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Frl., 8at, and 8at. Mat., Sept. 30-Oct. '1
Chas. A. 8ellon's
Merry Musical Extravaganza
THE GAT AND THE FIDDLE
Harry B. Watson and the Boylans
Night, 25c to $1.00 Mat. 50c and 25c
I IHPfll II MATINEBS (Dxc.pl Mndy) as.o
LinuULtl BVBNINOS AT 8:30
5: mm advanced vaudville
Week Starting Monday, Sept. 26
HAYWARD & HAYWARD
And 7 Other Big Acts
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
flT E ront all mnkos of typewriters
and furnish with ouch machine
a golden oak typowritor tablo. A
Bpccial rate $0.00 for 3 months is now
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
Ground Floor HIchards IHock
The First Trust and
A PER CENT INTEREST A
$1 opens an account
139 Hoittb 11th Htroot.
Seo Us Boforp Ordering Elsowhoro
Seo Us Boforp Ordoring Elsowhoro
Or" Programs, Menus, Announce
7 ments, Stationery, Booklets
OVANTINE PRINTING CO.
y 128-1H0 No Mth St.
SPECIAL CLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO AKE UTILI
Afternoon and tvenino Classes In
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ing, Penmanship At Nebras
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OF UNIVERSITY MEN
-j Tho Nebraska School of Bdsinoss,
located in tho Hall Brpffbulldlng,
1519 O street is organizing special
afternoon and oveulng classes at con-
venlent hours for unlvorslty students
'who wish to' study oithcr shorthand,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman
ship. The evening classes moot threo
. evenings each week Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday. University stu
dents may arrange for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
to take, and tho rates for tuition will
ho vory reasonable. Tho instruction
is given by teachers of long experi
enco'and recognized ability.
Mr. Glenn O. Taylor, B. A., LL. B.,
speaking from his own oxporlenco,
says: "I havo no hesitation in say
ing that I believo tho freshman in college-makes
take If ho does
not avail himself
of tho opportuni
ty of studying
studont' who has
a' knowledge of
shorthand has not
only a very rapid
inoanB of taking
notes from class
& trrtr n n naarl
later as referenced in preparation for
reviews and examinations, but also
'haB a knowledge whJcft may bo readl-
turned Into money durlpg his spare
hours and vacations. Moreover, suck
student, when his college course Is
finished, Is assured immediate employ
ment In tho commercial world."
Mr. Prank Oates, a student of the
N. S. B,, who hold a position with the
B. & M. In this city last year, Is now
paying his way through Northwestern,
at' Evanston, with his shorthand and
Any university students Interested
In these, special classes are invited to
call! at the school and obtain furthei
.tlculars. The school is located on
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL RESULT8
At Philadelphia Urslnus, 8; Univer
sity of Pennsylvania, 5.
Willlamstown Williams, 0; Rensal
At Harrlsburg, Pa. Callsle, 6; Villa
At Columbus, O. Ohio State Col
lege, 14; Otterbein, 5.
At Minneapolis Minnesota, 34;
At Cleveland Western Reserve, 0;
At St. Louis St. Louis University,
25; Spurtleff, 0.
At Boston, Mass. Massachusetts
Agricultural College, 0; Rhode Island,
At Nebraska City Springfield High
School, 16; Nebraska City High
At Lawrence, Kan: Haskell Indi
ans, 5; Kansas University, 5.
After six days of practico under the
new rules the estimate of the chances
of Nebraska during the coming season
cannot be made. Only by sizing up
the material which King Cole has to
build up a formidable eleven can the
outBomo be predicted.
Cole lias eight veterans on hand.
All of these men were in uniform last
week and they have been sotting
into shape for the season. Collins
and Ilathbone will don uniforms this
weok and get into condition for the
Minnesota team which the Cornhusk
ers meet-at Minneapolis October Jf.
Shonka at Tackle.
Shonka, who was easily nll-Missoitrl
Valley center last year, has returned
and is in excellent shape. He has
been working on a farm all summer
and has gained weight. At the pros
FURNISHER AND HATTER
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ont he tips tho beam at 209. It has
been suggested that he bo played at
tackle this year, providing Collins wns
nblo to "corao back" and make good
in his old position at center.
