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WED. MAT. AND NIGHT, OCTt 13.
' Clyde Fitch's Beat' Comedy
Mat., (1.00 to 25c. Night, $1.50 to 50c.
THUR8DAY NIGHT ONLY, OCT. 14
IN "THE WITCHING HOUR."
Prices, $1.50 to 50c.
COMING: "McFADDEN'8 FLAT8."
L. J. Herzog
Tht University Man's Tailor
Tho Finest Work Dono and Pricos Right
Call at Our Now Storo
Tfi i )rr
E Gleanings I
1230 O St.
I All makes rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Llnotln Typiwrlttr, Exohangt
Auto 1155. Boll 1181. 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 13th. Boll 848. Auto 2585
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S- Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
IS SO POPULAR
We male a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets, Ices
and punch for Frat & Sorori
ty purtie8."Whipping Cream
always on hand. Boll 2QJ5
Auto 8181. 1810 N. St.
He makes good pUrich and serves
first class light refreshments
Find him at Herpdlsheimer's
are now in' season. Do you know
any place where you can gef as
as you can at our new -store? No
need of being crowded.
Kitchen S. W. Corner ''
Froy & Frey
Found Mn8onlc charm. Owner may
have samo ,by paying for this ad. Call
at Nebraskan ofllce, ' 12-tf
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist.. 1284 O St.
Found Gold watch charm, with en
graved Initials. Owner may recover
by paying for this ad at NebrnBknn
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 1.1th.
For 8ale Regulation drill uniform;
used part of one semester only; cheap.
Address R. P. W., care Dally Nebras
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.' 120
Wanted Student representative for
college novelty; little time required;
very profitable. Address for full par
ticulnrs, W. C, care Daily Nebras
Get your dance programs at George
Bros., 13th and N Bts.
Spalding gymnasium and basket-ball
shoes, SwedlBh gymnasium shoes.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St.
A brand new bioycle for sale at a
bargain. Call at Nebraskan ofllce. 2-tf
OPENING DISPLAY OF
Dependable Fall and Winter Underwear
Just a few degrees heavier for early fall wear. Our Men's and Women's Undersuits . for
October keep pace with the grad
too great a jump but just in touch
A complete showing of tho Famous Har
vard Mills Brand.
Vega Heavy weight, fleeced, combed cot
ton Vests, Pants, Tights, Corset Covors.
each 60c. Extra sizes at 65c.
Union Suits, all shapes, $1.25. Extra
Reglna Light weight Merino White,
Vests. Pants. Tights, at, each. 85c. Extra
Union Suits, all shnpes, $1.25. Extra
Luna Winter weight Merino, 7& per cent
wool, White and Natural Vests, Pants,
Tights, each $1.00. Extra sizes $1.25.
Union Suits, all shapes, $2.00. Extra
ual advance of the season', hot
with the weather man
Heavy Puro Wool Union Suit at, a aiilL
$3.50. ' "
Medium Puro Wool Union Suits at, a
Medium Wool Union Suits at, a suit, 11.00.
Heavy Cotton Rlh Fleeced Union Suits
Heavy Cotton Mb Union Suits nt, a suit.
Heavy Puro Wool Hhlrts and Drawers, a
Worstod Wool HhlrtB and Drawers, a gar
Oauzo Wool Shirts and Drawers, a gar
mont, $1.25. " -
Hoavy Cotton Mb Flceco Lined Bhlrta
and Drawers, a garment, BOo.
Rudge & Guenzel Co.
Stocks to Select
Rosa Bouton, '91, spent the summer
near Baileys, Colo.
Brigadier General J. J. Pershing,
Law, '93, was In Lincoln for a Bhort
Largest Assortment Newest Patterns
1225 O Street 25 Cents to $1.50
Try a lunch at tbe Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Tallormade Printing, Engraving and
Embossing. George Bros., Prlntery.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum, 12th and O.
Remember Don Cameron, He Is
Issuing coupon books at a discount
this year, and has fitted up an ad
Joining room with tables. 115-119
Due-bill on an up-to-date tailor for
sale at a $5 discount. See manager of
Daily Nebraskan. 2-tf
Students taken notice. Special rates
extended to you this week. Lincoln
Dancing Academy, 1124 N, third floor.
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School." See
display ad. 7-ot
WANTED New songs and yells for
the Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas
WANTED Somebody to make up
football songs to popular music. Hand
all songs to S, A. Mahood or R. S.
Try Thornburg's Orchestra for your
annual party. Second to none. Violin
and wind instrument lessons given.
Studio 41C So. 17th. Auto 5877.
Tho Union Literary Society met In
their rooms on the third floor of the
Temple Friday evening, A short pro
gram and the social hour completed
tho evening's entertainment.
Dr. D. R. Leland, a graduate of
Princeton and now student pastor of
tho First Presbyterian church of this
city, will speak at the Y. M, C. A.
meeting from 6; 50 to 7; 30 tomorrow
evening. "Master of Men" will be his
The Students' Medical Society will
hold its first meeting in N218 at 5
o'clock this evening. Everyone is
urgod 'to be present.
MINNESOTA WINS FROM
AMES, SCORE 18 TO 0
GOPHER8 PLAY ALL AROUND THE
IOWA PLAY8 POOR GAME But Wins
Kansas Wins From Oklahoma by 8core
of 11 to 0 With Hard Playing
Chicago Beats Indi
ana 21 to 0.
