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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Gfoe 2ail2 fUbraeftan
THE PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVER8ITT OF NEBRASKA.
fMMU WIT WT EKfT SMUT AH IMMAT
BY TUB 8TUDBNT PUB. BOARD,
htfcaM , 131 N, 14) St
Editor-in-Chief,... M, A, Miffs 'M
M.mnlna Editor, ... .Clvd E. Elliott. '09
0utln Mnaflr,,,H. C. RefeerUon, '09.
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Faculty notices and University bulletin!
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Entered at tho pofitofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class nmll matter
under tho Act of Conprcss of March 3.
Th Corhhuskor Hnnquet which Ih
c ho given ut tho Llnriell hotel on
tho evening of December 14, Ih worthy
of tho Rapport of every man In tho
university, thih runciion nas now no
come one of tho traditions of tho
University and It seems only JtiHt thai
"at IcaHt ono ovoulng's untcrtnlnmont
Hhould ho given tho football team In
.recognition of their services on tho
gridiron as well as a tokon of tho
gratitude and esteem of tho Httiilont
Tho commlttuo huvlngthls matter In
charge haH roclded that ImiHinuch as
th'o huccohh of tho affair deponds prl-
, marlly upon- tho gcnoral partlclim
tlon of tho studonvs, and Hocondarlly
upon tho menu, tho price of tho ban
quet Hhould bo low enough to en
courage a very largo attendance. In
for the University that the professfon
u characteristics of the St. Louis
team wan not more generally known
ho that our team and University would
not he placed In a false position at the
present time. We could not hope to
triumph over a team consisting for
the most part of men old, both in
years ar?d in the number of years of
participation in tho game, and who
further have ail other essential ear
marks of the so-called college pro
fessional. It would be -strange Indeed if a team
composed of young college men of
fiom two to three year's experience
on the gridiron should proceed to
show up a bunch like the Cochcm ag
gregation, whose experience In every
department of the game is the result
of many years play on the gridirons of
different schools. Nebraska does not
maintain that tho better team did not
win but we do Insist that ha far as
the championship of college football
In the Missouri Valley is concerned,
the St. Louis game cau not be considered.
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The City Young Women's Christian
Ahsoclatlon and the University Asso
ciation will hold their third combina
tion mass meeting In the Lyric theater
at three o'clock Sunday afternoon, De
cember 8th. Dr. Turner, president of
Hastings College, . who Is quite well
known to Lincoln people, having ap
peared at tho Second Presbyterian
church several times, has been se
cured to give tho address of tho af
ternoon. Miss Plndor, of Grand Island,
a violinist known throughout the state,
wljl also ndI to tho onjoyablllty of the
service by rendering several selec
tions. The chorus, under tho leader
ship of MIsb Vibbard, is doing excel
lent work, proving a great aid to the
Wednesday, December 4.
11:50 a. m. Y. "W. C. A. rooms.
Noon meeting. Praise service.
Thursday, December 5.
1 1 : :i0 a. m. Memorial Halt
Sophomore class meets.
1 1 : RO a. m. Y. W. C A. rooms.
Noon meeting. Vera Barger.
8:00 p. m. Nebraska Hall 210.
Pathological Club meets.
Friday, December 6.
11:50 a. m. Y. W. C A. rooms.
Saturday, December 7.
1631 F St.
English Club meets.
Friday, December 13.
U- all -No Tommy
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here to prpvo It Our methods aro tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the best that money can secure.
We clean tho flnost drosses and robes without danger of fading or
shrinking in any way. Wo also olean gontlomon's clothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and dollvorod. AH goods thoroughly storlllzod. Wo do
altering and repairing.
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Tho Short Lino nnd most popular
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and 8: 30 p. m., making direct connec
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Homeseekors' rates "every first and
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Ask to bo routed via tho "Great
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District Passenger Agent,
1512 Farnam St., Omaha, Nob.
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The U of N Caterer
He's in bWness for himself
at 208 So. 12th
2T-Look for tho Rod Lightfe3
Tho&. A. Coleman,
Don't forget tho intercollegiate de
bate, Friday evening, December, 13.
Kuppa Kappa Gamma will entertain
nt tho chapter houso Friday evening.
Delta Tau Delta will give n dancing
party at WoIbIi Hall Friday.
tho past, Homo sixty or Bovonty men
have attonded tho banquot, which num
bor is entirely Inadquato In vlow of
tho object. ThlH your ovory effort
will bo nmJtf to have between two and
throo hundrod of tho men Htiidonts of
ifio University proBontto do honor to
tho Cornhuskors on tho abovo dato.
8eo that you aro firoBent and iiIbo
help tho cause along by Insisting upon
Homo ono oIho coming , for Instance,
some upper olnssmnn vftio Iuib boon In
Nebrarika closed tho football season
of 1907 at St. LouIh Thanksgiving day
In .n very crodltablo mannor In spite of
tho prevailing opinion to tho contrary.
Many pooplo after having road tho re
ports or tho game woro convinced that
Nebraska did not play a good gamo
on tho closing occasion. This Is, how
over, nbt the case. Nobraska playod
dosperqtoly nnd tho reason for tho ad
verso scoro Ib to bo found In the fact
that their opponents wore for tho most
liart professional athletes and can
not bo attributed 'to any fault of the
Cornhuskor eloven. It Ih unfortunate
winging, and will bo In evidence at.
So far tho afternoon mass meetlngst
havo proven very successful. Dr. I. F.
Roach addressed tho first, held Novem
ber 24th, at which three hundred
women woro presenjt, the theater being
completely filled on tho ground floor.
Tho HorvlceH on Sunday, December'
1st, woro In chargp of Dr. Halsch of
Trinity Methodist church, nsslBteuby
Mr. Van Camp, tho soloist at the
Scovlllo evangelistic meotlngH.
Owing to thoThanksglving recess
tho usiull largo uumbor of Unlvoralty
studonlH was not present at this meet
ing but tho girls are urged to remem
ber noxt Sunday's service, led, by
Matt's placo Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 14G No. Eleventh street.
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath houBO, Eloveuth and P streets?
Tho host placo to oat, Ih town Is at
Dons Uafo 114 So. Eleventh street.
At a recent meeting of Company B
a civil organization was formed with
tho following ofllcors: President, W.
E. Byorts; vice-president, .0. M.
Mitchell; secretary-treasurer, F. A.
Jones, S, A. Mahood was elected
nhfilrmiin of Ihn -dnmnnnv T Hon
.Committee, and F. A. Jones, master
or. ceremonies, i no personnel or xno
Hop Committee will bo announced
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