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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1909)
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THE DAILY NEBR ASK AN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPERTY" OP .
TIIIO UNIVERSITY OP 'NEBRASKA,
Lincoln. Nobnwka. 4
BY THE BT.UDENTPUD. BOAIU3.
Editor.- Vlotor B. Smith
Managing Editor K. P. Frederick
Aitoolate Editor.... Carl J. Lord
Auoclate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909.
Tho Dally Kansas In a recent issuo
gives NobrnBka formnl notice, in ordor
that tho flurpriflo may not bo too
much for tho weak nerves of tho Corn
huskors, that tho Jnyhawkors expect
to win. Thanks. Tho compliment 1b
returned. Nebraska has Bomo few ex
Bran now Bluo, Faded Cadot Chambry l A1 Tho kind othors sell at $1.R0. $2. J50 hats
Shirts, with tho Budd Labol ;; :: ;: :: MMiUU :: :: :: :: :. .. $2.50 and $3.00 shoes.
Rather inappropriate to havo No
brasku's football men gueBts of honor
at a performance of "Tho Sham." The
Cornhuskor varsity 1b no Bham; it's
tho real thing.
Tho present froshmnn class is
marked by nothing unless by ambitious
ofucc-seoklng. Three candidates for
each of tho minor class ofllces is a
record not usually achieved by Nebras
ka university classes.
Coincident with tho announcement
that tho senior breakfast is to bo held
noxt Saturday morning comes tho bul
letin from tho woathor bureau predict
ing a sevoro cold wavo in thlB section
Friday night. Seniors Bhould take
care to hunt up old overcoats today.
They may need thorn.
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Home of Kensington Clothes
The announcement that mid-semes
ters will como earlier in tho semester
than usual caused cold chills in sev
eral localities. Somo nlco calculations
wore upsot and Borne genuino work
will bo tho probable result.
Tho annual breakfast of tho senior
class, usually given early in tho
spring, is to bo hold this year in tho
fall. Tho date Bet for tho occasion is
next Saturday, and tho commlttoo in
chargo 1b working hnrd to mako tho
affair unusually BUCcesBful.
Tho breakfast should have tho sup
port and by that is meant tho per
sonal attendance of ovory senior. It
is ono of tho fow real traditions which
tho university possesses, and for that
reason, if for no other, it should bo
But, entirely aside from a question
of loyalty, yio senior who 'omits tho
class breakfast from his favored on
tertainmonts makes a mistake. He de
prives himsolf of a good time such aB
ho won't have again during Ills collego
career. Tho breakfast has about it an
Informal pleasuro which no other uni
versity affair possesses and Its very
novelty insures a good time.
THE GAME TODAY.
University students who havo a lit
tlo time to sparo today will do well to
attend the York-Lincoln high school
gamo on Nebraska field at 3 p. m.
Thoo two high schools are close ri
vals in athletic lines and tho game
this aftornoon promises to bo a pretty
contost. Both York and Lincoln havo
a habit of turning out excellent. toamB
aud this year 1b no exception "to tho
rule. York.possoBses such faith in its
aggregation that it has guaranteed nTi
attondnnco Of 200 York rooters who
expect to seo Lincoln dofeato'd by a
good score. Lincoln is equally con
lldcnt. In viow of tho fact that Lincoln high
school does much for university ath
letics, both by attendance at the
games and by sending forth annually
Right now this store offers to
college men a great display of Sty
lish Garments, especially suited to
their requirements. Designed
along plain lines, yet with a dash
of style that characterizes them as
out of the ordinary.
An enormous showing of grays
now so popular, and so well adap
ted to all kinds of wear. Blue
serges, 'too, in every grade.
Suits and Overcoats $12.50 to $50
Cars nth and O
a fine collection of athletics to work
for the glory of tho Scarlet and Cream,
a good attendance of university stu
dents would bo especially appropri
ate. ADVERTISE NEBRA8KA.'
A Nebraska student now at work in
a western stato writos to one of his
former teachers with n complaint as
to tho status of his alma mater in the
wost. According to his statement,
which may bo assumed as correct In
view of tho known charactor of tho
correspondent, tho neonlo nf tho went
do not appreciate tho good work done
at Nebraska. Thov fall tn pnnnirtnr
this institution at all in deciding where
to send their sons and daughters, and
consequently most of them journey
farther east to obtain culture which
they might Just as well get at Ne
braska. If this criticism applies to all parts
of tho west as it does to this particu
lar locality, Nebraska students and
alumni had indeed bettor seek an im
mediate remedy. This university
should have Its share of the east-bound
students, and it is up to her repre
sentatives in the west to do their best
to change the present condition. Their
personal efforts count for more than
nil the long-distance advertising thnt
the university can do.
What applies to tho alumni of tho
west is equally truo of those in all
sections of tho country. Natural prido
in their alma mater should lead these
men and women to boost for Nebraska.
Nebraska university can deliver tho
goods and her "old grads" need have
no fear of not acting for tho best In
tedests of prospective students by rec
ommonding this university to thorn.
TOF The Tailor
JJLi specialist on
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
. Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
29, Friday. 1 p. m., U112 Junior cap
and color committee.
29, Friday, 7 p. m., Epworth Park
Union Literary Society Hallowe'en
30, SaturdaySenior breakfast, 7 a. m.
30, Saturday, 3 p. m., Nebraska Field
Football, Nebraska vs. Doano Col
lego. 30, Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Students'
30, Saturday, 8 p. ra Templo Stu
dents' Agricultural Club.
2, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N2 Forestfy
3, Wednesday Nebraska Teachers'
Association opens annual conven
tion. 6, Saturday, 3 p. m. Nebraska Field
Football, .Nebraska vs. Kansas.
11, Thursday, 8 p. m, Dramatic Club
12, Frlday.-Fatornlty Hall Junior hop.
20, Saturday Denver University vs,
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, Wednesday. 6 p. m.-r-Thanksglvlng
25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
Indians vs. Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving re
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10, Friday, 8 p. m Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debate. "In
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