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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1910)
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OCTOBER 28, 1910.
j Slftcejt has trtrned colder, Is thoro
ariy.meedjror feeling cool? Not In tho
leagtespeclally In boiiio of tho well
heated (?) class rooms.
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are bo common,
arhapspgomaone will want to organ
TzearSicaTlKE club, glnco cold wentbor
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7Th.Vpa,i!y Cardinal, the student publication;-jot
tho University of Wlacon
sln, Vgg'-gjgV hat the students cannot
.iTlngVIt.'wbuld be hdvlsable for them
wtotraVei olit to the Cornhuskor Instl-tutiotf-Hb'
"take a few lessons.,- Tpbo
.Blngfng'-t.iho football game last Snt
ur5ay.by the girls could not bo better.
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FROMp'UT THE EA8T.
' Tho. reflnembnt, the elegance and
culture of Thjo.' slogan adopted this
year by;, tth -University of Illinois,
'Hang It On Chicago," transcends all
artlstlo imagination and vainly do wo
seek for po'Htb words and civil with
wnicn -to -give vent io our uum.nu.on
for this show of ncademlc cultivation
Well may we rougli westerners fall to
appreciate the delightful sentiment of
the phrase, 'expressing ns It does' the
high civilization of the recently-bo-come-effeto
Illinois. When the light of
learning reacheB ul, wo, too, dan
dodge the provincialism of clean Eng
lish and begin to "fiwnt" our opponents
and perhaps "hang It on 'om.lV-rDally
ANOTHER SMALLPOX CASE.
C. L. Korstian .Has Been Taken to'j
Hotel dePeste. ' i
Smallpox has again Btrlciton a uhl-J
-verBlty student. Th'e victim this time'
-Ms-C. L. Korstian, whOBe room Ib at.
1433 J street. The':caso was first dis
covered Tuesday by ,(Health: Inspector
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Society Bfaiid Clothes
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Jfott have worn SOCIETY BRAND Cle4
i$l tfye other fellom &i&. -yoa'fhwkty them:
tye are exclusive agents f oi Lincoln,
FOOTBALL ;., SATURDAY G- fQ Cl C
"Dpdrie vs. ' ' NeMasM- w iM
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ATHLtiTlC FIELQ 3 P. Af. Jmfi
Rohde, who reported It to tho univer
The patient has been removed to
the historical Hotel do PeBto, whero
he may commune with his university
classmate who was roccntly. confined
to this Institution. The patient has
a vory light form of the dlBpase, sim
ilar to the attack which Cummlngs re
ceived. This 1b tho second enso re
ported In tho unlverslty within three
Inspector Rohde announced that he
thought Air. Korstian had taken
emallpox from his father, who Just re
covered from the disease, and who
lives at Crete, Meb. If. so, there Is
not Imminent danger of Its spreading
further from this source.
Tho ofllclnls of the-Bchool, however, J
tiro taking evory precaution to see
that tho enso has no possible way or
,Bprendlng. The house where .Mr.
Korstian lived- has been thoroughly
disinfected, and all the Inmates vac
cinated. The very thought that Ne
braska may havo another siege bucIi
as that which passed through tho
school laBt year is enough to warrant
the most stringent precautions.
BET ON THE OLYMPICS.
Freshle and 8oph Make Unusual
Wager on Class 8crap.
Interest la the coming Olympic con
test Is running at high tide. Ye val
iant warriors havo oven lowered thorn
'selves to tho point where they arc
willing to put up the cash and tho
Dozen New Styles
week. Tho colors
shoestring as a wager with the nien
tui mu uinjuotub .dd. .u.-
aro certain of victory. Horo Is one In
stance In which great Interest Is evi
dent. Two mon, both hnillng from the
same towh; yesterdax entered Into a
solemn aweement In the form or a
bet. Thenwo mon, who are rooming
together, have made this bet on tho
result of the contest. Will thoy Btlck
to their agreement -when it comes to
dojlverlng the goods?
