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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
Sets of Shakespeare Sold on a convenient Club Plan
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We have arranged with the publishers for a large numbor of handy volume
' sets of Shakespeare, so thatfwe can sell them to you in a way that will make
them easy ta buy, -and at the same time we will make you a present of nine
volumes after you have paid for only thirty. It is an interesting scheme, nnjjL.
will certainly prove most attractive to those desiring to own a sot of Shakes
peare. These little volumes are bound in red English cloth, with gold titles,
half tone front piece, monotint title pages.
PRICE BY THE CLUB 15c A VOLUME
By becoming a member of the club you pay 15c for your first and subsequent
volumes as you wish them, taking one or more at a time, until you have bot
thirty volumes; then we give the remaining nine .vols. free. There is one con
dition you must pay for the thirty volumes before May 31, 1908, or forfeit
j Kvery Loyal Unlveraltjr Student la y
U urged to patronlio these Nebras- i
! kaa advertiser, and to mention j
1 1 the paper while doing; so. t t t it
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Palladia! Hall Will Be Dedicated at
One of the first events to take place
in the University Temple will bo the
dedication of Palladian Hall ,whlch is
set for 'November 8. The society haB
Issued letters of Invitation to all
alumni and associate members whoso
addresses were known, and expects a
large attendance. The now hall will
bo beautifully furnished and will be
UBed for a part of the program. Tho
special feature of tho evening will be
a banquet, which will be held in the
original 'Palladian hall, the one used
by tho Boclety thirty years ago. After
this leave-taking the guests will re
turn to the Temple and will then see
that the Palladian spirit is properly
planted In the now soil. All former
Palladians are urged to attend and to
communicate with tho secretary of the
committee, Miss Flora Bullock, Station
Headquarters Battalion of Cadets,
University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 7, 1907.
ORDERS NO. 2.
The following are announced sub
ject to tho approval of the Chancellor
of the University:
To be captain, hospital corps, L. A.
To bo first lieutenant, hospital,, corps,
F. E. McCall.
To be first class sergeant, hospital
corps, M. E. Streiter.
To' be sergeants, hospital corpB, N.
M. Collier, G. L. Quthrle.,.
By order of Captain Workizer:
E. A. FROYD,
First Lieut, and Battalion Adjutant.
"Moonbeam" Murphy went to Kan
sas yesterday with tho team. Ho will
Stop over at Leavenworth, which is his
IN ITS FAVOR
f 3. Yard-Ola all In one. Itls'?
not like other stationery having
two parts -to make 'a -letter.
4. It Is made of an excellent
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OFF TO KAN8A8.
(Continued from pace 1.)
Tho following is tho probable line
up: Kansas Nebraska
White ,,h. E Johnson
Caldwell .. ,L. T Matters
Wood L. G Ewing
Milton C Collins
Reed R. G.-.' Frum
Crowell R. T. . .: . .Chnloupka
Rouse R. E Harvoy
Angney Q Cooke
Stevenson L. H Wellor
Forter It.- H .Minor
Rico F. B. . ; Krogor
Manager Eager Makes Another Offer
of a Prize.
Another song contest is on. Man
ager has announced that he will give
two reserved seats for the Denver
game for tho best Bong written for that
game. Several songs have already
been received by Manager Eager.
Friday afternoon, November 8, 1907,
at their new home In the Temple, be
tween 4 and 0, tho Palladian 'Literary
Society will hold a reception . to tho
faculty and students of tho University
At G:30 they will have their ban
quet In the old home, to which only
members are invited.
After the banquet they will leave
tho .old hall and have tho dedicatory
program of the new home. "
The student council of tho Universi
ty of Michigan has made an agree
ment with tho chief of police to the
offect that the council will consltute
a court of Inquiry to try students
charged with minor offenses, and will
mete out such punishment as the coun
cilhien deem tho case warrants. Prov
ident Angell has said that he would
stand by the decision of tho council
and aid it in enforcing its decisions
even to thfe extent of expelling a ;han
Doctor Howard of the University
and Mr. Powell of the state railroad
commission addressed the debating
squad yesterday. It is probable Jhat
tho preliminaries wllf be held Satur;
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1 The Senior. Play rCommjHoe , will
meet in' U 207 "at 1 o'clock Friday
afternoon. Fulf.a'tVe'nd&hce' is desired,'
Louis A. Hewitt; 1904, Columbia,
1907, is practicing law In Denver,
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