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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
. ,t,t,0JIGHT AT 816
"IN 'ASH AM." '
Prfce-if.50 $1.00r75c, 50c '
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f(., sat; a, sat. mat; ocrr 29-30
N "THE PRIZEWINNERS."
Mat., 50c and 25c; Night, $1.00 to 25c
" Week starting
monday night, october 25
T ' X dr"amaTic TRIUMPH nn
WflF-Bfr Presented b'y the
LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
Matinee Wed., 8at.J 2Be'and 25c'
Evenlngs----16, 25c and-35c;
... Next. Week , ..
"A BACHELOR'8 ROMANCE" -,
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WEEK 8TARTING. OCTOBER 25
FRANLYK UNDJERWOOD '
"DOBB'S DILEMMA" -MAT.
(EXCEPT MQN), 2:30 15c, 25c
EVE. AT 8;30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones; Bell 936, Auto 1628.' ',.
M i !
L. J. Heirzog
Tht University Man's Tailor
Tho Finest Work Dgmo and Pricoa Right
Call at Our New Storo
1230 O St.
I. An-makos'rdntedMwithr.fltaBd 3(
I per Month. Bargains in
I s Robuilt MaohTnos
I Lincoln Tyatwrltar Exihanf
V Aut6 1155. Bell 1181. 122 No. tlth
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 18th. Boll 848. Auto 585
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
We make a specialty of fan- i
ana pnhoh for Frat & Sorori' '
.always on hand.. Bell 205. i
Anto8181. . 1810 N St.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER fc OPTICIAN'
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
- ' OPTICIAN
1123 0 STREET, . YELLOW FRONT
'Your Fatroufe Sallcitci
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iftfG'a mpu s-yj)
H Gleanings jjff
' FrovV. iFrev -
( Tho Coronhusker staff 'will moot at
7f30 this evening in U106. ' ?
Dr, J. R. Davis. DenUst.-il23j O St
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-The. aealor 'prom, -.committee .will
meet-at 7:30. this evening in UJ02. '
. Chapln Bros., florists. 127 Sol3th.
Thp senior play, commijeo will meet
today at jil o'cloqk In U106.
Green's Banitary Barber Shop." 120
Instruction in conversational . Gor
man. .V. Hlllor, Telephone 7262. t
Get your dance programs at Gfcorgo
Bros., 13th and N stB.
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Tho freshman class will meet ' at
11:30 this morning in 'Memorial' Hall
to complete tho election of officers.
i Remember. Don- Cameron, , Ha is
Issuing .coupon books af. a discount
this year, and has fitted up an ad
joining ' "room with' tabTos. 116-ii'D
So. 12th". a-..
y OlgUlil pu JUDIVIUU tlllllYJUMVfWU ,U1U
plqdglng of ,F. E. Dinsmorq,, 1911, of
Try a lunch at the Y.' M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts. " . .-
1325 O Street
The Pershing Rifles will hold regu
lar drill and business meeting in the
Armory at 7 o'cloqk tonight.
A new matting has" beon laid over
tho floor of tho botanical library in
Froy & Froy, choice, powers. 1338
O St., north side.
All sophomor'6 'candidates for1 the
class football team are requested to
moet south of tho library at 11 a. m.
today. H.'B. Poar'sd, fagr.
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Scalding gymnasium and basket-ball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckman Bros.-, 1107. O .St,
The Swedish Club .will meet at, 8
o'clock' tonight in the, music rpom of
theTdmple. A program -will bo. rend
ered and several business matters
Russell ?Iarks, who played on. the
Yale football team. In 1895, was a, cam
pus, visitor, yesterday. Ho roferoed
tha South pak.ot-Nebraska game af
Lincoln flyo years xgov t ' t tt
Try Thornburg'B Orchestra,. lor your
annual party,' Second ,to none. Violin
and wind instrument lessons given.
Stutllo 416 SO, 17$. Auto 6877.
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' NotIco---A"lf students who dl'd not
leave' their city faddross''ht'tho" regis
trar's office aPtho 'time 'of registra
tion, or have since changed, 'are re
quested to do' so at once. "'
Try George Bros; for you'rnext order
of engraved -cards. - '' .
' The" tnembers of the fatuity of the
school of agriculture mefyestordayat
ltf a. m., Wednesday Oclober 27; in
room 20G,'lln Agricultural Hall.
THE OLD BOOK STdRE.
Now located at 208 South 12th. 'Caft
and examine the 'slightly used- text
books,. Save you money. -
The Olympic commltteos of the
senior. .andjuniorclasBes ,wlll ,mee,t
in TJ7 at 11 tfclock Tuesday. Tho
meeting' ;b .Important, .as preliminary
arrangements for the freshman-sophomore
contest, must bo , made immedi
ately. - ' , t
' Am I straining my eyes? , Don't
guess---It'B tlsky." My business is; to
tell you.' G.cW, Hpwe, .optician,. 319
No. 12th. . - 23.-3t
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-yow 8lthog.i.g flAat
Webora Sultorlum, 12th and O.
