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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASK VIN
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THE STUDENT PUBLICATION DOARD
OfllccH, Ilnsomcnt tho Administration Building.
I'OHtofllco Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Ncbrnskn.
Dny Auto 1888.
NlKht Auto HUG. Ed. 1035. Hub. Mri 420(1
-A.-H. Dlnnmore, MnnnlnK Editor
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Entered at tho Postolllce, Lincoln, Nebr., as second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 191 1
Tho time ImB now arrived for tho
annual oxhortatlon to tho "Scrubs."
If Is not strango that this 1b neces
Bary. Tho "Scrub" 1b tho moBt abused per
son In tho collogo .world. Evory night
In tho football Beason ho 1b expected
to put on a soggy uniform which Is
never glvon a chanco to' dry, and go
out on tho field to tako tho BtlngB and
arrows of outrageous scrimmage.
Ho nniHt protond that ho Is Minne
sota, Michigan, KansaB or Missouri,
as the caso may bo, and tho Varsity
GIRLS' SQUAD INCREASES
UNIVERSITY CO-EDS FILL THEIR
SECTION AT VARSITY
Tho turnout for tho GlrlB Squad
passed all expectations at Saturday's
gamo. Tho resorved section was
marked by a large banner, and gaily
decorated in University colors.
While tho girls are keeping thoir
best "stunts" in reserve for tho big
games, there was a lino show of en
thusiasm, and a quick response which
showed that V. of N. co-eds appreciate
THE HATTER OF LINCOLN
The only merchant in Lincoln, that made it possible for
you to get a Hat at $2.50 to $4.00 Velour's. All colors,
Stetson blocks, imported derbies. 'Twas I, BUDD,
out of the high rent district.
WHY FAY WORE
procoedB to romp ovor him much as
it would onjoy romping ovor tho afore
Tho Varsity gets trips, and sweat
ers, and dry uniforms, and honor lot
tors. Tho "Scrub" gets bruised and
abused, and a jersey, not to speak of
tho scorn of tho gym rubbers, who
pasB him coldly by to get thoir mlrils
torlng Angora on tho Varsity " sore
Bpots. His cuts 'and bruises are as
tho chaff in tho wind.
Small wonder therefore, that after
three or four wooks of UiIb, the Scrub
becomes discouraged. Small wonder
that night after night fewer and fewer
of him appear on the field.
But tho Scrub should not forget that
without him tho Varsity Is nothing.
Tho boys upon whoBo shoulders rests
tho championship to bo hold or lost,
must havo his stolid and ardent oppo
sition to got in Bhapo for tho actual
Also tho lowly Scrub In nine cases
out of ton, though ho knows It not, is
carving out for himself a placo on the
Varsity In a year to como.
Of tho men who played on tho
Scrubs in tho fall of 1907, ten havo
since mado thoir letters, and now
wear tho "N". Owen Prank, Pard
Walcott, Jack Templo, Stutz Sturzen
egor, Mago Magor, Jolly Elliott, Stub
Hascall, Sid Frum, Toit Bentloy and
Buck Boltzor, all woro second string
mon at the start of that year.
Thing It ovor, "Scrub," and stick
by it. IT'S THE ONLY WAY TO
a good gamo, and that thoy stand
back of tho team.
Miss Ensign and other faculty wo
men lent thoir presence Saturday af
ternoon. Thoy expressed thoir pleas
ure over tho swelling rankB of tho
squad and ovor tho spirit displayed
by tho girls.
Make your dates early with Hagen
sick's Orchestra. Auto 2990. tl
BAKER'S CAFE, "tho bost In the
-west," Reasons why. Bost meats,
best coffee, modorato prices, Best
orchestra every evening.
On Wednesday night In M. E. 206,
at 7:30 p. m., Mr. C. H. Gorbor of tho
Nebraska State Railway Commission,
will addresB the students of tho Engi
neering College. His subject will bo,
"Tho Physical Valuation of Railroads."
Every engineer should attend whether
ho is a member of the Engineering so
ciety or not.
Tho Collogo Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Tho Hyde Prlntory, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
Electric Shoo Repairing while you wait
II07 O Straet
$dfl(t(T (ft tf (T fl (T (T (T
p $ t $ tp tj) tj) tp t) tj) tj)
$ $ Save Dollars $ $
This Ad. is A .00
j Good For
n part payment on any suit of clothes or overcoat
ordered this week. One credit only to a customer.
Now boys, here a chance to make your own com
mission and a generous one at that.
We have been building suits for Uni Boys fifteen
years and we know how. Teachers can take ad
vantage of this also.
Bring your advs. in now.
L U DWIG'S
10 2 8 O Street
$d? fl? (I? C? fl? C dd(T(T(r
p p p p tp $ p p tp p tp
Try n lunch at the Y. M. C. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
Cily Y. M. C. A. 13lh and P.
Do Your Laundry
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The Best is Always the Cheapest
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Best Barber Shop in the West
CIGARS In Daiement O Street Entrance MANICURING
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The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
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