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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Your Next Pair
at the store that can
give you the most
for your money.
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If $5 or $6 is the price
you will pay, then come
to U3 we'll fit you in a
pair of Florsheims the
best value for the money
-V-i E-t style, conifort
an J quality, the three
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interested and you "get
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' 13TH AND P
Overcoat time fellows. Bet
ter hurry in and pick out the
Pinch Back, Loose Backs,
or any other kind
The College World
STUDENT SOLDIERS ENJOY
FACILITIES AT TEXAS U
University of Kansas, Illluols and
Wisconsin troops are enjoying the hos
pitality of reading rooms, baths, Bwini
mlng pool3, aud billiard rooms at the
V. M. C. A. of the University of Texas
"More than 15,000 guardsmen are
made welcome, and their soldier life
and equipment is of Interest to spec
tators." says the Dally Texan. "Many
companies have football men gathered
from the schools In the different
states from which they come. They
hiked up 8.1 miles, from San Antonio.
The governors of four states, includ
ing Governor Capper of Kansas, will
attend the review, upoh their return
to San Antonio."
A petition to the president of the
University of Texas appears in the
Daily Texan for the installation of a
military course at the university.
Soldier life seems to appeal to the
University of Texas men. Exchange.
as popular airs. Rhapsody No. 2, by
Frana Liszt, is said to bo more in fa
vor than any other composition. Min
The other day in the Minnesota
Union, while a modem piano artist
was Betting forth varied strains of
music the difference was highly no
ticeable. While he was playing clas
sical airs nearly all stopped their read
ing or talking and listened, but when
he essayed ragtime the attention be
stowed upon the piano noticeably
ceased. The conclusion is obvious.
A party of thirty freshmen at the
University of Michigan furnished the
entertainment for several hundred
students on the Libe steps last week.
Baying at the moon, meeting the trains
and help passengers ala redcaps, and
singing sweetly, were some of the
stunts they performed to the entire
satisfaction of the Sophs. Exchange.
OF DEEPEST WORTH
These are the things I prize
And hold of deepest worth:
Light of the sapphire skies,
Peace of the silent hills,
Shelter of forest, comfort of the grass,
Shadow of clouds that swiftly pass.
And after showers,
The smell of flowers.
And of the good brown earth.
And best of all. along the way.
Friendship and mirth.
Henry van Dyke.
Over a hundred colleges are now of
fering curriculum courses in the study
of the liquor problem, according to a
I recent investigation of the Intercol
I legiate Prohibition association. Ex-
CLASSICAL MUSIC MORE v
POPULAR THAN RAGTIME
Although the average American may
think that ragtime is the most popular
kind of music in this country, figures
recently collected by a player piano
concern show that from two or three
times as many classical pieces are sold
Wisconsin. Faculty regulations aud
a-rnnlclrvn will nrovpnt thp whnlARnle
j wtrw.w.wM - -- - - -
i kidnapping of freshmen by sophomores
!thls year. The Frosh have sworn to
j throw as many Sophs in the lake as
the Sophs throw in Frosh. Exchange.
Purdue. B. F. Milssuer, ex-'17, has
written a book entitled "Radio Dyna
mics;" this book deals with the evo
lution of tela-mechanics, the art of
controlling mechanism at a distance
without the use of electrical conduct
ors, radio telegraphy and torpedo con
trol problems. Exchange.
IN OTHER UNIVERSITIES
Cornell has enrolled a decidedly
larger number of men this year than
ever before; forty-six per cent of the
604 students enrolled are men as com
pared with forty per cent of the stu
dent body last year. Exchanges.
After an all night struggle at Grin
nell the freshmen made captives of all
but twenty-three of the members of
the sophomore class, and when the
whistle blew as six o'clock in the
morning for the scrap to begin, there
was not much of an argument with
regard to the supremacy of the lower
classmen. Exchange. t
FRANK A PETERSON
Class '05, Law '10
Democratic Candidate for
r .-i. .1.- ii. it, nmuJ , llne
Vr natural complexion It
mmk tqftm, mart ImiitijoL
WhiU tmitilU. O impart
m toft enrnwrn faimat a iU
fJexionPotoJtr to tail your can.
pUxhv-UHk. FUL Cnmm.
To mfiifrfotni pmmirrint.
The University of Nevada has re
cently installed a night school for law
students. As the paper is printed in
Reno, there is a field for a good night
law class at the state university.
