The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 03, 1911, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE- OAI)UV INEBRASKAIN
Owned nnd publlulicd by the UnlvorBlty of Nebraska through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION DOARD
OfllcoB, nasomont tho Administration Building:.
1'oBtofIlco Htatlon A, Campus, Lincoln, Nobraslcn.
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TELEPHONES
Night Auto 3HG, Ed. 1035. Bus, Mgr. 4200
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THE 8TAFF
EDITORIAL
8am R. Duck, Editor
A. II. Dlimmore, Managing Editor Ralph S. Doud, City Editor
P. C. MoConncll Associate Editor Stuart Gould, Sporting Editor
REPORTORIAL
Homor O. Howltt Hugh Agor
Wallnco B. Troup Kenneth M. Snydor
R. 8. Buddenbcrg J. Lovcjoy Linn
L. A. Bcchter Frrd L. Bahcock
Harry Burtla Robort H. Flnloy
Frank Perkins, Staff Photographer
WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT
Marian Hwozoy Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth Munger Allco Chambers
Mcrrll Reed
La wren co Robinson
L. T. Skinner
C. L. Updcgfaff
C. F. Andrews
Wlnnlfrcd Elchar
lllldrcd Bevlns
U8INES8 s
Vincent C. Haacall, Business Manager
C. C. Buchanan, Asst. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrlcon, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription 12.00 per year. Single copies Bo
Factilty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at tho Postofnco, Lincoln, Ncbr., au second class mattor under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911.
TRUE 3PORT8MAN8H1P.
Coach Browor of MIbbowI, 1b a true
sportBinun.
May Ills kind alwayB prodomlnato
In athlotlcB ovorywhoro, colloglato and
othorwlBo.
Aftor bucU a dofoat as tho Tigers
rocolvod at tho handB of tho Corn
hUBkorB, many a coach might havo
put up a calamity howl, and havo on
doavorod to hint at somo unknown
oxcuso. ,
But not bo, Browor. In a local pa-
por ho 1b quotod as follows:
"Nohraska beat us beoauBo thoy had
a heavier team and bettor playora;
our men woro poor on tackling; tho
TO HAVE NEW DIRECTORY.
Student Almanac Goes to Press Mon
day Many Improvements
Installed.
Tho 1911-1912 Student Directory
gooB to proas Monday. Thoso who
havo changed their address, or have
failed to glvo their phono number,
may got them put in by attending to
it today.
Tho dlroctory this year will bo as
comploto as it possiblo to mako it.
It will roBomblo last yoar's directory,
but Bovoral substantial improvements
havo boon made. Tho book has boon
compllod by Harry Ankony and Dean
McBrion.
SHOE
Ladies' $4.00 and $5.00 Grades.
Tans, Patents, Swedes, Velvets
ALL THE NEW DOPE
SAT F $2.50
ZlLJLwJLril AND
$4.00
Budd
1413 O St.
lino hold poorly, tho backflold was
slow in gottlng started and thoy woro
ub out. Tho Tlgors soomod to blew
up In tho last two quartors; no, thoy
didn't lay down I don't think any of
our mon will do that. But thoy los.t
somo of tho glngor that was In thorn
at llrst. Nebraska is four or five
touchdowns bottor than wo aro any
day in tho wcok."
Tho man who takos dofcat in that
mannor is a crodit to himself, to any
team, and any collogo. Ho is a true
typo of tho collogo athlete.
Baker's Cafo sorvos cakos all day.
Also ovorythlng olso In season. Serv
ice first class. 16-tt
Tho salo of tho book will bogln not
lator than tho twentloth. A very nom
inal foo will bo mado to help cover
exponsos.
Tho Hydo Prlntory, 1331 P St., up-to-dato
printing of all kinds.
Novelty at Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Is to havo a now fall
sporting ovont. A flvo-mllo 'handicap
opon to all students, will bo hold Sat
urday, Novombor 11, at Camp Ran
dall. On Novombor 28 tho annual tur
koy raco will occur. Tho run will bu
over a throo-milo courso with tho
,start and rtnteU on tho campus. Tho
winner will got a turkoy; tho second
man a gooso; tho third a chicken, and
tho fourth an ogg.
Don't Want Men..
According to a notlco Issued by tho
physical director, men will bo barred
from seeing girls' basketball games at
Drako University. Tho custom of hot
allowing "tho storner sex to see tho
fair co-eds play has boon followed at
Nebraska for sovoral years.
Y. W. C. A. Entertains.
Tho Y. W. C. A. is planning group
parties for now students for Saturday
afternoon, Novombor 4, to bo hold at
difforont homos in tho city. All new
students aro invited, regardless of
whothor thoy aro association mem
bers, or not. Any who havo not re
ceived Invitations by Thursday, aro
roquostod to report to Miss Drake,
In tho Y. W. C. A. rooms in tho Tom-plo.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Nq, 11th.
Black Masque Meets,
Tho Black Masques meet today at
11 o'clock In tho Administration
building.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Eleo
trlo Shoe Repairing while you wait. m
CADET TANS
at $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00
sold by
Beckman Bros.
1107 O
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Electric Shoe Repairing While
You Wait
$J522
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Suits and Overcoats are won
ders. Every element desired.
Style, fit and quality is there.
If you want to look like $35
Come and put one on.
Palace Clothing Co.
1419 0 Street
You Could Not
Wish For Better
Underwear
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We carry complete lines for
cTWen,
Women,
Children
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Nov. lO, 1911
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Sophomore Hop
HagensicR's Orchestra
Tickets $1.25.
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