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Engineering Notes. .
Thirty-throe thousand scats aro
avallablo, and of thcso thirty-two
thousand aro already taken, for tho
Yalo-'Prlncoton gamo. This breaks the
record of any previous game.
Michigan University officials assert
that their now football grounds at
Ferry field aro tho flenst in tho West.
The grandstands, which surround
three aides of tho floid, have a seating
capacity of 18,000 persons. ,
A. H. 'Lot(, B. B. 1907, writes to
some of his friends in tho University
that he Is In tho employ of the Oma
ha and Council Bluffs Railway com
pany, and Is at present engagod at
wiring work in the sub-station at
Twenty-sixth and Lake streets.
Michigan has another Incentive for
defeating Pennsylvania, Novombor 16,
besides the fame and satisfaction such
a victory would bring. In caso tho
Wolvorlnos win, It is probable that
the team will' bo taken to California
to play a gamo with Leland Stanford
during tho Christmas holidays.
J. W. McCroskoy, E. B 1891, was a
recent visitor at the engineering de
partment. Mr. McCroskoy holds a high
position in tho London oflico of J. Q.
White" & Co., and is Just returning
to England, after an extenslvo trip
through South America, where his
company has .numerous contracts un
TONIGHT AT 8:15
"Just Out of College"
Musical Comedy By George Ade.
Prices $1j0O to 25c.
8AT. MAT., AND EVE., NOV.16.
Sousa And His Band
05 Musicians. 3 Soloist,
MAT. 75c TO 25c. EVE. $1.00 TO 60c.
MATINEE 3 P. M. EVB. 7i45 & ?i00
PRICES TEN AND TWENTY CENTS
DELPENINO AND DELMORA
ART FISHER The Oowboy MhnJo '
STEWART AND COMPANY
GILROY, HAYNES AND MONT-?
GOMERY "Good 8hlp A
Nancy Lee" $
J. B. Davidson, M. B., 1904, writes
Interestingly from Ames, Iowa, whoro
he is professor of agricultural engi
neering, and is in chargo of experi
mental work at the oporiment station.
He states with somo pride that Mar
garet Elizabeth Davidson, a new-corn-or
In his family, Is rapily learning to
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Mat. at 3 p m. Evening 7:45 and 9.
C. L. Colo, M. B., 1906, was on tho
campus recently, and had an Interest
ing story to toll of the work he and
Brown ,190&roro doing for tho AJHs
Chalmors company. They are employ
ed as special appfcentlceson tho in
stallation of a sewerage and drainage
system for tho city of Chicago, and as
such aro enjoying many opportunities
to observe and learn. They expect
to remain on this work through tho
NEW MANAGEMENT NEW POLICY'
POPULAR PRICES. ,
Balcony 10 cents, 300 seats reserved .
20 cents, boxes 25 cents. Nothing
higher. Three performances dally.
Every student in the Engineering
College, whether ho is a member of
tho Engineering Society or not, Is In
vited to attend the "smoker" Satur
day overling, November 16th. Tho ob
ject of this function, which Is given
every year by tho Engineering So
ciety to studonts of that department,
is to get tho engineers acquainted
with each other. '
The way tho average man's lie
.runs in this University is. such that
the meets ohly a small number of his
follow students in classes, and only a
few In a social way off the campus.
It works out that the Sophomore
knows only Sophomores, tho Fresh
men, members of their own class, and
that tho general acquaintance botweqn
all thS'men of the school Is only slight;
It Is almost a matter of duty, then,
lor a man entering tne university to
embrace such opportunities to meet
informally other metf following tho
same line of work.
This little talk is addressed 'to tho
Sophomores and rFeshmen particular-'
ly, for ,the Juniors and Seniors gen:'
erally admit the .necessity of 'getting
acquainted all through the University.
The Aoacia fraternity has loaned its
house at 1216 H street for the. even
ing, and '-, wtety? eaglifeerlBg stu4at
who comes will be well taken care of
for the evening. '
FOUR YEAR OLD HEROINE
MA8QUERADE PARTY .
ONION8 MAKE PEOPLE
TOWJNG AN XUTO
8IMPKIN8' SATURDAY OFF
ILL FATED CABBY
"THE HERMIT'ON THE MISS
Chas. L. Bogley.,
Matlntts, 2, 3 and 4 . m.
Evnlni 7, 1, 9 and 10 a.m.
ADMISSION -10 GENTS
THE LITTLE GLOBE TROTTER
.By Gord?" Llntt
THE W SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all students and Invites yon ;
9 enjoy our Smoking and Reading I
Room. It's a pleasure to pleas. Try f
"UNI" SMOKE HOUSE. ,
1132 O STREET
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