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THli DAILY NEBRASKAN
Today, Frl. & Sat. 2:30; 7 & 9
Photo Plays Direction
L. M. Garman
Anita Stewart in
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
RUTH ST. DENIS
With Ted Shawn and Dnclng Girls in
Dnces aof Egypt, India and Greece
LEW MADDEN & CO.
HARRY HOLMAN & CO.
Little Melba and the Boy Pianist
LOUSE & STERLING
Matinee 25c Nights 25c, 50c, 75c
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
THE ETERNAL WAY
THE INSPECTOR'S DOUBLE
A JUNGLE HERO
NORTON AND EARLE
FRI. AND SAT., OCT 6, 7
A Metro Wonderplay
In "Ducks Is Ducks"
MUTT AND JEFF
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
(The Nebraska Girl)
Also Bray Cartoon
COMING NEXT WEEK
Supreme Favorite of the Screen
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Robert Chambers most
"THE COMMON LAW"
She solves the question
"Is Marriage Really Necessary?"
Have your eyes
W. H. MARTIN, O. D.
1234 O St., opposite Miller &
Paine Suite 5 Phone L-7773.
Get your Lunches at the
City Y. M. C. A., Cafeteria Plan
13TH AND P
NOTE Can furnish small com
Inslrumsntssuch as Banjos and
Saxaphonis and nasonabU,
Welcome ball Auditorium.
Kearney club Y. V. C. A. rooms'.
University Commercial club
Fan-IIcllenic-Freshman party Al
pha Sigma Thi house.
Kappa Kappa Gamma dance Lin
Alpha Phi House dance.
Alpha XI Delta House dance.
Sigma Nu House dance.
Helena Hildreth, '19, has as guests,
her mother, Mrs. S. W. Hildreth, and
her sister, Mrs. II. Dunlap, of Lyons.
Max Baker, '18, went to his home at
St. Paul, yesterday, to stay until Mon
Faye Simon, '19, and Myrtle Beeler,
'18, will spend the week end in Omaha
and he guests at the Ak-Sar-Ben ball.
Catherine Newbranch, '19, Betty
Doyle, '17, Ralph Sturm, '18, and
James Boyd, '20, motored to Omaha
Thursday to the electrical parade.
Ellice Parker, of Central City, Is
visiting at the home of Prof, and Mrs.
Laltuo Gillern, '18, Geraldlne John
son, '20, Dan Proudflt, 19, and Robert
Chapin, '19, formed a party who mo
tored to Omaha to the Ak-Sar-Ben
Mary Hughey, ,'20, and Joe Kregar,
'20, were in Omaha to see the Ak-Sar-Ben
Florence Jenks, '20, and Martha Gar
rett, '20, will go to Omaha this after
noon to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben ball.
Geraldine Johnson, '20, will have as
week end house guests, at her home in
Omaha, Gertrude. Donovan, '20, and
Marguerite Lonani, '19, who will attend
the Ak-Sar-Ben ball Friday night.
Kathryn Howey, '19, will give a
house party at her home in Beatrice,
over the week end for Olive Black, '20,
Dorothy Davies, '18, John McDonald,
18, Leslie Putt, '18, and Lyle Rush
TOWNS CLAMORING FOR
UNIVERSITY WEEK SHOWS
(Continued from page 1)
in one of them burned down a short
time ago, they wrote to the University
week managers, assuring them that it
would be rebuilt in plenty of time for
All of the other towns that have had
the shows before, have put in a re
newed application. They do not care
for the argument that the exhibition
should be played in as many different
parts of the state as possible, but as
sert that the towns which first con
tracted for the shows and helped put
University Week on a paying basis,
deserve recognition. They point out
that the University is taking no
chances with them.
The western towns that have al
ready been mentioned declare that
they send more students to the Uni
versity In proportion to the population
than any other section of the state.
They say that to bring the University
Week to them next spring would be
giving recognition to the western part
of the state, and would result in the
greatest good to the University for
the high school pupils here have little
opportunity to get in touch with the
state school's activities.
The Next Shows
What shows will be taken next year
is still a matter of uncertainty. The
band will be one that seems a fore
gone conclusion, for it has proved one
of the most popular features. T"
Glee club may be another. The Dra
matic club play is again almost a cer
tainty. Last year the members of the
varsity debating team went, and a
member of the faculty. The faculty
lecturer will be a feature again, the
debating team - is problematical, al
though last year the debaters met with
enthusiastic receptions. The same
might be said, of course, for all the
R. J. Saunders is the business mana
ger of the University Week this year.
