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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TODAY 2:30 AND 8:15
THE WIZARD OF WISEAND
Mat. fiOo and 25c. Night 25c to 75c.
THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 13.
And his 20th Century Minstrels
Oct. 14-15. "As the Bun Wont Down."
I lUPni I) MATINI-ES (Bxcrpf Manday) a:3o
LIHuULn BVUNINCIS AT HI30 t
BUSHR ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Week Starting Monday, Oct. 3d.
FRANK 8TAFF0RD & CO.
AND 7 OTHER BIG ACT8
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Simmons the Printer
317 So. 12th
The First Trust and
A PER CENT INTEREST
$i opens an account
183 South 11th Street.
IF IT'S PRIMTIMRYOU WANT
8ee Us Boforo Ordering Elsewhere
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-1 no No 14th. St.
SPECIALGLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
Afternoon and Evening Classes In
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewrit.
Jng, Penmanship At Nebras
ka School of Business.
EXPERIENCE OF UNIVERSITY MEN
' Tho Nebraska School of Business,
located In tho Hall Bros, building,
1519 O street, is organizing special
afternoon and evening classes at con
venient hours for university students
who wish to study either shorthand,
typewrlUng, bookkeeping or penman
ship. The evening classes meet three
evenings each wefck Monday Wed
nesday and Friday. University stu
dents may arrange for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
to lake, and the rates for tuition will
be very reasonable. Tho instruction
is given by teachers of long experi
ence nnd recognized ability.
Wr. Glenn O. Taylork B. A., LL. B.,
speaking from his qwn experience,
says: "I have- no hesitation in say
ing that I bellovo the freshman In col
lege makes a mis
take if he does
not avail himself
of tho 'opportuni
ty of studying
student who has
a knowledge of
shorthand has not
only n very rapid
means of taking
notes from class
work to be used
later as references In preparation, for
roviews and examinations, but also
has a knowledge which may bo readi
ly turned into money .during his spare
hours and vacations. Moreover, such
student, when his college courso is
finished, is assured immediate employ
ment in tho commercial world,"
Mr. Frank Gates, a. student of tho
N, 8. B., who held a position with the
B. & M. in this city last year, la now
paying his way through Northwestern,
iC'f WlPtfnnornn with lila onnrrriotifl nnrl
hj?v .:w" ""-
Ariy university students interested
in these special classes are Invited to
call nt tho Bchool and obtain furthei
:;( particulars. Tho school is located on
6 street in the Hall Bros, building,
Just east of the F. & M. bank
ON THE CAMPUS
Don Cameron's Gate, 119 So. 12th.
An In tor fraternity bowling league
has been organized at Wisconsin.
Capln Bros., Florists,
Captain Thatcher of Missouri ie
suffering from a sprained knee. He
expects to got into the garao in a few
Green's Sanitary Barbor Shop, 120
Bob Fuclk, last year's quarter at
Wisconsin, has a brother trying for
the team who gives promlso of be
coming as much of a star as "Bob"
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
Tho debating league at I. 8. T. C.
has the samo financial propositions to
wrestlo with as have somo of the
leagues in other schools. Tho school
ma'ms are desirous of extending their
forensic Ablations to includo another
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. 8pa.
13th and P streets.
Tho girls of the I. B. T. C. are now
required to wear uniform gymnasium
suits. The idea of uniformity in dress,
whether it be for girls' gymnasium
work or for "prep" drill is becoming
George BroB.. 218 South Thirteenth
street. Printers. Calling Cards, In-
vlteB and Programs.
A courso in tho conservation of re-
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1 325 O STREET
sources Is offered'' at tho University
of Michigan. The -courso Involves six
years of study resulting in the degree
of Master of Conservation Engineer
ing. 1322 N STREET
J. C. WOOD & CO.
OLDEST LARGEST LEST
Cleaners and Dyers
Invitations havo been sent to. Uni
versity students for an "at homo" by
Trinity M. E. church. UUb evening
from $ to 10 o'clock at tho church
edifice, Sixteenth and A streets. The
invitations specify that the reception
is lor upper classmen as well as fresh
men. Any mako of typewriter with golden
oak .typewriter table, $6 for 3 months.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. tf
Tho students of the University of
Missouri now have tho opportunity of
"splashing in the Y. M. c7 A. pool,
which was opened for the Urst time
this fall. Tho pool Is open every day
from 1:30 until 10 o'clock p. ra. Twenty-five
cents is charged for five swlmB.
