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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WED. MAT & NIGHT, JAN. 20
A Bunch of Keys
Mat. 25 & 10c. Night 50, 35 & 25c
FRI., 8AT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 22-23
Jas. J. Corbett
"FACING THE MU8IC"
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat 50 & 25c
Week Com. Monday Night, Jan. 18:
The Great White Mystery
POTTS BR08. & CO.
In "His Honeymoon."
The American Girl
The Musical Barbers
Portraits From the Hall of Fame
EDDIE G. R088
The Versatile Singer
WARREN E. WORTMAN
Visiscope. Majestic Orchestra.
Mat. Dally Except Mon. 15c & 25c
Every Night, 8:15 15c, 25c & 50c
"THE TALK 0 THE TOWN"
For the Week Starting Jan. 18
August Thomas' Greatest Play
"THE OTHER GIRL"
Presented by the
FULTON STOCK CO.
Every Night. Mat. Wed. and Sat.
15c and 25c.
Mall Orders or 'Phone Auto. 2398
Week of January 25th
"THE LOST TRAIL" .
1329 "O" Street.
1330 "O" 8treet.
LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management fextends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon and Thur.
L. J. HERZOG
THE UHIVERSITY MAN'S TAILOR
Come in and get that $15.00 Suit
to your order
1230 O St.
All makes rented with otan4
$3 Per Month.
Bargains in Rebuilt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto IMS-Ball llHi. W No. llih
Do Your Washing
0. H. Prey, florist. 1133 O St.
Sanderson's discount Bale nil this
The Inter-clasH debating board will
meet in U. 100 this afternoon nt 1
Chapln Bros., florists, 127 So. Thir
A violin recital will bo given by
August Melcor nt convocation this
Big lot men's $5 shoes, $3.75. San-
dci son's discount sale.
Beckman Bros., fine shoes. 1107 Q.
Aidls E. Hibner, Engineering 'OG, Is
employed by the Rochester Hallway
and Electric company of Rochester,
o o o
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
The A. I. E. E. will meet this even
ing In XI. 10G at 8 for the discussion
of A. ('. feeder regulators and elec
Dr. J. R.
Davis, dentist. Charges
Over Bank of Commerce.
Rogers & Perkins.
A meeting of the committee to ar
range for the organization of the now'
junior society has been called for to
day at 11 o'clock. Jesse (Mark is chair
man of the committee.
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Have our clothes
Weber':; Sultorlum. Cor
11th and O.
Swelkst shoes you ever saw;
discount. Sanderson's sale.
News of the engagement of Denton
Slaughter, a university graduate, lo
cated at Salt Lake City, has been re
ceived in Lincoln. .Mr. Slaughter grad
uated in 1907. In his senior year he
was a captain In the cadet battalion,
and also a member of the Innocents.
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The engagement of Mr. Clyde Bui-
g New shipment ofDelamothe Real Rose Hat ?Pins$
g just in. Not the crude imitations or silver deposit butQ
g genuine metalized Roses. One will surely please her. g
g Better get her one before they are all gone. g
Established 1871 HALLETT, JEWELER 1 143 O g
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lock and Miss Nellie Bridge, both of
Norfolk. Neb., has been announced.
Mr. Bullock and .Miss Bridge were
former students, the former being a
member of the Phi Gamma Delta fra
ternity and the latter a member of
Delta Gamma. Upon leaving school
Bullock engaged in business with his
father, taking charge of the Norfolk
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In Memorial hall this morning the
seniors will hold a class meeting to
solect a pin. The cholco of u clasB
pin has been put off until now, on ac
count of the movement towards secur
ing n standard university pin. It
seems Imnosslble to secure tho co
operation of all of the classes In so
curing a. pin, nnd In nil probability
tho movement for a pin will be
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New students In political economy
are received. In tho second semester
the same aB in the first. Tho Innova
tion Is being tried of repeating Courso
I the second semester. Tho reason
for this repetition Is that In past years
many complaints havo been recolved
that now students could not enter tho
department the second seiheBter. This
has been partially romedied In the
past few years .by, admitting thorn to
cortain courses in commerce; but now
a course in general elementary polit
.cal economy is also offered (or their
BOTH fCEL SITUATION
Michigan and chicaqo "grAds"
want football game.
DEPLORE ANTI-WOLVERINE MOVE
Coaches 8tagg, Williams and Hutch-
Ins, Forming "Big Three," Unite
to' Keop Ann Arbor School
CHICAGO. Jan. 18 University of
Michigan alumni Joined with the
"grads" and student rooters of tho
University of Chicago yesterday In de
ploring the latest anti-Michigan move
of the Chicago, Wisconsin nnd Minne
sota athletic authorities. Following
the announcement of Coach Stagg that
the "big three" leadors had finally de
cided not. to consider the maize and
blue as gridiron opponents for the
coming football season, the enthus
iasts of the old-time rival schools
were forced to admit tho failure of
their hopes for another championship
struggle between Chicago and Michi
gan. In addition to the adtnlsBfbn inndo
by Coaches Stagg, Williams and
Hutehlns after their powwow of Sat
urday that they had not considered
Michigan as a possible opponent for
190!, Coach Stagg said yesterday that
a definite decision had been reached
not to schedule games with the wolver
ines. The move of the conches means
that Michigan Is dropped for good as
a figure In western football until it
applies for membership In the confer
ence nnd Is nccopted. according to tho
To 8ettle Minor Points.
In nddltlcn to their powwows, of Sat
urday the "Ulg three" lehdors have
agreed to settle a number of minor
points concerning their rulcrshlp by
correspondence this week. Tho com
ing six days will, in nil probability,
be of great importance from the foot
ball viewpoint, as Coach Stagg hopes
to Hx upon the dates Tor his games
and determine which schools shall
have places on his schedule.
Keep All Skirts Clean.
Coach Stagg informed Ue maroons
that tho "big three" oniclais hnd kept
olenr oT tho Michigan B.tibject, except
ing Ho repeat thcln opinlbnB that a
game with the wolverines would be
contrary to tho conforence nilos unless
Michigan should sue for ridmlssion to
tho "big eight" and bo taken back into
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the fold. 'This, according to Stagg,
Is extremely unlikely.
"One tiling can be said, and that Is
that none of the conference collogeB
will play Michigan this year," said
Coach Stagg. "Despite the constant
rumors thnt one. or the other of us
1b going to take on Mlchlgjtnf there Is
nothing to support Bitch an nrgumont
now. On tho contrary, UiIb bcouib to
be nbtfut the moBt Improbable thing
that could happen.
Dr. August Anderson, the noted phy-sfclan-traveler,
will give hlB Illustrated
lecture on the "PIcturcsciuo North
land" todny in University hall, Room
7, at l o'clock. All students Interested
are cordially Invited to attend.
Ninety-one failed in tho recent ex
amination at Stanford, nnd will not
be allowed to return to school.
Fifty-one were plucod on trlct pro
bation. A girls all-unlvorslty basket-ball
team is to bo picked nt Wisconsin,
but it will nqi be allowed to ploy out
s I do games.
Thq now mining building at Kan
sas is to. be finished by July 1.
Mayor McClellan of New York will
lectjiro on public affairs at Princeton
this spring, Ho is a member of'th,o'
Princeton class of 1889.
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