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XHE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Entered nt tho postofllco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of ConprosB of March a.
THE MEN WHO WON.
Tba students of tho Unlvorslty tiro
proud and Justly bo of tho achieve
ments of our football toam throughout
tho entire season, but especially last
.Saturday at Lawronco. "By reason of
the .vory strong rivalry existing bo
tweon K. U., nnd Nobraslca It would
havo been harder to loso tho gamp last
played than any other game on Uho
schedule. But now that the susponso
1b ovor nnd victory is ours wo should
not at onco forgot tho men who wore
responsible for this happy stato of af
fairs. Tho credit is due the whole toam
and not to any particular man of men
nnd It should not be Forgotten that
the men who iflny in NobraBka's line
havo mndo such a showing as en
titles them to tho rospoct and admira
tion of all lovers of tho game. It is
with no intent to dlBpargo tho fow
known as "stare" that particular at
tention is callod to the men in tho line
but it Is rather to Indicate that, al-
Budd's Black $10.00 Cravenettes
Heavy Cheviot goods, full long box coats, rain
proofed no better looking coats at any price
$15.00 qualities. WHY PAY MORE?
BUDD, $2.50 HATTER
though their names do not appear as
ofton in tho roports of the gamo nevor
tho less wo do feel that thoy cer
tainly wero In tho gamo."
"In tho pasC tho procedont has been
established by thoso having charge or
.tho Daily 'Nebraskan to publish an is
sue known as tho football number at
;tho clso of a successful season. The
almost unqualified and complete suc
cess of NobraBka's football toam this
year demand that this precedent bo
not doparted from. In order to make
(thiB'issufc worthy of tho reason for its
publication, namely Nebraska's foot
ball team; no effort or expense will
be spared, but thoro is one 'point to
bo romembered nnd nctelTupon by the
student "hody and that is an early or
der'for this souvenir. As was abovo
ononttdnod this souvenir issue Is got
ten' lout frt a comparatively great ex
ponso and In order to mnko up this un
'usual expenditure 'the support of tho
students in . purchasing tho same is
absolutely Imperative. Thcro is no
other source except tho sale of copies
to those who are not subscribers from
whch this deficit can be made up.
This fact should bo remembered and
if you nro Interested In maintaining
tho practice of 'an etxonsive football
number plnce an order with tho busi
ness manager at once for ns many
coplos as aro required for your own
neods and tho odiflcatloh of your
friends. An early order has tho ad
vantage over an Intended purchase
on the dny of publication in that there
is no uncertainty about getting your
paper becnuso a sufficient number
will bo .-reserved to fill these orders
nnd only a limited number will bo
placed oh sale. Call at tho business
manager's office and placo your order
today or In tho near future and insist
on your friends doing likewise.
New Books in. the Library.
Albermnrle, Earl -ofr-MomoIrs of the
Marquis of Jlockingham and his
Contemporaries. 2 vols.
Budge, E. A. W. Egyptian magic.
Cotton 'Sir H. T. S. Now India.
Cox Introduction to folklore.
Dawklns, B Cavo hunting.
Dawklns, B,-Cavo hunting.
Sinlay History of tho Greek revolu
tion. 2 vols.
Gregor Story of Bohemia.
Hulhort, A. B. Tho Ohio river.
Maurice Qtorv of Uohomla.
MblmontI PompochVenice. 2 vols.
Nordau, Max Art and Artists.
Salome,' Andreas Isbenls Prabenges
talon. Steven's, B. T. The Clinton-Corn-wallls
controversy. 2 vols.
Svetla Maria Felicia.
Thomas, N. W. Natives of Australia.
Tisdall, W. St. Clair Noble eightfold
Wright, Thomas Life of Walter Pa
ter. 2 vols.
