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THE UNIVERSITY OF .. NEBRASKA,
BY TUB 8TUDI8N.T PUD. DOAhD.
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1900.
INNOCENT8 8TART MOVE.
Onco nffnln tho Innocent tiro In
augurating i niovo for u now unlvor
Rlty Bong. Tho present inovoment 1b
tho outgrowth of that Htarted last
Hprlng which 'resulted in falluro
through tho near approach of tho
somostor'B cIobo and tho Inability of
tho sonlorB to obtain funds for tho
prize- competition originally planned.
This fall tho Innocents decided to
wait until tho domand for football
songs was over boforo bringing for
ward tho now song Idea, Thoy havo
bided their tlmo and now thoy issue
their request for now songH.
Tho new song movement Is one
worthy of tho beBt Intorost of ovory
Btudont As the Nobraskan has re
peatedly pointed out boforo, tho pres
ent Scarlot and Cream Is a moro copy
of a famous oaBtern collogo song. It
Ib' not worthy of Nobraska.
Lot us have a new Bong, ono of fit
ting dignity, and of appropriate spirit
for Nebraska's university. Lot you
who havo ideas put thorn on paper
and contribute thorn to tho cause.
W. A. Monson, J. A. Kline, nnd W. A.
Jones are tho Innocents In chargo of
tho new song. Tell them what you
think of it
SCARCE A HUNDRED.
According to the report of tho No
braBka Art Association only a hundred
university students havo bo far pur
chased tickets to the exhibition now
being hold In tho library gallery. Last
year over three hundred students wore
It Is hard to seo why thoro should
be such a lack of Interest on tho part
of students In an enterprise such aB
this. Last yoar, when throe hundred
students attended, the Nebraskan atlll
felt called upon to speak of tho com
paratively light attendance. At that
time It was thought regrot table that
only ono out of every ten students
visited the gallery.
Having that In mind, what can now
bo said when tho percentage has
fallen to one In thirty? Scarcely one
In evory thirty students whom ono
meets on tho campus have boon In
side the gallery since tho pictures
were hung. The reason for such a dis
regard is hard to find. Tho exhibition
httB been well advertised and studonts
cannot claim a lack of knowledge con
corning it. It inuy bo thut tho fact of
tho conflict of tho oxhlbit with tho
football season und spring-like
weather, which has not occurred in
past years, has somothlng to do with
it. In that case tho next week should
see a largo increase )n attendance.
Tho exhibit lasts only until Docem-
bor 1. Students should romombor
this and not put off their visit until
TO CHECK COAT8.
With tho coming of cold wcathar
and tho consequent wearing of wraps
by university men and girls, the need
of a place for checking such artlcloB
of apparel on tho campus once more
becomes evident. Evory winter tho
university authorities are bothered
with several roports of mlslng coats.
Occasionally thoso are rocovored and
returned to their owners. Frequently
thoy are never found.
This condition has prevailed for
several years paBt and ropoatod of
forts to obtain relief have resulted In
naught. Continued Inaction on the
part of tho men In charge should not,
however, deter students from Htatlng
their neod. Somo place should be
provided on the campus where stu
dents might check overcoats und sim
ilar articles without fear that thoy
will bo missing when desired.
But little room would bo required
for such a project and the exponse
would be but slight. University stu
dents pay an annuul fee of $3 for In
cidental expenses, and out of tho fund
huscreated It should bo possible to
mako provision for tho necessary at
tendanco at a checking room.
Illinois is fast becoming one of the
One of my specialties
splendid light over
coat as well
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strongholds of college fratornalism.
Tho number of faternlties having
chapters hero is increasing. Tho lo
cal chapters aro in many cases among
tho Btrongest in their respective fra
ternities. Tho class of men compos
ing them is in general abovo tho
average, for in spito of their moro
general participation in various col
lege activities tho fraternity men
aro equal to tho non-fraternity men
in scholarship. Thero is no antag
onism between tho fraternity men
and non-fraternity men, the two mix
ing frooly and democratically every
where. When tho college fraternity is thus
represented by able men, and stands
for something besides moro social
prostlgo (though this in itself is
not undesirable), it fills a distinctive
need in tho university community.
