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THE t HESPEMAtf
76ci'ortlu ltiaiMwiAS for the l'cst of the
Gardner the tailor has put in a now stook
of mens furnishings Goods. See him
Christinas presonts, also join
Club, So. AVcst Cor. 11th & 0.
A very largo number of University students
heard James Whitcomb Riley the 22 ml. It
was a rare treat to hear the words of the
"lloosier" poet from his own lips.
Lincoln's "Hustlers" are the people to buy
of, if you don't know 'em, try their Three
"Beauts." They are cheap and hot as !
Pennsylvania also. Phone 440. 120(5 0.
Someone in making change at Hook Dep't.
of llerpolshoimer and Co. un Xov. 23. made
a mistake and paid too much. Whoever did
this will be given back the change if the party
calls at the store.
The Western College Magazine for Decem
ber is a football number of (54 pages. It will
a contain a personnel of each football team of
any prominence in the west. Nebraska will
have a good representation. There will be a
report of the Kansas-Nebr. game, also a cut
of the Nebr. team. Kvory student should
haveacopy of this number. See .J. F. Boom
er at the Co-op. and give him your name.
Subscribe for the IIkspkkian and get the
news, only 7oc the rest, of the year.
Students of the University and their friends
are invited to inspect our stock of Books.
Stationary, Music, and Musical Instruments,
before buying presents for their friends at
Christmas. We have all the latest publica
tions at cut prices, all the latest music at
half price v,ess, all the latest styles and
tints in stationery at about half the price
charged for the same goods elsewhere.
Musical Instruments, Guitars, Mandolins.
Autoharps, Violins, at prices novcr seen be
fore in Lincoln. Our celebrated Fountain
Pens arc in more demand than over. 1 f you
will send to or call at our Music Dept. you
can get a catalogue of over 4000 pieces of In
strumental and Vocal Music at fie per piece.
Book, Stationery and Music Departments,
ITorpolsheimer & Co.
Tho Betas gave an informal party Thanksgiving
Kd. Cranib, a Beta, spent Thanksgiving with his
parents near Fnii'lmry.
fleorgc and Harry Shcdd, Phi Psis, spent Thanks
giving at Ashland, their home.
Sigma Alpha Kpsilon gave an informal parly last
Delta Delta Delta gave a dancing party at the
Lincoln hotel Wednesday evening of last week.
Tomorrow evening the P. 1$. D. C. debate the
question Itcsolvcd that a national hoard should he
established for the arbitration of labor (roubles.
Thent i beginning to be considerable interest in
basket ball. Two teams were chosen from each the.
H, 11. and 5 o'clock classes. Contests were hold
this week to decide which te.im should bo the first
class team. Placek's team will represent the 11
o'clock division. The contests today will decide
the other team.
The Maxwell club and the U. B. I). C. has an in
teresting joint debate Saturday Nov. '20. The
question discussed was that "The deliconcy judg
ment law is just, and equitable." Miss Stall and
Messrs Denison and Lien represented the Maxwells.
.Messrs Sim pso;if linger ami Holliuback the Unions.
Jonas Lieu was one of the "big gnus" who went
to Council Mulls to witness the football game.
The Academy of Science met last Friday and Sat
urday in Nebraska hall. Among those who rati I
papers were Professors Ward, Harbour, Davis, More
and Wolcolt. Papers were also read by Miss Carrie
Harbour and by Messrs Hunter and Klmorc. Mr.
N. H. Dart on of tho geological survey gave a lecture
in chapel Friday evening on the geological features
of Nebraska. The members enjoyed a reception in
Palbulian hall Friday evening. Dr. Ward was
elected president at tho business session.
First Class Work in all Branches. See our work
and get prices on groups.
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