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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1911)
OLYMPICS FEVER HIGH
AT THE THEATRES
X A Mi u jml ju jj
BLOODY BLOODLE38 ORGANIZED
WARFARE TO BE WAGED
Tomorrow Is tho big day for Soph
omoros, FreBhmon, and tho wholo
school. Everybody will bo on Nobras
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, thoy
will soo tho moBt oxclting contest
ovor prosontod to tho school In way
'Both sides express utmost confi
dence in their ability to slip ono ovor
tholr opponents. What tho Sopho
mores lack in numbers thoy will mako
up in organization.
Tho Froshmdn who aro onterod for
Olympics, havo mado all tryouts and
tho men entered aro the best in tho
Cross-country team: Hudson, Mc
Boxing: Lightweight Lynch; mid
dleweight Waugh ; heavyweight Ir
win. Wrostlors: Lightweight Not chos
on; middleweight Bates or Shank;
Tho SophomoreB havo givon out tho
names of their cross-country mon
Kennedy, Bog and Froray. All others
Boom to bo kept in tho dark.
It has been decidod to award , 5
points for each ovont In wroBtllng and
boxing; 10, 5, 3 for first, second and
third in tho marathon; 10 In tho tug-of-war,
and 50 points In tho froo-for-all.
This makes 108 points altogether.
Tho officials are to bo as follows:
We don't want to pry
into your affairs, but how
are you fixed for fall fur
nishings? Warmer underwear for
these snappy days and
nights how about it?
All fabrics, all colors, all
styles we have them
something new too in the
closed crotch union suit
Warm night robes and
pajamas that will put you
to sleep tasty patterns
and trimmings $.1 to
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
Glvo mo your trado. It. Clark, stu
dent agent Yule Laundry. Auto 5744.
GOOD fable uoardTjOo per wools at
1320 S St. 20-5
LOST An Alpha Phi pin. Roturn to
Rag offlco. Howard. 23-3
LOST Heavy gray ovorcoat. Hung
on Library gato Monday afternoon.
Roturn to Rag ofllco. - 22-3
8at. Mat. and Night, Oct. 28
LYMAN H. HOWE
Coronation of King Edward V.
Austin Flood. Japan.
Colorado. Many Others.
Mat., 25c & 15c. Night, 50c, 35c, 25c
Monday Night, Oct. 30
LOST A. T. O. pin. Flndor ploaso
roturn to Rag ofllco. Reward. 20-3
ROOM FOR RENT One room in all
modern houso, 1310 L St. Auto
TWO good all modern rooms for ront,
1320 S St. Reasonable. 20-5
Special U. of IN. Novelties for JXmets
If you want something difforont mado-to-ordor wo will bo glad to mako
you an ostimato and furnish samplos.
1143 0 Street
SECOND-HAND bicycle, in good ro
pair, for salo cheap. Soo Campus
Hdad Refcroroo E. O. Stiohm.
Referees H. B. PearBO, G. A. Lof
gron. Judges Plneo, Harvoy Rathbone.
Senior Linesmen R. A. Philips, L.
A. Welch, R. D. Garver, W. J. King,
O. K. Leonard, J. E. Plko, P. E. Mil
ler. Junior Linesmen Hastings, Lawlor,
Mulligan, Ballah, Elwell, A. May, H.
last week, was brought to a closo yes
terday by a decislvo defeat adminis
tered by tho Philadelphia Americans
to tho Now York Giants. Tho Ath
letics havo now won tho world's cham
pionship for two consecutlvo years.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Eloo
trie Shoo Repairing while you wait.
Tho Collego Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trado solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th. '
Dramatic Club Tryouts.
Tho Dramatic club tryouts wore
hold last night at tho Tomplo theater.
Forty-seven contestants participated
and tho following woro elected to
membership: Mr. L. W. Horn, Mr.
R. H. Northrup, Mr. Donald Marcollus,
Mr. S. R. Babcock, Mr. Lowls Meier,
Mr. James Rodman, and Mr. H. Agor.
Shower baths at Groon's Barbor
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
Series Interest Students.
Tho world's championship baseball
'sorioB, which haB Jield tho interest of
a big share of tho students during tho
MEDICS TO BANQUET.
Saturday night in tho Tomplo, tho
Medics will hold tholr first banquet
of tho year.
Many prominent men of tho Medi
cal College; both local and from tho
Omaha department, will bo In attend
ance. All medical students aro urgod
to attend.' This moans six year stu
dents as woll aB thoso rogistored in
tho Medical College
German Club Meets.
Tho "Voroln Gormania" moots Sat
urday ovoning, October 28, at 7:45
p. m., in tho basement of tho Tomplo,
Room No. 9. All mombors and Gere
man Btudonts aro requested to bo
present, as Miss Happnor is going to
speak" on her tour of last summer.
Baker's Cafo serves cakes' all day.
Also everything olso ln season. Serv
ice first class. 16-tf
German Day Postcards, at
318 N. llth St
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In our lino of Pamphlets,
ProRrnniB, Monun, Woddlng
Btntlonory and all klndu of
Comraorcinl and Stationery
Van Tine Printing Company
128 H. Ulh St.
Rollablo, Prompt Auto 8477
I lUPni U MATING12S (Except Monday) aijo
LinUULn BVENINdS AT 8(30
Sffl.8 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Beginning Mon. Night, Oct. 23
LEANDER DE CORDOVA & CQ
KARLEMMY AND HI8 PET8
HANDER & MILLI88
PAULINETTI & PIQUO
8TUART & KELLY
MACRAE & LIVERINQ
BARGAIN MATINEES 15o & 25c
NIGHT8 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
City Y. M. C. A. Barbor Shop, best
sorvlco, no long waiting, flno hair cut
ting and stylo, 25c. South end of
WATCH ROR THE
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N Street
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
. The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET
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