But to approach nearest to the ideals
of a fraternity, the men comprising It
should bo brethren in fact as woll as
in namb. Gonuino fraternal Ism means
somothlng more than mere living in
tho samo house nnd wearing the same
bojoweled pin. It denotes a brother
hood of common Interests; of loyal de
votion to ail tho members, a devotion
which sees that tho freshman Is guid
ed by tho upper classmen as faithfully
as tho freshmen serves the older men;
of strict adherence to tho teachings of
tho ritual and obligations of the fra
ternity, and equally strict obedience
to Its by-laws. It represents that es
sential belief in tho universal brother
hood of many characteristic of our
race, and in its Ideal form Is a strong
forco toward this end. With a demo
cratic lack of oxcluslvencss and a full
realization that In moBt cases a non
fraternity man Is every inch as god
a man as he who has been initiated,
the fraternities of tho University cf
Illinois aro doing much to disprove
tho many charges so often brought up
against them here as in other places.
AT THE THEATER8.
Tho head-liner on the Orpheum bill
this week Ib "La Petite Revue," a
musical novolty of unique execution.
Tho act comprises six singers, who
act out their parts as figures of a
giant picture, an Interpretative singer,
and a musical director. Tho singers
in tho picture do various Btunts novel
and entertaining. Tho last of the
serlcB Is a farclal close to a good act.
Music predominates throughout the
program. Lowell and Esther Drow,
howovor, aro not good at It and had
bettor bo elsewhere than lined up
with tho standard sot this week. The
Hughes dual performance with mu
sical Instrunronts Is somewhat bottor,
whllo Mine. Panlta really comes up to
a standard of artistic work with her
flu to solos.
Al Feraetta does a trapeze stunt
and Novlns and Erwood do soilio ox
collont (lancing. The best fun of tho
program Is that furnished by tho "Ar
lington Four," a group of messengei
boyB who do comedy In good form.
Lyric Stck Company.
"Sag Harbor" is the bill at the
Lyric this week. This New England
play does not grow stalo with ago
and Is still interesting. Miss Cartor
continues as leading lady of tho Lyric
company and performs In hor usual
capable manner. Mr. Noble and Mr.
Bellalro play tho rival brothers to
good advantage, and Mr. M unlock Is
"Sag Harbor" is tho play which
Jamos A. Hearno played with success
a few years ago. It Is a typical Now
England play of the "Shore Acres"
variety and gives good chances of lino
spun dramatic effort.
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Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
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CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
17, Wednesday, 7 p. m., U112 Senior
17, Wednesday, Chem. Lecture Room
Chemistry Club moots.
18, Tliuraduy. 11: 30 a. m.. UH2
Junior prom committee.
18, Thursday, a. m. Freshman laws
18, Thursday, 11:30 a. in., Memorial
Hail Sophomore class rally.
19, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Fraternity Hall
1!. Friday. 7 p. in., Memorial "Hall
Freshman mass meeting.
20, Saturday Denver University vs.
Nebraska, at Denver.
20, Saturday, 8 p. m., Temple Y. W.
Y. M. social.
24, Wednesday, C p. m. Thanksgiving-
25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
IndianB vs. Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, 8 a; m. Thanksgiving r"o
4. Saturday, Fraternity Hall Forest
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nobraska-MInnesota debate. "In
come Tax Question."
11, Saturday, Lincoln Hotel Sopho
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debate. Tho
Incomo Tax Question.
17, Friday, 6 p. m. Christmas vacation
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LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" nTHmDSFLooRT
C. E. UULLARD, U. of N. '02. Manager
We teach the fancy dances Rye Waltz, Cadets', Society
Minuet, etc., on Saturday nights, and use the University 0rT
chestra. This is your night, students; come and dance.
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Class Nights WodnosdayB and
Saturdays 8:00 to 10:00.
AUTO 4477 Private Lessons
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 S R SL
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