The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 17, 1907, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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JUST RECEIVED THOSE
CELEBRATED .
Plow's
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Chocolates
Our LuncKaonattas and
Hot Chocolate) . Soda ara
specially fina.
Hirschinc-Morsi Co.
131 StHthUth Stmt -
THE. UNIVERSITY MAKS' TAILOH
Tha finest work done and prices right.
Call at oar new store.
1230 O St.
Lincoln
THE FIRST
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TRUST ft SAVINGS BANK
Owned by the Stockholders'
of The First National BankJ
INTKBK8T PAID AT 8K PER CENT
Pint Ntllenal Bank Rooms, Tenth nr.rf 0
Peg Top Corduroy Panls
ELMS BAKER PANTS: CO.,
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USo. ELEVENTH St
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THE BLAZEK STUDIO
lA Special rate on photos
,to students of,
per dozen
$1.00
OPEfTSUNDAYS
1216 0 STREET
Petry. Bakery Co.
Baking Orders Filled Promptly
FINE RICE BPEAD OUR SPECIALTY
PHONE US AND YOUR ORDER WILL
BEOBIVB PBOMPT ATTENTION
G. K: AKA'GI & BROS.
EXCLUSIVE ' '
JAPANESE STORE
BYrybody Is cordially-in
vited to call and inspect
our store .'. .. .'.
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204 Seuth Twelfth St.
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CINCINNATI
CUI ftlCE S WE STWE AND
ELECTAIC $N0E IEPAHI.FAC-,
TONY, SAVES YOU TIME AND
MONEY
1220 0 STREET
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p. .'dressmaking.
Special 'attentfon given to students.
1186 O St, Auto 173V ,
Patronize CapitalLHotel Barber shop.
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fratbrKity hall
OCT. TWENTY-5
Adm. $1.25. Limited to 90
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Every Loral Unlveralty Student la
urged to patronlio theae Nebraa
kan adycrtlaera, and to mention
the paper while doing ao. t t t
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BAKERIES -Dalrymple; Petry.
BANKS First Trust and Savings.
BARBER SHOPS Grand Central;
Marshall; Mogul; Richards.
BATH HOUSE Chris'.
BOOK STORES Co-op; Lincoln;
University.
CAFFA-Snvoy, Windsor.
CI0AR Colo ,& McKenna; Matt's
Place.
CLEANERS Wood.
CLOTHING Farquhar; Mageo &
Deernor;' Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; Whltebreast.
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co.; Rood.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut
DRESSMAKING Soukup.
DRUGGISTS RIggB.
DRY GOODS Horpolshoimer; Miller
ft Paine.
FLORISTS Chapin; C. H. Frey.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Mageo &
Deemer; Mayor Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mme.
Ross, Mrs. -J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rice.
JAPANESE GOODS Akagf.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers; Tucker; Haljptt.
IA.UNDRIES EvanB; Merchants;
Yule.
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols. ,
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean.
PHOTOGRAPHS Blazok, Haydou,
Townsend, Clements.
PIANOS Schmoller & Mueller.
PRINTERS Georgo Bros.; Simmons.
HEAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch ;
Buds; Camerons; Church; Climax;
Dons; Dickinsons; Francis Bros.;
Sams; Windsor.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & Mc
Kenna. SHOES Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per
kins; Sanderson.
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY Porter; Rood.
SUITORIUMS Weber., '
TAILORS Backstrom; DreBher; El
liott; Heffley; Herzog; ' Ludwig;
Scotch Woolen Mills. "
THEATEHS Jewell; Joy-o; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Undorood
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TROUSERS Baker PantB Co.
(Continued"3 frorn" -pago l!) '
days, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Before it was revised rule U.I read
as ollows:
No new student shall remain In any
Chapter House later than 6 p. m. on
Mondays, Tuesdays,, Wednesdays and
Thursdays;, ,
Delicious
Hot ."
Chocolate
T and Coffavs
mOTQPStoeete
Rifles Hop
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tickets. Abbott's Orchestra
TWENTY MEN TO GO.
(Continued from pago 1.)
UP for the Nebraska gamo, tho Chi
cago contest probably being tho big
gamo In tho eye of tho Gopher coach.
