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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TODAY, 2:30; TONIGHT 8:15
WM. MACAULEY IN
The Little Homestead
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Beginning Monday Night, Nov. 8
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A 8trong Emotional Drama by
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Evenings, 15c, 25c and 35o
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Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
Pitts Dancing School
Boginnera' Class Wed. nnd Sat,
Advanced Class Monday
10th and O Phono 5405
JU. J. Herzog
Tht University Man's Tailor
The Finest Work Done and Prices Right
. Call at Onr Now Store
1230 O St.
All makes rented with stand $3
tier Month. Bargains in
Llnotln Typiwrlttr Exchtngt
Auto 1155. Bell 1181. 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Co.
TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
187 No. 18th. Bell 848. Auto 2585
old to Students at 10 per cent dis
count if this ad is brought to our store
LAWLOR CYCLE CO.
1334 O STREET
Bring Your Next Job of Printing to
VAN TINE PRINTING CO. j
and Get Satisfactory Results
128-130 No. 14th St. Auto 3477
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
'Your Patropijc Solicited
. 3T "3r 4L V
Prey & Frey.
The Bophomoro hop committee will
meet at 5 p. mi. Monday In 1J102.
Dr. J. It. Davis, DontiBt. 1234 O St.
W. W. Wenstrand has gono to his
homo in Wahoo to visit over Sun
Spalding gymnasium and basket-ball
shoes, Swedish gymnasium bboob.
Beckman Bros.. 1107 O St.
Ben Cherrington, 191Q, rofereed the
game between Doane and Hastings at
The big night students' night Sat
urday Unl orchestra. Lincoln Dane
Ing Academy. 8ee display ad. 34-2t
A. C. McGowan haB returned from
Kansas after an absence of two
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A.
will hold a Joint social In the Temple
Saturday evening, Nov. 20.
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. 12th and O.
The Agricultural Club will meet in
tho Temple tonight. Professor Bar
bour will speak.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
B. M. Medlar is in Crete in the
interest of the Rochester student vol
Rubbing won't stop It, when eyes
Itch, burn, smart or ache. See Howe,
Opatician,- 319 No. 12th. ll-3t
Persons who have changed their
W Gleanings w
Fill K" Somc New Tnings
riJFL.IV in HATS and CAPS
and HATTER Hate
addresses and want their new ad
dress put in the students' directory
must notify the registrar at once.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 115-119
So. 12th street. . ,
The date for the sophomore hop
has been set for December 11. The
dance will bo held at the Lincoln. A.
C. McGowan Is chairman and Ward
Rubendall master of ceremonies of
Learn to dance before Christmas.
Special rate. Lincoln Dancing Acad
The second meeting of the Dramatic
Club will be held in the club room
at tho Temple Thursday evening.
Members not present at roll call will
be subjected to a fine. Three ab
sences are sufficient excuse for drop
ping a member.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Professor H. W. Caldwell has ac
cepted tho invitation of the Colorado
State Teachers' Association to deliver
two addresses before it whon it meets
the latter part of next month. The
first will be before the general assem
bly on "Education as Affected by Mod
ern Social Conditions." Tho other Is
before the history section and will be
on the attempts of England at con
ciliation with the colonies.
FR AT HALL
Nov. 19, 1909 ' '
JOHN HAGE,' Chairman
t r I, m 5,
' "'Frey & Froy", chblco flowers. 1338
O St, north side.
Three Pennsylvania undergraduatos
havo started for Bremen, whoro thoy
will moot Oxford, Cambridge Am
Btormad and Munich in n series of
See our display ad. Lincoln Select
Dancing Academy, 1124 N. 10-12-13
Tho Massachusetts Instltuto of
Technology defeated Harvard in
their annual cross-country race. Tho
scoro was 62-27.
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Advertisements for the want ad col.
umn should be left at the business of
fice, basement Administration build
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 pe'r insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inser
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
Wanted A room-mate. Call at 1720
M St. 31-3t
Lost Lady's Parker fountain pen.
Return to MIbs Sadilek. 1230 Q street.
Found Lady's purse, containing
money. Call at NebraBkan ofllce and
pay for ad. 33-3t
Lost K. & E. slide rule. Finder
please return to P. H. Pierce, or notify
Auto 1549. 33-2t
Lost Lady's gold match, with fob.
Finder pleaso return to Room 40C,
Hay's Hall, and receivo reward. 30-Bt
Lost Waterman fountain pen, at
corner of 13th and Q. Finder plense
return to Nebroskan office at 5 p. m.
and receive reward. 3t
$2.50 Up Caps $2.50 Up
HOWARD ADDRE88E8 DEBATER8.
