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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Today 2:30 Tonight, 8:15
THE PRICE SHE PAID
Night 50, 35, 25c. Matinee 25c
Tuesday Night, Oct. 28
Benefit Lodge L. O. O. M.
Thure., Frl., Sat, Oct. 23, 24, 25
A Fisherman's Betrothal," Featur-
Ing Esther De Lour.
Ethel Kirk & Billv Fnparty
Hilda Thomas & Mr. Lou Hall
In "The Substitute."
Martin E. Johnson's Travelogues
Stories and Pictures of the Jack
London Tour of the South Sea
E. Bert Kenny, f.R. Nobody and
E. Booth Piatt
Originators of Nobody Character
. Singing Comedians
Belle Claire & Herman
Mat. Thurs., Frl., 15 25c. Sat., 15,
25c, 50c. Night at 8:15. Prices
15, 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Augustus Neville & Co.
"Politics and Petticoats"
NEWPORT & STIRK
In "A Barber's Busy Day
"THE WIDOW'S SUITORS"
"THE BALLYHOO'S STORY"
Daily News-4 Fash7onLifePnotos
Three Shows Daily 2, 7 and 9 p.m.
Mat. All Seats 10c; Nights 15c
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FEATURE FILMS FOR THIS
AFTERNOON and EVENING
THE TAKING OF RATTLE
A CLEVER STORY
THE GIRL ACROSS THE WAY
University Jeweler and Optician
C A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Hair Dressing, Manicuring
and Switch Making
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
B-4420 . Room 412, Brownell Blk.
Y. M. C. A. CABINET WILL MEET
Executive Board of Student' Associa
tion to Ratify Its Actions at
Tlie rpcoikI regular meeting or the
Y. M. ('. A. cabinet will be held at
noon today In the Temple Report h
from the several oommittecH now at
work have been called In, and at thin
meeting action will be taken toward
the plan of work for the semester
One of the biggest problems facing
the cabinet ond the united committee
force is that of finance. This week
two committee meetings were held,
and fifty men present conferred on
the ways and menns of getting out the
financial support of students. Per
sonal canvassing was made the basis
of the work, and a full report of the
success of the start made this week
will be presented at the cabinet meet
Bible and mission study committees
will probably have a report ot this
meeting. Other reports will be due
from the rooms committee, the new
student committee, the meetings com
mittee, and the committee on publicity.
REDSKINS ON WAR PATH
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Minnesota victory they ought to show
the original Americans a few fine
points nbout the gentle art of lifting
scalps. It promises to be one of the
most interesting games of the season
Liaht Practice Frldav Eveninn.
The varsity indulged in a light and
short signal practice yesterday after-1
noon which put them in fine condition
for the game A god part of the time
was spent in perfecting forward passes
and special formations that will be
used for the special delectation of
the redskins After the hard scrim
mages of this week, Hie light practice
last night was all that was needed
to put the Cornhuskers in good fight
re Williams, (Caddo)
it Arkeketa, (Otoe)
ig Eagle, (Creek)
Ig Timothy, Creek)
It Williams, Cap.. (Caddo)
le Artichoker, (Winn.)
I Flood, (Sioux)
Hi Itowiue, (Sioux)
, rh Richards, (Pawnee)
lb Powell. (Cherokee)
Tlie marriage of Miss Alice Rey
nolds Pomeroy, '11, to Mr. Sidney T. ,
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i-i urn, ii, wim neiu iuhi w'cck in snei
by, Iowa, at the home of the bride. Af
ter a short trip they will return to Da
kota City, Nebraska, where they will
make their home.
Mr. Fruin located in Dakota City
shortly after his graduation In 1909,
and has become one of the foremost
citizens of the town He now holds the
of county attorney. Mr. Fruni has been
teaching school since her graduation,
as principle of the Bloomington
Loeb's Orchestra, 1,-9896 or IJ 1392.
Send - it - to -
Express or Parcel Post Paid One
The Cafeteria of the Y. M. C. A.
There must be some regard given to the surround in
the choice of a boarding house, if one would get the mon rood
from his meals. A poorly ventilated room is not u fit room
ru fTafelcrm ,a ,ocotcd " a room well lighted and vcniJied.
1 he University authorities have freshly painted the wallf rtnd
rennishcd the floor. This is n good place for hundred whv
not for you?
"I he Cafeieria for the Students in the Temple
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
"Everything for the Office"
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.
1616 Arapahoe St. - - Denver, Colo
SIMMONS, THE PRINTER
317 S. 12th St. Phone B-2391
Way 1 322 N STREET
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 type
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bargain.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
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