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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Y. M. C. A. TO ENTERTAIN
'Olympic TryoutB to Be Made Occasion
The Freshmen tryouts for the Olym
pics to be held In the Armory Nov. 9
will be mnde the occasion of a big get
together social for 1916.
Plans perfected Tuesday contem
plate a combination of the try-out
stunts with a social time and a feed.
The University Y. M C. A. will have
charge of the refreshment features,
which will be free.
This innovation furnishes an oppor
tunity Tor all men of tile Freshmen
class to get acquainted, arouse class
spirit and "pep up" for the Olympics.
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llagensick's Orchestra. Auto 9042
Telephone Yule Bros at once.
Alppt me at Green's, 120 North 11th
Jones' Orchestra. Phone L-8605
C H. Frey, University florist, 1133
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Call Roy O Wardo, dance orchestra,
Auto 718G, L8152.
"We have the best workman, the larg
est, most sanitary and modern barber
Bhbp and bathhouse in the city Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited
Green's, 120 North Eleventh
Change in Prom Date.
Chairman Sweely announces that
the Benior prom will bo held January
18, not January 24, as previously
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repaired by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able prices. Mrs. Bricka, 315 South
17th Auto B-4844 Adv. 10-2 It
Junior Football Notice.
All juniors who have ever played
football, and who are eligible for Ju
nior athletics, are requested to meet
Frank Kruse today at 11 o'clock at the
east entrance of the Armory. It is
very Important that every husky be
there. Leonard Purdy, Chairman.
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GOVERNOR CHESTER H. ALDRICH
O. S. U. '88
Candidate tor Re-eiection.
The governor has always Bhown
himself n true friend or the University
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MISS FLORENCE FISHEB.
LEADING LADY WITH
in "THE TYPHOON"
You will have to wear that drill suit
In a few days. Let us clean and press
It. Special price of 95c for this week
only. We call for and deliver. The
StudentB Sultorlum, 1504 No. 15th St.
Phones Auto B-1294, Bell F-3438 Adv.
Let Ted clean your garments.
DO YOUR WASHING
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fc Antiseptic Barber Shop.
-fc Any Style Halrcuttlng 25 cents, -fc
Best Service. Try Us. -fc
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
213-215 North 9th St.
MEAL TICKETS $2.00 AND UP
LITTLE GEM HOT WAFFLES AND MAPLE SYRUP A SPECIALTY
WE CATER TO VARSITY STUDENTS
A Man With a RECORD for DOING THINGS
CONGRESSMAN GEO. W. NORRIS
Progressive-Republican Nominee for United States Senator
Congressman Norris 1b a National Leader in the movement for a hotter
and cleaner government, and his ten years of experience in CongreBB will
make him a power for good in the United States Semite.
Some of the Great Battles in Which He has been a Leader
The overthrow of t'annonlsm
Against Machine Rule and for Representative Government.
Against the Standard Oil Interests, resulting In the pluoing of crudo oil
and Its products on the Free List
For a fair Investigation and against' a "whlto-waBh" of t,ne Balllngor
For an honest revision of the Tariff downward.
Against the Canadian Trade Agreement (so-called Canadian Reciprocity).
His single-handed and masterly exposition of the gigantic International
Coffee Trust has attracted the attention of the erttlre world.
Some of the Important Movements He is Now Leading
For a Presidential Primary.
Against Machine Control and Boss Rule.
For Publicity of Committee Hearings.
Aealnjtt Uxo "Secret Caucus" method of controlling legislation.
To take the entire Poatal Service out of politics and placo It In th
Classified Service, that the people may have the best posslblo service for the
least expense and a business Postal Service instead of a hugo political
Congressman Norris has long been identified with the movement for a
return to direct government by the people, and strongly favors such meas
ures as the Initiative and Referendum, Publicity of Campaign Contributions,
Direct Flection of United States Senators, etc
Not only Nebraska the Nation needs Congressman Norris In the Unlteo
Mr. Norris wilTSpeak at the Auditorium this Evening, Thursday,
October 31, at 8 o'clock.
THIS WEEK ONLY
We will make up our No. 1099 French Blue Serge
with Serge-Mohair or Imported Venetian Lining
Regular $35.00 Goods. See our window.
Jones and Dalling, ii5rh'eventh st
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