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THE DAILY NEBTtASKAW
THE DAILY NEJBRVSKAN
Owned and published by the University of NAbrtmka through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Omoti, Basement the Administration Building;. . , ,
Pofltofllcft Station A, Campus, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888. Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035. Bus, Mgr. 4200
Sam R. Buck, Editor
A. H. Dlnsmoro. Managing Edltqr Ralph S. Doud, City Editor
F. C. MoConnoll Assoclnto Editor Stuart Gould, Sporting Editor
L. T. Skinner
O. L. Updegraff
C. F. Andrews
Ilomor O. Hewitt
Wallace B. Troup
R. S. Buddenberg
1j. A. Bcchtor
Frank Perkins, Staff Photographer
Marian Swezoy Ollvo B. Mann
Ruth Munger Alice Chnmbcrs
Hugh Agor ,
Kenneth M. Snyder
J. Lovvjoy Linn
Fred L. Babcock
Robort H. Flnley
Vincent G. Hatcall, Business Manager
0. C. Buchanan, Asst. Bus. Mgr. J V. Morrlton, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies Co
Faculty notices and University bulletins published free.
Entered at tho POfttotflcor Lincoln, Ncbr., as second class matter under act of
CoYigress March 3, 1879.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1911
SUFFRAGETTES IN FOOTBALL.
Owing to tho rocont defeat of Colo
ratio CoHoro by tholr anclont onomy,
tho University of Colorado, tho co-eds.
of tho formor iiohool havo takon raat
tora in hand, and havo formod a team
of tholr own. In tholr zeal to defend
tho honor of tholr alma mator thoy
havo dared to Invade tho territory
formerly hold by mon; thoy havo
challenged tho girls of tho university
to a game of football.
Small black boavor hats with wav
ing willow plumes will tako tho placo
of headguards; face-powdor will ro
placo noseguards. Rumor has it that
silver and gold pumps with hosiery to
will undoubtedly witness a bitter
Btrugglo between our "Fair Ones" and
thoso of Jayhawk land.
Wo prophesy an overwhelming vic
tory for tho Cornhusker co-eds, for if
thoy possess tho boundless spirit
which they havo evinced thiB year,
nothing can boat them.
Card of Thanks.
I wish to thank all those who sent
me the beautiful flowers during my
recent Illness. They were greatly ap
preciated. JACK BE8T.
Soo Los Hydo when in nood of pro
grams, menus and other printing.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
HAIL, HAIL, THE GANGS ALL HERE
Buying BUDD Tan Button in
THE NEW ROCKER LAST
English Derbies, and Kicks Also
match will bo worn. After consider
able dobato, it was decided to adopt
football Biilts of whlto or palo gray
sorvo lined with gold.
Tho co-eds aro seriously in earnest
about tho imminent struggle and de
claro that they will rotriovo tho honor
lost by tho team composed of tho In
Tho editor notlcos with ploasuro
this ovidenco of tho growing suffrag
etto spirit in Colarado, but roallzos
that tho Golden Stato has a consider
able lead over Nobraska in that re
spect. It would not seem advisable
to Inaugurate any such movement at
Nobraska this year tho season is too
far advanced and besides wo think too
much of tho beauty of our co-eds.
,Ho,wovor, If tho wave of feminine
lighting spirit now rampant in Colo
rado should reach us boforo next foot
.ball season the Cornhusker rootors
COBURNS AT CONVOCATION
HOLD THE BOARDS AT FRIDAY
Tho renowned Coburn Players will
havo charge of the Convocation hour
Friday evening in Memorial Hall.
Tho Coburns have been playing for
nine years, and their buccosb has been
phenomenal. Thoy represent the very
highest In classic drama, and aro rec
ognized by tho colleges of tho cast,
west and south as standards in
Tho program at Convocation will
probably bo devoted to a sketch of
tho varied and interesting careor of
Weber's Suftorium, 1100 O Street.
THE MICHIGAN EXTRA!
The Annual Football Number of the Daily Nebraskan will be
It will be tho biggest and best ever put out.
It Is to be dedicated in honor of the Michigan game.
It will contain all football dope and pictures of the team. Also
, .Tho cover. design is reproduced from an original special poster
drawn for this number of the Nobraskan. It will be the most elab
orate cover ever put on a college paper.
The special edition will not be distributed from Station "A."
Regular subscribers will oall for papers at the "Rag" office.
Papers will be distributed Saturday afternoon, Monday and Tues
day. tt Extra copies must be ordered in advance. Mail order or leave
at "Rao" oWce.
have your own ideas about how a Nebraska pennant
We make college and fraternity pennants, pillows,
banners and blankets to order any way you want
pennants and pillows.
Only the very best of felt is used and most of the
work is done by hand. You'll be surprised at the
H. Herpolsheimer & Co.
ART NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Stevens Prop, and Mgr.
Football Is a Good Game
Clothing is Another
The battle of $15 against $30 but the weapons
are not brick bats
GIVE US A TRIAL
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS
1218 O STREET
The moment you put on
clothes made to your meas
ure, you see the vast differ
ence between merchant
tailored and ready maHe.
Our way costs no more.
Besure to see our linefirst.
College View, Nebraska
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patronagi Solicltod
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. O. A.
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Always reliable and up to
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Dinner llt30 to ft30 TfC
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