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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Fri., Sat. & Sat., Mat., Oct. 10-11
Fairy land HxtravaRan.i
THE TIK TOK MAN OF OZ
Original Company of 100
Direct from 4 Months in Clmao
NiKht $2 to 50c Mat $1 to 50
Thurs. Fri., Sat. Oct. 9-10-11.
MILTON POLLOCK & CO.
"SPEAKING TO FATHER."
The Oklahoma Cowboy
"THE TITANIC DISASTER"
LORNA and TOOTS .POUNDS
rg Australian rvmreer
GENE MULLER TRIO
LAFRANCE & McKNAB
FRANCES & DEMAR
Mat. Thurs., Fri., 15 25c. Sat., 15,
25c, 50c. Night at 8:15. Prices
15, 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Mop., Tues., Wed., October 6-7-8.
KNIGHT BROS & SAWTELLE
DIXON & HANSON
In "Joining the Navy."
"A RAY OF GOD'S SUNSHINE
Three Shows Daily 2, 7, 9 a. m.
Mat. All Seats 10c. Night 15c.
L. C. Smith & Bros.
125 North 13th, Lincoln, Neb.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Type
writer is invaluable to college stu
dents who want a record of their
college work after graduation.
We give special attention to the
needs of students. We have tyre
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bar
gain. WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
I Features foi Thursday: 1
L Under the Daisies. 1 reels A
'J UisSeciet Bio Diama I
And the W'akh Came Back 1
I Foi Friday After noon andHveg. 1
1 'I he Two Motheis 1 reel. I
1 TheTenr'ei foot Crook, Comd'v I
I Autocrats of Flapjack June-
lion C( nudy I
I0WANS FEEL CONFIDENT OF
SUCCESS OF GRIDIRON SEASON
Second Team's Work in Ames Game
Raises Hope Meet Mount Ver
Iowa Cit, Iowa. Oct 7 (Special )
With a ictory of 1f to :l against the
State Normal last Saturday the Hawk
eye foothiill season is now well started
with tlie brightest prospects in many
years Tims far this season there
has not heen an injury to mar the
work Coach I law ley is conlldent of
several further victories, barring mis
haps More than two teams were
played during the amc last Saturday,
main of the second team making won
derful showings Dick. Parsons, Cap-
tain McOinnis, Kirk, (iiirms, Ho won of
1 the first train showed up in almost
Because of the extraordinary show-
ing made by the members of the sec-i-owl
t-nn-m lnn Ka-Hmhy Hie ndvnnce
1 lineup next Saturday against Cornell
can not even be guessed. It is likely,
however, that the regular squad will
I be started and others substituted, pro-
1 viding the game starts the. swing to
' the Hawkeyo favor. This will prob-
1 ably happen, as it is understood that
the Mt Vernon collegians are weak
this fall, having lost many of their
veterans through graduation and
through a fraternity quarrel lasl
OLYMPHICS RALLIES 7 P. M.
Continued fiom page I
signal tin two classes will clash in
til' ,ent,r of the field The object of
tin tight will Ik for each side to
g I as many ol the opposing indivi.l
.iab as possil le over then own goal
Inn Such a plan is intended to g've
e.K h i".li nlual an opportunity to "get
in tin game'- and the opportunity for
flu ii man to put up all the light h
wi in- i, limited only bv his own ca
pa'ulities The libt will last twenty
Speeril attention of both classes s
called to two verv important rulings
in connection with the light Abso
'uiely no shoe, or heavy footwear will
i)c allov. ed Male feet, tennis shoes
and M.ek.-. not strong enough to be de
sli,iieCiVe will ht allowed Moreovi ,
Dean KnhoiL' ha- sent special noti'-e
to the Nebraskan ollice as I'ollov.s.
" oi k missed Saturday on account en
tin Olympics intisl be made up at as
eaily a dale as possible Instincts m
til-- subject allected will grant pe.
inr.sion to do this"
'i he Ohnipit coinnii'tees are as foi
Freshmen- Harold .Morgai., chair
man. Brian O'Brian. bo.ing; ICrnc -.t
Cut n.el, i ielicin Ik-II light; Ernest
lloppc, wrestling event. Jack Hart
man, boxing event; Grove Fort r.
wrestling event; K A. Corelson, free-foi-ail.
riophomore: M. L. Foteet, chair
man, Ro. Carerjun, Bill Locke, class
rush, J. L. .McMasters, G. F. Dieben
doifer medicine ball; Henry Fused,
wrestling; Walter llixenhaugh, boxing
Waldman's Orchestra, phone L-!)543
Leader, a student of University.