Tho Zoological Club will meet at
eight p. m Tuesday evening, No
vember 12, 1907 In tb,o zoological loc-
turo room, N. 210. Tho following will
be tho program: "Investigations on
Babesia canis by KInoshlta." Review
ed by Leroy D. Swingle. "Tho Cephn
11c Veins nnd SlnuseB' of Reptiles,"
by Henry L. Bruner. Roviowed by
Robert H". Wolcott.
A meeting of the Latin. Club will bo
hold at tho homo of Professor Bar
ber, 12110 L St., Tuesday evening at
MfSS MARY STRAHORN.
Miss Davis' hairdresslng parlors aro
in tho Famous. Hairdresslng, mani
curing, facial massage, scalp treat
ment. Halrwork dono. Phone, F
The best oyster stew. In tho. city Is
that served at The Boston . Lundh.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 203
Patronize Capital Hotel Barber shop.
Tuesday, November, 12.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Rev. Fletcher I. Whar
ton. 11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
, Junior class meets.
11:50 a. m. Y. W. C. A. Rooms.
Noon meeting. Miss Schultz.
Wednesday, November, 13.
12:00 m. Memorial Hall.
Sophomore, class moots.
11:50 a. m Y. W. C. A. Rooms.
Noon meeting. Mrs. Hlnman.
Thursday, November, 14.
11 tOO a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Organ recital by Miss
Vera Upton and Mrs. Raymond.
11 -30--Memorial Hall.
11:50 .i. m. Y. W. Cj-Ar RooTfili.
Noon meeting. Jean Sullivan.
7 : 1 5p. m. Armory.
Perching Rifles medal drill.
6:00 p. m.-Nobraska Hall, 210.
Pathological Club meets.
Monday, November, 18.
Mid semester roportjj duo.
Saturday, December, 7.
' Friday, December, ft.
(Continued from pago 1.)
iorlty of tho now football over tho old
and clearly showed tho possibilities
of tho forward pass. Kansas was up
against a strong lino without any now
plays, and could do absolutely nothing
toward winning the gamo. Had tho
Jayhawkors had a good forward pass
and ono or two other modornlzed plays
thoy might havo. won tho gamo.
In tho first half Kansas hold Ne
braska for downB ono foot froni tho
Jayhdwker lino. It was at tho west
goal in about tho 8am e spot that Ne
braska ,hpld Kansas seven time's In
1904. and kept tho Jayhawkers 'from
scoring. , In that game Knhsas by a
terrifflc onslaught took tho ball down
within a fow feet of Nebraska's goal
line Bovon times but could not cross.
'Nebraska hold tho JayhawkorB for
down's each time and' then 'Boned let
kicked tho ball back out of danger.
Bender won this contest by making a
long run for tho only touchdown made
during the game.
Clements' photos aro tho best.
RatoB to studont8. 129 So. Eleventh.
3f M.-Rico, hafr ana scalp Bpoclallst,
1216 O St., upstairs. Auto phono 3888.
Havo your, clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum, Cor. 11th and O.
Marshall, students', barber. Cornor
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Hayden, photographer, Bpeclal rates
to studonts. 1127 O street.
Green's barber shops are tho best
in tho West.
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdrossor,
. Palace Dining Hall. No lunch
Just a quiet evening moal at Dalrym
plo's, Dr. J. H. Graham, dentist. 1339 O
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
- Bockman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Try FranclsBros.' restaurant, 1020. P
C. H. Fi-oy, florist, 1183 O St
Rooms - Rooms - Rooms
New Windsor Hotel
Wo havo now open to studonts five or six well fur
nished rooms. Stoam heat and electric
lights. Will rent for $2 pofr '
' weelc and up. '
U - all -Not6TiTiy
The U of N Caterer
He's in business for himself
at 208 So. 12th
Isr-Look for tho Rod Light!
Thos. 1A. Coleman,
"Wo manufacture all of our
Candies & Ice Cream
Wo sorvo tho most delicious Hot
and Cold Drinks in tho city
TRY OUR FAMOUS ATHENIAN
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Welcomes all students and Invites you
to enjoy our Smoking and Reading
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Everybody is cordiaily'in
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