The' members' of tho Kappa Alpha
Thota sorority cntortalncd tho ..mom
b'ors of the Phi Gamma Delta frater
nity at a houso party at tho loqaj chap
tor houso Saturday ovoning.
. Tho old book storo is now at 208
Bouth 12th. . .11
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Advertisements for the Want ad col.
umn should be left at -the business off
flee, basement Administration build
Ing., between 11 a. m. and 12 m., oc
between 2 p. m. and 5 p. rh.
Want ads will positively not be In
serted unless paid In advance," at the
rate of 10 ceita1 per Insertion for
very fifteen Words or fraction 'there
of ..for the first insertion; three lnserr
tlons 26. cents; fivcjnsortlons 40 cpns.
WANTEDow B6ngs and yolls for
tho ' -Minnesota, Iowa -and Kansas
t"t ' -.?.
, WANTED Somebody--to. mako up
football BongB to popular muBic. Hand,
all son$8 to S. A. Mihood or R.' B.
liost Peary watch charm, with
Masonic emblem on it. Roturn 4o'
Nobraskan ofllco. 20-3t
Wanted Engineering studonts who'
have tnkon. M. E. 1 to volunteor theirV
services td do lathe work during the
industrial oxhibit which Is to bo hold,
im. tho city Auditorium during tho
meeting of tho State Teachers Asso
ciation, November 3, 4, 5. Any student
who is willing to give ono, two or"
threo hours, for his university -please
notify Professor Bunting, or George R.
Chatbum, Chairman Committee on Ex
fif-v'f, i't- ' t-.
NEW ARRIVALS IN
HATS & CAPS
the New TJiings You Want
Found Season athlotlc. ticket signed
E. E. Murphy, Jr. Owner may have
same by calling at Nebraskan ofllco
and paying for this ad. 23-3t
Lost Gold' cuff-link. Please roturn
to Olga Strastlng. 123G Q,. and r.epolvo
reward. ' 23-3t
Lost Franklin and Williamson Al
ternating Currents Roturn to Daily
DELINQUENT 8TUDENT8 TAKE
Notices to appear before the Secre
tary of tho Committee on Delinquent
Studonts, as before any other admin
istrative officer, niust forthwith bo
complied with either in person or, In
case of sickness or unavoidable ab
sence frohi tho city, by otherwise giv
ing Information for non-appearance.
Studonts not reporting within rea
sonable time (say three dayB) after
recolvlng notice will be suspended
from the University.
Rul'ol23 of tho "Rules and'Rogula
tions Governing Students,' copies of
which may bo obtained from the' Reg
istrar, reads, "Whenever' a student Is
dropped from tho University on ac
count of vicious or wanton delinquency
bis name Is publlshe'd."
Chairman Com. on Del. Students '
S. AVERY, Chancollor.
VIOLIN RECITAL AT CONVOCATION
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Mrs. 8llehce ' Dales-Knapp to' 'Enter'
'tain Students Today.
At convocation this 'morning Mrs.
Silence Dalos-Knapp will give 'a violid
recital, assisted by MIsb LouIbo Zum
wlnkel as accompanist. The.program
will consist of Mozart's 'concerto in' E
flat, allegro moderatd, adalgo, and
allofrotta. . '
MORE BOTANY SPECIMENS.
The University Herbarium .WIN. Be In
, , creased by New 8outh Pacific
Ocean Plants, ; , , '
Thora havo been arrangements
made by tho botanical department for
tho shipment of several groups of the
plants, of tho Bouth Pacific These
plants are to be native plants of New
Zealand and Australia, and' are fur
nished to tho botanical department for
use in the herbarium.
The plants that-cnave been ordered
are of two groups Trom this section
oi me giooe ana are classed as boutn
Pacific algae and flowering, plants-and
ferns from Australia. andb;few Zealand.
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mm nuM nuaninDLr
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ROOTERS ARE PLEASED
JOWA MEN APPRECIATED ATTEN
TION OF CORNHUSKER8.
LIKE THE ENTERTAINMENT OFFERED
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Dally lowan Comments on the Man
ne'r In Which Nebraska Enter
tained Her Visitor Last
. In a recent Ibbuo of tho Dally lowan,
the student daily of tho University
of Iowa, thoro appears a story Bignod
VD. At," wherein tho Iowa mon ox J
press thoir appreciation of tho treat
ment accorded thorn by Nebraska. The
fltory in part-follows:
"Studonts, managers, coaches, ath-,
lotos and citlzons of Lincoln united'
in boing' hospitablo to tho Iowa team.
