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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1910)
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TBI DAILY IfEIRASIAN
TODAYiraO TONIGHT, 115
lis The Si Wist Ddws
Nlght, 7o to 25o Mt. BOo anel 2iSc
,S ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Weak Starting Mwday, Oct:.10tK
TUB.riur m vuiini
4Vh,Dlv1nV,4tjMry,, ,. r
AND 7 OTHERrBlQ ACTS .
Matt. 15c and '25c
Evtnjnts 15c, 25c, 35o and 50c
Simmons the Printer
?AutM3lt ;317 S. 12th
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: Savinra Rank. .
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fl CENT INTEEiT
;Sr th" Before Ordering Elsewhere
. Programs, Menus, A.nnounce
. ments, Stationery,. Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
128-180 No 14th St.
AN OPPORTUNITY T$TXkE UTfLI
-TAHIAN STUDIES. 4
Afternoon and Evening Classes" In
snortnana, BooKKeeping, Typewrit
Ing, Penmanahlp At Nebras-
ka School ef Bualneea.
WwWf Of UNIVERSITY MW
"w" The Nebraska. School of Business,
jlocated'Ia the Hall Bros, building,
1519 0 street, Js" organizing special
'afternoon and evening classes at con-
yenlent. hours fo'r university students
. who -wish 16 study either shorthand,
typewriting, bookkeeping or penman
jshlp. The evening classes meet three
evenings each week Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday. University stu
'denta may arrange for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
'to take, and the rates for tuition will
jjbe very reasonable. The Instruction
Is given by teachers of lbng expert
enco'and recognized ability.
Mr. Glenn O. "Taylor, B A., LL. B.,
(Speaking ' from his own experience,
fiays:' "I havo.no hesitation in say
Ung that I' believe the freshman In col
lege makes a mis
take If he does
not avail himself
of the opportuni
ty of studying
shorthand! f and
student who has
a knowledge of
shorthand has not
only 'a very rapid
means ot taking
notes -from class
work to ha Hand
llkter as references l'n'preparatioa for
reviews and examinations, but also
has a knowledge which may be readi
ly turned, into money during his spare
jspn'ra and vacations. Moreover, such
student, when his' college course Is
jfjnlsbed, is assured immediate employ
iment; la the commercial world."
(&Mr. Frank' Oates, a student of the
N. 8. B., who -held a position with the
f B. Jb M. in this city last year, j now
jSaying his way through Northwestern,
ikt Svanstoa, with his snofthand and
' Anymnlverslty siudens interested
U thew special' claws are invjted te
all at the school ani obtain farther
particulars. The schoolls located oa
SO street i the Hsll Bros, salMlsg,
rjjsist et 'f Ue F, 4uM. haak.
J'f.st es.t'ef Ue F, 4uM. sank.
jQeo; Sidney to "THE JOY .WIDER'?
stinrMfintytfy 'fcinaVrty. jam
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ic nri't miiirriiiA
tf Wt .. .
j I fafLfKIIH la
SPECIAL CLASSES FOR UNI HEH
ON THE CAMPUS
Don Cameron Cafe, lit go. 12th.
Fajtf Rivett, ex.. 1912, waa.a recent
Capln Bros., Florists,' 127 South
Thirtoonthriitteet ' V
rLa.rv:erne'McDavitt lQHhas Tegis-
wrea xor wore again.
.Ralph, JMurphy, 07,.J vlsltlngjrt, the
Phi Kappa Pal house1.
'CliffordPhluips;' 1913?;has pledged
Green's Sanitary 'Barber 'Shop, 120
RAD ALU XbOUT,,THEBQ
GAME IN THE, DAILYNEBRA8KAN
EXTRA. PUBLISHED AT THE
CLOSE OF THE GAME.
. ''Try a lunch' atiihe t. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets. i
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tT;nAv j PUBLISHED AT THE
CLOSE Of THE QAME.
era Sultorlum, Eletenth and O. tf
r;In'the HoIghborhoodVof thirty' men'
accompiinjedv "the footiall "team to
' Any piake'of tyewritw wltirbldea
oak typewriter table, J6 forv8.moaths.
