The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 01, 1912, Image 5

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CAMPUS NOTES
OUR OVERCOAT SHOWING
Florence Nnson of Omaha npent the
week-end at the PI Beta Phi hoime
HogenBlck'B OrcheHtra. Auto 0042
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Senior Prom Notice.
The senior prom committee will
meet in U. 102 Tuesday at 11.30. 1m
portant.
Telephono Yulo IlroK at once.
College Girls' Meeting.
The college, girls' meeting on Friday
from 12 to 12:15 will he presided oei
by MIsb Christine (Maiissen.
Meet me at Green's, 120 North 11th
Dr. Hitchcock of the United States
Forestry Survey and former graduate
of Nebraska visited the botany depart
ment this week.
JoneB' Orchestra. Phone 1,-800!)
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Soph Olympic Tryouts.
Tryouts for the sophomore Olympic
team will be held Tuesday night. Fur
ther announcement will be made later
O. II. Frey, University florist, 1133
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A letter from Fdmond llerger, 12,
locates him at Neodesha, Kas . where
he has a position with the Standaid
Oil Company of Kansas.
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Complete in every lespect, there isn't a correct style
desired that we can't show you.
Two-piece Scotch and English weaves with half silk
linings. English Coats, Auto Coats, Convertible
Coats and Chesterfield models with velvet or sell
collars.
See our new Chinchilla coat with shawl collars, belt
ed backs, full belt, short or long lengths. Also our
line of comfy ulsters in rich fancy mixtures.
Many of the fellows have bought here already. If
you want a real smart style come in.
Suits and O'coats $10, $15,, $20, $25 and Up.
FITFORM
THE LARGEST AND
MAYER BROS. CO.
BEST LINE OF SWEATERS IN THE CITY.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Bessey at Lotus Club.
Dr. Pessey spoke yesterday after
noon before the Lotus Club Ills .sub
ject was "A Potanical Travelogue "
Call Roy O. Warde, dance orchestra.
Auto 718C, L-8152.
This looks like winter and overeo-ils
Let us get you ready for the cold The
Students' Sultorium, Auto It I2!l, Itell
F-3438.
College Tea Today.
Ml l'iu ern ':irl.s are requested to.
bear in iiiiihI the college tea which
will lie gien ihiH afternoon in the
rt Hall Irom '' to !" o'clock
You will hae to wear thai dull suit
in a few d.ij.s Let us clean .uid pr ss
it Special pi ice of H'ic for this week
only We (all tor and deliver The
Students Suitoi nun, 1."(ll No lath St
Phones uto ItllMU. Hell F :U:iK d
Chapm Sisters Entertain.
The Misses Chapin entertained in
honor of the Uichards-ltirkner weddniK
party yesterday at their home Irom ."
nil i; The quests were friends ot the
eiiRaRerl couple
Mr and T.ns- Weatiierly will enter
tain the University students at then
home, ivu South Twenty tilth street.
We have the best workman, the lurg- at X o clock this e'iiing i ms is uic
est, most sanitary and modern barber second of a series ot socials Held ea n
Bhop and bathhouse in the city Stu ear, and students have come to know
dent patronage kindly solicited I that they stand for a good time.
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Field Geography 21 Trip.
stationed on the Missoula national for
The class In held geography 121 will em during the past summer, has re
make the ftoca trip next Saturda ,' turned to the University to take post
November 2, leaving via the Union j graduate work in forest r Wohlen
Paciflc at 11 a. m and returning via, berg and Fullaway, who returned last
the Burlington at f : :$0 p. m.
directions will be
trance to U. 7.
Further week, were together most of the sum-
found at the en- mer getting experience tor tneir grau--N.
A Hengston. uate work.
CONGRESSMAN
JOHN A. MAGUIRE
FOR RE-ELECTION
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repairod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reason
able priceB. Mrs. Brlcka, 315 South
17th. Auto 13-4844. Adv. 10-2 It
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THE MOST
ACCURATE .22
CALIBER Repeating
Rifle in the WORLD.
Made in two models: ono
lor .ti Diion n. r. car
tridges the other for .&2 Long
Hillo R. V.
STEVENS
"VISIBLE LOADING"
RIFLE NO. 70.
LIST
PRICE
$8.00
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Handles 15 .22
Short nnd 13 .22
long riflo cartridges.
Send for handsomely
illustrated Hide Cata
log and "How to Shoot
Well".
Order Stevens Rifles
Pistols and Shotguns
from your Dealer.
J. STEVENS ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Box B004,
CHICOPEE PALLS. MASS.
LET THE
EVANS
LAUNDRY
DO YOUR WASHING
BULLETINS on i MISSOURI GAME
Will be announced play by play at
HARRY PORTER'S The University Stationer
1123 O STREET