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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
CLASS PRESENT IN PLACE
JoneB' Orchestra. Phono L-8606.
The cups won by the Btock Judging
team at Kansas City are here, and they
are well worth the worth the boyB did
to earn them. '
Meet me at Green's, 120 North 11th.
K. L. Currier returned Monday from
St. Edward, Neb., where ho spent a
few days In the Interests of the farm
management department of the Ne
braska Experiment Station.
Telephone Yule Bros at onco.
The StudentB' Sultorlum, cleaning
and pressing, 504 No. 15th St. Auto
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Au School Convocation.
A musical program was given at con-
vocation of the School of Agriculture
Tuesday morning. Mr. Frank Broder
gave several enjoyable selections, ac
companied by Miss Louise Mote.
Hagenslck's Orchestra. Auto 9042.
The Deutscher Geselliger Vereln will
Initiate the new members on Thursday
of this week at Mr. Stanley's, 2327
Washington street. Take College View
and Normal, or Seventeenth and Sum
ner cars. Initiation begins promptly
at 8 o'clock. Come and witness all.
C. II. Frey, University florist, 1133
Bcssey Gets New Work.
The new Century Encyclopedia,
which has just been Issued in a re
vised form, has been purchased by
Dr. Bessey and placed In his ofTlce.
Students wishing to refer to this are
at liberty to do so, providing they call
during his office hours.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Hop Committee to Meet.
There will be a meeting of the fresh
man hop committee Thursday, 11:30,
In U. Hall, room 102. This is the first
meeting in anticipation of the big
dance December 14. It Is very impor
tant that the entire committee be
Call Hoy O. Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 7186, L-8152.
Gaines to Speak on Cholera.
There will be a meeting of the Agri
cultural Club In the geography lecture
room Saturday night, November 9. Dr.
Gaines will talk on "New Phases of
Hog Cholera" and the stock Judging
team will tell how they placed Just
at the English Royal Stock Show at
We have the beat workman, the larg
est, moat sanitary and modern barber
shop and bathhouse In the city. Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited.
Green's, 120 North Eleventh.
See The "CULLINAN"
our show window this wsek. Our reputation is a good thing to take into con
sideration when pondering where to buy a Diamond.
Noble Faced Clock to Be 8avlng of De-J
llnquonta, Fussers and Smokers. '
The long-heralded, marble-faced clock j
which wns the gift of the class of 1912
has at last been set into its place above
the library steps. From one cause or
another the gift, which was to have
been here in time to be presented to
the University on graduation day lust
year, did not arrive until about three
weeks ago. Since that time work on
Installing it has been going on so
slowly that Its final Installation yester
day passed without attracting any at
Just at present the hands point un
waveringly to the hour of 12. It will
soon be connected with the electric
system which controls the other clocks
on the campuB and its work will begin
Doubtless In the future all fussers'
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who stanq outsiue the gate aim hiiiokp,
will find it convenient, for they can
then time the length of their lndulg
ence in the "vile weed" to the fraction
of a second without the risk of being
late to clasB. Yea, verily, 'tis far su
perior to the nickel-plated IngerBoll, so
let us give thanks. O'H.
SOPH HOP TICKETS ON SALE
Chairman Swift Begins Work on Big
Second Year Dance, Nov. 22.
Tickets for the sophomore hop will
be placed on sale today. The number
has been limited to 125, including com
plimentarles. Vhen this number has
been sold it will be Impossible to get a
Louie Hagensick, who will furnish
the music for the occasion, has just re
turned from New York City with an
entire new line of pieces, which will
be rendered for the first time at this
Tickets may be had on and after to
day from Russell Swift, chairman;
George Spooner, Ed PettiB, Louie
Meier, Walter Klopp, and at the Co-Op
The dance will be held November 22
at the Lincoln Hotel.
WANTED A room-mate by a fresh
man engineer. 534 No. 12th st.
Phone Auto L-9863. 34 2t
ROOM and board at "Ladies' Home,"
1029 R st. 10-30 6t
FOR RENT All modern furnished
room for two gentlemen. 235 No.
16th at. 10-30 3t
LOST In Chemical Lecture Hall, No
vember 5, small leather coin purse.
Please return to Rag office. 11-6 It
Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and ropalrod by an experienced dress
maker. Satisfactory work at reaaon
able prlceB. Mra. Brlcka, 315 South
17th. Auto B-4844. Adv. 10-2 It
fac-simlle of . the largest
Diamond in the world, in
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Night, $1.50 to 50c. Mat. $1.00 to 50c
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Prices $2.00 to 50c.
Frl., 8at. &. 8at. Mat. Nov. 8-9.
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In the Tyrol the Arlberg Valley
Her Bitter Lesson
The Old Chess Player
3 Shows Dally 2, 7 and 9 P. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 OStr., Sooth Side.
Read the "Rag"
the Shows with
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