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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
I Fur-Lined Broadcloth Overcoat, $20.00 I
By a very fortunate special purchase we have just received a limited number of
BLACK BROADCLOTH, MARMOT
Persian Lamb Collars that we can sell
for the low sum of, each coat ....
st received a limited numbi
These coats were unpacked Thursday and already nearly half. . of , the loj have
been sold. If you want one of them-BETTER COME QUICKLY.
They are In nearly all sizes and are VERY SPECIAL VALUES. '
RUDGE & GUENZEL CO.
H V IIAKI.W
Starting of Conference Teams.
Kansas ! :'- 0
Nebraska 1 1
Missori 1 I i
AracB - 1 1
Kansas Aggies - ' -
Drake . 1 0 1
Washington 2 2
Conference Games Today
Nebraska vs Amos at Amos.
Tho string quartet played Carl S( hu
berth's "My Jourooy through the i
Kirgis Steppes" at convocation Thurs
day Tho audience was not as law
a-- might hao boon expected, but was
or attentive and appreciate e
It seems too bad that more of the
1.000 faculty and student body do not real
1 000 izo what splendid proRrams are beinR
500 Riven this year
00(1 The music jestoiday revealed the
000 .delicate liRhtness united with the min
O00 j or plaintiveness so characteristic of
Slavonic harmony An interesting fu
ture was the weaving in of suggestions
of Bulgarian folk songs. The difference
Washington vs Drake at Des Moines in temperament makes it harder for
There are but two conference games IB to K8P this musi( as niickly as
today, Nebraska and Amos in the tihst 1"' own
division. Drake and Washington in the T,.,,.phoni. Yulo Bros. Laundry to call
second. Kansas University will mix lor youy work. B-L'754.
with Oklahoma at Norman. The other
games in the Valley are ol lesser im- ALPHA ZETA PLEDGES.
portance. The game otween tho two Tho honorary agricultural fraternity
tailenders will have no bearing on the ot Alpha Zeta announces the following
championship race in the conference )ledges H. K. Holland. '15, Fremont ;
lor neither team has a look in F D Keini, '14. Davenport, and 1.
o Lathrop. 'II, Swanton, ()
Why this slap on Mho wrist?
"Press dispatches from the Corn- iciK-kicii-kk-kki'k1
busker headquarters Sunday, indicated , pplieutions lor the position
that I'unb, the Nebraska captain, was l ssociate Kditor ol the Daily
terribly injured and laid out for the Nobraskan will bo received in
season b a wrenched ligament in his' Hie oII'k e of T. A. Williams,
leg, suffered during tho game "ithi Room B7, Administration Build
Haskoll. The latest reports, sent out i i"R. until noon Wednesday.
All our University Rings at
This Week Only
The Uni Book Store
340 N. 11th Street
.estcrday, h;h that "he is fooling bet
lor tonight and the injury is not as
severe as "as at first thought ' Jumbo
Stiehm should hush those Lincoln pa
pers. If he wants the other Conference
teams to think that his star fullback is
laid out for the season, he should not
QUagBtftpfi (Column j
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 most 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 h good place for hundred;. wh
not for you?
1 he Cafeteria for the Students in the Temple
FOR RKNT Niiee room toi one gen
ileman 7 nor month t 4 12 No
be shouw up in so decisive a manner , u(n tt
by his supporters at home." Daily
Lincoln - Beatrice football
game this aftornou on Ne-
braska Held Commences at
a :00 sharp.
I BKST place in the city. Twenty one
meals for $3.25 per week Tables
llor ladies. 102:: Q St. Miss Carver,
l'ropr Single meals 20 cents.
THE Emmanuel Methodist Church at
15th and U is a home-like church
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
Everything for the Office'
whon stents like to go. Try it.
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