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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1908)
THE DAIEY NEBRASKAN.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from ono cent up.
308 So. Eleventh SL
Harry CharlotOn, 1910, was takon
sick with pneumonia and romoved to
Dr. Wllmuth's hospital a weok ago. Ho
Is recovering slowly, but vvlll bo out
of school tho remainder of this Bomos-
Freshmen will do well to patron
ize those who advertise In the Nebras
kan. They want your trade and will
treat you right. Tho others don't
care for your business.
TODAYS" MATiJ 2:30 ." TNKHrfTe
Hi H nry's Minstrels .
Mat., 50 & 25c. Night, $1.00 to 25c
THURSDAY nIgHT OCT. 8
In "The Rejuvenation "of Aunt Mary"
PRICE8 $1.50 to 50c.
Wfff GIRLS LEAV)TllOME
FRI., SAT.& SAT. MAT., OCT. 9-10
From Head to Foot
C. H. Prey, florist, 1183 O SL
Subscribe for tho Nobraskan.
Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
Alpha Phi will give a house party
We Fit You Out
WEEK OF OCTOBER 5
The Popular Home of Vaudeville,
Always Feature Bills. Com
pare Them and 8ee for
FOUR BARD BROTHEB8
America's Greatest Gymnasts
DEL C08TA QUARTETTE'
Operatic and Popular Selections
MYLE8 MCCARTHY & CO.
"THE RACE TOUT'S DREAM"
The Hebrew Jester
SPERRY AND RAY
BILLY AND THE GIRL
That Funny Messenger Boy
Mats., Tues., Thiirs. and 8at, 2:15
1,000 8eats on Lower Floor and Bal
cony, 15c; 300 Reserved at 25c.
Eve., 8:15 Prices, 15c, 25c and 50c
WEEK OF OCTOBER 5
Extra Vaudeville Attractions
MI88 ELSIE GRE8HAM
E. ALLEN MARTIN
(Late of the Martin 8tock Co.)
JUGGLING BANNAN8 -
In a' Wonderful and Bewildering
MR. JACK WILD
"O'BRIEN HA8 NO PLACE TO
Positively First Appearance of
A Child of the Forest
FOREST TO FIRESIDE
An Interesting Topicaii Production
The Outcome of Jealousy
THE GAMBLER'S NIGHTMARE
10c C ALL 8 EAT 8 10c
"JVIats. 2 to 5. Eve, 7:30 to 3.
Lawrence MacDavItt, 1910, loaves
today for a brief visit to Beatrice.
Beckman Bros. Flno shoes. 1107
Chris Relmers, 1909, returned to the
Hugh Wallace Is vlBitlng at the Al
pha Theta Chi house.
A swell line of fraternity paper at
340 North Eleventh street.
Stuart P. Dobbs has charge of the
senior football candidates.
A complete line of pennants at the
University Book Store.
Kappa Alpha Theta will hold a
house party Friday evening.
Engineering smoker at Alpha Theta
Chi house Saturday evening.
Now fraternity paper In. 340 North
Phi Delta Theta will entertain at a
house party Saturday evening.
Lost Conklln self-fllllng pen. Re
turn to Nebraskan office.
Phi Delta Phi will hold a smoker
at the Delta Upsllon house tomorrow.
Q. P. Putnam's Sons are Issuing u
notable volume of esBayB by Professor
PI Beta Phi will give an informal
dance at the chapter house Friday
Where Hare 8tands.
LINCOLN, Nobr., Oct. 6. Because
of the fact that certain reports, com
promising my position and candidacy
for president of the sophomore clasB,
have gained public audience, I feel
.that in justice to my frionds who have
loyally encouraged and assisted mo,
and to myself as well, that my posi
tion should be definitely understood.