Nebraska finds herself in need of n
new back andend, a complete shift
of backs, a punter, to take the place
of Ucitzer, and substitute line men.
Coach Cole has a wealth of material
for every position but the backs, and
here 1b apt to bt forced to use untried
May Develop Heavy Backs.
This may be avoided by a plan, hints
of which were given at the preliminary
practices of the past week. Captain
Temple, Guaid Elliott and other big
men, who combine speed with thoir
weight, wore used In tho backileld
sciuuds which were worked around the
field. Temple won his first letter as
a full back, and he is n wonderful de
fensive player in this position. Elliott
was used at full back in one of the
practico games last year, and, while a
little rough in tho liner points of n
back, showed possibility. With these
two heavy men to take the brunt oi
possible lino pounding, Cole could sur
round them with fast running mates
for tho circling pf the ends and for
ward passing. Not that Elliott and
Tomplo aro not fast, for in these two
and Shonka, Cole has some of tho
speediest big men ever seen, on the
Tho probabilities of such a move aro
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increased by the wealth of lino mate
rial at the disposal of tho coach.
Asido from tho four veterans to ro
turn Colo has over a dozen big men,
most of whoni have subbed in past
years, to chooso from. He will have
five men, averaging bottor than 200
pounds, on tho field next weok. These
mennre Shonka, Hobs, tho negro high
school player, who may not bo eligible
under tho six months attendance rule;
Hornborger, the freshman center of
last year, who gavo Shonka a stlffer
fight in tho practicos than he met in
almoBt rtny game; PlorBon, a scrub 0
three years ago, who has boon play
ing on a minor college for the paBl
two Beasons, and Stelk, a giant agri
cultural student, knowing nothing of
football, but fast on his feet, noarly
six and one-half feet in height and
weighing 214 pounds..
Besides the veteran bucks, Tomplo,
Elliott and Stunner, tlrtrlieavy men
who are being tried out at ball carry
ing, and Warner, Cole will use Gibson
in the backJleld, probably placing him
at full back. Gibson is the most con
sistent punter to show up on the Bqund
so far, and this alono Is noarly suf
ficient to win him a place. Minor is
a fair punter, being able to place his
kicks well, and a good drop and place
kicker, but not a man who boots the
long, slippery drives which carry tho
game well out gX. the dangerous posi
tion of tho defender's goal. Prank is
a fair hooter, but not consistent in Ills
work Tliis seems to iglve Gibson tho
Aside fi;ofii Ii'b booting, Gibson
showedfeat form on the freshman
teaur'two years ago and on the scrubs
rtst year as a hucker and carrier of
the ball, lie will probably draw tho
to Come and
See His New
Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwerr,
Gloves and Sweaters. Carefully Select
ed for the Uni. Students.
full back position because of his abil
ity in line bucking, Ilathbone taking
a half. This is but a surmise;- as the
coaches have given no indications of
their Intentions along these lFnes.
Tho weights of "the prospective first
team men of the year follow: Shonka
209, Collins about 185, Elliott 18(5, Wol
cott about 190, Temple 18"), Chauner
ir8, Warner 100, Minor 154, Lofgron
105, Hascirll 1.10. Frank 100, Ilathbone
about l.", Gibson 170, Stunner 170,
and of the more eligible candidates,
Buol 185, Hoss 211. Stelk 2H, SwanHon
187, Anderson 180, Freitag 180, Pier
son 201, and Curtis 180.
Students Got Busy.
The students are getting anxious
for tho coming game next 'Saturday
with Peru. Hooting . Leaders Ober-
feldcr and Morehouse plan to get tho
men and women of the university
working on the yells early this year
no, that by the time the big games will
bo played on Nebraska field the Corn
huskor students will bo the best root
ers in the wesU
Ann Arbor, Mich. Members of tho
University of Michigan. football squad,
who are gathering, here for Tho PV
iiiiuiiury prucuce ui wiiiiinoro inne,
agree with Coaeli Yost that the Maize
and Blue will Have a veteran team and
that the chances of defeating Pennsyl
vania in tho big eastern game of tho
schedule are good. While several vet-
"While you are registering
. ' don' t forget
, for Men a good study
$3.50, $4.00 and
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orans aro returning to Michigan, thoro
will bo no dearth of now matorlal.
