The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 04, 1912, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
STUNT DAYS FOR CO EDS.
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Girls' Club and Y. W. Plan to Offer
Many Entertainments This Year.
Friday and Saturday aro to bo
"stunt days" for tho co-odH of tho
UnlvorBlty, according to plana which
have filtered through tho Girls' Club
and the Y W Little social gatherings
have been planned for and are to bo
followed by others at Intervals
The flrHt of theRe is the glrlB' meet
Iiik In the Y W (' A rooms from 12
to 12-lfi today Miss Evangeline Long
will preside, and Miss Kuhn will Blng
The weekly University tea will be
held In the afternoon from 3 to 5 In
Art Hall Several of tho ladies of the
faculty nre always at these teas, and
the girls who come gain their ac
quaintance besides meeting classmates
For Saturday of next week a novel
stunt has been planned by tho GlrlB'
Club board, which met yesterday
morning It will consist of a breakfaBt
at the State Farm, and something un
usual In the way of girls' gntherlngs is
expected Further announcements in
regard to this will be made later
SOPH ENTERS RACE
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no.k'. wherein candidates are required
to file at a certain time and placo in
order to be placed on the ballot, this
Inactivity at the last minute of the
"open season" seems out of place, con
Hlderlng that the-e is nothing to be
gained by dilatory tactics
Thursday was to have been the last
day on which candidates might Hie, but
this period has been oxtended one day,
closing at f o'clock tonight, In order
that no one may be excluded through
a misunderstanding of the time How
ever, since only the names which are
given in before that time go on the
ballots, It will be necessary for would
be candidates to take definite action
today.
PHI ALPHA TAUS TO MEET.
First Meeting of Year to Be Held Next
Tuesday to Discuss Tariff Question.
There will be a meeting of Phi Alpha
Tau at the Temple cafeteria at G.30
Tuesday night.
The tariff question will be discussed
and all the members are requested to
be present.
THE COLLEGE PAPER
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the school's teams are defoated In
every game, there is no athlete who
is not referred to as worthy of a place
on the all-star aggregations.
In the early days of higher educa
tion college papers appeared Intermit
tantly, once or twice a year; then the
publication stalked forth in monthly
form with long stories and treatises;
later tho advertisers were induced to
pay for weekly Issucb; and now any
large university should be able to pub
lish a morning and an evening dally
Whatever may become of the college
paper of future years, even though it
continues to rustle Its pageB in the
faceB of many non-BiibscrlberB, it will
never loBe any of its vigor until all
thlngB collegiate pass away. Denver
Clarion.
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repaired by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able prices Mrs. Hrlcka, 315 South
17th. Auto B-4844 Adv. 10 2 11
Call Hoy O. Warde, dance orchestra
Auto 7186, L-8152.
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In College the fastidiousness of a
man's nature crops out if it ever does.
Rollicking young chaps, careless
yet particular, more thorough in styles than in
studies, there's a reason why they flock to us.
Smart, distinctive L SYSTEM
and KKNMOR Suits, $14.50 to $30 -designed
and tailored to enthuse young men. English
models with the soft roll lapels and natural should
ers much "class." Comein and look them over.
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Magee & Deemer
Copyright 1912 The Houk o KuppenhcmM
THEATRES
..OLIVER THEATRE..
Tonight, Friday, Saturday and Sat. Matinee
Gertrude Ewing Company
PRESENTING
To-night --' Sopho."
Sat. Mntmee---"No'h Ca'lina Fo'ka."
Saturday Night---"The Revelation."
Night, 30c, 20c and 10c; Mat. 25c
ORPHEUM
Advanced Vaudeville
Mailncn. cicrpi MuniUyi. 2 IS, hvrninci at 8 15.
Ilrll I'lmiir ') Auto 1528
VENITA GOULD
THE DAVIES FAMILY
Tommy Kelly &. Lafferty Mamie
C. S. Winslow &. Bessie Stryker
BOBBIE AND DALE
THE STANLEYS
BECK AND HENNY
Matinees, 2:15 Prices 15c and 25c
Night, 8:15 Prices 15, 25, 35, 50c
Everything the Student Needs in
Toilet Articles Pennants and TRUSSES
Stationery Athletic Supporters Gunther's
Safety Razors Elastic Stockings Lowney's and
Fountain Pens Shoulder Braces Guth's Candies
BEST SODA WATER AND LUNCHE8 IN THE CITY
Gefrtih
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THE UNIVERSITY MEN'S TAILORS
W could make them "Cheaper," but we "Won't "
WeVould make them "Better." but we "Can't."
LARGEST STOCK OF WOOLENS IN THE WEST AND AT POPULAR
PRICES, TOO.
CLEANING
PRESSING
REPAIRING
Auto 6087
RUN )Y OLD U. OF N. MEN
Jones & Hailing, 135no.h
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LYRIC
Thuraday, Friday and Saturday
BULGERS GOATS
In a Screaming Production
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
INGALLS. DUFF1ELD AND 1NGALLS
Photo Playi
MARY IN STACELAND."
PATHE WEEKLY
"THE FILIBUSTER SHIP "
"HIS LORDSHIP. THE VALET."
3 Shows Daily 2, 9 and 9 P. M.
ALL SKATS 10 CENTS
Mr. lVed Burr. ex-NebraBka '10, haB
returned from a buslneBH trip in Texas
and Colorado.
504 North 15th Street
THE STUDENTS' SUITORIUM
GET A CLUB TICKET
4 Suits or 3 Suits and Overcoat pressed for 1.50.
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