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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
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TONIQHT..8AT. AND SAT. MATINEE
OVER NIAGARA FALLS
Mat. 25c and 10c; Eve. 50c, 35c and 25c
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 6
COLE AND JOHNSON
The Shoo-Fly Regiment
WED. MAT. A EVE., NOV. 7.
My Wife's Family
Mat., 3 p. m. Evening, 7:30 and 9
-. Admlslon, 10c and 15c.
MOHLER & TRAINER.
THE DELKS. -
MI8S ISABEL JANSSEN
3 Shows Daily: 3.00, 7.45 and 9:00
p. m. Prize Matlness Tuesday and
10c ADMISSION. 10c
Nights. Reserved Seats 5c Extra
" MR. HARRY" SPRINGOLD & Co.
Presenting "A Handsome Stranger."
"M'LLE B'RANCHARD Aj4D ORRINJ
Novelty Rbvolvlng Globe and Juggling
MR. WILL H. SMYTHE
Singing,' "When the Mocking Birds Are
Slnglng In the Wlldwood."
FOUR DANCING HARRIS'S
Featuring the Two Smallest Challenge
Sofe and Wooden 'Shoe Buck
and Wing' Dancers. '
MRS. BROWN'S-HARD LUCK AND
On the Blograph.
to have .you come aml's5o us on
all sorts o
especially on Boxing Gloves,
Punching Bags, etc.
Lincoln Cycle Co.
J 1317 O St. .
H E. Sidles' Old Stand
80NQ CONTEST CHANGED.
"Waltz Me Around Again, Willie," To
' Be Used Instead of "Cheyenne."
Owing to Its complication and thol
dlulculty that tlio bleachors oxnorl
oncod In following It, tho popular air,
"Cheyenne," la not to bo used In tho
song contest that Managor Eagor an
nounced for tho Kansas game. Tho
substitute is "Waltz Mo Around Again,
Willie," and it is hoped that it will
lend itself to clevor parody readily.
Managor Eager offers two reserved
seat tickets in tho best soctlon of tho
grandBtand for tho best words sub
mitted. Tho song must deal directly
with tho Kansas game and muBt in
cludo verso and dhorus. It nniBt be
handed in to Managor Eager by Wed
nesday, November .14, nnd the' prizo
winning words will be published In
either" Thursday's or Friday's Nebras
kan. More Bongs aro wanted for this com
petition than were submitted for tho
Amos game, and Manager Eager holds
tho right not to award tho prizo if tho
quality of tho verses submitted is not
Rhetoric 17 Debte.
Tho first debate in Rhetoric 17, tho
advanced course in debate, will tako
placo this afternoon at 2 o'clock In
University Hall 106. Tho question is
as follows: "Resolved, That muni
cipalities should own and operate their
gas and electric light systems." The
speakers for tho affirmative aro Gil
bert W Cheney, '07, and John O. Wont
worth, '08; for tho negative, Qeorgo
D. Lantz, Law '06, and Clyde C. Mc
Whinnoy, '08. Wentworth and Mc
Whinney were members of tho Uni
versity "Debating squad last year. Tho
debate is open to tUe public.
Yesterday morning tho freshmen
held a rather uneventful meeting. It
was called to order'by President Hes-
kett with Miss Myers acting as sec
rotary in tho absence of tho regular
secretary. Tho report of tho constitu
tion committee was taken up and af
ter a short discussion was adopted as
firsW read. Tho meeting then ad
journed. Junior Party.
Tho Junior Party Committee moot
this morning to talk over plans. Va
rious projects, all of which might bo
productive of a "royal good time" wore
advanced but nothing definite was
I done. Tho further consideration or
these plans will bo taken up at tho
next meeting of the committee on
Girls' Glee Club Tryout.
The tryouL-Which decides who shall
represent the girls of tho Gleo Club
wad hoUl last evening. Nearly forty
f nnW nnvt and all acquitted them-
selves in such a manner as'to Justify
the belief that this organiaztlon will
bo stronger this year than over
Previous Notice. ,
All persons wishing to uso thp
athletic field should arrange with Dr.
Bolton several days In .advance in
order to avoid conflicts. V. careful
observance of this requMwc will save
much 4,voxation of spirit."
There Is a, considerable demand at
Michigan for a six-year engineering
courso, and the .faculty Is considering
tho advisability of a change.. If the
courso Is lengthening tho addition will
Include more iaw, history, modem lan
guage, and English, and will bo made
next year. . )
If You Need an O'Coat
It Is Time to Act i
9 ' $
M If you expect to buy mi O'Cout thi season, do it now. X
8 More styles to select from, sizes plentiful and a chance to cliooso -O
J from the very best fabrics that aro sure to be' gone later. Wo g
Q are showing styles that will appeal to you as the most practical S
Pi for several seasons. Just now we offer excellent values in line
g Black Kersey Coats at $18.00, $20.00 and $22.50'.
Coats of every grade from $15.00 to $40.00. t .
- lV1 . 4"w4"t Afv
8 lVJ.Cl.gCC oc
$ Kensington Goats: They Fit.
Meet me at
Sco Our English
Cornhuskor staff, 11 a. m., U. 110.
Debato: Unl. Republican Club vs.
Uni. Jefforsonian Club, 8 p. m.
Chaplain: Prof. P. B. Stuff.
FreBhman tryout for football team.
Athletic Field, afternoon.
Graduate Club. U. 106, 8 p. m.
Medical Society. Dr. Orr on "Tho
Physician of 1925."
Sonlor Breakfast, 8 a. m., Capitol
Forestry Club, 8 p. m., M. 110.
Nebraska vs. Minnesota at Minne
Prof. B. H. Barbour, "Tho Architec-
kyft nnrl Rrmlnhirn nt t.lin LiOUisl-
ana Purchase Exposition." (Illus
Senior Girls meet, 11 a. m., U. 10b.
Prof. J. T. Lees, "The Football Con
ference." Chaplain: Trofessor Candy.
University Vesper Services.
Nebraska vff. Creighton at Omaha.
Prof. II. W. Caldwoll, "Pan-Amer-lcanlsm."
Rev. Dr. Bayley of Denver' Colo.
Chaplain:-Prof. F. M. Fling.
County Fair, Armory.
Nebraska vs.. Kansas, .on Campus.,
Prof. G. E. Bartior, "Roman Portrait
Mrs. T. M. Hodgman will bo at home
to all tho -young ladtos attending tho
Academy next Saturday afternoon.
Mrs Grovo E. Barber will talk on her
Get a nice pennant at tho Coop
whilo tho stock is largo and varied.
. . .UNDERWOOD .
136 Nfrth Elmnth
til 348. Aut388l
1100 O St. gv
is one of our strong lines. Wo
havo any piece you doslro.
Thon, In talking about Talk
ing Machines, wo sell the
It's victor of all, too, anq" wo'll
sell it for down and $1 i-oiv
. . STORE
Ross P. Curtice Co.
1125 0 STREET .
ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE
The Ensign Omnibus and
Transfer Gpmpany -
JAS. 1. DAVIS
I Ye Old
O T A' d 1 T "XT'! CI . S
I JEWELER and OPTICIAN 1
g 1210 O STREET H
8 Fine repairing a special- g
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