The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 13, 1909, Image 4

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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DIRECTORY
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A Business Directory Evory loynl
University student is urgod to patron
tzo thoso Nobraskan advorUsors, and
to mention tho, Nobraskan whllo do
ing so.
BANKS
, Flipt TruBt & Savings
bAKEIUES
Polsom
BAUDEn SHOPS
Green's ' t
BATH HOUSES
Chris'.
BOOK STORES ,
Oo-op.
Unlveristy
CLEANERS
J. 0 Wood & Co.
Wober's Sultorium.
n Joo, Tho Tailor.
CLOTHING
' FarqUhar
Magco & Doomor
Mayor Bros.
Palace Clothlfag Co.
Spoior & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Corf's.
COAL
Grogory
Whltobroast
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Tommy
DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln
DENTIST8
J. R. Davis. -
DRY GOODS
Miller & Paino
Rudgo & Guenzol
DRUGGISTS
RlggB
ENGRAVERS
cjornoll ,
FLORISTS ,
C. H. Froy
Froy & Froy
FURNISHINGS
Budd
. Fulk
Magco & Deomor
Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzel
Speier & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Cerf's. '
HATTERS
Budd
Fulk
Unland
Armstrong Clothing Co.
, Mageo & Deomor
Mayer Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzol
Speier & Simon
ICE CREAM
Franklin Ico Cream Co.
JEWELERS
Hallett
Tucker
LAUNDRIES
Evans
OPTICIANS
Shoan
Howe.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
TownBond
PRINTERS
George Bros.
Simmons
Van Tino
RESTAURANTS
Boston Lunch
Cameron's
Y.'M. C. A. Spa
RAINCOATS
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
SHOES
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Beckman Bros.
Budd
Men's Bootory
Rogers & Perkins
Mayor Bros.
Miller & Paino
Cerf's.
SKIRTS
8kirt Store
TAILORS
Elliott BroB.
Gregory
Herzog
Joo, Tho Tailor.
THEATERS
Oliver
Orpheum.
Lyric
TYPEWRITERS
"Lincoln Typewriter Ex.
Underwood Typewriter Co.
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DEBATERS' LEAGUE IS
PLAMNIG FOR WORK
ANNUAL MEETING OF NEBRA8KA
ORGANIZATION HELD.
APPLICATIONS MACE fOR MEMBERSHIP
Amendments to Constitution Adopted
Providing for' Better 8ystem In
Carrying Out Series
of Debates.
Tho NobraBka High School Donat
ing Loaguo, whldh was organized two
years ago by Professor M. M.. Fogg
of thq rhotorlc dopartmont, and has
slnco experienced a Btoady growth in
numbors and popularity, bold Its sec
ond annual mooting at tho Lindell
hotel during tho state teachers' meet
ing's. Thoro was much important
business transacted.
Last year thoro wero forty-eight
mo-mbora In tho loaguo, consisting in
tho most of tho principal (high schools
of tho stato. This year thoro were a
mimibor of applications for; member
ships from other high schools who
wish to benefit by tho league's work.
Among tho numbor wero McCoolc, Hoi
drogo. Franklin Academy and Tron
ton in tho southwest district; Broken
"Bow in tho west central district;
Davtid City and Seward in the eastern
district; Gotlionborg in tho western;
Gordon in tho northwestern; Grafton
in tho central, and Clay Center in tho
southern district.
Eleven Districts.
For convonienco tho state is at
prcBont divided into olovon districts.
In each district tho schools pair off,
tho winners pairing off again until it
is finally decided which school shall
send tholr representatives to the
stato contest on high school feto day.
Tlioro wero threo important
amendments to tho constitution adopt
ed. One sets December 1 as tho date
by which a school must apply for
membership for tho coming year. An
other directs that tho first series in
each district shall bo held not later
than March 1. Tho third directs the
executive commlttoo, consisting of tho
president, secretary-treasurer and dis
trict directors, to redistrlct tho state
at any time so that no more than
eight schools comprise any one dis
trict. Fogg President.
Professor Fogg was again elected
president of the league. Superinten
dent Charlos A. Mohrman of Atkinson
was olected secretary-treasurer, to suc
ceed H. Clyde Filloy, former superin
tendent at Albion, who is attending
tho university school of agriculture
this year. The president is to ap
point the district directors.
The question for tho debate this
year was selected by vote of the
league lost year. It will be, "Re
solved. That labor unions aro on tho
whole beneficial." This question will
be tho one used in the state contest
as well as in the district contests.
