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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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, "THE GIRL FROM UTAH"
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Shoe Repair Factory
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Get your Lunches at the
City Y. M. C. A., Cafeteria Plan
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125 No. 13th St.
The committee for the Freshman
girls' party will meet in the Y. V. C.
A. rooms of the Temple Thursday at
5 o'clock. Helen Kendall, chairman.
A meeting of the Catin Club i9 called
for next Tuesday morning, October
26, in V. 203, at 11 o'clock.
PROF. G. E. BARBER.
The Junior class will meet in Law
101 at 11 o'clock tomorrow. Let every
one get out and have a Rood live meet
ing. V. J. HAGGART, Pres.
Norris Tym, '15, was in town for
the game Saturday.
William Locke, '16, Delta Tau Delta,
was a Lincoln visitor Saturday.
Lora Zimmerman of Omaha spent
Saturday at the Alpha Phi house.
Senator Norris of McCook spent Sat
urday and Sunday at the Alpha Phi
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Merrill Rohrbaugh, '15, Phi Gamma
Delta, was in town for the game. Saturday.
Franci3 Chatburn, '13, Clarence
Weber, '15, and Merrill Reed, '15,
were hero for the Notre Dame game.
John F. Tobin, '03, is visiting at the
home of his mother, 1948 J street. He
is now practicing law in Salt Lake
Gertrude Welch, ex-'17, of Shenan
doah, Iowa, was a guest at the Kap
pa Kappa house Saturday and Sunday.
Myrna Jones, '15, stopped in Lincoln
Thursday on the way from her home
in Hendley, Nebr., to Ritzville, Wash.,
where she is teaching this year. She
was called to Hendley by the sudden
death of her mother.
J. B. Harvey, a graduate of the elec
trical engineering department of the
University of Nebraska and now lo
cated at York, has been asked for
his advice in regard to the installa
tion of a hydro-electric plant at De
Witt. Mr. Archie Kautz reached Lincoln
today after spending the season in
Wyoming in the service of the United
States Geological Survey. He goes
a once to Oklahoma to assume his new
duties there as geologist with an oil
ing arms of Riddell, who raced the
remaining distance for a touchdown.
Notre Dame's third touchdown came
in the last few minutes of play, when
long passes brought the ball within
striking distance, and Bergman went
over. The Bcore stood 20-19, and a goal
meant a tie for the Catholics. Coach
Harper sent out Harper, a new man,
to negotiate the needed point, but he
missed an easy goal.
Bergman was the chief trouble
maker on the Catholic lineup. Quick
and shifty, the little half Bcored two
of Notre Dame's touchdowns and made
possible the third. Coffal. Bachman
and Captain Fitzgerald were also con
spicuous on both offense and defense
for the Catholics.
To Chamberlain goes most of the
credit for Nebraska's victory. The big
boy Mas almost always good for a
gain, and ho was in superb form in
his dashes around the opponents' end.
His work on the defense was also ex
ceptional. Caley ran the team with
good generalship, and was a demon
at both hurling and receiving passes
Shaw, at tackle, was a consistent
ground gainer, and he did more than
any other man in the Husker line in
breaking up the Catholic offense. Ab
bott, at guard, after an indifferent
fust half, came back In the second and
stopped all progress through his side
of the line. Captain Rutherford play
ed his usual game at half.
Nebraska Notre Dame-
Chamberlain le Elward
Corcv It Stephan
Shields lg Keefe
Moser c O'Donnell
Abbott rg.. Fitzgerald (c
Shaw rt Rydsweski
Riddell re Baujan
Calev Qb Phelan
Rutherford (c) lh Coffal
Gardiner rh Bergman
Otoupalik fb. Backman
Touchdowns Chamberlain 2, Berg
man 2, Riddell. Coffal.
Goals from Touchdowns Corey 2
Substitutions Reese for Gardiner
Doyle for Otoupalik; Jones for O'Don
Referee Eckersall. ex-Chicago. Um
pire Birch, ex-Earlham. Field Judge
Ver Wiebe, ex-Harvard. Head lines
man Caldwell, ex-Marnuette.
Elliott Davis, a student of the Col
lege of Agriculture who is the judge
of Red Polled cattle at the Panama
Pacific International exposition, says:
"We are having a fine trip. The fair
is great. Not many cattle because of
The following were among the Fre
mont people who were in Lincoln for
the Notre Dame game: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank B. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Merritt. Mrs. George Kemarter,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Colson, Mr. and
Mrs. Marc G. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Laud, Mr. and Mro. C. B. Has
sel, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Smith) Mr.
Carlos Morehouse, Mr. Russel Pierce,
Miss Helen Carroll, Miss Marcia Per
kins, Miss Irene Brown, Miss Marjory
Knap, Russell Pierce, Mr. Carlos
Morehouse, Frank Perkins, Fred
Brown, Burnell Colson, Howard
Loomis, Will Kauffman, Mr. Victor
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler,
James Fowler and Emil Hahn.
PIPE HOSPITAL Bring us your
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Printing that's better, at Boyd's, 126
North 12th. .
VICTIM OF TRAGEDY
Frank E. Chambers, '12, Found Dead
In Iowa Had Been Practicing
Frank E. Chambers. Law '12, was
found dead in Bedford, Iowa, October
20. He had been practicing law in
Scribner for a short time.
For two years after leaving the Law
Colleee he was employed in an at
torney's office at Bedford, Iowa. He
then located at Scribner, and a few
weeks ago returned to Iowa. He was
found dead, having apparently fallen
frm a three story window. His body
was badly mangled. The cans'' of the
traeedv has not yet been learned
here. Mr. Chambers was about twenty-five
years of age and a son of the
late Alex. H. Chambers, a prominent
pioneer citizen of this place. He was
a voune man of splendid cnaracier
and the manner of his death is a coio-
plete mystery to his family ana
fHends here. He was not married ana
leaves a mother, sisters and brothers
in this city.
Catholic Students Entertain
The team and other visiting stu
dents from Notre Dame were enter
tained Saturday at a banquet at tne
Lindell hotel by the Catholic btu
riwh. After the three-course din
ner a program of several musical se
lections and toasts was given.
Scott's Orchestra. Call, B-1482.
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