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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1909)
mm DAILY NEBRASKAN
AND HI8 BAND V
Prices $1.00 to 50c.
TUE8DAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 23D
The Yiddish Opera Co.
BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT
Week of November 15th
THE LYRIC 8TOCK COMPANY
GREAT NEW ENGLAND PLAY
Mat. 15cf 25c Eve., 15c, 25c and 35c
"ALL ON ACCOUNT OF ELIZA"
WEEK STARTING NOVEMBER 15TH
LE PETITE REVUE
HUGHES MUSICAL TRIO
1 NEVINS & ERWOOD
Matinee at 2:30 15c and 25o -Evening
at 8:30 25c, 25c, 35c, 50c'
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
ThiUnlvirilty Man's Jfalltr
The Finest Work Dono and Prices Right
Call at Our Now Storo
1230 O St.
All makes r&nteil with, stabd. $3 .
per Month. Bargains in l v
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Auto 11Q5. Bell 1181. 122 No. 11th
Underwood Typewriter Co,
TYPEWRITERS. SOLD lArfD'
187 No. 18th. Boll 848. AVxtoOSS
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S- S. Shean
l23 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
,Ypur Patronage Solicited
IS SO POPULAR
We make, a specialty, of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
and punch for Fra't & Sorori
ty parties.Whipping Cream
always on hand. Bell 205.
AutoBlBl. lBlONSt - -
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Proy & Proy.
Hugh Wallaco, ox-1905, was In Lin
coln yesterday and visited fraternity
Dr. J. It. Davis. Dentist. 1234 O St.
C. A. Sawyer, 1906, who has been
studying law at Harvard, is visiting
Chapin Bros., floriBts. 127 So; 13th.
All sophomore wrestlers desirous of
entering the Olympics are requested
to meet in the armory at 4 p. m.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Tho Swedish Club will meet. Satur
day at 8 p, m. at 840 South Eleventh
Have your clothes pressed
Weber's Suitorlum. 12th and O.
Tho Junior prom committee will
meet at 11:30 this morning in U112.
' -' .
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Un to noon yesterday sixty-bne men
jad li'eeri,.fligned for Y..JVI.-G. A. mis-
'qlbna'ty classed. '
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Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11-119
,S,o. 12th street.
ft Tho Y., W. C: Avj?irls, are hard at
-worK in ino registrar a oince, copying
nameVfor thV-new -students' directory.
X , v v - H V
J325 O Street
Spalding gymnasium and basketball
BhoeB, Swedish gymnasium shoes.
Beckmon .Bros., 1107 O St.
Guy King, one of tho best baritonea
in Nebraska, will sing at the Y. V.
Y. M. social Saturday night.
Froy &Froy. chbW ilbwers. 1338
O St.. north side.
The Y. M. C. A. quartet will be one
of the features at the Y. W.-Y. M.
joint social Saturday night.
The Nebraska-Haskell game will bo
a hummer, and George Bros., Printers,
are .endeavoring to make their print
ing as popular es tho game. -
: "' Headache? - - : "$ .
Glasses! ; ' ' '
Relief. " ',
Howe,' Optician, 319 No. 12th. 38-3t
Wanted A barger for aSturday
work. Call at Capital hotel. 37-ot
LostAt Junior hop a silk fob, Re
ward for return to Nebraskan office.
Found Dark brown muff. Owner
may obtain it at Station A by pay.Ing
for this ad. 38-3t
o Engineer's Hob 8
Nov, 19, 1909
JOHN HAGE, Chairman , $1.25
Continuod from Pago 1
LARGE DELEGATION TO
GO TO BIG 8T5CK SHOW
cattlo havo alroady been shipped.
This will givo thorn tinio to got ovor
tho bad offoctB of tho trip beforo tho
show opens. They woro In charge of
tho head herdsman, Chnrloa Scliu
mach. The team whilo In Chicago
will bo at tho Hyde Park hotel Pro
fessor Ellis Rail will bo in cUrgo of
them and coach them on the trip.
LIKES METHODS HERE
COMPLIMENTS GEOGRAPHY DE
PARTMENT ON 8TANDARD8.
THINKS EQUIPMENT HERE IS GOOD
University of Chicago Man Is Inves
tigating Conditions In Many
Schools All Over the
Eugene Van Cleef of tho University
of Chicago has been inspecting the
conditions of tho department of geog
raphy at Nebraska during tho past
few days, and has been favorably im
pressed with tho equipment of this
university in that respect. Mr. Van
Cleef is making a tour of tho United
States for tho purpose of investigat
ing the teaching of geography In tho
colleges of this country.
He is a graduato- student of the
University of Chicago and is doing
this work under Professors Chamber
lain and Salisbury of that university.
He is giving special attention in his
tour to tho courses offered in tho vari
ous colleges and universities In geog?
raphy and the equipment for present
ing special lines of work.
For New Map.
Mr. Van Cleef Is also gathering data
for a new continental map of North
America. One interesting, foaturo of
Sweaters, $1.50 to $6. Flannel
Shirts, $1.00 to $3.00. Mufflers
Silk and Knit, 50c to $3.00.
Gloves Silk, Wool, and far
lined, $1.00 td $5.00.
this map is that it will show tho do
tails in regard to tho glaciated area
of the continent. Besides this ho is
also making investigations for a new
globe which will bo p"ut out for school
use. It will combine both tho relief
and tho political features and will ho
complete in detail.
While stopping at tho various
schools he consults the heads of the
departments in regard to obtaining
the necessary data for his research
and to obtain their views on the sub
jects he Is Investigating. He also dis
cusses tho publications and material
needed for continued progress in tho
teaching of tho subject.
.Air. Van Cleef has already visited
the eastern part of tho country and
investigated the departments at Co
lumbia, Cornell, Yale, Harvard and
the other schools of that section, and
ho is now on his western trip. Ho
was very much pleased with condi
tions as ho found them at Nebraska.
Ho thought that this school was very
well equipped along geographical and
historical lines. Ho commended tho
university on tho number of maps and
expressed himself- ns surprised to
find tho school so well equipped, espe
cially In forejgn maps.
After he has completed his investl
tigations, Mr. Van Cleef will report
on tho result of bis work before a
meeting of the National Geographical
John Philip Sousa
John Philip Sousa will, aB usual, appear before his distinguished band of
musicians and celebrated soloists at tho Oliver Theater Friday night.
Tho omlnont composer and lender played yestorduy at Donvor and his
popularity was unquestionably displayed In tho vast number of encoros quickly
and i)lensnntl responded to. t Is claimed that tho concert was ono of tho
most enjoyable over given by the great bandmaster and was ropleto with
treats and surprises.
"Tho Gloiy of tho Yankee Navy," tho latest Sousa murch, and tho. now
Sousa instrumental suite, "People Who Live In GlasB Houses," woro hoard'for
tho HrBt tlmo and proved to bo ns oxtremely popular as their predecessors.
Much enjoyment was realized by th.o rendition of Mr. Sousa's various encore
Tho Misses Frances and Grnco Hoyt In their duets and Miss Florence
Hardeman, with her masterful playing, left nothing to bo doslrod, and Mr.
Herbert L. Clarke showed wonderful execution on the cornet by hiB rendition
of "Showera of Gold." said to be tho most dlfllcult cornet solo ever written.
While the salo of seats has been extremely encouraging, cholco seats may
still bo had for the local concert
"Tho March King" is In excellent health and a thoroughly enjoyable con
cert 1b first in the expectation of tho local lovers of tho best in music.
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