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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBBASKAM
ENGINEERS WILL DANCE
4T LINCOLN NOVEMBER 8
DEPLORES SPIRIT OF
Limit-J to Ninety Couples and Prom-
i;i as the Best Dance of
I'la - e itlmosi completed for the
lnM MrMv i-rslt) hop of the year to be
held .1 i in Lincoln Hotel Saturda,
m. !,. 8, l the engineers Limit
i-d to in'.il) ( K'iples, this promises to
he oii'i V! the be.t dunces given Music
will l- uruiulied by .Joiih' orchestni
I h kci . -'-ll for $1 f(), anil may be oh
Mined ittei Mondav October 27, from
iiiv o. the lollowtng cominltteemen
I, Hickman (chairman), I. W.
Ilaits M (' It P Wagner It Is e
ih le.i '"'it thltcts will uo rapidly, so
lie ji'it' is adi-."d i) hustle out and
.'IN, til f tU I ''
WHif MAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
i N1) O J.TRFETS
l arc 1 n i - tic best
,(.", t- ho' ,ind cold
1 nU '11 w inlet long
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
.', ,i v..c 'i. I Nth O Street
1132 Q Street
MF.Nl FOR THIS NOON
lie m up and Wafers ..05
J-red Halibut .09
Pork Chops '10
Berf Steak ... 10
Baked lJork and Beans .05
Mashed Potatoes .04
Baked Potatoes . , .. . ..04-
Fried -Swee Potatoes . 04
luue Peas . . ... .04
Stewed Turnips ... .04
Hot Roils. . 2 for .03
Corn Bread ' ... .01
Sage Pudding 05
Fruit Salad 06
( 'ottage Pudding. 1 lot Choco
late Sauce 05
Cherry Cobbler 05
Orange I cm 05
Home Made Pie . ...04
1 me Made Cake, . . ' ,03
Home Made Doughnuts . 02 "
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Professor Grummann Regrets so Many
Stay Away from Convocation.
rKr'tul)ly -mall uHHcinhly of Htu
ilfiiiH nnd faculty iwt in Momorinl Hall
Tuesday morning to hear the convoca
tion lecture on l'eiti by Prof. ('. K I'er
Miiner, professor of American hiHtory.
who ttiiH Kiven a leave of absence from
the I'nivcrHitN last Hetnester to con
duct special HludieH in that country
Prof M M. (Jrummann, convocation
manager, l)ltterly denounced the Uni
versity spirit which induces a mam
moth crowd to attend a football rally,
as was held Monday, and a meapro
h.'itidl ul to hear a lecture covering the
expert and detailed work of one semes
ter by eminent professors.
Prolessor Persinper showed a nutn
l)i r of stereopticon views of scenes of
hi - li'fi els. pi iiiK a running account of
1iN iidvpnlnri's mid imnrcHsionw The ;
business dihtiicts were a source of
wonder to him The stoics have no
windows, but display their goods in
the open The streets are so narrow
that street cars no up one streot and
back down anothei A complicated
system of passing pedestrians added
to the narrowness of the streets iH
(infusing to the stranger. When pass
ing an inferior one is supposed to walk
on the inside when passing a person
of siipi i ioi rank or a woman, the out
side ni the walk should be taken.
Piolessor Peisinger"s sympathies
weie with the burros in that country
The are not onl beasts ol hea bin
di luit h.i low .ilk o i l slippci
obbb stones "l'eiu is heaM'ii for the
women, put gator) for the men, and hell
for tin1 burros." quoted the professor
That the lailioadiug of the Andes l
the most wondeiful piece oT engincei
ing in the woild is Ids opinion Here
the Mains climb to a point highei than
Pike's Peak withoul using cogs The
school and uni eisit) buildings ol IVm
are imposing and adanced in studies.
Prolessor Persing said that he found
il dillicult to escape being a gambler
in a small way, as lotleiv tick'Ms are
lor sale ever) where and by everybody.
.They think gambling in this way is
I justified, as the proceeds are used for
.Moving picture shows hae taken
,the ctoud.s fiom the bull lights, he
said The latter amusement is not
nearly so popular as in former years,
whereas eveiy village has its moving
picture show and they are well pat
ronized Y. W. C. A. VESPERS YESTERDAY.
Continued liom piKr 1
Margaret Mcllenry, chairman of the
Hible study committee, followed with
a few remarks about the personalized
ideal which each of ua has. She ex
plained the value of Bible study and
announced the new schedule for Hible
Mar) Chapin, chairman of the mis
sionary committee, urged tho Impor
tance of getting in line with mission
study. She told the meeting of the
advances which are being made In the
countries where mission work has been
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Broa..
Printers, 1313 N street.
NOTE the style in the new LION
'SHADOW.' And the LION
comfort features make 'SHADOW
one of the easiest collars smart dress--ers
have ever worn.
Has the famous "Slip-Over"
space and "Pliable-Points."
UNITED SHIRT G? COLLAR CO., Makers. TROY, N. Y.
Exclusive Agents for Lion Collars
Home of $2.00 Hats
WE ARE GOING TO
The Huffman's General Supply House
For our SCHOOL and OFFICE Supplies
We get more for our money at
208 South 11th Street -:- -;- Lincoln
X mar y .
A "Square Deal"
for everybody is the
We guarantee each
buyer of an article
bearing the Spalding
Trade Mark, that
such an article will
give satisfaction and
a reasonable amount
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
616 Arap ahoe St.
button-hole, " Kasv-Tie-SUde"
6 for 75c 2 for 25c.
1042 O Street
L. C. Smith & Bros
125 North 13th, Lincoln, Nebl '
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 type
writers to rent, as well as to $cll.
A few rebuilt machines at a bargain.
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