Friday and Saturday. "King" .Oolo.i
tho conch of tho Nobraska team-, Man-i
agcr Bagor, and others all co-operated
with the Haw,kyQ dolpKaIpn in.
annolnl anntlnna fxin Thn fiir1nna
vbe;iilfy disposed ard'.ho vis-
uura uiiu uiuuy oi tuu rouiuru wuru
shown through tho university Satur
day' 'foronooni " ' f . w-,'
"Tho Jowft colonk of playorp, rooters
and alumni was quartered at the Ho
tol Royal owing to tho fact that tho
Lincoln havo a strict rulo that no
athlctlq teams shall over bo their
guests. Ho'ro the Hawkeyo' Interests
centered' and 'hero tho silent' littlo
band of"' Hawkoyo sympathizer's gath
ered on Saturday morning to discuss
tho chances in the afternoon. The
Iownns woro ultra-conservative. In
talking to' tho Lincoln residents', but
among themsolvoB thoy woro saying,
'Iowa can show them if tho men will
only fight.' '
"Seven hours later that samo hotel
lobby was filled with hoarso rooters
smiling and tumbling over each other
to grasp tho hands of tho tired and
Btill exhausted players as they came
out of tho' elovator. Tho team dressed
at tho hotel owing to tho limited gym
nasium accbmmodatlons. After ih6
gdmo as quickly 'as thoir clothes weVe
changed they came downstairs for
dinner. Then tho students who had
yelled fqr the team from tho north
Btands greeted tho members of tho
eleven. The Unexpected had hap
pened and everybody was happy,
" '.Blondy (A- R. Goroll pf New
ton, la., half bapk on tho first, team
that Iowa over hud, 'was tho'ro." He
played in 1888. "Joe" Brown of Clear
field, Ia. William Larrabeo, Jr., and
other alumni wero in tho lobby meet
ing , tho dozen or fifteen rooters that
arrived Saturday in Lincoln. Former
studonts now attending- Nebraska or
Omaha schools rooted for Iowa and
wero In and about tho hotql.most.pt
CLUB TO CH008E NEW MEMBER8
A number of candidates, more than
over before, will Hry' but for tho' Dra
matio Club this year. ThoBo tryouts
will bo held jn the. Temple theater
NoVombor 11. Tho ,appllpantsv.doslr
ing to try out must' register with the
secretary of the club, Mlsa Margaret
Guthrie; at which tlme they receive a
number which, denotes- tho - time of
their . annearan'ce. . This obviates the
necessity of tho candidates waiting
th'ntU Itim rtfiwxiifyli 'a '1nn''llallHr 6il
dldates. The'-pieooB given for ;tho
try-outs may .bo either monologuo,,, or
several parts taken by ono perspn, qif
three or four or moro may take parts
of some scene and give It together!
All of the pieces chosen, however,
must be. from some play, . ( i
PICK IOWA TO, GET BEATEN.' ,
Freshmen Laws Don't' Look With
Favor on Hawkeye Eleven.
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An. enterprising member -pf tho
freshman law cIbbs yesterday took a
straw' vote of 'the 'first" year students
In that college to determine their
sentiment in regard to the .Iowa-Missouri
game 'JL6 bo played npxt .Satur
day. The opinion wa practjcally
unanimous In favor of the Mia'sourianfe
and the guessts as 'to the' probable
score ran all thq,way froja baro vic
tory to an overwhelming score. 1 1
From the indication thus offered it
would seem that Nebraska students do
not consider Iowa of prime importance
Jn the western football sltuatloa, de
spite her .holding. Nebraska to a tie
last week. The' confidence In Missouri
is1 interesting tod, considering thai
that team-is being especially pointed
to defeat Kansas on. Thanksgiving
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"The QrliWYcHft Lyric."
A dramatization of WlnBton Churqb
ill's jjroat novo), "Tho CrlBk" Vtho..
bill, at tho Lyric this week:; "''Mr
Crisis" dopicts thoxflfe of oid'sfc' ;
Louis boforo and diTrlng th6 Varin
a manner which old rosldonta of 'fiat "
city havo pronounced to bo wonder-
fully truo (o life. Tho courteous, hot
tempered' southern gontlemonr 4are
shown in strong contrast to the, quiet
but determined northornors WhoJjmJ
migrated Into tho city during tha"'
twonty years boforo secession broke
stilt In ilt. mm.1. &.. I At . f A Ja it -
uuw lit uiu BUUUi. VIIU 111 U10 II11UBC 0
tho story of strifo and hnrdshlnV'MK
Churchill has woven a tnlb'b'f intonrfe '-'
human Interest about characters kof
great boauty and strongth. '-'
In tho dramatization, soraothlng.of
tho flnor dopths of Mr. Churchill's' vis
ual picturo Is lost, but on thewholo
tho play 1b a worthy production, For
ono who has not road tho b.qpji anOU
tnoroby had a chanco to pptp,(lIr.
Churchill's own carofiul)ochnipnj5tojza
tlons, tho drama Is oxcellont.'. Al
though Miss Cartor stars' 'In the. oast
as Virginia Carvel, Mlsa Mackaygas
Aunt Nancy has drawn a good nab aTo
of tho applnuso. Mr. Bollalro asEHt
phot Hoppor proves to bo an injrosi
ing villain and Mr. Murdock dopU
as Colonel Carvol. Mr, Klrlandas
Silas Whipple Is, not so good, but nYs' .
is duo moro to tho hardness of 'tho
part than to tho faUlt of tho actor.'
$2.00 Pe? Yeaf
In connexion with our de
licious cold sodas, we are
serving Hot Drinks fromv
an Electric Urn. Come
and try "Tommy V'gdeji
cious hot chocolatel ytfe?
assorted wafers. It's oijt ,
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