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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1910)
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NEBRASKA TEAM ARE
DEFEAT MI880URI AND WIN HIGH
PLACE IN SERIES
KLAW A. ER LANDER'S
Stupendous Produethh of ,
Sir GILBERT PARkEIVS ttdRY
RIGHT OF WAY
Eve. $1.50 to 25c. Mat. 75c to 25c
Mats. Wed. and 8at. Price 15c & 25c
Beginning Monday Evening, Jan. 3.
THE LYRIC 8T0CK CO.
The 8creamlng 4-Act Farce Comedy
By Horace V. Noble
Every Evening at 8:30 16c, 25c, 35c
A Thrilling War Drama
WEEK STARTING JANUARY 3
CHARLES THE FIRST
The Nearly Human Monkey
AND 8EVEN MORE BIG ACTS
Matinee at 2:30, 15c and 25c.
Evening at 8:30, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c.
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1628.
TEAM TAKES ATLANTIC flKT HONOR
Game Played it New York City and
Witnessed by Big Crowd of
Middles from Batieshlps.
-Pitts Dancing School
'Bglnnore' Class Wed. nnd 8ot,
Advanced Olnw Monday
JLOth and O
Any Suit Or Overcoat
to your meastfre during this
L. J. HERZOG
1230 O St. Lincoln
' If tho Cornhuskers could1 not win
tho championship of tho Missouri Val
ley linvo tho conBolatlon of winning
tho championship of tho Atlantic fleet.
Rocontly an oloven compoHod of mar
InoB on board tho battlcHhlp Ncbraskn
nnd olovon men from tho battle ship
Mlflsourl mot on tho gridiron for the
honors of tho Atlantic fleet In foot
ball. An enormous crowd of fifteen thous
and men witnessed this game and the
hotting was hoavy on tho roBiilt. In
teiiHO Interest wob nroiiBod and many
llghtH took plnce, but these wore soon
sottlcd without tho Interference of the
Tho proBB aayB of tho game na fol
Tho footbull team of tho battleship
Ncbraskn defeated tho team from tho
battleship Missouri at American leaguo
park hero this afternoon by the score
of 28 to 0. Nobraskn scored 11 points
in tho first half.
No lntorcolleglato football contest
ever aroused moro intense feeling on
both Bides thnn this gridiron battle,
which wns for tho championship of
tho north Atlantic fleet. Tho officers
nnd men recolvod something like $500.-
000 ifrom tho paymasters a few days bo
foro Christmas. Tho greater portion
of whatever survived tho holidays was
put up on the game. Tho odds favored
tho NobraBka eleven by 3 to 2.
Fifteen thousand free tickets wore
lBBued for tho gamo, all of which were
oagorly Biiappod up by tho sailors and
their friends several days ago.
Many Wost Point cadots nnd promi
nent otflcerB of tho army arid navy
woro among thoBo who accepted invita
tions to attond tho gamo.
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This woek we are offering our entire stock of MEN'S DRESS ACCESSORIES
at the Specicl Discount of Twenty Per Cent. Not an item of our
stock has been restricted, but instead wo offer our entire
regular stock at this special saving.
It's a Good Time to Buy at 20 per cent Discount
MR. JOHN CLAY 13 TO SPEAK.
Lindsay Gas Lamp
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JaRt tno Light for Htudonts 2r
Owl Pharmacy, 14th & 0
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
Smok. Jackets Shirts
- Belts Scarfs
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
S. S. Shean
1123 0-STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
8enlor Member of Clay-Roblnson Com
pany to Address Students.
"Days on tho Range," will bo tho
gubjoct of an nddress by John Clny,
nt tho Tomplo theater, January 8, nt
8 o'clock. Mr. Clay sneaks under tho
uusnlcos or tho Agricultural club.
Mr. Clay Is the sonlor moinbor of
tho Clay-Robinson company, one of
tho largeut commission housen In tho
world, lie Is also hoad of tho Clay
banking company of Chloago, and was
provloiiBly' manager of one of tho
largoat English syndicates In Wyom
ing. A Scotchman by birth, Mr. Clay
Is un expert in agriculture and in tho
work of tho oxporlment station. Be-
sldos being a groat promoter of tho
llvo stock Industry of tho country ho
has Acquired a reputation aa a writer
and speaker on agricultural subjects.
