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1 8AT. MAT. A. NIGHT, NOV. 6
THE COWBOY GIRL
Mat, 25c and 10c; Eve., 75c to 25c
WED. MAT. & NIGHT, NOV. 10
PAID I1N FULL
Mat., $1.00 to 25c; Night. $1.50 to 50c
Nov. 13 "LITTLE HOME8TEAD"
Matinees Wed. and 8at.
Beginning Monday Night, November 1
A Bachelor's Romance
Will Be Presented by the
LYRIC STOCK COMPANY
Prices Evenings, 25c, 25c and 35c.
Matinee, 15c and 25c
N E X T W E E K " Z I R A "
WEEK 8TARTING NOVEMBER 1
CARSON & MILLARD
DAVEY & PONEV MOORE
FOX & FOXIE
ALBURTU8 & ALTU8
MAT. (EXCEPT MON) 2:30 15c, 25c
EVE. AT 8:30 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
Ls. J. Herzog
Tht University Han's Tailor
Tho Finest Work Done and Prices Right
Call at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
HERE'S TO YOU
and you will always feel
good and wear good
clothes if Ludwig
acono of all tho big fratornity, partloB
and most of tho larger unlvorslty hops.
Nono of tho private dances will bo
hold, howovor, before tho Junior hop.
Prom tho first Friday of Docombor
until late next spring tho GreokB will
hold their various parties, fraternities
and sororities each giving at least
ono affair at tho Lincoln.
Limit Number Present.
The number present at tho Junior
hop will be strictly limited to that
necessary to pay out. President Ober
felder of tho third year class has in
structed tho committoo not to attempt
to make money on the dance and con
sequently thoro is no reason for tho
limit to be exceeded.
"We shall have a limit and wo shall
enforce it," said Chairman Lawronco
yesterday. "There will positively be
no- tickets sold after we havo a suf
ficient number out to pay expenses.
Crowding Bimilar to that at last year's
sophomoro hop will not be repeated.
Men who have dates must got their
tickets early if they do not wish to
run tho risk of being shut out Posi
tively no exceptions will tie made to
this rule, and members of tho commit
tee will have no friends when It comes
to letting late-comers in."
Tho committee began active work
selling tickets early this week and re
port a good domand. Tho following
'are members of tho committee: Vin
cent Hgscall, K. P. Frederick,- C. P. Ro
man, Julia Noglo, Mary Challls, and
The regents of the University of
Michigan will be asked to devote a
part of the trust funds to the build
ing of residence halls for girls.
Swimming is a compulsory course
at Syracuso University. Freshmen
are taught how to swim and to save
their lives and those of others.
Ono hundred undergraduates of tho
University of .Chicago havo been
dropped because they gave a bit too
much time to social affairs. This
action- marks an attompt of the unl
vorslty to raise Its scholastic stand
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COOK THEIR OWN MEALS, --
SAVE MONEUAIN WEIGHT
KAN8A8 MEN PAY $1.25 EACH FOR
GAIN TWO POUNDS EACH BY CHANGE
Eight K. U. Boy 8 Rent a Kitchen and
Work Unique Plan for Sav
ing Money and Bet
Bight of tho boys of tho K. U. house
at 133C Vermont street havo under
taken a novel project In tho way of a
boarding club. They havo rentod a
room at 1340 Vermont street, put In
kitchen furnishings, and dedicated It
to tho uso of tho culinary art. Hero
they take turns at cooking and serv
ing their meals.
Tho plan has been working for two
weokB now, and tho supportors declaro
it a complete buccosb. Tho boys havo
arranged a schedule for diking all tho
work themselves, and they, recommond
the plan to any students desiring to
reduco their oxponses and at tho same
time to find a boarding place that will
seem like home.
Each of the young men.ns it hap
pens, has had a more or Icsb thorough
kitchen training under the supervis
ion of a mother and tho wholesome
ness of thd faro is proved by tho fact
that tho average Increase in weight
for each of the eight members, since
tho club started, is ovor two pounds,
an effect which each had failed to se
cure at tho boarding clubs.
By their work sohedulo, the boys aro
divided into pairs and each is sched
uled for five meals per week. 'The
stewardship rotates. Tho neatness en
forced in tho caro of the room would
be a credit to many family kitchens.
Tho cost of board under this sys
tem will run from S1.25 to $2 per
week, all told.
Bills of Fare.
Tho bill of faro varies with the
About your Qlothes
Building Clothes for
College Men Makes Us
wishes o( tho club xnomboro, and thoro
is always an abundanco of plain,
wholesomo food, such as many of tho
"old grads," who aro now prominont
lawyers, doctors, statesmen and teach
ers over tho stqto Hvod on when they
wont to tho university, in its early
days. For tho morning moal thoro is
breakfast food, eggs on toaBt, mflk
toast and hot enkos. Only tho dinner
monu includes meat Then thoro 1b
steak, roast or boiled moat, with po
tatoes and gravy, applo sauce, bread
and buttor and rico pudding. At sup
per, fried potatoes, corn, tomatoos and
fruit sauco aro sorved.
F. B. Wells and John 8hivo aro at
prosont tho club's stowards. Tho
other members aro B. C. O'Roko, L.
A. Baldwin, B. L. Bray, L. H. Mossor,
O. J. Swopo, and James Bain.
WILL VISIT UNIVER8ITY.
Prof. E. A. Ross, Noted Sociologist)
Coming November 5.
Prof. E. A. Robs, head of tho depart
ment of Boclology at tho Unlvorslty
of Wisconsin, and formerly of Nebras
ka, will moot a numbor of clnssoB at
tho Unlvorslty of Kansas Novombor 5.
Professor Ross will addrosB the State
Toachors' Association Novombor 4, nt
Topcka, and by special invitation has
agreed to come to tho university tho
next day. '
Speaking of tho ox-NebrasUan, the
Kansan says: "Professor Robs Is a
strong speaker and has a striking
personality. Ho Is tho author of a
number of books on sociology that
have attracted wldo attention, among
thorn 'Sin and 8ocIety, and 8ocIal
The women of Orogon and Wash
ington Universities havo formed an
intercollegiate debating league Be
ginning with this fall, forensic con
tests will bo hold botween tho two
Columbia College is making a
strenuous effort to regain some of her
lout prestige in collego sports. During
tho coming year, $18,000 will bo avail
able for thiB purposo.
All makos rontod with stand $3
per Month. Bargains in
Llnotln Typiwrltir ExtfiMgt
Auto HOB. Boll 1181, 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Go.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 18th. Boll 848. Anto2fi80
The First Truit & Sav
4 Per, Cent Interest A
$1 opins an aooount "
Comf r I Oth & O Street
are now in season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
a you can at ournew store? No
need of being crowded
Kitchen s.'w r r
1220 O Street
Saves you Time $ Money
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