Hugo E. Nelson is a physician and
surgeon at Excelsior springs, Mo.
Guy P. Thurber, 91, Is living at 6720
Kelloy St., Pittsburg, Pa.
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Oscar R. Bowman, ,,'04, who-has been
superintending tuovBchopl8, of Lancas
ter county, is now at the head of tho
city schools of Aurora.
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Harriet E. Towne,JD4, hap resigned
her position as teacher, of .English In
the Lincoln high' school1, to take a de
partment in the officd'of the Nebras
Minnesota, 18; Ames, 0.
Kansas, 11; Oklahoma, 0.
Crolghton, 17; Mornlngslde, 6.
Navy, 12; Rutgers, 3.
Harvard, 8; Williams, 6.
Princeton, 3; Fordham, 0.
Yale, 36; Springfield, 0.
Army, 17; Trinity, 6.
Chicago, 21; Indiana, 0.
Carlisle, 8; State College, 8.
Kentucky, 6; Illinois, 2.
Pennsylvania, 12; West Virginia 0.
Michigan, 0; Case, 0.
Northwestern, 14; Purdue, 0.
Denver, 51; Wyoming, 0.
Grinnell, 14; Des Moines, 0.
Cornell, 16; Oberlln, 6.
Virginia 12; St. John's, 0.
nesota, 18; Ames, 0.
In a gamo replete with furablos, tho
Gophers yeBterdny defeated Ames on
a muddy, Bllppery field.
Heavy rain fell throughout tho nf-
kick from the twonty-flyo-yara' lino. .
Tho HawkeycB had tho hottor of .tho
contest at all stages, throo Umes nB
nlng tho ball to tho ton-yard lino la
tho first half, and In tho second half
ternoon, hampering tho work of both, Iowa had tho ball on Cornell's ' 6no-
teamB, Minneapolis apparently suffer
ing the most.
No BCoroB were made in tho second
half, the Amos cloven holding their
opponents safe in tho lattor part of
In the first half, tho Gophers playod
tho regular team, but in the second,
saved the men, putting In Bovoral sub
stitutes. JohnBon, who scored so frequently
against Iowa, waa not able to got
away bo often yesterday, tho wet field
hampering his speed.
He mado one safety and ono touch
down during tho gamo, while Picker
ing plunged through the line twice,
each time getting across tho lino for
a touchdown. Farnum was only ablo
to kick one goal out of his thrco
chances. The line-up:
VIdal l.o Fulton
Walker 1. 1 Troogor
MohlBtad 1. g Elliott
Farnum c Scott
Powers r. g Smith
McCree r. t Wllmarth
Rademachcr r. e Chappel
McGovern q. b McCoy
Johrison 1. h RIngham
Stevens r. h Harto
Pickering f. b'.. .'. Johnson
Hanson out-punted the Cornoll star,
Coppess, with phenomenal kicks, con
sidering tho position of tho ball
Rain foil, and as a result tho many
lino plays wore trlod, with Cornell at
tempting tho only forward pass of Ihe
Cornell had practically tho Bamo
toam that beat Ames last year, aad
tho officials pronounced tho game a
groat exhibition of early season football.
Frances C. Goro, '9.8, ont,ortaiHcd
the class at breakfast on Alumni Day.
Football in the west took n more In
teresting view after the results of the
last Saturday's games. The decisive
defeat of the Ames team by tho
Gophers and the nnrrowness by which
the Iowa team got away with tho
game with Cornell, tends to encour
age the Nebraska spirit and also to
cast a gloom upon it. Tho result of
the games between Ames and Minne
sota in previous years has been the
forecast of the Minnesota nnd Ne
braska score. But this year tho Go
phers are the strongest they have
been for the past three years, and the
Aggies and the Cornhuskers have a
practically untried team.
Kansas had all she could do to get
away with a victory In. tho game with
Oklahoma, and the men from the baby
state have only a mediocre team. Iowa
was unable to cross the line of tho
team from little Cornell, but was
saved by the booting of Capt. Hyland,
who put the. oval across the bars from
tho twenty-flve yArd line in the last
few minutes of play ,,
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 10. -Mln-
Lawrenco, Kan., Oct. 10. On a
sloppy gridiron Oklahoma University
yesterday succeeded In holding the
football team of Kansas University to
the Bcore of 11 to 0. The gamo, which
was mostly an exhibition of punting,
was marked by a largo number of pen
alizations for holding, offside plays,
and once Oklahoma' was penalized
thirty yards for slugging. Johnson and
Bond of Kansas played their usual
brilliant game, whilo there were no
stars for Oklahoma. Tho team work
of the Oklahomans was .the most pro
nounced feature pf tho contest.
Oklahoma. . , Kansas.
ReedB ,,.'.1.0. . '. . Caldwell-Ford
Douglas 1. 1 Smith
English. ......, .1. g. V. Smith
Thompson '. . . c. , . . Carlson-Lynch
Clark r. g,. .!.:.,.. . Loyott
Wolf ,r. t Randall
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Welling. ...;... ,r, e... ? ... . Brownleo
Nniren.. ,.., ..q.b. ...... Johnson-Hell
Capshaw. ; , . , . . .rfh , . . I?ond
Mortar...... . .. kl, h,.,, Pleasant
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Iowa ,CIty, la., Oct, 10. Iowa de
feated Cornell here Jn a fierce game on
a muddy field, by 3 to Q, the only score
being made late In the second 'half by
Right End Hyland, who mndo a drop
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