The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 05, 1908, Page 3, Image 3
'tf 1' r t - , THE DAHY NEBRASKAN J OLIVER THEATRE TODAY, fliA2:30. TONIGHT 8:15 Top O' Th' World Ore -$1.50. Bal $1 & 75c. Bat 50c. FRI.f 8AT. & 8AT. HAT., NOve-7. "The Alaskan" Eve $1.50 to 50c. Mat $1.00 to 50c. MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 9. Tim Murphy hi Pli wSm eh ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Operated In Conjunction with the ORPHEUM CIRCUIT EVERY NIGHT AT 8:15 1,003 8EAT8 AT 15c and 25c WEEK OF NOVEMBER 2 EDWIN KEOUGH & CO. In "A BIT OF BLARNEY." NOVELTY DANCING FOUR Headed. by JOHNNY J. HUGHES. HARRY KRATON & CO. Presenting "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 Eccentric Comedians CLEON.E PEARLE FELL Comedienne and Dancer VIA8COPE MAJESTIC 0RCHE8TRA MAT TUE5VTHUR8. & FR1. 2:15 ELITE 1329 uO" 8treet ELITE II 1334 Ow Street LATEST AND BE8T Moving Pictures 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 PHONE 643 l. j. herzoc the University maits tailoh The-fineab work dono and prices right ''(!!all;at our ndw'atore' 1330 o St. Inooln TYPEWRITERS All' mak rented wlh atonal 3 Per Month. Dwrgrilap ta BebhUt mbI&l LINCfiN TYPWRIIM' EXCHJWKK te jtS-BU 111L 133 clltb i ,rt ! , UNIVERSITY BULLETIN. November. 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 p. m. Friday, Nov. 6 Teachers Association, President D. I. Wheeler: o California Unlvor sjty 8, p, m. : Saturday,., 14. KamjsNobrafllw Jfaot .olVgjuqe. ' r'. , SiUwfday'.H.HaBUngs-Nebraskn toot ball game. ' '1 Saturday, Nev. if fj Tharsda, gO.-WbMhiKebrsIca Coot- bo.Ugamo. . ' ' . ThaHksghfiag. recoaa begins,. t ,, V,f'r; Deeemherv, Wednesday, December; j ? Nib,r)aslra-Carll6le'game1 tjjjCam'pusjiJ) W Gleanings w C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St. o Eat at John Wright's, 114 South Eleventh. Esther Wood, '08, of Poncu, is visit ing university. friendB. Dr. Chas. Burr block. Youngblut, dentist, 202 Superintendent C. M. Ban of Wnaoo was on the campuK yesterday. Bcckman Bros. O 8troet. 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. That's all. Miss Kleanor Andrews of tho Wa hoo schools Jb visiting old university friends. , 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. i Miss Abbie Stowart, 'OS, who is now teaching at Fremont, was a campus visitor yesterday. f t 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 00OSO00000000CO0SOQOO0000000000 We can show you an up - to and Earl and Wilson Shirts. stiff bosoms $1.50 to $3.50. FULK, ooooo&o&oboooooooooooooooooo former summer school studont of tho university, was on the campus yes terday. 0 t Mr. It. C. Stezenka of VHber and S. C. Stoner of Osceola returned from 'their homcuBpyesterday, where they hfij gone to vote. Superintendent A. H. Waterhouso and Principal A. It. Congdon of thq Fremont city schools were university cnllerB yesterday. o Opening Hop of Omaha High: ScUpol to bo held at Romp ball voofp at Oma-' ha, Saturday, evening, Noyember 7, '1908, at & o'clock. Ight'of Ari$ 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. " , Cb-ot 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? allowed. "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 said: "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 132SO 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 dent. ' : v "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. Drill thatSSll The regulation Mayer Bros. priced at $3.50 MAYER BROS. Head to Foot Clothiers 000CO0000KiO000000000000000 75c Let the kan This Includes the Football Number. SUBSCRIBENOW 0OHlttOZtthZttOSZ OQ090O0G0O0Od00O09Ob00eK)0Q00QO06iMe GREGORY Btst for Furnacis. Ho Gfcldf. hU. M Hwt. ; GREGORY. 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