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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1911)
THE DAILY NIBRASKAN
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Tho Observatory will bo opon
to visitors Wednesday, Oct. i,
from 8:00 to 10:00 p. m., for u
view of Brook's comot.
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Cpancollor andMrs. Bahfubl Avery
will ontortaln at their home, 2001
Washington street, next Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock, in honor of tho
new profcBBors in tho University. All
prosont and formor rogonts, members
of tho touching and administrative
staff, and thoir families are invitod.
Tho affair will bo informal with no
writton cards, this being tho only in
FOUND Small purso containing
, money and stroot car tickot. 7-3
LOST A Kappa Alpha Thota pin.
Please return to 423 No? 13th. Own
er's name on back. 43
LoBt Small amethyst pendant
charm part last Thursday noar
campuB. Leave at nag office. C-3t
Irfost Dotwcen- 17th.and II andM.
E. building on campus, ladles' gold
watch and fob. Finder call Auto 3818.
Lost A gold watch, in or noar Ne
braska Hall, last Thursday. Ploaso
return to "Rug" office and claim reward.
FOR SALE A largo oak bookcase
1207 D St. 7-3
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trado solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Cross Country Men Working.
Running from threo to four miles
.each evonlng, the cross country squad
of tho University of Nebraska Is put
ting1 in Bomo great practice before
tho iimo of the big meet, N'ovomber
25. Captain Louie Anderson hcadB
tho bunch of runnors. At tho pres
ent timo thoro are twonty-fivo men
enrolled on tho squad list.
Thoso who ran last night wore:
L. It. Andorson, A. Kennedy, J. Cut
right, Klrby Swanson, Boggs, Elvin
Smith, Davis, Charlos Hudson, Bixby.
(Continued from Pago 1)
Merle Thomas, "Good Scholar
ship." LouIbo Bar'r, "Collogo ActlvitioB."
Chancellor Avory mado the closing
spoech in which ho asked all of the
girls to learn to bo womanly univer
HngenBlck's Orchestra. Auto 2090.
R. O. Wardo, barber, Woods, 1206 O. tf
Gcorgo Bros,, printing, engraving,
monogram stationery and filing do-vices.
SAVE YOUR EYES
Eyo dofocta niny often bo done nwoy with If tnkon In tlnu.
Nefdoctmnv moau tho wotirlntf of k hhhos nil your life ltiH'oiul of only a row
monthn If you kIvo tlioin prompt attention. By buying your Klaxon
boro you socuro mido-to-ordcr lonues. Hciontlllcally llttou at tbo nnmo prico
you pay for ordinary mnua
1143 0 Stroot
Talom, Fuorr. Slator and Lewis.
It is poslblo that a Missouri Val
ley cross country run may bo
scheduled somo time in tho coming
yoar in addition to tho big western
moot at Chicago.
Next to homo cooking Miller &
Paine Tea Room.
Gophers May Meet Harvard.
Minnesota is planning a dual meet
with Harvard, to take pltfco next
spring at Harvard at Cambridge.
Tho 8amo team that will represent
tho Gophers for tho first time in tho
Pennsylvania games in April will go
to Cambridge for tho dual moot.
Try Miller & Paine's Tea Room for
Notice to Seniors.
Class mooting Thursday, 11:30
o'clock In Memorial hall. Election
of first semester president.
H. B. PEARSE, President.
Afternoon lunches and 5 o'clockitea,
at Miller & Paine's.
Welsc and Jones Here.
Walter Wolss, '10,- and "Web"
JoneB, '09, aro visiting at tho Delta
Magulre at D. U. House.
Congressman John A. Magulre was
a guest of tho Dolta Upsllon fratern
ity at luncheon Tuesday noon.
Popular with tho studentsMiller
& Paino Tea Room.
See Les Hydo when in noed of pro
grams, menus and othor printing.
A good lunch, priced right, served
quick Miller & Paine Tea Room.
Students' special pictures at 75c
and $1.75 per dozen, aro the classy
dopo. Blazck's Studio, 1306 O.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shop Repairing while you wait.
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Tho Hydo Printory, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of nil kinds.
Ocker Engraving Co.
Engraved invitation in 48
hours if necessary
Room 316 Browned Blk.
r to "'" ' M
We render you a double
First by the clothes we
carry, second by the way
we sell them.
Take our fall Kensing
tons for instance, in qual
ity, in style, in fit they
are excelled by none.
$20 to 40
And if you wish to.pay
less, we feature a line at
$15 -- every cne a gilt
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
AT THE THEATRES
THUR8DAY NIGHT, OCT. 6
Return of Last Yoar'a Dig Hit
8tronger Cast Than Ever
PRICE8 Ore. $1,50, Bal. $1 & 76o
id fa 1
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In nur lino of PntnjihlctH,
ProKrums. Monnn. Wedding
Htatlonory nnd nil klndH.of
Coxmnorc:nl and Stationery
Van Tine Printing Company
128 H. I4lh SI.
Rollnblo, Prompt AutoI)477
5S.0.aV ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Opening Monday Eve. Oct. 2
Dolan & Lenharr.
Wright & Dietrich
Raymond, Burton & Co.
BARGAIN MATINEE8 15c & 25c
NIGHT8 16c, 25c, 35c and BOo
The Home of Sweets
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
1345 O Street
GEO, SHAFFER, Prop
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBER SHOP
SIX CIIAI11S it WAVXlfcTNlf
Beat Barber Shop In the West
In Unaeiueiit O Street Entrance
Wrist & Ankle Braces
Student's Lunch 15c
RENT YOUR TYPEWBITER
" Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET
318 North 11th Street.
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