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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1911)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
AT THE THEATRES
TH08E WHO WERE PRESENT AT
' ' ARMY-NAVY GAME GET
. Twelve former- Ncbraskans hold a
joVial reunion"in Philadelphia nftor
the recont Army-Navy game. Thoy
aro now scattered in several schools,
but for tho time being they woro
Five of thorn aro attending Pennsyl
vania University, Donald McKoo,
Ralph Luikhart, North Evans, Hat
field, and Don Stionburg. Tho Army
was represented by three, Dick Pad
dock, Harry Ingles, and Dale McDon
ald, Whilo Tom Doyle, Halo and Dal
ton were from Annapolis. Ralph Coad
from Columbia made tho list com
plete. , AVi students, should visit tho "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
Chris Relmers, '09, who has been,
holding a responsible position with
tho Homestake Mining Company in
South Dakota since his graduation,
stopped off in 'Lincoln last wook on
his way to Brazil," South America,
where he is interested in a gold min
The Hyde Printery, 1331 P St., up-to-date
printing of all kinds.
U of IN' Jewelry
Cuff Buttons Sl-OO to 10 00 Bar Pins $1.00 to 0.00 .TIo Clasp f 1.60 to 0.00
Hat Pins 60o to 3 00 Coat Chain 91.50 to 0.00 Fobe 50o to 7.00
Bcnrf PIna 60c to 4.00 Plnn 26c to 6.00
Engineering Socloty, Dramatlo Clnfo, Cuomlcal Club, Palladlan and Union Boclotlos.
School of MuBlOfSoals, etc.
Bu.uHE.,.7, HALLETT "JSJ"
Miss Julia Korsmoyor, who was ab
sent from her lassos for a wook. be
fore vacation on account of lllnoss,
has returned to her work.
Goorgo Bros., Dance Programs, Mon
ogram Stationery, Motto Cards..
Professor Hinman, who has been
seriously ill" with typhoid fever for
two months, has resumed part of his
Mako your dates early with Hagon
sick's Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
Tho Pacific Northwestern Confer
ence has abandoned basket-ball and
baseball as conferenco sports. Failure
to pay expenses from tho games was
given as tho reason.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop, 120
Hazel Howard, who loft school tho
end of last week, went through a suc
cessful operation at an Omaha hos
Ci H. Froy, florist, 1133' O St. tf
Ted Marrinor, cleaner and presser,
is still at 235 'No. 11th. Auto 1709. tf
The dead sure thing is
often more dead than
But there's nothing dead
about our new suits and
overcoats they are the
essence of life and style.
It is a sure thing that
these new clothes are
chock full of satisfaction
Buy now at Thanks
giving time and you'll
always thank yourself for
your good fortune.
$15 to $30.
JYiAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora' Red Oak
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
" S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Palronagi Solicited
Ocker Engraving Go.
Engraved invitation in 48
, m hours if necessary
Room 316 Browned Blk.
For yonrStoalcs, Chop aad Quick
The New York Chop House
Open Day arid Night
1840 O Street
FOUND -On campuB, a gold ring sot
with six diamonds. See Business
FOUND In M. B. building, small
leather purse, with namo Aural M.
Scott. Call at ofllco of powor lab
oratory In M. E. building. 48-3
LOST Silver moBh coin purse. Re
ward for roturn to NobraBkan ofllco.
LOST Sealskin collar and purse.
Initials on tho purso and gold em
broidery, Was sitting in section E
on south sido. Mrs. H. A. Roeso,
1135 So. 20th St. 46-3
TAKEN BY MISTAKE Groy srtlppod
overcoat from basomont of Library
building. Pleaso return to' Rag
TAKEN BY MISTAKE A black
stripped ovorcoat from basomont of
Library building. Findor pleaso
loave at Rag ofllco. 46-3
LOST Phi Alpha Tau pin. Roturn to
Rag ofllco. Reward. 46 3
EXCHANGED by mistako at Sopho
moro Hop, a Walkover pump for
Millor & Paino pump. Call Auto
FOR RENT One largo front room,
with alcovo; strictly modorn; $15
for 2; $18 for 3. 637 So. 17th St.
Auto 1768. 46-3t
TWO largo furnished rooms for rent,
second floor, modern houBo. Auto
4085. 721 So. 11th St.
AUTO DELIVERY CO.
Bellf333 1 18 North ij St. Auto 3333
Baggage :: Freight
Give us a call
Michigan or Nebraska
with a pound box of candy 80c
Vleler Drug Co.
We serve the purest and .
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
Student's 3-Course Lunch 15c
RENT YOUR TYPEWMTER
; Any Make :: Any Time
3 MONTHS $6.00
The Largest Stock in the West -
Lincoln Typewriter Exchange Co.
TODAY 3:30 TONIGHT 8:15
Kibble & Martin's
UNCLE TOMS CABIN
Mat., 25c & 10c. Night, 60c o 10c
8at. Mat. & Night, Dec. 9
"THE WH.I T E 8 I 8 T E W'
With Jeanne Towler
Mat., $1 to 26c. Night, $1.60 to 25c
S.S ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Monday Night, Dec. 4
"A Romance of the Underworld"
The Avon Comedy Four
Chick and Chlcklets
. Burnham and Greenwood
Three Hlckey Brothers
Matinees Best 8eats 25c .
Nights 15c, 25c, 35c and 50o
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
12th and O Streets
P. J. HALL. Pmldent
F. B. JOHNSON, VlM-Pmldent
W. W. HACKNEY, JR., Am. Cuk.
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
CityY. M.C. A. 13(hanP.
WHAT DO YOU NEED
In oar line of PnrapnW
all kinds' ol
Van Tine Printing Ciiiiif
121 N. I4th XI.
Oysters any style.
Fancy SANDWICHES and
SALADS served at all hours
1406 O STREET
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