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. tf
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RVAD "ALL'' UABOUT TH E
GAME IN THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
;EXTRA,. PUBLISHED AT
CLOSE OF THE "GAME.
F B L K
FURNISHEfl AND HAHER heavy weight, all colors. Prices $6. 60
1325 O STREET to $1.60.
Dean Richards -of the engineering
college, accompanied tho football
team to 'Minneapolis as tho faculty
momber.,of tho athletic -board.5"'
1322 n street both phones
J. C. WOOD & CO.
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Cleaners and Dyers
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QAME IN THE' DAILY NEBRASKAN
EXTRA. PUBLISHED AT THE
CLOSE OF THE QAME.
Robert Thompson of Denver la vis
iting at-the Alpha The ta-Chi house..
Professor Virtue of the political
economy department spoke .before tho
debating squad last evening.
Roy V. Pepperberg, M. A. 1907, is
confined to his home in south Lincoln
by a severe strain in his leg. ,
1 George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street, Printers. Calling Cards, in
vites and Programs. '
Helen Sawyer, 1913, Is doing dem
onstrating work In domestic science
at Holdrego this week.
Expert ReMlrinjt. ,
I 4-,..V 9. '
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' Advertisements for this eolumh
should 6e left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 11 a. m. and 12 m., er.betwsen
2.pu. m.and5.-j.lm'. . J . .
Want ads' will positively net be In
serted unless paid In advance, at the
rate of 10 cents per Insertion 'for
every fifteen ' werds er fraction "there
of for the first Insertion; three' Inser
tions 25 cents five Insertions 40 cents.
LostLadies' gold Watch, between1
O street and the campus, between 9
and 1 o'clock; .Friday. Reward for
return to Nebraakan office. 16-3t
Wanted A girl to wait, on -table for
board. 511 No. 16th. Auto 1821, Bell
For Sale .Cheapo-Best banjo and
guitar In the state!' Call evenings, 1'
Weber block. I43t
- For 'ReatrLarge; sansblny,""modern
rooms, only 'eighV dollars a' month, at
1328 T. Phone A 8273. 14-3t
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Board At the-Knapp 1227 O street,.
84.00 ther' '.week. Oleat tickets; '85.00,'
Learn Wireless and R. R, Telegram
phy. Shortage -of fully 10,000 operate
fers on 'account ef -7-hour rtawJand'-exi
operate? under' direct .RapervlstoB oi!
telegraph opTctalsaaa tKltively,place
all students, when quallied. Wrjite
for catalogue. -Nat'l Telegraph-last,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Memphis,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Pprt
land, Ore. tf
4 . 7. ?
!Neck and tloat Jersey, medium and
. Tho Innocents and 'Black; Masques
are to be guests of "Mrs. Avery and
Miss Ensign at- a ? dinner, party this
We clean anything from the
?aiM?? e h
iest Suit or Overcoat,
nowis t Ht& ti m
Frd- Hpnter, 1905, was in.LInfcoln
last week and attended the South Da
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EXTRA. PUBLISHED "AT THE
CLOSE, OF THE GAME.
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The , Engineering society held a
smoker last night' at the Delta-UpsUotf
fa rents "any "make of' typewriter
wlth; .stand tor? three months. Rent
applied! if machine is purchased. Lin-'
colnA Typewriter Exclange, 122 No.
-11th. ..Richards block. Ton pass our
store every day, tf
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EXTRA. FUBLISHED 'ATTHIK
CLOSE OF THE GAME.,
Just arrived, the most popular
high toe last, guaawtal lace and
-buttoB S.ge - .-
The-Tan DriU jSHsee just arrived,
t hrpa4hih toe4f7.i.. .
YATES - FRENCH $
. t , fMjs r rtv a . ROTH
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NEW MAGAZINE RACK.