As tho 'first candidate in tho field,
having announced myself as early as
registration weok, It is not possible
for me to be represented as a compro
mise' candidate. My candidacy was tho
result of tho encouragement given mo
by friends, and in part to a personal
desire to havo tho honor of represent
ing my class as president
Howover, to attain this end I havo
not bound myself In any way to any
part or elemont of the class. Neither
havo I made any promises to any in
dividual momber thereof except inso
far that I would endeavor to admin
ister the affairs of the class as care
fully and as efficiently as I could, hold
ing in mind the welfare and prestige
of the class, I am not affiliated with
any fraternity nor with any other or
ganization that supports me alone.
My relations with my -opponents are
of the most cordial nature, and I re
gard these students as worthy and
competent men in all respects. In
whatever way I feel that my Influence
should be wielded at any time, I will
do so of my own free will, and in that
direction which I believe will prove
of greatest benefit to the class in gen
eral. Truthful publicity should guldo the
Dramatic Club Pins. Chemical Club Pins. Engineer
ing Society Pins. Pallidum Society Pins. Union Society
Pins. School of Music Pins Pershing and Workizer
Pins. Class and Fraternity Pins to order.
HALLETT, Unl Jiwtlir 1143 0 Established 1171
It is not too late to order your Uni
form and by purchasing the same
at our store you get the Mayer
Bro.'s Quality. This quality is
known as the superior quality. It
embodies the best of fabric and
workmanship. .Every garment is
inspected,, detail by detail and it
must be perfect before we send the
garment to you
Try us once you will be pleased with
the Mayer Bro.'s Quality. . .
We also fit you out
from head to foot in
Dress and School
Suits. . : . . .
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SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER J0TH '
Chl Omega will give an Informal
dance at their chapter hpuso Saturday
Why not take your bath- at ChrlB'
1329 "O" Street.
1330 "O" Street.
LATEST AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management, extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of 'Nebraska student. j
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
Grand Opera Concert
University Temple Theatre
October 10 and J2
Reserved Tickets 75c, $1.00 & $1,50
Reserved at G,' A. Crancera
Amos Thomas, law 1910, leaves to
day for a"Bhort business trip to Omaha
r. J. Bryan will address'the. univer
sity stude.ntB In the" Temple Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Have your clothes pressed at
Wetter's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
' Candidates for senior football team
will meet at library steps today at 11
a. m. Important
Wanted Student to do stenographic
work. Call 205 Administration build
ings At a meeting of senior lawB yester
day, C. P. Peterson was elected law
editor of the 1909 Cornhusker.
Green's barber shops, The Club
house and Cole-McKenna, 1132 Or
That's all. " "
The German Club will meet Thurs
day evening at the home of Professor
Fossler, 1547 South Seventeenth street,
8 p, m.
Governor Charles Hughes will speak
-at" the auditorium at 9 o'clock this
tfjorning. All 9 o'clock'classes are dismissed.
attitude and actions of every man and
women in the class. A. M. HARE.
Kiddo Not in Race.
LINCOLN, Nobr., Oct. 5. While I
bath house. Eleventh and P streets ?lappreclate to tho fullest extent the
hQnor my friends would' do mo In ad
vancing my name as that of a candi
date for president of the freshman
class, yet circumstances are such that
I must refuse to allow my name to be
used further hi this connection.
GUY C. KIDDOO.
Regular five-year courses will be of
ferod this year for tho first time at
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology. These courses, which like tho
regular four-year courses lead to the
degree of bachelor of science, are de
signed to meet the needs of those stu
dents who wish to complete In five
years the work of two allied courses
or to combine with the work of a sin
gle course a larger proportion of gen
eral studies, and of those who wish to
distribute the work of a single course
over five years without taking addi
tional studies. "
Although the normal length of the
institute course has been from ltn
foundation four years, five-year
courses have been possible and have
been taken to a large extent in recent
years. There has been, however, no
regulation of these courses, the stu
dent, being left ior the greater part
to work them out himself.
ALL ENGINEERING STUDENTS INVITED
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