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THE, PAILY INEBRASKAjN
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Star wire reports of Kansas-Nebraska game a'
Herpolsheimer's N street window
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S,F, Westerll eld
Special Service to
Bell Phone ..3GB
'Aulo . . 3355
A Specialty In Oysters In Season
117-10-21 North 13th 81.
FINEST OF MOVINa PICTURES
AND ILLUrfRATED SONGS
NTkt Drag Cmtltr.
Do' Your Washing
bnck view doesn't look very promis
ing. Coulter will probably start Iho
game at Angnoy's place, but this week
Is the flrst work Coultor has had this
year at running the team. Stephen
son, Rico, Forter, Porter, Dennis and
Stcelo aro the .back field possibilities.
Porter will have to play the whole
game, probably, as with Angnoy out
thero Is 410 particular good punter be
sides Forter on the squad.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
November 11-15 will be obsorvod by
the Y. W. C. A. as a week of prayer
In response to the call to prayer
which has been Issued by tho World's
Executvo Committee, London. Every
year requests come to this committee
for prayer by workers in different
country, and in order that tho work
of tho Association may be blessed
more fully and completely the week
of prayer Is observed by every Asso
ciation In the world.
Dijrlng tho week of prayer an offer
ing will bo taken for the work In for
elcn fields. Jn the United States this
offering la termed tho "World's Nick
el," and all members of the Associa
tion are Invited to contribute a nickel
for this fund.
Tho leaders of the noon meetings,
November 11-15, are:
Nnvomhar 11 Miss Adams. Dea-
coneBS. Trinity Methodist church.
"Tho Royal Command."
November 12 Carrie Schultz, "The
Divine Key. to 'Successful Watching."
November 13 Mrs. Hlnman,
"Watchfulness in Our Rolatlon to
November 14 Joan Sullivan, "Need
of Watchfulness In Temptation."
November 15 Dr. Ward,. "Watch-,
fulness In Success' '
welcomes all siudehfs ( and
invites you Id enjoy "our
1 -pj omoKing ana tzeaamg
OIXIOK6 JtlOUSe Room It's a pleasure
'- to please. frV us
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1132 0 STREET
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Inciln Dancing Icadamy
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University Trade Ssllcltei, 1126 H St.
G,K. AKAGI & BROS.
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Everybody la cordially In
Titod to oH fl Inspoot
onr store .'. .'.
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VI & .. CLUETT, PEAnODY & CO. J - JO
w. Huera ol uiuett nd UonArtb HblrU W !,
Advantage In Football Victories.
"Tho scholarship In the university
will be lowered if wo do not beat
Chicago.'' This startling statement
was made '"by Professor Molom of the
Spanish department at Minnesota.
Ho gave It as his .opinion" that a
great football, game lost to anothor
rival demoralizes all classes. He said
that ho found this to bo strikingly
true from 1896 to 1900, when so many
defeats fell to the share or tho Ma
roon and Gold.. - f
'"When a 'defeat has beon sustained,
all intorost in class work vanishes,
buf after a great 'victory, everyone Is
bright, 'julillant, enthusiastic, and thlB
.spirit enters Into the class room, In
citing all to better lessons."
-The Lincoln High School will play
tho Harlan team .on tho Nebraska
field at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
Lincoln team Is about 800 per pent
better than, at the time of tho West
Des Moines gamd and a hoi scrim
mage Iff looked for. 'Football exports
say that tho game will bo close.
German v Ml.
Tho lesson for Monday, November
11, In the .9:00 o'clook division of
German III will bo: Wlllkommon in
peutschland 1st Letter. -
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l UNION COLLEGE
Ftr First Class Tallirlic
AT LOW PRICES
AUT0 48-C0LLEQE VIEW-
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Dr. Wharton; formerly pastor of St.
Paul's, will speak at tho Oliver Sun
day .afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. This
will' bo a treat and none can afford
to miss It.
HOT and COLD SODA
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The finest work done and. prices right.
ir Call at our new store.
1230 O St.
Members of tho Cornhusker Staff
will please call upon the managing
edltoDS for write-up blanks.
CDca ShraBk.Oiwrier Sno Collir
or TO CTDU
Mker o( Cloett nd UonArtb BhlrU
Bossoy was called out of town
tor day to testify In an Important
A meeting of the Senior ClasB will
take place Thursday morning at 11:30
o'clock in Memorial 'Hall.
We're now located In the moit'
beautiful store-in the Wert
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Lincoln Candy Kitchm
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