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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TODAY Mat. 2:30. TONIGHT 8:15
"Uncle Tom'8 Cabin"
Mat 25c to 10c. Eve 50c, 30c, 20c, 10c
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 14
Williams & Walker
IN "THE BANDANNA LAND"
TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 15
Tempest and Sunshine
WEEK OF DECEMBER SEVENTH
GERTRUDE DE8 ROCHE & CO.
D0R8CH & RU88ELL
"The Musical Railroaders."
Songs and Acrobatic Dances
MIS8 MURIEL WINDOM
The Charming Little Prima Donna
YORKE & CRAWFORD
MATS. 2:15 Tues., ThUr. and 8at.
Prices 15c and 25c.
Eve. 8:15 Prices 15c, 25c and 50c.
Week Commencing December 7, '08
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
In the Military Comedy Drama
In Four Acts
THE BLUE AND THE GREY
Doors Open at 7:30 P. M. Curtain
at 8:15 Matinees Wednesdays
and (Saturdays at 2:30 .
8eats Reserved 1 Week In Advance
Box Office Opens at 10 a. m.
Prices Mat. & Eve. 15c and 25c.
,1329 "O" Street.
1330 "O" 8treet.
LATE8T AND BEST
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENTS.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
L, J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAH'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new store
1230 o St.
11 makes rentod with atan4
$3 Per Month.
Bargains in Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto 1105-Ball 1181. 123 No. 11th
Do Your Washing
fIRST GAME TONIGHT
BASKET-BALL TEAM WILL MEET
GOOD CONTEST IS ANTICIPATED
Tonight's Meeting With the Cotner
Aggregation Is Expected to Ex
hibit the Strength of the
ThlH evening murks the beginning
of the CornhiiHker bauket-ball schedule
for the Benson of 1008-1909. The uni
virslty tonin will lino up nguliiBt tin
live from Cotner university In the Ar
mory nt 8 o'clock.
Although It Is early In the BcuHon
and the teams havo not yet perfected
their team work, yet a faBt game 1h
expected and the athletes from Beth
any Heights are hopeful of holding
the varsity to a low score, If not de
Mr. Stevens, the Cotner Coach, says
that his team has been working liurd
for several woe.ts and that they are
in remarkably good form for so early
in the season and under the circum
stances he thinks that they ought to
show up wel lagalnst their Cornhurfker
opponents. In the matter of practice
this fall the Cotner players have a
distinct advantage over the varsity
men they have been working mil
eer since early In the fall under his
direction and In the matter of team
work they are believed to be farther
advanced than the Cornhuskei-B.
The Nebraslrti players, on the other
hand .will be compelled to. depend
largely upon their individual ability
tonight. The work so far this fall lms
been largely along the lines of de
veloping sliced and calculated to bring
out the individual strength of the men
so that fhe better players might bo
discovered before the weedlng-out pro
cess began and the drill In team work
and signal practice started.
The s(iiad 1b larger than ever be
fore and in the opinion of many con
tains a larger percentage of faster
players than at un time in
recent ears. The guards are ex
pected to do good Individual work In
tonight's contest, and even If the var
sity flvo Is unable to run up a large
score on the Cotner players, they hope
to pr vent them from shooting very
many baskets against the Cornhusk
ers. Fast Team.
When interviewed last evening, Dr.
Clapp, who is coaching the Cornhusk
er live, gave It out aB his opinion that
the material with which he is now
working contains more fast playorB
than he has had together at one tlmo
for several years. He expressed him
self as being very entlffislastlc over
f the proBpectB for the season and hopes
to be able to develop a championship
Ab far as tonight's conteBt goes Dr.
Clapp anticipates that his pupils will
Bath Robes, Sweaters, Reefers, Neckwear, Suit
Cases, Collar Bags and Men's Jewelry are our
Xmas Specialties. Good selection for Father & Brother
FUL1CS :: 1325 O STREET
have no dillk-ully in holding their own,
notwithstanding the fact that they are
handicapped In the matter of team
It Is reported that tho Cotner live
went to .Manhattan, Kansas, laBt week,
wnere they met the team from tho
Manhattan agricultural college and
were defeated by a score of 54 to 29.
If this report Is correct, all the boar
stories about tho strong team which
they have at Cotner and their chance
for defeating; tho Cornhuskors tonight
will not be given much credence.