President Thompson of Ohio state,
has installed "traffic cops" in the
main hall between classes to regulate
the congestion which occurs every
hour as sctudents go to- and from
A campaign is being waged in the
Texas legislature for an appropria
tion of $7,000,000 to put the state uni
versity on a higher plane. This is the
first state aid Texas has received for
several years. Exchange.
The minstrel show which the sopho
mores at New Hampshore ordered the
' freshmen to give last Saturday night
was broken np when a number of
husky first-year men got loose and
captured the committee which was
running the affair. Exchange.
Iowa. A girL named Harriett Tulis
seriously injured herself in one of her
class periods by sticking a fountain
pen in her own eye. Iowa is going to
try to send a rifle team to the Na
tional tournament in Florida. Exchange.
The Fashion Kings of the East Are
Favoring this Women's Store Ahead
With "Select" New Styles
Kvery incoming express brings
more garments to supply the
great demand. If you looked
last week, come again. The
stock is like "a moving picture
i-ool a continuous incoming
and passing out on the same
View This Varied Assemblage
of Coats, Suits, Dresses and
Without any obligation to buy.
It will pay you to be postedon
what is authentic for Fall and
The Very Finest Coats We
THE WONDERFUL BOLIVIA
The soft velour de laines the,
suede clothes and the many
new dull finished materials that
have warmth without weight.
Their colorings are Burgundy,
plum, Santiago, brown, green,
field mouse, sulphur, black. All
are so unordinary and their
different linings of pussy willow
and their trimmings of mole and
seal are better than usual. Some
models entirely plain are priced
$40 to $80
feature Plush, Velvet, Velour Cloth and Novelty Coats at $15, $18, $20, $25
The Best Values and Greatest Variety of
Women's Mannish Tailored Suits
A complete line, too. You will find everything from the severely tailored men's wear serges
to the most seductively feminine chiffon velvet, fur trimmed novelty suits.
There's a great deal of newness to this season's suits the long lines, the novelty
collars, the new arrangements of braid, button and fur trimmings.
We feature Suits at ; $25
See our Checked Velour Suits the broadcloths the velvets the serges gabardines, poplins.
We think you will find these Suits marvelous values. ,We have excellent Suits for less and we can
gratify your wishes up to a $195 Model Suit. -
FURS FOR FALL AND
Short and Long Coats, Muffs
and Neckpieces in all the
Desirable Furs. Attractively
See the remarkable values in
Women's Georgette Waists
featured at this low price
SUITS FOR STOUT
Designed especially to fit and
become the extra size figure.
Sizes 44 to 58 bust measure.
THE STORE AHEAD
Mayer Bros. Co.
ELI SHIRE, Pres.-
terstate contests first out of 1,375
best student orators in all parts of
the country who originally started to
climb toward national honors this is
what it will mean to win in the .na
tional oratorical contest of the LP. A.
at Lexington, Ky, December 28. Exchange.
The Colgate university Maroon
urges the organisation of more fra
ternities at Colgate on the grounds
that at present less than 50 per cent
of the students belong, with the re
salt that there is a split in the school
between the "barbs" and the frat men,
hence hurting the spirit of the col
The campus at the University of
Washington baa been greatly improved
during the summer months. Two new
halls, the re grading of the athletic
field, and the erection of new bleach
ers are some of the recent additions.
To be 'first out of 240 college and
university pablic speaking contests.
53 state contests and eight great in-
Ohio $80,829.60 is the total amount
for fees paid to the bureau here. A
blind girl here is preparing to teach
people who have their sight. She car
ries 17 "hours' of work- Exchange.
Southern California. "By running
our fingers into our beards and meas
uring each day's growth of hair on
our fingers, we were able to calculate
the passing of days without a notched
stick," said Professor Festus Owen,
of the psychology department, who has
been on a Robinson Crusoe expedition
in the mountains. Exchange.
Register for your music work at
THE UNIVESITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Twenty-Third Year just commencing
Many teachers in all branches of music to choose from.
Dramatic Art Aesthetic Dancing
Ask for information
WTLLARD ET1IBALL, Director
11th and R Sts. Opposite the Campus
Miss Celia Harris, "09, Is Tisiting In
Lincoln. Miss Harris, who is a well
known writer, has been studying at
Radcliffe, with Professor Baker of Har
vard, for the past year.
333 North 12th St
Cleaners, Pressers,' Dyers
For the "Work and Service that
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equipped Dry Cleaning Plant in the
West One day service if needed.
Reasonable Prices, good work, prompt
service. Repairs to men's garments
Buy Your Black and White Shoes Nov!
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