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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
8AT., MAT. & NIGHT., NOV. 1.
LAURA FRANKENFIELD IN
'The Awakeniag of Helena Ritchie'
MAT., 50c &. 25c; Night, $1 to 25c.
MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 3
IN "WHEN CLAUDIA SMILES."
NOV. 4, "The MA8TER MIND.
T1IURS. FKIDAY AND S T
Oct. 30 31, Nov. 1.
THE CHKKHIKST COMEDIANS
nil A A' TAYLOK
EM FlaMah A:- Noel y Kdwardp
Ilodford & Winchester
LINCOLN HIGH WILL MEET
BEATRICE HERE TOMORROW
For First Athletic Encounter in Past
Three Years. Will Take Place
on Nebraska Field.
Lincoln High mid Beatrice will
meet on the University Athletic Held
Saturday in the first athletic encoun
ter the two schools have engaged in
for three years.
Hotli teams are in prime condition
and appear to be evenly matched
both in weight and knowledge of the
game, and both have about the same
record to their credit in regard to
their record for this year. Aurora
lov. ned Hoatricu and Lincoln, in each
case having a margin of seven points.
Former scores show Lincoln to have
had the strongest teams.
1904- Lincoln, 31. Beatrice, 0
lA0.r Lincoln, 28; Beatrice, 0
' 4T T''r
tWG No game.
1907 Lincoln, f. Beatrice,
1908 - No game.
1909 Lincoln, 12, Beatrice, 0
1910 Lincoln, f; Beatrice, 0.
Since 1910 there have been no ath
letics scheduled between the two
schools because of a dispute which
arose regarding the eligibility of some
Beatrice players. When Beatrice beat
Lincoln in 1907. Mulligan, the 1912
"N" man, played on the Beatrice
foam, lie is now coaching the Lin
coln warriors. His brother is now
pla.Miig right hall lor Beatrice
Westover ( ) It
ndrews N ule rg
We've replenished our Cap Stock anil
now have the classiest ' line we've ever
shown. Fancy Scotch mixtures plaids
rough cheviots $1 and $2.
Overcoats, Mackinaws, Sweaters
MAGEE & DEEMER
Corrigan k Vivian
Mat.. Thur., Fri., 15, 25 ,
Sat.. 15, 25 & 50c.
Night, 8.15. Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c
rhursday, Friday, Saturday
The Hindoo Mystery
REDWOOD & GORDON
"PROPOSAL FROM NOBODY
The Fourth Story of
WHO WILL MARRY MARY"
VAN NOSTRAND TIARA'
DAILY CURRENT EVENTS &
Parisian Life Photos.
t SHOWS D 1LY J 7-9 V. M
.Matinee Ml Seats 10c. Night If.i
ETHK EVIL" EYE
ON THEIR I
THE SPEED LIMIT
TOMORROW LAST DAY TO FILE
FOR GLEE CLUB MANAGER
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For Dancing Parties, Ban
quets, e'e , at a reasonable
price. Phone L-8959 after 6:30 P.M.
Reed, Secretary of the Alumni Associ
ation, lias volunteered his services in
making arrangements with the strong
Alumni organisations about the state.
s ,i reward lor the manager's la
bor he will be given tne first one hun
dred dollars net profit, fifty per cent
ot the second hundred and twenty-five
per cent ot the net profits over and
aboe two hundred dollars However,
no Mini is guaranteed.
School of Ag Football Schedule
Weeping Water. Saturday Novem
Thanksgiving game t Daid City.
Loeb's Orchestra, L-989C or B 1392.
The Cafeteria of the Y. M. C. A.
There must be some regard given to the surroundings in
the choice of a boarding house, if one would get the moat 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 a good place for hundreds, why
not for you?
The Cafeteria for the Students in the Temple
ALL SOULS CHURCH
A FREE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY
CORNER H AND 12th
Arthur L. Weatherly, Minister
This is .1 religious soi lety with the I'nher
M'tv ideal, "the search aftei truth'
It hjis no ( r.-e I ii' dogma to defend
It seeks to l vel-.p the reverent i.tuude
toward life and the M;irit ol service .mi'ing
Problems oi lite are dis ussed franklj ,,nd
Ireely in the light ol modern ltnowledf"'
.-.erv C". 1 0 If. ,i i .
"The Message of Liberal
RM8 Cwia ...
Students' Libera. Religion Union, 12-15,
addressed by Mr. Selim of Beirut Univerbity,
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