Valuables-Additions H the-Bttanlsal
Dr. 'Walker who'. has charge of the
botany library;, has just antpuseed
the installation of. a 'new magaslne
rack in the department- library A-Tais
rack la equipped with, pigeon holes
enough , to hold, oyer one .hundred cur
rent magazines. .There are atjthe
present, time sixty-one botanical - and
sclentlfla magaslnes on (file. n this
case. Most of the publications are
Issued v.moathly. Tho periodicals
which are considered of the ost;impQn?b(rOlirCrWRet
portance have been, placed in tho top
pigeon i holes, v so that they .may be
e.aslly.mhosen -iby the studont whols
In search of the latest and, most re
liable - references . on botanical , topics.
BOtANV DKRARTMENT SWAMPED
Students' sjaxt Year to, e,Advied to
Rtltr(fer,0thsr. Courses. ,
DrrBessey anapuncoditohls botany
claaseB, yesterdarishat'ttere were at
the preienttlme twenty per tcent
more students' In beginning botany
than ever before. Ho said that the
enrollment had reached) the-ilmltr An
Increase next -year equal to that of
this fall would-swamp" the 'department
entirely. The laboratory limit for any
6ne week, is threerhundred'and weighty
five. A twenty per- cent Increase next
fall wquld mako necessary the en
largement of the present ''laboratories
to a capacity of nearly a dozen 'new
.students for ..each., work .period. It
oajd also, require 'another assistant
for" each crowded session.
On the "whole', ;Dr. Bessey advise
tho students to urgo thereshmeri
sext year to tako some other.-course.
Something mus be . debe to dispopu?
larlzo the botany course. The groat
increase in numbers each year is said
to 'bo due-to the quality ofxtho course
provided 'by Dr. Be'ssoy, who Is one
of the 'foremost botanists 3fthe day.
Tho department of botany has steadily
growhmnder :hls direction. ,
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CLOSE OF THE QAME
STATION A HAS MANY LETTERi
Students Mai) Is Held Until Address
of Consignee Is Learned. w
lreat quantities' ,of malWettersr
papers, Mstfcards. circulars -and even'
valuable . iackageSVsre,' accumulating.
at Station A, the University post
office. Doubtless a goodly number of
students who have fceeh looking for
"that (Jetter.!rq;n- home" v or" "the
Ithngs 'I forgot wnen I'left .would
be .enabled to, solve .the mystery by
applying atthe' 'general delivery win
dow at Station A.
. The 'hew studehjswhb Uepdth
universuy ,ior we nrst time, are not
to bo "located by -means of the city
or student-directories, and therefore
the postal authorities have no, .small
Job oil their-bands whenthey attempt
to discover the destination of several
hundred: letters which are .addressed
only "Station A."
. Students ' whowgaye -. eae ' address
when'they registered "and .then moved
to tho .other side of the city on 'the
day 'following can hardly 'expect -the
records Jn.tho Registrar's office or the,
postofrice to he' accurate.' Bach stu
dents 'are required to notify the Reg
istrar and the postofflce authorities
at Station. A. of their, change of resi
dence, -Lincoln. r poataJauthefitle
have 'some talrigjlke1 six' to, 'yen
thousand of students to keep track
of each school year. v r
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For LuneKes !BixG
also Icecream and
FruifeunehHs CM1 at
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In. a ?t6rm they'll YtUriL
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WUIOIT J1KO S.UUK. ' '
-rEquiilly.gQpd Atou drfi
paradeV t ' '
You'll f findnotliinv fliriei'
than our longyhlackp for
the swellest, affair. ., ,
No lack in warmth 'either.
fThey J re,- the, .rnpst vferyioe-4
ablei coats we ye.eyor 'sold.
tffPrices .to:iBtiib vou- il2,ftO. - 4 '"W
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winm-inno- a,(..rkt3unn ,,-' 4iS,l":
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ALSO CAFETERMN STYLE
Wi WtflM with M It SfriB I0i
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$2.50 Shoe Store
nd tht r Original Elect
ric Sho) Repair Factory
142 No. 12th St.
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AU9 I'disccik 'icu-Uff, rstsi
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iBw; In season. Doyoakaow
- "any plaWwhere you can get as ;
seed of being crowded.
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