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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1910)
Til DAILY NEBRASKA
TONIGHT AT 8:15
And Hls20th Century Mlnstre's
Frl.sat. and 8at. lat., Oct. 14, 15
"A8 THE SUN WENT DOWN"
Night, 756 to 50c Mat. 50c and 25c
BUSHB ADVANCED VAUOVILLE
Week 8tartltig Monday, Oct. 10th
THE FIVE 0LYMPIER8 "
In Diving Statuary
AND 7 OTHER BIG ACT8
Mats. 15c and 25c
Evenings 16c, 25c, 35c and 60c
Simmons the Printer
317 So. 12th
The First Trust and
A PER CENT INTEREST A
$1 opeba an account
180 Booth llthBtroofc.
IF IT'S PRINJIfjP, YOU WANT
Soo Us Before Ordoring Elsowhoro
, Programs, Menus, Anndunce
ments, Stationery, Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
SPECIAL GLASSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
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,
1619 O streot, is organizing special
afternoon and evening classes at con
venient hours for university students
who wish: to, study either shorthand,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman
ship. The oyening classes meet threo
evenings each weok Monday, Wed;
nesday and Friday. University stu:
dents 'may arrange "for any number' of l
hours perweekthat they may wish
to take, and tho rates for tuition will
JbpVyery reasonable, Tho instruction
Is given by teachers of long experi
ence and recognized ability.
Mr. Glenn "O. Taylor, B. A., LL. B.,
speaking frqm his own experience,,
says: 'I have no hesitation in say
ing that I believe th,o freshman In col-
... . legplnakes a mis
take If he does
not avail himself
of tho opportuni
ty of studying
student who ;has
a knowledge pf
shorthand hag not
only a very rapid
means of taking
notes from class
work to be used
later as references in preparation for
reviews and examinations, but also
haj.atoqwledge which ,may-be readi
ly turned into money during his spare
hours' and vacations.' Moreover, such
student, when hfs college course is
finished, is.assured Immediate employ
ment Uvthev.cpmmerplal world."
Mr.Tank Oates, a student. ot the
N. B, B., who held a position with the
B. ft M. in this city last year, is now
paying his way through Northwester!,
at Hvaaston. with his' shorthand asd
iV.mM,.if&. ' ."' -.
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Any university, students Interested
in these, special classes are invited to
call at the school and obtain furthet
particulars. The school Is losated on
ON THE CAMPUS
Don Cameron's Cafe, 119 So 12th.
The literature-department of tho
Woman's club met-Wednesday In -fao-pity
hall at 3 o'clock.
Capln Bros., Florists, 127' South
Tho Chemistry club mot last even
ing In chemistry hall.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
No. llth. '
Miss Margaret Wheeler and Miss
Mlnnlo Swezoy entertained at dinner
in honor of Miss Eleanor Barbour on
Try a lunch nt tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Chancellor Avery and Mrs. Avery
entertained the university faculty at a
buffet supper from 6:30,to 730 Wed-'
Have your clothes pressed at Woo
er's Sultorlum, Eleventh and O. tf
Tho Press club will meot In room
814, tho junior law room, today at 11
o'clock. Important business will bo
Any mako of typewriter with golden
oak typewriter table, $6 for 3 months.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange tf
Additions are made monthly 'to tho
herbarium of tho botany department.
About two hundred specimens havo"
Just been received from Germany. Al
most a bushel of ptftt balls have been
received from Kansas. They will bo
UBed for laboratory purposes.
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1325 O STREET
The Engineering society will hold a
smoker Friday evening, October 14, at
tho Delta TJpsilon house, 1305 R street
All students in the engineering col
lege aro urged to attend.
