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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1908)
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"tet District Leader"
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FRL NIGHT A SAT, WATT JAN. 10-11
KATH RYN' OSTERMAN
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. MABEL McCANE"
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"The Girl Over There"
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An Artistic Feature
IllustratedSong, ia8o Long, Joe"
JOHN J. WILDE
The Man of 'Many Faces
WALTER WASHBURN and
BROWNING & LE VAN
CLAYTON, JENKINS & CASPAR
"Week' CbMieRCing Monay, Jan. 6 ;
cuiTny tCTMiv m
Woman Against Woman-
Evening prices....' 15c and ,25c i
" Malinees, Wed. and Sat 15c
boats reflvd, Box ofllco opens 11 a. in.
STfc SAVINGS BANK
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F.K JOUMSON, Vice Pre.
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ATHLETIC GOODS Lawlor.
BANKS First Trust and Savings.
Central National. ,
BAKERIES Dalrymple, Folsom, Po
try. BARBER SHOPS Grand Central,
Green's Shops, Marshall, Emmert.
BATH HOUSE Chris.
BOOICf- 8T0RES Co-op; Lincoln;
CAF,Hr Savoy, Windsor, Sams, Dons,
Ci6ARS: Colo & McKenna; "Matt'a
fCIi'OTHING Farquhar; Mageo &
Deemor; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
COAL Gregory; WhltebreasL
CONFECTIONERY Dalrymple; . Lin
coln Candy Kitchen; Olympla Candy
Co., Rood, Hirschner-Morae.
DANCING ACADEMY Lincoln, Pitts'.
DENTISTS Graham; Yungblut.
DRUGGISTS Hirschner-Morae, Jer
DRY GOODS Herpolshelmer; Miller
r-& , Ealne.
FLORISTS Chapln; C. H. Frey.'
FURNISHINGS Budd; Mageo &
. Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Sterling.
HAIR DRESSER Mrs. Davis; Mme.
Ross, Mrs. J. C. Bell.
HAIR SPECIALIST Rico.
HATTERS Budd, Heflley, Lincoln
JAPANESE GOODS Akagl.
JEWELERS E. Fleming; Harris;
Myers, Tucker, Hallett, Henderson
I SUNDRIES Evans ; Merchants ;
LUNCHEONETTES Tommy, Folsom.
MILLINERY Famous; Nichols.
OPTICIANS Hallett; Myers; Shean,
PIANOS Schmollor & Mueller.
PRINTERS George Brps.; SlmmonB.
REAL ESTATE Humphrey.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch ;
.Dons; Dickinsons; r Francis Bros.;
Sams, Windsor, ,Palace Dining Hall.
SHINING PARLOR Cole & Mc
Kenna. SHOES' Beckman Bros; Cincinnati
(Hereford & Petty; Rogers & Per--kins;
SKIRTS Lincoln Skirt Co.
STATIONERY Pprter; Rood. '
TAILORS Backstrom; DreBher; El
.llqtt; Jleffley; Herzo'g; 'Ludwlg;
Scotch Wollen Mills, Union College
THEATERS Jewell; ,J!oy-d; Oliver;
Lyric, Bijou, Wqndornd, Elite.
KEYS Thorp. ;
TROUSERS Baker Pants Co. ,
Effective, November 25, thp, Wabash
will put in a very ,'low rate "of $10.00
(second-class), Chicago to.;New,.York:
-The 'Wabash. .has. tEree solid vesll-
from tne Dparbom street, station, at
12 : 043: 00, and" 11: 00 p. m. ,
Further information may be . had
from Harry E. Moores, G. A. P. D.,
Omaha, Neb. """ v
Box Writing Paper Sale
.goipg. on now, ,.5.0', per
v cent discount on.allf box
paper for the t next ten
.days. Now is the time
"to' stock upV, s -
- Prftscrlptlon Drunlsts
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extend co l' Hand.
(Continued from page one,)
to come back they wjll have to do,. it
In the dark, and take whatever the
Conference wanta tn leglBlaQJntotJi.
"It is riot exactly that the Confer
ence doesn't want Michigan back.
What Is wanted is that Michigan shall
come back as It wont out, If at all.
If the Beven-game rule had been voted
unanimously It would have appeared
as n plain 'sop' to Michigan."
"When ProfeBBor ' Patterson asked
for the training table and the abol
ishment of the retroactive feature of
the three-year r.ule, I think he was
stnting the condition on which his
school was wining to return to the
Conference. It was known that
Michigan's domandB would be laid
before the T meeting, but If it IjiBista
on such concessions as ttioae, there Is
no .chance of the school returning.
The training table issue is dead.
There, -.was not the slightest chance
cf passing that resolution,
"Michigan got to play its four-year
men-last season,,and it would be sllfy
or our part to allow them to play riion
ineligible by the Con'fer.o'ndo rules
again this season. The- last batch of
fouf-year inn will get through- college,
this year, and I suppose Michigan
wants an extension of one year more
in order to irao these men."
From the expression of the profes
sors, the collegians need not worry
much over the seven-game schedule.
It Is regarded as highly probable by
the representatives that two of the
Hchoote which voted against the meas
ure Saturday will change their votes
at he next meeting and pass the rule
by more than two-thirds count".
The frame-up of schedules will not
bo In after the time allotted to Mlchi
gan has passed, notwithstanding the
fact that the Wolverines are unlikely
t have a place on any of the pro
grames. Chicago and Wisconsin, es
pecially, will have, to hold- out, for
they were t6play Michigan accord
Jng. to the arraagenents ..of the Jato
"Bif Four" plan. ' .' . ,
"The 'Big Fpur'.wlll go through;
without doubt if Michigan should'
come back," said Coach Harry Wil-
Hams of Minnesota. "Michigan ob
jected to the movement last year, itM
iu true, but this objection was only
lodged because the school already
had decided not to heed the Confers
ence rules. I doubt if the Wolverines
had the least objection to the plan
"Wo have a tentative agreement
with Chicago for,, a game, but the;
date has not yet been settled: Wo
r.ro "in the same position 'with regaril
to Wisconsin. I cannot say whether
Michigan, will come back or not, but
If not, then wo wjU go ahead wltli a
Pig Three,' including Chicago, WIb-,
Notice Geojogy I,
Students In Geology I whose num;
hers arp from 1 to 90 will meet In
the laboratory In Museum building
next Thursday, at Tegular class time;
those whose numbers a,re above 90
will meet In chapel for letures-a
usual. . '-. ,v
Dramatic Club Meeting.
There will be ' a meetingof the
Dramatic .Club Thursday, at, 11:30 'in'
U. 10G, ' Every member Is asked, do
be present as there, Is some very Im
portant business to,' be considered.
T,ie Dally .Ncbraakan for -the e
mainder of the achooryear, $1.50. .
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.. at 208 So. 12th a.,'
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