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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Today, Matinee 2:30; Tonight 8:15
THE GOLDEN GIRL
Matinee 91.00 to 25c; Evenlnq $1.50 to 50c.
Tuesday Night, September 30,
PERT A. WILLIAMS
In "MR. LODE OF KOAL."
L. J. Herzog
Thi Unlvirsity Man's Tailor
Tho Finoat Work Dono nnd Prices Right
Call at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
I All makes rontod with stand $3
I per Month. Bargains in
I Rebuilt Machines
I Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
I Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
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TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
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Special attention to
Embossing and Engraving
COACH YOST WILL NOT QUIT JOB.
Michigan Mann Says His Future Det
pends on Outcome of Pres
"I have not authorized a statement
to the effect that I should retire from
the professional coaahing game at tho
close of the present season," said
Fielding YbBt, fQr several years past
' coach of the Michigan eleven, when
questioned as to the rumor that ho
Intended to quit the Wolverines.
"My future course depends entirely
on the outcome of this Beason. If we
win from Minnesota and Pennsylvania,
I shall bo glad to stop down, as I
really ought to be devoting all my
time to my business interests. How
ever, I don't like to quit the middle
of a slump. So, you see, I'm unde
cided. The statement accredited to
me was absurd."
nYost decalres that the prospects
are brighter .than for three seasons,
and he expects to have' the best team
Frey & Froy.
Chi Omega will entertain a Iioubo-
party Saturday night.
Earl Mallory, ex-1911, Alpha Tau
Omega, will not re-enter school this
Beckman Bros., High Grade Foot
wear. 1107 O.
Miss Abblo Stowart, 1908, Delta
Qamma, is again teaching in Fremont
To Rent Ten-room house, furnished
suitably for fraternity house. 1C23 K.
Phono Auto 7459.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Tho Engineering society will meet
Wednesday evening, September 29, at
7:30, in room 211, Mechanics Arts
Froy & Frey, choice flowers. 1338
O St., north Bide.
Edward R. Pelaster, E. E., 1909, Is
with tho Westlnghouso Electric Co.,
Schnectady, N. Y.
Professor Maxoy has changed tho
hour of holding his class In interna
tional law from 2 p. m., as announced,
to 11 a. m.
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist, 1234 O St.
Studonts should not fail to call at
tho Lincoln Dancing Academy and see
what tasty remodeling can do. Danco
tonight. 1.4 1
Our Experience is at Your Service
A Jowolor who has spent years of a busy lifo in giving special
attention to tho repairing of watches, clocks, jowolry. otc, must
possess skill as well aB merit. To whut oxtont, wo ask you to
judgo by bringing your ropairing to this store.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Miss Florence Wolls. ox-1912, Delta
Gamma, has re-entered school after a
semester's, vacation at her home in
Have your clothes . pressed at
Weber's Suitorlum, 12th and O.
Ray McCandloss, ox-1911, of Broken
Bow has re-entered the university
atfer a year's absence. Ho is continu
ing an engineering course.
George Bros.. 218 So. 13th Printers.
Calling Cards, Tnvites and Programs.
Prof. Morse during tho passed sum
mer hnB obtained now electrical ap
paratus for classroom' demonstration
Chris' Bath Houso, 11th and P.
Turkish, shower and plain baths.
E. R. Guidingor, E. E. 1909, has sev
ered his connections with tho West
inghouso Electric Co. and is at pros;
ent superintending tho dismantling of
an old sugar beet factory at Leavltt,
I have a number of. cadet uniforms
for sale. Call at onco and Insure a
good fit. Old uniforms rebraided.
John Uhl, Armory. 4t
'Ross Armour, ex-1911, Delta Tau
Delta, has begun his second year at
Valparaiso, Ind., engineering school.
Ho is taking a scientific course and
will graduate within a year.
Prof. HolllBter has Jus,t returned
from Chicago, where ho conducted an
acceptance test for the new generat
ing equipment, which is being fur
nished tho university by tho General
All old oross-oountry men and all
thoe8 Interested in fh 'wnrk are re
quested to meet at Dr, Clapp's office
in tho Armory at 11 o'clock Thurs
day morning. There is important
business to transact, and everyone Js
urged to be present.
"BILL" EDMUNDS BACK
IN JVIICHI6AN SQUAD
BIG FULL BACK ARRIVE8 AND 18
GIVEN THE 81GNAL8.
SMAGO SHAKES UP CHICAGO TEAM
Maroons 8how Up Poorly In Scrim
mageIndiana Works Hard to
Defeat Chicago Oc
Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 28. "Bill"
Edmunds, weighing 190 poundB and
apparently in tho best of condition,
arrived In camp today and announced
that ho was ready for hard work.
'Yost did not sot him at work today,
allowing tho big full back to follow
tho team In citizen's clothes. However,
ho was given a set of signals with
which the varsity is laboring and to
morrow he will bo asked to replace
Geargo Lawton at full back, at least
in part of tho practice.
There were no othor additions to
tho training squad, which now consists
of more than twenty candidates, and
it is unlikely that the number will be
swelled until tho team returns from
That Michigan Is going to make use
of overy possible effort to turn out a
winning eleven this fall was shown
by the fact that "Cap" Redden, for
four years end on tho Michigan
eleven and captain in 1903, has been
secured to asslBt Yost in coaching the
eleven. Ho will reach Ann Arbor
shortly after Oct. 1 and remain until
the close of the season.
Jeweler, 1143 O
This probably marks tho beginning
of graduate coaching to help Yost, al
though Redden and Neil Snow wore
in Ann Arbor part of tho time latB
season helping to drill tho ends and
back field candidates.
Director Bartelmo Bald no coach has
been secured for tho freshman eleven,
but as Michigan is laying great stress
on tho succesB this year of tho first
year team it is certain that Bomo good
professional coach will bo landed be
fore tho season opens.
Today's practice was the longest
and hardest of tho season, Sunday's
rest having had a refreshing effect on.
the varsity candidates. For three
hours YoBt chased his men through a
bunch of trick plays being devised for
the benefit of Case, which meets Mich
igan in tho opening game of the sea
Chicago, Sept. 28. Coach Stagg un
masked another surprise on his
charges yesterday when ho temporar
ily eliminated "Bunny" Rogers from
tho race for quarter back. This, was
his answer to many who have taken
It as a foregone conclusion that Rog
ers would be soon at tho guiding po
sition in tho Purdue game Saturday
and that Capt. Page was picked as
Kassalker's mato at end.
This change in the line-up was
made not only, in tho signal work, but
also In the scrimmage, At signals
Rogers was stationed at end. whllo tn
the game that followed he was placed
at half back. Instead of tho Rogers
team it was the Youngs against the
One thing is thought certain, and
that is that "Bunny" will start the
game. He has. shown an unlimited
amount of clovernessr One of his
great assets is that he has perfected
the famous Steffen "step" in open field
running. The way he fooled his op
opononts on tho team with tho famous
dodge has been the sensation 'of tho
scrimmages. If he does not go in at
quarter ,ho will play end or half.
The shift was taken as the first of
a series of narrowing down processes
which will make It possible to figure
out something resembling a line-up
agalnBt Spelk's Boilermakers within
tho next few, days. From now until
next Friday Stagg probably, will Insti
tute quite as surprising shakeups as
that of yesterday.
The Student who
reads the Nebraskan
shoulder is small
enough to tie his shoe
strings to his
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