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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
football Songs Submitted id the Contest
Air: "Molly O." i
King oy dear and did you hear tiro dope that Is going round
Thoy say they have but llttlofear that they will hold us down
Their heads wero swelled completely nnd thoy camo here for n scrap
But thoy will learn a lesson while Nebraska's on the map.
Rah-do, my Col-o-rah-do, m' heart It aches for thee
Rooters Just watch the score board, nnd then tho truth you will plainly '
Football It Is our strong lino guess what the score will bo
Twenty-four and mnybo more now don't those figures mnko you soro,
Poor Gol-o-rah-do, oh.
Special Servfco to
Boll Phono . 355
Auto . . 3355
Frl ,' 8at. and Mat., Oct. '26-26.
THE GREAT SOCIETY DRAMA
When We Were Friends
Night, 50c, 35c. and 25c. Mat. 25c, 10o.
A Specialty Ifl Oysters in Season
' 117-19-21 North 13lh St.
1337 O STREET
Got your shoes 'shlned by
Amorlcan boys at
COLE & NIcKENNA'S
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
TWELFTH AND 0 STS.
I Xi. HAL.L, President.
1?. E. JOHNSON, Vice Prm.
JIKESIAN C. FOX, Cnshlcr.
XV. XV. HACKNEY Jr., Ami. Car.
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY
Quick and' Easy Barber Shop
C. W. EMMERT, Prop.
' . 205' SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET
Qlvo me a call
TRUST fc SAVINGS-BANK
Owned by tho Stockholdcrx!
of Tho FIrot National BunkJ
ENTBBEST PAID AT 3H PER CENT
First National Bank Rooms, Tenth and 0
Petry Bakery Co.
Baking Orders Filled Promptly
FINE RICE BPEAD OUR SPECIALTY
PHONE US AND YOUR ORDER WILt,
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
1320 N St., Lincoln, Neb.
Up J, HEfiZOG
THE UIUVEBSITY MAKS' TAILOB
Tb finest work done and priced right.
011 st our new.store.
1230 O St. -, ' Lincoln
Air: "Arrah Wannah."
From tho snow-capped Rocky Mountains
There comes an arrogant cheer
Colorado with her bnll team
Challenges us here.
But wo know they are mistaken for they'll find it all In vain
When Old King Cole with his warriors bold
Comes a charging down the pluln.
Col-O-rnh-do, Col-o-rah-do, we'll take care of you,
Wo will skin you too
Smash you, punch you, slam you, ram you, Jam you, bang you, lick you
Before we're thru with you
For It's a task
To beat Nebraska. ,
Old Nebraska U.
Air: "I Don't Like Your Family."
We don't like your style of play (Repeat.)
Wo can beat you any day. (Repeat.)
All your fakes are chestnuts and your line Ib full of holes
Never saw such play before. (Repeat.)
Oh, you think you're Just tho stuff. (Repeat.)
Never mind a messnge home, Its twenty-three for you.
You'll get a goose oyg.
Just hear the rooters roar,
Just watch us pile the Bcoro.
Oh, aren't you feeling Bore.
You thought you know tho'game.
But now you will find your nnnve
Is "Denver Mud."
Air: "Iola .
Hear tho merry rootei'B roar
As they count Nebraska's growing football score
And repeat the flguros that are making Colorado sore.
Hear the joyous bleachers yoll,
Hear the clanging of our old Nebraska bell.
List' to us while now your sorry fate we tell.
Oh, Colorado! Oh, Colorado dear,
Your chance Is very drear,
For you will drop a tear.
Oh, Colorado, of course you must feel sad
For Cole's Cornhuskcr crew will beat you bad.
Air: Mornln' Cy."
It was Nebraska, Nebraska.
Everyrootor In the crowd would say,
"Hit that lino
JImmney Crlcketa, but they're doing fine.
Everybody gives tho Hoo Rah Rah,
Help thoso boys make a noise',
For no one else Is In It but Nebraska boys.
"In the Land of the Buffalo." Words by Merlin Barker.
Colorado's foot-ball team has como out of tfio West,
Hoping to win this game;
But to take It from them we expect to do our best;
Keep things from being tame.
For with men like Captain 'Wcller, '
Who Is such a speedy feller,
Cream and Scarlet men will make things spin.
And when they run into Boltzer,
They will need some Bromo-Seltzer,
If they hope Nebraska's game to win.
Oh, watch us go,
.We're not slow, '
" You must know. , -
You have come to your first Waterloo; ,.,
We will take the game from you; , ' ":', '
For to heat tho Cream and Scarlet,, - y
Is a thing you'll never do. , , ''
Thoy make men on "Nebraska's broad1 plains, '
And you'll work for all your gains; .. .'
U. of N. - ;
Sturdy mon ' ' ''
.', 'Fighting them
Bravely when i
Thoy are backed by their .college so true.
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What Will We Do?
What will wo do?
What will we do?
We'll rub It into .Boulder, too.'
That'B what' we'll do. (Repeat)
(J. C. Ketrldgc.)
(A. F. Gale.)
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Mon., Tues., Night., Oct. 28-29.
The Beautiful Pastoral Drama,
The Volunteer Organist
MATINEE 8 P. M EVE. 7i46 & 9i00
PRICES TEN and FIFTEEN CENTS
FINK'S LONQ-EARED CIRCUS
ILLU8TRATED 80NG "STAR
LIGHT." MR. HUD80N
DAVE AND PERCIE MARTIN
BAKER AND GOMBY COMEDY
GLADY8 CARLETON. -The
Singing and Dancing Girl.
G. C. NUGENT CHARACTER
Mat. at 3 p. m. EvenlnQ'7:45 and 9.
NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLICY
POPULAR PRICE8. )
Balcony 10 cents, entire lower floor
15 cents, boxes 25 cents. Nothing
Three performances dally.
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world has ovor producod
THE PASSION PLAY
Mr. Chajrles Bagley
"THE HOLY CITY"
Music by Casino Orcliostra
Matlneis, 2, 3 and 4 p. m. '
Evanlngs, 7, 8, 9 and 10 p.m.
ADMISSION - 5 GENTS
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