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THE DAILY NEBRAS'KAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Edjtoj 8am R. Buck
Managing Editor A. H. Dlnamoro
Associate Editor F. C. McConnoll
Aaioclato Editor E. O. Oravca
Manager V. C. Hmoall
Assistant Manager C. C. Buchanan
Circulation Manager J. V. Morrison
Editorial and Business Office:
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under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1911.
Wlion tho roforoo of today'.B gamo
soundB his whlfltlo for tho first kick
off, tho CornhUBkor football team will
begin anothor Boason.
llohlnd It Ho glorious records of
Tho following mombors woro soloct
od to fill tho civil o cos of tho so
ciety: President, P. P. Bliss, Co. B.
Vlco-ProBldont, L. J. Broon, Co. N.
Secretary, L. T. Gramllch, Co. I.
Troaauror, R. M. Hlgglns, Co. I.
A good lunch, priced right, served
quick Miller & Palno Tsa Room.
HAN8EN FOR PRE8IDENT.
Anothor candldato for Freshman
prosldont has appoarod in tho person
of Elmer Hanson of Lincoln. Ho is
roglstorod In tho Pharmacy Collogo,
and 1b pledged to tho PhJ Gamma
It now appears that Flnloy and
Hanson aro to bo tho only candidates
for tho position. Flnloy, who an
nounced his candidacy yoBtorday, has
alroady started his campaign, and will
work mainly for tho "barb" voto. It
Is undorstood that ho will havo tho
solid backing of tho Omaha mon,
whllo Hansen will bo pushod by tho
All students should visit tho "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S. L. Chaplin, Prop.
NO 8ICKNE83 AT NEBRASKA.
Sickness among tho studonts is un
usually scarco this year according to
Chancollor Avery. No casos of Borl
ous naturo havo been roported sinco
tho beginning of tho school year, ox
copt that of David Moekor. Although
tho city of Lincoln has boon having
an opldomlc of typhoid fovor, nothing
has boon heard of as to any of tho
S ATI N BUTTON
That New Hobble Toe
$5.00 Values $2.95
BUDD 1415 O STREET
former years; wooks and moriths of
hard conBclontloiiB training and a fow
dayB of actual practice.
Boforo it Hob tho hardest schedule
of Nebraska's caroor, and consequent
ly, an opportunity to placo tho name
of Nobraska on such a plnnaclo aB
has novor heretofore boon attained.
In tho gamo today, thoroforo, moro
playors will participate than appear
on tho fiold. Upon tho struggle aro
fixed tho eyes of thousands.
From tho camps of our opponents
will como visitors to watch tho dobut
of a respoctod, possibly foarod, rival.
In ovory city, town and vlllago
called "homo" by any CornhuBkor
alummiB, oyoa and hearts aro fixed
on tho Bhowlng mado in this oponlng
On tho stands other hundreds will
watch with oaglo oyos, ovory play and
mlsplay, hoping and droaming of tho
gamos to como.
A splondld coach and a team with
Bpldhdid possibilities aro onterlng up
on a splondld schedule.
May tho rosult ho as glorious as tho
prospects, hut whatever tho outcomo
of gamo or season, may ovory Corn
huskor football player reallzo that ho
carrlos with him always, tho hope,
tho faith and tho charity of ovory
Btudonts being down with this dis
caso. This is creditod to tho caro taken
in warning all tho attondants at tho
Unlvorslty of tho dangor In drinking
water of doubtful origin.
Students' special pictures at 75c
and $1.75 per dozen, aro tho classy
dope. Blazck's Studio, 130G O.
CATHOLIC CLUB ENTERTAINS.
Tho recoptlon given by tho Catholic
StudontB club last night In tho Tom
plo building, was attondod by a largo
numbor of now Btudonts.
Speeches woro mado by Congress
man Maguiro, Father Bradley and
Bishop Tlhon, aftor which gamos woro
indulged in for tho entertainment of
EloctrloShoo Repairing whllo you wait
II07 O Strt
The Home of Sweets
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
1345 O Street
A Good Job of Cleaning
and Pressing. ...
235 North BUunth Street
AUTO 1700 -:- -:- BELL F-1609
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Ilth St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares any thing at all about his personal appearance
knows that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish the sort of
clothes that will give him that look of distinction that a well-grom-ed
and well dressed man shows. At 129 So. 11th Street the firm of
Flodeen & Brethouwer maintains a large show window that is al
ways filled with a line of goods that are equal to the display of any
tailoring establishment to be found in the west. The prices quoted
on these goods attract attention, and the workmanship and fit is all
that could be desired. Here you can buy tailor-made good at hand-me-down
Attention to the Opening of
Bert Sturm's New 8-Chair Barber Shop
Most Modorn, Sanitary Shop and tho Finest Fixtures Wosl of Chicago
Manicuring-Cigars. Uni Studonts Welcome. 110 South 18th St.
WATCH ROR THE
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N Street
At tho annual election of tho Per
shing Rifles held Thursday ovonlng
tho following mon woro elected as o
cors for tho year of 1911-1912:
Captain, Richard L. Guthrlo, Co. B.
First Lieutenant, C. K. Palno, Co. I.
Second Lleutonant, J. B. Spauldlng,
. Co. N.
First Sorgoant, L. T, Gramllch, Co. I.
Second Sergeant, P, P. Bliss, Co. B.
Debating at Illinois.
At Illinois six competitors havo ap
peared to try out for tho intorcollogl
ato dohato. Tho question is "Should
tho United Statos adopt a policy of
shipping subsidies." This question Is
tho one. to bo debated on when Ne
braska and Illinois moot.
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest
1322 N St. Auto 1292 Bell 147
CLEANERS and DYERS V;"
Phi Alpha Tau Meets.
Phi Alpha Tau will hold a mooting
and banquet at tho Lincoln hotel at
6:00 P. m. Tuesday evening.
All members and Lincoln alumni
aro especially invited.
R. O. Wardo, barber, Woods, 1206 O. tf
Begin Bible Study.
Tho Y. W. C. A. will begin its Bible
study classes noxt wook. Any. infor
mation concerning them may ho got
ten from Miss Drake, tho general secretary.
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