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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1911)
THE DAILY NEBRASKA
SILBER DELIGHTS HIS HEARERS
GAVE HIS USUAL ENJOYABLE
CONCERT AT THE TEMPLE
MR. HARDY TOJALK ON ITALY
OLD NEBRA8KAN TO QIVE AN
ILLU8TRATED LECTURE AT
AT THE THEATRES
Prof. Sidney Sllber, of the Conserv
atory, gave an excellent planoforto re
cital at the Temple yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Sllbor is head of piano in
struction at the School of Music, and
is unquestionably one of the best in'
tho city. The selections were pre
sented with the force and technique
of a master, and commanded the
earnest attention of his largo audi
ence. The program was as follows:
Bach Chaconno, transcribed by Fer-
Chopin (a) Berceuse, (b) Scherze,
Ted Marrlner, cleaner and prcsser,
is still at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. tf
Mr. W. E. Hardy, a formor student
at Nebraska, has just returned from
an extended tour, through Europo anr
will givo a storeopticon lecturo on
Italy at convocation this ovonlng Is
Memorial Hall at 5 o'clock.
Mr. Hardy graduated at Nebraska
soveral years ago. Ho has boon trav
eling in Europo for some time and
the scenes of his lecture are yot vivid
in his momory. Ho is an interesting
speaker and hla views arb vory fine
Those who heard hla address on Eng
land last year will bo glad of tills op
portunity to hear him again.
BARKER IN THE ARCHIVE8.
Zoology Professor Contributes to a
Noted Parisian Paper.
Tho October issue of tho Archives
do Parasitology, Paris, contains an ex
tensive article from the pen of Dr.
Barker of tho Department of Zoology.
Tho Archlvoa is the foremost journal
of parasitology of tho world and Dr.
Barker is honored in having his pa
per appear in such a publication.
CO-ED8 IN THE COLLEGE8.
Purdue co-eds aro to have lntor
clasB basket-ball. A pennant will be
given tho winning team.
Bowling Is to be Introduced at tho
University of Washington as a sport
Fraternity houses, at Northwestorn
are to form part of i model campus;
their architecture will bo the same as
the collego buildings.
Weber's Suitorium, 1100 O Street.
Co-eds at Stanford will not bo al
lowed to wear hats to lectures, exceed
ing eighteen Inches in diameter.
Begin to boost for December 8th.
SAY GIRL'S ! If you want to get him a 8peclal Monogram
Fob, Cuff Buttons, Stick Pin, Cigaretto Case, Smoking Set, Etc., Etc.
DO IT NOA
The work can bo done boater cheapei and we'll be sure and have it done
just when yon want it. ,. T
ESTABLISHED 1871 WJ f I f t?XX UNIVERSITY
1 im-I-l- JEWELER
REGISTRATION FIGURES OUT.
Slight Increase In Enrollment at the.
State Farm 95 Women and.
Tho total registration of the School
of Agriculture Ib now 383. Of this
number ninety-live aro women, leav
ing a remainder of 288 men. This is
but a small Increase in the enroll
ment of women and a somewhat
greater increase in the masculine
Did you ever waltz to "Day Dreams"
or "The Pink Lady?" If not, make a
dato with Hangonslck'a Orchestra.
Auto B-2990. tf
Elect Minor Officers at Thursday's
Meetings-Hop Date Set for
Tho junior class hold a short meet
ing yesterday morning at wljlch tho
minor officers were elected. MIbb
Kathoryn Yates waB selected vice
president; Miss Florence Schwake,
secretary, and Frank Long, treasurer.
it waB announced that tho Junior
Hop would be hold on December p.
WANTED Reliablo genteel student
who can glvo four hours a day to
outside work; fair salary. Call 2 to
6. 143ELN SL 32-3
Plain sewing and altering of ladles'
garments. Prices reasonable. 1220 S
St. Boll phone, A-2C55. 7-3
FOUND A pair of ladies' kid gloves.
Owner call at Nebraskan office be
tween 10 and 11. 34-3
FOUND On campus, a small key.
Owner call at Rag office. 32-3
Tho College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Unions Meet Tonight.
The Union Literary society will
glvo their regular program Friday
night. Th rooms have been newly
decorated and a particularly good
meeting la desired. Tito social com
mittee has something in store, Come
out andave a good time. ,
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120 No. lltb.
LOST Alpha Delta Phi pin, star and
crescent, on Monday. Finder please
return to Nebraskan office. Re
A wise teacher would
say "It is proper to over
look the faults in yott'r
r 1 i'l'.M it'll
mends, but not m your
But too many men are
willing to disobey the ad
vice. Don't you get into this
If you wear a Kensing
ton suit you'll be as fault
less in dress as others are
And remember they
fit, they wear, they satisfy;
$20 to $40
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
TONIGHT AT 8:15
"THE RED ROSE"
PRICE8 $2.00 to 80c.
8AT. MAT. & NIGHT, NOV. 11
H0HEY BOY MINSTRELS"
Mat. $1 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 5c
&&&. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Nov. 6
HERMINE 8HONE AND CO.
CROUCH AND WELCH
LAARENERA AND VICTOR
KNIGHT AND DEYER
BARGAIN MATINEES 15o A 250
NIGHTS 15c, 25o, 35o and 50o
Original, Electric, Shoe
Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
LOST rln Library between 9 'and 11
o'clock Thursday, pair of kid gloves.
Finder plcaso return to Rag. 30-3
LOST Noto book. Pleaso return to
reserve desk, Library. H. M. John
Dlooer Ui30 to lt30 fXr
Supper 5t30 to 7(30 4t)l
Alto Cafaterlan Styl
AND HIS BAND
Nov. 11th ZZZ
Seats Now on Sale
Walt's Music Store
Prlott 50o, 76o and $1.00
Do Your Laundry
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served at all hours
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
7e2h tih z2m7$lcr&
LOST A fountain pen In Osteology
Lab. Covered with gold filigree
work In which la etched namor of
owner. Return to Rag ofDco for
liberal reward. 28-5
A pencil holder containing a foun
tain pen and three keys. Please re
turn to Rag Office. 31-3
WANTED A room-mate; The room
is a largo front room, steam heat,
etc. 334 No. 13th.
RENT YOUR TYPEWBITER
Any Make :: ; Any Time j ;
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange
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1406 O STREET
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