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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
CUT PRICE SHOE STORE AND
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR FAC
TORY SAVES YOU TIME AND
1220 O STREET
Lincoln Dancing Acadamy
Social Nights, Wed. and Saturday, .8:30
Beginners Night, Monday
University Trade Solicited. 1126 N St.
THE BLAZEK STUDIO
A Special rate on photos
to students of,
1216 0 STREET
DO YOU KNOW
where to get the best Eye Glasses
for the least money? Have yonr
eyes examined it will coBt you
nothing, ahil may save your sight
DR. W. A. MYERS,
THE GRADUATE OPTICIAN
1343 O St.
ff IA SliftjR'Jl
I i M
H nwi "" n each
I CLUPECO SHRUN'K QUARTER 517.ES
I CLUETT, PEABODY &. CO.
J MAKCW8 OF ClUtTT AND MONARCH BHIRT
t "y flt i "fr's r t vy An r T
BUS1HESS DIRECTORY 1
Kvcry I.oyiil I'nlvrrtilt.v Student I
iirgrri to pntronlr- thrnc Ncbrw
knn advertiser, and to niriitloii
tli iaiir while tloltip mi. : :
VW U U i 1 . J J f
1 BAKERIES Dalrymple; Fell. v.
BANKS First Trust and Savings.
BARBER SHOPS (Srand Central:
Marshall; Mogul; Richards.
I '.ATI I HOUSE Chris'.
HOOK STORKS Co-op; Lincoln;
CIGARS Colo & McKenna; Mall's
CLOTHING Farquhar: Mngec &
Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltobieast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple: Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy '
KlSJif77SS,h,,o,,: . Y,,,,B,,I,,f-
DRY GOODS Ilerpolsheimer; Miller
FLORISTS Chapin; C. II. Frey.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Magee &
IVen.er; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRKSSKR Mrs. Davis; Mine,
HAIR SPECIALIST Rise.
.1 A PA N ES I G OO DS A ka gi,
JEWELERS B. Fleming;
Myers; Tucker; Hallett.
I Al'NDRIES Evans; Merchants.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller.
'PRINTERS George .Pros.; Simmons.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch;
Muds; Camerons; Church; Climax:
Dons; Dickinson.-,; Fiancis Pros.;
. Sams; Windsor.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & Mc
SHOES Beckman Pros; Cinclnnali
' Hereford &. Petty; Rogers & Per
1 kins; San.lerson.
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
! STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
J TAILORS Mackstrom; Drcsher; El
liott; lief Hey; Her.og; Ludwig;
Scotch Woolen Mills.
Til EATERS .Jewell ; Joy-o;
TROUSERS Maker Pants Co.
Try Bud's Cafe, .1435 O St.
Just a quiet evening meal.
C. II. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Dr. .1. II. fJrnli.im. D.Mitlst. i:i:t7 o St.
Subscribe for the Daily Nebraska!!.
Chapin Hros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
Heckmau Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Pure candies. A. Rood, 139 No. lith.
Green's shops are the best in the
Just ii iil't i vciiIiik
nrnl sit I jilr. in-
Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
' Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
! Burr Blk.
i Try Church's 20 cent meals, Twelfth
and P streets.
139 N. Fourteenth.
' ginger snaps. After a short but en
Students' barber since 18U7. Corner ' thusiastic singing Jollification around
Thirteenth and O. j(ne ,,,,0, tj,e fellows went home well
Why not have Ludwig make your
raincoat? 103G O St.
New lines in fall millinery
mous, Thirteenth and O streets
Eat at Climax restaurant. Meals 15
cents and up, Tom Draper, Prop.
J. M. Rice, hair and scalp specialist,
1216 O St., upstairs. Auto phone 3888.
Y. M. C. A. Reception
Aliout three hundred men were out
to the staa; reception last Saturday
night to see what- the social commit
tee had in store for them. .The en
kitainmcnt was advertised as a "Pad
die Social" and no one knew until he
i got theie with Ills paddle just what id
meant it was not until a IV w steps
w-( re taken into the gymnasium that
got there with his paddle Just what it
meant. It was not until a few stems
weie taken Into the gymnasium
that the real import of the Injunction
"Come early'." was fully appreciated.
