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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT AT 8:15
Prices $1.50 to 50c
8ATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 31
MLLE. EMMA CALVE
Ore $2.50. Bal. $2 & $1.50. Gal. $1
MOTXTUENrQHT8 TJovTA 3
LOUI8 JAME8 IN
WEEK OF OCTOBER 26
MR. AND MR8.
In "the Half-Way House."
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$10,000 Troupe of Canine Actors
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MAT8 Tub., Thur. & 8at 15 & 25c
WEEK Of OCTOBER 26
All Records of Attendance Broken
Second Week Second
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PRICES 15o and 25o.
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LATE8T AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT87
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPE8
119Norlh 11th St., HUH Block
L, J. HERZOG.
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR.
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new store
1230 o St.
A)l makes rented with nUivt
$3 Per Month.
Bargains In Babullt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Do Your Washing
W Gleanings w
Team loaves at 6:00 p. m.
C. H. Prey, florist, 1133 O St.
Cornell linH 3,440 enrolled this year.
Soe that window. 304 N. 11th St.
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Who sells fountain penB? The Unl.
Camoron's lunch counter, 123 So.
"B6okB and ThlngB'." Where? 340
No. 11th St.
Beckman Bros. Fine shoeB. 1107
Michigan yell leaders are crying for
some new football songs.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Lee Greensllt, '08, Is principal of
the Gothenburg high school.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
I believe I will go to the University
Book store today and get thnt pin.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O
The freshyiun clasB meeting will not
be held until Tuesday, November 10.
Green'B barber shops. The Club
house and Colo-McKonna. 1132 O.
An alumnus of California has do
nated a cup for the winner of the in-
terclasB cross country run.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 8o. Eleventh St
The girls at Wisconsin are starting
a movement for caps for the freshmen
Alfred Shrubb, the ctiamplon long
distance runner, is coaching the How
ard distance athletes.
Ashbel, the girl's literary society of
ToxaB, has given a large stained-glass
window to the university.
DePauw held Old Glory Day last
It's getting cold now is the time to buy a sweater
vest don't put it off until our line is broken. Come
in and see ours. Prices are right.
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Saturday. It was a combination of
field day and memorial day.
Coach Catlln sprang a surprise at
Iowa Wednesday by drilling the Hawk
eye squad in tho West Point setting up
Yale will celebrate the 150th anniver
sary of tho birth of Noah Webster this
month. Webster's Dictionary was
written at Yale.
Iowa university badly needs a stu
dent directory, says the Dally Iowan.
As yet no ono has taken up tho mat
ter of Issuing one.
The University of the State of
Washington has organized a women's
rooters club to sing songs and yell at
tho football games.
In the Y. W. C. A. membership con
test the white side, under tho leader
ship of Vera Barger is ahead with sixty-one
-The junior class at California has
resolved to wear plugs, but the powers
in authority are having trouble en
forcing the regulation.
Northwestern has started a mission
fund tq. be devoto4 to maintaining a
professorship in the proposed Anglo-
Chinese college of Singapore. ,
Ground waB broken last week for
the new ohemical laboratory at Mich
igan. It is to cost $200,000, and is b
be finished before October 1, 1909.
California is planning a museum of
vertebrate zoology to coBt $14,000 and
a boating tunnel from the heating
nlnAt tn iVia nnm llhrnrv in onnf $1K.
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The Daily Iowan attributes Iowa's
defeat by -Missouri to "hot weather,
choking dust, saffron -hued officiating
by Cornell or Indiana, injuries and rot
Kansas has a. now Itnnln Hnnln
song. The rofraln Is a tlroBomo rope- '
tltlon of the word, Boola, ending with
a Btatemont as to what Kansas will
do to MIbboo.
The regents of Michigan havo ap
pointed a committee to go over the
account) of former Socretary Wado.
Ho has been accused of misappropri
ation of funds.
Pennsylvania 1 to have a pueh ball
contest thlB yeor for tho first time.
It replacoB the wala contest of las4
year. A stuffed ball six foot In ill
nmotor will be used.
