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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUESDAY, NIGHT, NOVEMBER 23D
D E V A U L T'8
(Performance Exclusively In the
BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT
Week of November 15th
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All makos ronted with stand $3
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We make a specialty of fan-,
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always on hand. Bull 205.
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Freshman heavyweight wrestlers
will try out Tuesday, November 23,
at 2 p. m. In the armory.
Special students' dance. Monday j
evening, November 22. Refreshments
by Tommy. Druso's orchestra. Lin
coln Dancing Academy, 1124 N. 39-3
George Learner, 1911, was called to
his homo at Dakota City yesterday by
tlfo death of his grandfather.
Dr. J. R. Davis. Dentist. 1234 O St.
The members of the Pershing Rlflos
held their weekly drill last evening in
Chapln nroa., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
The mathematical seminar
meet Friday at 4:30 in M302
Hann will read a paper on the Fouler
Have your clothes pressed at
Weber's Suitorium, 12th and O.
The Union Literary Society will
meet Friday evening. Nov. 19, at 8: It),
in Its rooms in the Temple. A closed
meeting will be held for 'initiation of
new members. All members are urged
to be present, especially new mem-
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop.
Professor Bossey of the department
of hominy is the recipient of tho proofs
of a now book which has been re
cently written by Howard Lee Greene
1325 O Street
of the Smithsonian institute. The title
of this book is "Landmarks of Botan
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11-119
So. 12th street.
Mrs. Watt, the physical director of
tho Y. W. C. A. In St. Louis, Mo.,
will be In Lincoln today and tomor
row and she will be entertained by
both the city and university associa
tions while In the city. Mrs. A. O.
Watt Is a graduate of this university
in the class of 1909 and a number of
functions have been planned for her
entertainment during her stay here.
Spalding gymnasium nnd basket-ball
shoes, Swedish gynlnasium shoes.
BuCkmon Bros.. 1107 O St. '
Tho physicul geography cluss of tho
Ashland high school visited tho 'cam
pus yesterday. There were eighteen
in the class, who were in charge of
Rrofessor A. C. Whitford. Their
principal point of interest was the mu
seum. They wore conducted through
tho museum by Professor Barbour
und .Professor Bengston. Other
places visited wore the historical so
ciety rooms and tho gymnasium.
Frey & Frey, choice flowers. 1338
O St., north side.
At tho meeting of tho NebVaska sec
tion of tho American Chemical Asso
ciation Saturday evening, Chancellor
Avery will speak on . "Universities
that I Havo Visited." Ho will tell of
the chemical equipment of some of tho
leading schools of the country. Fri
day ovoning tho chancellor will bo
one of tho 'speakors at tho dinner of
tho religious workers' department of
the city Y. M. C. A,
Tho Nobraska-Haskell. gaiuo will be
a hummer, and .George- Bros., Printers,
are endeavoring to make their prjnt-
Arthurs W. Burnett, rrt toproBdntn
tlvo of Holt & Co., was in tho city
yesterday to get the opinion of tho
department of geography on Salts
bury's physiography, brlofor course
Tho company is revising tho book and
1b gotting opinions from geography
departments over tho country In an
attempt to better tho book.
Howo. Optician, 319 No. 12th. 38-3t
SaloonB havo boon romoved at
Cambridge, tho homo of DuPauw
Tho Oklahoma legislature has ap
propriated $25,000 to install a printing
plant In tho state university. Tho col
logo publications will havo tho uho of
Impecunious Iowa students "hoboed"
to Dos Moines to attend tho Drake
Iowa game Saturday.
A professor of sociology at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin recommends a
school year of twelve months.
Syracuse bus a new publication, put
out by tho alumni. The issue is of in
terest to tho entire student body.
Tho .Michigan student council has
offored a prize of fifty dollars to tho
student or alumnus writing the best
Football men at tho University of
Orogon must bo home, by 9 p. m. and
in bed by 10, according to now regu
At IteBcrvo a student who has more
than two unexcilsed absences must
take a special examination in order to
Sixty thousand dollars was voted by
the Presbyterian synod of Illinois for
the furtherance of the work of that
church In Illinois University.
Sweaters, $1.50 to $6. Flannel
Shirts, $1. 00 to $3. 00. Mufflers
Silk and Knit, 50c to $3.00.
Gloves Silk, Wool, and fur
lined, $1.00 to $5.00.
Professor 11. Wade Hibbard of tho
engineering department of tho Uni
versity of Missouri is planning to
buy an aeroplane.
At a mass meeting held last Friday
night the students of tlio University
of Texas started a campaign for tho
reduction of laundry rutes.
Tho regents of the University- of
Michigan will be asked to devote a
part of the trust funds to tho build
ing of residence halls for girls,
' Tho Scare Crow," written by a
Harvard graduate, has been chosen
by tho Harvard Dramatic Club as tho
annual play to bo produced in De
cember. Advertisements for the want ad col.
umn should be left at the business of
fice, basement Administration build
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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 per Insertion for
every fifteen words or fraction there
of for the first Insertion; three Inser
tlpns 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
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Found Dark brown muff. .Owner
may obtain It at Station A by paying
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GAWE WITH NEBRASKA
FACULTY MEMBERS EXPRE88 DE
SIRE FOR CONTE8T.
WOULD PLAY AT KANSAS CITY
President HIM of Missouri, Formerly
a Member of Nebraska Fac
ulty Thinks It a Very
That tho University of Missouri
would not bo averBO to taking Ne
braska on its football schedule is mado
evident by the following from tho
Dr. A. Ross Hill, proBldent of tho
University of Missouri, oxprossed
himself this morning as heartily In
favor of the re-establishment of ath
letic relations botween tho universi
ties of Missouri and Nebraska. Dr.
Hill formerly wiih a member of tho
faculty of Nebraska.
"I havo a vital Intoreat In both uni
versities," said Dr. Hill UiIb morning,
"and I bellove a football game bo
tween them would bo of groat bonoflt
to both. Tho game, It seems to me,
should bo ployed in St. Joseph, which
naturally, from its situation, is more
Interested In Nebraska than Knimns
City is. Such a game would moan
much to the alumni of tho University
of Missouri in northwest Missouri."
Nebraska Favors Plan.
Nobrnska also is believed to bo In
favor of resuming football relations
with Missouri. A dispatch from Lin
coln pYlnted In tho KatiBns City Star
vestorday expressed this Bontlment.
The game could bo played either In
Kansas City or St. Joseph, and would
be a drawing card In either city. Tho
Kansas City Star advocates playing
the game in Kansas City, and says it
would bo a. success financially for both
universities, through tho large crowds
it would attract.
In caso a game is scheduled with
Nebraska It will be necessary for Mis
souri to drop somo school from the
present schedule Sentiment at tho
university among students, faculty and
nlumnl favors dropping at least one
of the games in Iowa, or conflning tho
schedulo to teaniB west of tho Mis
sissippi river. This would mean the
dropping of Monmouth Collego, or any
other Illinois toum.
What Dean Shaw Says.
Prof. H. B. Shaw, deon of tho school
of engineering, a member of tho com
mitteo on intorcolloglato athletics,
favors scheduling a game with tho
University of Nobrasku.
"I believe it would bo a good Idea
to play Nebraska next year'. he said
tills morning. "In fact, I think Mis
souri's games should bo chiefly with
state universities. Gaines with small
colleges often do more harm than
good. If Nebraska is in favor of
scheduling a game with Missouri I
believe It should bo done at once."
Dean Shaw said St. Joseph would
bo as good a place as Kansas City, for
tho game. Ho believes tho gamo
would draw largo crowds in either
of the Nebraskan will appear
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