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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1910)
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THX DAILY NUBRASKAN
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fv Oliver Theatre
THR8DAY NIGHTY OCT. 13
The Messers. Shubert Offer '
And His 20th Century Minstrels
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50o and 25o
Frl., 8at. and Sat. Mat., Oct. 14, 15
"A8 THE 8UN WENT DOWN"
LINCOLN raBSS5r a:3
KVUTSSMI! ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Week 8tartlng Monday, Oct. 10th
THE FIVE 0LYMPIER8
In Diving Statuary
AND; 7 OTHER' BIG ACTS
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c and 60c
Simmons the Printer
317 So. 12th
The First Trust and
Savings Bank .
A PER CENT INTEREST A
' ? $1 'open aa accouat "
189 South 11th Stroot,
if it's PRINTING Y0U WAHT
Boo Us Boforo Ordoring Elsowhoro
Programs, Menus, Announce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
SPECIALGLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
- TAR I AN 8TUDJE8.
Afternoon and Evening Classes In
Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewrit
ing, Penmanship At' Nebras
ka School of Business.
EXPERIENCE OF UNIVERSITY MEN
The Nebraska; School of Business,
located In tho Hall Bros, building,
1519 O street, is organizing special
.. afternoon and evpning classes at con
venient hpurs for university students
'who wjsh to study .either shorthand,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman-.
Ship. Tho evening classes meet three
evenings each woek Monday, Wed-
BWday and Friday. University stu
. dents may arrango for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
to take, and the rates for tuition will
bo very reasonable. Tho instruction
is 'given by teachers of long experi
ence and recognized ability.
Mr. Glenn 0. Taylor, B. A., LL. B.,
Breaking from his- own experience,
says: "I have no hesitation in say
ing that I believe , tho froBhman in col
lege makes 'a mis
take if he- does
not avail h lms off
of tho opportuni
ty of studying
student who has
a knowledge of
shorthand has not
only a very rapid
means of taking
notcB from class
work, to bo used
later as references in preparation for
reviews and examinations, hut -also
has a -knowledge1 which may be readi
ly turned into money-curing his spare
hours and. vacations. Moreover, such
student, when, his college course is
finished, is assured immediate employ
ment in the commercial world;'',
Mr. Frank bates, a Btudent of the
"N. S. B., who held'a position with the
B. & M. in this c,Ity last year, is now
paying his sfray through Northwestern,
Evanston, with his snorthand and
1 Ally UUJVOiOII-Jf BIHUVUW IUHJIOOH1U
In theso special classes are invited to
call at the school and obtain further
'partlciilars. , The, school Is' located on
O street in the" Hall Brosbulidlng,
4tik aiii4. nt tin It Jt V. -haV.
ON THE CAMPUS
Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So. 12th.
A drinking fountain, is being placed
In Library hall.
Capln Bros., Florists, 127 South
MIsThrUIo Wilson, librarian of tho
law school, spent Sunday at her homo
Green's Sanjtary Barber Shop, 120
Tho Lincoln high School football
toam will play Hastings on Nebraska
field, Saturday, October 15.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Miss May one Thompson, ox-1911, Al
pha Phi, spent Sunday in Lincoln.
Sho returned to , Omaha yestorday.
Georgo Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling CardB, In
vites and Programs'.
Tho committee publishing the stu
dent directory announces that all in
formation for the same must be in by
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
Miss Elva Hammer of Harlan, la.,
is visiting at tho Delia Gamma-house.
Miss Hammor expects to enter school
Field Geology 21.
Class will go on South Bend excur
sion Friday and Saturday of thiB -week.
All members of tho class should report
at once to Professor Bongtson.
THE NEW "N" WATCH FOBS
NEW "UNI" HAT PINS
NEW "UNI" SPOONS
All the New Things-All the Time
HALLETT, Uni Jeweler
Columbia University is considering
tho Idea of restoring football to tho
list of sports and again instituting in
terclass games, which were abolished
two years ago.