Thr Peru Club will be entertained
by Miss Lonils at the Home Economic
Hail, University Farm campus, Satur
daj evening, October 11. (thurs, Fri,
and Pat )
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
3ln (!Pr lap
Pages From Past History
The Hock Island Route makes the
following cut in its rales to Minne
apolis to accommodate the largei
bunch of root is wishing to attend'
the Nebi aska Minnesota game Two
bundled rooters will make the fare
jr.. l'".o $i, :!2.r) $:: '
Hon W II Thompson, democratic
nominee for governor, addresses the
students and laculty at Convocation
Nebiaska arsity leaves over the
Rock Island lor Denver The team
was accompanied by the coaches, the,
manager, a physician and a contin
gent of rooters
The Nebiaska defeated tootball
champions are given a hearty recep
tion by the studt nt body. The score
ol (I 0 is forgotten by the students'
when the varsity returns after a su i
perhuman fight a' Colorado. j
Dr. King, president of Oberlin Col
lege, addresses the students at Con
Two hundred girls r"gisti for Bible
iindt r the supervisit n of the V. V
Nebraska defeats Knox by an ovei
whelming score ol ;tL' i) The Illinois
men pul up a stubborn light, but were
no match foi the pupils of "King'
Monnie" Mdimirn allAineiican
'iiari"i and -tar plavei lor Mlnne
sota visjis tin I'niveihity campus.
The marriage of Walter M Hope
well and Miss Ola Bell llervey ol
Omaha took place at the llervey home
in Omaha last Thursday evening. The
following is an account or the wedding
as ji appeared in Friday morning's
"The wedding of Miss Ola Bell Her
v ey. daughter of Mr and Mrs C W
llervey, to Mr Walter Melvin Hope
well ol Tekamah took place Thursday
evening at X :!u o'clock at the Lowe
venue Presbyterian church Rev
M Marshall, president of the Theologi
cal Seminars in Omaha, odic ialed and
was assisted by Rev Samuel MeCJiflln
The church was dec-orated in palms
Ferns and white roses filled the altar '
Loeb's Orchestra, L-989G or B 1392
Slit trousers have made their ap
pearance on the (auipusat the Univei
sny of Illinois. It is claimed there
that this nev, fad will in a short time j
rival that of the fair co-eds
Special Afternoon and Evening Classes
IN ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS
at hours to suit University students. We enroll many
University students each year. You are invited to
visit the school and get particulars.
NEBRASKA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The Business School Training School
with the University Atmosphere
Cor. 14th and 0 Sts. :: :: :: Electric Building
The World's Series is
one big attraction-another
They Fit and Stay Fit
If you're a "tailor-made
man, you don't know wha!
has been made in building
Suits and Overcoats
In our men'n clothing tcction you
irlr t thr style of your uit nof
fiom n Millrd fashion pl.tfr, but
fiotn n dorn smnrtly tailored mod
rig which ou an try on ,n iter
just how thry look on vou
f frrr, sclri tinjj the (nlin n not
.i KiirfiR baaed upon a strip ol pirc r
Koocln for vou tan see how it look
m.ulr up in .i unit brforr c ti buy
Wr har Iwn skilled liili,r who
i .in niiikr nnv nrrrsftiir ,illrinlinn
inkh and s.it isfnt tor ilv w iu
imlre fit and Hittisfnttmn
I hr suit will be rrntk ( v.'-.n thr
lav vou pick it out-- no tivm no
If these facts inteiest
you wed like to prove
how thoroly we can satis
fy you for a moderate outlay-say
$20, $25 or $30.
MAGEE & DEEMER
LINCOLN AURORA OMAHA
A Graceful Hitfb Band Notch Collar.
2 for 25 cent
Cluett, Pcabody A Co., Inc. Maker
Wl NON B
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