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THE DAILY NBBEASKAN
THE DAILY INEBRASKAjN
Owned and publlflhod by tho University of Nobrnoka through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Offices, Danomont tho Administration Building.
PoBtomco Btntlon A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Sam R. Buck, Editor
A. II.DInnmorc, Managing Editor Ralph S. Doud, City Editor
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Frank rcrklns, Staff Photographer
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L. T. Skinner
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Entered at tho PostofTlco, Lincoln, Ncbr,, an Bocond class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911.
Thursday morning there Is to be a
football rally In Memorial hall.
Thursday afternoon the team leaves
for Minneapolis and the biggest game
of the season for Nebraska.
If we win that game, all things are
possible. The championship of the
west will stare us In the' face till
November 25, at least. If we lose, we
have only the Missouri Valley honors
to play for. Not that we would de
cry these honor's, but that the West
ern championship Is much more to
peru normal club banquet
for Head of alma mater.
Tho Poru club' mot Saturday night
in tho music hall of tho Tomplo build
ing with Stato Suporintondcnt J. W.
Crabtroo as guoBt of honor. Speeches
woro made by Stato Auditor Barton,
Dr. Howard, who holds tho honor of
bolng tho flrBt graduato of tho Peru
Normal, and Professor Herbert Brow
noil. A. J. Wyckland entertained tho club
with a song. Superintendent Crabtroo
Button Tan Shoes
High toes, military heels, heavy
soles, Shoes that other shoemen
sell for $5.00. For Men.
Experience has proven that enthus
iasm, and mental suggestion play a
large part In the winning of most of
life's battles In college and out. It
would seem that football games pre
sent no exception.
It Is therefore up to YOU to pro
vide your quota of suggestion at the
meeting tomorrow morning. To do
this, three things are necessary; come
to the rally; let the team know you
are back of them and for them; and
concentrate your whole mind on the
sentiment conveyed by these four
WE MUST BEAT MINNESOTA.
made a few remarks acknowledging
his gratitudo for tho hospitality of the
club. Ho oxpects to leave soon for
his now position at tho head of the
Wisconsin Stato Normal College.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., da Elec
tric Shoe Repairing while you wait.
. FRAND80N ARRIVES.
New Professor of Dairy Husbandry
Takes Up Work at the Farm.
Miss McConnelat Y. W. C. A.
Miss Margaret McConnol, who has
charge of a part of the rural district
work of tho Y. W. C. A., will tell about
hor experiences In tho work, at tho
Y. W. C. A. rooms "Wednesday ovon
ing. Tho talk will bo given following
tho meeting of tho cabinet at 7 o'clock.
Tho meeting will bo open to all Unl
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Evory man who cares anything at all about his personal appoaranco knows
that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes thai will
givo him that look of distinction that a woll-groomed and well-dressed man
shows. At 129 So. 11th Streot tho firm of Flodeen & Brothouwer maintains
a largo show window that is always filled with a lino of goodB that aro equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to be found in tho west. Tho
prices quoted on these goods nttract attention, and tho workmanship and fit
is all that could bb desired. Hero you can buy tailor-mado goods at hand-me-down
A Good Job of Cleaning
andVressing. - - -
2E3S North Bleuenth Street
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"Johnny" Loard haB moved from 127
No. 12th to Woods Barber Shop, 1206
O St. Ho desires to seo'al his old
friends at his now location. 14-5t
lt ill ili il fe. Alt Ait Sid. Alt i 1 1 1 L U it
W The Nebraskan wants report-
' jt eft who are connected with the $
$ Agricultural College, to report
Mt the State Farm news. All men
whtf rdeslre to try for the posl-
$' tfons should see the city editor
v,;'t- once. 'Office hours, eleven td
'to'twelvtf dally. ..
Professor J. H. Frandson, tho now
head of tho department of dairy hus
bandry, arrived this week and took
charge of hiB department, which has
been without an official head since tho
resignation of Professor A. L. Haeck
or a year ago. Professor Frandson is
a graduato of tho Iowa Agricultural
Collogo at Ames. For tho past four
years ho has Allied tho position of
head professor' of dairy husbandry in
tho University of Idaho, and comes to
Nebraska vory highly recommended
by tho Idaho faculty.
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