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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1904)
G b e H a 1 1 fUbrae ftan
Published dUyx excopfflundny and Mond,
by tlioHeHptnrlarf Publishing Co., at tbo"Unl
vorclty of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nob.
A cbrfsolld'atlon of
Tho HcporlUi, Vol. Bl, ThoNebrnHkan, Vol, 10
Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Asv't. Adv. Manager
Paul A. Ewing
A. G. Sohrolber
Walter E". Standevcn
.t Clyde Moore
Frwl A. Sww-ley
Raymond H . McCaW
D. P. r5c Voting
Mlft Minnie fllller
MlflR Lta Stcttct
tho spirit Shown Monday is hero to
stay and to bo shown. Speakers noted
tor their football enthusiasm and their
f ability to Jolly the crowd will give
ovidonco of these traits this morning
and evory seat Bhduld be filled 'and
standing room put at a premium.
It was impossible to secure the
chapel Friday and this is the last
chance to get together before the
Creighton game In Omaha Saturday.
Flans for tho excursion will be given
put. Everybody turn out.
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln, Nob.,
oh Hfcoml-olam mall matter under the act of
'ronRrowiof March 8, 1879.
Individual notices will Ixi charged for at the
rate of 10 eentH for eooh lnKortlon. Faenltv.
departn ital and unlvondty bulletins will
Kindly be published free, aH heretofore.
The clipping from The Kansan of
Kansas University! which was pub
lished In yesterday's Nebraskan, has
ben the gourco of much comment, none
of which was complimentary. It had
been generally hoped and felt since
the occasion of the Kansas-Nebraska
debate In Lincoln last spring, that
friendly relations might again be ro
fiimed by tho two schools, and The
Nebraskan, for one, had believed that
sentiment In Kansas had grown less
bitter toward Nebraska, as we know
Is the case here as regards Kansas.
There has been no call for such spite
ns Is ovidenced by The Kansan's
Itl i -mtUfmmam in i rt
The Delta Delta Delta's have so
cured two new pledges, Miss Palm
qulst and Miss Covey.
Miss Madeline Hills of Omaha spent
Sunday at the Delta Gamma house, as
the guest of Mies Ellen True.
Miss Mamlo Eustus of Auburn, Neb.,
was the guest of her cousin. Miss Al
lie Lurlong, for a few days last week.
Miss Nell Randolph of Omaha will
be tho gueBt of Miss Ella Harper at
thcKappa Alpha Theta house the last
0; this week.
Another Initiation of the Sigma
Chls will be held October 21st.
at the 'f rat house. H. Carney of Stan
ton. Neb., and G. J. Prongfltt of Den
ver, Col., will be Initiated. A banquet
will bo served at the 1 Indell after
On Tuesday evening the Sigma Chls
gavo an Informal chafing dish party
to about fifteen young ladles. Mrs.
Mary Frltzjerald acted as chaperone.
After the spread, dancing and music
woio tho order of the evening.
Miss Faith lioel of Omaha fs ex
pected at the Kappa Alpha Theta
bouse to attend the Initiation, the
last of this week. Miss Hop Is a
member of this fraternity, but was un
able to continue her studies at the
pnnlversity this year.
Kostka Glass &
1211 0 Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
Text Books, Nebraska Folios and Paper, Note Books.
Waterman Fountain Pen
at BROWN'S, 127 south Eleventh
The girls of the dormitory held an
Informal dance on Tuesday evening.
There Is some talk of a cakewalk, to
"Price Does Not Make Quality"
My price only is on the "cheap" order.
Styles snappiest of the snappy.
Qet acquainted with us.
BUDD, at the $2.50 HAT STORE
FranK E Lahr
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g STOVES eitnd
7f rj ff J J
INVITES the atten
tion of all students
to his line of Cali
pers, Oil Slips, Roles
and all items reduired
by them in the Stove
and Hardware line.
article. Kansas has no bono to pick
with Nebraska now. Expressions and
uctlons such as she Is now apparently
Indulging In are childish, ridiculous
and uncalled for.
But It Is already apparent that If
Kansas is to root for Haskell. Ne
braskans will not be slow to take up
the challenge. If Kansas's attitude to
ward us is still one of animosity, she
may be certain that Nebraska will not
be imposed upon. If Kansas as well
as Haskell is to oppose us on Novem
ber 12, wo may assure them that Ne
braska rooters will be as plentiful as
those of weeping Kansas, and it be
, hooves them 'to get busy If the con
test is to be of interest.
This morning there will bo the first
football mads meeting of tho year
held in chapel. This is the first op
portunity to prove to the team that
be held on Friday evening, and the
girls are busy preparing sultablo cos
tumes. The first regular monthly dance
will probably be given next week.
The initiation of Alpha Theta
Chi took place last Saturday
evening. After the usual initiation
ceremony a dinner at tho fraternity
house followed. Covers wore laid for
thirty. Among the alumnae were Dr
Clements, Doctor Dales, Professor Pi
per, Doctors Orr and Pointer and Nell
Cronln of Lincoln.
The Kappa Kappa Gammas held
their annual Initiation at the frat
house on Monday evening. Tho initia
tion ceremony was followed by a large
"feed," at which alumni local mem
bers and "pledges" participated. Those
initiated were Miss Eva Sly, Forn Leet
and Ethel Burkett of Pawnee; Miss
Verne Hall of restpn, Miss Ruth Ba
ker, Edna Baker, Mary Minor. Flor
ence Woods and Misses Extello and
This route gives you 200 miles along the match
less Columbia River, a great part of the distance
the trains running so close to the river that one
can look from the car window almost directly into
the water. Two through trains daily with ac
commodations for Ul classes of passengers.
Shortest Line -Fastest Time.
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