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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1913)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, SAT., AND MAT.
Nights 75c to 25c Mat. 50c & 25c
Wed., Mat., & Night, Nov. 26
Thanksgiving, Matinee and Night
"LITTLE BOY BLUE."
THUR., FRI., SAT. NOV. 20, 21, 22
The Musical Comedv Oddity
THE LITTLE PARISIENNE
With Valerie Serlce
TED LORRAINE & HATTIE
SUTTON, M'INTYRE & SUTTON
JACK G. M'LALLEN & MAY CAR
CARL ROSINI. Assisted by MLLE
Thur. Fri.Tlat., loT 2Tu Snt7Tr. 25,
50. Night, 8:15. Prices, 15, 25,
35, 50, 75.
FRI., SAT., NOVEMBER 20-21-22.
"A Night in Honolulu"
FINLAY & CHESLEIGH SISTERS
A Band Idea of Musical Comedy
"HIS NEPHEW'S SCHEME"
3 Shows Daily Mat , 2 p. m.. Night
7-9 p.m. Mat. all Seats 10, Night 15c
Feature Films for Friday
The End of the Circle
His Chorus Girl Wife
in the House
One Big Laugh
Try the "V . M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P
B r e t t o n
A handsome While Sntin
Striped Madrr.s Collar em
bodying the utmost Mle
without being too extreme.
2 for 25c
arc characterized by their
mart shapes, their perfect
fitting qunll tics and re
For Sale by
Fulk Clothing Co.
LAST GAME OF 8EA80N.
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game today with the gritty determina
tion to do or die. It 1h going to be n
great big battle and (this Isn't dope,
Its n fact) NEBRASKA IS GOING TO
But If Nebraska doeB not succeed in
spoiling the Iownn formations then the
Cornhuskers can themselves resort to
their dazzling array of open work
plays and the game will resolve Itself
into a scoring contest, with both teams
featuring modern, open field football.
Even at the new game, Nebraska
should outplay Iowa and pull down
the long end of the score for they
have the advantage of weight and
being able to play a superb game of
straight football, and at the same time
have a few choice formations of their
own that are going to make the
Hawkeyes do Borne tall head work to
Coach Stlehm Says:
"The game today will be ono of the
most spectacular ever seen In the
west. In all probabilities both teams
will score.- If Iowa wins It will be by
I taking great chances in open field
I playing and in eccentric plays. If the
I Cornhuskers win, and" they have a
j good chance of winning, they will be
1 deserving of much credit."
I And Coach Hawley says:
"We figure on going against a
strong foe, but I am willing to admit
that u e expect to win There is a
lot of -peed on the Iowa team and the
Cornhuskers will need to be we
coached and on their toeH to keep us
from scoring. I look for a spectaculai
g.ime and a reasonably (lose score,
wnh Iowa on the winning end."
Nebraska Has Speed, Too.
Iowa hasn't a corner on all the speed
in the unlver-e. The Cornhuskers can
I pla a mitthtv speedy game of ball.
I n team that can oulspeed the Has
kell Indians hut what would be (ailed
Not only hae the Cornhuskers
spee 1 but they have what is better
et, brains. More too, they have a
wonderful fighting spirit. If Iowa
thinks that Nebraska is going to lay
down and quit as have the other teams
they have run up big socres on, thev
are due lor the biggest surprise of
their football career. They were out
placed, outgeneraled and beaten de
eislvelv by Chicago. Nebraska can
beat t hem in the same way.
Because ot their big score victories
liiiey expect a w luii-away.
tiie 'em all you've got, O Cornhusk
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i I'll tru iuu mliui in )uui a.
The line up:
... .Ie ... . Gunderson
. . lg Wilson
Cnmeron . rt ..
Towle qb Groan
Rutherford .. . lh Dick
Purdy (C.) rh Pennlngroth
Howard fb McGlnnls (C.)
Referee Eckersall of Chicago.
Umpire Haddon of Michigan.
Head Linesman Seymqur of Spring
field Training school.
ArtlBtic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
The 8candanavlan Club will holdB Kb
regular meeting tonight In the Ban
quet hall of the Temple building.
It will commence at eight sharp.
Dean Engberg will address the. club.
All Scandanavians are urgod to attend.
L. C. Smith & Bros.
125 Ndrth 13th, Lincoln, Neb.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Type
writer is invaluable to college stu
dents who want a record of their
college work after graduation.
We give special attention to the
needs of students. We have type
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bar
SIMMONS, THE PRINTER
317 S. 12th St.
NOTE the style in the new LlON
'SHADOW.' And the LlON
comfort features make 'SHADOW
one of the easiest collars smart dress
ers have ever worn.
Has the famous "Slip-Over" button-hole, Easy -Tie-Slide"
space and " Pliable -Points." 6 for 75c 2 for 25c.
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UNITED SHIRT fir COLLAR CO.. Makers. TROY, N. Y.
Headquarters for Lion Collars
Home of $2.00 Hats 1042 O Street
A Graceful llltfh Dand Notoh Collar.
2 for 25 cent.
Cluett, Peabody A Co., Ino. Maker
LOST -A Black Folding Pocketbook
containing $5.00. Return to thlB of
fice and receive reward.
LOST Moore's fountain pen, gold
mounted, engraved, "To our ploy
matoB." Leave at Hag office or call
Unl 470 J.
MISS RAMPLIN wishes to announce
that she 1b available to piny for danr
ing parties. Call H-1427 from 5 to
G, 7 to 8.
PERSON who had blcycile stolen from
In front of Law building can secure
same from Janitor by describing prop
erty and paying for the ad.
LOST A bunch of keys;
turn to Rag ofllce.
LOST Ring notebook containing
Physics I notes. Paul Babson on
cover; leave at Rag ofllce and receive
LOST Alpha Chi Omena pin, shape
of lyre, set with opals Reward.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
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