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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1912)
THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM LEAVES
Leonard Hoagland, '09, 1h visiting at
the Delta Tan Delta houBe.
Jones' Orchestra. Phono L 8G05
Amelia Anheuser, '12, of Omaha Is
v I s i 1 1 n k frlendH at Gertrude Hall.
Meet me at Greon'R, 120 North 11th
Ralph Halligan or North IMatte, re
entered University last week and will
complete hifl law course.
Telephone Yule Bros at oncof
A. M. Oherfelter, '10, an Innocent
and prominent member of his class,
was a campus visitor yesterday morn
ing Hagenslck's Orchestra Auto 9042
South Dakota Girl Here.
Miss Mabelle Eastman, an Alpha Xi
Delia from South Dakota, has been vis
iting the local chapter.
Prey, University florist, 1133
Visits on Way to Omaha.
Mildred Hevins visited at the Alpha
Xi Delta house on the way to the
Teachers' Association in Omaha.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter and
Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th.
Alice and Marie Hermansen
ney, and Miss Peterson of University
Place are visiting at
Call Roy O Warde, dance orchestra,
Auto 718G, L8152.
Lofgren On Campus.
Guh Lofgren, '12, and Mr. Mills, as
sistant coach at the Omaha High
School, spent the week-end at the Sig
ma Alpha Epsilon house.
The Students' Suitorlum, cleaning
and pressing, 504 No. 15th St. Auto
Frandsen to Omaha.
Professor Frandsen of the dairy de
partment left for Omaha Wednesday
night to give a talk before the agri
cultural section of the Nebraska State
We have the best workman, the larg
est, most Banitary and modern barber
Bhop and bathhouse In the city. Stu
dent patronage kindly solicited.
Green's, 120 North Eleventh.
Mi6S Washburn Goes to Manila.
Miss Orvilla Washburn, '11, sails
from San Francisco November 9 for
Manila She will teach there in the
training school under the board of tho
Methodist Episcopal church.
Ladies' clothing cleaned, remodeled
and repairod by an experienced dress
maker Satisfactory work at reason
able prices Mrs. Bricka, 315 South
17th Auto B-4844 Adv. 10-2 It
Farm Entomologists Busy.
Ten thousand specimens of insects
collected during the summer are being
worked over and grouped by tho assist
ants in the entomology department at
the State Farm.
Captain Boggs and Team Leave for
Columbia Today Team In Fair
Captain Boggs and his crosscountry
brothers depart for Columbia, Mo , to
day to compete in the second annual
cross country run next Saturday The
run last year was held at Lawrence,
Kas , the day of tho Nebraska Kansas
football came. The Cornhusker team
was disqualified last year when one of
the runners became ill during the run
Those making tho trip are Captain
Boggs. Cutrlght. V. Smith, Diers and
Anderson The team is In Tair shape ' mb,.r 8 ,,M2 No morP (lrk(tH wl
ror the meet While not expecting to,,,p vnlMllt(.(, for ,, ,, ,, Tm.k
make a clean sweep of things, they are i rmnn Jr nil(1l()r of ,,., ()rganl7.a
expecting to place well toward the tPl(onH
of the list of winners Kubik, who has
shown up prominently In all piellml
nary tryouts, will not be able to ae
company the team on account of a
couple of bad ankles
The run will be five miles in length,
all of the Missouri Valley Conference
schools being represented Quite a
number of schools not members of the
conference have been invited to par
ticipate In the run, and a good bunch
of runners will start. The Ames team,
last year's champions of the Missouri
Valley and the Western Conference,
has fond hopes of repeating the trick
again this year It looks as if they
might he able to do it, for three mem
bers of last year's team are on the
team this year Hut we have not given
up all hopes and expect to give the
M illlll ID l ,WWU I kill IVM 111 II lllllll J ,
letting the mknow that the Cornhusk-
ers are still alive
Lincoln Couple Married Last Evening.
Well Known on Campus.
The marriage of Miss May Louise
Richards of Lincoln to Hugo Ernst
Birkner, ex-'ll, also of Lincoln, was
solemnized last evening in the ball-
DO YOUR WASHING
Lincoln Hotel Tickets $1.25
Hagensick's Orchestra Friday, Nov. 8, 1912
We serve the purest and i Huyler's Chocolates
best HOT and COLD RE- ! $1.00 Fountain Pens
FRESHMENTS in the city , $1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
It is very important that every fresh
man man be at the gymnasium next
Saturday evening All final arrange
ments will he announced for the Olym
pics and every man will be given a
place AH men wishing to ti out for
the crosscountry repoit at the gym
Saturday morning at 9 ,'iO sharp--
One hundred and thirty two tickets.
Inclusive of all compllmentarles. have
,)(ipn vall(lat((1 for thl, H0IlU)r hoUj N()
Nov fi. 1912
WANTKI) A toom mate by a frosh
man engineer fi.'H No 12th st
l'hone Auto L 9Ri;:! 34 2t
ROOM and hoard at
1029 R st
10 30 Gt
FOR KKNT All modern furnished
room for two gentlemen 235 No
16th st 10 30 3t
LOST A I'ocketbook containing about
$30 in bills. Kindly return and name
vour own reward 11-2388 1 1-7 3t
room of the Lincoln Hotel at 8 30 p m
The bride is well remembered among
University friends as one active in
Lincoln so iety circles Mr Mrkner Is
a member or the Phi Delta Theta fia
The wedding was attended by mem
bets of the Kappa Alpha Theta soror
it y and the Phi Delta Theta fraternltv
LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 South 12th St.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
rVfl 'Vb yw w() mm I mAr r W -A
Tonight at 8:15
CHARLE8 FROHMA Presents
Donald Brian in "The Siren"
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1 & 50c
Frl. Sat. A. 8at. Mat. Nov. 8-9
THE WHITE SLAVE
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 50 &. 25c
"THE COBURN PLAYERS"
HERBERT ASHLEY &. AL LEE
JESSE L. LASKY
THE BOUNDING PATTERSONS
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 25c.
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c.
3 L Y R I C
Henry Hargrave & Co.
3 Shows Daily 2, 7 and 9 p. M.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS
Visit the most enjoy
able and up to date
Programmes given at
1329 0 Str., South Side.
Y. M. C. A.
if Antiseptic Barber Shop. if
if Any Style Halrcuttlng 25 cents. if
if Beat Service. Try Us. if
Sfaulb like yiutr fflurk.
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GIVE US A CHANCE
126 N. 14th S our Sample!
Let Ted clean your garments.
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