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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1911)
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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 1911
THANK8 TO AME8.
A freshwater collogo to tho cast
ward, whoso football toam was lucky
enough to catch our champions on an
off day, has taken upon ltsolf to as
sumo tho position of montor to us.
Wo aro rofroslFGu dally with now light
lot in upon somo dlsgracoful opisodo
connootod with tho pilgrlmago Into
into tho wlldornoss about contral
Wo certainly approclato thoso ef
forts and tho spirit in which thoy aro
made. Wo havo novor soon anything
finer, savo tho courtesy oxtended to
Coach Stiohm during tho game, and
Former Nebratkans Wed.
Tho marriago of Miss Ethol Burkott
and Dr. Marion Foro Russell will oc
cur on Thursday, November 23rd;
Miss Burkott is woll known in Univer
sity circles, having graduated from
tho School of Music In'lOlO. She 1b
a momber of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Bottor see Louis Hagenslck about
music for that dance. Auto B-2990.
Freshman Hop Meeting.
There will bo an Important meet
ing of tho freshman hop commlttco
this morning at 11:30 in room 112 of
University Hall. Plans for tho com
ing first year social affair will be
Military Flannel Shirts
Blue, Grey, Tan
tho sportsmanlike attitude of a portion-
of tho spectators.
Tho rogrotablo aspect of the affair,
howovor, 1b that wo are forced to
realizo that only a few of tho more
cultured and flno-gralned of tho stu
dents aro responsible for those sym
pathetic outbursts. Wo mot quite a
number of other follows ovor there
whomwofcol certain aro ontiroly in
capabloof fostoring or voicing such
To tho fortunato few, howovor, wo
extend our congratulations. Such
spirit as thoy have shown would bo a
credit to any backwoods prop school.
Wo realizo how young, small and In
consldorablo Nebraska is among tho
colleges of this conference and are
glad to attract tho notice of any other
institution, oven Ames,
Somo day wo oxpect to grow larger
and moro worthy, but we scarcely
hope to attain AmeB' class. No,
Let'a show the boys where we
atand. Torches on sale at the Rag
office. Get one and boost for Nebraska.
Old Alumnus Here.
. Frederick E. Clements, '83, was on
tho campus Friday and Saturday." Mr.
Clements la now professor in botany
at tho University of Minnesota.
tjelp break the Kansas hoodoo!
, Registrar's Notice.
Tho Registrar's office has a number
of articles that have been found on
tho campus and have been turned in
there. .Tho' list includes fountain
IjjenB, pocketbooks, bloves, eyet
Tho Uttlo poem bolow waB written
by a Jayhawker beforo our Ames
gamo. Ho gave It to us on Ames, but
ho has another guess coming on Sat
urday's game. Ho will find that wo
aro "watching out":
A Warnln' for Nebraska.
(With Apologies to J. W. Riley.)
You crumpled up Missouri
An' you'll do as much for AmeB;
You humbled 'Kansas Aggies,
An' you won some othor gameB;
But there's someone In tho woodpilo
8awln' hard without a doubt
An tho Jayhawkors'll got you
Thoyro a-playin' kind o' fumbly,
But thoy'ro takln' of it slow; '
You'll see 'em win their battles
.-Though tho score Is kind o' low.
So don't you got th' swell head
Walt a bit boforo you shout
For tho Jayhawkers'll get you,
H, W. Chalkloy, in Kansas City
Girls Go ,to Kansas.
.Tho following Nebraska co-oda have
decided to go to Kansas to see' tho
game: Carolyn Hanzlik, 1912; '"Lucy
Keif or, 1913; Ireno Neal, 1914; Elsie
Moore, 1911; Eula Bates, 1912.
Baker's .Cafe serves cakes all day.
Also. everything else In season. Sorv.
Ice first class. JLt-tt
Thanksgiving is coming. You want that new suit?
All right. Come in and have your measure taken and take
a vacation on what you save by buying our clothes.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS
1218 O STREET
WATCH FOR THE
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N Street
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready made.
Our way costs no more.'
Besure to see our line first
College View, Nebraska
Who, Comes In "JUMPING JUPITER"
At Thi Olivtr-Fri. Sat. and Sat. Mat. Nov 17
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