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THE- DAILY NEBEASKAN
MORE OFJAR STORY
By Stuart Gould
PROFE380R JONES DI8CU88E8 !
MOROCCAN TROUBLE AT
NEBRASKA HUMBLES DOANE
IN BLINDING BUZZARD
Tho CrotanH came to Lincoln luBt
Satuprday and went homo aftor play
ing froozo out for over an hour. No
braska put thorn- away with a ncoro
of 27 to 0.
Tho gamo waB certainly ono of tho
coldolff ovoTplffyod upon Nobraaka
Gold. The cold was bo Intonso that
ovon tho mental facultloH of tho play
ers wore dulled, but tho gamo was ono
of tho best played gamoB aeon this
yoar. It was marked by absonco of
fumbling and "boofa."
Tho chllllnoaa of tho day provontod
any Nqbraaka girls from allowing up
through about twonty-llvo Doano co
od rootora managed to atlck tho squab
bio through. TUo roat of tho rooting
bunch waB aa bad a froBt ns tho day.
AGGIES PLAY FOOTBALL
PRINCIPAL HUNTER DEVELOPING
GOOD TEAM AT THE FARM
Prod Hunter's Aggies play Lincoln
Academy Wednesday at 3:30 on Ne
braska Hold. Much good football ma
torlal exists at the farm, but owing
to lato registration small chance has
boon given to dovelop UiIb to Its best
Tho FarmorB havo two gamoa
schodulcd aftor WednoBday'a Cotnor
noxt Saturday and Aurora High
School on Thanksgiving Day.
Beckman Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoe Repairing while you .wait.
Oklahoma Trims Kansas.
Oklahoma trimmod tho. KanaaB
oloven 3 to 0 last Saturday. Can No
braslca bottor that bcoio? Nebraska
can. but she wants hor rootora along
to help. Tho rooting band of tho
CornhuskorB will mako a mark In Kan
Baa Jhat will bo thore for yearB.
8oo Los Hyde when In noed of pro
grama, menua and other printing.
Searlo F. Holmes waB elected aBao
clato editor of tho Dally Nobraakan
at a mooting of tho Publication noard
Tho Palladlan Literary Society was
outortalned Friday evening by Mr.
and MrB. Frost, alumni mombora, at
tholr homo on Thlrty-flrat and Hoi
drogo atroeta. Entortalnmeut was fur
nished In the form of clovor gamoB
representing or roforrlng to animals.
Also each porson waB given tho namo
of an nnimal and partners wore found
by matching brokon animal cookies.
A jolly good tlmo Is reported.
Prof. Guernsoy Jonos will flniBh his
discussion of the Moroccan situation
at convocation this morning. Last
Tuesday ho gavo a talk on the real
significance of the war, aBide from tho
importanco of Morocco Itself. Ho dlB
cuaaed tho vital Intoreat of France
and England In tho matter. Today ho
will explain reasons for annexing
Morocco, and will dlacuaB the probablo
effects of tho war upon tho equilibrium
of Europo and the world.
. "Life" la offering a novel and
mone-maklng plan to men and
womon who are working tholr way
through colleges and professional
schools. You can find out all about it
by sending your namo and addresB on
a postal to Life's College Students'
Loaguo, 17 West 31st St., New York
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Mr 8. Uhl Recovering.
Mrs. John Uhl, wife of "John," who
for many years has been janitor of
Momorlal Hall, has boon very ill for
8overal weoka and only recently baa
hor health so far Improved that
"John" fools like jollying tho drill
Try the Y. M. C. A. Antlaoptlc Bar
ber Shop for good, quick aorvlce.
Homo shaving auppllos for sale.
Razors put In order.
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest
1322 N St. Auto 1292 Bell 147
CLEANERS and DYERS c -&r
John Bull Takes Off
to the United States. The
English know how to make
good caps. They know how
to weave good cloths, too
know better than we do. So
we import their cloths but
make our own caps put more
go, swagger and jauntiness in
than the English thought
Thats why John Bull takes
off his cap to the oneAmerican
cap that's better than his
1,000 first class dealers in
America sell HEIDCAPS
and some in England.
ITun LiAvrnmtnimini M
xiio nvtn unrinMin .m
iTHB MAN BENEATH
LOOKS LIKE A GENTLEMAN
Sold by the high class dealers
FRANK P. HtlD & CO.
You Like to See Nice Clothes
We are sure most men are enough in
terested in their looks to take some pains
with the things they wear.
Being well dressed is a sort of duty a man owes to himself, his
family, his friends and his business it pays all around. Especially
when it is so easy to get the right things to wear, Easy in price,
easy in convenience you can step in here any day and in thirty min
utes be put into clothes that will put you in a class by yourself, so
far as clothes go. You will get fabrics that are all wool and as fine
as are made rich imported weaves from England, Scotland, Ireland
or the fine American products. You will get styles and fashions that
are approved in all the fashion centers of the world. You will haye
no local mark in dress. You will be clothed as well dressed men all
over the world are clothed. You can have all this starting as low as
$10.00 and ending at $40.00.
Armstrong Clothing Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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