Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
- f ,. jvr 414 l triH Kin of characterization, mid pvpii
(Wj? ltJtttiy iMrOraSHaU w,in, Klu. , ,ipI,nr , 8,.Vpral different
- rolcH which in the author's drawing
TIIH PNIVKRSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. KEEP
Kenneth M. Snyder
John L. Cutright
Fred N. WellH
J. L. Drlscoll
Frank S Perkins
i-lrciilatlon Manner ...I. ' Mennl
Subscription price $2.00 per year,
payable In advance.
Single Copies, f ccntB each
Kntered'Vt the poHtofflcV af "Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second-class mnil matter,
,',nder the ct of Confess or Mnrc-h
Tlll'KSUAY. (H'TOIIHH -'. l'-,1:!
KANSAS GETS THE FEVER.
IMi.. rollnwinn editorial (OimtHHr
" I ' ,"' ' " I'l'
rok'H which in the authorH drawing)
were similar, she, by arloiiH llluminat-,
lug touches of her genius, would make!
of each a separate and distinct pl
l in f In her new role. Mrs. Klnke
Is sal I to be provided with manifold
oppoitunities for the display of hei
rich and ripened art ,
The Nebraska Minnesota game in
inolng pIctureH taken by a local pho
tographer Is attracting attention Iroin j
the students at the Magnet Theater.
1 r 1 1 () street A thousfoot film show..
the mammoth crowd, the I'nUer-ltyl
band, the cheering stands and tliiir,
lendcis. the entrance of the two teams,
the crowd itself in panorama, and etuis
with n miming iew of I lie game The
thiid miailcr, In which the ComhuU
ers scored, was toi liinatel glen proui
inence b the photographer Tin
rapid "-ei ies ol the I hi ee I or ward pust s
..mllii Willi Meek IMMIIU ()er the (in
, plier WWII Mill' lor I'n
rrm nrr "il
Is ( leai I l"
IM I he )( t Hi i". Tile i,ct 111 I '
-! o , n I IPs ;i! I 'i noo i and u
.hpped from the Daily Kansan. shows
,l. spirit win. h is being loimed at
L.iwrence. looking lorwaid to the Ne
UKAT NKHK SK
,.-... .o. i,., .. wondeilul chance thi" MERMAIDS ARE CHILLED
.i. .(.. m!iw. ' i l:is', i i- v ncricir
t .x . .in n 1111' 1HU mil'
ear cw ni
toin hdow 11 ol the gain
pu tt d
vm'I I). -
. lug onl
nivini wo - n i w - - -
BY DECISION TO LIMIT HOURS
i.,- . i . v c . . . t i 1 1 e Nebraska
We can do it. too. il we just think so Y
ccoiding in Co.ich Mosse, we ha
H best material since 1XM. and th
low old Knulishman knows what he is (
. i il... i
talking about roacii r ran mi ....
Kansas team liuiiul H-elt Saturday
Tin. test. then, hi- with the stu-
,1, niv- Sp'ut will do the work, and
... mx thing is in our favor. The game
v,. i, h. ie -pelt'" can be worked up;
, ,,.,, , itdl rooting, encouragement, and
,, ii ,.,n hack of-the-team attitude
are what we want
v , 'i not much on thin mental telep
, ,',v .Mi!t. I ut it every student In this
,, lX. , tN .ets back of the team and
pul's 'car I nough, we're going to beat
Nebraska here November 15. It's Just
a matter of spirit Kansas Spirit.
Uniersit Daily Kansan.
M C. A. Eliminates Thursday Morn
ing Classes from Schedule.
Tip ollicials ol the city Y M C
swiiniiiing pool have notified the direc
I,, is ui the plnsical deparfnieiit that
the coed- can hae the use of the
pool o t i 1 on Thursda mornings Per
mission toi both Tuesda and Tliurs
day moinings liad been granted at first
and this later restriction comes as a
dose ol' cold water to the aspiring mei
Man of the girls who had signed
.... ii... uiholiiW first nosted have been
obliged to take their names from the
list However, thirteen have legin
tered for Tuesdays, and if forty-five
have signed by the end of this week
tho opportunity to swim will be as
sured for this semester at least
It is often said of prominent stage
personages, some ol them "stais.'
that "they are the same in everything
There is altogether too much truth in
the statement, and it is not to be won
de-red at that a waning populaut is
the penalty for season alter season of
peitormaiices thai aie little moie than
dramatic stencils The pattern, cut
years ago. has remained unchanged
and unimproved until Its variations
arc almost as well known to the play
goer as to the player himself Mrs.
Fluke, who is to appear at the Oliver
Friday evening, in her Edward Shel
don play, "The High Road," is one
stage figure against whom no such an
indictment can ever lie. She has the
Artistic dance programs and menui
for particular people. Oeorgo Rtob
Printers. 1313 N street.
I'll! TE coaching in Germany, ..den
ude German; appointments to suit.
Hon I 103. Station A. 8-21-3t
LOST Fountain pen on athletic field
Mondav. Oct 120. Return to Rag
LOST Check book, near mechanics
arts bldg., Saturday. Return to Rag
LOST Roston bull terrier, white neck
and face; lost noticed in chemical
laboratory; answers to name "Steve."
Notifj Daily Nebraskan office; reward.
The Cafeteria ofthe Y. M. C. A.
There must be someregnrd givrn to the surroundings in
the choice of a boarding house, if one would get the most good
from his meals. A poorly ventilat d 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 a good pl.u e for hundreds v hy
not for you?
The Cafereria for the Mudcnts in the 1 emple
I I yNiv
Made in knee length,
with the very popular
belted back. A swag
ger model for college
men. Best of all iifs
.y lit I! irt Si li i m r !-r
$18 and up
That Pennant Sale
Will Close at 6 p. m.
The Uni Book Store
University School of Musk
Offers the highest class of instruction in aHH
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music wiil dk
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball, Director
Ask for new catalog -:- -.- Eleventh and ft Streets
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M.IC. A. 13th nd P
SODA WATER LUNCHES
Powered by Open ONI