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YOU ARE NEEDED.
It may soom to somo of tho stu
dents that too groat demands aro be
ing made upon their time by notices
and reauG8ts to attond this and that
student mooting. No doubt It Is dim-1
cult to find tho time to bo pr6sont at
till of fho various meetings which
a student may fool himself obliged to
attend and at tho samo time givo tho
college work propor attontion. Evon
with full consciousness of tho many
demands upon the student's time, wo
would urgo that ovory studont attend
tho football mass meeting today.
These mass meetings aro extremely
important and tho part that thoy play
lu building up college spirit can not
well bo tnkon by any othor variety
of student ondoavor. Wo can vory ill
afford to lot our enthusiasm fag at
this part of tho season, because tho
team certainly noods tho sincere sup
port of tho Btudont body at tho pros-
ont juncturo. It is not necessary to
consider at present anything boyond
tho Ames gamo Saturday, and accord
ing to all reports Nebraska will have
Miss Bessie Abott Will Appear at the
Miss Abott, who appears at the
Tomplo tomorrow evening, is a mem
ber of the Oonrled Metropolitan Opora
Company of tho Metropolitan Opora
House, Now York, whoro sho has
never failed of brilliant results in the
roles made notable by the groat Som
brlch. To read tho Metropolitan crit
icisms on her "Marguerite," "Violet
tn," "Juliette" and "Martha," one
might bo oxcusod for concluding that
sho had fow peors anywhere. Before
coming to tho Metropolitan Opora
House, Miss Abott created 'a caroor
at tho Grand Opora House, Paris, that
aroused tho wonderment and admira
tion of such artist-ndtabloB as Jean
de ReBzke, Edward Do Roszko, Direc
tor Gaillard, Director Carro, and Mhio.
Gounod, widow of tho ndored com
poser of "Romeo and Juliotto."
A worthy second on Miss Abott's
list of assisting artists is Sig. Ed. Cas-
telluno, operatic tenor of tho heroic
Curuso type,who Is certain to cause a
"Bthr'with music lovers evorywhore.
Receiving his training nt the La
Scala, Milan, Cnstellnno established
worth and merit so effectively at his
debut in Malta, that Massenet and
Giordano both selected him to croato
leading foles In their operas "Manon"
and "Fodora." Called to South Amer
ica by an nttractlvo contract, to suc
ceed Caruso, just completing his on-,
gagemont there, ho Invited favorable
comparison with tho great tenor whom
American audiences have come to
admire and adore.
A dazzling little harpist, Ada Sas
soil, known through her connection
with tho recent tours of Mmo. Melba,
also joins tho Abott combination,
thus forming a trio of artists that is
superb in fullest sense.
Not content, however, with prlncl
pulB like thoso, tho management is
supplying a novel background in tho
Ames vs. Nebraska
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2-3:00 P. M.
General Admission, $1.00 Reserved, $1.00 and $1.25
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Tea and Coffee
1307 O Street
all kinds. Noon
hour lunches a
of Grand Island aro to be tho soloists.
This convention should bo of groat in
terest to all Y. W. C. A. girls, and
all who can attend aro urged to do so.
A pleasant and profitable time is
promised to thoso who make use of
this opportunity to meet prominent
association workorB of tho state, and
to learn something of tho real
strength of tho Y. W. C. A. in No-braska.
W claim to bo tho best CLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and aro
hr to provo It Our methods aro the VERY LATEST and our work
men the boat that money can secure.
We clean tho finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
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Goods called for and delivered. Alt goodB thoroughly storlllzod. Wo do
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Thursday, October 31.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Song recital by Miss
11:30 a. m. N. 210.
Special Convocation for Medical
C:30 p. m. Lincoln Hotel.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, November 1.
7:00 p. m. U. 102.
Class Athletic Board meets.
Friday, December 13.
Tho program for tho song recital
by Miss Helen Dean today is as fol
lows: "Boloved, Pt Is Morn" Aylward
"Counsel to Nina" Wakorlln
"Voices of Spring" Strauss
Miss Edith Burlinglm, Accompanist.
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6 Amerloan bays at
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5 PALM GARDEN
i 1132 O - 1132 O ;'
Do Your Washing
enough to do If this matter is proper
ly attended to. It is not to be thought
that Nebraska will not win, but tho
fact that should be remembered Ib
that tho foe will demand the best
that Nebraska has to offer. Tho stu
dents should remember this and make
every possible effort to bo present nt
tho mass meeting this morning.
Provo to tho team tho deep Interest
felt In the outcome of tho game next
Saturday and convince them that
they are not to ho obliged to avenge
tho defeat of last year alone, but will
;havo tho support of ovory student in
tho University. Wo can not afford to
take any risks. Everybody out to
get tho spirit that will help to defeat
Ames. . .
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tho noon meetings are being plan
ned with groat caro, especially for tho
month of Novombor, for the associa
tion will thon bo in its now rooms.
Special speakers will ho at tho noon
meetings each week and intoresting
programs for tho Wednesday Praise
Service are being planned by Miss
Starn. All University girls aor espe
cially invltod to a'ttend theso sorvlces.
I337 O STREET
Miss Edna Stevens, Delta . Delta
Delta, at a recent meeting of tho
state committee, was elected secretary
of the state committee of tho Y. W.
'C, A. ,
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So.. 12th.
form of an accompaniment mndo up
of five superior springs two violins,
viola, violoncello and double bass),
piano and flute. Most concert organi
zations And 8Ufllcioncy In the meagre
support afforded by a single Instru
ment, tho plnno not so with tho Bes
sie Abott Company, which desires
tho broader and more "flooding" Im
pressions that como only from an
orchestral support pf tho songsters.
On iNovember 1, '2 and 3, 1907, at
Crete, 'Nob., will bo hold the twenty
second annual convention of tho
Young Women's Christian Associa
tions of Nebraska. About twenty-flve
delegates from tho University will at
tend tho convention, which promises
to bo unusually good this year. Pro
fessor P. A. Stuff, of tho University,
Will have charge of tho Bible Hour
on Friday and Saturday. The music
of the convention will be In charge
of Miss Ida B. Vibbard, assisted by
a small chorus from Croto. Miss Lu
die Long, '07, and Miss Jano Pender
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LOST Lost on campus Friday, a
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UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
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Miss A. E. Soukup, dressmaking.
Special attention given to students.
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New Windsor Hotel
Wo have now open to students five or six well fur
nished rooms. Steam heat and electric
lights. "Will rent for $2 per
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