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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1911)
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MINNESOTA DEBATERS PICKED
TCALTHAT MCET8E1RA8KA IN
J READINE8S FOR-FINA!
Tho dobators that moot Nebraska
Docombor 8, on tho ship subsidy ques
tion, havo mado- a final- brief of tho
subject and havo arranged their order
of speaking?. Tho following aro tho
mombofl'-of tho team: M. N. Olson,
Stanley Glllam and -Theodore Thomp
son . ' v
, Minnesota University does not givo
"M" to members of tho team, but agi
tation for a watch fob has started.
Prof Rarig of tho Department of Pub
lic Speaking, offers to do his best in
securing somo artlclo for tho de
baters. Did you ovor five-stop to "Dr. Tinker-Tinker"
'or "King of tho Bunga
loos?" If not, inako. a date wfth Hag
onBipk'a Orchestra. Auto B-2990.
Prof. Candy Returns.
D.r. Candy of tho Mathematics Dc
partment, has arrived homo from his
sovon months' vacation in Europo'.
During his' visit ho was in almost all
of tho main universities of Europo,
"but as it was. in vacation time ho was
able to see but littlo of tho school
Bis main purpoBO was to boo tho
different art galleries of tho conti
t ' i : :
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Do you want one
that is new and
We Have It
R. O. Wardo, barber, Woods, 1206 O. tf
11:00 Convocation:, "Creation," glv-
; en by Chorus.
li?30 Junior class meeting.
.'5:00 "Y. W. C. A. meeting. Address
by Dr. Lawronco.
"8 100 Y, AV. p. A. Hallowe'en mas
11:00 Black Masque meeting.
S.OO--Kappa Alpha Thota dance.
8:00 Kappa Alpha Thota dance.
Delta Gamma dance. .
3:00 Y. W. C. A. group reception
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Mako your dutos early with Hagen
slck's Orchestra. Auto 2990. . tf
'" Y. W,C. A. to Frolic. '
?-Tho Y. "Vyi'C. A. girls "will celpbrato
Hallowe'en in high style their year.
Tuesday night,. In tho Y. W. rooms, a
'"mask-and make morry" will bo hold
at1" eight, o'clock, All members are
urged to coino in costumo, If posbI
Tho Hydo printery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
TO FARM STUDENTS:
. e have Botatay 'outfits, Engineering sets, all
your supplies. Right across from Campus
W. ,."....-.-' .
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: ;-i i 318 n. nth st ; i 4 :
J JEFFERSOJp ;)
The Cornhuskers show
Were doing some
showing ourselves in the
way of fall clothes.
It takes specialized ex
perience" to produce the
beat clothes and that's
what the makers of our
$1 5 suits have had. '
These suits jare exe'ep-
tional in value .and,
whether you're from Mis
.it . '
soun or not ail we want is
a chance to show you.
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
CHORUS. TO 8INQ CREATION.
Beautiful Cantata to be Sung at Con
Tho University chorus, accompanied
by tho orchestra and soloiBts, will
prosont tho "Creation" today, in Me
morial hall, at 11:00. ThiB will be
ono of tho vory best; convocations of
tho entlro year,
Mrs. Raymond entertains tho high
est hopes for tho chorus this year
Numbering over ono hundred voices,
thoy havo worked with tho highest
enthusiasm Blnco tho first night of
thoir organization. On Saturday nighl
tho chorus gave tho "Creation" bo-
fore a largo audience of Christian En
deavorers. Despite tho difficulty or
singing aftor tho football gamo, tho
program was rendered with entire
Tho, soloists will bo, Miss Annotte
Abbott, soprano; Mr. Everett B. Car
dor, tenor; and Mr. Chas. H. Miller,
bass. Miss Loulso Zumwlnkel will
play tho pipe organ. Tho oratorio will
bo given under Mrs. Raymond's, per
Mission Classes Meet.
"Tho Challenge of tho City" Is tho
topic of discussion in one. of tho spe
cial study classes of the University
Givo mo your trado. R. Clark, stu
dont agont Yulo Laundry. Auto 5744.
LOaT An Alpha Phi pin. Return to
Rag olllco. Howard. 23-3
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VVANT&L) Vbung man room-mato to
sharo largo, well furnished room In
all modern liouso. fG.00. Auto
4693. 1420 Vino St. .26-3
LARGE room, second floor, modern
houBc, for rent very reasonable to
studonts. 721 So. 11th. 26-3
ROOM FOR RENT Ono room in all
modern houso, 1310 L St. Auto
SECOND.HAND bicycle, in good re
pair, for salo qhcap. Seo Campus
Y, M. C. A. Tho class moots this ov
onlng at 7 o'clock In tho Library, on
tho second floor of tho city Y. M. C. A,
building. Dr Leland is tho loader.
Tho class which Is studying mis
sion work in China will moot tonight
in tho now committeo room of tho
Tomplo Y. M.C. A. at 7 o'clock with
"Problems of tho Medical Mission
ary" is tho topic studied by tho class
whfch moots Sunday mornings at 9:16
o'clock at tho Tomplo. C. W. Wills is
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Wed. Mat. A Night, A .Thure
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Don't fall to call and see the
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tle 1909 Gold Medal Prize, tiem
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