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THE DAHY NEBRASKAN
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WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2
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"A BIT OF BLARNEY."
NOVELTY DANCING FOUR
JOHNNY J. HUGHES.
HARRY KRATON & CO.
"A DAY IN HOOPVILLE."
MR. LEO FILLIER
The Russian Violinist
RICE AND, ELMER
The Chlrfaman and Rube
A COMEDY TRIPLE BAR ACT
FERN AND MACK
CLEON.E PEARLE FELL
Comedienne and Dancer
MAT TUE5VTHUR8. & FR1. 2:15
1329 uO" 8treet
1334 Ow Street
LATEST AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Manafement extends a cordial
Invitation of ever University
of "Nebraska student
ADMISSION & CENTS.
Change of Program Men', 'arid Thur.
G. R.UOLP fcCO.
CIGARS, T0BACCO AND PIPC8
119 North 11th St., LlttH Block
l. j. herzoc
the University maits tailoh
The-fineab work dono and prices right
''(!!all;at our ndw'atore'
1330 o St.
All' mak rented wlh atonal
3 Per Month.
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LINCfiN TYPWRIIM' EXCHJWKK
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Thursday1, Nov.1 & " "S
Touchers' Association, Chancellor
Andrews, St. Paul's 'Church, 8 p.m.
Thursday, P. Dramatic club social at
Dramatic club rooms. Temple, 8
Friday, Nov. 6
Teachers Association, President D.
I. Wheeler: o California Unlvor
sjty 8, p, m. :
Saturday,., 14. KamjsNobrafllw Jfaot
.olVgjuqe. ' r'. ,
ball game. ' '1
Saturday, Nev. if fj
Tharsda, gO.-WbMhiKebrsIca Coot-
bo.Ugamo. . ' '
. ThaHksghfiag. recoaa begins,. t
,, V,f'r; Deeemherv,
Wednesday, December; j
W Gleanings w
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Esther Wood, '08, of Poncu, is visit
ing university. friendB.
Youngblut, dentist, 202
Superintendent C. M. Ban of Wnaoo
was on the campuK yesterday.
Pine shoes. 1107
OttlB Knssler, '08, who Jh tonchlny
nt Wood Rlvor, is in the city.
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Miss Helen Hendrie, '07, of Fremont
high school, is visiting In the city.
Grccn'B harbor shops. The dob-
house and Colo-McKonnn, 1132 O.
Miss Kleanor Andrews of tho Wa
hoo schools Jb visiting old university
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from ono cent up.
308 So. Eloventh St
Miss Jano Dunt, '08, of Fremont, is
in the city attending the teachers as
sociation. A meeting of the freshman class
will be hold at 11:30 o'clock Tuesday
morning, November 10.
Miss Abbie Stowart, 'OS, who is now
teaching at Fremont, was a campus
Thorn u si Flen)jng,,'Q5, nowisuppriji;
tendent of the Lyons city schools, Is
a guest at Alpha Thetu Chi house.
Miss Anna Howard of Fremont, a
We can show you an up - to
and Earl and Wilson Shirts.
stiff bosoms $1.50 to $3.50.
former summer school studont of tho
university, was on the campus yes
terday. 0 t
Mr. It. C. Stezenka of VHber and S.
C. Stoner of Osceola returned from
'their homcuBpyesterday, where they hfij
gone to vote.
Superintendent A. H. Waterhouso
and Principal A. It. Congdon of thq
Fremont city schools were university
Opening Hop of Omaha High: ScUpol
to bo held at Romp ball voofp at Oma-'
ha, Saturday, evening, Noyember 7,
'1908, at & o'clock. Ight'of Ari$
Nebraska game. Admission, ticket
may bo secured from Randall Curtis.