Tho district contest will probably be
gin somo time in January and bo held
at various times until the feto day in
May.
BULLETIN OF BOYS AND GIRLS.
..SATURDAY SPECIAL..
J We will sell you Two Pieced Underwear at ten per
cent, discount. Saturday November 13th only. It is
now up to you to freeze or keep warm. A new line
of Sweater Coats just arrived. ; ,
UNLAND & CO., Little Building
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"TOMMY" JOHNSON IS
THE HERO OF A PLAY
MAN WHO BEAT NEBRA8KA HAS
DRAMA WRITTEN FOR HIM.
KANSAS UNI. GIRL IS AUTHOR OF IT
"Dad and the Frats" the Title of the
Production Which Is to Be Staged
Next Month Muriel Culp
the Author.
Superintendent Val Keyser Issued
Booklet for Nebraska Association.
A now bulletin has just ,boen issued
by tho University of Nebraska for Ne
braska boys' and girls' associations.
Tho bulletin was prepared by Prof.
Val Keyser, superintendent of farmer
Institutes, and Stato Superintendent
E. C. Bishop.
Tho annual stato contests and con
vention of tho boys and girls will be
hold at tho city auditorium next Jan
uary. Thoro are rjiany prizes offered
tho boys for tho beat samples of field
crops and to tho girls for dimestlc sci
ence exhibits.
Tho college of agriculture of tho
university will give a special course
of Instruction in agriculture and do
mestic sclenco this year. Special ar
rangements have beon made with the
professors of the school of agriculture
to glvo a courso lasting flvo days. Tho
school of agriculture will then be hav
ing vacation and while tho regular
studonts are attending the state meet
Ings thoso from ovor tho stato can
uso thoir laboratories and class rooms.
Tho first of the sorles of amateur
dramatic events at the University of
Kansas this year is to be the produc
tion of an original farce early In De
comber which was written by Miss
Muriel Culp of Lawrence, formerly an
nctivo member in the Masquo Club,
one of tho K. U. dramatic organiza
tions. "Dad and the Frats," as tho play is
called, is a farce full of college at
mosphere and is pronounced by uni
versity critics as remarkably clever.
Miss Georgia Brown of Kansas City,
who 1b to direct the production, said
of it:
"It is one of the cleverest things 1
havo seen in a long time and will cer
tainly make a hit with the people on
the hill."
The play will bo given by tho Thes
pian Dramatic Club early in Decem
ber. An interesting feature of the pro
duction is to be the starring of "Tom
my" Johnson, the University of Kan
sas quarter back, as the center of the
complications in tho plot. Ab the foot
ball hero In tho play and in the fur
ther role of tho all but despairing'
lover he occupies the main part of
the plot on the third act.
The thomo of tho skit centers about
the coming to college of a typical high
school lad who is forbidden by his
father to join a fraternity after ho has
already pledged himself to do bo.
"Dad" decides to como up and see
about it, and the "frat" boys decide to
turn tho house Into a y. M. C. A. for the
occasion and entertain the Y. W. C. A.
girls for the old man's benefit.: "Dad"
proves not to bo so slow and turns
out a thoroughly good fellow to the
extent of helping some of the boys out
of a scrape Involving a lot of humor
ous complications. After a glimpse of
college life, with a liberal supply of
football enthusiasm "Dad" docldes that
tho "frat" is not so bad aftor all and
becomes one of tho boys.
POSTPONE FRIDAY CONVOCATION
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Regular Weekly .Five O'clock Chapel
Is Not Held.
Tho convocation which was to have
been hold last evening in tho Temple
was postponed at a lato hour yester
day afternoon on account of the sleet
storm. Dr. Fling was on tho program
for an address, and on account of tho
postponement he will deliver this ad
dress at an appointed time in tho near
future.
At a mass meeting hold last Frl
day night tho students of the- Univer
sity of Toxas started a campaign for
tho reduction o'f laundry rates.
Somo sophomores at the Univer
sity of Washington mado an attempt
to hazo a large freshman from Japan.
Tho thirty-flvo students who wero on
tho offensive wero unablo to attend
I classes tor some limo.
WIRELESS
First arrival of North Pole Frozen Drinks, South Pole
due soon. Menu:
Peary's Dream
of (he Midnight Sun with
EsWmo Frills
Dr. CooK's
Frozen North Pole Dalnbow
Sundae. 5T.
15c
15c
Eskimo
"Totem Pole Frappe"
Peary's
Delta Kappa Epsllon A-La-CookGold
Brick"
A HOT ONE
15c
15c
The Drug Cutter.
