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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1904)
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Pttbllflhed dily, excopfifeanjuy &id Monday,
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vcrMty of Nobrnokn, Lincoln, Neb.
A consolidation of
The Hcuperlan, Vol. Ill, The NebrnHkan, Vo), 10
Scnrlct tnd Crom, Vol. 4.
Pnul A. EwIhk
. A". Q, Schrcfbcr
Walter E. Btnndovcn
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Society , .- r
- ,, J . Clyde Moore
Fml A . Swectloy
Rnyhiond TT. kcCnw
D. P Dc Young
Ml Mlnnlo Hitler
MIrh Ivotn Stttor
Kdltorlnl RooniH nnd Biuclnc-ta Office U 21 Oi
PoHtOffh'u Station A. Lincoln, Nc-br.
Bubwrlptlon Price, 2 per yenr, in ndvancc
Entered at tho. postolllce at Lincoln, Nob
ns second cIivhs mall matter under the act of
niiRrMK of Mnroh II, 1879.
Wc wish to dull the attention of our
hiIjfc rlbers and advertlaerB to the now
automatic telephone which has icoont
ly been Installed In our office, through
the klndnesa of the Lincoln Telephone
company. Its number Ik 1528 and it is
there to use. Ah soon as it can be
Installed wo will also have" a night
phone at our printing shop, where we
can be called up during the evening
while our paper is being made up.
We wish tho students of the university
and members of the faculty to make
use ol this ofllc p phone and the other
one, when It is put in, and by this
means let us know what is going on
Any bit of news, whether It be a huge
scandal, such as the Freshman cap
burning, or a mere personal mention,
is always welcome and appreciated,
and if the school will gi us hearty
o-o.ieiatlon in this matter, we can
make the paper that nun li more in
Kspcdally do we desire all personal
mentions to ionic to our eais for the
tampus gleaning column,, which Is one
of the most interesting departments
of our paper If the students ao not
Inform us of these little items they
uie apt to be overlooked, and the
columns are not complete without
them. So, to this end. wo ask you
to make use of our office on the second
Moor of University. Hall and also the
telephone Then, too. if ou hae an
business mnttois to adjust with the
business, management you are ah!
welcome to use the telephone. Of
couie. we do not expect subscriptions
to be paid over the telephone, but you
can be Informed over it how much you
stand In arrears, and how long it will
be before the account will be placed In
the hands of the law department.
We might add that there are times
when the editors and managers attend
v ljbses, and should you happen tolTng
up during one of these rare occur
lenoes, -when there is no one In the
offices, tf6 Hot "he discouraged, but ring
up again a few minutes later.
GRADUATE IS HONORED.
Adele Lathrop Wins a Prize for
The prize golden key offeied for the
best article contributed iu the last two
eais by an undergraduate to the
"Key of Kappa Kappa Gamma was
p warded during the summer to Miss
Adele; Lathrop, University of Nebraska
'01, at the last fraternity convention,
when she was selected editor for the
next two yeais. The concluding paia
graphs of the article In question, which
it entitled "Real Public Spirit," rm
"tnanenlly organized groap of congeiilaf
Bttidqjjta, and 4erefor,o. Is prepared to
tre a "more tYffectlve force than It is
usually possible for a group of students
uncongenial and temporarily organized
to bo. A chapter which promotes fra
ternity Interests -jntj, fraternity spirit,
to the exclusion or diminution of ac
tive and efficient interest nnd "Tmrtfol-
patjon Jiv college life, and affairs, Ja. a
usu iiucui, id, iu unu u Buuug imil justi
fiable term, a nuisance and not a .help
to the college, and shonltT be': Con
demned as Buch. A fraternity -should
be not only interested In all features
of college life, but Bhould encourage
active and sustained partlclpatipn in
college affairs. ,f should Hunrirmt ind
promote all general organizations, and
should give ready and active support
and cheerful, co-operation in all col
lege enttjrpiifees and llh'es of Work, so
cial, business, religious, athletic, liter
ary, or otherwise.
