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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WED., THUR. & THUR. MAT.,
Minnie 8upress In
The Road to Yesterday
Mat. $1.00 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 50c
FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 16
AND HIS 70 MIN8TREL8
Prices $1.50 to 25c
8AT. MAT. & EVE., OCT. 17
"FOLLIE8 OF 1907."
WEEK Of OCTOBER 12
Mat, lues.,. Thurs. and 8at., 2:15.
Frank Mostyn Kelly & Co.
JeannleTletcher, Five Arakl Japs.
Clayton and Drew.
The Misses Delmore
Maurice B. Cook.
'Bissett and 8cot&
EVE., SMS-Prlces 15c, 25c & 50c
MAT. 1,000 Seats Lower Floor &
Balcony 15c; 300 Reserved 25c.
WEEK OF OJ0BER 12
THE HOME OF NOVELTY
10c ALL SEAT8 10c
Mats. 2:00 to 5:00; Eve. 7:30 to 9
FULTON 8T0CK CO.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
" The Devil "
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" Street
LATE8T AND DEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extend a cordial
' Invitation of every University
pf Nebraska student
ADMI88ION 5 CENTS.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
Grand Opera Concert.
University Temple Theatre
October JO, and 12
Reserved Tickets 75c, $1.00 & $1 50
Re erved At G. A. Cancers
iiH Gleanings m
Tonight nt 7:30.
Rally In tho Chapel.
C. H. Proy, florlBt, 1133 O St
Join excursion to Minnesota.
Subscrlbo for tho Nobraskan.
Fare for round trip, only $7.20.
Chapln Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Aleene McEachron, '05, Is teaching
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
G. L. Plckford, '07, Is located at
Valley, South Dakota.
Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
Aleene McEachron, '05, 1b teaching
at ToblaB, Nebraska.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
G. L. Plckford, '07, 1b located at
Valloy, South Dakota.
Lost Conklln self-filling pen. Re
turn to Nobraskan office.
The Latin club will meet in Hayes
nail at 8 o'clock thlB evening..
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Miss Hazel Fall, '12, has gone to her
home In Beatrice on account of sick
ness. Theodore Benda, '08, Is teaching
German and allied branches in Wash
ington. The engagement of "Si" Reynolds,
ox '08 and Miss Burkott of Lincoln is
Come in and see our fancy vests. Just what
you want. Nothing newernothing better.
FULK, 13 a5 O
Green's barber shops, Tho Club
house and Cole-McKenna, 1132" O.
Do not forget the rally In Memorial
hall at 7:30 thir evening. Tho band
will be there.
Miss Grace McWhlnney, ex '08, will
be married Wednesday, Oct. 14, to Al
len T. Crutchor.
Professor Bessey announces that
the regular quizzes in Botany I. will
begin this week.
y Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St
Hoke Smith will speak at chapel
this, mprning at 11 o'clock. All 11.30
o'clock classes are dismissed.
.Harry H. Melick is. playing with
Marie Doro this season, under the
management Qf Charles Frohman.
Huzel Dovey, '07, of Plattamouth,
has taken up her work in-tho kinder-
jgarten school at Cleveland, Ohio.
The weeding of Hpward W. Jame
son, ex '06, and Miss Westover occurs
Wednesday, Oct 14, at 2445 J, street.
Miss Ester Bailey will be In U1O0
between 11:30 and .12 each day, to
register students lor the Dramatic
' The partnerships In the senior and
junior law classes have, been formed
and the pleading of tho caeca by tho
attornoys will soon bo hoard.
John Beckman, A. M., who was at
one time teaching In tho Lincoln high
school, is now teaching at Uio West
Port high school, Kansas City, Mo.
The Zoological club will moot at 8
j). m. to day In tho Zoological lecture
room, N 210. Reports on Inst year's
work will bo given and vacation ex
periences rolated. N
FrcBhmon will An well tn nntrnn.
Tzo those who advertlso in the Nebras-
kan. They want your trade and will
treat you right. The others don't
care for your business,
Will the person who found a Xono
phon's Greek AnabaBlB'on the sholf In
Library hall, please return tho samo at
once? Tho book Is Indexed and la
wanted by Ray E. RIor.
S. C. Loomis, attornoy-at-iaw, Now
Haven, Conn., has boon visiting tho.
past few days at Dr. E. H. Barbour's,
with whom ho waB a former class
mate at Yale university.
Miss Georgia Field, '07, is spending
the winter In Europe where she will
take up china-painting. She -was ono
of Dr. Lee's party on their trip
through tho continent this summer.
Ben Chorrlngton, ox-'lO, of Omaha,
was a spectator of the Grinnoll-Ne-braska
football gamo Saturday. Mr.
