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T H K j DA I L Y N Ml A I X A N
, k TONIGHT AT 8: 15
GEOr1GEr(BUSY IZZY) "SIDNEY
"THE JOY RIDER"
. , -Prices 35c o $1.00-- - - -
Ww.. Thurs. and Thur. Mai Oct. 1920
"MV CINDERELLA Q I R L"
. Mat, 25c to $1.00 Night, 50c, to $1.50
Lincoln ""miBswttp r
itaSS ADVANCED VAUDVILLE
Week Starting Monday, Oct. 17th
THOMAS J. RYAN-
' ANff 7 OTHER' rilG. ACTS
M'as.i15o and 25c
.Evenings 15c, 25c, 35o arid 50c
Simmons the Printer
Ahto2319 ' . t 317 So. 12tfi
The-First Trust and
A pEKf cent Interest a
' :$1 open an account "
189 BcAith lltb Btroot,
If IT'S PRIMJRYOU WANT
;.- . ,800 Us Boforo- Ordering Elsowhoro
. ...Prbgrairfs,Menus A'nnounce
r 'mente, Stationery. Booklets
VANTINE PRINTING CO.
.128-180 No ,14th St.
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SPGIAL CUSSES FOR UNI MEN
AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE UTILI
0 ' iVfARiArt 8Tl)DrE8.
' Afternoon and Evening, Classes In
Ing, Penmahthlp 'At NebVae
ka' ; School of Business.
IcxpeMicc; oryiJNiVERiiTY neK
The -Nebraska School of Business,
..located In . tho Hall Bros. .. building,'
.1519 O street, iav organizing special
.afternoon and .evening 'classes at con
venient hours for university studonU
sL who wish, to study either shorthand,
fLu typewriting,' .bookkeeping' or penman-
ship," Tho .evening classes meet three
.evenings each wookJfonday, WoA
nosday and,, "Fr'Idajv University stu
doht&,niay arrango for any number of
hours per week that they may wish
to "take and the. rates for tuition will
bo vcryreasonablo. The Instruction
Is ,iven py k t'eacheVs of Jong expert
v,;Mriv Glenn O; Taylor, B. a!, LL. B.,
: speaking from his own experience,
sayS; "I Have no he'sitatibn In say
ing that I -believe tho freshman in col-
lego makes a .mis
take, .if he does
not; avail himself
of tho bppprtunU
ty 6t studying
student who has
. a lcnowieugo of
shorthand has not
only a very rapid.
means of taking
' notes 'from class
work to be used
later as references In preparation for;
roviows and' . examinations, but also
has. a knowledge irhlclk. kay be readl-.
, 1 turned. into money during his spare
hour&'and vocatldnsi Moreover, suctt
v -student, when ma couege course is
; ' rilshed. Is' assured immediate employi
,hiBtIitt the. commercial world!."
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Mr. Fraiik qatee, a student of tnt
N.r" B,iirhQ held a position' -with ti)i
B. ft M 4. In this city 'last year, 1 now
paying bis way through Northwestern',
1 dSKVn fc JUVUHBUMI, TVJtn OIB HBOtlMIIB U
ism, iw-riti.. w . i . , . :
.Any waiyersity students 'interested
la thes. special caBteg'are-tevit U
call1 at t'-solMwl akiobUIa ferthef
HcallrttsVool Si'ohtail ftirtbef
.partkalerB. vTlw sckfel, U6eW;:
8 tr' -fmmf !.
ON THE CAMPUS
Don Cameron's Cafe, 110 So. 12th.
Notice. " , ,
Tbpso interested in track athlotlcs
report aktho gymnasium-Tuesday ,'0c
tbber 18, at 11 o'clock.
Cnpin Bros., Florists, 127 8outh
Those interested in basketball re
port at the gymnasium Tuesday, Oc
tober 18 at 4 o'clock. . .
Jtalph Murphy, '07, is visiting at the
Phi Kappa Psi house.
An important meeting of. tho sopho
moro class will bo hold" today 'fri Me
moroal' ball at 11; 80. Commltteo ap
pointments will bo made and tho elec
tion of minor class officers held.
Green's Sanitary Harbor Shop, 120
No. 11th. - '
Tho Forestry Club -will meet to
nighfTn N2 at 7:30. This will bo tho
second meeting of the school year.
Tho program will bo as follows: "A
Year, in Wisconsin Ltimbjdrjng," J, FL
Buol; ''Stato Work In Ohio.' L. H.
Try a. lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa,
13th and P streets.
