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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
B Estab. 1871 " O St,
HARM AC Y
WED., THURS., FRI., SAT.
Mu6ic, Science and Mirth
MISSES SHAW & CAMPBELL
NELSON & CRONIN
CHALLEN & KEKE
DAVIS & CHADWICK
JACK TRAINOR & CO.
In Jack Lait's "HELP"
TOPICS OF DAY
B MATS. 25c and 50c
13 EVE. 50c to $1.25
THURS., FRI., SAT.
WILLIAM S. HART
"SHUFFLE THE QUEENS"
A New Christie Comedy
Rialto Symphony Orchestra
Pathe Semi-Weekly News
Topical and Travel Pictures
THURS.. FRI SAT. W
GREEN & PUGH
BELL & CARON
Intrrnntlannl New Weekly
shows mtr at s:m. i, .
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Out where the west beglnB lluck
Jones battles for love and money.
Admirers of cowboys would hail him
with a shout for he is a real one and,
on the side he wins "Rose" and a
"Littlo Women" Orpheum.
Mog and Jo, Beth, Amy and Laurie
and all the rest of that happy troupe
which have delighted us all so often,
paraded once more before the eyes ot
a delighted audience last Tuesday.
Miss Edith May Clarke In the role
of "Jo" was the outstanding feature.
Although prettier than one thinks Jo
was, she plays her part well and keeps
her , audience on the road between
tears and laughter throughout the
play. The scenery aids the cast in
converging over the footlights that
peaceful atmosphere which Is half of
Thirteen New Members
Pledged To Sigma Tau
THIRTEEN NEW MEMBERS
Sigma Tau, honorary Engineering
fraternity, .announced the pledging or
the following new members after a
meeting of the society Thursday
O. F. Upllnger, R. C. Talbot, H. U.
Van Brunt, B. O. Dorn, V. S. Acton,
C. A. Sjogren, P. M. Parker, P. E.
Petersen, L. W. Metzger, R. A. OJer,
M. R. Joy, A. V. Lundgren, II. N.
To Have Footbal Team
THURS., FRI., SAT.
In a Thrilling Romance of the
"HIS MASTER'S BREATH"
MUTT AND JEFF
"THE MERRY CAFE"
Drink Our Egg Malted Milk
They are a full meal.
Oaear R. Cane. V. X. '1. Mgr.
TAILORS OF QUALITY
Cleaning and Remodeling for
Ladies and Gents.
131 No. 11th St. B1423
An unusually good and "diffeient"
bill is the one which the Orpheum has
this week. Lovett's "Concentration,"
which is the headliner is a most
unique entertainment. Mr. Lovett
through the power of concentration,
has his orchestra play any musical
selection any one person hums over
in his mind. At first the audience Is
inclined to be skeptical but Is finally
convinced of the man's wonderful
power. Charles Kenna, who initiates
a street fakir and Jack Trainor and
company In a clever skit are perhaps
the next best on the bill. Bob Nelson
and Frank Cronin in a Jazz song act
are also good.
"Well, Boss, we have to show our
sand now," is the Iheme of the pic
ture at the Rialto. And William S.
Hart with his loyal horse, Boss, shows
his usual grit .and dauntlessness
which is always a source" of pleasure
to his admirers.
Coal Industry Film
Shown To Engineers
The various steps In the production
of coal were shown in the film pre
sented by the Mechanical Engineer
ing Department Thursday in room 206
of the Mechanical Engineering build
ing. "The Story of Coal," by the Pea
body Coal Company, gave a complete
survey of the coal manufacturing
field. Views of the big mines of the
country with close ups of the mining
settlements were featured. The dif
ferent processes of the mining, haul
ing, washing and loading of coal were
taken up. ' '
to be shown next
be "Making Fine
Tools," by the L. S
Indications are that the Engineer
ing College will be represented by a
strong gridiron aggregation before the
football season comes to a close.
From forty to fifty engineers have
been reporting dally for practice on
the field north of the Social Science
building. . Work thus far has been
limited to kicking and passing the
ball and rudimentary signal practice.
The squad is handicapped by lack ot
football suits and until the players
are able to discard gym suits and
overalls and don the moleskins scrim
mage will be very lightly indulged in.
Due to the many laboratory periods
carried by the engineers practice is
possible only from 5 to 6 o'clock from
Monday to Friday and from 8 to la
o'clock Saturday morning. Luni
Doyle, Husker football star in the
days of Jumbo Steihm, is coaching
LOST Black loose leaf note book,
containing law cases, east side
Museum. Return to Student Ac
tivities office: It
Lily Bischop, pianist, parties, etc.
LILY BISCHOP, pianist, parties, etc.
SOUTHERN RAGG-A-JAZZ at the
LINCOLN HOTEL, Saturday, Oc
tober 30. 3t
WANTED Three experienced sales
men attending college to sell to
college , men our exclusive line of
young men's extra pants, leather
and sheepskin coats, custom made
shirts, ties, bathrobes, etc. $1,000
to $5,000 easily made. Jonn
Duffield' ,& Sons, 506 Lyon St.,
Grand Rapids, Mich. It
..OST A Sterna Nu sister pin some
where between the Law building
and the Alpha Phi house or between
iha lnttpr and the city Y. M. U
Finder please return to Student
LET Stafford's Peerless Orchestra
Graham, Uni'a master saxopnonwi.
Now is the time to wear a
Do not be bothered with a cumbersome
coat when you can wear a sweater and
feel free and easy.
Fall Days Are
We carry a complete line of all
kinds of sweaters, in all styles
and colors. V neck sweaters are
the "big thing' today. Sweater
coats are going big also.
"The Sporting Goods Store"
117-119 South 14th St.
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American Legion Vaudeville
ORPHEUM THEATRE .
OF INTEREST TO COLLEGE MEN!
Priced Regularly 3.00 to 8:00
Now Reduced - - - - - -
A COMPLETE line of white Oxford cloth shirts, sizes
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It's here. Made by the Kirschbaum
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