Chorrlngton is coaching tho crack Om
aha high school football team this fall.
Prof. W. C. Webster has returned
from Toronto, Canada, whero ho has
been attending the convention of the
National tax conference, as a delegate
of the university and the stato of Ne
braska. Clyde C. McWhinney,-'06r Law, 08,
a member of Nebraska's debating
team which met Minnesota last year,
visited the university yestorday.He Ja
with Dry & Hoppaugh, tho main law
firm in Salt Lako City.
There aro 4,500 students enrolled In
the University of Wisconsin this sem
ester. This is an Increase of 1,000
over last semester. Tho faculty has
also been increased Dy eighty-three
members to take care of this great In
flux of students.
L. A. Toohakor, '12, returned "from
O'Neill, where he registered for the
land drawing. He stated that at a
poll taken on the" train" 185 woro for
Bryan and 100 for Taft Ontho re
turning train the vote stood 165' for
Taft and 126 for Bryan.
J. W. Willis, ex-'10, Is in Lincoln for
a few days visit with friends. He has
been visiting with his parents at Dor
chester, Nebr., for the past few days.
While visiting In the east ttils summer
Mr. Willis contracted typhoid fever
and4 was confined to his room for six
Classes scheduled from 5 to 6
o'clock were not held yesterday after
noon and those scheduled from 4 to
5 o'clock were ( dismissed at 4:30
o'clock on acount of the presence of
Mr. Bryan. This morning all classes
scheduled for 11:30 will not meet ow
ing to the address by Hoke Smith.
Mr. Bla'ckman, the acheologlst, re
cently secured for tho -museum a, fine
collection of Indian 'utensils made of
flint They comprise 43 small arrow
heads, 3 drills, 1 steel point, 2 scrap
ers, 2 rubber stones used for tanning
purposes and 43 shell beads. These
specimens were found on the Lewis
The following young ladles came
from put of town to attend' the Kappa
Kappa 'dancing party at the .Temple
You Want Them, Don't You?
Where is there a man that doesn't
want superior clothes? Don't send
him here. We have nothing but
the Superior Quality. You want
them, don't you? Come let us
Head to Foot Clothiers
FIRST Y. M. C. A. SUPPER
Saturday, October 1 7 th.
Admission 20 cents
S) ? -
v vs a
"Oftf with Whipped Cream Candies and Ices.,
, I307 0 St. PhMisi Auti 2214, lill 456.
Saturday night and to remain over
Sunday: Otis Hassler and Eva Penny,
Wood River; Elouise Wood and Helen
Sheridan, Omaha; Mary Hanna, Wood
Lake; Florence Harford, Ashland;
Gladys and Georgia fllmpkiris, Clara
Hurdiand Marie Kesterson, Falrbury.
Because of its many out-of-town
guests, the members of Kappa Kappa
Gamma could not close their chapter
house Sunday, In honor of Miss Angy
Manning Taylqr, as did most of the
CO-ED8 WILL TAG THE UNI MEN.
Sorority Girls Will Invade Fraternities
, In Behalf of Charity.'
Two hundred and fifty university
women have responded to the call for
volunteers to asslt in the charity "Tag
Day Sale" at the University of Wash
ington. "The sororities have organized an ac
tivo campaign against the fraternity
men, In addition ' to the work down
town, and an opportunity will be given
all men to be ."tagged" for .charity.
The "Tag Day Bale" Is for the bene
fit of the Associated Charities, a non
sectarian municipal corporation, or
ganized in all largo cities for the aid,
of the tororthy poor It Is hoped to
6:00-8:00 P. M.
ORDER YOUR PUNCH IT FOLSOH'S
Hot Lunohes a Specialty. Hot Chocolate
raise $10,000 in Seattle on Saturday,
which will all be turned over to the As
sociated Charities for the use of des
Johnny Bender Talks.
"Washington has a fast but not a
championship team," says Johnny .Ben
der, Pullman's ex-coach, who saw
Coach Doblo's men in action during
secret practice yesterday aftornoon.
"The university team is light, bqt plays
in good form for this early in the sea
son. But Washington cannot hope to
win, more than halt of 'her Intercolle
giate contests tins year. '
"I know Doble well, played, against
him when he was quarterback on the
Minnesota eleven. He was without a
peer -in his day in this, position. I con
sider Doble one of the best coaches in
the Northwest He can be depended
upon to get out of your men all them
Is in them." 1
Bender is at the present time play
ing with Butte. He says there is no
truth in the statement that be is to
help coach Pullman this fall,
Student control has been effected at
Utah agricultural college, and Is (n'a'
flourishing condition. One chapel pe
riod each week Is turned over to the
students for business meetings.
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