The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1907, Image 4

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Are Demanding Clothes of Smart
Style, Fine Fit and Artistic Finish
Novelty Suits and
In Attention-Compelling Models at
meets the present day demands of young men, and mature
men, who keep young in their mode of dress. They are
made of especially selected materials, full of life and
character, and are admired by everyone. You will be
pleased in every detail if you come to us for your clothing.
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Reports From the Kansas Game Will
Be Received.
The Lincoln high" school football
team will meet the high Bchool aggre
gation from Harlnn, Iowa, on Nebras
ka Field tomorrow afternoon. The
game will be called at 3 o'clock sharp'.
The Harlan school has a heavy team
this year but It is thought that the de
fenders of the Red and Black will out
play the visitors' by superior team
work. Coach Temple's boys played a
practice game one day this week with
tho University sophomores and were
able to hold the sophomoreB to a tie
game of five each. Tho Lincoln team
Is much stronger than it was when it
played the DesMoines team last
month. A hot game Is expected.
All reports from tho Nebraska game
at 'Lawrence will be received and
bulletins read. All plays will be care
fully announced so that patrons dt, the
Lincoln game can enjoy two games at
once. It is now certain that a great
many University men will attend the
high school game.
Bess McGuire, 1900, and Delta Gam
ma, Is teaching In Chippewa Falls,
Jack Clark, 1905, Columbia law col
lego 1907, Is practicing in Cheyenne,
welcomes all students and
invites you to enjoy our
y 7 - r. Smoking and Reading
OHIOke JtlOUSC Room. It's a pleasure
to please. Try us.
'UNI" Smoke House
1132 0 STREET
Try Savoy Hotel and cafe.
0. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for cereals.
Miss Bess Von BoBklrk, 1907, Is
teaching In the Idaho statoMiormal at
Albion, Idaho.
It. E. Dumont, ex-1906, of Omaha,
was in the city Saturday to witness
the Ames game.
Five of Bill" Chaloupka's brothers
saw the game Saturday. They are all
big and husky follows.
Clyde B. Elliott wont to Lawrence
with the team yesterday as the repre
sentative of the Daily Nebraskan.
Dr. Bolton accompanied tho football
team last night, going as the faculty
representative. of the. Athletic Board.
Subscribe for the Daily Nebraskan.
Dr. J. H. Graham, dentist. 1339 O
Just a qulot evening moal at Dalrym-plo's.
W. A. LIndberg, law 1903, Is in the
employment of tho legal department of
Swift and company with headquarters
at Chicago.
Suits and O'coats Made to Order, $15
No More No Less
, Union Made
World's Greatest Tailors
J. F. GREGORY, Manager and Cutter
145 So. Thirteenth Street
Dining Hall. No lunch
Green's barber shops are the best
In the West.
To and Coffaa
1307 O Street
Sandwiches of
all kinds. Noon
hour lunchas a
Hayden, photographer, special rates
to students. 1127 O street
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Fred B. Humphrey sells Real Estate
and Insurance. 136 No. Eleventh St
Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Minnesota expects to have a cham
pionship baskofball five their season.
There are five "M" men In school who
are eligible.
Clyde Shorey, 1904, 1b engaged In
the law business In Chicago. Mr. Shor
ey graduated from Columbia, law
school last June.
Eat at Climax restaurant Meals 15
cents and up, Tom Draper, Prop.
J. M. Rice, hair and scalp specialist
1216 O St, upstairs. Auto' phone 3888.
Lost A plain black- fountain pen
on the pampus Tuesday, November 5.
Finder return to Nebraskan office.
O. N. Mathers, 1903, Is a member of
the Chicago Tribune Btaff. Mr. Mather
attende'd the Harvard graduate schpol
after leaving Nebraska.
The senior Laws held a meeting
Thursday morning. The invitation to
visit Col. Bryan at Falrview, Saturday
morning was unanimously accepted.
Miss Eleanor Andrew, PI Beta Phi,
1907, was In Lincoln yesterday on h6r
way to Wahoo, at which place she has
accepted a position in ' the public
schools. .
All subscriptions to the Dally Ne
braskan are due and" payable at the
business office In the Administration