. -Music Cafe.
Suit cases, ? 2.00 and up, 103G 0.
Oliver Cigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th,.,
Drxllaggard, 212-21lf Richards Bile"
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TrunksNind Bara. Wirlck's. 1036 O.
Chapln BrosJPlorlBts, 127 So. 13th.
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omas, RectalvDIsoases. 1319 O.'
Eat at DonNCamorpn'snew restau
rant, 119 So." 12th. St. N. "" ' ''
Don't, forget the unl;-8chool of Music
TOMY THE CATEREIT.
Star Dollvery Clp., Baggage. Both
1124.1 stmt ': : UkoIp, Krtr.
o;iiy ur siKcrAii mcp dread
.'13 SewVli I31evcth Street, Llucbla
Stinday afternoon, at tho Oliver tho
ator, Mr. Frank R. Roberson addressed
a large audience of young men upon
tho Last 'Days of "St. BlerVe." Hu
preppnted over one hundred stereop
ticon views prepared by him soon
f L. 4 ?
after tho catastrophe.. Mr. Roberson
baroly . escaped with 'his life during
.tho second eruption of-Mount Peleo,
while assistlng'in the rescue of the
unfortunate Islanders. Ho- brought
homo In a very effectlvo" manpor the
ract that such tragedlesarq poaslblp
anywhere arid at any tlmq. Jn con;
nectlon with . this, ho t npntipned "tbo
Johnstown flood and tho Qalycstpn
hurripane. In closing ho urged tho
younp; nidn tosp Hyp that no matter
when or how tho call from God would
come, thoy would beready. ,,
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The Junior football .team win, play
tha second team' of tlip, High School
tom.orroV oh -tho campus. A .flprco
gamo Is looked for.
' WANTED Every user or prospec
tive user of a typewriter to have a f reo
trial of tho VISIBLE Underwood.,
Bel Phono No,348.- 130 No, 11th St.
Best 15-cent meals. Phoenix Res
taurant - ' S N
Try the Unl. Dining Room. You wllCTQovMio-
Ulco it. ""--'. .vjaiii-o
Lincoln Local Express.' 1234 O Stl
Both phones." . " "
Talk with Ludwig about .. your
"THE UNI'S INDIfiPCMfttMLCJ.' "
Sam Westerf ield
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Remember tho Y, W. C."A. County
Fair, Noycmbor 2"5. "
Walkover shpea for coljego. men.
Rogers & Perkins Co., 1129 J0 St.
Dr. Woodward, diseases of tho oyp,
ear, npso and, throat. Richards bocki
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A young woman's shoe, SbroBl?,
Rogers & 'Perkins Co. 1129 O Strpo
Start tho "school, year right-by, got
tng ii nVcp Qrigraved or printed card.
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Tho Freshman football team "In
dulged in ft Bhort practice yesterday
forenoon, south of tho Library, A
laygo number of men repotted for
practice. . It ,1s expected that tho tearn
wfll soon bo in fighting trim.
Untie Gera Hot
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