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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Tonight at 8:15
A Drama of Quality
The Master Mind
With Howard Kyle
Vices $1.50 to 25 cents.
Wed. Mat. &. Night & Thur Nov.
Thur., Frl., Bat. Nov6. 7 and "8
And Her Company in
"The Countess Nadine"
World's Greatest Woman Cellist
THREE DUFOR BOYS
LANE AND O'DONNELL
PARISIAN 8TREET SINGERS
THREE JUGGLING MILLERS
Mat. Thur., Fri. 15, 25. Sat 15. 25,
NIGHT PRICES 15, 25, 35, 50, 75
Mon., Tues., Wed , Nov. 3. 4 and 5
BERRY & BERRY
In "Do You Like Music?"
LAVINE &. INMAN
In "8allys Visits"
"An Evening With Wilder"
"Thy Will Be Done"
"A Momentous Decision
Three Shows Daily 2-7-9 p. m
Matinee All Seats 10c. Night 15c
Tuesday Matinee and
JANET OF THE DUNES
A Wall St.ect Wail Comedv
Hair Dressing, Manicuring
and Switch Making
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
B-4420 Room 412, BrowneN Blk
University Jeweler and Optician
C A. TUCKER
S. S. SHE AN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
At Northwestern llniverbitv the
orvnltAmnrnu i tf r d.u i luirflfift tr Hiu. '
tinguish themselves with Sophomore
Jones' Orchestra, L-96G6.
Miss Gittings is
Girls Playing Hockey
.li.- Iiurn Parsons, prim Ipul of
Hit' Chicago School of Physical Edu
cation, has written to Mis Ulttings,
"Tho Daily Star, with its interi-st-ing
description of your work in hoc
key, hns Just reached me.
"You have evidently been able to
develop hockey in the rlRht way. I
have always understood that you were
particularly strong in developing tho
game spirit, and I have hoped that
.there might .come it time when some
of our students would have the bene
fit of your instruction."
The Chicago school Is one of the
two physical training schools between
here and the coast and is considered
an exceptionally good one.
I ATI S CLUB ELECTS AND
PLANS NEXT PROGRAM
Officers Chosen After Election of
Eighteen to Membership.
The members of tin latin Club held
a business meeting the lust of the
week In the rooms of tho Iatin Deport
ment Officers for the present term
were elected as follows
1'residont. Winifred Outhouse
Vice-President, Lorena Rixby.
Secretary and treasurer. Nora Nel
son Excutie (oinmitte Hth-I Hum
mel and Alma Hlandin
New members were alho elected.
They are Ethel Ileattie. Jessie Cooper,
Mildred Cuba, Leberta Dysurt, Marlon
Hanson. Zoe Hayes, Ruby Hills, Mad
eline Horton, Ethel Hummel, Pearl
Hummel, Carrie Johnson, Adah Lon
neker. Ester Ixjor, Fern Long, Jo
hanna Ogden, Peter Homer. Helen
Sluby, Francos Smith.
The next meeting of the litia Club
will be held Tuesday evening. Novem
ber 11, in Room 294. University Hall.
The subject for the evening will bo
"Tho Latest in the Classics." Tho
program will be as follows-
1. Heview of Miss Sablno's Work;
the Misses Hammond.
-' News from the Field, Miss Itlan
din.' :t. Iitin in Unexpected Places. Miss
4 Professor Mexander's Article,
The Music- committee will meet Sat
urdav and select the student man
ager of the (Jlee Club
Engage formal music now. Ilagensick
THIS FRE8HIE GETS A DUCKING.
M Wisconsin a freshman is going
to be ducked before the entire school,
tor disobeying the Freshman green
cap rule The student council haH ap
pointed a ducking committee, and the
ducking will take place publicly. This
one man was the onl freshman to
violate tho rule Why not have such
a condition at Nebraska''
Loeb's Orchestra, L-989G or B 1392.
Send - it
Express or Parcel Post Paid One
The American Institute of Electrical
Engineers will meet Wednesdny ,
evening at 7 :t0 in the electrical;
laboratory. Dr. E. D. Maxey will
speak on legal subjects of interest
to engineers. All electrical engi
neers are urged to be present.
Sophomore Hop committee will meet
In the Flag office today at 11 o'clock.
Miss Helen Gregory will speak at the
Tuesday evening vesper service of
the Y. V. C. A. on tho subject,
"Work at the Northside Neighbor
All Juniors wishing to tryout for the
Junior Class football team appeal
at the Armory at 11 o'clook TO
DAY. O. H. Zumwinkel. Chairman.
The Nebraska Society of Civil Engi
neers will meet in M. A. 20G,
Wednesda) evening, November f.
The progTnm a.i outlined- wlll-eon-sist
oi student talks by C. O. Martz
and ;. U. Robinson. Mr. Martz will
speak on "Engineering Specifica
tions." and Mr. Robinson's talk will
pertain to "Paving from the City
Engineer's Viewpoint." These men
have had considerable outshle ex
perience, which insures that their
talks will be of interest to all civil
engineers. Meeting called at 7:30.
Professor Barbour speaks on "Geol
ogy and the Engineer;1 and Prof.
.). E. Le Rossignoll on "Political
Economy and Its Benefit to the En
gineer." All engineers are heartilv
invited. Tuesday, 7:30, M. E. 20f.
"Janet of the Dunes."
Another brilliant feature by the au
thor of "Joyce of the North WoJhs."
This time the heroine is a girl of the
surf-pounded beaches and the wind
swept dunes. She is reared by old
Capt. Billy, who loved her mother.
The girl delights in rummaging
through the library of one of the
wealthy summer residents. He finds
her, his friend, an artist, loves her.
They find that the wealthy man Is the
girl's own father. r
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Allan R. Smith of Kansas City is
visiting friends in the city.
Artistic danco programs and menui
for particular people George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
FOR RENT- Niice room for one gen
tleman $7 per month At 442 No
THE Emmanuel Methodist Church at
15th and U is a home-like church
where students like to go. Try it.
MODERN, up-to-date rooma. Complete
new furnace equipment. Board if de
sired, and rates reasonable. 1436 L
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Way 1322 N STREET
An All-Amcrican team--the
tailors who make Ken
One tailor cant mak-r
all kinds of clothes any
more than 6ne man can
play every position on a
You'll find one maker
who excels in making
dress clothes, another in
Chesterfield overcoat's ,
another in soft-tailord Eng
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They are specialists,
and each one gives just a
little more and better sei
vice than any one else can
That's the way in which
our Kensington suits and
overcoats arc made.
No matter what sort of
garment you buy, if it has
a Kensington label in it
you know it's the product
of a J specialist the best
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Suits $25.00 to $40.00
O'coats $20 to $65.00
Kenmorei, too' hot the monry
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Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
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