All the men were met at the door
by Arthur .lorgensen the chairman
of the Mlble Study Committee. They
were greeted by a hearty handshake,
not suspecting the dire results that
were to follow
As the new arrival
turned to the crowd inside lie saw
two rows of men facing eachNo'"M-.
,, . ,,,,,, .' rS . .
Lach man had In his hand a toinld-
,,I looking slick, technically known
I sa a paddle and was grasping It firm-
)v ,,, ,.,-,-imi-nt Icn for flic next victim.
.,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,, ,. ..
. ,1,,' t',l" K,i',"1 WIlll '
l"1'' lim' ln" his '" nl' "1,'1 '-
I Uitlly accelerated until he was doing
,his best al the finish. The new foun
I ol amusement was adopted with not a
I little hesitation by the committee on
I account of the uncertainty of the way
it would be received by the freshmen
I and others who were there to enjoy
i the evening. According to Hie report
I of those present who took their share
01 I In- warming, ihe recoplion was a
After about forty-five minutes of
that kind of enjoyment, tin program
I was changed. Coach Cole made his
I lust appearance before the student
I body in any other except his fool
! ball togs. He asked for the sincere
I support of the student body and asked
j for as many men to come out on the
field for practice as wore able and who
fell that they could 'do something to
help out the team. Men were espe-
i dally asked for who were big and
husky and who had had some experi
ence with the game. Captain Wei
ler expressed much the same senti
ment, telling the fellows that the.
sipiiid wanted especially men to try
out for ends and backfleld players.
Secretary DerKlnderen spoke for a
fc w minutes on the general work of
the association what It stood for and
what flie outlook tor the coming year
, v as. He mentioned the fact that the
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mini' Miimv uiuriiii;iii iin uin- wi 1 111-
iniportanl things in the Y. M. C. A.
and that if one could Judge from the
Interest that has already been mani
fested, the enrollment would easily
reach the goal set for this year's woik,
500 men in classes.
Lighter amuseniCMits were the next
'thing on the program such as a 'three
round prize lighl between Knode and
'"Sbor.y" Elliott, with EJliot. and easy
I winner. Ayers and Dobbs tried to
jsee who coiild get the most juicy pie
i (.m ()f (Kn um, no)))H W() wlth
,, ,, 4 . . ,
'long lead. Rooster lights and sword
i(,ue,s weiu followed by refreshments
I consisting of punch, doughnuts and
pleased with the entertainment.
I Conch Whlttmore otthe South Da
The Fa- lota football team witnessed the Peru-
Nebraska contest Saturday,
President Crabtree of the Peru State
I Normal was on the campus Saturday
Football practice was held on the
lawn weBt of Library Ha)l yesterday.
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVE. 7t45 & ?it)0
PRICES TEN nd FIFTEEN CENTS
Wfok Beuinnina Monday, Sept. ft).
MADAM IRMA ORBASANY
THREE WESTON SISTERS
EntertHlnlng, eRflned Mimical Act
JANET ADLER AND COMPANY
THE TRILLERS ,
A Great Novelty Picture Evolved Out
DE MORA AND ORACETA
High CIabs Novelty Acrobats
MR. R. J. WHYMAN
Latest Illustrated Ballads
New Series of Moving Pictures
Miss A. E. Soukup. dressmaking.
Special attention given to studcats.
11:; O St. Auto 17:17.
THE : JEWEL
THE MOST EXPENSIVE AND
Q EAREST PICTURES IN THE
CITY. : M30 O STREET
FINEST OF MOVING PICTURES
AND ILLUSTRATED 80NGS
-1330 O STREET-
Wo jntuiufacturo all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo make the finest and most
delicious drinks in the city.
THY Oril' FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT"
OLYMPIA GANDr CO., 1131 OSt.
1320 N St., Lincoln, Neb.
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