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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
Rooters' Hats with Bands of
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GOPHERS JNJINE STATE
WILLIAM8 ARRIVE8 WITH HI8
SQUAD SAFELY FRIDAY
HOLD AFTERNOON PRACTICE
Is Confident of Victory, Although on
Lookout for Surprises by
fn.i'li Williams and IUh Gopher ro
lieu is ai lived in Lincoln Friday inorn
mi; ai II IT, out (he lliu Huston. They
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 : 1 1 ' 1 went to tin- Llndell Hold,
wheie they an1 staln; Hero Guy
i''d met them with a machine and
whisked the conch and Captain AylH
woilh oil lo tin- ralh. at that time In
progress at the Ai mory
In tin- altciiioon tin- team went to
the Coiintiy Club in automobiles and
held a short -ecre! practice Coach
Williams was seeiuiimly onfldcnt of
icloi. all houuli In1 niadi' I In state
nielli that as Nebraska had Kiven him
some had starts in the past he did not
TK "" if J I
READY FOR THE BIG
With the Greatest Trio of Stars
In the Good Clothes Game
Society Brand, Fit Form or Sam Peck
are the acknowledged, greatest makers
of Young Men's Clothes in the world.
Their product finds "high clothes favors"
at Yale, Harvard and Princeton.
THEY'RE THE CLASS OF TODAY
intend to lie anulil napping tills allot
noon Ills I c -i in is in rood shape seem
nmh wiili no men injured, and all in
I lie pi ime oi pla i n k condition
No iooIcis i .ime with the northern
team, although a li w may conn this
morning The majority of Minnesota
men, hoveei, consider the mime with
Wisconsin later in the season the bent
wiino and will attend that A law
number of alumni who lie in the state
have enuai'ed seats in a special sec
tion ami will i beer the woodsmen on
EXPECT RECORD ATTENDANCE
We.ither Pcronttincj, 13,000 Rooters
Will Fill Nebraska Field
Mold'. Si'. TS SOLI) 'I I IAN K Kl!
I P lo ilai tliei , arc l,inu si mien"
lickils 'old I'bi, is ;i 1 1 cord break i
el" tin all plrlols ials, beilir, li.l'
ni"re than was soul last enr He i
shli s ihi.s -one S .'iiill seals hai been
sold or ii'-eiwil lot loda's pniic !
li (Tt.iinh luiilv. like the NebiasWai
hi.llie comini' i, it ie.il boliie coininr
' lie tot il lilllnbi I ill people ai I hi
name will be the lotal capacit o."
'"I 111 I Ill-'m I I'H'ld '" Willi tile pies
.at ai i aiigc ri.-ni (, ( i Ki.iiiio w ill In
aci oiiiiiiod.it. d Ni IhmsKji f i 1 c I in an
l' li.slol v '. ( er held scll I
l.ll He M ov. d
'I In I e 1- slhl 1 oom l(l l.'illll pi opp
lll.ll is, oi, I.-"1'' Iliole tickets Wll
be sold '.'ie lieu stand 1 '.i tee,
oiiK, has In . n ei i i ted at the we ;
!ld .l I he I., id. U II li il ill ;ic( iiilllllo
d.'le :ii li .1-1 l.'a.M w ne new stand-
' ( led on ih.' s iii li w ill accoinnio
tlille llloi e tb iii l.illM., ;ind ,( sljindil)1-'
pli'llol .11 on tile e.ist ol the field W ill ,
Ke standing loom loi an ovei Mow oi
about "," ! !
SEMI-FINALS COME MONDAY. I
Antelope Courts Opened to Uni. Stu-I
dents Third Round Eleminates
Three More Men.
The thud loiind ol the tennis, tourna
ment has In i ii plae and the semi
linals w ill be plaed Monda at : illi
The Antelope courts mid the court at
I'oviilm.nitli and q are avullable for
l lio univorsiiN players, and those who
can posslbU pla otY their sets on
these .mounds an- lilted to do so.
Because they arc specialized to meet the demands and metropolitan ideas of the
clean cut young University Chap. Come and see these smart clothes at Lincoln's
largest and best young man's store. -::- 10 to 40 are the extremes, but the
hit of today are the suits and overcoats we're showing at $20 and $25.
Mackinaws to keep you warm
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50
MAYER BROS. CO.
The Store Ahead
RUBE DICKERSON AT THE ORPHEUM
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