The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 29, 1911, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
NEBRA8KA HAS A NEW GRAND
STAND AND GREEN SOD FIELD
(Continued from Pnge 1)
much higher, and more conveniently
arranged. This will be held ns a re
served seat Boction.
Two hundred Boats in this stand
aro to be divided off from the remain
der and held in reserve especially for
co-eds who come uneBcorted to the
games. Efforts aro being made to in
terest the co-eds in some such decora
tive schemes as have been pulled off
at former games, and Trom the pros
pects it would seem that the girls will
play no minor part in Cornhusker root
ing this year.
Special Arrangements for Co-Eds.
Manager Eager has consented to
sell reserved .seats Tn this section at
the same price as the general admis
sion season students' tickets, $3.00.
To the east and west of the new
contral grandstands, the old standB
will be added, making a solid bank of
stands along the entire north side of
the field. On the south, the huge
bleachers, in use for the past two yearB
will bo utilized and before the Michi
gan game, others will be added to the
eastward, increasing the seating ca
pacity of the field stands to nearly
soven thousand.
No More Broken Bones.
During the summer the gridiron
proper was covered with a thick set
of live turf, which has taken hold' ex
cellently and presents an Ideal play
ing surface for football. Sod fields
are rather the rule than the exception
ASEDOl
FOR SALE Promo film pocket cam
era, 3V4 by 44; ?5. Logan, secre
tary's ofllco. 1-3
FOUND On campus-, a bunch of keys.
Owner call at "Rag" ofllco. 1-3
FOUND A kid glovo. Owner identi
fy at "Rag" ofllco. 1-3
LOST Between 12th and R and cam
pus, q ring. Leave at "Rag ofllco. 1-3
FOR SALE Cadet uniforms, cheap.
Seo John Uhl. 1-3
LOST Waterman Fountain pen on
the campus. Finder return to Rag
office. 2-3
FOR SALE Dross Suit, good as now."
Call 1322 S. Auto 1689. 4-1
LOST A Kappa Alpha Thota pin.
Please return to 423 No. 13th. Own
er's name on back. 4-3
FOR SALE Outfit for Zoology I and
Parker & Haswell's Text Book.
Burtls, 1528 P. 4-1
which prospects for the year will be
discussed.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoe Repairing, while you wait.
Hagenslck's Orchestra. Auto 2990.
4-lot
Ted Marrlncr, cleaner and pressor, Is
still at 235 No. 11th, Auto 1799. tf
"T0 NOT NEGLECT NATURE'S WARNING for you cannot fool her.
See our expert optician at once.
If you are in need of glasses he will tell ynu sot if not, he will be equally
frank about It. Our charges are very reasonable.
Established 1871
1143 0 Street
HALLETT
REGISTERED
OPTOMETRIES!
among colleges of NebraBka'8 class,
as they have been .proven to give the
best footing, present the best start
for drop kicks, and also they reduce
-gr.ea.tJy.iho number of minor injuries,
such as cuts, scratches and "bruise's"
that come so thickly to a team that
must play among cinders and stones
on a scraped or plowed field. The
squad has been kept off the field thus
far, for the most part, In order to give
the sod time to take root and set
firmly, hut If It proves satisfactory in
the game Saturday, the Farm field will
probably be abandoned except for
secret work later.
BAKERS' CAFE. "Tho best In
west"
REA80NS WHY: Best meats, best
coffee, moderate prices. Best orches
tra every ovenlng.
Students' special pictures at 75c
and $1.75 per dozen, aro the classy
dope. Blazck's Studio, 1306 O.
Phi Alpha Tau Meeting.
Phi Alpha Tau will hold tho first
meeting of the year at tho Lincoln
hotel next Tuesday night at G o'clock.
A short program will be given, after
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
No. 11th.
Temple Robinson of Waterloo and
Ai.N... Cartensen are visiting at the
Beta house.
Walt
THE MUSIC MAN
Stand for the Best In SHEET MUSIC
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
JEWELER
S. S. Shean
OPTICIAN
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronage Solicited
All Lab. Supplies;
Lowest Prices at
The Co-Op
318 North 11th Street
run mA "'-ffSffflfrft 7
AT THE THEATRES
There are umbrellas to
protect us from the rain -in
fact there is a supply for ev
ery need.
We supply the need for
good clothes.
Not only the general need
for good clothes, but also the
specific need for " good
clothes cheap."
Our $5 suits fill the last
requirements exactly.
If you feel the need you
will do well to see them.
MAGEE & DEEA1ER
1109 O Street
HAVE
EVANS
Do Your Laundry
Oliver Theatre
Twlco Dally 2:30 and 8:15
TODAY and 8ATURDAY
Tho Masterpiece of Moving Pictures
DANTE'S INFERNO
Mat. 35c to 15c Nights 50c to 15o
Coming, Thursday, October 5
"MADAME SHERRY"
LINCOLN MAT,N&TO,srtfffly)',ao
ORPHEUM
Xffio0.3&H ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
THELORCH FAMILY
GORDON ELDRID & CO.
ABBOTT & WHITE
MAYBELLE FONDA TROUPE
PAT8Y DOYLE
WOOD BR0THER8
WIL80N & WIL80N
BAAGAIN MATINEE8 15c & 25c
NIGHTS 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
printing),
UKCOln-HtM.
WHAT DO YOU NEED
TODAY
In our lino of PamjiblutH.
PrournmH. Mnnus. Woddlnj:
Htntlonory nnd nil kinds "f
f'oininttrctul find Htatlonory
Printing
Van Tine Printing Company
128 K. 14th SI.
Kollnblo. Prompt Auto 3477
Mme Lillian
NORDICA
UTRON WHITKEY,
Basso.
E. ROUAYHE SIMIKONS
Pianist.
OLIVER THEATRE
October 2d
SEATS NOW ON SALE
Our Fall Suit Display
is certainly a feast for the
young man who wishes
style and durability at a
moderate cost.
If you want good, reliable clothes
at as low a price as good clothes
can be sold, come to this store.
We'll give you true values and an
iron clad guarantee with every gar
ment we sell.
Suits $12.85 to $25
SPEIER & SIMON
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
Cor. 10th and O Sts. Lincoln, Nb.
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