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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1907)
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Entered at tho postodlce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Bocond-claos mall matter
undor the Act of Conrrcss of March 8.
. . There has boon a movomont started
to encourago tho co-eds In attending
.tho football gamcB. Not that many of
th0m.ha.v9 not mado it a point to go
to tho games in tho past, but special
emphasis is given tho subject at this
.tlrno bocauso It ia gonomlly felt that
not enough of thorn aro present. It
has boon suggested that a mistaken
notion of tho rulo of conventionality is
responBiblo for this Btate of affairs;
That is, that the co-eds fool a little
.dollcate, not to say backward about at'
tonding fotobnll gamos without a mas
cuiino escort. Unquestionably if the
Unlvorslty girls aro imbuod with that
mistaken-notion hey should speedily
bo roliovod of it and sot to rights
Whilo ,tho Doily Nobraskan doeB hot
r claim to havo a "corner" on all infor
r mationL relating to tl4 afeoYofr Vtiloo,
' ' but wo fall to see any reason wjiy tho
womon studonts nfa'y not go to tho
gamos alono if Bitch is their wish or
with a crowd of their girl friends. In
asmuch as tho athletic flold ia a tfart
TEST FOR TEAMS.
Three Big Football Games Are to Be
Football games today between
Pennsylvania and (ho Carlisle In
dians, Yalo and VHla Nova, -and
Princeton and Cornell moan much
tor1 all of those toams, writes '"Walter
H. Kckorsall In tho Chicago Tribune.
Pennsylvania will moot ono of tho
worthiest opnonetfts ot:,tbe year;, per
haps tho fastest team in the east, and
will ondoavor to wipe but tho stigma
inflicted by tho Indians last year.
Yalo's work against Villa Nova will
bo watched with interest, as it will
afford an interesting comparison be
tween Yalo, Princeton, and Pennsylva
nia. Tho Cornoll-Prlncotpuiaffalr will bo
tho Important contest 01 'tho day,.
Each toam is dcslroilB of. winning,
this game, for upon its. outcome do
ponds fbc rating of tho,. teams for tho
In tho west, tho game of most Im
portance is tho Illinois-Wisconsin
game at Madiaon. Tho Badgers have
not had the test of a big gamo and
as yot aro an uncertain quantity. Tfie
accident to Fullback Osthoff Is seri
ous from tho team standpoint. Illi
nois, after tho defeat at . tho hands
of tho Maroons last Saturday, will
Journey to Camp Randall somewhat
disheartened that is, if accounts may
bo relied upon. But bull and bear
stories have been coming from, both,
camps all week and may prmay. not
bo reliable. .,- .
Wisconsin will Buffer through the
loss of Osthoff, Btar .fullback and
principal ground gainer. Wllco prob
ably wll tako hs place, but he is not
as strong in general play as his team
mate. But, all told, tfl0 Baimo up
poars to bo an oven, proposition pos
sibly with tho chances favoring Wisconsin.
Girls' Rooting 8quad.
To tho Nobraskan
Thd manager of thb football team
has mot the request of the gltTs root
ing squad ana granted a section to
thorn for tdflayjggamb. Sd fotitho first
tiifid lnlfiree yeafsHha 'third Hfittnn
tho co-eds will burst forth
jVIlh enthusiasm and, hiako tho bid
bleachers fairly tremble wjth therd
pneumatics. We are not surprised that the1 above
mentioned co-eds should show such
IUTS T 13 ILL
We claim to bo thd boat CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and aro
here to provo it OUr methods aro thd VERY LATEST and our work
men the boat that trioriey can secUro.
We clean tho finest dressos and robes without -danger of fading or
shrinking in any vay. Wo also clean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds.
GooSb called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repairing.
SCALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB.
Phone Bell 147
Phone Auto' 1292
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Young Men's Clothes
Young Womens Shoes
4:00 p. mf U. 106.
Y. W. C. A. Reaper Service.
Tuesday, October 29.
11:00 a. m.-Memorial JHall.
Convocation. J. L. Sundean, demo
cratic candidate for University re
gent. , "
11; 30 a. m. Memorial' Hath
Sophomore class meets.
Clyde Mooro, 1906, Ldalio Hlgglns,
1907, Carl Wilburn, 1905, R. J. Mans-
- Architi Baldbn, O. E.( 1907, was in
the qity this wbek. He has been wofk
cohlng for QreehdUgh Brothers go1 ri or
al contrdctora on mining work in Wy
Lost-rLdy's black pocltetbook con
taining "about $5.06; Finder pldaso
return to Nebraskan office nhd re
Lost A small gold wach, with
leather fob, between Library Hall arid
Thirteenth and S afreets. Return to
Elizabeth Wright 445 N. Thirteenth
Miss A. E. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention given to studonts.
1136 O St. Auto 1737.
Special Service to
Auto . .
Tipify fi listers iii Seasoi
WiAttl Ntrih I3th St.
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of tho campus and tho numbers of
spectators aro chiefly composed of stu
dents and alumni of tlie Univoraity,
the element of unproprlety scorns to
bo docldoly lacking. Tho Innovation or
.todaY ahould meet with tho hearty sup
portVoif tho. co-eJs. Thoro 1b no reason
Why the chance of tho woman student
sefeing a football gamo should rest up
on tio Whim of the men students. Al
so tile onjoymOht of tho gamo on tho
"part Of the co-eds would bo much in
'creased If they fill tho girl's rooting
section and proceed to enjoy tho gamo
unhampered by tho presence of any
of the stornor sex. Buy your ticket
for tho "glrte' rooting section" today
and seo for yourself.
In .order to Insure themselves
against any damages whine might
.' happen as a result of the collapse of
tho Northrop Field bleachers, Minne
ola has takon cAit '$20,000 accident
., jSonv Ihir ' postal , t cards, Arthur
Rood, 139 North Fourteenth street.
spirit, for the way they made tho
Bongs go at the football rally Thurs
day would make the Yalo rooting
squad tako notice. It takes, the spirit
to "cut' a date with a regular, and go
to. a football game and do the cheer
ing stunt for the old U. of N.
Tho girls cannot do the rooting
stunt anyway with a gentleman escort,
bocayse thoyaro too modest. They
fear that tho young man will not exact
ly npprove oriheir yelling and thus at
tracting Undue attention. Then' again
no boy should sacrifice his lung power
.by going wlh a young lady whore he
must by force be. quiet and' devote his
vocal power to whispering choice bits
of humor into the ears of his lady.
We uivo three' lustv cheers for the
girls and the spirit which promotes.
Tho one deelre is 'that this featuro may
become permanent thing.
' "A 8TUDENT.
Arthur R. Wilson, C. ,E., '07, holds
a lucrative position with tho Pueblo
OUVer S. Erwla, lS&Vand a mombor
of the Aipha Theta Chi rrateralty Is n
the city .
Mrs. DaylB, hair dressing parlors are
now located in tho Famous. Corner
Thirteenth and O streets.
For Rent Room ono. block from
University, 1218 T street. Board if
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
or's Suitorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
TJhapin Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
Board, $3.00 per week, 127 No. 14th.
Patronize Capital Hotel Barber Bhop.
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Rooms - Rooms - Rooms
Hew Windsor Hotel
We have now open to students five or six well fur
nished rooms. Steam heat aid electric
lights. Will tent f 6 $2 per
, Week and up.
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