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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1909)
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TOMORROW, MATINEE AND NIGHT
LYMAN H. HOWE'S
20 BIG NEW FEATURES
Mat., 25c and 16c; Night, 50c, 30c, 25c
THUR8DAY NIGHT, OCT. 28
IN " 8 H A M."
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25
A DRAMATIC TRIUMPH NN
Will B6 Presented by the
LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
Matinee Wed., 8at.; 25c and 25c
Evenings 15, 25c and 35c
"A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE"
WEEK 8TARTING OCTOBER 25
MAT. (EXCEPT MON) 2:30 15c, 25c.
EVE. AT 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
l,. J. Herzog
Ths University Man's Tailor
Tho Finest Work Dono and Prices Right
Call at Our Now Store
1230 O St.
I All makes rented with stand $3
1 per Month. Bargains in
I Robuilt Machine?
I Lincoln1 Typtwriter Exchange
: Auto 1165. Bell 1181. 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 18th. Bell 848. Auto 2586
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
,-. -a s t-j.", ; xJii'w-7 a a m
1U CKfc-AM "$
IS SO POPULAR v.
We-make a'specialtyof .fan-
cy creama, sherbets, Ices ,
.1 i Ai. ii'iinf m virvi.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTJCIAH
;c. A Tucker
I JEWELER ' j
IIMO STREET, OfELLOW fiROMT
Patronnic Solicited ti
J and punch for Ji'rat; k aoron-
Vty partiesiWhtyping Cream ,w
8' ? always on hand. Bell 205. "
I : Anto8181. ilSlONSt,
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Froy & Proy.
Tho university observatory will bo
open to visitors tonight from 7:30 to
10 p. m. for a view of the moon.
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentfst. 1234 O St.'
You will find, up-to-date styles In
monogram stationery, engraved and
printed visiting cards and dance pro
grams at George Bros.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. l3th.
All senior girlB are requested to
moot in U10G at 11:30 this morning.
Caps and gowns will bo among the
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
The school of agrlculturo opens next
Monday. An enrollment of about 400
Got your dance programs at Gdorge
Bros., 13th and N stB.
Miss Alma Frum, 1910, visited over
Saturday and Sunday at her home in
Spalding gymnasium and basket-ball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St
1325 O Street
Florence Roth, 1909, was a campus
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
All members of the junior hop com-
mitteo will meet today at Ave o'clock
Special rates to students. Join our
class at once. Lincoln Dancing Acad
Erwin Hopt, 1909, arrived In tho
city Saturday to get ready for his
work in tho department of soils and
farm management when tho school of
Froy & Froy, choice flowors. 1338
O St, north side.
MIbb Marjorlo Thompson, Alpha Phi,
was a campus visitor yesterday.
Remember Don Cameron, He is
Issuinc coupon ' books at a discount
this year, and has fitted up an ad
joining room with tables. 115-119
"Heinle" Weller, 1909, Is viBiting at
the Delta TJpsllon house.
Try Thornburg's Orchestra for your
annual party. Second to nono. Violin
and wind Instrument lessons given,
Studio 416 So. 17th. Auto 5877.
The remainder of tho bleachers on
tho now athlotlc field were erected
Try George Bros, for your next order
of engraved cards.
Alpha Omicron Pi sonority entor
tainod at a house party last Satur
day evening. About twenty couples
were In attendance.
See our display ad. Lincoln Select
Dancing Academy, 1124 N.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorium, 12th and O.
The members of the Chi Omega
sorority entertained at a house party
last Saturday" evening at tho chapter
Headache caused by eyo-atrain can
he cured with, glasses. I can euro you,
G, W. Howo, Optician, 819 No. 12th, i
Tho glass' for the 'now gronhouses
has arrived and is being put in place.
It,.ls hoped that Jbese buildings wiU
ha flnJnhei! before 'the , extreme , cold
weather 'will, "commence' j , , ti
25 Per Cent
J On sale this week, our en
tire stock of Men's Fancy
Vests at 25 per cent discount. Assort
ment embraces all the most favored
styles in neat stripe effects, and the
more pronounced designs.
Captain Bartlott of tho rifle rango
corps has had tho members of that
part of tho cadet battalion out for.
dally drill for tho past fow days esti
mating distances and similar dutlos
along tho lino of that work.
NEW ARRIVALS M
HATS & CAPS
the New Things You Want
The mombers of the Porshlng Rifles
are requested to meet In tho Armory
Thursday ovenlng for drill and a busi
Tho now sidewalk to tho mechanical
engineering laboratories has boon laid
in part and tho work of complotlng all
of It will bo but a matter of a fow
Prof. H. C. RobortBon of Purdue,
who has spent seven yoarB In mis
sionary work among tho Llteratti In
China, was a campus visitor yostor-
Professor G. W. L. Taylor of tho de
partment of political economy ad
dressed tho members of tho univer
sity dobating squad yesterday. Ho
spoko of tho economic features of tho
income tax, which is tho question for
tho intorcoUegiato debate December
Expenses In College.
