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THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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"BOOKS AND THINGS"
Second-Hand Books at prices to make you happy We
also have some new books at very low prices
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Our prices range from $100 to $1000
Do not buy elsewhere until you see our pens.
We Carry Art Goods of all kinds; Penants galore.
Our Clerks desire to greet the old students and get acquainted with
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SORORITIES GET PLEDGES
Kate, Omaha; Irene Dalley, Folrbury.
Pi Beta Phi Gertrude Lyford, Falls
City J Grace Lyford, Falls City; Jun6
Brown, Kearney; Lucllo Brown, Lin
coln; Jean McGuhey, Lincoln; Helen
Vincent, Lincoln; Bula Bates, Spring
1 field; Sylvia Killlan, Wahoo; Ada
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lLacey, Council Bluffs; Penna Boehler,
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BREAKS ALL RECORDS
student will be asked to sign a class
roll upon commencing his work.
While the registering of freshmen
has seemed to progress very slowly,
an attempt has been made to give
thing checked up and squared up at the
Wednesday evening saw the great
est rush that has occurred thus far.
The rule requiring that all juniors and
seniors pay a fine of three dollars if
not registered by that time, caused a
great rush of registration among the
upper classmen. Registration was per
mitted until six o'clock, but even then
many could not register. Yesterday the
Chancellor was beseiged with those
suffering under the enforcement of the
Many complaints were made about
the action of this rule and many de
clared that they were not treated fair
ly. It is contended by the office, how
ever, that notification of the change
was given in the schedule of classes
issued last spring.
To upper classmen the university
presents but little change in appear
ance. The university book store has
been moved from the rooms formerly
occupied in the basement of the ad
ministration building to the north
east corner of the first floor of the
MOVE CLOSER TO UNI
2732 O street; Alpha Theta Chi,' 1412
It Btreet; Beta Theta Pi, 1536 P
street; Delia Tau Delta, 1420 It street;
Delta Upsllon, 1436 S street; Kappa
.Sigma, 310 South Fifteenth street; Phi
Delta Theta, 1604 S street; Phi Gam
ma Delta, 1232 It street; Phi Kappa
Psl, 611 North Sixteenth street; Sigma
Alpha Epsllon, 307 North Twenty-fifth
street; Sigma Chi, 618 North Sixteenth
Sororities Alpha Chi Omega, 612
South Sixteenth street; Alpha Oml-
cron Pi, 745 South Fifteenth street;
Alpha Phi, 126 North Twenty-sixth,
street; Chi Omega, 1035 J street; Del
ta Delta Delta, 1622 S street; Delta
Gamma, 1401 Q street; Kappa Alpha
Theta, 423 North Thirteenth street;
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1527 M street;
PI Beta Phi, 345 North Thirteenth
Some of our readers send the "Rag"
to out-of-town friends. It tells now
that would be too much bother to
IT HAS BEEN VERY GOOD
girls will be expected to fill it at
every contest. The Cornhusker man
ager has seen several of the Ne
braska co-eds and they have assured
him that they will not depend on
the boys to take them to the games
this season. Several of them In fact,
have bought) the student tickets al
ready. The tickets are on sale at the book
stores and may also be secured from
several students who are veiling them
around the campus. Each purchaser
is compelled to sign an agreement,
binding him not to allow anybody else
to use the ticket The new books will
admit the buyer to' the first game" on
the Nebraska schedule, with Peru,
Thomas Bockcs, Law 1008, Is in tho
law ofllco of Martin and Ayer at Con
Laura A. Rhoadcs, 1008, Is teaching
Gorman and ancient history In tho Fro
mont high school.
Charles Borer, captain of tho 1005
Nebraska football team, has registered
for third year work In tho law school.
Hugh W. Craig, 1007. will ontor Cornoll
college at Ithaca. N. Y this month.
Tho Dally Nobraskan. Including tho
large, Illustrated football number to bo'
Issued Thanksgiving, Is $2.00 tho year.
Manager Eager has moved his athletlo
headquarters and trophy room to tho
second floor of tho unlvorslty tomplo at
tho southeast cornor of Twelfth and R
Tho 1008 Y. W. and Y. M. C. A. hand
books aro being distributed at tho rooms
of the associations In tho temple No
charge Is mado for them.
Professor Leon Aylesworth spent tho
summer studying at tho University of
Wisconsin In Madison.
Leslie HIggens, 1007. is employed on
tho editorial staff of tho Omaha World
Herald. Paul Bell. 1008, and captdln of tho
1908 basketball team, Is tho Colorado
state manager for tho Bankers Llfo In
surance company of Dos Moines, Iowa.
Otis Hassler, 1008. and Edna Flock
aro Instructors in tho high school at
R. I. Elliott, 1900, Is teaching in tho
Keo Currlo, 1008, has accepted a posi
tion In tho Folrbury high school whoro
sho Is now an Instructor.
Herbert Meyers, 1907, Is ttngaged In
pushing tho candidacy of William H,
Taft In Custor county.
Leoto. Lapp, 1007. Is again a member
of tho Falrbury high school teaching
staff. Sho spent thq summer on the
Claude Alden, 1008, and captain of tho
1008 track team, is an instructor in the
Kearney high school. Ho also has charge
ui Liin iliiiihiiith sir innr ainnnni
Mosslo Klmmol, 1008, is a teacher in
tho Pawnee City high school.
John R. Purcell. 1008, has returned
to Lincoln to take work In the law
school. He is also registered In the
Lincoln business college.
Mt "Ted" Mills, "Chick'7 McLaughlin and
"Mike" Denslow, three members of the
class of 1908. will enter the Columbia
law school this month. The members
pf this trio were freshman law students
at Nebraska lost yean
Two members of the class of 1908
wm register at Harvard this fall. They
are Ross Klnsr and "Tate," MAttam.
Both of them will take law. "Tate"
will practice with the Harvard football
team this fall but will not bo eligible
for the Crimson eleven until the fall of
Minor Wasson and Joseph Swenson,
two members of the class of 1908. have
taken up homesteads near Sterling, Colo
rado, and will remain .on them until
next summer. Both of tlwse former Ne
braska students expect to study law at
Harvard In the fail of 1909.
Dr. Ernst A. Bessey, 1898, has ac
cepted the head professorship of botany
In the University of Louisiana, and will
begin his new duties next month. He
resigns the directorship .of the United
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