1322 n street both phones
J. C. WOOD & CO.
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Cleaners and Dyers
Any make of typewriter with golden
oak typewriter table, 6 for 3 months.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. tf
Field Geography 0 (Women).
Excursion to'LQUlsvtllo, Friday and
Saturday of this week. The class will
bo chaperoned 4by Mrs. - Condra. ' All
yho expect to go should report at orico
to Professor Condra.
$6 rents any make of typewriter
with stand for three . months. Rent
applied if machine Is -purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No.
11th. - Richards block. You pass our
store overy day. tf
The University of Minnesota has
receiyed a bequest of $50,000 to bo
used in four fellowships for graduate
students in the colleges of.' chemistry,
medicine, agriculture and' arts.
Repaiaing at you want it
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 11 a. m. and 12 m., or 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
tions 25 tents; five Insertions 40 cents.
Completely Renewed A number of
nlco rooms, frosh from tho renova
tion, with or without board; 2 blocks
from university. Auto 4515. 12-3t
Lost Phi Rho Sigma pin, botween
Nebraska hall nnd Mech. Arts hall,
Monday forenoon. Roturn to Nebras
kan offico for rownrd. 12-3t
Lost Fountain pen, plqln black, two
gold rims. Finder return to Nobrns-
kan ofllco for roward. 12-3L
Iwost Waterman No. 14 mottled
fountain pen, betweon 17th and Q and
12th and R. Return to Nebraskan of
fice. Reward. 12-3t
Lost Party finding plumb bob in
drive near E. IS. lab. pleaso return to
J. N. Brldgeman, room 203 Mech.
Learn Wireless and R. R. Tologra
phy. Shortago of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ox
tonslvo "wireless' developments. Wo
operate under direct supervision of
telegraph officials and positively placo
all students, whtm qualified. Wrlto
for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst.,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port
land, Oro. tf
50c, $1.00 AND 13.50.
1143 O Street
Coach Roper of Prlhcoton predicts
that football under the new ruleB
will be 'much safer, more Bpectacular
and far more enjoyable to both play
ers and spectators.
Wo clean anything from the
!aintie.8t Chiffon to the heav
iest Suit or Overcoat,
no w is the time
clety will bo held tonight at 7:30 in
M. E. 106. Important business is to
The "Women's Faculty club will
meet this afternoon with Mrs. Samuel
Avery at 3 o'clock at her; homo, 2001
Washington street. Tho husbands of
iho members are invited for a buffet
dinner from 5:80 to 7:30.
Monday afternoon tho annual elec
tion ofi officers of 'the university chor
ub was held. The result was as fol
lows: President, Ernest Wilson;
vice-president, Charlotte Learning;
secretary Abllda More; assistant sec
retary1, Paul Buol: treasurer, Fred
KINGCOLE" The new last
for men. Its ,a;very high broad
toe in tan button,
Look jn the
YATES. FRENCH CQ.
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GOPHERS TRAMP OVER AMES,
McQovern and Other Veterans Run tip
1 a Big Score.
Minneapolis. 'Minnesota triumphed
ovortho Ames agriculturists from
Iowa Saturday on Northrop Hold by
tho scoro of 49 to 0. Tho . Gophors
r how cd great form nnd found tho
Ames lino For gains on almost overy
ploy. Tho scoro would probably linvo
been larger, but Dr. Williams kopt
substituting reserves for his regulars
as tho game progressed.
ThlB was Minnesota's third game of
the season, but they did not try half
tho number of thotr plays against tho
Iowans. McGovorn was a big star In
dividually arid besides making a pretty
drop kick In tho early part of tho first
porlod, wnp a ground gainer every
time ho took tho ball.
Captain Johnson, who has been on
tho sldo lines for the last two games
-with a soro shoulder, got In the first
half of Saturday's battle and played
a brilliant game. Rosonwalg wns a
consistent ground gainer for the Go
phers, while tho Erdell brothers nl8o
did good offonsivo work.