Professor of Sociology Gives His
View of Income Tax Question.
Professor Georgo E. Howard, head
of the department of political science
and sociology, lectured yesterday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock to Rhetoric 22,
the intercollegiate debating seminar,
on "Tho Federal .Income Tax." This
Is the question which the university
debating studentB aro working for the
two big contests, whlcl will be held
December 10. Minnesota comes hero
that night and tho Nebraska team
goes to Iowa City for a debate with
Iowa the enme night.
Dr. Howard gave a very Informa
tive and stimulative talk and at the
end answered a number of rapid-fire
questions of tho class. The talk is
one of a series which Professor Fogg
haB arranged for tho class. Others
who will speak soon are Prof. W. G. L.
Taylor, Professor Virtue and Albert
United States Senator Brown Is ex
pected to talk to the class on tho In
come tax this morning In tho trophy
room!. Ho was unable to give tho ox
act hour yesterday at which he could
bo present, but It was to be announced
early this morning; He Is expected
to give some very valuable sugges
tions to tho class.
The Suicide Club at Syracuse Is a
novel feature of club life.
IMPORTANT GAMES IN '
. EAST AND WEST TODAY
SEMI-FINAL C0NTE8T8 IN CHAM
MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN PLAY
Big Eight Conference Title Likely to
Be Settled by the Badger
Gopher Battle at
Chicago vs. Cornell, at Ithaca.
Michigan vs. Pennsylvania, at Phila
delphia. Minnesota vs. Wisconsin, at Madison
Harvard vs. Dartmouth, at Cambridge.
Yale vs. Princeton, at New Haven.
Iowa vs. Ames, at Iowa City.
Notre Dame vs. Miami, at Notre Dame.
Crucial contests, deciding confer
onco titles In somo cases, will be
played on both eastern and wostorn
Igrldlrons today. Praotlcally all of
those gameB aro doped to bo cIoro
contests, with ovon odds.
In tho wet tho Interest centers
about tho Minnesota-Wisconsin strug
gle at Madison. Cant. McGovorn Ib
quite likely out of tho gamo for tho
Gophers, and thlB materially weak
ens Conch Williams' toam. Yet Min
nesota is confident and oxpects Pick
orlng, tho star who woe out of tho
Nebraska gamo, to do groat work.
Tho decisive win of tho Gophers over
Chicago loft tho MlnncBotans favor
ites In tho betting, but tho announce
ment that McGovern will probably not
bo In tho gamo changed tho situa
Coach Barry of Wisconsin has hold
his men In chock all fall ahd ho plans
to surprise the Gophers today. His
lino Is reputed to bo much stronger
than tho Gophers and this may check
the Mlnnosota advance.
In tho Inter-section contests that
between Chicago and Cornell at Ith
aca takes llrBt rank. Cornell has
been relying mostly on tho old stylo
game, while tho Maroons aro disposed
to try tho new football. Both teams
aro (n good shapo and tho gamo should
be fast. Cornell, was decisively defeat
ed by Harvard last wook, but claims
to havo improved to a considerable
extent during tho past weok.
Michigan and Pennsylvania will
play at Philadelphia. On this gamo
tho dopestors refuse to prophosy. It
Is said that either team may win by
a good score. Michigan has shown
erratic form this fall and her perform
ance against tho Pennsles cannot be
In tho east Dartmouth and Harvard
meet at Cambridge, with tho odds
favoring Harvard. Neither team has
been defeated thla season, and tho
Dartmouth men will fight hard.
Iowa and Ames will play this after
noon to decide the Iowa stato cham
pionship. Tho Iowa City men havo
It figured out that if Iowa defeats
Ames she may be In tho running for
the Missouri Valley championship.
Thoy base their Judgment on her pos
sibility of defeating Kanass next
weok. Nebraska students who have
Been both machines at work will not
regard tho Hawkoyo hopes vory seri
ously. CADET RIFLE8 ARE I88UED.
Members of Companies Are Busy
For the past week the members of
the cadet companies of the first bat
talion havo been receiving their gunB.
T;hese rifles are of the old Springfield
or Krag-Jorgenson typo, of a 1908
model. They have been issued to all
tho companies and' the officers of tho
companies are occupying tho drill
hours now Instructing the cadets in
the manual of arms.
These rifles are furnished to the
members of tho cadet companies by
tho government and are the property
of the war department All damage
to the" guns aro 'to bo charged up to
the cadets, and on account of their
age must bo handled with care.
The Harvard Lampoon, tho humor
ous college paper, is to have a build
ing for ita exclusive' uso. ' -
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