$6 rents any make of typewriter
with stand for three months. Rent
applied if.machine Is purchased. Lin
Repaiaing as you went it
coin Typowrltor Exchange," 122 No
llth. Richards block. You pass oui
storo every day. It
Tho young pcop!o of tho First Chris
tian church nro leaving nothing un
done to provide entertainment for the
two to three hundred students that
are expected to attond their annual
reception Friday evening. Tho re
ception will bo hold at tho church,
Fourteenth and M Btrcets, and as In
tho past, a cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all strangers as well as stu
Mrs. H- H. Weeler, Mrs. C. L. HaM,
Miss Camillo Hall and Miss Margaret
Wheeler entertained at luncheon at
noon yesterday In honor of Mrs. Ed
win Hlnkley Barbour and her daugh
ter, Miss Eleanoro Barbour. This Is
one of a number of functions given
for Miss Barbour, ono of tho brides
elect of tho Reason. Tho luncheon was
given at 12 o'clock at tho Hall resi
dence, 1528 K street.
At tho request of passengers living
on tho Randolph and North Twenty
fifth Btreo lines ,these lines will oper
ato only to O iAeet without crossing.
Tho cemetery car, leaving tho post
offlco at two minutes after the hour
and every fifteen minutes thereafter,
2, 17, 32 dnd 47, will transfer to tho
Randolph street car going out, mak
ing connections at Twenty-flfth nnd
O streets. Passengers for tho North
Twenty-flfth street lino will connect
with tho Btato farm cars, leaving tho
postofflco on tho hour, 15, 30 and 45
minutes after tho hour, .making con
nections at Twenty-flfth and O streets.
"Wo clip tho following from tho
"Phllliplan," puollBhed at Phillips And
ovcr Academy: "All fellows who would
Hko to go to Lawrence tomorrow to
sing at the jail are asked to take the
oar which leaves the top of tho hill
at eight o'clock."
Come and See
our new Soft Hats rnd Caps that ypu
would be pleased to wear and know
that you were wearing the right thing.
Schlldmlllcr, a former Princeton end
and All-American end in 1908, is coach
ing tho Oregon Agricultural College
team this fall. He played at Andover
before entering Princeton.
We clean anything from the
intiest Chiffon to the heav.
lest Suit or Overcoat,
now is the time
University of Missouri freshmen aro
compelled to carry the suit cases of
tho uppcrclassmen as they arrive on
tho train. Cornell Sun.
Basketball candidates have already
reported for practice at Cornell. Coach
Coogan ia in chargo.
Tho women of the University of
Minnesota have started a campaign to
secure tho right of voting in the ath
letic association elections.
Northwestern University has adopt
ed the rule that henceforth no stu
dent in tho college of liberal arts
shall become a member of a frater
nity until he has secured from the
dean a statement certifying that lie
has been regularly enrolled for at
least one semester and that during
that time he has mado at least ten
Get an 'F- Fr H'.
foz your next tramp
122b O Street
Advertisements for this column
should be left at tho business office,
basement Administration building, be
tweon 11 a. m. and 12 m., or between
2 p. m. and 6 p. m.
Want ads will positively not be In
serted unlets 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
tlons 25 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.
Found Fountain pen. Owner may
havo samo by Identifying nt "Rag"
offlco and paying for this ad.
LoBt An O. H. S. '09 clasB pin on
Q or R street, east of school. Re
ward If returned to this offlco 7-31
Lost $10 bill, botwoon 12th and
13th on R Btreot, last week. Finder
pleaso return to NebruaRan offlco. 9-lt
iui-u Yvueiutib and K. it. Telugru
phy. Sbortago of fully 10,000 opera t
ors on nccount of 7-hour law and ex
tensive "wireless' developments. Wr
oporato under direct supervision o
telegraph officials and positively place
all students, when qualified. Wrltr
for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst.