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Quality KoXlIlfi
Gloves
Doxing should be practiced by every mannnd boy.
Knowledge of self-defense is Invaluable. The
exercise boxinsr affords build tin rrnnrrd lirnlih
The best mndc gloves should be used in practice and
matches. Reach Iloxlng Gloves arc unequalled in quality
of materials, workmanship and finish. They are fully
guaranteed.
Reach Doxlng Gloves arc always used by many of
boxing's greatest exponents. Most of the notable features
In gloves used In championship contests are Reach
i uicniiu dc iouihi ouiy in Keacli uiovcs.
The RajdV Guarantee
The Reach Trade Mark guarantees ptrttel goods. Should d
fecj appear, we will replace any are absofufefv wfn-
filMl I.....I lit.- D-.fl.. I n-i ifif t'm
vu. w..i tcAtcpi uc uii uiiu D4u retailing unaerJ. ;
ine IUACU baseball is the official
American League ball. The REACH ball
nouiu ne useauy nil college anu
university tenuis
A. J.
REACH CO.,
1799 Tulip SL,
FfcHadelplua, Pa.
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WANTED-A RIDER AGENT
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and district to
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sample Latest Model "ItnnKcr" bicycle furnished by us. Our aaents eve here are
making money last. Writ for full particulars and special offer at onct.
NO SIONKY REOUIKUD until van renlminidnnrnvunl v..nr l!in-l W..M
to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. without a cent deposit n advance, prepay freieht. and
allow TUN DAYS' FHI TKUlLduiIng wlftch time you may 'ride tfiebicvde and
put it to any test you wish. II you are thei. not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to
keep the bicycJe ship it back to us at- our expense and you will not be out one cent.
FAiYMQV PRMF3 Wc furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make
HWi urn miiiLg at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save Sio
to $ii middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar
antee behind your bicycle. 1)0 MOT 1IU Y a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone
at any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory
trices and remarkable special offers to rider agents.
Yflll UN! I BF ICTAMKUFn whe.n you receive our beautiful catalogue and
VII HILL DC ndlUnidnCU study our superb models at the wonderfully
low prices we can make you this year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less money
than any other factory. We are satisfied with i m nrofit atmv iirmn
TtKiVfil.F. DTCAI.ICIIN. vnil ran ll nur hlf-urL. Ti.nrt.r n... . ,. .. ..
double our prices. Orders filled the day received.
SECOND UAND JBIGYGLKS. We .do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but
usually have a number on hand taken In trad hv nur rhinvn ntill unm Tl,... .., -i-.i ...
Dromntfv at Drices rantrinir from S3 to 88 or AlO. D-rimlvn hsnmln ll.'n m-.ll.,t f,-
COASTER-BMES, KgWftiSJS. ""' ""
M HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF '
SELF-HEALING TIRES &??
The regular retail trice of these tires is
S3 JO ter tair. but to introduce we will
sellyouaiampiepa i rforffMHtash with order $4 5),
NO M01ETR0VBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILS, Tacks or Glass will not let the
air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last yean
uver two uunureu tuousanu pairs now in use.
DESCRIPTION! Made in all sizes. It islively
and easy ridintr.vervdurablcand lined inside with
a snecial nun lit v of rubber, which never becomes
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porous anu wuicii closes up smau punctures wnnoui auow- in .- .- t.i.t. i.i.- -...
itig the uir to escape. We hive hundreds ofletters from satis. Ka" I?iS!fJ5rJ?iit
fieftcustoraersBtatingthattheirUreshaveonlybcen pumped ! 1A,. .??d..,,uIntu,, JtrJ!f,,,H
uponceortwicelnawhoIeseason.Theywcighnomoretfian Hf f" ""-J L!ri?iHnp .
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tread. The regular price of these tires JsJS.co per palr.but for wiSvmmin 10 "
advertlslngpurposeswearenialclngaspecralfactorvpriceto o fcjxu?iu.
the rider of only 4.80 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. We ship C O. D. on
approval. You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a cash dlsoount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price 84.6ft per pair) if you
send FULL CAS II WITH OKDKlt and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one
nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned at OUU expense if for any reason tliev are
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as' in a
bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride, easier, run faster,
wear better, last longer and look finer thanany tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We
know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order.
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as- tMiff mire'n TfOrO don't buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of
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describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices.
BM Minn HVAir but wrlte " a Postal today. DO NOT THINK OF BUYING a bicycle
mM9 fwlFsT wwSMm or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful
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