1322 n street both phones
J. C. WOOD & CO
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Cleaners and Dyers
Tho senior class moots tomorrow
afternoon at 5 o'clock. The remaining
class offlcors will bo elected and' tho
committee announcement will be
The Platform club -will have an
opening meeting and reception in the
music hall of tho Temple tonight at 8
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
The Germanistlsche Gese'llschaft
held' its regular meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:45 o'clock in tho banquet
room of the Temple." Coi!ee and Ger-.
man coffee cake, made, by Miss Krue-
ger, was served and a good time was
reported by every member present
Repaining as you want it
Completely Renewed A numbof' of
nice rooms, freBh from tho ronovn
tion, with or without board 2 blocks
from university. Auto 4515. 12-3t
i iii. i i H "i i i i
Lost Phi Rhp Sigma pin, wbotweon;
Nebraska hall and Mech. Arts hall,
Monday forenoon. Return to Nobrns
kan office for reward. 123t
"" Ml . .. Ml ill ,
Lost Fountain pen, plain black, two
gold rims. Finder return to Nobras
kan office for reward, 12-3 1
Lost Waterman vNo. 14 mottled
fountain pen, between 17th nnd Q and
12th and R. Return to Nebraskan of
fice Reward. 12-3t
Lost Party finding plumb bob in
drive near E. E. lab, pleaso return to
J. N. Bridgeman, room 203 Moch.
Arte. " 12-3t
For Sale Choap Best banjo and
guitar In tho state. Call evenings, 1'
Weber block. 14-3t
For Rent Largo, sunshiny, modern
rooms, only eight dollars a month, at
1328 T. Phoner A 3273. 14-3t
Board At tho Knapp, 1227 G streot,
$4.00 tho week. Meal tickets, $5.00.
Learn WIroleBS'and R. R. Tolegra
phy. Shortago of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ex
tensive "wireless' developments. Wo
operate under direct supervision of
telegraph officials and positively placo
all students, wbfen qualified. Writo
for catalogue. Nat'l Telegraph Inst.,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, t Memphis,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port
land, Ore. . tf
Neck and Coat Jersey-, medium and
heavy weight, all colors. Prices $6.50
By a unanimous voto September 23,
tho board of trustees of the Unlvorsity
of Mississippi voted to abolish Greek
lotter secret societies at that institu
tion. We clean anything from the
daintiest Chiffon to the heav-
lest Suit or Overcoat,
W IS THE TIME
$6 rents anymake..ot.typewrltor
with stand for three months.' Rent
applied if machine is purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No.,
llth. Richards block. You paBs pur
store every day. , tf
The university band.. at Northwest
ern has been discontinued as a result
of the lack of financial support and
lntorest on tho part of the students.
The Dally Student of Indiana Issued
on extra Saturday after the game with
Do Pauw. It. was on sale fifteen mln-
,utes after the close of the game.
In spite of .the handicap of smaller
numbers, the sophomores ot Syracuse
almost Invariably win pie annual salt
rush and it is proposed to Inaugurate
a contest that will more evenly match
the two classes.
Girls don't be bitehful
Bring I?. OQ down and
Buy the nobbiest pair of
Sboae in town at
YATES -FRENCH CO,
HANDS STOP At 600 MARK
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN OP Y. M.
C. A. CONSIDERED A SUCCESS.
DER KINDER AfTER 1,000 MEN
BIBLE CLAS8E8 TO START
' WORK THIS WEEK.
Joint Y. M. C. A. and Y. W, C. A. to
Be Held Saturday Evening
Many Stunts Planned.
Tho big membership campaign for
the University of Nebraska camo to
an abrupt but successful closo last
night at six o'clock. Owing to the
fact that all tho roports aro not in,
and that somo of thorn aro rocorded
inaccurately the oxact total of now
mombors enlisted can not bo pub
lished, but tho official managors havo
approximated tho numbor at 600,
which thoy bollovo to bo a reasonablo
estimate. Tho 'total of 000 Includes.
also, tho 130 mombors who woro on-
Hated oarllor in the yoar.
