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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1913)
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TBI DAILY NIBRABKAir
lenlgtili at 8:16.
DonfltkIold-Lodco-L. CUO. M.
Prioea, 71k;, 60c, and 25c.
Wed., Mat. & Night, Oct. 29.
THE GIRL. AND THE TRAMP
Mat, 25c Night. 50, 3G and 25o.
Nov. 1. "Awakening of Helen
TIIURS, FRIDAY AND SAT
r Oct. 30-31, Nov 1
THE CHERRIEST COMEDMNS'
Bd iTaalaaa & Nooly EdwrdT
Rodford &, Winchester
G. B. Wlnelou' & Qte4y DuSy"
Handera & Mill"
Corrignn & Vivian
Mat-tthyf., Fri, 16, 26c;
Bat', IS, 26 St 60c.
Njghfc 8.HL Prtcaa 15, 26, 3S, 60, 76o
MON TUKS AND WED,,
October 27. 28 and 29
'ill.. v;AaT!NQ DUNBARS
"Laughter and Thrills
THE BENNETT SISTER8
Singing, Talking and Ventrilo
quism. Photo Plays "Pathc's
Photo Plays "Pathe's Semi-Weekly,"
"Luella'H Ixve Story." "The
Hermit's Ruse," "The Winning
Punch," "Parisian Fashions."
3 SHOWS DAILY 7M AL
Matinee All Seats 10r. Night 15c.
The Usual Feature Films at
the Magnet this afternoon and
evening. Poor mail service does
not permit us to announce titles
of films, yet the will be up to
the usual high standard only to
be found at the MaRnet.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
WE CATER TO STUDENTS
Smith & Hurst
tta North J3th
Junior Class Appoint
ments Announced for
the Preseit Semester
The organization of tho junlo claajj
twos completed yofltorday afternoqnv
f Action of the committee on delin
quency, checking; tho names of pro
posed committeemen, halted flnal ap
pointments, and the complete report
was made yesterday
William H. Bauman. chairman. Rus
sell Swift, M. of C , Erma Nelson,
Donald Mapen, Barnard Vestoer
Kenneth Snyder, chairman, Phil
Southwicb, M. of C, Louise Bedwell,
Helen Briggs, R P Rob
Ethel Hills, chairman; Ralph North
rup, Iouis Home. Freda Stuff, Iorena
Otto Zumwinble, chairman; Stewart
K. Clark, Carl Oanz, H G. Ooetze,
J. C. Board, chairman; Sllan Bryan,
H. O. Hewitt, Paul Martin.
A xiftSB. metinp will bo held Thurs
day nt 11 : 30 in the Tomplo. Announce
ments regarding committee work and
tho functipns of the clasn will be made
at this time
Loeb's Orchestra, L-9896 or B1392.
Y. W. C. A. CAMPAIGN STARTED
Two Teams, Led by Bixby and" Rob
bins, Woking for Members of
Addition to Association.
The Y W C A. membership cam
paign begins next Thursday at 8 a.
m and closes the following Wednes
day at G p m
Lorona Bixbj is in charge ol the
whole campaign Two loaders with
their representee captains will go in
to tho remotest corners of the uni
erslty in search of those who have
not as ct joined tho association.
Marj' Rokahr Is leader on one side.
Sho and hor captains as well as those
who join her side will wear blue rib
bons. Edyth Robbins, the leader of
the other side, will uso gold ribbons.
You can get your colors at the Y W.
('. A association rooms.
Tho losing side will entertain the
winning side early in December
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
The Union Literary Society will give
a hallo ween party in Miss Branson's
studio at Riverside Park Friday even
ing Take Pen car at Eleventh and
O, 7 p m Everyone Is invited.
Engage formal music now.- Hapensick
SODA WATER LUNCHES
I "SIP A"
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
Xty Y. M.;C. A. 13th amd P
Jn (flthrr lap
Chancellor Andrews will visit Brown
University for the QrBt time oinco h
lnld down tho presidency of that in
stitution in 1897. Tho faculty of
Brown University has planned a big
reception and dinner in his honor
Three thousand Gophers meet the
Cornhuskors at the train in Minne
The Freshman class win over the
Sophomores in the Olympics by a
score of 108-20
Nobraska wins an easy victory over
Adrian Score 41-0
BAKERY AND CAFE
3325-1331 N STREET
Asks a share of your patronage. We are equipped to
serve you' and serve you right. A trial is all we ask.
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STELLA MAYHEW AND
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
MEXICAN SITUATION ARISE
Phi Alpha Taw Discusses Fate of Re
Bellious Republic at InitiaT Meet
ingMembers Dine at Lincoln
"Tho Mexican Situation" wh agah
reviewed nt the Initial dinner Of Ph
Tan, the honorary public Rpeftkteg fra
tornlry, last nicht. This wae tb firal
meeting of the year, and the members
met for an informal dinner and dii
cusslon at tho Lincoln
After the discussion on this trubjoc
for It is the custom of the raternlt
to take, up some topic of gnnora in
torest at each mooting a nttejtbuK)
ness session was held, presided ove
by C A fiorennon. president (if th
society Jonoa' Orchestra. I,9CC0.
BILLY TAYLOR AT ORPHEUM
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