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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1910)
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Fttl., SAT. & 8AT. MAT., JAN. 14-15
THE SMART 8ET and 8. H. DUDLEY
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.EVE $1.00 to 25c. MAT 90 &. 25o
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 17
JA8. T. JEFFRIE8 QOTCH
TUE8DAY NIGHT, JAN. 18
Mats Week V8at-Prlce8 15c & 25c
Beginning Monday Evening, Jan. 10
Louise Evan Sh'ipmanV
Romantic Military Dran)a
' Will Be Presented By
fTHE LYRIC 8TOCK COMPANY
Evenings at 8:30 15c, 25c and 35c
Bell A-869 Both Phones Auto 2398
4Next Week "A TEXA8 STEER"
WEEK 8TARTING JANUARY 10
EDWINA BARRY & CO.'
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FOGG & ALGER
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Matinee at 2:30. Evening at'8:30
15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
i Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528.
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SELECT PITTS' SELE0T
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
Special RaUs to Students
FRIDAY AND MONDAY
Ladlca Free Monday
16tlvand O St,. AutO)5405 (
. "C. H. Proy, florist) 1133 O street!
Acaclu will give a dnnclng party
nt the Templo Saturday ovonlng.
Eat, at Don Cameron's Cnfe, llr-110
$o. 12th street.
The English club will meet with
MIsb Syford Saturday evening.
'Ask your friends Lincoln Select
Dancing Wado'my. ,Se; display1 ad.
The lntor-frat athletic board will
meet Thursday morning at 11:15 In
Dr. Clapps' office.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Tho freshman hop commltteo Uwlll
meet at 11 o'clock Thursday, morning
in U 112. i
Will the party who exchanged opera
I fiats at tho senior prom please call
at. the Nebraskan office, 2 to 5 p. m.
. G. A. Itamey will lecture at the
Tomple at 8 o'ejock this evening on
Gentlemen's Pumps. Ladles' Evolv
ing Slippers. Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
Tho Y. W. C. A. noon leaders aro
announced as follows. Wednesday, Lu
lu Neal; Thursday, Orllla Washburn;
Friday, Howard Sheaf.
Eyes tebted free. ,
All candidates for the sophomore
basketball team will meet In Memorial
hall at 4 p. m. Thursday. A captain
will be elected at this time.
Lost Lady's gold' watch "N" fob.
Owners initial on back. Finder please
leave at Nebraskan office and rocelvo
reward. -. . 2t
" The student publication board will
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meet at & p. m., FrlUay to consider
the vacancies on: the staff of tho Dally
Nebraskan for tho second semester.
At a mooting of tho Junior laws
yesterday It wad decided that that
class would not Join with the freshman
uawa In giving a dorice. Tho first year
men will proceed with their dance as"
an individual class affair.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
See Howe Optician, III!) No. 12th
Havo your clothes pressed
Weber's Sultorlum, 12th and O.
Any Suit or Overcoat
to your measure during this
L. J. HERZOG
123Q O St. Lincoln
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
, Hot and Cold Drinks at
Learn to dance nt tho select school.
Lincoln Dancing Academy. 61-63-64
Shoo sale, Beckman Bros., 1107 O.
Eyes tested free.
(Mass caps havo been selected
tho committee, and orders will
taken for them by Its members: Amy
Kantz, May Miller, Hazel Teeter, Don
ald Folsom, and James Spauldlng, or
at the cap department of Armstrong's.
FOR ANOTHER COACH
PRINCETQN MAN PREFERRED TO
SUCCEED ROPER. , .,
BOOTH IS MENTIONED FOR THE JOB
get coalT r6?6N"'llWV6R(4lTVr
Famine , tWhlch Cloted" Iowa Stito
School U at' an. End. "'
Classes at tho Unlvqrslty of Iowa
startod Monday morning aftor an onv
rprced vacation or a week In audition
to tho usual Christmas rbcosH. Tho
vocation1 wan ma'dp necessary by a
lack of coal with which to operate tho
qentral heating plant of tho univor
slty. . When tho students roturned
from tho holiday period they found
(ho building cold as tho df oar qutsido.
No coal was. o bo hud In l6wa City
and thovacatldn resulted.
By strenuous offorta . Saturday
enough coaf waS'Socurod from tho
Rock- Island Railroad 'company to Justi
fy the rooponirrg-of, .tho plant. M"f3an
while number of. -fltudonts Jtfid re
turned td their homos and others
woro loafing about .waiting for. thd
doors to open. Eight hundred tons
of coal aro now on hand and it Is be
lieved jio further troublo will result. :
A. G.SPALDING & BROS.
(a known tronghont
tlio world an a
are 'Ihe I&rgeat
in the World of
no tod is
flhould havo a cbpjr ol
tbo ripaldlntf caUloeuo.
pcdla of W)it'i flw
lu ttporf and la aeal
froo on rorjub.
