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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, WED. A. WED. MAT.
PRICES Night, 60, 35. 25c.
Mat., 25 & 10c.
THUR8., FRI., SAT. & 8AT. MAT.
Ladles Free Opening Night.. Usual
Night 60, 35 & 25c. Mat., 25 & 10c
WED. MAT. A NIQHT, OCT. 7.
HI Henry's Minstrels
WEEK Of SEPTEMBER 21
Operated In Conjunction With the
OLLIE YOUNG AND BROTHERS
Sensational Dlabolo Players
The Girl In the Golden Frame
Famous "Singing Portraits"
and CAROLINE COOKE
InThelr Farclal Playlet,
"AFTER THE BALL"
COGAN and BANCROFT
The Roller Comedians
Four Real Singers
Marvels of Grace and Strength
Mats., Tues., Thurs. and 8at., 2:15
1,00 Seats on Lower Floor and Bal
cony, 15c; 300 Reserved at 25c.
Eve., 8:15 Prices, 15c, 25c and 60c.
PROGRAM: M0N. TIES. & WED.
THE HOME OF NOVELTY
WEEK OF 8EPT. 28
In a Comedy Musical Act
Character Singer u
Positively First Appearance of the
"QUEBEC TO NIAGARA"
"LEGEND OF NARCI88U8,r
"HAPPIEST DAY OF HER LIFE"
A Child of the Forest
All m ikes routod with stand
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Kobnllt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto ll-i5 toll 1181. 122 No. 11 th
THE UNI SMOKE HOUSE
Welcomes all Btudo its.
n rlrCS Inlaid Work a
b B - Bpeclalty,
UNI SMOKE HOUSE
118 J O Btroot
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAX'S TAILOR
Tho finost work done and prices right
Call at onr now store
1230 o St.
PERI GAME NO TEST
MUD MAKES THE FIRST GAME OF
8EA80N A FARCE.
"PIP" COOKE FINALLY RETURNS
On Dry Field Doano Contest Is Ex
pected to Allow Cornhuskers to
8how Up to Much Better
In the first game of tha Benson
Saturday the Cornhuskors defoated
Iho Peru NormalB by a score of 20 to
0. Tho game was a two act farce
comedy in a mud Betting, and noth
ing like a real exhibition of football
waa approached during tho afternoon.
The weather conditions were abomi
nable for football. For tho first timo
in a month it rained Friday night and
kept it up all forenoon Saturday, so
that by tho time tho game was called
the field was a vdritable sea of mud,
and it was well night lmpoBBible for
the players to keep their feet.
To make matters worse, it turned
very cold nfter noon on Saturday and
thlB added to tho handicap of tho
players as well as to the discomfiture
of the spectators. After tho first few
His return o practice yesterday solves
the quarterback problem which has
bothered "King" Cole forthe
past week or two.
V t-v )i m i . .
g uon z iau to see our line ot $2.50 to $5 Hats.
1 NOTHING BETTER.
moments of play It was hard to dis
tinguish one player from another and
thereafter the spectators had largely
to guess at who was who and to de
pend for amusement upon tho antics
of some of tho players In the mui
rather than upon any Bpectacular
Mud on Ball.
The ball was soon covered with a
thick layer of mud and was conse
quently very difficult to handle. Fum-
bles were many, and the kicking was
very poor. Not a single goal from
tho field was made, although tthero
were several attempts, nor was there
a- goal made from a touchdown. Tho
average distance of punts was about
thirty yards. After several attempts
at forward passes, the majority of
which were unsuccessful on account
of the difficulty In passing the ball
accurately, they were tried no more
by either team, and straight football
Vas the word from then on.
On the whole, the showing made by
Coach Cole's pupils was not particu
larly encouraging, but .their lack of
life was doubtless caused by the dis
agreeable weather conditions and a
reasonable prediction can not be
made until they aro again seen In ac
tion. It Is to be hoped that tho game
next Saturday with Doano may be
t (Continued on Pago 4)
Youngblut, dentist, 202
Tho annual roceptlon to students
uuu moir inonas win do noiu Irom
7:30 o'clock to 10:00 o'clock, it St.
Paul'B M. E. church,, cornor of Twolfth
and M stroolB this ovonlng. Now and
old students aro invited to como and
bring thoir friends. The largo Suuday
school orchostra will give several
numberB. Two short addresses will bo
mado and refreshments will bo sorvod
from punch bowlB beneath tho colors
of different Bchools and classes.
Fine shoes. 1107
An illustrated story by Goorgo C.
