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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
GOBURN PLAYERS COMING
FAMOU8 ARTI8T8 COMING TO
LINCOLN TO PRE8ENT
Misa Emma Coburn, representing
the Coburn Players, called at tho ofllco
yesterday In tho interest of her com
pany. Tho Coburn Playors prosent
tho plays of Shakespeare and tho
classic drama, and como to Lincoln
highly recommended. This company
will present throo plays which havo
boon selected with tho advico of sev
eral of tho Univorsity professors.
Thoso plays aro as follows: Novem
ber 24, "Taming of tho Shrew;" No
vember 25, matinco, "Romeo and Ju
Hot;" Novombor 25, evening. "Mac
beth." Tho Coburn Players appear
annually beforo tho foremost univer
sities and collogcs of tho east, wost
Prices for a single porformanco aro
$1.60 to 25 cents. Transferablo series
tichots admitting to all throo plays
may bo obtained at a price ranging
from $3.60 to $1.25. Many students
and facnlty members will take advan
tago of this lattor arrangement.
See Los Hydo when in need of pro
grams, menus' and other printing.
PERIODICALS 8UB8RIBED FOR.
Y. M. C. A. Adds Thirty Publications
to Its List of Magazines.
Tho Tomplo Y. M. C. A. has sub
scribed for about thirty of tho best
periodicals and magazines and sever
al daily papors. Arrangements have
SflV BO"V&! ut out
i r r mas and buy hor a diamond ring.
If sugar kcops going up it will bo dead oasy.
Any way como in and soo what wo havo to offer you in Xmas gifts
ma 7. HALLETT "
been mado for country papers from
many Nebraska towns.
With this material tho Uni. "Y" will
have one .of tho best supplied reading
rooms in tho' city.
Tho membership of tho Y. M. C. A.
is now about 165 and this number
will undoubtedly bo greatly increased
by tho campaign soon to open.
Bookman Bros., 1107 O St., do Elec
tric Shoo Repairing while you wait.
Take a trip with the team. It will
do you good.
DELINQUENT 18 DROPPED.
Student Who is Conditionally Regis
tered Leaves University.
Professor Engborg reports that one
student who waB put on probation at
his registration has not conformed
to tho conditions specified, and con
sequently has withdrawn from tho
Ted Marriner, cleaner and pressor,
is still at 235 No. 11th. Auto 1799. t(
Maud Birkby, 1911, of Nebraska
City is visiting at the Kappa Kappa
Lylo Young, ex-1911, of Broken Bow,
is staying at tho Delta Gamma house.
Georgiana Davis ex-1911, has re
turned' to Omaha, after spending a
few days at the Pi Phi house.
All students should visit the "Col
lege Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S. L. Chaplin, Prop.
Professor Jones of the English
that ho will go to Lisbon, Spain, to
study In their archives next summer.
It's the game we must win. Kansas
tUi oe I
You can look all over
town the moat careful
search will reveal no
clothes that excel our
We would be the last
to deny that there are
many lines of good clothes.
But some are better
than others and we in
clude Kensingtons with
this seledt minority..
Choicest fabrics, new
est styles, perfect fitting
qualities that's why
$20 to $40.
MAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
tho bon bons from now until Christ-
mil AT CONSERVATORY
ACCEPTS POSITION WITH SCHOOL
OF MU8IC COMES WELL
On account of tho Increased number
of voice pupils in tho School of Music
this year, it has become necessary to
secure another teacher. Mr. S. Ca
mlllo Engel of Now York city has
been engaged to take tho position.
Mr. Engel studied at tho Royal High
School, Budapest, tho Vienna Conser
vatory, and with Humperdlnk. He has
had twelvo years' experience with tho
conservatories and as a private in
structor in Now York city, and num
bers among his pupils Georgo Grosch,
Royal Saxon Court, and Chamber
Singer. His work on "Tho Bol Canto"
has received warm words of praise
from such eminent singers as Jean Do
Roszko, Mary Garden, Herbert With
orspoon and others.
Mr. Engel begins work at the School
of Music this week.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
How about going to Kansas7
Former Nebraskans Wed.
The marriage of Harry P. Letton
and Ethel KIrby of Springfield, 111.,
w.111 take placo Saturday, November
18th. Mr. Letton graduated from, tho
engineering department of the Uni
versity in 1909, and is a member of
Kappa Sigma. Will Letton, 1913, will
attend the wedding.
George' Bros., Danco Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery,' Motto Cards.
Phi Gam Initiates.'
The .Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
announces that they have initiated
Richard Stout of Lincoln and Herbert
Bushnell of Lincoln.
FOUND Class "N" pin for class of
"09." Loser phone Andorson, Auto.
FOUND Gold brooch. Owner call
at M. A. 101 and Identify proporty.
FOUND A fountain pen, with gold
bands, ongraved with Initials and
dato. Seo NobranBkan managor
between claBBOB. 3 .3
FOUND A pair of ladles' kid gloves.
Owner call at Nobraskan ofllco bo
twoon 10 and 11. 34-3
TAKEN by miBtako. ladloB' suodo
Bhoo at Sophomoro Hop. Ploaso
return to Lincoln hotel and ex
LOST Bright rod sweator, letter "L"
in black on front, at Saturday's
gamo with Doano. Return to Rag
EXCHANGED by mistako at Sopho
moro Hop, a "Walkover pump for
Mlllor & Paino pump. Call Auto
LOST Heavy red sweater on Ne
braska Field during Doano game.
Return to Jack Best. 36-3
LOST Alpha Delta Phi pin, star and
crescent, on Monday. Flndor please
return to Nobraskan ofllco. Ro
WANTED A room-mate. Tho room
Is a largo front room, steam heat,
etc. 334 No. 13th.
TWO largo furnished rooms for rent,
second floor, modern houso. Auto
4086. 721 So. 11th St.
ROOM In modern houao. 1310 L St.
Phono Auto 3035. 36-3
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In our line of Pnrojihlota,
Programs, Monua, Woddluir
Stationery and nil kind of
Commtirciftl nnd BUtlonery
Van Tine Printing Company
128 N. 14th St.
Roltnblo, Prompt Auto31T7
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
RENT YOUR TYPEWRITER
Any Make :: Any Time Vi:,
3 months $6.00 ':J'
The Largest Stock in the West
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
. 1406 O STREET
'Wi"Wiwi fWP Mrf-ni fi 'Dwtp
AT THE THEATRES
Tonight and Thursday Night
"THE GIRL I LOVE"
Orch., $1.50; Dal., $1.00; Gal., 60c
Frl., Sat. -and 8at. Mat., Nov. 17-18
In "JUMPING JUPITER
Commencing Mon. Night, Nov. 13
RICHARD CROLIU8 AND CO.
RICE AND PREV08T
KELLY & WENTWORTH
MA80N AND MURRAY
BARGAIN MATINEE8 15c & 25c
NIQHT8 15c, 25c, 35o and 50o
Dinner Ui30 to 1:30 Ig
Supper 5i30 to 7:30 LdL
Also Cafeterian StyU
Do Your Laundry
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. 0. At
Lunch Room. Cafoteria Plan.
City Y. M. C. A. 13lh nnd P.
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served at all hours
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