To win from Nebraska will require a
hard pull, but with UiIb week of prac
tise tho rooters bellovo tho Minneso
tans will have a sufllclont .strongth to
turn tho trick. Victory eithor way
will not bo thru a high score.
"Save in tho case of Woodrick, Min
nesota camo thru tho Ames game
without serious Injury. Tho dislocated
Bhouldor or tho unfortunate 'Peggy'
will doubtless keep him out of the
running for tho rest of the season.
Case Is to take his examination some
tlmo this week, and if ho succeods
in clearing himself of his condition,
will appear against Nebraska Satur
day. This will put YoUng and Case
at tho tackle positions. Dunn, too,
will get in against Nebraska, and this
Is putting tho rooters on tho conjec
ture bench as to tho possible shift In
tho team. Rademachor may be sent
to the end and Dunn put In at full
back. Nothing is known as to what
the coach intends to do In this mat
ter, and If there Is such a shift it will
not bo known until tho team comes
on the field Saturday."
Delinquent Students.
Tho committee on delinquent stu
dents wishes to call attention to Rulo
22 of the Student's Handbook. RuF22
A student who, In any soraestor, 1b
not satisfactorily carrying at leaBt
twelve (12 hours is debarred from
representing tho University that sem
ester on any athletic or debate team
or board, on a glee, mandolin, or dra
matic club, on tho staff of any college
publication or on any other University
organization; moreover a student who
falls to para in twelve (12) hours at
the end of a semester is debarred
from representing tho University in
any capacity the semester following.
In case a student in any of tho above
named enterprises falls, any semester,
to carry satisfoctorlly tho work or any
part thereof for which ho is registered,
tho committee on delinquent students
may, at its discretion lessen tho hours
(of such Btudent's registration.
uopios or tno "Rules and Rogula-,
tlon's Governing Students" may bq had
at tho Registrar's office.
Another Freshman Candidate.
Nyo Morehouso of Fremont is an
nounced as the fourth candidate for
the .presidency of the Freshman class.
Although "entering tho race a little
late, his supporters aro confident of
his winning out.
'Notice.
t All football men who have not been
physically examined should report at
u. zui ror samo at once, eithor Mr.
Bohler or to R. G. CLAPP.
Tho best place to eat In town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Cheapest place for students, 127 No.
Fourteenth street
T)r P,hnB TminpWiit HonHirf 9ftl
Burr Blk. ,
Sandwiches of
all kinds. Noon,
hour lunchss a
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LYRIC THEATBE
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PRICB3 TEN !" 1WTBKN CENTS
LAMBONT AND MILLIHAN
LYR08COPE.
BAKER AND ROBINSON..
ROY JONES.
LUT2 BROTHER8.
PHIL AND WETTIE PETERS.
LA TOSKA.
LYR08COPE.
BIJOU
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE,,
'Mat. at 3 p. m. Evening 7:45 and 9.
NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLICY
POPULAR PRfCES?
Balcony 10 cents, entire lower flobrr
16 cents, boxes 25 cents. Nothing
Three performances dally. ' ,
Oliver Theatre I!
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TONIGHT, FRI., 8AT. & SAT. MAT.
HERBERT DE GUERRE '
And a 8elect Cast In the Hoyt Theater
, Success, - 5.1 fof
"A Bachelor's Honey moon"
Mat. 25 A 10c. Night 50, 35 & 25c'
MONDAY NIGHT(iOCTi21
ARIZONA
i. PRICE8-t$1.00, 76&0 4LT26c..
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THE JEWEL
THB MO$T 1XPBNSIVK AND,
a-EAREST PICTURES IN THE
OTY? , t 1430 O STREET
JOY-0 THEATRE
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I FINEST OF MOVIM PICTURES
AND ILLUSTRATID SONQt ..
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BACKSTROI COHPMY
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11320 N St.. Llnaoln.'Nab.
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HAVE YOU HAD rx
' DR. MYERS
Examine your eyes yet? The
beat Is, f none too flood.-, .(Yeu,
have but xne pair of eyes. The
best-glassca properly fitted are
'f none to good for 'you.. Tha,t'a
the kind you get of us the only
f klndwe ell; the only kind you
want.
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