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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1906)
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HENRIETTE AND FERDINAND
Sensational European 'Novelty Artists
MR. BOBBY RANKIN
The Musical Comedian
WOODFORD AND MARLBORO
Presenting "A Timely Lesson"
PROrVO. H. MITCHEL
World's Greatest Ventriloquist
MR. WILL H. 8MYTHE
8lnging "8ml le on Me"
VOYAGE AROUND A 8TAR
On the Blograph
Thero is no time like Harris' time.
If your watch isn't up to date you bet
ter see Harris, the watch doctor, 1137
China painting classes on Saturdays
and Thursdays. Careful firing. Kath
leen HocEslrasser, 645 South Four
teenth street. Phono; A 2098.
Coach Foster left yesterday for Chi
cago, 'where he Intends to see tho
game between Minnesota and Chicago
LOST A fraternity monogram stick
pin, set with pearls. Finder please re
turn to Nobraskan office and recelvo
McVey Printing Co., 125 No. 12th st,
has turned out some neat work for
Phi Delta Phi held an. initiation on
Thursday evening at which eighteen
men were taken into tho fraternity.
Why not take your baths at Chris'
Bath House, corner 11th and P Sts.?
You will be satisfied with Cameron's
Lunch Counter. '.
Cornhuskers, get busy, tfownsend.
(Continued from Pngo 1.)
mako things llvolyvfor tno Cornhusk
In tho ovonlng the tetim will vlBlt,
tho Boyd thoator and bco Maxlno El,
llott and doubtless as many Nobras
kans as can secure Boats will bo thero
Immediately after tho show is over
tho team will loavo for Lincoln. It Is
scheduled to leave at 11:15 p. m., but
Manager Eagor Bays that ho can hold
It If ho so desires and thoro will bo
no cutting of the last act
No doubt everybody will bo tlrod
bofore tho train pulls into Lincoln
again, but everybody will got his
money's worth out of this Omaha excursion.
Tho "big" gameB to bo played today
Nebraska vs. Crolghton, at Omaha.
Chipago vs. Minnesota, at Chicago.
"Wisconsin vs. Illinois, at Urbana.
Harvard vs. Carlisle Indians, at
Yale vs. Brown, at Now Haven.
Princeton vs. Army, at West Point.
Dartmouth vs. Amherst, at Hanover.
Accredited High 8chools.
In the report of tho Inspector of
Accredited Schools somo Interesting
BtatlsticB were presented.
In 1904 thoro wore in tho Univer
sity 1,600 students from tho 120 ac
credited high schools and only 272
from the non-accredited schools. Over
12 percent of tho latter class woro de
linquent and only 6 per cent of tho
Tho reports for this year's Fresh
man class, 562 strong, the largest in
tho history of tho University, is oven
more satisfactory Over 90 per cent
aro from accredited schools or acade
mies, normals or other, training
schools which are on a par with tho
accredited high school. This Is a high
testimonial to the value of accredited
8tudents' Debating Club.
Tho Students' Debating Club will
meet this evening as usual. The fol
lowing program will be presented:
Debate: Resolved, That in order
to regulate more effectually tho accu
mulation of wealth, we should adopt
tho lncomo tax system.
Affirmative B. W. Drlftmler, S. G.
Negative G. A. Fltzsimmons, S. N.
A general discussion of the question
will follow the debate.
The matter of changing tho time
allotted to speakers In the club debates
will be considered.
Virginia Gets Endowment.
The University of Virginia has just
completed the task of raising a mil
lion dollars for permanent endow
ment. Andrew Carnegie somo time
ago pledged half the amount provided
the college would raise the other
$500,000. Of tho balance, John D.
Rockefeller contributed $100,000,. T.
Jefferson- Coolldge $50,000, and the
rest scattering. Exchange.
The Comenius Club will meet this
evening at 8 o'clock. Tho following
program will bo given:
Bohemian History Mr. Kreyclk
Bohemian Language Mr. Plpal
Bohemian Literature Mr. Kotouc
Chancellor Andrews and Dean Bur
nett left last evtning for Baton
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