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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
GIRLS PLAY OUTDOOR HOCKEY
NEBRASKA CO-EDS HAVE DECIDED
TO INDULGE IN OPEN AIR
THE Y. W. C A. AND Y. M. C. A.
TO ENTERTAIN NEXT
AT THE THEATRES
An exciting hockey game was
played by the normal gymnaBium girls
Wednesday. The match was hold out
doors and twenty girls participated.
Tho Bport will be one of the regular
fall games. After tho game the girls
had lunch in the gymnasium.
Try tho Y. M. C. A. Antiseptic Bar
ber' Shop for good, quick service.
Homo shaving supplies for sale.
TWO MORE WITHDRAW.
Pressure of Outside Duties Too Heavy
for Two Students.
Two more students with low class
standings withdrew from tho univer
sity Wednesday, according to Profes
sor Engborg of the delinquency com
mittee. It is expected that a number
of others will soon decide that they
will be better off at home than on the
Tho annual "get-acquainted'' recep
tion given by tho Y. W. C. A. and
Y. M. C. .A. will bo hold Saturday
evening from 8 to 11. This is one of
tho affairs of the season and a good
time Mb in store for all.
Did you ever waltz to "Day Dreams"
or "Tho Pink Lady?" If not, make a
dato with Hangonsick's Orchestra.
Auto B-2990. tf
TheJHydo Prlntory, 1331- P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
Chorus 8ocial Evening.
Tho University Chorus will have a
"get-acquainted" social Saturday even
ing, November 18, at the homo of Mrs,
Carrie B. Raymond, its director.
Professor Hrbek 8peaks.
Prof. Sarka Hrbek of tho Depart
ment of Slavonic gave a lecture on
Monday evoning before a large ses
sion of the P. E. O. society. She took
for the subject of her talk "A Summer
in Bohemia," introducing many arti
cles typical of that very interesting
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Alpha Zena Pledges.
Alpha Zeta, the honorary agricul
tural fraternity, announces tho follow
ing pledges: E. B. LewiB, '12; T. W.
Mosoley, '12; I. D. Wood, '12; E. H.
Herminghaus, '13; O. W. SJrogren, '14.
Ted Marriner, cleaner and preBBer,
is still at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. tf
You Can See F U L K
all the new things Purnisher and Hatter
at our store
ENGINEER8 REACH FAME.
Mengel and Kelly Doing 8pecial Work
for the Government.
Carl W. Mongol, C. E. '10, and W. A.
Kelly, C. E. '09, are prominent In tho
drainage investigations directed from
the headquarters of tho experiment
stations of the Department of Agricul
ture. Mongol has reported on drain
age in Maryland, North Carolina, and
Texas. His present address is P. O.
Bldg., Fayettevillo, "N. C. Kelly has
reported on drainage in Texas and
Wyoming. His address is Lovell,
"Baker's Cafe serves cakes all day.
Also everything else in season. Serv
ice first class. lG-tf
December 8 Nebraska-Iowa Debate.
Weber'p Suitorium, 1100 O Street.
Law Exams Set.
Freshman law examination dates
have been announced as follows:
Contracts, Wednesday, November 15,
10 o'clock. Property I, Wednesday,
WANTED Reliable genteel student
who can give four hours a day to
outside work; fair saiary. Call 2 to
G. 1435 N St. 32-3
Fountains No More.
No longer can tho thirsty student
refresh himself at tho fountain. With
tho advent of cold weather tho univer
sity authorities have found it neces
sary to turn Off tho water until next
Don't forgot Johnny Leard, 120G O.
Soph Tickets Going.
Sophomore Hop tickets are going
fast, only a very few being left at the
-Coon. The moonlight waltz will be
tho twelfth dance. There will bo a
meetingrof-tho committee nt 4: 30-P. m.
today In tho Temple.
Shower baths at Qreon!s Barber
Shop, 120 No. 11th.
- JUNIORS NOTICE.
There will bo an important meeting
of tho Junior class Thursdayjnorning
at 11:30 in Memorial Hall,
, C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St tf
Plain sewing and altering of ladles
garments. Prices reasonable. 1220 S
St. Boll phono, A-2655. 7-U
FOUND On campuB, a small key.
Owner call at Rag ofllco. 32-3
Some men's clothes give
them a barrel of trouble.
But it's because they
haven't chosen them
carefully. " -
Don't be satisfied with
the first impression, for
style isn't everything.
Examine the fabric,
scrutinize the workman
ship, be sure of the fitting
If more people took
these precautions in buy
ing, more would wear
JVIAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT
JOHN C FISHER'8
Musical Comedy 8uccei of
The Globe Theatre, New York
"THE RED ROSE"
PRICES $2.00 to 50c.
8AT. MAT. & NIGHT, NOV. 11
GEO. EVAN8' MIN8TREL8
KMS.. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Nov. 6
HERMINE SHONE AND CO.
CROUCH AND WELCH
LAARENERA AND VICTOR
KNIGHT AND DEYER
BARGAIN MATINEES 15c A 25c
NIGHTS 15c, 26c, 35c and 50o
LOST In Library -between 9 and 11
o'clock Thursday, pair of kid glovoB.
Finder please return to Rag. 30-3
LOST Note book. Pleaso return to
reserve desk, Library, H. M. John"
Best Work Lowest Prices
Gleaned and Pressed
Genta' Suite 1.00
Ladies' Suite l.CO
Long Coats 1 ,00
One-piece Dross 1.00
Gloves : 05
Latest stylo deep collars and cuffs
pnt on coats, coats and ja'cltots
shortened and relined.
"Wo remodel waists.skirte and 1-pioce
dresses, make thorn look like now.
Capital City Tailoring Co.
HO So. lSth St.
Work called for and delivered
Call Auto phone L 2275
AND HIS BUB
Nov. 11th Te,"
Seats Now on Sale
Walt's Music Store
Prists 50o( 76c Mi $1.00
Do Your Laundry
We serve the' purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS servedatall hours
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
LOST-- A fountain-poninOsteology,
Lab. Covered with gold filigree
woflc In which is etched; nnmor of
owner. Return to Rag ofllco for
liberal reward. 28-6
A pencil holder containing a foun
tain pen and three keys. Pleaso rer
turn to Rag Ofllco. ' 31-3
ratfEfh fh tfi ifc -
WANTED A room-mate. 4The room
Is a largo front room, steam heat,
etc. 334 No. 13th.
RENT YOUR TYPEWBITER
Any Make :: AnyTime
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
1406 O STREET
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