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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
QUfp Sailg NfbraHkan
THK rNIVKUSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. 'v. KKEI)
Konnoth M. Snyder
John Ij. f'utrlglit
Prod N. WollR
J. I, DrUcoll
Frank S IVrklns
..,) (" Hoard
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Enfpred at Tho" pontomronTT.incoln,
NobranUu. n ?o ond cIuhk mall mailer,
under the - of ConKies of March
hikcphh financially, but thoy alsoVrfnt
a plan devised whereby a part of the
wonlh '-land can be Hot tmlde pornm
iicnth :is the rooting Hcctlon. admin
Hion to he by Heanon ticket, renered
or othi r iHe
With the arrival of cold weather it
niiL'lit he advisable to set a date fori
the dolIhiK of frcHhmen caps On ao
on ii t ol their diminutive nie they are
praticall tiHelesK hkhIiw the He
inent fter consulting a lle book
the matter will be glen prominence
At the same time a date will be an
nounced lor officially donning them
attain in the spring For. verily, a
ireshman is t resh while the ear still
University School of Musk
Offers the highest class rof instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball, Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -: Eleventh and R Streets
"li rtie prrwonw4m-4-v-m-Ml -pi IxutL-
inn Ii en a worn. in.'" .i - .lolm 1 1 1 K
e,eneral cdeb.at.on ol the ictm Sat Mm plav , ihe p.m l S.-th m Wax
I lie at i rac i ion a i i nr mi
i ww. ihmc that was lacking in ih.
i .1... Mmtw.Lil I I blU tl I ' I v, I
nr.li.v u.-us a ( fleer lor uie .mm......
team 'liter the ganw During the game s , v 'lluaur this alt. moon and even
there was not a great .leal ol cheering ... '. "I would call maledictions down
for the northern, rs, but in the exci'. 'on I.I- head with a lore that woul'
things had to be omitted crack hi- skull
the aloresaid ho k "I'ie It is the bane ol mv exist
the (in - enc" lor years and vears i nave
nient a lew
moiig these wen
,.i , iwcrint tor Minnesota,
tiomng ol the umpire's decisions, and been ompelle.l to eat pieeverv night,
silence The omission of the last two and at the matinees, beside, and I am
mentioned was agreeable N.b.aska, so m- ol it that 1 always cross the
however, is a school that knows how street when I s. e a baker's siK m the
. j. . ii. niwl it vhmild il iv,i n iifi
to take Uei.ai giaceiiiu.'. - ,
Special Afternoon and Evening Classes
IN ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS
.it hours to suit University students We enfoirr"..iny
University students each year. You aie invite. to
visit the school and get particular.
NEBRASKA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The Business School Training School
with the University Atmosphere
Cor. 14th and 0 Sts. :: n ?. Electric Building
"I ll.IV. never been able to see V.I1V
the author of the plav compels pnoi ,
Seth to eat that piece ot pie m t li i
first act, but eat it he must, and as I,
have been playing Seth ever since the I
plaj was put on, von can imagine how
much pie 1 have eaten "
"W.- give over !!00 performances a
season; have given about !5,000 per
formances with this company. If all
the pie 1 have eaten in that time was
plied up, one piece on top of the other,
it would make the Washington monu
ment look like a pimple.
"If it was stretched along tho road
oh, what's the use? To talk of it al
most gives me a pain, and to ro
through a performance giveH me indi-
a practl. . ol adnnnistei Ing de
,s gi.icetull The least that can
to sbciw appiechiuon lor ui-
uame light o' an adveisarj is to cheei
him alter he is deleated, and Nebraska
should make it a point to give a rous
ing cheer to the defeat, d team as it
leaves the held.
THE ROOTING SECTION.
T'i-i th root in-; section should be
,, fn Di ntlv lixcd in the football
v' r. is one of the results of the game
IV h time a big game is scheduled,
for financial rensons the bent sectionc
of the stand are sold indlscrimlnatel,
to outsidera. The holders of Heason
tickets put up with a rooting section.
but each time it is shoved down the gestion
lines, between the twenty-yard line, "What kind of pie do I usually get
and the goal, and this time a stand for the scene?
at the end of the field alno did dutv "Well, poach pie has had the call so
The students desire to see the game a tar tnjs season, with apple a close
second You see, in the matter of pie
I am in the hands of the property man.
He furnishes the pie and I havo to eat
it. When ho and I do not get along
well for a day or two, ho usually pro
vides me with plum pio or grape pie,
so that I havo to swallow the seeds if
I want to say my lines.
"Cocoanut pie iB also one of his
weapons, for it makes me so thirsty I
am sick for twenty-four hours after I
eat it. Hut, kind Blr, if I must have
pie, give me mince pie. It is the only
kind I can eat with relish and I never
et it "
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So.Jjl2th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office'
We make the official pin for this
society. Also for Dramatic Club,
Union Society, Paladian Club.
Teacher College, High School and
Your name or initialsjengraved
FREE on them.
Eatab. 1871 Univ. Jeweler 1143 0
The Cafeteria of the Y. M. C. A.
There mut be some regard given to the surroundings in
the choice of a boarding house, if one would get the most good
from his meals. A poorly ventilated room is not a fit room.
The Cafeteria is located in a room well lighted and ventilated.
The University authorities have freshly painted the walls and
refinished the floor. This is n good place for hundreds, why
not for you?
The Cafereria for the Students in the Temple
This!Ad.;Good For FOUR DOLLARS at
WE BUILD "'EM RIGHT"
$25.00 to $50.00 1028 O St.
We j Cater toliStudent Trade
Our DiningJRoom 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
Lunches for Parties.
THE FOLSOM CAFE
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