It was Mr. Clay who presented tho ag
ricultural college with Its flock of
Shropshire sheep. .All university stu
dents aro Invited to hear tho address.
Supply your present as well as your future needs this week.
Sale Closes Positively Saturday Night, January 9th
Men's Department, First Floor Furnituro Department
RUDGE & QUENZEL CO!
THEY WILL GO TO CHICAGO.
Frey & Frey.
Professor Howard will not meet his
Dr. J. R. Davis, Dentist. 1234 O St.
J. R. Smith, 1909, Alpha Theta Ohl,
Is now employed with the Nebraska
Telephone company in Omaha.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O street
Gentlemen's Pumps. Ladles1 Even
ing Slippers. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
Professor Aylesworth of the. depart
ment of political science and sociol
ogy spent several days of tho vacation
period at North Bond.
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
Have your eyes examined. Q. W.
Howe, 319 No. Twelfth. 56-st
' Try a lunch at the Y. M. C, A. Spa.
13th and P Stfl.
See Lincoln Dancing Academy dis
play ad. 5C-58-59
I Bring Your Next Job qf Prla'tla lb 1 '
AN TINE PRINTING CO. i
and Get Sati.factory IUwfc
na nn M a ...1 . ... im V
io-iou no. iih ac ABQ rWf '
Thi First Trust i Sav
4 Per Cent Interitt A
$1 opins an aooiunt
Comer 10th & O Strut
I Hot Drinks
aw now la sewpn. Do you know
any place where you can get u
; u you MB at.purnew tore? No
-; . ' nd of wlog crowded.
' Kitchen S. W. Coraer
Former Nebraska Professors Have
.Been Appointed to Midway School.
Professor W, C. Wehster and Pro
fessor A. S. Johnson, both' formerly
mombors of tho Nebraska faculty are
soon to Join tho University of Chlca-J
Alvln S. Johnson, late professor of
economics, at the University of Texas,
has been appointod associate profesqr
of political economy at the University
of Chicago. He was professor of econ
omics at tho University of Nohraslta
from 1906 to 1908. He gave a course
at Chicago during tho winter quarter
in tho department of political economy.
His particular line of work will be in
accountancy and insuranco In which
ho has had exceptional training.
It is also rumored that Professor
Hutton Webster of Nebraska will go
to tho Unlvorslty of Tgxbb In the placo
of ProfedSor Johnson. Tho report has
not as yot received any. authentic ver
10 to SO Per Cent Off on Everything
Waterman Pens, Single Stone Diamonds, Howard -Watches
Gillette Razors and Society Pins.
ESTABLISHED 187 HALLETT 1143 O STREET
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Fred L. Humphrey, 1896, a Denver
lawyer, visited with Lincoln friends
during the vacation period.
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11119
So. 12th street.
Charles B. Allen, Phi Delta Phi, 1908
writes that ho has recently been ap
pointed clerk In a Seattle Justice court
at an excellent salary.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
N. 11th. ' .
Jokes, poetry or any other contri
butions .suitable for tho Cornluiskor
should be dropped in tho mailboxes lo
cated in the various buildings on tho
campus for that purpose.
Frey & Frey, choice flowers.
O St.; north side. " w '
Ed. It. Walton, 1905, Delta Upsilon,
of Mllwaukeer-vlsltod in Lincoln last
woek. Mr. Walton is now employed
by tho AlllB-Chalmors company.
New term begins Wednesday. Spe
cial rate to Btudcnts. Lincoln Dancing
Academy'. See display ad, 56
Tho engineering society wll moot
tonight at 7:30 p. m., in room 200 in
the new mechanical onglnoring labora
tory. Engineers' are requosted , to,
npto tho change In. place of meeting.
Hrfve4yout"'" clothes pressed it
Weber's Sultorium, 12th and O.
(a known troughout
tb world aa
are the Largest
in the World of
v sport you
noma luvo a oopy of
It's aoomplet eonoyolo
Kaift of WbfU's New
i Mport and la sent
id a of Wliat'
free on roquont.
A. G. Spalding & Bros,
147 Wabash Averiu, Cnktfo'
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