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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
IE ROSSKNAL TO SPEAK
POLITICAL ECONOMY PROFE880R
TO DI8CU88 NEW ZEALAND.
Professor Lo Rossignol, head of tho
political economy department, will
speak at convocation today on "Lifo
in Now Zealand." Dr. Le Rossignol
Spent several monthB in New -Zealand
studying economical conditions and is
a recognized authority upon tho sub
ject. Last year, he published a book
in collaboration with Mr. Stewart, a
native of tho islands, called "State
Socialism In New Zealand. The book
has attracted largo attontion.
Goorgo Bros., engraving, monogram
stationery, danco programs.
Tho Vikings, the Junior interfra
tornity, mot Friday and selected offi
cers. Clayton S. Radcliffo was elected
president and Ralph Halllgan was
Tho following now members were
selected to fill vacancies:
F. E. Long, Phi Gamma Delta.
Carl Moyor, Phi Delta Theta.
Ro8owoll Haskell, Delta Upsllon.
W. B. Haley, Delta Tau Delta.
Back from Chicago.
Prof. 0. V. P. Stout returned last
night from Chicago, where ho went as
a delegate to the National Deep Wat
erways Conference. There wore near
ly a thousand dologatos present.
COAT SWEATERS FULK
With all the new collars in FURNISHER and mm
J ersys, medium and heavyweights 1325 o street
BLAZEK'S special pictures for stu
dents, 75c and $1.75 per dozen.
1306 O St.
GIRLS MEET TODAY.
Tuesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, Mrs.
A. B. Sholdon, former Dean of Women
at Doano College, will talk in tho
Temple theater on "The College Wo
man's Opportunity." Mrs. Conant will
sing. This Is tho first of tho series of
Tuesday afternoon meetings which the
Y. W. C. A. girls have arranged for.
"Johnny" Leard has moved from 127
No. 12th to Woods Barber Shop, 1206
O' St. Ho desires to see al his old
friondB at his now location. 14-5t
B. C. Marcellus Is now aBsured of
recovery by his physicians, although
it will bo a month or more before ho
will bo able to leave tho hospital at
Moscow, Idaho, where he was operated
upon recently for appendicitis.
Beckman BroB., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoo Repairing while you wait.
Soo Los Hyde when In need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Have you bought that Memory Book ? Don't
forget you can get one for $2.00 at
Our exclusive lines wont
interest you if you're a
confirmed stand - patter,
content to let well enough
But if you're a thought
ful progressive-looking for
something better we can
held your attention,
Kensington clothes are
not in the "good enough"
class they're "better yet."
In attractive new fab
rics and colorings for fall.
$20 to $40
MAGEE & DEEMER,
1109 O Street
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
11.30 Convocation. Dr. Le Rossignol
on "Lifo in New Zealand."
11:30 Freshman election at Memorial
Senior class meeting at Temple
5:00 Y. W. C. A. program at Temple
theater. Mrs. A. E. Sheldon
on "College Girls' Opportuni
ties." 7:30 Gorman Dramatic club, elec
tion of ofllcers. U 112.
7:30 Engineer society. Mr. C. H.
Gorber on "Physical Valua
tion of Railroads."
1 1 : 00 Convocation.
11:30 Football rally.
5:00 Convocation. Illustrated lec
ture on Scandinavia, by Pro
8.00 Catholic Student club danco.
University Y. M. C. A. stag social at
Senior hop at Lincoln hotel.
Students' Debating club.
Opening lunch of University Girls'
NEAREST THE STUDENT
318 N. 11th St
Give mo your trado. R. Clark, Bti
dent agent Yulo Laundry. Auto D744,
FOUND A Hororlty pin. Seo Bus.
Mgr. at Rug ollico. , 14-3
FOUND On campus, a fountain pen
Pnll fit IJntr nillon 1 'l.f
LOST Fountain pon botwoon Memor
ial hull and O Btroet. Return to
Rag ollico. . 1C-3
LOST Alpha Phi Borority pin In 11-'
brary or campus'. Finder return to
Rag ofllco. ' JLL2
LOST A silver serpent pin. Return
to Rag ofllco. 14-3
LOST Dlack leather handbag with
long handle Contained Onoto
fountain pen, etc. Roturn to Rag
onico. , 13-3
LOST Gold Missouri Valley cham
pionship football watch fob. Roturn
to Rag ofllco. Reward.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
for girls, ut 1430 R Street. Phono
F 125G. 1G-3
FOR RENT Modern room for gentle
man. 534 No. 12th St. Auto phono
4563. . . 15-3
NICELY furnished rooms for glrlB at
1430 R St. Phono F1250. 15-1
ONE furniBhed room. WU1 also rent
pluno. Enquire at 1323 S St. 14-3
BUT EXPECT STRUGGLE
(Continued from Pago 1)
most part, been secret, but Saturday
tho gates were thrown open and tho
studonts showed tholr enthusiasm by
turning out ono thousand strong to
see the Varsity trim tho second team.
The cheer leaders wore there and It
is significant of tho approaching strug
gle that cheers wore practiced for the
If you want Hagenslck's orchestra,
mako your dates early. Phono Auto
Baker's Cafe serves cakes all day.
Also everything else in season. Serv
ice first class. 16-tf
Don't forgot Johnny Leard at 1206
O St. 14-5t
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In our lino of Pore
ProOTsniB, Monns. WoddlnR
Stationery nnd all kinds, of
Commercial and Htatlonory
Van Tine Printing Company
128 N. 14th. St.
Reliable, Prompt Auto 8477
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A.. Tucker
S. S, Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patrenagi Solicited -
AT THE THEATRES
Wed. Mat. & Night, Oct. 18.
Tho Mutlnoo curtain will bo hold
until tho parado has pasBocL
The Comedy That Has Mado
' "McFADDEN'S FLATS"
Mat. 50c & 25c. Noght $1.00 to 25c
Oct. 20-21. Matinee 8aturday
MOUNTAIN A8H MALE CHOIR
ao03,0 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Opening Monday Eve. Oct. 9
ORIGINAL FOUR L0ND0N8
"GENERAL" EDWARD LAVINE
8MITH AND MELNOTTE TWIN8
8MYTHE AND HARTMAN
BARGAIN MATINEE8 15c &. 25c
NIGHTS 16c, 25c, 35o and 50c
Dinner JJ:30 to Jt30 Cr
Supper 5:30 to 7:30 JL
Also Cafeterlan Style
Hot Wattes with Maple Syrup, JCc
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