The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 05, 1913, Image 3

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    THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THEATRES
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Oliver Theatei
TODAY, 2:30 TONIGHT, 8:15
and THUR8DAY NIGHT
THE ROSARY
Mat, 50 & 25c. Night, 75c to 25c.
FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 7.
NEIL O'BRIEN AND MINSTKEIS
Nov 8, "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cab
bage Patch."
ORPHEUM
Thur., Frl., Sat. Nov. 6, 7 and 8
BLANCHE WALSH
And Her Company in
"The Countess Nadine"
ELBA RUEGGER
World's Greatest Woman 'Cellist
THREE OUFOR BOYS
ETHEL MACDONOUGH
LANE ANO O'DONNELL
PARISIAN STREET SINGERS
THREE JUGGLING MILLERS
Mat. Thur., Fri. 15, 25. Sat. 15, 25,
50
NIGHT PRICES 15, 25, 35, 50, 75
Lyric Theatre
Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 3, 4 and 5
BERRY &. BERRY
In "Do You Like Music?"
LAVINE & INMAN
In 'Sally's Visits"
"Pathe's Semi-Weekly"
"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
WEDNESDAY & THURS.
When the Prison Doors Open
The War Makers (2 reels)
The Vaudeille Star's Va
cation (comedy)
TRY
OUR LUNCHEONETTES
They are always the best
We serve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchei
South West Corner 14th O Street
WE CATER TO STUDENTS
Smith & Hurst
BARBERS
112 North 13th
Quality
is wbat
Counts
if UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Dean Engberg announces that all en- .
lets in the military department will'
be excused from classes on Wednes-I
day, November 5. and on Tuesday, j
November 11, from 4 to 5 for the
purpose of taklnR part In field drill '
E. M. Rutledge, Registrar, announces!
mdl-Bemester examinations to be
held at the option of the Instructor
during the week of November 10-15,
inclusive Examinations at this date
will give the delinquent committee
opportunity to confer with students
who are seriomdy delinquent before
the Thanksgiving recess.
The University senate has set aside as
a Thanksgiving recess, the period
trom Wednesday, November 26, at
12 noon to Saturday, November 29,!
at 12 noon
Big Co-ed hockey game today at ll'
n'elook Oh alhletle. heid. Seniors and I
junior s s sophomores and fresh-'
man A good fast game is assured
Kverjbody come
Sophomore football practice every day i
at 3:15 sharp. Meet at Armorj He'
out in -suits.
Architectural engineers hold first bus
iness meeting since organization ol i
the soeietv n M A 102 tonight All
men who signified an intention of
joining take note of this first meet
ing
Senior football candidates will see
George Racelv at once
PICK DEBATE TEAMS AT
FINAL TRY-OUTS TONIGHT
Sixteen-Man Squad Will be Narrowed
to Eight by Choosing of Minne
sota and Iowa Tteams.
'I he final try-outs for the debate
teams to meet Minnesota and Iowa
on December 12 are to be held this
evening in Memorial hall from 7 to
9:15. As the result of this try-out, the
squad which now consists of sixteen
men will bo narrowed to eight, nnd
the eight men chosen will constitute
the teams. The "Literacy" question ia
to be debated.
The judges have not been an-,
nounced, but they will be chosen from '
among the members of the faculty. '
The debate will be presided over by
0. L. Rein, '12, I, '15, who was a mem
ber ol the team which met Illinois in
1910 and Minnesota in 1911.
With the exception of the first speak
er on the affirmative, the contestants
will speak seven minutes. The leading
speaker, following the usual order of
debates, will speak for five minutes,
with three minutes' rebuttal.
The decision on the result, and the
naming of the teams, will in all prob
ability, be made at the conclusion of
the debate
The order of .speakers, ah deter
mined by lot, is as follows
Affirmative.
1st. Harold A Prince, U, Reed II
Dawson; 5th, l'aul I, Martin. 7th, I'aul
Good, 9th, Silas M. Bryan, 11th, Ho
mer G Hewitt; 13th, Donald G Rarnes.
Negative.
2d. Hany K Rush. 4th, Robert 13
Warring, fith. Maurice Clark; 8th,
Harold .1 Schwab; 10th, t A. Soren
son, 12th. O. K. Perrin; 14th, Harold
N. Noble; 15th. R. ID. Kirk; 16th. John
C. Benrd
Jones' Orchestra. L-9GGG.
All our University Rings at
25 Discount
This Week Only
The Uni
340 N.
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School
TYPEWRITERS
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 12th St.-Funke Bdg.
"Everything for the Office"
WE ARE GOING TO
The Huffman's General Supply House
For our SCHOOL and OFFICE Supplies
We get more for our money at
208 South 11th Street -:- -:- Lincoln
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THE FOLSOM
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325 - 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.
THE FOLSOM
BAKERY AND CAFE
1325 - 1331 N STREET
"SPA"
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
Cafeteria Plan
City Y. M.1C. A. 13th P
Book Store
11th Street
Supplies
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
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