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made twenty yards, when Benedict
kicked the ball thirty-five yards.
The ball was now on Missouri's five
yard lino. The Nebraska lino at this
stage of the game was like a stone wall
and three attempts netted Missouri but
one yard. They then kicked twenty
yards and Benedict brought it back.
Nebraska soon lost the ball and when
time was called it was at the center of
the field in the possession of Nebraska.
The line-up was as follows:
McCaslin 1j. E Drain
Hartung U T Pearse
Craig T,. G Brew
Kramor C Koohler
Bohort It. G Ringer
Kruse It, T West over
Saunders Tt. B Cortolyou
Houx Q Tukey
Washer It. H Benedict
Cooper L. H Crnndall
Thurman P. B Carver
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
The girls of the university should be
sure not to miss the treat in store for
thorn October 27-29. The state conven
tion of the association will be held at
that time in the First Presbyterian
church of this city. Miss Coude of
Chicago and other members of the in
ternational board of the Y. W. C. A.
will give addresses. Miss Margaret
Kyle, secretary of the city association
will speak. Fine music; all are cor
A cabinet meeting of the Y. W. C. A.
was held last Wednesday, at which
plans were discussed for the associa
tion work. The outlook is most en
couraging. The membership now
reaches almost 200. This number,
however, is small in comparison with
the number o'f girls in tho .university.
Why cannot all become identified with
Six bible classes have been formed in
the university. All girls are cordially
invited to join at least one of these
classes. The list of bible study classes
is as follows:
Studies in the Life of Christ (one
hour credit), 310 L, Tuesday,
5-G Dean Wilson
The Life of Christ (Sharman). Y.
W. C. A, room, Saturday, 3-4. .
Miss Katharine Woods
The Life of Christ (Sharman), Y.
W. C. A. room, Friday, E-G...
Miss May Hopper
Historical Studies in the Old Test
ament, Y. W. C. A. room, Sun
day, 3-4 Miss Margaret Lynn
Fundamental Principles of Chris
tian Living (Miss Babcock).
Y. W. C. A. room. Tuesday,
5-0 Mrs. Hodgman
Fundamental Principles of Chris
tian Living (Miss Babcock),
Y. W. C. A. room. Friday. 4-5.
Miss Bortha Walvoord
Energy is being exerted toward ob
taining a college secretary. The work
of the association has become so heavy
that this is an absolutely necessary addition.
R .& . .& . $
Scholarship oifer will remain open
for one more week. It will posi-
tivel close October 81, unless;
some .tndent offers to take advan
tage of it.
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V..KS' ?& WiSH r;i jw
You Want the Finest
We Have it
HAVE YOU CALLED
" Bool Store?
You will find a complete line of school
supplies, text books, note paper, his
tory covers, drawing, botany and zoo
logy instruments. Waterman's Ideal
fountain pens, and in fact, everything
that a student will possibly use
Newly Furnished, and Operated in First
L C HOLADAY, Prop.
Special attention given lo studants.
make a apecialty of Sunday dinners.
:tl(J So. 12!h St., Lincoln, Neb.
Director Hastings ha just received
a standard dynoniotor, ordorod wmc
we'ohs ago. TIiJb Interesting little ma
rhlno. constructed from the flneat
steal and put together with the grm
eat Bkill, can by determining the sep
arate Btrongth of the chet, buck jtnd
legs, compute the trcngih of the en
tire body in foot pound without the
8lightBt variance. The teats of the
athletes and strong men of the unlvor
Hlty will begin in November and -will
be taken every Saturday thereafter.
Accurate record of these ULs will be
Itept in every ease, and Dr. Hasting
is confident that Nobraha in on will
show up well in the records of the na
tional strength tasting association, in
which are represented the recorflu of
all leading colleges and universities of
Ftiniixlif'il IUhuh in ( 'oninefioii
1130 N St.
Students. Especially lnvitod to Call
B2. & C. BARBER SHOP
11 44 O Street.
121 NORTH lltli STREET.
Oysters, Fish and Game in Season.
isc. Meals our Specialty.
Open All Night.
South Hth St.
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11 "7 North nth St.
., Hi CALL AND SEE THEM.
D. E. DePUTRON,
IS WHAT WE CHARGE FOR
THE CADET TJNIFOR TROUS
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KENTON MILLS WOOLENS....
Got Lots of Wear in them.
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