$250 cash or a year in college can
bo earned by one young man or young
lady In each county in tho United
States. Plan eaBy and does not Inter
fere with other occupation, No money
required. For particulars address
M. H. Pomberton. Columbia, Mis
Advertisements for the want ad col.
umn should be left at the business of
fice, basement Administration bud
Ing, between 11 a. m. and 12, m or
between 2 p, m. and 5 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be in
serted unless paid In advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first insertion; three Inser
tions 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents,
WANTED New songs and yellB for
tho Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas
WANTED Somebody to mako up
football songs to popular music. Hand
all songs to8. A, Mahood or rRv'S.
Moseloy,, ( ,
' Lost Psychology noto-"book and' elo
cution book about -the cairipus, ' Ploaso
leavo at Nebraskan 'ofllcq. " O. Ff
Walter. , , . .., U
Peary watch' charm, wltti
Masonic emblem on it. Return tp
Nebraskan office, t ' ' ' 20-St
The person, who pri Friday took
from the library a coat'bolori'glrig to
Mlss'Elsie Carter, 1129 P street, is re
quested to leavo it-at library desk, and
recede hprown, .
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Silk' Four -
Lincoln tor. the
See Special Window Displays
Radge &6aenjel Co
Continued from Pago 1
NEBRA8KA AND IOWA PLAY
FURIOU8 GAME TO A TIE
making tho scoro six to n"othlng"'Vni
Iowa's favor. ' j
On tho klokoff Iowa sent tho ball
over tho lino for a touchbaek, so tho;
play Btarted on tho twenty-flvo-yard
lino. Nobraska promptly fumbled and
lost tho ball. Gross was unabo to
mako gains and Iowa attompted a fiold
goal from tho thirty-two-yard lino,
which rosulted in another touchbaek.
Franck and Doltzor mado slight gains
and Beltzor punted. Harto mado fivo
yards and Tomplo was held for ho
gain, so Beltzor again punted. Iowa
punted to Hascall, who fumbled and
Iowa secured tho ball on tho Nebraska
flftoon-yard lino. Iowa lost seven
yards on a tacklo by Ewlng nnd then
punted to Franck on NobraBka'B sove'n-i
yard lino. Beltzor gained three yards
on tho first down, and followed with
six on a fako punt. A punt followed,
placing tho ball on tho thlrty-flvo-yard
After making fivo yards on end
runs an eight-yard gain was mado by
Iowa on a forward pass. A drop kick
by Hyland mlBsed tho goal and a
touchbaek fosultod. Beltzor mado a
forward pass to Magor, who touched
It and captured it, making a gain of
thirty yards. Rathbono followed with
a fifteen-yard gain through tho Iowa
conter. Time was called with tho ball
on tho Iowa thirty-fivc-yard lipo, and
tho Bcoro six to nothing In favor of
The 8econd Half.
Tho second half opened with
Boltzor's kick off to tho fivo-yard lino
but Iowa returned to tho thirty-two-.
yard lino. On tho first down Tomplo
downed his man, who mado no gain.
Iowa punted to Franck, who returned
to tho fifty-yard lino. Nobraska 'was
penalized fifteen yards for holding.
Rathbono gained fivo yards In two
downs and Boltzor punted, 'Shonka
making a good tacklo and' downing
the Iowa man in Ills tracks.
Nebraska' hold the Hawkoycs arid
forced them to punt. Iowa waB penal
ized fivo vards. Unnfblo to mako gains
on lino bucks Iowa attended a for
ward pass, (mtjt hit tho grpund' knd
was taken in by Boltzor, wlio advanced
It twenty yards towanj tho. Iowa goal
ueiuor fnen, pui,ieu, V, J arid punted, and Murphy "rtenVne-dhe
blpcked and Nebraska spcured thoball to' q forty.yard line. Tkri'was
ueuzor tnen, puqiea, out
buck Rathbpne malo olpht y4rds, an
Harto. followed wltji'pight. ,ThV AV
was novy, on' tho towj'thlrtyard'ilno.
jvhen tho, Hawkoyea' obtained the ball
on, ai fuinblo oil their tworfty-flye-ynrq
lino. Iowa punted tp Hascall', wh(
fumbled. Beltzer followed up the "b'al
and mado 'a sligh't 'relurtf ' Ho thoi
punted and downed the' Iowa man in, t
good' taqklo In tho center of th6f fieltl
Iowa was unable to mako gains;
Jrapckyinat Quarter' fJ
this pplnt Franck was shifted tp
quarter and. Magor was put ,ln as right
half, 'chaunter was put. in at' Vlght
end for Magor.' Beltzer puntod to Uib'
t, J ,1,
aft ..' I
Silk Scarfs at
- five dozen knftKd'
in - Hands, in new" n
Colorings, 12 plain colorings; also ,T6Wkm.'
