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THE DAILY NEBRAIKAN
-ON THE CAMPUS
', Capital Hotel Barber Shop, 11 & P.
The Delta Upsllon fraternity will
hold a house party Wednesday night
ati their fraternity house.
Don Cameron's Cafo, 119 So. 12th.
St. Angncs Guild of, Holy Trinity
church will hold a dancing party at
the Temple Thursday evening,
IChapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
t. Miss Kate Field, 1911 Itappa Alpha
Theta, entertained for Miss Edith Wil
son, 1910, who 1b to bo married De
Have your clotheB pressed at Web-
ci o emiiutiuui, jiuvuiuu mm vj, u
r Gerald Stewart, 1912, Is back from
his trip to Minneapolis, where ho went
atfa delegate to the, Catholic students-
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'i Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
The Palladiah Lltorary Bociety will
hold open house Wednesday afternoon
from 3:30 to 8:30 in thoir room, in the
4Te'mpIc building. for all teachers and
The Komonsky club wore enter
tained at the homo of , Rev. Woatlierby
Friday evening. Several musical num
bers were rendered and the evening
was enpoyably spent.
her home. The chorus prcsentedMra.
Raymond with a three-piece sot pi
library equipment as an appreciation
of her work.
The Agricultural club held Its an-;
nual initiation Friday evening In the
judging pavilion at the farm. Four
teen new members were taken in. Af
ter the initiation refreshments wore
served. The live stock judging team,
which is going to take part in the In
ternational contest at Chicago next
week, being made up of men belong
ing to the club, was given a rousing
The interclass' athletio ..board will
meet today in the gymnasium at 11
o'clock. Important business Is to bo
. B. M. CHBRRINGTON,
ly 111 while running the race. ;Hp
stumbled arid tried to keep on; But1
tho attack which came so suddenly
could not be overcome and ho was
unable to finish hfter trying to it
number of times.
The total registration at Wlsconfcin
is oxpected to reach 5,500 this year.
High school pledging for fraterni
ties has been prohibited at Seattle.
AN AGREEABLE SURPRISE.
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Prof. Motzer Entertains the Komensky
Tho Komenaky club was entertained
Friday" night at tho, homo of A. L.
Weathorley. A surprlso-was prepared
by Prof. August Molzor, who brought
four of his pupils and furnished the
musical part of the program. The
Romance , Ambrosio
Poomc. .......'..'. Drdla
Canzonetta. . Friml
Miss Jessie Clark, accompanist.
Advertisements for this column
should be left at the business office,
basement Administration building, be
tween 1 1a. m. and 12 m.r or between
2 d. m. and 5 d. 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 cents; five Insertions 40 cents.
For Sale Duo bill on leading pho-
tographor In Lincoln. See Nebraskan
Tho entirely redecorated hall In the
now Wilkinson, block, Sixteenth and
O, is now rented only for college and
other 'select dancing parties. For
dates Bee Rees Wilkinson, 122 North
Eleventh. Auto .1217. tt
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Hal Bwk VBL
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We can fit anv head.
rect. Pnce right. 1325 o STREET
?G rents any make of typowrltor
with stand for three months. Rent
npplied it machine Is purchased. Lin
coln Typewriter Exchange, 122 No.
11th. Richards block. You pass our
store every day. tf
Student representative of tho Ladles'
Homo Journal and Saturday Evening
Post. Ethel Graham, 424 W. 24th,
Unl. Placo, Nebr. Bell phone A9419.
Examine It Closely
Kensington Olothes will'
boar pvory test. " ;;r
They're not ready-made,
They're really custom-made;,
clothes roady-to-woar. . ? .;'
All the expert tailoring and '
distinctive style of the mer
chant tailor is in every gar-A
$20.00 to $40.00.
Thanksgiving means- now
1Y1AGEE & DEEMER
HOP O Streot
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa,
. 13th and P stroota.
. George Bros., 218 South "Thirteenth
'street, Printers. Calling Cards, In
vites and Programs.