At present tho number of studonts
registered at Michigan Ib ono hun
dred and Blxty-flve groator than at a
corresponding tlmo last year. The
present enrollment Is 4.B30
William II. NolBon, editor and own
er of tho Kansas City "Star," has
given $200 towardB tho establishment
of fellowships in industrial chemlBtry
at tho University of Kansas.
Missouri has a lightor schedule than
has K. U. thlB season. Tho Tlgora
have ten days' rest before tho Turkoy
day clash while tho Jayhawkors travel
all the way to Iowa City and back.
Illinois university Ib trying to ralBO
enthusiasm, as well ah funds, for the
erection of a Btudont building. ProBi
dent James, in an .addresB at con
vocation Wednesday, advocated the
The Cosmopolitan club of Michigan
has membors from Germany, Spain.
Russia, Bulgaria, Poru, Greece, Tur
key, Poland, tho East Indies, Hawaii
Armenia, Norway, China, Japan and
The "Sribblor," tho monthly literary
magazine of tho University of Illinois
Ib to be rejuvenated. This reminds
Missouri upper claBBmen of the long
defunct and much lamented Asterisk.
Why not revive it?
The Cornell Dally Sun has an odl
torial on "Drill, tho Course of Cor
nell's Athletics." It objects to tho
system by which only a limited num
ber of men are excused from drill for
working on tho team.
J. L. Derkindoren, secretary of tho
Y. M. C. A., while attending tho Col
umbus biblo study conference, re
ceived strong Inducomonts to remain
in the eaBt. After serious delibera
tion he has decided to roturn to Ne
braska. 1325 O
At Purdue tho junior engineers have
heretofore been roqulred to write
essays on assigned subjects, tho ma
terial being given them; but hereafter
this will bo changed into a seminar
course In which the enginoors will re
port their Investigations of original
Washington University has securod
a new coach for the mandolin club,
Mr. Devowux, who is a Frenchman
and comes highly recommended. Ho
appeared In concert work during tho
world's fair at St. Louis and has since
been engaged as director of the or
chestra. Professor Kleinsmld, a psychologist
in DePauw university, has advised
that every freBhman bo ducked and!
his high school ways washed out or
him. "Tho very beBt medicine for
treshraen," said tho DePauw educa
tor. "Is to catch them In their best
'bib and tuck' and duck them in tho
The senior social committee will
meet In U. 10., Friday at 5 o'clock.
The" members of the committee are
Miss Arnold, Miss Snyder, MIsb Wood
worth, Miss Kruckenberg, Miss Fink,
Miss McCoid, Miss Bryan, MJss Hor
ton, Miss Day, Miss HolcombeTEfmory
Leimer, C. B. Toof, J. L. Tatum, N. C.
Mills, J. R. Smith, L. A. Gregory. Im
portant business to bo discussed. Ira
S, Bigger, chairman.
A system of "loan scholarships" has
been Introduced at Purdue. By these
scholarships ono may borrow money
from a fund established for that pur
pose, and pay the same back into
the fund one year after graduation.
This is certainly- a novel as well as a
practical way of assisting needy but
deserving students through a univer
sity course, as'it appears that there
are no special scholarly requirements
attached to the plan. , '
This is tho nmvest Footwear on the market.
Very stylish, a novelty for tho best dressers.
Ask to see them in our Shoo Department.
For tho Col logo Miss wo hIiow a Royal High
Cut Shoe. High arch, medium narrow too,
welt sole. Patent Colt, imitation Kid or
cloth top. Dull or Tan Calf, Lace or Button,
the most stylish shoe on tho market.
Head to Foot Clothiers
I The Skirt Store m EJ'
8 Suits, Skirts, Waists, rurs, Jackets,
Coats, Petticoats, Etc.
It will pay you to try this store first. You save
money by trading at
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1 THE STYLES
in Suits and Overcoats this season af
ford every man an opportunity to ex
ercise his individual taste, with regard
to fabric and model.
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