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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nefcraskan
? , Lincoln, Nebraska. ,
g BY l.TH13-'STUDtetyT PUD. DO.ARD.
Editor Victor D. 8mlth
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1909.
Two hundred students are
needed to clear the new ath
letic field of bits of glads and
stone In preparation for the
Iowa gamo tomorrow. A little
work on the part of each stu
dent may prevent serious in
Jury to the football players who
are upholding the 8carlet and
the Cream. Be loyal and do
your part. Report at the ath
letic field at 5 p. m. today
lng tho nood of un organized class
ruBh thoy nro well doslgnod and do
sorvo tho support of nil freshmen nntl
sophomores. In tho past there hnve
frequently been disastrous conflicts
between tho two classes. It was
great fun for the Becond year men to
break up a freshman meeting, but It
sometimes took another turn when
tho sophomores lind to dig up rundB
to pay for damaged pipe organs and
Tho members of last year's lower
classes folt tho need of an organized
competition, and, for 'that reason the
Olympics were organized. They suc
cessfully filled tho need last year and
will undoubtedly do so again. Mem
bers of the committee in charge should
at once begin the work of arranging
tho contests and gotting out the ma
terial for the dlfferont events. Tho
moot Ib scheduled for November G,
and thero Is no time to lose.
A UNIVERSITY MASQUERADE.
Tho suggestion made by cortnin
seniors that some all-unlvorBity func
tion bo arrnngod for faculty and stu
donts 1b a good one. The university
la greatly in need of some social
ovont at which class lines, social
prejudices, and other differences niny
be dropped In favor of a true Nebrns-
tho university. Both nro men 'of high
poraonal worth, of excellent business
ability, and of strict honesty. Their
work oh tho board of regents in the
paBt domands that they bo roturned
at the coming election.
For tho place made vacant by Mr.
Abbott's resignation, Harvey New
branch, editor of the Omaha World-
Herald, and Frank L. Hallor or On,i
uhn are the loading candidates, Mr.
Nowb'ranch is already a member of
tho bonrd, hnvlng boon nppointed by
Governor Shallenbergor to fill the Ab
bott vnenncy until tho election. Mr.
Hnller has riot seen service as n re
gent in the past. The desire Of ninny
voters for a non-partisan board of re
gents favors the election of Mr. New
branch, a democrat, in order that the
republican monopoly may bo some-
whnt broken. Supporters of Mr. Hallo
claim for him that ho has greater
business ability thnn hiB opponent.
Both nre pronounced to bo men eager
to servo the best Interests of the uni
versity and either will undoubtedly
well servo the stato.
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Men's Suits and OvmoaiS
Frank A. Burnham, '09, has been do
ing entomologlcnl work nt the State
Farm the past summer. Ho Is continu
ing his. studies in the University Med
ical College, Omaha, Neb.
WHAT'S THE USE IN A FELLOW
Running around with his toes sticking out of his shoes when Budd is in town
with shoes so cheap it would make your head swim my $3.50 shoes are the $4.00
and $4.50 kind my $2.50 shoes are the $3.50 kind. DOLLAR OFF BUDD.
ALL BUDD HATS $2.50 WHY PAY MORE?
Tho chicken pot-pie suppor to bo
given by tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow
night at St. Paul's church Bhould bo
well nttended. Tho nssocintion socinl
ovonts nro at lonst one series of ovents
where all university men may meet in
common and enjoy oach other's com
panionship. Thoy should nil be well
pntronjzod. Tho pot-plo Buppors hnve
been especially popular in the past
and thero 1b no reason to Biippose
that tho coming dinner will be nt
vnrlnnco with tho rule.
There was some surprises in the
llBt of wlnnors in tho debating try
outs Wednosdny. Several favorites
woro loft behind in tho race for places
on tho squad and at least three llrst
year mon were among tho sixteen
chosen ones. Making the squad In
tho freshman yoar Is an ospecial dis
tinction, nnd those three froBhmen
nro to bo congrntulnted.
University class mootlngs are cer
tainly having hard luck this week. Be
tween dodging football rallies and spe
cial convocations, they can scarcely
find any plnco loft for them. All of
which emphasizes the need of some
set time each week when such meet
ings might bo held. Threo or four
class meetings can well bo held at
tho samo time, for therp are plqnty
of halls of sufficient size to accom
modate them. Further, holding nil nt
once might prevent the difficulty ex
perienced recently in preventing men
from voting in hnlf n dozen clnsses.
kn spirit. At the present time most
of tho socinl ovents of the school
yenr nro given by particular cUisbos
or organizations. Although in tho
caBo of tho class hops members from
all classes attend, thero Is still a
spirit of clasB loyalty as distinguished
from university loyalty. In tho vari
ous affnlrs given by special student so
cieties this spirit of loyalty to tho par
ticular organization Is more pro
nounced. Thoro is at present practi
cally no traditional event which brings
all students together amid a "Nebras
Whether or not tho suggested mas
querade is the correct form of activ
ity to bo adopted in Keeking to fill tho
need Is n question to be decided Inter.
