The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 4, 1922 · Page 10
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 10

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Wednesday, October 4, 1922
Page 10
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THE LINCOLN STAR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1922. NEBRASKA STOCK TUMBLES; HUSKERS IN RAGGED WORKOUT rwiKiu Varsity Men Show Mediocre Scoring Ability In Bout With Freshmen. taSKWl TO PUT UP FIGHT the Saturday Game. . - - , . . Physical Condition of South T"ywL J Dakota Declared to Be the Best In Years. Edited W f SPORTS CDYOTES IN TRIM sj i VALLEY TWIN i ACTION THIS WEEK IN THRILLING TIE Conference Gridiron Season1 Darkness Halts Ball Game at Halfback Lathrop Declared ij nnn mil I m TniPl Gets Under Way in Every ! End of 11 Innings: Score i Ineligible and "Hap Adams H If r I Ml I n IK ; Camo But Oklahoma. Even at 4 to 4. Placed on Sick List. UUU B Wh.ft - 1 - U iii.w.. I GAMES THIS WEEK, iversity of South Dakota ersity of Nebraska at Lincoln. varsity of Kansas vs. Army :ollega vs. Columbia i college i Plaster Paris Bandages Gave;M j Fitz His Chance to Give 0;7n. l Jen stitt Lacing. Roii. .liege State collega "'."wunp n;'nTr'd .i OvM'isaifdor SIXa Jf tha USItty Norfolk will mt Jt jjj JJj Bv' i d t'i p S4LTS LAST YEAR, j w ' Two u - ;im ',V,i,'Slt" - uvnfn.r N'0 - - .sL. ,',)'t IS l'ul" tn ?" Beatrice Mtins ;irp r' - nnlnjc to j slmmons twAco. Put no one was RESULTS LAST WEEK. j ''" !) "' ' : ':' f ' In ;u"t,1,,n - r,'l'".p,"1,. Combat ncif.l ti. f' "S,' ',!''.! ' - T . Jj'V i.'rnJulrv,lVh,; J t,ir" "nt '" fJ,n forKruv to see j aiie then to ronvinco .Toff fullv that Grinned college, 14; Parsons col - 1 "j! ' ,V " " , ,' ; i V,,,' "alwu ;. inw, ;if i;:''iv:!,,;:;:''T!J!',yh:;I' "ir lot - fui" mu a B.g Hmi. iS t iUu i vj :. Gloom Descends " ,nton Hr ;;::", j;;: v;.::.,,;: ...V'jl ;:" Table Rock Hi j On Havelock Hi :; ...... j j .TSffi XrUil I Jof e4 ouuSer Tlh?l ' ' Pitcher Hurls i Football C amp ; llr..wn !i !?j i'ubr;;::! 'I;:::?'::, Jrff WS. S A No - Hit Game n hin ; h ; , b (ul j : yl; t.'i nf.'.r " . , w , jK&r y orla lori7, , We Deliver Pir 'i' H:;;;': ErSw 2 Svnl iSSJS3s: ;! : the Goods !! Vw . - .n ''f"(), ;v; Vi W b n pCujaS1!! ' Thicii it Aj '...V ,.,. li'n; ( '. .rr,..t anyplace anytime .i - .h'nh. - n m clarar JJj J1 fjjt Vewmes ' ' lv Monday nffhi S! 'm - .,. . - - , MJj ( I GOOD TRUCK SERVICE !i:;rla',,' ... ' " " !S SS3 '" 55 :" ; 23513 ?S ' S x;,l. Ford Delivery Co. Hikini. M Ml I " jjjjjjj J J . ven Til red ntfbl xv 1 a' 1 ' St 1,lar,U8 219 - 23 So. 10th B3294 i , . ' '' - thoee inttaneea nr - r.u u),... - t I Charles OreifOry says I HIT DV IMIIIDV nil di iiwuiii , :v - . ... ..... , I Lincoln Hat Works - , RENOVATORS 1 54 0 I REMODELERS M n n 2 - 1 MAKERS Ql ss5l J Wants U, S. to Ask Allies to Send Men To Occupy Thrace SPECIAL 3 95 Knitted Sport Coats f Belteti 2 Pockets A Surprisingly Big Value Radio Contestants our window displaj is changed o ma Might School OPENS THIS WEEK C all and Arrange Your Work Now. SEVEN MONTHS $25 . 00 Lincoln Business College (otner Regulars f Tumble Alumni in Expect 00 Stock Practice Contest To Be Skyrocketed 1 (Foreign Reporter Killed In Crash Charters Coach; Two Cars Collide Takes Party to And Woman Is Hurt Iowa - Yale Game Kl m vn n . . v ti . Send Us Your Overcoat Now Printing Motor Inn Garage 15,000 ft. floor ipace, at 11J5 M, will .rntinuo to Storage Painting Washing Light Repairing DonJt Be Fooled OOL me once says the proverb, "and 1 it's shame on you. Fool me twice and it's shame on me." Don't be fooled when it comes to spending your money. Patronize the merchants who have a reputation for fair dealing and honesty. Such motives must actuate the consistent advertiser. The man who invests real money in building a reputation for himself and his merchandise cannot afford to risk any of it by taking unfair advantage E his patrons. The consistent advertiser pays money to tell you about his goods. He knows they are good he backs them with his money because he believes they will satisfy. Only merchandise which is consistently good can be consistently advertised. So advertising protects you against fraud and inferiority. It tells you what is new and good, making you a wise buyer. It saves you money by pointing out for your consideration only the best products and the best buy them, Thrifty men and women read the advertisements. To them it is plain every - day business proposition a duty they owe to themselves and to their pocketbooks. Don't be fooled. Dont pend your money blind'y. Read the advertisements. The Lincoln Star "NEBRASKA'S BI - ST NEWSPAPER" i

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