Wilder nnd Johnson, votoran full
back nnd tacklo, probably will bo eli
gible for tho Iowa gamo, October 15,
nnd nro now practicing with Hollon
back's squad. Shuck and Bttrress,
onds, did great work In tho scrim
mnjo Tuesday. Aubrey Aloxundor,
who has played out his time and is u
student fn Iho law Hchool, was miftTo
an assistant coach at tho mooting of
tho nthlotio board last night. John
Nowoll IB doing well at half back,
nnd probnbly will bo used against
Rolla Saturday. Hollenback Is still
demanding more men to pick his team
from. The squad numbers nearly
sixty men. Tho Missouri back field
Is as goo as any coach could nsk
for, but' tho Tiger lino Is weak. It
permitted tho scrubs to sift through
on offense, and was anything but
holeproof on defense
After tho hardest kind of scrim
mage for an hour Thursday with tho
Northwestern squad, Coach Hammett
admitted that he felt blue over the
outlook. "Tho men certainly- .have
not got together yet. They are sjowl
slow, and I simply can't get tho speed
The men' are beginning to show
improvement. The freshmen w.ero
tho first to bear the brunt of tho 'var
sity attack and then tho scrubs, whose
teamTnow contains several . former
university players. Tho two teams
kicked off and played a regular gamo
for half an hour. Tho scrubs1 have a
now coach, and he sooms to have put
a finer spirit into them than the 'var
sity themselves showed. Their" now
.coachls Professor Fox, the astrono-'
mer, who formerly played at the Uni
versity of Kansas, and later .at 'Dart
Now .footbaU In its ultra modern
phases 'wlll betho bill when Chicago
and Indiana meet- at Marshall field
next Saturday in tho initial confer
ence game' of the season. For tho
first time the 1910 brand of gridiron
play will get a -thorough try-outT
Coach St'agg has decided to open up
his tricks to tho populace to boom
The 'Maroon coach is goipg to op
pose tricks with tricks as a means
of humbling the expectant Hooslers,
and the new game will sizzle behind
closed gates at the Maroon camp for
tho next two days in preparation. In
stead of trying to, bolster up Ijls de
fense, Coach Stagg will devote every
facility of his camp to lnstlllingr his
prize inventions jnto his players.
" The Midway athletes" have a small
repertolro a.t present, but some of. tho
players are. the most spectacular ever
brought out In the west, according to
the veterans who haye seen them.
Work Palled For and Delivered,
i Open Saturday ightJKU Night "
S.0aW and PfW $1.25
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LOOK ALL OVER TON
and then come and be con- ,
yinced that!; Pyetom OlotheV .
are just what you want. ". ;,T i
They're full of dash and,
color, ' r
No flashy extremes.
Just the striking lines thijt
please college men'; , ' ' y ;
Fabrics that are nctyel aridu
dressy fit that is un question- '
ed style all tho time. "..
Prices within, jho jeach -pf
all $18.00 to $30.00. '. V
MAQER & DEEMER J
nop O Street.
Dinner JJt30 to Jt30 OR
Supper 530 to 7:30 OC
ALSO CAFETERIAN STYLE
Htt Waf lit with Mipli Syrup I0t
$2.50 Shoe Store
and the Original Elect
ric Shoe Repair Factory
142 No. 12th St;
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Vevr Fatrosige Solicited
are now jn season. Do.yon'know
any pTaco whero you can get as
aa you can at our new store? No,
need of being crowded.
Kitchen s. w. crr
Pickering of Minnesota is the samo
old star in the hooting business.
Johnston, 'is being tried out at quar
ter, while McQovern Is taklsg a. reeU
v'8plee" in Hiryard stadlumvHmdea
hurried exit whnloqYerd, at Wecl-
needays secret practice.
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