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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1913)
THE DAILY NIBRASKAN
Thur., Fri., Sat., Oct. 2, 3, 4
With Eddie Cantor and George
Jessel and a Company of
20 KLEVER KID KOMIKS 20
Fred Hamlll and Charlie Abate
FIDDLER & SHELTON
SHEPPARD A GEORGE
Eddie Mack and Dot Williams
Mon., Tues., Wednesday, Sept. 29,
30, Oct. 1.
MAULEY & BINGHAM
EARL GIRDELLER AND DOGS
"EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES'
"DADDY'S SOLDIER BOY"
"FOR OLD TIMES' SAKE"
COMING THUR., FRI., SAT.
"WHO WILL MARRY MARY?"
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY
SELF CONVICTED (2 reels)
The Confeiter's Confederate
POKER PAID By Lubin
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
MiSGOTTEN GAINS (2 reels)
SWEET REGENGE By Ess.
THE INVADER By Lub
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
The Battle of Ft. Laramie (2 reels)
SATURDAY HOLIDAY By Bio.
DAY OF THE PONY EXPRESS
Day of the Pony Express By Ess.
University Jeweler and Optician
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED m
1132 0 Street
Popular Price Out
fitters to Men
CLOUDS OF GLOOM BREAK
WORK DONE BY BIG WISCONSIN'S
MEN SATURDAY AND YES
TERDAY IS BETTER.
LINE GROWS IN STRENGTH
Backfield Seems Scheduled to Be the
Star Machine of the Middle
(H. V. HARLAN.)
Coach "Jumbo" Stiehm Hold a select
party yesterday afternoon on the Corn
hiiRher field. A decidedly pleasant
time was reported. The gueBtB whlled
away the afternoon with signal prac
tice and scrimmage. Due to the damp
condition of the lawn, this scrimmage
oaCQnflried to the northenst section
of said lawn. Despite the wetness
underfoot, hope sprang anew In the
hearts of the Cornhuskers for two rea
sons, to-wit.: (1) Towle is back in the
game, and (2) the varsity line begins
to faintly resemble a stone wall.
Among the prominent guests present
were Messrs. Purdy, Howard, Ruther
ford, Towle, Mastln, Halligan, and
Towle Back In the Game.
Max Towle, star quarterback of last
year's team, came out for practice for
the first time this season. Stiehm
worked Beck at quarter during the
first section of the scrimmage with
the scrubs. Towle went In for the last
section. Both men ran the team well,
Towle doing exceptionally well for
stepping into the game with but little
knowledge of the signals The entire
time was spent in perfecting line
plunges and forward passes.
Backfiield Playing Great Ball.
The Cornhusker backfield Is running
like a well-oiled piece of machinery.
It is second to none in the west.
Purdy, Howard, and Rutherford plunge
hard, run fust, and are working to
gether in great shape.
While the backfield is playing the
game consistently, the line is still
weak. The linemen are working hard
and persistently, however, ami are fast
getting into shape Last night's scrim
mage found them weak at times, let
ting the scrub linemen go through
them like a bullet through cheese. But
at other tunes the varsity line resem
bled the Gatun Dam
Prospects Are Brighter.
With the backfield rapidly gaining
strength and the line becoming less
penetrable, Cornhusker prospects are
taking on a rosy hue. If no more
men are laid up on the cripple list
by the time of the Gopher engagement
u stiff fight is probable
1917 WILL RALLY AT 11:00
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therefore which first undertakes strict
organization and preparation for clash
will ohvlously have the advantage.
Until three years ago the sophomores
had succeeded in walloping the neo
phytes completely, while last year,
though they lost the big scrap, they
won the day by point-getting in the
athletic contests. In the intervening
two years the freshles made history
by easily defeating their higher class
through force of numbers. What is to
be the outcome of the morning of Oc
tober 11 is the question that holds the
school spellbound. "Get busy" is the
watchword wIiobg frequent use now
will determine the victors later.
buys a MOORE'S NON
a BIG BEN alarm clock
WE HAVE BOTH
Eit. 1871 Uii. Jewtltr 1143 0 St.
DO YOUR WASHING
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N BtreoL
Rooms in modern home, close In, .
one single, one large double front room
for Uni girlB. 1439 S St.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Jones' Orchestra, Lr9666.
Loeb's Orchestra, L-9896 or B-1392.
FIRST LIEUTENANT uniform for
sale. Saber, belt and puttees Includ
ed. Last year's suit, good condition.
EXCHANGED In U Hall, a raincoat.
Please call B-1G54.
LOST Lady's finger ring, moonstone
surrounded with small diamonds.
Return to Rag office.
Engage "formal" music. Hagenslck.
We Sell and Recommend
mF Famous Shoes for Men. mJ
BYRNES SHOE COMPANY
1307 0 Street
We Cater to Student Trade
Our Dining Room is Complete to serve
you anything in the Eatable Line. Open
after the Shows, Dances and Parties. We
make our own Ice Cream, Sherbets and
Punches for Parties.
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