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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1906)
THE DAILY INEBRSICN.
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DDirCC Matinee, 25c.
r tULCij. Eve., 75, 50, 35 & 25c.
FRI. MAT. & EVE., OCT. 12.
nnirCCi Matinee, 25c.
rKHEo. Eve., 75, 50, 3
35 & 25c.
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 13
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Matinee, 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
Admission, 10 and 15c.
The Dramatic Soprano
THE TWO AND A HALF CASADS
Slack Wire Performer
All the Metropolitan Feature Acts
" Headed By
N America's Foremost Musical Four
THE FAMOUS TOURISTJTRIO
The GreatesV High-Class Harmonizing
"Singing, and Comedy Trio
Before the Public
In an Eccentric Comedy Sketch
McCUNE and GRANT
Eccentric Comedy Acrobats
MR. WILL H. SMYTHE.
Will Sing the Beautiful Illustrated
"I Can Not Tell Why I Love Vou, DearJ'
IN, THE CLUTCHES OF THE WHITE
"On the Blograph -
Three Shows Dally. 3, 7:45 & 9 p. m..
, ADMISSION 10c
Reserved Seats 5c Extra
- Matinee, All Seats 10c
These cool October days are
best enjoyed afield. Take with'
you one of our guns, of which
.we have a large variety. A
Racycle will enable you to enjoy
delightful morning and evening
rides In the country. We, have
just received a large shipment
of .Racycles and Miami bicycles.
Football goods, Athletic goods,
Edison Phonographs! and Octo-
ber Records. '
Lawlor (ycle (o.
1324 O 8TREET.
Every Loyal University Student
In urged to patronize theae Ne
bro'tflcan' fit! vert lacra, antl to men- ,
tlon the paper while doing ao.
BARBER SHOPS Green's Palace.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coln Book Store, Unl. Boolc'Store,
, Harry Porter.
BAKERY Potry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, Flvst Na
tional. CAPE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
eron, University School of MubIc
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
geo & Deemer, Ludwlg, Tho Ster
ling. COAL Gregory, Whltobreast.
CONFECTIONERS Maxwoll, The Fol
som. DENTIST M. H. Alexander.
DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
shelmer. DRUGGISTS Brown, Rector.
EXPRESS Lincoln Local.
FURNITURE Tho Bonway Co.
HABERDASHERY $2.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER E. Goodman Tanner.
JEWELER Tucker, Hallott, J. 1.
Davis, F. B. Harris.
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Contury, Georgo
Bros., McVey, State Printing Co.,
Tho Ivy Press.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoo Co!
SPORTING GOODS Lawlor Cyclo
Co., Lincoln Cyclo Co.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwlg, Horzog.
THEATERS Olver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Type
WAFFLES Mrs. Day. Sam's Cafe.
Tuesday x - .
Black Masque meets In U. 109 at 11
a. m. ,
Zoological Club meets In M-301 at
8 p. m. ' "" - '
Latin Club meets at Univ Woman's
Building at 8 p. ni. "" ,
Professor Fossler on Henrllc Ibsen
Football Mass Meeting, Memorial
. ' nail, 11 a. m.
Dramatic Club meots In U: 10C at 11
Music at Convocation.
Pershing . Rlflo-JHop at Fraternity
Nebraska v. Drake on Campus.
Hon. W. H, Thompson: at Convoca-
- tlon. ' '
- Prof. G. E. Howard atConvocatIon.
"Democracy arid Genius.' -
Friday, ISth. . m
Music at Convocation.' '
Saturday, 20th." ' . ;
Nebraska vs. Ames on Campus.
Saturday, 27th. -
Nebraska vs. Doano 6n Campus.
DR. M. H. ALEXANDER,
Dentist. Auto Phono 2516, 1213 O St.,
All ltlrids of baths and fine plunge.
14th and M. ."
Best soft water shampoo in the city,
124 No. 12th St E. Goodman Tanner.
Don't go south to keep warm; go
to Unland's. Try our $1.60- gloves
When' you want 'a good pair.
You are never too old to learn tho
difference between ordinary glass and
Tlffaney ravarll glass,
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Black Masque holds a meeting today
In U 109 at 11:00 a. m, s
WHAT 0THER8 DO
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orated. They wasted Utile tlmo in
travorBlng tho distance between Stato
street and their respective Glomes.
Tho spnh, proclamations are .lurid af-
fairs, teeming with alliteration and
making awful threats against tho
"tens." " They are pronounced tho
best posters put out In recent years.
Stato street shopkeepers were out
early Monday morning washing posters
and paste from their windows and
sidewalks. Many of tho poBtorB, how
over, were pasted in inaccessible
places, and these remained untouched..
Tho following is tho Inflammatory
poster that means a challenge for tho
big rush Friday night:
Ye Freshmen, Attention I
Foolish Freaks of Frightened Fresh
men, Forget your Former Fathers
and tho Farm, and Fall Foro tho
Floating Flag of Free Fellowship.
Run,- ye Rotten Rabble of Rumpled
Rummies, before tho Royal Rulo of
tho Ripping, Rollicking, Remarkable
Class of 1909.
On and Out of the Orbs of Our Oscil
lating Optical Organs, ye Ossified
Skidoo, ye Sappy Suckling Simple
tons, and Salaam to tho Surpassing
Supremacy of tho Swarthy Sopho
mores. Hike and Hunt, ye Hopeless, Hungry.
Hooslers, and Humble yourselves to
the following rules of tho Husky
Host of Honored 1909.
Then follow the rules by which tho
Freshmen.are commanded to wear tho
Freshman cap, enjoined against smok
ing on the campus and against going
out after day before Friday, against
going litto -Joe Parker's, against wear
ing red neckties or celuloid collars,
etc. - ,
The appointed hour for Friday nlgh't
is 7; 23. Michigan Daily.
The matter of the freshmen and
sophomores falling to wear their caps
Is taking a rather significant form.
Collego custom is supposeuto bo re
spected by all, and when tho upper
classes have adopted any reasonable
rules they are to bo observed and
It was especially observable at tho
football game that a large number of
freshment wore not wearing their class
cap. The rule is that freshmon shall
wear tho regulation green cap at-allJ
times except Sundays. This disobe
dience on the part of tho entering
clasB Is a spirit of disloyalty which
has not been manifest nore before. Not
only is tho failure to wear a greon
cap to bo considered, but also what,
will this lndifforenco to the rules ofJ
the upperclasses flnallylead. to if this
disregard on tho part ot the entering
class Is going to bo permitted to con
tinue. . "
, Sophomores, you might do well to
remember that anything other than a
green cap is out of placo on a fresbT
man's head while on tho campus or at
any college ga"me or function. Syra
cuse Orango. ,
Candidates for the cross country
Bquad are beginning to appear and it is
hoped that sufficient interest may de
velop to secure a strong team to send
to Chicago on Thanksgiving.
Professors E. A. Burnett and H. R.
Smith of the Department of Animal
Husbandry left last night for Kansas
City to attend a stock show.
Delta Upsllon held an .informal
dance at tho chapter house on Satur
day evening. An' exceptionally pleas
ant eyenlng is reported by those who
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