" ' This cnmpalgn has dlstlnKulBhod
itself In several ways. In tho first
placo, tho record of COO established
far oxceedB any previous rocord In
Nebraska Y. M. O. A. momborshlp
contests. Tho nearest rocord which
in any way approaches tho ono of
191041 displays a total of 175 men In
ton days. Secondly, this campaign
will probably bo tho tolling fact of
succoss whon all tho national roturns
for membership enrollment hnvo Boon
Individual Records High.
Regarding tho individual records
mado during tho sojourn of tho big
hand on tho clock, tho highest scoro
for both days was 40, for ono day 82.
Tho two-day campaign, which has
Just been completed, was inaugurated,
however, onjy as a basis on which to
attain Secretary Der Klndoren's mini
mum requirement 1,000. Tho solici
tors' success, -which wob attested by
tho final "roundup" last night, has
gifted, tho officials with such a, spirit
of confidence .and: determination- that
they declare positively they will bo
ablo to reach tho minimum require
ment before tho close of tho school
Last night, at 6:50, a big rally was
held at tho Temple, the primary pur
pose of which was, to compare, indi
vidual campaign roports, L. Marsh,
Nebraska '01,, was prosont and deliv
ered a. very interesting discussion on
tho "Platform of the Y. 4f. ,Cv A."
While at Nebraska,, Mr. Marsh was
president of tho University Y, M.' C.
A.,, and has, apparently' boon keeping
in closo touch wth the progress of
his alma mater.
- Tonight tho first meeting of Uo
Bible study class leaders will bo
called. Tho present enrollment of the
class Js 220. Tho function pf tho
meeting tonight ;will be to group tho
members Into classes, assign leaders
for tho respective divisions, and start
the courses. Three' different schedules
wilt bo. opened for the students this
fall, namely, "The Life of Christ" by
Professor Brownell; "The Life, of
ChriBt," by Bosworth; "Now; Studios
In Acts," by Bosworth; and "Social
Teachings 'of Christ," by enks. One
of tho important and interesting fea
tures of the first named, course is that
.the important and Interesting fea
tures of the first named course is that
Professor Brownell, the author of the
text' "Life of Christ," yiH personally
conduct the class. This fact has re
sulted in a membership overflow for
Secretary 'Der Kfnderen desires to
announce that a Joint Y. W.-and'Y.-M-C.
A, party and receptipa Will be held
In v the Temple rooms Saturday even
ing at etebt p'clpck. This is the frst
big eyent of Its type for, the year,
and it.Js hoped that, every oW will
atteid ready for a'geaerargbod time.
Work Called !For and Delivered
OpHi Sakrday Night All Night
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5MIS,UMM4 S4 rMMmi.25
, A 1.1!:
on a Romp all Fall ,
It's tho big assortment of.
fine ties that' a-done it," .
Cheney 'Tubular Silk Tie?,
your choice m any shade. 60c.t . jj-
Persian patterns and Bur- ivy :('
gundy red, 60c.
You'll. .flncL the complete"
ness of our stock of -Men's
Furnishings a revelation - ,:,
Manhattan SJurts. f
Swell dark backgrounds in
grey and tan, $1.60 to $3.60.
MAGEE & DEEPER
nop O Street
Dinner JJ:30to )t30.i)EA
. Supper 5:30 to 730. sCOC
ALSO CAFETERIAS' STYLE.
Hit Waflit with Mapli Syrup IOi
$2.50 Shoe Store
'and! the Original Elect
ric Shoe Repair Factory
142 No. 12th St.
UNIVERSITY JEWELERI& OPTICIAN
G. A; Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 -STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yovr Patroanc Solicited
are now in season. Do you know
, . any place where you can get as;
asoH can I at our new b tore? No
need of being crowded.
R.F. Curtis, chairman of the social
.committee, has planned some very
entertaining games and contests
which, in harmony with the- pther
proceedings, will be strictly Informal.
The University of Nebraska student
and faculty directory for 191WLl is
about ready for theTesey Aay eta-;
dents who h7e reoeaUy shaaied,
their .address or moved to .Lbeela
have sees requested to aetify 'the eel-,
tor of the directory. -.. f ,
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