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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1911)
HI DAILY WKBEA8KAN
AVERY LEHVE8J0B PACIFIC
NEQRA8KA'8 CHANCELLOR TO BE
QUEST OF UNIVER8ITY OF
Chancollor Snmuol Avory will begin
a two wookB' spoaking tour of tho
woBt Monday, whon ho will leave for
BoIbo, Portland, Seattle, Spokano and
Donvor, to addroas assoolatlons of No
. braaka alumni. At Soattlo ho will bo
ono of tho two principal spoakers at
tho soml-contonnlal colobratlon of tho
University of Washington.
"Solonco and ProgrosB" will bo tho
BUbJoct of Chancellor Avory's address,
which will bo dollvorcd November 7
at Soattlo, and which with an addrosB
by Prosldont Jamos H. Baker of tho
UnlvorBlty of Colorado, will constl
.tuto tho actual colobratlon program of
tho annlvorsary of tho founding of
Washington Stato University.
To Visit Alumni Clubs.
Tho vlBlts and addrcBses to tho var
ious associations of Nebraska alumni
in .tho woBt will bo mado by tho Chan
cellor both going to and returning
from Soattlo. Ho will not roturn to
Lincoln until about tho mlddlo of No
vombor. An Invitation for tho Chancellor to
addroBB tho Woshlngton soction of tho
American Chemical Socloty, of which
ho Is a mombor, has boon oxtended by
Albort Jacobsjon, city chomlst of So
attlo, Who was an lustruqtor In chom
iBtry at Nebraska sovon yoars ago.
INTERCLAS FOOTBALL SOON
GRIDIRON SQUADS LINING UP
Overcoats for Young Men
There isn't a store in the state that has taken more pains to be
RIGHT on overcoats than this HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES.
Suits and overcoats $15 to $40.
COMMITTEE ON 8TUDENT ORGAN-
IZATION DRAFT TENTATIVE
Intorclass football starts soon with
Tho schodulo haB not as yot boon
arrangod, but tho Sonlors will play
tho JunlorB, and tho Freshmen will
try tholr lyck against tho Sophomores.
Tho winners In thoBO two matches will
clash In tho final gamo.
Tho SonlorB havo been out ovory
day under tho coaching and leader
ship of Sam R. Buck. They will hold
a mooting at tho Ibrary today at flvo
o'clock and will oloct a captain. Tho
upporclassmon aro determined to up
hold tho honor of tho Sonlors who
won last year.
Tho toams will bo. managed by Ran
dall Curtis, Sonlor; H. A. Black, Jun
ior; V. Beck, Sophomore, and Tiny
Gollatly, Freshman. All men who wish
to try out for tho toams aro request
ed to see thoBO mon at onco and glvo
them tholr names. Thoy aro trying
to got tho sorlos played off aB rapidly
as posslblo. Last year tho cold weath
or Interfered with tho gamoB and put
an unasked for snap In tho players.
Soo Los Hydo whon In noed of pro
grams, menus and othor printing.
At a mooting of a commltteo com
prising tho presidents of tho Y. W.
and Y. M. C. A., tho Innocents, and
tho Black Masques, tho cdltorB In
chief of tho Cornhuskor and tho No
braskan, and othor upporclassmon and
womon, tentative dates woro arrangod
for tho County Fair, University Night,
tho Cornhuskor banquet, tho Dramatic
Club play, tho events of Junior Week,
and tho Sonlor Play, which will bo
submitted for ratification to these
various organizations, and then kept
froo to them alone, by the faculty
commlttoo on social affairs, under
Miss Allco Ensign.
Arranged by Miss EriBlnn.
Tho commltteo was called together
by Miss Ensign with a view to .secur
ing tho help of tho general student
body in directing and concentrating
tho attontlon of tho students upon
such affairs as should appeal to tho
Bchool as a wholo, and which mako
for tho development of all-University
social progress. Tho permanent
dates will bo announced later.
fRAIERNIIIES AND SORORITIES
We Want Your Coal Orders. Give Us a Trial Order
1106 0 STREET
GEO, SHAFFER, Prop
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBER SHOP
BIX CIIAIHS it NO WAITING
Best Barber Shop in the West
GIGAIIS In Bnsenicnt O Street Entrance MANICURING
BLAZEK'8 special pictures for stu
dents, 76c and $1.75 per dozen.
130C O St.
Sophomores ask your fellow
classmates what's doing tonight
TJt t$ 3ft 7jv "3v 3fv ?v ?! P" ifv "jr ?C V " V
Nebraska Engineer Succeeds.
Another Nebraska onglneorlng grad
uato Is coming to tho foro. M. P. P.
Costollo, C. E., '06, will havo chargo
of tho classes In drainage and Irriga
tion and In highway engineering at
Iowa Stato College.
Catholic Students Meet,
Tho Catholic Students' club will
hold tholr first danco of the season
next Friday, November 3, in tho Mu
sic hall of tho Tomplo. Jones' Or
chestra will furbish tho music.
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares anything at all about his porsonal appearance knows
that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes tha will
glvo him that look of distinction that a well-groomed and well-dressed man
shows. At 129 So. 11th Street tho firm of Flodeon & Brothouwor maintains
a largo Bhow window that Is always filled with a lino of goods that aro equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to bo found in tho west Tho
prices quoted on these goods attract attention, and tho workmanship and fit
is an tnat couiu do desired. Hero you can buy tallor-mado goods at hand-me-down
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
Tho republican voters of tho Uni
versity will hold a smoker at tho Cap
ital hotel tonight at 7:30, 'and will bo
addressed by tho county and city can
didates of tho republican party.
Fairbury High School
Temple High vSchool
Friday, 3:30 Adm. 25c
Attention to the Opening of
Bert Sturm's New 8-Chair Barber Shop
Most Modern, Sanitary Shop and tho Finost Fixtures West of Chicago
Manicuring Cigars. Unl Students Welcome. 110 South 18th St
A Good Job of Cleaning
and Pressing. -
238 North E;isnth Street
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