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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1907)
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TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
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Nebraska) as second-class mo41 matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
Todny Is tho day tho team leaves
for Minnesota. Remember this and
mnko arrangements to bo at the Bur
lington depot at 6 o'clock this ovening.
This Is a fine opportunity for a big
demonstration, tho only, kind of a
demonstration that is worthy of our
team and Nobraska studonts. It is
up to us to give them such a recep
tion that tho memory of It will at
least last until next Saturday. Tho
student body haa no othor way to help
beat Minnesota than by joining the
rooting squad at tho depot; so come
out and do your share.
Initial Y. M. C. A. "Feed" to
To all tho oldor men at the Universi
ty; the announcement that tho first of
,tho Y. M. C. A. suppers for men this
year will bo given at St. Paul's church
next Saturday night, is a particularly
welcome one Every man who has In
tho past attended thoso functions
striking thero the enthusiasm and
fellowship always present, remembers
them as especial occasions some
thing out of the ordinary. Thoy have
como to take thoir place as a Univer
It is with great pleasure that the
committee announces that the first of
these Buppors for tho year is to bo a
"chicken pot-pie supper," and more
over, this 1b Increased by tho fact that
tho chairman of tho Y. M. C. A. advis
ory board, Dr. B. L. Paine, far and fa
vorably famed as a culinary artist, is
to preside over tho kitchen. Any man
with even a slight knowledge of tho
University world is well aware of the
meaning of this.
Tho great event comes next Satur
day evening at 6 In St. Paul's church.
Only mon will bo present. There will
bo a variety of entertalnmont besides
tho more "eatings." There will bo
something moving every minute.
Tickets should bo obtained at once
from tho general secretary or from
any member or tno cabinet. The
tickets cost twenty cents. All old and
'all now mon are Invited. Fall Into line.
NO GRAFT HERE.
Moro or loss criticism has been
heard relative to tho sale of football
programs which boar tho Inscription
to tho effect that such programs aro
free. Tho faact of tho matter Is that
thoso who had tho matter In charge
found that tho advertising would not
pay and were authorized to mako tho
small charge objected to. This charge
is not to bo made In the future inas
much as tho list of advertisers has
been Increased sufficiently to pay for
getting tho programs out It Is for
A FEW FACTS.
Interesting Statistics 'Compiled by the
Registrar Harrison has just finished
the compilation of some interesting1
statistics regarding tho University of
Nebraska. His figures show that tho
University today has 236"' instructors
in tho faculty ajid 3,130 studonts reg
istered In the various departments of
tho Institution.' Since tho University
of Nebraska "was founded, 3,387 stu
dents have beengraduatod- from-it.
s New Brown Hats
I paid $15.00 express charges last week for
New Brown Hats all nobby styles all $2.50
LOOK ME UP
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
the purpose of clearing tho distribu
tor of tho charge of graft that men
tion of tho affair Is made at this late
date. -Unquestionably the Indignation
of tho students who purchased these
programs was justifiable, in view of
their misunderstanding of tho circum
stances and Is commendable as dem
onstrating their attitude toward graft
of any kind.
At Syracuse, tho two junior socie
ties, the "Monx" Head' and the
"Corpse and Coffin," have had such a
. controversy over which one shall
have charge of tho Junior Prom, that
Chancellor Day, In conforence with
representatives of tho two societies,
will leave the conduct of tho class
dance to a faculty committee. Both
societies will choose representatives
fpr the committee.
Try Francis BrosV restaurant," 1020 P
There aro living today 9,425 .people
who have attended Nebraska at one
time or another.'
The New V Neck Sweaters
Apparel for Students
Men's V Neck Sweaters in navv. oxford and cardinal, edged
with contrasting colors, at , '. .$1.00 to $2.50
Men's regular stylo sweaters in white, navy, black and, brown, 4
green and oxford, at ..,.. $2,50'
Wo carry tho best known popular priced Shirts: Ferguson and
McKlnnoy and Princely. Tho Princely Shirts for men, at.... 50c
Tho Ferguson McKlnnoy Shirts, at 75c and $1 00
Wo sell the Monarch Shirts at $1.00 and $.1.25
Men's Fall and Winter Suits, the Globe, at .-....'.'........
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
Men's Fine Camel Hair Shirts and Drawers, at per garment,
v '. $1.25 to $2.25
Men's Natural Grey Wool Shirts and Drawers, at per garment
$1,00 to $1 .50
Mnn'o Tlniihlf 'Rrnnnnrl Mntnroirirav SVilrfn nAVh JM . 00
.. w. ..v ..v.u.v..w ,...., .wcw ..Y... 0
Men's Fine Rod Wool Sanitary Shlrta and Drawers, each...,. ...$1.00
Men's Neckwear, both plain and fancy, at 25c and 50c
Men's Embroidered Hose, at 25c to 50c
Men's Collars, "Arrow" Brand, 15c, two for. . . .' 25c
Men's Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs, at 5c to 15c; puro .Linen
Handkerchiefs, at 15c to 50c
Men's Eagle Suspenders and Union Made, at 25c and 50c
Men's Navy Blue Flannel Shirts, Cherry Valley Make, each
. . .. ,$1 .50 to $1 .00
Men's Cotton Fleece Ribbod Shirts and Drawers, per garment... 50c
Extra good quality Men's Night Robes, Outing Flannel, each
. 50c to $1 .00
Radium 1-2 Hose, black or brown, at 15c, 18c and 20c
Men's Heavy Cashmere 1-2 Hose, also light weight, black or nat
ural wool, per pair 25c
Men's Fine Imported Worsted Hose, at 50c
1 ' Thursday, October 17.
11:00 'a.m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Dr. Berijr'F. Sham
baugh of the Iowa State Histori
cal society. "
11:30 a. m. -Memorial 'Hall.
Junior ClaBS, meeting.
7: 15 p. m: Armory. ; '
Pershing Rlflo drill. Tryout for new
8:00 p. m. 2850 P St.
Hawkoye Club r.eception to all
Hawkeyo Btudenta at homo of
Prof, and Mrs. Chatburn.
8:00 p. m. Nebraska Hall 210.
Pathological Club meets. Report on
Saturday, October 19.
6:00 p. m. St. Paul's Church.
Y. M. C. A. Chicken pot pie sup
per. All University men Invited.
8unday, October 20.
4:00 p. m. U. 106.
Y. W. C. A. Vesper Service. Mrs.
Hlnmon and Miss Joeggl.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Tho University of Wisconsin now
has "a medical department jby the au
thorization of the last legislature of
that sjate. Only tho first two' years,
of the course will be given, the plan
being to allow the student to enter,
as juniors at other schools of. modl
fro after the two years spent at the
The senior council at Princeton has
pructlcally put a stop to tho 'soiling
of caps, chapel tickets, -etc.; 'to iha
freshmen by requiring that the sopho
mores first secure signed permits
stating the price at which the various
articles are to be sold.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
New line of fall hats. Special atten
tion to students. NicholB, 116 No. 13th.
For fine watch repairing or Jewelry
go to E. Fleming, Jeweler, -1211 O St
Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo mako tho finest arid most
delicious drinks in tho city.
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
CHEW "NUT LOVET"
EAT "SAUER KRAUT'
OLYMFIA CANDY CO.. 1131 0 St.
Try Church's 20 cent meals, Twelfth
Board, $3.00 per week; 127 No. 14th
Eat at The Windsor Cafe
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Best and Cheapest Cafe in -the city, quality and ser-
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