Personnel of Team.
The personnel of the Cornhusker
team Is not yet decided and the pur
pose of tonight's game 1b to aid in
determining this matter. So far tlero
have been all kinds of promising can
didates and the work which they put
up In this contest, for Dr. Clapp ex
pects many of them out tonight, will
be a large stride toward tho dotermin
Inatlon of tho permanent make-up of
the team. It Is not to bo Inferred
from this, however, that tho make-up
of tho team will, after tonight's game
or even at any time during tho season,
bo finally settled upon. Promising
candidates will not be relegated to the
bench until they havo had ample and
thorough opportunity to show what
thoy can do and havo failed.
Tho line-up of the team during a
part of tonight's game, at least, will
bo as follows: Center, Potrashek;
forwards, Wood, Captain Walsh and
Hutchison; guards, Boll and Porry.
The contest takes placo In tho ar
mory at 8: in, and tho admission will
be 25 cents. Holders of students' sea
son tickets will, of course, be admit
ted. Tho seniors at Indiana havo whito
felt hats with Yale blue bands.
Got a Majestic ticket free.
C. H. Frey, floriBt, 1133 O St.
Dance music. Phone Boll G27. Auto
Beckman Brou. Fine shoes. 1107
A free Majestic tlckot with oach
H. W. Potter. 1910. will spend today
and tomorrow In Omaha.
The "Hag" till February 1 and a
fiee Majestic tlckot for 60 cents.
Hers Wilkinson, law '10, went to
Omnha to participate In the national
corn show being hold thore.
Have your clotheB preBBed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O
Chapln Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. There will be a meeting of tho Inter
class athletic board Tuesday, Decem
ber IT., at 7: in p. m. In H. 102.
Why not tako your bath at Chris'
bath Iioubo, Elevonth nnd P stroots?
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dontlBt. 202
The Junior lawB wore excused from
(piasl contracts Friday forenoon In or
der thnt they might hear the Wiley
murder trial, particularly tho charging
of tho Jury.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cont up.
308 So. Elovonth St.
NO MINNE80TA-IOWA GAME.
Negotiations for Contest Next Fall
Dropped by lowans.
No game will be played by Iowa
with Minnesota next fall and nego
tiations have been practically ended
'is the Gophers Insist that the game
be played at Minneapolis. Manngor
Mark Catlln In returning from his
father's ranch In Wisconsin had an
Interview with Dr. "Williams which
led to the opening of correspondence
on a game next fall. Howovor, the
Minnesota authorities soon declared
that the game should be played at
Minneapolis and tho Iowa athletic
board Immediately ended negotiations,
as Iowa will havo enough games away
from Iowa City noxt year. Dally
WITH THE SIGMA XI
(Continued from Pago 2)
showed how it could bo used in com
putations with a high degree of ac
curacy. The meetings of tho fraternity havo
been arranged for tho year. Tho noxt
meeting will occur on Friday evening,
.January 15, at which time Dr. Ward
will speak on the "Life and Work of
Darwin," and Professor Emerson on
the "Inheritance of Color in Plants
About Charter "Day three meetings
will bo hold at which Professor Web
ster of Clark university will speak.
On April 2 Dr. Avery will speak on
tho "Testing an3 Properties of Ab
phalt" and Professor Chadburrion tho
"Testing of Paving Matorial." It Is
thought that this meeting will bo of
special interest to every property
owner in Lincoln.
This is it
CtUPCCO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
1& enti-2 for yi( ems
Cluctt. IValKM'y & Co.. Trcy.N V.
V A BTBr
Will It Be a
buys a first-class Overcoat of either style
the "Closeneck" or the plain Overcoat. A
garment that will give you the best of ser
vice, perfectly made in every detail and
draped to perfection. Of course the fabric
is not as good in the $ J 8.00 Coats, as our
$25.00 and $35.00 Overcoats, but the
workmanship is just as good; in fact, they
are superior garments at the price.
HEAD TO FOOT CLOTHIERS
Engineering Society Hop
fraternity Hall . .. December 12th
Joint Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. Social
OLD MAIDS CONVENTION
FREE TO ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Saturday, Dec. 12th
X Lincoln Hotel Annex
1 SENIOR PROM
Walt's Full Orchestra
Absolutely Limit 80
7:45 P. M.
' January 8th
January 22, '09
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