Tho thing to do now Is to tnko defi
nite nction looking townrds the cron
tlon of some Boclnl nffnlr which will
ombody the nll-unlverslty iden. Either
tho senior class should at once give
tho movement the necessary initlntivo
by nppointlng a committee to confer
with other classes nnd organizations,
or some other nuthority should mnko
tho beginning. It would seem, how
over, thnt the seniors nre host (lttod
to mnko the stnrt. If thoy will lend,
others will undoubtedly follow.
Joe, The Tailor
Specialist on Refitting and
all Kinds of Altering .
given to Ladies work
and uniforms. . . .
Cleaning :: Pressing
UPSTAIRS 1328 O St.
Once more we say BE EXCLUSIVE
in the clothes you weaxt If you select
your suit or overcoat here you can be
absolutely sure that its riew and correct
and that there isn't a lot of other men
wearing the same thing.
E2cclt4sie Men's OlotHier
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
UnconVs "Select Dancing School" "thiIdfloor1
C. E. BULLARD, U. of N. '02, Mnnngor
Ask your friends, they know. We have the best crowd, the
best music and best floor in the city. We are not open to the
public but cater to ladies and gentlemen only,
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Class Nights Wednesdays nnd
Snturdays 8:00 to 10:00.
AUTO 4477 Private Lessons by Appointment
Socials Mondnys and 'Fridays
8:0Q tp 13:00
Bell Phone, F2823 JUST RING UP
Auto Phone, 7929 JWI WIHU3I Vf
The Goodyear Raincoat Co!s Tailors
1140 O Street
$2.00 Worth of Cleaning and Pressing $1,00
Thoy -will got your suit nnd bring it bnck in flno sbnpo for only 50c;
or will Bend you n Club Ticket good for four suits inono month for 1.00.
Wo hnvo n Now Dry Clenning Plnnt to do tho work with.
LADIES' FINE CLOTHES A SPECIALTY .
The Uni. Mandolin and Guitar Club
wants more members. An opportunity will be given everyone
to join a club. Apply to
BYRON ,W. WAY, University School ol Music, 11th & R St.
With tho nppointment of committees
to nrnmgo for the freahnwn-Bopho-moro
clnss Olympics, this class func
tion Is practically nssured for 1909.
Tho Olympics wore stnrted only n year
ago, but at that time they proved so
decidedly popular that thoro wns lit
tle question of their continunnco this
The Olympics take the place of the
old-time unorganized class scrap bc
ELECTION OF REGENTS.
Ono week from next Tuesday un
election of regents of the university
will bd held. Thero nre two regular
places on 'tho bonrd to be filled nt
this election nnd ono vnenncy, caused
by tho resignation of Regent Abbott,
is to bo supplied.
Tho Nobrnsknn, ,uh n paper repre
senting tho opinions of several hun
dred students of vnrylng political be
liefs, is presumably non-partisan. In
endorsing any candidnto for offlco it
mny be safely assumed thnt it favors
one mnn over another simply because
of the good resulting to the university
from his selection.
With this understanding, tho Ne
brnsknn favors tho re-election of Re
gents Whitmore and Allen, both of
whom hnvo given sovernl years of
22, Friday, Fratornity hnll Sopho
more dnnco. H
23, Snturday, Football Iowa vb. Ne
braska 23, Snturdny Meeting of KomonBky
23, Snturdny, St. Paul's Church Y. M.
C. A. chicken pot pie supper.
11, Thursday, .8 p. m. Drnmntic Club
22, Frldny, T p. m., U-06 Junior clnss
22, Frldny, ff p. m., ' Memorial Mall
Special convocation. W. K. Jewett,
"Resources of Library."
FRIDAY, OCT. 22
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MATH. SEMINAR TO MEET.
tden'he VwS lower clnsses. in n)l- j excellent service tp the Interests, of
Papers on Investigation to Be Read
by Professors on Mathematical
The members of the Mathematical
Seminnr will moot this nfternoon nt
4:30 o'clock in M302. A short pro
gram will bo given at which pnpers
will be rend by Professors Davis and
Brenke. The, subjects of theso papors
will bq on mntters regarding recent
investigations on mathemnticn'l subjects.
Famovs Baritone of the Metropolitan Opera
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00, '$.75
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