"College officers and authorities are
working for the ultimate good of the
wholo student body. So fraternity of-'
fleers and all members should en
deavor to show broad and healthful
public 'spirit: and this should hot be
restricted to the assuming of responsi
bilities which are attended with power
or distinction, but lm ninnlfoHt in Mi
places where hard work, silent help
Is needed, and where neither pioml
nence nor glory Is to bo expected A
girl who enters a fraternity snrclj
should not thereby cut herself off from
the activities and Interests to which
she has looked forward as "c ollege
life," but by her alliance with the or
ganization should enter into that life
more completely and more abr.ndantlv.
"Surely one should foster the spirit
of democracy In college association?,
of "lnduslveness" lather than ex
cluslveness In relations with girls of
other fraternities, and non-fraternity
girls ns well. Anv Individual or any
organization can be 'exclusive.' Noth
ing Is easier, or less profitable, or more
pleasli g to the spirit of vnnit and
shallow self content; but it takes
breadth of spirit, high minded insight,
peneiosity of put pose, and real se
curity of position to be inclusive'
the best sense of ili wcnl; ai.d 1',r
latter Is the better ideal "
The annual reception of the Lin
coln Academy was held at the academy
building last Satuiday evening. The
heads of the depaitments of the uni
erslty. Dr. Clyde Davis, of the affili
ated dental college, and President W.
G. Bishop, of the Lincoln Business Col
lege, were linited from 8 to 9 p. m.
Also the parents of the resident stu
dents were invited. From 9 to 10:30
the academy students assembled
The looms were beautifully decorated
with potted palms and cut flowers bv
the women teac hers, so that the usual
schoollJke appeal ance was entliely lost
Music was furnished by Miss Allen's
During the flist hour Mis I A
Sherman presided at the table and in
the later pirt of the evening Mis T.
II. McGahey The guests were served
by Miss Mabel Ashlev and Miss Flot
ence Hirst. The eening was a per
fect one in every respect.
A football rally was held at the
academy Monday. Speeches were made
by Messrs Graves. Miller and Myers.
Each made a strong appeal to the stu
dents to appear upon the field, don
the-football tOCS and r-nrrv tlm !o-
skin. The result was very gratifv-
uiK 10 supporters or the team. Al
most twice as many men appeared on
the field Monday night as have ever
been out to practice before. In spite
of tho fact that the prospect seemed
so encouraging last spring, only two
old men have been out for practice
These are Captain Miller and Hali
back Myers Berkley' Roedlger and
Fox ate not In school this year Shop
woik at the university prevents Ed
sren from playing Ex-Captain Dud
geon's studios bar him. Several mem
bers of last year's team were I incoln
Medical College students, but the med
ics are no longer ellcible tn th ..
since they do not have work in he
aimiuiuy uiis year, rne academy is
thus thrown noon its own rncmi-..aD
entliely. for men to make up the
u'uni i no material Is nevertheless to
be found in tho academy if the men
are gotten out.
Cliapln Bios., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
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A coat for fall wear on the street to
and from school dress or serai-dress occasions
and in addition give foil protection from rain.
Made in neatt fancy mixtures plain grays
and blacks. High, built up shoulders full
back plain or belted. $J0, $J2.50, $15, $J8
and $2Q each.
Our "Kensington" Fine Suits.
THE NEW BROWNS.
$ This is emphatically a brown and gray season
and we are adding several new patterns this week
in both single and double-breasted sacks. Choos-
ing was never better than now. Suits $15 to $30.
"Kensington" Suits They Fit.
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Wc expect to be appointed local agent for one of the
largest Fraternity Jewelry manufacturing concerns lu the
country. Meanwhile we carry the best grade of Diamonds,
Watches and Jewelry
in Lincoln. M . G WOLFF
139 So. 13th
Serves the Famous
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And Caters to Student
Special Table for Ladles.
117-121 N 13th Street
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