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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
tonight at 8:15
"45 Minutes 'From B'way"
Prices $1.50 to 50c
Wed., Mat. and Eve., November 25.
By Clyde Fitch.
Mat., $1.00 to 50c. Night, $1.50 to 50c
Thanksgiving, Matinee and Night
Haviland's Merry Makers
A Big Thanksgiving Week Program
Beginning Mon. Night, Nov 23.
and His (Jolloge Girls.
THE GREAT HENRIFRENCH
CHA8. C. BURNHAM & CO.
Presenting "After the Election."
MURRAY K. HILL & CO.
Presenting "The Last Survivor."
The Girl Behind the Drum.
The Burnt Cork Pianist
TALES OF A SEARCHLIGHT
Mats. 2:15, Tues., Thur. & Sat.
Every Night 8:15. -Prices
15, 25 ?nd 50 Cents.
Lincoln's Cozy Stock Theater.
Special Thanksgiving Week Pro
gram. Commencing Mon. Night.
The Beautiful Rural Comedy Drama
OUT OF f HE FOLD
With Gorgeous Scenic and Electri
cal Effects Will Be Presented
THE FUTON STOCK COMPANY
Extra Matinee Thanksgiving Day
Mats. Wed., Thurs. and Sat.
Prices 15 and 25 cents.
1329 "Q" Street.
1330 "O" 8treet.
LATEST AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 6 CENTS.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
The finest work done ond prices right
Call at our new store
12B30 O St.
ing forward passos. He is safe and
deadly in his tackling. Ho is unusual
ly strong in catching and returning
punts. Ho Is a good punter and rop
kickor, and, above and boyond all, he
Is 'an inspiring leader and a resource
Stagg was Immensely pleased with
the winning of tho championship by
the maroonB, cspcciallyaftcr tho early
gloomy outlook and with only eighteen
candidates in his squad.
"It surely was a great season," he
said. "1 thought at (lie start we would
bo stung badly somewhere in the
schedule, but with each gamo wo de
veloped fast and accumulated confi
dence. We have had our share of
good teams lately, having won throe
championships In four years 1905,
11)07 and 1'.)'08.
So far as tho game with Wisconsin
is concerned, T was elated. I hellovc
unquestionably that was the best
game I have seen in tho era of the
new game. It was magnificent' to
watch- and a great fight all through.
It Is Impossible to compare (lie team
this year with those we had in tho
era of the old game, but I can say
that this team was the best we have
had since the new game has been
DIVINITY CLUB HOLDS MEETING.
Profecsor French Speaks on Theolog
Last Friday evening In the Science
room of the Temple, tho Divinity club
held the first meeting of the year.
Nearly all of tho old members, to
gether with several new, "were present
and an Interesting and instructive
time is reported. The University of
Nebraska has no t'leologl.'iil depart
ment, but many students arc studying
philosophy and relative subjects here
with the Idea of going In'o a theolog
ical institute later. The 'Divinity club
was organized last year for tho pur
pose of promoting good fellowship
among these students. Th (.Tub meets
twice a month and listens to i lecture
from some one interested' In this line
Professor French of the Philosophy
department was the speaker of the ev
ening. He gave an Interesting end in
structive talk on "The Problem of
Christian Theology Today." In his
introductory remarks, Prof. French re
viewed the history of Theology or the
25 SIX PAIRS COST $1.50. GUARANTEED TO WEAR SIX MONTHS
O WITHOUT MENDING. BLACK, tyAVY, GREY OR TAN.
ft Probably most people spend more than $1.50 for hosiery in six
rfi months, regardless of whether they wear the kind costing 15c or 50c
X a pair.
A But, when you buy "Notahol" hosiery, you know the cost is just
$1.50 for six months. You get an Insurance Policy with the hosiery.