The association, which is sponsor for
the shows, is headed by Virgil Hag
gart of the Innocents. John Cook and
Fred Clark of the junior class are as
sistant business managers for the
LONG SCRIMMAGE FOR HUSKERS
PREPARING FOR FIRST GAME
(Continued from page 1)
ON DRY WORK
Says Colleges of State Are Lining Up
for Prohibition Amendment
W. Everett Baker, who spoke to the
local I. P. A. last night, has been
spending the past week among the col
leges out in the state. He says that
the students at those colleges are com
ing into line strongly for prohibition
and are offering their services to make
the state dry by going out as deputa
tion teams, and offering their musical
Baker says: "The soundness of the
principle of prohibition is based on
investigations of science which Bhow
that the beverage use of alcohol is an
evil 'per se.f If alcohol, taken in small
dosage, is beneficial to the protoplas
mic body, some kind of regulation
should be effected. As it is. all bev
erage use is abuse."
offense has as yet shown nothing start
ling in the transfer line, and is the
source of more worry than the line,
but it is the strength of the Drake
team themselves at this early stage
which is the real ghost in the Corn-
The Cornhusker coaching staff is not
depending upon press "dope" for their
information in regard to the Drake
Bulldogs. Assistant "Dick" Ruther
ford was in attendance at their open
ing game with Penn college, when
they achieved but a narrow margin
victory. It is not what Drake did Sat
urday, but what "Dick" is convinced
tbey could have done that is being
seriously considered by Husker men
tors. The line and backfield presents sev
en old men playing their accustomed
positions, and working together as
though preparing for the Thanksgiv
ing game, several of whom were stars
last year. The four vacancies left by
graduation and ineligibility have been
filled from an unusually strong fresh
That the Drake offense did not real
ly open up last Saturday sounds rea
sonable when it is remembered that
the Drake backfield, which is practi
cally the same, man for man, this year,
was the only one to score against the
all-victorious Huskers of a year ago
with the exception of Notre Dame.
One of these touchdowns was a simon
pure article, being achieved by a
plunge through the line after the ball
had been worked up from almost the
center of the field
New Drake Coaches
The new coaching regime instituted
at Drake this year, with Glaze, an old
Dartmouth man, at the head, is work
ing with real results, according to
press dispatches from Des Moines.
With an abundance of material at
their disposal, Glaze, and his helper,
Wier, are promising the Des Moines
college an eleven which will be a real
factor in the race for Missouri val
Coach Stewart has nothing definite
to say at this time as to who will start
against Drake. The probable linpup
might be arranged as follows: Back
field Cook, Caley, Doyle, Rhodes,
Gardiner and Proctor; ends Otou
palik and Riddell; tackles Wilder,
Norris and Corey; guards Kositzky,
Dale and Cameron; center Moser.
MRS. W. G. HILTNER
AT VESPERS SERVICES
The vesper services next Tuesday,
October 10. will be under the auspices
of the girl student volunteers. Mrs.
W. G. Hilt jer of Nank'ng, China, will
speak at this meeting. Mrs. Hiltner
was formerly Miss Carrio Schultz, '08.
After her graduation here she went
into the Y. W. C. A. work at Syracuse.
N. and later came back to Nebras
ka, where she was secretary of the
Y. W. C. A. for a year before her. mar
riage. Dr. Hiltner is one of the facul
ty of the Union Medical college at Nan
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Do you think either one of these men would be elect
ed president of the United States if he dressed like
Perhaps he would and then again "Perhays He
Wouldn't. fr But after all this picture is only to re
mind you that this is
Fall Dress Up Week!
A Good Time to Think Along These Lines. And let
let us also remind you that this store is
A GOOD PLACE TO BUY GOOD CLOTHES
This is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Manhattan and Yorke Shirts, Stetson, Schoble and
Gordon Hats, Munsing and Superior Union Suits,
Everwear and Interwoven Hosiery and many other
good things. Full Fall display now ready.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
Loeb's Orchestra, B 3708 B-1392.
TO RENT Good' rooms for two or
three gentlemen. One block from
school. Inquire at 331 No. 13tb.
LOST Self-filling Waterman fountain
pen. Finder please return same to
student activities office. 17-18-19
LOST In 102 Armory, blue pinched
back top-coat. Saml Spiro & Co.,
South Bend, Ind., brand on inside.
Return to student activities office. 3t
LOST White Shrine piu having on
it a star, shepherd's crook and
white cross. Return to student ac
tivities office. L-4489. 18-19
FOUND Fountain pen in Temple
building, marked University. Owner
can have same by calling at stu
dent activities office and paying
for this ad. 18-20
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