Delta Delta Delta sorority held a
houso party Friday evening at the
chaptcr-houserlG22 S street.
Hlltner Bros., Florists, 118 So. 12th
St. Phones Auto 1894, Bell 330. Choice
roses, carnations and chrysanthemums.
Wo solicit tho university trade. tf
FURNISHER AND HATTER
1325 O STREET
, Students who enjoy shooting may be
interested to know that tho new Rem
ington' pump gun Is the invention of a
former student of engineering at the
university, Mr. J.D. Pedersoii.
1322 n street , BpTH phones
J, C. WOOD & CO,
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Cleaners and Dyers
Havo your clothes pressed at Web
er's Suitorium, Eleventh and O. tf
The Sigma Chi fraternity enter
tained at a house party Saturday
night. , r . ""
Any mako of typewriter with golden
oak typewriter table, ?6 for ,8 months.
-Lincoln Typewriter Exchange. tf
, Miss Ruth Jnckaway,-1010,. will en
tertain at a 1 o'clock, luncheon , for
Miss Marie Talbot Friday; ' .
George Bros., 218 South Thirteenth
street. Printer.8;rCalllng Cards, In
vites' and Programs.
r Tho Y..M. C. A. and YVW; CA'.
held a joint par,ty 'Saturday eyening,
which 'ifSV largely attended. R. FY
CnrUs, 1912, had charge" of the affair.
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LoBt Ladles' gold watch,, botwocri
O street and the campus, bqtween 0
andal oclock, Friday;. Reward for
return to Nobraskan office. ' 1G-Ct
Ranted Stude'ntBto work fori
board. Royal Hotel.
Wanted A: gfrj..to tfait on table for
board,. 511 No. 16th. AUto 1821, Boll
868. . . lG-3t
For Rent-pri 0 large siinshiny room,
downstairs; sfzo 14x15; modern: $15
per month. 1328 T at ,
Ttor'RenHfw6'm6dVor ro6mB, ono
0x12, other 15xi8 only SiO per month
.for'BUite. '1328 Tb. ' . l7-3t
Boird ;ACttib Knapp; 1227 G, st'rcot,
$4.00 the tyeok.1 Meal tickets,' G.OO.
Extra Money for 8"tu'dont& Wo
want an ambitious studorit to roprd
sent America's leading magazine ol
outdoor sports. This is & great oppor
tunity to mnko money without Inter
fering with studies. AddresB Dept. S.,
National Sportsman, 75 Federal St.,
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lioarn Wireless and- II. It Tologra
phy. Shortage of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ox
tenslvo "wireless' developments. Wo
operate under direct supervision of
telegraph officials and posit I vols; iIaco
all students, Wlftn qualified. Wrlto
for catalogue. Nat'l .Telegraph' Inst,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Mompbls,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S. C, Port
land, Oro. tf
Nock -and G&at Jersey modiuifi afa'd
heavy weight, all colors. Prices $0.50
iHon.'Johb P. Hartman of Benttle
' m ft '
'Washington, a clasBmadto of Profes.
sors Caldwell and FoBsler anH Dr.
tWblfe; spoht d few days in 'the cJty.
We Gem ariy tliiiig : from the
claintkst Phiffon to the hpay
jes,t pint or Overcoat,
no w is the ime
' $6 rents any" make- of typewriter
with .stond for three months, Rent
applied Jf mqjchlno Is purdhascd Llhj
coin Typewriter, .Exchange," 122 No.
ilth. Richards' Block.' You pass our
store ovory1 day, tf
'Ralph Goad, 1911-was called, to Om
aha' last week on account of tho serp
oas -Illness; of his father, John F. Goad,
who' died Saturday, " Mr. Coad was orio
of -tho leading Qmaha banks and n"
plpneer of "VVyomlng and Nebraska.
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. Miss Laura Belle Pfelffpr of th'o
Eujopean history department spent
tho summer Jn 'Europe; In study and
travel. ; Miss Pfeiffer completes her
work-of gathering material tot her
Doctor's thesis, which Jjhe began the
previous summer in Paris. Sho spe'nl
two months .trayoliag through Gbr
many antt Switzerland.
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Bklt IVaX' 0lf itl Unftrtn
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HOST ROUND NEARLY OVER
TENNIS TOIIRNMBNt TUhNS
OUT THIRTY-TWO MEN.