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Mompblp
Dnvenport, la., Columbia, 8. C Port
land, Qro. tf
Coach Griffith gave his football
squad ono of tho "hardest work-outs
Monday night they havo had this sea
son, Jn preparation for tho gamo with
Illinois next Saturday.
Fiercer worji on the part of tho en
tire team is the slogan of Griffith
after the showing made against Dob
Moines college last Saturday, and Mon
day night he pointed out to tho men
tho necessity of playing tho gamo at
The likely and unlikely candidates
aro still being treated alike by Grif
fith and be has given no intimation
whatever of his selections for tho first
Two more of last year's olovon,
Joined tho squadxzflflflirfzxflflfffllofn;
Jones and McCroIght, both ends.
Joined the squad last night, which will
give a lot of valuable material for tho
Wlillo football practice at Cornoll
Monday afternoon was light, the
coaches giving tho men a rest after
Saturday's strenuous gnmo, tho teams
put.in threo. hours of Individual coach
ing. Dan Reed was Impresaed by the
poor tackling of tho forwards In Sat
urday's gamo and today sot them at
tho tackling dummy, fgr an hour's
drill. Munk. Austin, Hale, Cham
paign, Carman, Zellor and Freldonrlch
were sent against tho dummy, boforo
which tho coaches bad stretched a
rope about waist high. Tho men hod
to run under this rope, or a hake
handle in the hands of Reed, boforo
they could mako tholr tackles.' The
coaches expect to teach tho men to
tackle JuBt low onough by this device.
The backs .were drilled at tho forward
pass, both over and outsldo tho lino
"Illinois" must sfiow better to beat
Chicago." That was Jimmy Ash
more's statement after tho IlTinl
eleven bad taken hla men from James
Milllken University into camp in Sat
urday's game by a 13-0 tune. Ash
moro was sincere. Ho is an Illlnl
grad hlmBolf, and is rated as the best"
first baseman that ever helped to win
a baseball game for "G" Huff et al.
The Milllken coach is . certainly
right' about Chicago's chances. Illi
nois, put up Just bout the classiest
exhibition of consistent fumbling that
a coll.ego football team has ever
shown. It was a signal for a demon
stration when one of "tho backs caught
a punt cleanly. Like as not the. mon
were a bit unnerved, in that Captain
Butzer, Twist, Oliver and Merrlman
were, not in the game, but neverthe
less most of the players were vet
erans. Illinois is loaded with them
thls-year. - ,
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.'a vWi' &?& VO' A
A Triumph Arch to Kens
Would bo built if triumphs
todny were rewi r led as of old.
They're a triumph of expert
tailoring the result of endless
"Kensington" is our nnmd
for tho beM clothes wi-can buy,'
your guaranteo of perfect
A sic tho men who carp
about their clothes.
They'll answer "Konsing
ton." $20.00 to $40.00.
MAGEE & DEEMER
nop O Street
i- Dinner JluOto Ji30 AEA
r Supper itlO to7i30 UU
ALS0 1 CAFETERIAS STYLE
Hot Wif iMwith Maplt SyrufflOo
$2.50 Shoe Store
and the Original Elect-
-mmmm . -w -mm "X. jm
nc Shoe Jep air Factory
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yovr Pctronagc Solicited
are now in season Do yon know
any place whero you cun get asj
QUICK SERVICE !
as you can 'at onr new store? NoJ
need of being -crowded. L
Lincoln Candy S
IVltChen S. W, Cereer
At Chicago university tho members
of tho different classes try to outdo
each other in fantastic costumes when
they attend ono of .the big athletjc car
jnlvals. ,Tho class which makes the
"beat" showing receives a large ban
Politics is- a mooted questioa at
other colleges than minors. The
Daily iowan says: "The liberal arts
collego has become ode -vast' political
camp. From tho' freshmen;, who are
just beginning to wake up, to the sen
iors, who have been campaigning tor;
.some time, politics is pow ta question,
which rivals football in interast."
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