Shodd, onco an instructor in tho Uni
versity, appears in McCluroB Magazlno
Why not tnko your bath at ChriB'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Miss Amy Howell, of Dea MolneB, a
former Btudont of this university, Is
spending the winter with her cousin,
ProTosBor Alice Howell, of tho rhotoric
Chapin Bros, llorists, 127 So. Thlr.
At present the enrollment in Botany
1 1b larger than ovor before. This
class has a total of 247 members and
it has been found necessary to divide
it Into threo divisions.
Green's barber shops, Tho Club
house- and Colo-McKenna, 1132 O.
MIbb Ada Ewing, 1908, 1b teaching
German and American history in tho
Superior high school.
The enrollment in tho department
of political Bcience and sociology is
nearly double that of last semester.
Albert W. Aron, A. M., who was a
follow In tho department of German
at this university last year, is now
a teaching fellow In German In tho
University of Wisconsin.
Freshmen will do well to patron
ize those who advertise In tho Nebras
kan. They want your trade and will
treat you right. The others don't
care for your business.
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Miss Wilhelmina Horald, 1908, Is
teaching Latin and German at the
Wisnor high school.
MIbs Millicent StebblnB, who was a
scholar In German at this Institution
In 1907, took an A. M. in tho Universi
ty of Illinois last June. She is now
visiting at different eastern universi
ties. Bob Dunley, Law, 1909 is in busi
ness with his father and will not be in
school this year.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Henry Clapp, of, Elmwood, is visit
ing a few days with his Sigma Alpha
Epsllon fraternity brothers.
.Captain Longer of
linn . .
j vuuiuuuy iHi
captain of the ""Sheldon Shouters."
The announcement of the engage-
ment of "Tow" Cotton an "N" football
man, to Miss Jennotto Luman ot Salt
Lako City is reported.
See Ludwlg about your clothes,
Ed. Famllton, ox-1909, has accepted
a position with the Burlington raffle
department in Chicago.
Regent George Coupeland of Elgin,
was in' tho city yesterday.
You may have pennants
but if you have not the
nave not trie oest.
THE CO-OP, 318 No.
H. M. Poston, of Stromsburg, has
registered for non-rosldont work in tho
Camoron's lunch countor, 123 So.
Alvin E. EvanB, Ph. D of Euroka
College, 111.., nnd at ono time a stu
dent of tho University of NobraBka, 1b
now omployed as Instructor In Latin
at tho University of Washington.
Mother's dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. PrlceB from ono cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
Boarder wanted, 1346 S St.
Beatrice Clark, 1907, is teaching mu
sic at Madison.
Paul E. Marvin, ox-1910, is studying
architecture at tho University of Ill
inois. Edna Flock, ox-1910, is teaching
school at Wood River.
Vera Darung, 1907, 1b Instructor of
sclonco at Beatrice high school.
Wilma Wocd, 1908, and Eltsa War
nick, 1908, are instructors in tho North
Bond city scnoois.
Frank E. Boers, 1905, is principal of
Boatrico aigh school. Mrs. Boers, noo
Margaret Grlmlson, 1904, is teaching
in the same school.
Julian Ball, ox-1911, is assistant
right-of-way man for tho Burlington
Don McMasters, 1910, has returned
Dlabolo, the new game which ret
London and New York afire, is shown
to Lincoln audiences for the first time
by Ollio Young and brotheis nt the Ma
jestic this week. This quartet ,bas
been hero before, but their o'ldeuyors
with the string gamo nnd tho hoops
make them, feature artists on many
bills. The Rialto Quartet, hailed as
real singers can r.oally, ning and pro-
RAnt ttlAlr annira In a i1nni ...
two roller comedian K Coogon and
uancroit, deserve more applause than
I "-- " . vuuiu liui, GVUMIUft, VUttl
ut "rBl Beoea 10 ue a. poor number
i a 1 j i .
later proves to be aim of thn h.f nn
tho bUI In L,nden Beckwkh in original
Dlclurea ad old songs. There is one
real gocd Joko ln a tavc P'aylot "Alter
thn Rflll " It la nrntt l.n.l...
tho Ball." It is worth hearln.
to decorate vour room
CO-OP pennants you .
Ilth, Lincoln, Neb,
Grand Opera Concert
University Temple Theatre
October JO and J2
Ructved TickeU 75c. J 1. 00 &c$l5Q
Re erved at G. A Crtacmn
Why not send the Nebraskan to
ho folks they would enjby it, and
It saves letter writing.
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