Of tho prospects this fall tho Michi
gan Alumnus says: "On September 13
tho preliminary practice for tho 1910
football season will start at'Whltmoro
Lake. With twolvo 'M' men on hand,
and with an exceptionally largo num
ber of men who havo shown excep
tional ability on tho rcBorvo and
froshman squads of last yoar, tho pros
pects for a winning team for this fall
aro moro than good.
At convocation todny, 11 o'clock,
Chancellor Avory will deliver his
oponlng addrcsB to university stu
dents. Subject, "A Student's Surplus
Tho Union Literary Society will
hold its opening reception to now stu
dents Prlday at 8:15 p. m., Union hall,
The Chemistry Club will meet in the
chemistry lecturo room September 28,
and ovoryono interested in chemistry
is invited to attend.
The Forestry Club will meet at 7:30
Tuesday in tho forestry lesture room.
Election of ofllcors.
Tho Engineering Society mcetB
WedncBdny evening at 7:30 in M. E.
laboratory, room 206.
The. senior engineers will meet,
Tuesday at 7:30 In M10C.
Football practico every day at 3
o'clock on tho nthletlc field.
Saturday, October 1, football,
braska vs. Peru, athletic field.
ON THE CAMPUS
Get a fob or brooch at 310 No.
Fountain pens at 90c.
sity Book Store.
2t. Bronze Seals, $1.50, tills week only.
The University Book Store. 2t
Ail the best fountain pens in stock
at the University Book Store. 2t
See our fine line of post cards. The
Universitj Book Store. 2t
Have your clothes pressed at Wob
or's Sultorium, Eloventh and.O. tf
Regulation cadet drill bIiocb, now
ready at Men'B Bootery, 144 North
Twelfth St. l-2t
Any make of typewriter with golden
oak typewriter table, $0 for 3 months.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. tf
Miller & Pnino's Cafe. "A good place
to eat." Quick service, well cooked
food, moderate prices, good menu. Try
It! 1.5 t
J. H. Linson, 1910, was, in Lincoln
yesterday en route for Chicago to
take graduate work at Rush medical
Robcoo Pound, formerly dean of tho
college of Jaw. has written from Har
vard, where ho takes up his duties
this fall as a member of the Harvard
faculty. He says that It is a.magnill-
cent place and that he has an oppor-
- - - UwUy to do a Iftrg0 work there
Miss Delia P. rnwm,who, has for
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several years been fellow in tmj,bot-
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any department, has been elected toUJlncinnatl, Philadelphia, Memphis,
posUion in tho government botanical
laboratory at Washington. Miss In
For, Lunches Put Up for Pao
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also Ice Cream and CqUege Icea, aod
tiviijt PimhM raii & V
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TAKE TIME BY THE
and come down today and
soo our fall uits.
They're clothes thorough-brod8--ovory
Built to fit-worthy for you
to livo in. , x
For men who caro-ariBto1-
crnts of tho clothoB world
$20.00 to $40.00
L System Clothes
Specially mado for you col
logo chaps-not flashy butloads
of stylo. $18.00 to $30.00.
MAGEE & DEEMER
nop O Street
gram has boon nppolntod to this posi
tion as a result of tho government ex
amination which she passed last'
spring. Sho will loavo for (VshIng-
ton some tlmo this weok, - '
Unlvorslty of Nebraska Glee Club
try-out -was hold last evening at"' ,7
o'clock at tho Conservatory. Agpod
attondanco was present. Those offici
ating maintained that tho university
would be benefitted with a worthy
representation in tho gloo club this
year, inferring this statement, from thej
spirit displayed uy now suuionuj uu-
companied with thohvoxporlonco and
talent. Tho Unlvorslty Glco Club Jn
tho past has affprdod an oxcollont op-'
portunity for beginning students to
"try out" thoir voices, and If ellglblo
they havo been promlsod tho "finest
tutoring In gleo club and concert work.
All BtudcntB, though their voices ho
untrained, aro asked to attend, tho
next mooting of this organization .and
execute thoir initial "work out.V
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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
tions 25 cents; five insertions 40 cents.
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A good fit guaranteed. See John Uhl
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