The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 28, 1911, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
CO-EDS TOjEGORUTE
UNIVER8ITY WOJVIEN MEET THI8
MORNING TO DECORATE
' THEIR SECTION.
Black Masques has Issued a call for
help In making pennants for tho Mis
souri and Michigan games. At ten
o'clock every loyal Nebraskan maiden
is urged to present herself at the
Y. W. C. 'A. rooms. Largo scarlet and
cream pohnnntB will bo made, which
will docorato tho glrlB section.
Promptly at nino o'clock tho groat
freshman-sophomore battle begins. In
former years tho glrlB have always
been enthusiastic onlookers at tho
Olympics, and it is oxpected that they
will bo this year. Tho girls section
will bo reserved as usual, and 'many
co-eds, especially from tho two under
classes will fill it.
Lunch at Twelve.
At twelvo o'clock tho big feed of the
Girls' club will commonco. Ovjr three
hundred tickets havo been sold for
this. MIsb Folger, of tho Homo Eco
nomics department, has charge of tho
menu and promises to eorvo a good
one'. Thro.o courses will be served by
tho girls who nro taking tho cooking
course at tho State Farm.
After luncheon, speeches will bo
given by tho officers and members of
tho club. Miss Ensign and other fac
ulty women will also speak.
May See Bonfire.
Tho Nebraska co-eds will then go
in a body to tho Missouri game, whoro
they will sit in their special section.
Then that Show Mo tribe, as well as
Hats
Something new in
English Derbies
and Scratch, ups
tho. 'Nebraska men on tho bleachers,
wjll seo somothing now in tho way of
a decorated grandstand, which alone
will bo worth tho prico of admission.
After tho game . Well, probably
tho loyal co-ed will havo a chance to
see a real Nebraska bonfire, but that
remains to bo seen. Words fail to
express it.
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trado solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Law Hop Committee Appointed.
L. G. Warner announces tho follow
ing committee for tho freshman law
hop:
3& T. Carroll, ohairman; L. A.
-"Xvelsh, master of ceremonies; Richard
Stout, D. Harmon, Fred Kieth, Clar
ence Clarke, Jack Morse, Earl Bran
non. The date of this dance has not been
determined, but tho commltteo prom
ises a good event,
BLAZEK'8 special pictures for stu
dents, 75c and $1.75 per dozen.
130C O St. '
Nebraskans Draw Well.
Several University students who
registered for homesteads In Mellette
Football Buttons, Armbands, Cane
Pennatits at
The Co-Op
318 N. llth St
Get a Megaphone and Root for Nebrasba
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mTtt-i i i i , i i i 1. 1.. .ii ii n .1 '
The "hang" means as
much as the fit in clothes.
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There is art in draping
garments particularly in
overcoats.
To see ours is to be
convinced of it.
Long, graceful coats
with convertible collars
for stormy weather, for
motoring, or for dress
wear;
Lighter weight coa.s too
silk lined in -Oxfords,
blacks, grays and hand
some mixtures,
$20 to $40.
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
FULK
FURNISHER and HATTER
1325 O STREET
county South Dakota, aro anxiously
scanning tho results of Uncle Sam's
big lottery to find out if they aro
numbered among tho lucky landseek
ors. Wo havo noticed tho names of
sovoral former University Btudonts In
tho list of winners.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoe Repairing while you wait.
HERE AND THERE.
Ruth and Mabel Sterno left las:
night for Grand Island, whoro they
will spend Sunday.
Miss Etta HarehouBo of Promont,
who came to Lincoln for the Iron
Sphinx danco, is staying at tho Delta
Gamma house.
Mildred Long has joined tho Girls'
Tennis association. A total of fifteen
now members
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
A score of University republicans
met at tho Capital hotel last night to
listen to speeches by party candidates.
Make your dutes early with Hagen
sick's Orchestra. Auto 2990. if
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
AQENT8
Olvo mo your trado. II. Clark, Htu
dont agont Yulo Laundry. Auto 5744.
BOARDING
GOOD tablo uoard, $3.50 per wook at
1320 S St. 20-5
L08T
LOST Waterman fountain pen in
Memorial hall at football rally. Girl
who found samo please roturn to
Rag ofllco. 24-1
t4i
LOST An Alpha Phi pin. Itoturn to
Rag offlco. Reward. 23-3
LOST Heavy gray ovorcoat. Hung
on Library gate Monday aftornoon.
Roturn to Rag ofllco. 22-3
LOST A. T. O. pin. Finder ploase
return to Rag ofllco. Reward. 20-3
FORRIENT
ROOM FOR RENT Ono room In all
modern house, 1310 L St. Auto
2722. 26-3
TWO good all modern rooms for rent,
1320 S St. Reasonable. 20-5
SECOND.IIAND bicycle, In good re
pair, for sale cheap. Seo Campus
Electrician. 24-3
Soo Los Hyde when In need of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
R. O. Wardo, barber, Woods, 120C O. tf
WATCH FOR THE
NEW FOLSOM
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N Street
YOU CAN
SUBSCRIBE
AX
RAG
44
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
NOW
Any Make :: Any Time '
3 months $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West . -
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
AT THE THEATRES
Oliver Theatre
TODAY 2:30 TONJQHT 8:15
LYMAN H. HOWE
Travel Festival
Mat. 25c & 15c. Night 50c, 35c, 25c
Monday Night, Oct. 30
"THE VIRGINIAN"
Prices $1.50 to 25c
Oct. 31 "THE CAMPUS"
I IWPni U MATINEES (Rxcept Monday) ajjo
LlnuULn eveninos at bo
ORPHEUM
XffloH ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Beginning Mon. Night Oct. 25j
LEANDER DE CORDOVA & CO
KARLEMMY AND HIS PET8
CARLTON
HANDER & MILLISS
PAULINETTI & PIQUO
STUART & KELLY
MACRAE & LIVERING
BARGAIN MATINEES 15c & 25c
NIGHTS 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
City Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop, best
service no long waiting, flno hair cut
ting and stylo, 25c. South ond of
basement.
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