distinct combinations of colorinpV 'irV'
cnecta; now snow., m, t
hrst time. , , , ,
, ,.Vi (,, iifj
V i f, UC will'
. . flWJ
forty-flvo-yard lino and Shonka 'downed
his man on thp fortyiyard llnepa
forward pass Nobraska gainedr,p,lYen
yards. Chauner mado no ,.gajn,..,and
Iowa got tho ball. Foo, ipade,, jwo
yards and Chauner agatnvgo.lio boll,
Hyland again tried .PJ, ,flolgooi,
but failed, tho playrpsultlng a
touchbaclc. Boltzor ', .Magor and
Ewlng mado good gains 'rirtrf a pjint
followed, rosultlng in Iowa's Ij'air'on
tho forty-fivo-yard line. On' 'a forwnffl
paBs tlroy mado eleven yards', and- fol
lowed with an onsldo kick.Wjhlplj was
taken in by Franck, who rctu,rnod the
ball fifteen yards.
Nebraska Makes Touchdown.
Tho Cornhuskors no'begafl"'toi)ic1
up. Rathbono gained six through
Iowa's center, which was followed' by
four by Magor. Rdfhbdno again mado
four yards which was folIbveuvby an
onsldo kick, Ndbra'ska 'Bbcuring'rtho
ball and making tWonty-flVo yards.' "On
tho next down Boltzor cdrrled tho'ball.
Ho was draggdd "through t'holow'a'llne,
advancing for elghtoen yards.,; Magor
gained two yards around the Iowa
right end and Harte mado three moro.
On tho third down thoro was.flyo to
gain, which was .madeby Bqltzor.. Tho
ball was soon on-, he; lowp, ton-yafd
lino. Tomplo mado six yards., ,On ho
next down tho ball wascarrled, behind
tho line. Nebraska fumbled the ,ball,
but It was taken in, by Magor, vho
mado tho touchdown. Franck kicked
goal. '1 .. 'J
In tho lastr partof 'tho.haJOUerball
was in both territories. Ipa wosun
ablev. to mao gains and wri's ''held far
downB or forced to punt. Once Iowa
reached Nebraska's twonty-flEaryArd
lino, but wero there hpldl, an,4 l9st
ground. Hyland again attempted .a
goal from field', but failed.
Iowa Made Good End Run. ,i(. -
Nebraska made her ten yad. In
three downs, Templo. Rathbono " and
Magor carrying ? th'-'ball.; Hyla'rfd
again tried a, goal from field. iramthe
forty-one-yard line, but his. kick went
wild. Tho ball struck In1 front' of
Franck, but he used hiB'Tiead."a'fld 'al
lowed, the .ball to pass forpftijitQiich
back. Nebraska punted. ... $ , .
This was followed by tho" sensational
run, of i tho gome, mado by1 Fe7tho
Hawkoyo quarter. He,, made agajp of
fifty-five yards and was 'close" to Ne
braska's goal lino with no' CoHifmsk
ers. In front of Him When -Boltzer
taojclqd him from tho rear anid.,dpwnad
him only twolye yards from, tno goal
line ,"' ' '' ; '-i4tTv
JHyland again tried a drop klckr.tbJs
tlmo f romif' thorj.flvo-yord ..,liner but
nitssed. Ndbraskd"mado slight sains
called with the ball v on .'.Nebraska's
thlrty-fivo-yard lln.6, t i..t,lt
Tho following was tho'ilne-upand
ther officials. ' ' :"""
Nebraska.' rsv & IdWi.
Johnson 1. o.. , Kronen sky
Harto, . ., 1. 1.. , . . , :,..'., Ehret
Wolcott.. .,; 1. g .t. "BoIiThuII
Shonka. ,..... .c, .lO'BHen
Ewlng , , . ,r- g.. . . ..,i,7;s..rtfanson
Templo ., .r. t. ...".. . Gross ."(c.)
MEtgor-Chaunor..r. e,. , .',;' ''"Hyland
Hascall-Frarick.fq, b 7(?l ftta
Rathbone. , f f, b, &,"! ,w;Y Murphy
Beltzer (c.) 1. h. ..... v. Cljliys
Franck-Magor., ,r. h,. ,,...,. !", ., ,Dyer
Tho officials wore: Lieutenant' Bea
ver, U. S. A., referee: Captaln'AKlng,
u. u. a., umpire; Teu-atuftrxHia,
sota, field judge .and 'Held UUwfman.
Attendanpe. 5,B6Binffl,J '" ,&"?
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