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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1908)
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FIRST HOME GAME.
(Continued from page one.)
March G Iowd; at Iowa City.
March 7 Qrlnnoll, at Qrlnnoll. Iowa.
Thor following Is tho record of the
MuBcatlno'flvo to date:
' ' '" nents. catlno.
YM U. A., .Muscatine 36 45 5
Morrison 111.' 37 45
SDUth-Havon, Mich 29 59
Hono College, Michigan 26 70
Y. M. D. A., Zeoland, Mich. 36 77, ,
Y. M. C. A., Grand Rapids. .14 58
Y. M. UTATTJotfoir. T-. 777730 . 37
'"Y: M. C. A., Hamilton, On- '
..tarlo 43 28
M. C. A.,' Toronto, On-
., tario ... 37 53
Y. M. O. A., Albany, N. Y. .16 63
TT: Mr-OrAKochoster; ;
N. Y 41
N. P. Club, Baltimore 41
Athletic Club, Alexandria,
' Va 13
Second Roglment, Washing
1Y. W. C. A., Charlottesville,
Va. ." 22
Athletic Club, Cincinnati,
' Ohio 31
Krobs Team, Hamilton, O. .19
Wabash College . . .35
Yv' M". G. A., Indianapolis; ,3S
X, .M. C. A., Peoria 28,
Motoors, Chicago 20
- "Victories, 18; defeats, 1.
Tho line-up of the Muacatliic five
will be as follows:
.Fuller "..Ik,. It. F.
Volgar L. F.
"Kantz . . , L. F.
Hayes R. F.
-Williams '. L. F.
Morgan L. F.
IJlllbrldgo . . . C.
Vl1lIams ..:'..... ;' C.
(Continued from page one.)
"' JoGrand Cherry. ' !
J. W. Thomas.
J. O. JKnode, -
B. M. Rutledgo.
Senior 'Class Pin. -J 1
" The revised "08 Class pin has been
,Tccelv,ed by the. pin cpmpijltteV and a
class nleeting will be callexr Thurs
day for the purpose of thpformal ac
ceptance of tho pin. Ml seniors are
TcquesIe1aettireT4Q--tfttend . tho class
meeting oiv boo the pin, which will be
worn by one of the committee in the
Library Wednesday and Thursday,
and the orders will be takeri Friday.
A. H. MILLER, Chairman.
A special boxing class will meet at
the Armory af 7:30 Thursday even
ing. P. R. Wedge, ex-welterwelght
champion of the west, now a student
' nfc this University, will conduct the
. clasB. Jack Be$t, tho veteran train
..jnr, will superintend the work. Tb
-Blzoof-the-class will be-limited. Stu
dents are requested to hand In their
names to Jack Best at once. I
t A racuity gymmTsinm classes' to "be
organized under the direction of Dr.
1 jjClapp. It will meet In chapel at five
"o'clock this aftornoop for organlza
j Professor Wilson has Just completed
' " a book of case's oh Suretyship which Is
said to be a most excellent' work on
Football has been re-established at
Northwestern University.. Next' year
thby will play three games.
For 8ale. j
..For Sale Journal route In good lo-
C caliO rAddreBB- 600 Nebraskan.
i.!'- .Pathological' Club meetaThurBday,
January 9, at"8: 00' p? m.", In" room" 3' Ne
braska Hall. Important business,-
Tailored Suits . . ' .
Women's Qol,ored Coats . .
Caracul e Coats . . . .
Children's Coats . .
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Evening Wraps . '..'.,
Fur Pieces . .
Fur Sets and Muffs . , ' .. ,
Gheyenne Hats, castor,
Dramatic Club Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the
Dramatic Club Thursday a 11:30 in
U. 106. Every member Is asked to
be present as there Is some very Im
portant business to be considered.
Three passenger trains leave Lin
coln every day via tho Missouri Pa
cific at 8:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m., and 10:15
p. m. Through pullman sleeper for
Kansas City leaves every night at
10:15 p. m. The day express for Kan
sas City and St. Louis leaves at 8:00
a. m. For full information regarding
rates, connections etc., call at city
ticket ofllco, southwest corner Twelfth
and O streets. Depot, corner Ninth
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale dally
round trip tickets to all the winter
resorts of the south New Orleans,
Gulf-Coast-polnta,-Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time tabfo and all informa
tion address Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. R., Omaha, Neb.
Talk to Ludwlg about your clotheB.
Clements' photos are tho best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshal, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Have your clothes pressed at Wob
er'B Sultorium, Cor. 11th and-O.
Hayden, photographer, special ratea
to students. 1127 O street,
Go to 'Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
for-chlropody, - -
Green's barber shops are the best
Dining Hall. No lunch
Try Pranqls.Bros.' restaurant, 100 P
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. at.
O. H. Frey, florist,.. 1133 O St
Do Your Washing
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light blue, light brown, up
Tickets Limited to 80
HOT and COLD 'SODA
132 NO. -tirffY.
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