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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
GROUP PARTIES ARRANGED
8EVERAL ENTERTAINMENT8 FOR
NEW 8TUDENT8 PLANNED
BY Y. W. C. A.
The group parties lo bo glvoh by
the Y. W. C. A. for the now girls, Sat
urday afternoon, November 4, are to
be bold at the following places:
Miss Alvlna ZUmwlnklo entertains
at tho homo of Mrs. X E. Miller; Mies
Wilma Crpasby at tho homo of Mrs.
T. C. Mungor; Miss Joan Molsaboy at
the homo of Mrs. Ella K. Morrison,
Miss Helen Brunor at her own home,
and Miss liuth O'Brien In the associa
tion roomB In tho Tomple.
All New 8tudents Invited.
All now women students who have
not received an invitation by Thurg,
day, will please report to Miss Drake,
In the Y. W. C. A. rooms In the Tomple.
Did you over flvostep to "Dr. Tink-or-Tlnkor"
or "King of tho Bunga
Ioob?" If not, make a date with Hag
enslck's Orchestra. Auto B-2990.
BRYAN TO SPEAK.
Addresses Men's Meeting at the
W. J. Bryan will apeak at tho Oliver
thoator Sunday afternoon at 2:30, on
"Tho Making of a Mali." This Ib tho
first series of men's mass meetings to
bo given each Sunday under tho di
rection of tho city Yi M. C. A.
Tho meetings last year wore well
attonded and wero an ontlro succobs.
Plans are bolng mado to mako this
yoar's mootlngs ovon moro interesting.
Soo Los Hyde when in need of pro
gramB, monus and othor printing.
To Play Roman 'Games.
Playing ancient "Roman games will
bo ono of tho study-pastimes of tho
Latin club, beginning at thoir noxt
meeting, November 11, in University
hall 204. L. D. Halstead will read a
City Y. M. C. A. Barber Shop.'boBt
Borvlco, no long waiting, flno hair cut
ting and style, 25c. South end of
Hop Dates 8et.
Tho dates for all tho hops this sem
ester have been arranged.
Sophomoro, November 10.
Junior, December 9.
Engineers, January 6.
Freshman law, February 2.
FroBhman, February 16.
With these hopB coming threo weeks
or moro apart, It Is expected that tho
risk of financial loss will bo obllvfatod
and that all tho dancoa will bo well
Geography 9 will mako flold studloB
near Pleasant Dalo Saturday, Novem
ber 4. Leave over B. & M. at 11 a. m.
Be on time.
G. E. CONDRA.
Georgo Bros., Danco Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards.
Spbclal U. of IN. Moveltles for Xmas
If you want smoothing different mado-to-ordor wo will bo glad to mako
you an ostimato and furnish samples.
1143 0 Stroot
Meetings and Social Affairs.
Union society meeting at 7 o'clock.
Palladlan sboioty mooting at 7 o'clock.
Entertainment at homo of Prof. Laura
Bello Pfeiflor for students in her
. European history cIubbob.
Kappa Alpha Thota dance.
Sigma Phi Epsilon smoker for Alpha
Tau Omega and Phi Delta Theta.
Catholic Students' club danqo.
Saturday, 3 O'clock.
Y. W. C. A. group receptions foj fresh
Togner society mooting at homo of
Prof. J. E. A. Alexis, 1420 Elm St
Delta Gamma dance.
Delta Zota dance.
Kappa Alpha Thota dance.
Sigma Tau smoker.
BLAZEK'8 special pictures for stu
dents, 75c and ?1.75 per dozen.
1306 O St.
Catholics Dance Tonight.
Tho Catholic Students' club will
glvo thoir first danco of tho season
this evening In tho MubIc hall of tho
Templo. Jones' orchestra will fur
nish tho music.
Weber's Suitorium, 1100 O Street.
LOST In Library botweon 9 and 11
o'clock Thursday, pair of kid gloves.
Finder pleaBe return to Rag. 30-3
LOST Note book. Pleaso return to
reserve deBk, Library. H. M. John
LOST A fountain pen in Osteology
Lab. Covered with gold flligroo
work in which is etched namor of
owner. Roturn to Rag ofllco for
liberal reward. 28-5
WANTED A room-mate. The room
is a largo front room, steam heat,
etc. 334 No. 13th.
WANTED Young man room-mato to
Bharo largo, well furnished room In
all modern house, $5.00. Auto
4693. 1420 Vino St. 26-3
LARGE room; second floor, modern
house, for rent very reasonable to
BtudentB. 721 So. 11th. 26-3
ROOM FOR RENT Ono room In all
modern house, . 1310 L St. Auto
TO FARM STUDENTS:
We have Botany outfits, Engineering sets, all"
your supplies. Right across from Campus
318 N. 11th St.
79 " vjii'i'.
If not you'll be needing
some warmer clothes.
How about overcoats?
It may be a commonplace
subject, but ours are not
Long ones with conver
tible collars beautiful
fabrics -$10 to $40.
Lighter ones too i n
black, Oxford gray or
handsome mixtures silk
lined if you like.
Stop in for a look !
AT THE THEATRES
TONIGHT AT 8:15 $1.50 to 60c
WRE8TLING AND BOXING
Karla vs. Westergaard
Jim Flynn vs. Peters
SAT. MAT. & NIGHT, NOV. 4
MONTGOMERY & STONE
IN "THE OLD TOWN"
MAT. $1.50" to 50 NIGHT $2 to 60c
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
Dinner 1 1 30 to 1:30 ')(
Supper 5:30 to 7:30 tjt
Also Cafeterian Style
Hot Wafles with Maple Syrup, JOc
Stands for the latest and best
in Sheet Music 1215 0 St.
I IliPni M MATINBUStHxcept Monday) aJ3o
LlNuULN GVCNINOS AT 8(30
Stfa. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon, Night, Oct. 30
FELIX AND CAIRE
HOPKINS AND AXTELL
HAVILAND AND THORNTON
MARCU8 AND GARTELLE
KEITH AND KERNAN
BARGAIN MATIN EE8 15o & 25o
NIGHT8 16c, 26c, 35o and 60o
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cnfetoria Plan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13lh and P.
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In our lino of Pnmiililotn,
iTORruuiH, aionuH, wouumc
Van Tine Printing Company
128 N. Uth S).
Roliiiblo, Prompt Auto3i77
Stationary ami nil klnrti of
3lnl nnd Htatlonory
Do Your Laundry
$1 Safety Razors
Fountain Pens, Etc.
Don't fall to. call and see the
$50,000 World's Fair at Seat
tle 1909 Gold Medal Prize, Oem
Collection, now on display.
Student's. Lunch 15c
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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