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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1908)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15
THE WITCHING HOUR
Prices $1.50, $1.00 and 50c
WED. MAT. AND. EVE. OCT. 28.
The Sunny Side of Broadway
Mat 50c and 25c. Eve $1.00 to 25c
THURSDAY NIGHT, OCT. 29
WEEK Of OCTOBER 26
MR. AND MRS.
In "the Half-Way House."
M'CREA & CO. FANTON TRIO.
$10,000 Troupe of Canine Actors
BARRY GEO. W.
MI8S ALVA YORKE
Charming English Commedlenne
MATS Tub., Thur. & Sat 15 & 25c
WEEK Of OCTOBER 26
All Records of Attendance Broken
Second Week Second
The Greatest Success of the
" The Devil "
Presented by the
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MATINEES Wed. and Sat., at 2:15
EVERY NIGHT AT 8:15.
PRICES 15c and 25c.
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" Street.
LATEST AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
O. R. lAOLF & CO.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES
119 North 11lh St., Ullli Block
L. J. HERZOC
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
The finest work demo and pric'os right
Call at our now store
1230 o St.
All makes rontod with Btant
$3 Per Month.
Rargalns In Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1155-Boll 1181. 123 JTo. Uth
Do Your Wishing
W. Gleanings jj
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O SL
Wisconsin hns n socialists' club tblj
Chapln Bros, llorlsts, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Northwestern has appointed a phy
sician for the football squad.
Cameron's lunch counter, 123 So.
The freshmen cane spree team at
Princeton to in need of heavy men.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
Henry Clapp of ISlmwood spent Sun
day at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
A women's choruB of ono hundred
has been organized at Northwestern.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
TheBtudent council of Phillips acad
emy, consisting of fifteen men, has
Greon'B barber Bhops, Tho Club
house and Colo-McKonna, 1132 O.
Arrangements are botug mado for
a big reunion of the Boston Tech.
alumni next Juno.
Harry Porter, the School Supply
Man, 1123 O St.
Ernest Kroger, fullback on the Ne
braska football team, spent Sunday at
his homo in Polk
Havo,t your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Tho forestry clasB of California Is
8 It's getting cold now is the time to buy a sweater $
$ vest don't put it off until our line is broken. Come
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spending ton days in a logging camp
near tho university.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
Ray West, Law '01, is practicing tn
Basin, Wyo. Mr. WeBt wasjormorly
engaged n bunking.
Mmo. Marcella Sombrlch will sing
In the choral union series ol con
certs at Michigan this yeaf.
Copies of tho democratic campaign
text book have been placed in the
university law library for distribution.
Part of tho fence of the athletic
field at Wabash was' destroyed last
Friday by a fire' set by a locomotive.
Tho sophomore class will meet to
day at 11:30 a. m. for the election, of
ofllcors and for other important busi
ness. L. E. Brown, Bob Thompson and
Hugh Wallace, former unlyerslty mon,
have beon visiting at Alpha Thota Chi
J. O. Wentworth, '08, spent Sunday
In tho .city. Mr.' Wentworth is "with
,'ho Nebraska Central Building & Loan
Earl Trump, junior law, who fleeced
froBhmon last week, was fined '$75 and
costs In tho practice courts Saturday
before Justice' Rice.)
Resorved seatd at Harry Porter'.
for Ames-Nebraska game at Omahu,
November 7. On sale Wednesday.
Tickets $1.25 to 1.60.
There are two dallies at Yule now
the Ynlo Now a, a morning papor, and
the Student's Dally Post, which up
pears in the evening.
'I he women's league of North west
ern will hold a good-for-nothing party.
Each guest Is leiiueBted to bring Honit
thlng which has puusod to bo or use J
The inter-fraternity athletic council j
will meet In Dr. Clnpp's offlce today
atll a. in. Tho council will consldei
arrangements for the next Indoor fra
Kansas university has decreeed thai
the Thanksgiving gamo with Missouri
will be played in Kansas City or not
at all. Tho matter has boon waiting
for some time for some one to do
cree. The junior class at WabaBh Is con
sidering plans for reviving the Qulto
non, tho college alumni. The book
had boon published by the Junior
class, but none has appeared since
The class athletic board will meet
Wednesduy, October 28, in tho Corn
husker offlce of the Administration
building at 1 o'clock p. m. Three rep
resentatives from each claBB will at
It seoms tho seniors at the Mass
achusetts Institute of Tecnology are
either lacking in clasB loyalty, or are
panic stricken. Only Blxty-ono of
tho whole class have paid their class
dues as yet.
