The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 03, 1911, Image 3

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THE DAILY NEBRASICAN
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DO YOU REALIZE
THAT
Theso aro the men that make this
paper possible?
The subscription prlco isn't a drop
in the buckot.
They help us; we must help them.
PATRONIZE THE MEN ON THIS
LIST
They Will Treat You Right
BANKS
First Savings Bank
Contral National Bank
BAKERIES
Folsom
BARBER SHOPS
Chaplin
First National Bank
Groon's
Bort Sturm
Roy. Wardo
BOOK STORES
Co-op
University
CLEANERS
Tod Marrlnor
J. C. Wood & Co.
Lincoln Cleaning and Dyo Workt
Wobor
CLOTHING
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Farquahar
Flodcon & Brothouwor
Magoo & Doomor
Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothlug Co.
Spoior & Simon
COAL
WhltobroaBt
CONFECTIONERY
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
DRY GOOD3
Miller & Palno
DRUGGISTS . j
Molor Drug Co.
RiggB
FLORISTS !
C. H. Froy
FURNISHINGS j
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd
Fulk
Mageo & Doomor
Mayer Bros.
Palaco Clothing Co.
Spoior & Simon' ,
HATTERS " )
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd
Fulk
Magoo & Doomor
Mayor Bros.
Palaco Clothing Cc ;
Spoior & Simon
JEWELERS
Hallott ,, j
Tucker
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LAUNDRIES
Evans
Globe Laundry.
MUSIC
Walt
OPTICIAN
Shean
PHOTOGRAPHS
Blazek
PRINTERS
Goorgo Bros.
Hydo Printery
Simmons
Van Tino
RESTAURANTS
Hefpolshoimer
Y. M, C. A. Spa
Baker's Cafe
SHOES
Bockman Bros.
Budd
Menls Bootory
Mayer Bros.
Miller & Palno
TAILORS
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Flodoon & Brothouwer ;
Dundeo Woolen Mills. - w
THEATERS '' "
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TYPEWRITERS
Lincoln Typewriter' Eichawgt
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TAILOR MADE
By the best men tailors in the west, and
hanging here in our dust-proof clothing cab
inets, ready to put on ana wear. That's the
kind of clothes we are selling, and selling
lots of them every day to men who know.
Let us show them to you. Suits and Overcoats
$15 to $40
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES
FARQUHAR
1325
O Street
All Souls' Church, Unitarian
H eirec i:2tH Sts.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister
Sunday, Nov. 5, 10:45 Subject: "The Law of Life."
fleeting of Students' Liberal Religious Union at 12:00.
All Young Pooplo aro Cordially Invited
CORNHUSKER SQUAD
OFF FOR AMES GAME
(Continued from pago 1.)
tho gang in spito of tho refusal of
rateB. Tho round trip faro Is $8.40.
In tho last practice boforo mooting
Amos, Coach Stiohm put his men
through a thorough drill in signals
and in handling tho ball. Tho Corn
huskors, when thoy march onto tho
field of tho FarmorB, should not show
any of tho fumbling which was so evi
dent in tho gamo with tho Missouri
Tigers. Scrlmmago has been vory
light for several days, tho coach and
tho team feeling that thoy cannot af
ford to have any mon injured when
such an Important gamo 1b before
them.
Stlchm Pleased.
Stiohm seemed ploaBed at tho con
dition of his men und tho manner in
which thoy wont through thoir plays.
Ho Is trying to got steam Into tho lino
hitting plunges, and havo tho Corn
huskors able to mako tho noeded five
years If by any possibility tho Ne
braska team finds itself In possession
of tho ball witfiln ton yards of tho
Amos goal post. And at tho ond of
tho day ho soemod satisfied that if
tho Cornhuskors' brigade boob a touch
down that closo it will not bo lost.
Captain Shonka and tho team ap
peared to bo in good spirits over tho
coming gamo and it tho confidence of
tho team counts for anything, Ne
braska's chances for tho Missouri Val
loy title aro not In danger Saturday.
Shonka went through his signalsin a
manner that does not bodo well for
any opponent of tho big captain 'on
tho Farmer team and his spirit soom
od onthusod in tho ontlro cloven.
Ames Formidable.
Tho heavy AmoB brickfield with Its
lino plunging power, is what Nebraska
vilf havo to fear in tho coming gamo
and Stiohm has been working' all the
past week to brace iip tho Cornhusker
defonso to withstand such attacks. Re
is not afraid that tho ends and tho
halves will let the backs get away for
any end run., Ames is, of . course,
playing on its homo field, and in ad
dition instead of having to moot tho
Missouri TIgerB last week and unfold
all Its best plays to tho MissourlanB,
it was ablo to play easy football
against Grlnnoll and plan deep and
troachorous formations for tho Cornhuskors.
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HERE AND THERE.
Miss Helen Sparks, a freshman stu
dont, loft Wednesday morning for her
homo in Valentine. She will return
next wook.
Georgo II. Bischof, '10, a graduate
in civil engineering, Is temporarily
managing a hardware storo at Ne
braska City, which his father, tho late
William Bischof, conducted until hlB
death last summer.
A party Is to bo given soon by tho
girla who wero Mystic Fishes last
year, in honor of tho now members.
C: H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
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Girls Aro Missionaries.
Practical missionary work is bolng
done by Minnesota girls. Ono com
mittee holds settlement classes in
sewing, music and dramatics, while
another visits tho various hospitals
and amuses tho children there. The
work is under tho direction of tho
Y. W. 0. A.
Sophomore Hop Date.
Tho sophomoro hop will bo Friday,
Novombor-10, instead of tho 11th, as
previously announced. Tho dance
will bo at tho Lincoln hotel, with
Hagenslck's orchestra ns the musie.
Tho committeo promises several
novel features, including a moonlight
storm dance. The admission will bo
limited to a hundred couples.
WOMAN'S COLLEGE.
A now college for women has been
founded at New London, Connecticut;
1,185,000 having already been given
towards its endowment This is the
first woman's college in Connecticut.
You'rolntoroHtodinfihooHOvoryday; you woor
'cm, nnd if thoy'ro not right, tlioy wear you.
"Right" nioaiiH a lot of thlnfffl-qunllty, Htylo,
fit, durability, Borvico Wo boo that our Hhooq
aro "rlnht" ns long u you want uh to
WE'RE Mak-
ing a special
point just now of
extra good shoes at
$4 and $5 for the
men who are willing
to spend that much
money and want the
best to be found at these
prices. We're putting
before them a stock of
shoes that cannot be
matched in any other shoe
storo more real valuo in tho
shoos, in the materials, in tho
unusual shoemaking than $4
and $5 ever bought before. You
will see it without having it
pointed out to you when' you
come to look at our latest autumn win
dow display.
MEN'S
BOOTERY-
C. V. Rtbtrlt 144 N. 12 th
For your Steaks, Chops asd Quick
Service Visit
Tho New York Chop House
Open Day and Night
1840 O Street
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