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Friday, 4 Ofllcors' hop at Lincoln
Saturday, 5 Freshman Hop at Lin
Tuesday,, 8 Convocation in honor of
Friday, 11 Fieshman law hop at Fra
, tornlty hall.
Friday, 11. Nebraska-Illinois Debate,
8:00 p. m., Memorial Hall. Gov
ernor Sheldon will prosldo and
Nobraska-Wlsconsln debate at Mad
ison. Saturday, 12 Engineering society hop
, at Fraternity hall.
Tuesday, 15 Prof. H. W. Caldwell.
"The President's Message."
Saturday, 30 Intor-Frat Indoor Meet
In Memorial hall.
Friday, 8 Junior hop at Fraternity
Saturday, 9 Sophomore hop at Lin
Friday, 15 Non-Com Hop at Fratern
Meeting of the Graduate Club.
Frldnq, 22 Senior prom at. Lincoln
Friday,-5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
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WHAT ECKERSALL 8AW
(Continued from Pago 2)
i tain "Germany" Schulz announced this
afternoon that twelve men would re
ceive the Michigan "M" for their work
on the gridiron this fall. The num
ber is the smallest In the history of
the wolverine university. Hero are
the men to whom the "M" will be
awarded: St-hultz, Wnsmund, Aller
dice, Casey, Einbs, Davison, Crum
paeker, Douglas, Denbrook, Itanney,
Llnthirum and Riley. The reserve
"It" will bo awarded to twenty-seven
Schulz also announced the annual
election of captain will be held Sun
day. Either Wasmund or Allerdlce
will lead the wolverines in 190it.
In Ralph Allen of Jackson, Coach
Yost seems to have found the man to
step into Davison's shoes at full back
next fall. Allen has all the earmarks
of a star player, and this opinion was
confirmed when it was told about the
campus that A. Alonzo Stngg, the wily
chief of the Midway, had made several
Ineffectual attempts to induce him to
Allen Is larger than Davison and
much faster. He is more than six feet
tall and tips the scales at close to
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 2 Albert ('.
Miller of Williamsport, Pa., a substi
tute quarter buck was to-day unani
mously chosen captain of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania football team for
1900. Miller, who played a sensational
game at quarter back against Cornell
here on Thanksgiving day, is twenty
two years of age.
WILLIA.USTOWN. Mass.. Dec. 2.
Belvidere nrooke, '10, of New York
City, today was unanimously elected
captain of the Williams college foot
ball team for 1909. He Is left tackle
on the varsity eleven.
PRINCETON, N. J., Dec. 2. Bo
causo he was injured in a scrimmage
during the early part of the football
season and will never be able to play
football again or earn the college let
ter on the gridiron, Princeton under
graduates today gave Herbert G. Carl
burg of Union City, Pa., a sophomore,
another opportunity to earn his letter
by electing him assistant manager of
the football team of next year, be
coming manager In 1910. The univer
sity "P" is given the football manager
each year as well as those men who
play against Yale. Carlburg recolved
la spinal Injury in a practice game.
ne was a star nan uacK.
THK new but
Red Cross Pot
Cloth Top. $4.
Get Style and Comfort
This fall see what splendid shoes you can get.
Don't sacrifice style or comfort.
Conic in and let us fit you in the Red Cross Shoe.
Bend it. Walk in it. It bends with the foot entirely
prevents the rubbing, burning and drawing caused by
It is the only shoe made in which you can get
Absolute Comfort in Just
the Style You Want
The Red Cross Shoe is the biggest
advance in shoemaking in the last
Ask the woman who wears it.
We have it in all' styles. High
Shoes, $4.00 and 5.00; Oxfords,
$3.50 and $4.00.
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LOST In main building, Tuesday a.
m., stick pin", brown nut and gold
mountings. Return to Nebraslcan of
PITTS' DANCING SCHOOL
Mondays and Friday
Beginner's Classes Wed. & Sat.
Private Lessons by Appointment
, I24 N Street Auto 401 o
All students who havo sung In tho
Messiah In previous years are urged
to assist in the coming rendition of
tho work which will take placo on.
Thursday, December 17. Rehearsals
are held in tho Templo Music hall
(second floor) on Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday at 5 p, m.
B&fore running for a position as
manager or assistant manager of any
athlotlc enterprise in Brown Univer
sity, the aspiring candidato must se
cure a statement from tho authorities
that he Is likely to carry his class
work If elected.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O SL
Dance music. Phone Bell 627. Auto
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes. 1107
A. II. Robbing, Law '08, was a
campus visitor yesterday.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlura. Cor. 11th and O.
W. Warner, ex-'lO, is now home
steading ami teaching in South Da
kota. Tho Nebraska-Illinois debate will
take placp in Memorial hall a week
Frank Jessup. Law-'IO, Is quite se
riously ill at his home on North
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
At convocation Tuesday, December
15, ProfLH. W. Caldwell will review
tho prestuent's message.
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J. W. Thomas, '08, was in Lincoln
yesterday en route to South Dakota,
where ho will homestead. j
R .E. Dumont, '06, now connected
with un Omaha refrigerating concern,
wag on the campus yesterday.
L. A. Sclpio, Instructor in mechan
ical engineering, is confined to .his
homo recovering from an operation.
H. O. Nilson, '08, Is employed in
tho chief engineer's ofllco of the
Union Pacific. Ho has beon in that
ofllco sinco graduation.
O. A. Ellis, '0G, is' now ongagod In
mlulng in the Black Hills. Ho Is em
plowed under Martin Homier, '97, who
is manager of the concern.
Every Loyal University Student
is urged to patronize thess Ne
braskan advertisers, and to men
tion the paper while doing so.
BANKS Central National; First
Trust and Savings.
BARBER SHOPS Groon's Shops.
BATH HOUSE Chris', Eleventh and
BOOK STORES Co-Op; Porter's;
CIGARS Cole & McKonna; Wolfo &
CLEANERS Blumenthnl; H. Smith;
CLOTHING Baker Panu Co.; Magee
& Doomor; Mayor Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Speler &Slmon.
DANCING ACADEMYS Pitts, Lin
coln. DENTISTS J. R. Davis; Youngblut
DRY GOODS Herpolsholmer; Millor
FLORISTS Chapln Bros.; C. , H.
FURNISHINGS Budd; Pulk; Magoe
& Deemer; Mayer Bros.; Palace
Clothing Co.; Spier & Simon; Corf.
HATTERS Budd; Pulk; Unland.
JEWELERS Hallett; Tucker.
LAUNDRIES Evans; Merchants.
PRINTERS Georgo Bros.; BlmmonB.
RESTAURANTS Boston Lunch; -
SHOES Beckmnn Bros.; Bralth.
walto; Budd; Cincinnati Shoe Store;
8KIRTS Tho Skirt Store.
TAILORS Elliott Bros.; Herzog; Lud-
wig; Marx; H. Smith.
THEATERS Lyric; Majestic; Ollvor;
TYPEWRITERS Lincoln Typewriter
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