The Cornell rolerence "book, which
Is published every ton years, has Just
appeared. It gives n list of all the"
trustees, faculty and students, with
their present uddressos. Tho book
sells for two dollars.
J. H. Willis, '10. has beon in tho
city for Bovoral days. Ho 1ms Just
recovered from typhoid fever but
rnces are rignt. $
hopes to be in school next semester.
During the next few months ho will
be on a ranch In western Nebraska.
A want ad column win have a place
in tho Nobraskan horoaftor. This is
mado necessary by tho number of In
quiries on lost ads. Special attention
will be given to such ads inthe fu
ture. The want "ad volumn may be
found on page four.
Tho Zoological club of the Univer
sity of Nebraska will meet this even
ing at 8 o'clock in the zoological lec
ture room N. 210. Tho program will
be: "Tho Tanoworm of Blrda." ro-
llowed by Goorge R LaRuQ. A
I Elood-Inhabltlng Castodo," by Henry
B. Ward. -
John McVlcker, one of the commis
sioners In charge of tho government of
Dob Moines, will address the members
of tho Intercollegiate debating squad
at 3 p. m. this afternoon In U, i07A.
Mr. McVlcker comes to Lincoln to
speak at tho banquet given by the
Lincoln commercial' club at tho Lin
coln hotel this evening. At Prof.
Fogg's Invitation he has agreed to dis
cuss tho question of tho' commission
form of government before the' squad.
Dick Grant, Harvard. ox-'07, Is Min
nesota's" track coach for 1908-9. There
has been a long-felt need for a fall
track coach who could lead tho work
generally. Dr, 'Williams has always
been busy, in fho fall with football
and bo's had no time 'to. devote to prd
llmlnary track work.
It is a self-evident fact that
the Mayer Bros. Quality must be a supeVior
quality. No one but a number of the lead
ing manufacturers contribute their product
ions to our assortment. Such makers as
Rogers Peet, Brokaw Bros., etc. Each of
these manufacturers have exclusive novel
ties of their own; novelties ihat go to make
up our superior quality. Thus you have
for your selection a line of overcoats that
can not be duplicated, for we are sole
agents for these lines in Lincoln.
$12.50 to $35
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY TO FLY.
Aeronauts Adopt Class Yell and Qet
Ready to Fly.
Now York, Oct. 24.
Hey, diddle, dlddlo, ha, ha, ha;
Columbia In Cloudland, rah, rah, rah!
Amended College Yell.
Columbia university's class in aero
nautics, the vury latest addition to
the largo curriculum on Moringslde
Heights, proved that It Is hero Jo stay
by adopting the aforesaid aerial chirp
t-wlthoul a dissenting vote
meeting broc up tho class was letter
perfect In the lofty lament and turned
It loose with enthusiasm.
"Bully!" said Projessor William-Hal-lock,
who will have charge of tho
wing department, "Now that we've
mastered our nnthemtho rest Is easy.
All we have to do Is to go ahead and
After a hearty breakfast ot birdseed
and stewed feathers tho new class got
down to business without delay. Grov
er Cleveland Loenlng was the first
student of skypllotology to arrive.
Paradoxical as it may seem, he pias
the head and foot of- tho class. No,
he Is not twins. Th6 situation he
comes clearer when It Is explained
that Loenlng Is tho only member of
"Loenlng" Is the only student taking
the 'course at present," said ono of the
faculty. "Many of the other students
have jthe matter under consideration.
Loenlng Is a thorough Btudent. Re
got his, A. B. last June. Now-ho
working for his B. D,"
"What is that?" asked tho reporter.
"Balloon driver," ' was the ,roply.
"Wo have received many Iqtters frota
tho fathers of young men under our
charge. They are urging their 'sons,
to learn to fly, because they figure' out
that If the boys stick to the skyline
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they wont squander as much as If
they remained on Broadway."
"Do vou expect any of the students
to fly this yoor?"
'Several have flown already'
laughod the professor. 'But, seriously,
t don't oxpect any of tho class to
exceed tho speed II mil. Half a dozen
.ears from now It will bo different.
All the students will fly to and from
school. So suro Is tho faculty ofthls
that a commltteo has been named to
select a site for an aeroplane garage."
Tuesday 27 Sophomore class. Mem
orial Hall, 11:30 a. m.
Tuesday, 27 -Convocation, Dean Chas. '
E. Fordyco1, "The Teachers'' Col
lege." Wednesday 28 Dramatic Club Tryout
Engineering Society meeting In the
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