OUTLOOK fOR A (RACK TEAM
ONLY TWO MATCHES PLAYED
Three Courts Susy All the Time
Courts In. Excellent Condition-
Good Freshman Material. . ,4 -
Willi the first round at Ihti toimlti
tournament of the tThlvorsity of Nc
ibraska almost played off, tho rhoro
experienced players nro nblo, to n cer
tain extent, deal out tho "dopo'' on
tho winners. With tho oxilrntian of
tho second round, which" In all proba
bility will take place by this evening,
tho exact men who will compoiso the
University tennis squad will bo
The Bquad of bight men, which nro
to be determined by tho present tour
namont, will be the plnyorB from
whom tho 'varsity team will bo picked
next spring. This will ellmlnato tho
necessity of having a tournament
noxt sprlhgr but ddoB notT howdvbr,
place, tho squad in a poeltlbn of im
munity from all futnro attacks. After
tho riblbcilorf of tho team, It itt 1111"
derstood that every challenge must
bo accepted by thtf sqiind menibors.
ThlB Is oniya moans to' nn ond of
hhvihg NbbfaBka wbil roriresoritod In
tho Kansas tournament; also In the
Minnesota and WlsconBlh tournn'
mentSf If such are playod. If the men
who nr"e at present "doped" to be vic
torious clo.wln.thore will be very llttio
possibility of a- challenge. Thtt con
ditional phase of-tbo squad member
ship, theroforo, was Insortod merely
so that it might b.o applied to- Scud
der, Smlthr or any other man of 'var
sity material who might happen o
comb to tho University. ; .j 1
" Weaverltnii Works Out, -
R Weavorllng, manager of the ten
nis cliib and the' only member of last
year's 'varsity,. team who roturhed to
tho University, "worked 6rit" yester-,
day for the first time during tho pres
ent tournament. Ho played u godd
game, and, so' far as' court gOBsip Is
concerned, will recontlnuo his work
on the 'varsity1 team, in tho 1911
Tho 'dopo" on he dthef favorites
Iff not concentrated e'n'o'ugh' to warrant!
giving tho honors, to any tyvo players,
dud to the fact that most of tho con
teBXants nro. freshmen In tho Unlver)
sity. Pierce 1b s'h6l?lng up remarks
ably wbllV and 'is, slated for a hrd
match with- Gjoodbody,,, another mtin
yvaa ib- snowing gooa lorm. i no win
ner of tlils matcH1 will mbet Weaver
ling In thd, round bef6ro; tho B'emlr
finals, that is, adbumlng that Veaver-ling-
is successful lii bis initial" r6Undr
Goblb won bis match easily ,r npd Is
backed by many Sourt vlsItor.il as" a
likely candidate for the tiquad.' Oster
iaut, secretary and treasurer of thq
tennis association, 1s in great fdrm.
swinging his Lawfords with a telling
fprcq, which makes him a formldablo
playor" in the third liectioji of the
slate. Andrews defeated Istrykor
kj)Cfitty match at tho beginning of
tho jfounament, and showed a few
strokes that bid fair to play havoc
with a few of the other squad seek-
'Only Two Matches.
For several reasons the tournament
slowed up yesterday, there being qnfy'
two matches played off. ' i. Hargf ave!
beat 'Farriam, 6-3, '6-1, in a match
wnicn ine winner naa an uis own
way, and Kokjer biat Tompspn in
the second roupd" of the tburhament,
$-i, 0.. '11 theflrst f outfa matohes
must be plaVed by Saturday nlgh&
The Nfthraaki rAtirta are' Ik a bet-
ier cdniitldn-no than they ever, hie1
been in thehistbty of the Jhatltlori:
LastyiUi' ;jt9 tSe;flr -tim'e ;ti.at n
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Gloves Are Pretty Prtii.fe.
' but you,ll iihd' otifs woiiK
Wo' U 'the latest thing v V j
a big Btddk to select fr6m. ' 'A44r
PopulafWiffifli flJiish effeciir
Reindoer,arid Arabian Mocha ,
in all shades $1',50 to $2.00. ' ' "
Don'tforgotyduraiiklea, i ?; t3
We've tlio boat flilk-l'ioieiW: J'ti;'
Double spun silk HBJe-ldbJci'
nearly as good half thoprieV; H'
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MAOE&& DEEMER. X$M
IIo9 O Street
$2.50 Shoe Store
and the Original Elect
ric Shoe Repair Factory
142lNo 12th St.
UNIVERSITY JEWELEK & OPTJCMH
C. A- Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 p STREET, YELLOW FITftMT
MR, GEORGE SIDNEY
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