-' Fred Hof Mann, 1910, will speak on
"Pomology In Southeast Nebraska,"
Tuesday evening at 7:30, at horticul
tural hall before tho Horticultural
Semintir. Everybody Is Invited.
' Hiltner Bros., FloristB, 118 So. 12tR.
,St. Phones Auto 1804, Bell 330. Choice
roses, carnations and clTrysanthomumB.
'We Boliclt the unlvorsjty trade.
-.Four students of Williams college
had an exciting ride In a balloon last
week. Before tho balloon alighted all
four students had been thrown out.
One of them-was seriously Injured.
Miss Josephlno Sanford, 1908, Delta
Gammn, who has been Btudylng the
lbnpiages and music .In France and
Germany for tho past year, la oxpect-
' eel home-in January.
Mr. J. L. Der Kindoroh, secretary of
the unlvorsity Y. M, C. A addressed
' two men's mass meetings at Mi,lford,
Neb.-, Sunday. These "niootingtf were
xJield under tho auspIcoB of tho tinlvor
sity Y. M. C. A. extension worif.
" I Mrs. Carrie B. Raymond entertained
nfinnt slxtv-flve members of the unl-
v Vorslty chorus Saturday evening at ness of Bates, who was taken sudden-
Nebraska's Cross-Country Team. Falls
to Cover Course In Time.
With tho Nebraska cross-country
team, four time winners,' 'unplaced be
cause of failure tp cover tho course in
time, Wisconsin's" live men 'made "tho
best total and Won the annual cross
country meet of Tho western univer
sities Saturday morning. Dohmen, ot
Wisconsin, who finished first,, sot. a
record of 2G minutes, 21 seconds,
which broke" the record for the meot
mado. by Llghtbody of Michigan some
years ago just 26 seconds. The team
Team. Position. Points.
Wisconsin ;.. 1 33
.Minnesota 2 ., 88
Ames 3, 90
Northwestern 4 . ', 99
Purdue 5 ...-.108
Indiana G ...., 157
North Dakota 7 . .-. 1C8
Chicago 8 184
Iowa 0 191
The finish of the race was exciting
for 'such a long course and many of
tho points were closely contested.
Dohmen, however, led the entire
of a mile.
Captain Rovera of Wisconsin was
second. Thorsen, Northwestern, ran a
pretty race, finishing third.
Nebraska was dlsqualllled by the 111
Learn WIreleBB and R. R. Telegra
pliy. Shortage of fully 10,000 operat
ors on account of 7-hour law and ox?
tensive "wlrolcss" doyolopments. Wo
operate under direct supervision of
telegraph officials and positively place
nil students, when qualified. Write
for catalogu. Nat'l Telegraph Inst.,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia, MemphlB,
Davenport, la., Columbia, S, C, Port
land,' Ore. - - - - tf
Wed. Mat. and Night, Nov. 23
"Just Out of College"
Wat., 50c and 25c Night, 25c to, $1.00
Thanksgiving Mat, and Night
IN "THE GENIUS"
Friday Night, Nov. 25
UNIVERSITY JEWELER k OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET, YELLOW FROMT
Vovr Patronage Solicited
High Top Shoes for Girls
A new lot of extra high cuff tops button
Gun Metal short rump Yours as ever for
IF IT'S DPIMTIMP.YOU WANT!
Beo Ua Boforo Ordering Elsowhero
merits, Stationery, booKlets
I IMPfll U MATINEGS (Oxcepl Monday) 3:30
LlnUULN EYDNINOS AT b!30
iUMil ADVANCED VADDVILLE
Week Starting Monday, Nov. 21st.
Linton & Lawrence
The Krags Trio
Dave & Persia Martin
Williams & Warner
Dinner JJ:30to J:30 OR a
128-180 No l4th,St.
Mst Waflis with Maali Syrup I0i
BUILDS THEM 1028 "O
IT'S A'MOftiEY SAVERf
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I040 O ST. BOTH PHONES
J220 O Street.
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