Plans, ha, vp been anpeoved . for nl
main building to bo erected at tho
University of Illinois to bo known as
the Abraham Lincoln Hall and to cost
about $150,000. -1 ' . '
--TH8 trusW6S'"bf Cdlghtb-'UHrVoVBlty,
plan to oroct noxt -spring .thr.eo .bulld-j
.IngBtwo dorniltorlos and? a hall ioi
cominons ai a cost oi iou,uuif.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
147 Wabash Avenue, Chicago
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817 South. 12th 3
Former .Nebraska Coach Made a Hit
With Tigers and May b.e En
gaged If Satisfactory Ar
rangements are Made. .
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W. W. Ropor will not coach the Uni
versity of- Missouri football team next
fall. He has notified W. G. Manly,
secretary of the athletic committee,
that he has accepted Princeton's offer
of $5,000 to become director of ath
letics and coach there. A search has
already been started for another east
ern man to coach the Missouri tigers.
Neither will Howard JoneB of Yale
lead the 1910 tigers. While mlssourl1
was awaiting an answer from Roper,"
Jones closed a contract with the Ohio
Howard Jones Will Coach Ohio.
In answer to a telegram from Pro-!
Engineering Society Pins, $2.00 Union Society Pins . . $2.00
Dramatic Club Pins . . 2.00 Pershing Rifles Pins . . .50
Chemical Club Pins . . . 2,75 Worltfzer Rifles Pins . , 2.00
Paladian Society Pins . . 2.25 School of Music Pins . . 2,75
Kosmos Klub Pins . $2.00
LET US SUBMIT DESIGNS FOR YOUR NEXT PINS
ESTABUSHED 1871 HALLETT "43 O STREET
Chapln Bros., florists.
127 So. 13th.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
f are now in season. Do you know
! any place where you.can get aa, .
vj as yu,'dioCat oornew store? CjJX&T
, 'i. olj&lhe .crowded; .
Kitchen s.r. corB- ,a
Miss Edith Spelgel, ex-1911, was
married Monday at her homo near
Albion to a former Lincoln resident.
The couple will make their homo at
McCook. ' '
Lost A physics note book. Finder
please return to "Rag" office. Vprna
Jas. B. Harvey, '09, who was rogls
't'ored for post-graduate work this sem
ester has quit school and is now con
nee ted with tho Omaha and Counoll
BluffB Street Railway Co.
Special student dance Monday,
January 17. Lincoln Dancing AcadernV.
There will bo a senior class moot
ing at 11:30 Thursday morning. Com
mittees will report, this including an
announcement of the senior play,
chosen Monday night.
MIbs Sarah Martin, 1909, PI Beta
Phi, and Russell Burruss, ex-1908, Sig
ma Alpha Epsllon, Innocent, will ' be,
imirrlej, today at tho homo of the
bJdo'ajpnrents In Omaha.'
" Thoffkliurg'sVOrflioBtrft. Auto B87v
Have our oyos examined. G..''
Howo. 319 Jo. Twelfth. 56-stj
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fesBor Manly, Jones said that ho had
formally accepted tho position of headi
coach at Ohio, his alma mater, and
that he could not negotiate with Mls-
sourl. Professor Manly askod him
whether hd would receive offers from
tho athletic committoe at Missouri.
"Wflth Ropor and Jones out of tho
field, all eastern coaching material
will be looked over. Professor Manly
is of tho opinion that a Princeton,
coach- Is preferable, because Roper's
methods were practically the same as!
those, employed at Princeton. Football)
men at tho Tiger school havo had one
yoar of the Princeton stylo of football,
and another Princeton man, could con
tinue tho work more easily; Phil King,
Walter O. Booth, Ralph M. Brown, who,
coached Colgate, last yoar, and Hllle
brand are all available, and one of
theso probably will bo chosen. They1,
are Princeton men.
Missouri Can Pay High Price. !
King was formerly coach at tbo Unl-j
vorslty of Wleponsin and Booth!
coached the University of Nebraska
football team Bevoral years. j
"Wo can afford to pajr even m'oroj
for our coaching staff, than many of,
tho eastern Bchoola, particularly
Princeton," said Professor Manly, ''as
wo use them only" during tho football
season, while in tho east a head coach
is chosen, for tho whole year, That Is!
one reason, why Roper's returning, ,toj
Princeton was, a matter of,Bonumont,
becauBo: ho does not recolvcf as much
there as ho. would at Missouri, in c$m-j
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