$ Will you try six pairs of "Notahol" insured hosiery?
iFULK, 1325 O
science of God. Ho began with the
primitive conception of (Jod as a man
God, ruling IUb world as a power and
with Individuality entirely separate
from the world. Theologians from
time to time have been driven from
one position to another during the hlB
tory of their work. Finally, In our
day, tho .theologian seems to be com
pelled to accept the immanence of
God in the' world. Dr. Fi'ench con
cludes that the problem of Christian
theology, today Is to meet three Im
portant Issues the reign ol law In na
ture ub proved by science; psycholog
ical criticism -of religious emotion,
and scientific criticism of the Scrip
tures. In the recent examinations for gov
ernment positions in China, tho Chi
nese graduates of tho University of
California made tho high grades.
Richard F. McLnuren, now of Co
lumbia university, has been chosen
president of Massachusetts Instituto
of Technology. The Tech got out an
extra edition on tho occasion of his
T-wo tramps recently offered to" sull
their bodies to tho Indiana university
medical school for $50 each. "Tho
offer was rejected.
Dean Lin of- the lit department of
Chicago recently told the students that
one-fourth of the men in bis depart
ment are deficient in their work.
C. H. Frcy, florist, 1133 O 8t.
See those pennnts, .'MO No. 11th.
Dockman Bros. FIno shoes. 1107
Sigma C'hl entertained at Fraternity
hull Frldny evening.
Knt at John Wright's, 111 South
Miss Alice Newton, ox-'ll, visited
sorority sisters last week.
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. We have a few pennants at a spe
cially low price. M0 No. 11th St.
Dr. Chns. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Delta Don Delta gaVe an informal
party at the Lincoln Friday ovenlng.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Miss Florence Harrison of Grand
Island, an ex-student, Is a guest of
tho irl-Dclta house.
Green's barber shops, Tho Club
house and Colc-McKenna, 1132 O.
The annual banquet of Delta Delta
Delta will 1)0 held at the Lincoln
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from ono cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
Coach Colo has returned from Min
neapolis, where he saw tho Minnesota
Carlisle game hiBt Saturday.
Come today or you will not bco that
special line of Fraternity pennants.
The University Book Store.
11. P. Leavitt, an old university
graduate, who is now practicing law in
Onuilm, is in the city on business.
Will Sam8cy, law 'OH, Is a guest at
Phi PsI house. Ho Is attending the
mooting of the state bar association.
F. E. Denny, '03, Instructor in hortl
culture InBt year, Is visiting in tho
city. Mr. Denny is now engaged in,
business in Omaha.
All those in tho fifty cent soats in
ono section of tho bleachors ot the
Michigan-Pennsylvania gamo last Sat
urday wero required to carry ten cent
pennants. The block M in tho bleach
ers was also used.
The eleventh biennial convention of
the Alpha Chi Omega Borority, which
Is to be hold In Champaign, November
2C-2J8, Inclusive, will ho the largest na
tional gatherlug In tho history of tho
organization. During tho next week.
tho local chapter expects to entertain
ono hundred and fifty guests from all
parts, of tho country, -pally Illini.
Tho sophomoros of t)io Missouri
collego of agriculture recently ar
ranged a dance for tho freshmen in a
now barn. They collected sixty-flvo'
cents from tho, now men and provided
uom with companions, but the barn
was not opened on- tho night for the
dance. Twelve couples assembled out
side the locked door, heard some sup-,
posed giggling from an, adjacent shrub
bory, and wended their" ways homo-ward,
Here you are girls, one of the season's best
The new London Sirioke Cloth Top Patent
Leather boot. The stylish Knob Toe on a new
last, button style, at a pair, $3.50.
Head to Foot Clothers
On account of the increased length
of time between haUcs, tho athletic
management in tho Michigan rgglc
games hereafter will furnish u push
ball contest between halves, tho con
testants to be twonty men from each
of the two dormitories.
A communication In the Brown
Herald urges that tho freshmen cap
rulo be revised. Tho writer is of tho
opinion that many good men docido
against Brown In choosing a collogo,
because of the strictness of this rulo.
The New York Central lines havo
given to Purdue a locomotive that was
built, in the seventies. It Is the only
engine of tho model now in existence.
Six new members were recently
elected to Phi Beta Kappa at Loland
The Northwestern Glee club will
take a short trip westward in tho
Christmas vacation, going as far ub
I Feshmati Hop I
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