Admission 1.5Q. 4tr34'
Purdue seems to be thoonly unl
vorslty itt tho country where th,e fresh
man arcnot carrying off the inter-class1
football honors. " ,
3ds must attend all future foot
ball games-without maje escorts, This
is the unanimous doclslon reachod by
10 vw.nnniotyh,e leryjof Mv
lngton . nt a mass meeting' held in
Clarke hall yesterday afternoon. Bet
ter rooting Is expected to Result "from
this qctldh. Thecced'a will continue
tho liractlco inaugurated hta season
of attending tho game in a body;
Tho tfniv.erslty of Alabama has re
ceived a donation from the legislature
of S500.U00. . ' '' v
SORORITY GIRLS ARE REAL MAD.
Hold Meeting to Consider Opposition
to Rules of Faculty.
For tho purpose of opposing tho pro
posed general house rules for women
tho sororities of tho University of
Washington have called u'panhellcnlc
meeting, ays tho Pacific Dally Wave.
Hlneo tho conference on Tuesday
night excitement has pervaded tho
sorority circles. Also in. liquation has
boon expressed by tho men of t.iv
aollego who will bo ousted unceremon
iously whn the curfew lingH out tho
house rules hour.
"Why, I am old enough to bo run
ning n homo of my own," lamented si
sorority woman yesterday, "and yet I
can not go down to tho theater on a.
week day. 1 can not Invito two of my
friends to a chafing dish feed in my
own house. 1 wish 1 wore back In
boarding school, whore Home levity 1?
"Some of tho rules havo not been
adopted yet. All of tho sororltleH are
determined to oppose them. I believe
that n more snno set of regulation:!
can be adoptod. Wo ought to havo
some ruleB, I know, but n mistake of
about ten years In our ages has boon
made by the faculty ladles.v
When asked what It was propose.!
to do in the panhcllonlc meeting of
tho sororities, another prominent co-od
"There is no nso In one sorority at
tempting to go ahead with un objec
tion. All of the women renllzo that.
Wo must unite. It is not our intention
to rebel. In fact, tho matter has boon
loft to us for consideration and we In
tend to act Justly. All of tho soror
ities are agreed thnt tho proposed
rules arc harsh. It is all right to
havo uniformity of house rules, but
I would rather havo them uniformly
good than uniformly harsh."
From Ames View.
For once the hocjdoo kicked' out
from behind, probably In this case
from its being so Intimately associat
ed with the perverse Missouri mule.
Tho ''over-confldhjjco" thtne spomiv
to havo been on the othor side of the
fence. It sounded mighty good to hear
tho old bell loop the loop in ovonlng
twilight last Saturday and continue
- date line of Manhattan
All lands of pleated and
dunging forth its doop reverberations,
over anon, far into the stilly night.
It was unexpected by tho school,
by tho 'varsity, by the coachr and
least of all by Missouri horself. That's
what makes It the more glorloim to
stop.' from -a probable second or UilnV
place to the practical 'championship of
Iowa. In such a caso "nlghtlo". bri
gades nro justifiable and to be ad
vised. Iiut we want that Missouri val
ley championship and noxt Saturday
is tho day that decides it. 'Varsity,
be careful that your southern laurels
do not turn to westorn willows! And;
to tho studont body let's show tho;
'varsity ami their tralnors that wo
' appreciate tho 'things they havcabuo;
I and are attempting to ld., A nrastt
mooting of tho old" "before Iowa" pro
portions we must havo! It Is written'
that "thou shait not covet thy neigh
bor's property," .but it will be perfectly
legitimate to borrow his "nightlo,"
overcoat, or pantsif. you can't pant
yourself, to go to that Nobraska
'game: Lets have tho mass mooting.:
Support, the team! On to Omaha, pno
thousand strong! Amos I. 8.' cV$iu
"Mike" Adnms, Earl Smith and Roy
Thomas, -students at tho Ames school,
"bummed" their way from Ames to Co
lumbia last Friday tosoe tho, Missouri;
Ames football: game. 'They hnvo :ac-,
compahled tho Ames team on ovpry:
trip it has made, this, year. Next, Sat
urday theywill journey with, the team
to Omaha, Njity,. where Amp will play
the University of Nebraska, team.
priced at $3.50
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