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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
WELLS PLAYS HIS LAST OAXf
MICHIGAN HALFBACK UNABLE TO
FINI8H THE 8EA80N ON AC
COUNT OF INJURIE8.
Stanloy Wolls oxpoctod to play his
last gamo on tho Cornhuskor flold, but
now ho Is out of tho gamo UiIb year
ontlroly. At tho Pennsylvania gamo
his anklo, which was woak and had
boon troubling him all year, gavo out
complotoly In tho third quartor.
Wolls la an old Lincoln High School
follow. Ho Intor movod to Ohio, and
Ib attondlng tho l4iw 8chool at Ann
Ilubbol, from tho reserves, playod
right half tho roBt of tho game. Ho
Ib a now man, but has boon playlngj a
good, coiiBorvatlvo gamo. Thoro Ib
ovory chanco that ho will play agalnBt
tho ComhuBkor bunch noxt Saturday.
PontlUB and ThomBon wero out of tho
PonnBy gamo, but aro both oxpectod
to play against Nebraska.
(Continued from pago 1.)
than a word of credit, for ho novor
dropped ono of the many punts kicked
over by Gibson and Owen Frank, and
If ho had poBSOBsed tho Nebraska In
torforonco behind him would havo
carrlod back tho ball many yards, but
waB downed for short gains by the
lively NobraBka onds and halves.
KansaB was not disappointed that
tholr toam loBt, but tho blow of bucIi
a hoarty defeat took tho prldo out of
ovon tho moBt loyal of tholr rootors
and scarcoly a K. U. yell was to bo
hoard aftor tho gamo. But during the
gamo tho Kansas rootors gave a les
son In real rooting to tho visiting No
braskans. Throe thousand strong,
without tho girls, tho KanBans pro
duced a volumo of cheers In perfect
Tho Junior Hop will bo glvon De-
When you wear a suit of clothes, clay in and day
out, in all kinds of weather, it has to ho well made to
stand the wear.
Adlers' Collegian Clothes
give just this sortot service. That is what has given
Collegian Clothes such an enviable reputation among
young men. They are very active, and find that these
clothes keep their shape and stylo right through the
If you don't know Collegian Clothes, you should
get acquainted immediately- this fall.
Come in and try on a suit or overcoat.
Prices are moderate, ranging from $12.85 to $25.
SPEIER & SIMON
GEO. SIIAFFKU, Prop
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BIX CIIAIUS it NO WAITING
Beit Barber Shop in the West
CIGARS In Umement O Street Kntrnnco MAMOUUINQ
comber 9th, at tho Lincoln Hotel. You
had better got your tickets early, as
tho danco will bo limited. Tickets can
bo purchased from' Radcllflo, Potter,
Heln and Hydo. B. L. HYDE.
Johnnie Leard, barber, at Woods,
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 one American
cap that's better than his
1,000 first class dealers in
America sell HEIDCAPS
and some in England.
(THE MAN DBNBATH rSf
IJHB MAN DBNBATH
LOOKS LIKE A GENTLEMAN
Sold by the high class dealers
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Soo Les Hydo when In need-of pro
grams, menus and other printing..
Weber's Sultorlum, 1100 O Street.
will find our preparations for their clothes
needs so complete that there is nothing left
to be discussed.
We have every good style. Our Suits
and Overcoats for Young Men are different
from any others.
They are not just small sizes. They are
young in designs, young in color, patterns,
and weaves; things selected especially for young
men. The Armstrong all-wool quality is of
course in them, as well as the fine thorough
Suits and Overcoats $10 to $40
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