If tho Bophomore class wins, the
"freshle" Will be obliged to shine the
sophomore's phoea four times, and if
41. nljnin ...! 41i onulinmnrn will
hnvo to BtQOp to BhlnG tho shoeB of
his "freshle" roommate three times.
Tho sophomore held that Tie aliould
-havo the' odda by virtue of IiIb being
the "upper classriinn," as ho put It.
Tho sophomore- wanted to include
other small duties in, the wager, such
as carrying the other's books to school.
Bharponlng of pencils, Bhnvlng, and
othor menial tasks. The freshman,
however, Jokingly remarked, "I al
ready hnvo several things to attend to
during the next two weeks." The
sophomore says, "Someon Is going to
got hlB Bhlncs free, no matter which
way. the fight comes out." Tho great
question to the freshman is: "If the
froBhlep win, will that sophomore do
All University organizations are re
quested to send In announcements
which they desire to have published.
Tho Pershing Rifles Will meet
Thursday evening In tho armory nt
Tho Hawkoye club will meet Satur
Tho Poru club will meet Saturday
evening nt 234 South 18th street.
The University Cosmopolitan club
will meet In U109 Friday evening at
Tho tvoelcly university women's tea
will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock
in tho girls' rest room 'in Memoriril
Football game. Doane va. Nebras
ka. Athletic field. Saturday, October
29, at 3 p.m.
Freshman class rally in Memorial
hall, Friday, from 12:30 to p. in. ' -
Freshman meeting Saturday morn
ing at 8:15 at Memorial hall to march
to athletic eld en masse.
Junior and senior 'Olympic commit
tees will moot in U10G Friday after
noon at 5 o'clock. -
Meeting of freshmen In Memorial
hall Friday at 12 .in. to lay plans for
. Annual senior breakfast will bo held
Saturday, November 5.
Tho senior pin committee will meet
in U112 Friday at $ n, m. The mem
bers of thlB committee aro Ivdn Mc
Killlp, Harry Ball, W-. O. Forman,
Florence Tinkhanj, P. J. "Halldorsen
and It. S. Gilmore. H. E, DIXON,
fit; A f
$2 50 BUDD
yfallVV 1415 O ST.
sirable styles and leathers in fall and winter
shoes. All this seasons goods in gunmetal
calf, patent colt, glazed kid, etc., in popular
and up-to-date effects.
This is a very unusual opportunity to buy good shoes at a
very low price and it will pay you to
come in before the sizes aee broken.
$3.50 and $4.00 shoes on
a ijm 'sr ,3B f p sf M r M 'y
DONT AaiSS IT"
Lincoln Ad Club Carnival
AUDITORIUM OCT. 27,28 and 29
Fine programme. Change of programme everv night.
Dancing from 10 to 11:30 p. m.
(PUN FOR EVERYBODY
Friday night Omaha Ad Club night, 350 Omaha
gents and ladies to' be present.
Come and Enjoy Yourself, Admission 25 Cents
Work Called For and Delivered Students Work a Specialty
Open Saturday Night All Night .WOLFE & YOUNG
1 Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.25 ' Pressed 50c
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON B0NS
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The tilvjjrsity of Nebtatka urges all j-oung people who can, to
take a -four-year higli school course and prepare to enter, college..
Some,' however, cannot qpeml the time required by tho .higluschool"
and college courpea. For the benefit of these, the University estab
lished, a number of years ago the N
SCHOOL OP AGRICULTURE
School of Agriculture
which admits those who have completed
The Country Schools
Courses given In Practical Agriculture, including Agronomy, Agri
cultural Botany and Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Domes,
tic Science, Farm Machinery, .Farm Management, Farm Veterinary
Practice, Horticulture and the general branches, v
Registration at the University Farm -starting October 31, 1910.
NEW TERM STARTS, , .
NOVEMBER 1, 1910
For .Information .address A.
Ycraity' Farmj Lincoln, Nebraska,
500 pairs of
This offer includes de
ooa snoes at a
sale at pair
E? Davlason, Principal, The. Ujal'
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