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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1h nli-cf nr TOvnr loval
juJlvorslty student 1b Urged to patron
'lio tiros Wobrnalcan advortisora, and
(to mention, tho Nobraskan whllo do
jlag as. '
First TruBw fc Savings
. . Uulvorlsty
J. 0 Wood & Co.
' Joo, Tho Tailor.
c Tod Marrlnor.
. Mageo & Doomor
Palace Clothing Cp.
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
MlUor" & Palno
Rudgo & Guontel
. C. H. Fr6F
j. ohapin bros.
" Magoo & Doemer
i Mayor Bros.
j Palaco Clothing Co.
i Rudgo & Guonzel
Spolor & Simon
Armstrong. Clothing Oe.
1 Armstrong Clothing Co.'
J Magoo & Doemor
1 Mayor Bros.
Palaco. Cubing Co.
Rudgo & Guonzel
Spolcr & Simon
' Franklin Ice Cream Cfr.
Boston Lunch ,
Y. M. C. A, Spa
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Bookman Bros. .,
Rogers & Perkins
; Mayor Bros.
MlUor & Pains
! Electric Shoo Store .
1 , Elliott Bros.
LUDWUft " ''t
' Lincoln Typewriter.
GLEAN STUDIES AS WELL
US CLEAN ATHLETICS
FACULTY AND 8TUDENT8 KP
PROVE NEW HONOR 8Y8TEM.
SORORITIES FAVOR THE SYSTEM
Ladles' Fraternities Are Discussing
the Matter In View of Adopting
It "Barbs" Are to
Tho worls of tho fraternity men of
tho unlvonilty in adopting an honor
HyHtem for tho Crook letter men of
tho unlvorslty is mooting tho approval
of tho unlvorslty body in gonornl. Tho
students aro all enthusiastically in
favor of tho moasures as adopted, and
tho approval of tho niombors of the
faculty has also boon placed upon tho
system In Its ontlroty.
Tho movoniont is spreading already
and the mombcrs of tho intor-Hororlty
council are discussing tho systom with
a vlow of adopting It among the mem
bers of tho ten sororities of tho unl
vorslty. Tho sororities and frntornl
tlqs of tho unlvorslty aro not alone In
the matter and tho loaders of the
"barbs" of tho university aro also dls
cubsIiib seriously tho proposition of
having tho "barbs" of tho different
classes moot and send delegates to a
meeting for tho purposo of adopting
tho system among tho T,burb" students
of the university.
Among tho alumni of tho university
tho matter has also been discussed,
and 0110 p'romlnent alumnus of tho In
stitution statod yesterday that It was
tho fairest movo that tho student
body has taken in many years. He
said further: "Tho systom as adopted
by tho representatives of tho fraterni
ties of the university moots my ap
proval in every roBpect. That the stu
dents will govern themselves accord-
lug to the system as adopted is my
belief, as all of the men who adopted
this system nro men and will llht to
the (Inlsh for a clean hoIiooI. Further
more, they will support any measure
Hlmllar to this one which is for the
botterment of the University of Ne
braska." Tho student body on the whole aro
supporters of tho systom and aro
ardent In their pralso of the fraternity
men for being behind a movoment of
this nuturo. "It 1b for the betterment
of tho unlvorslty in ovory resloct. 'Ne
braska hajr always "stood for cleanath-
letlcs, ami now that sho stands for
clean studies adds more to the char
acter of the university than any other
movement could "have done," were tho
words of a prominent undergraduate
Chancellor Avery .is also very en
thuslustlc about the mnttur, and state
yohterday that he was very hopoful
for the success of the honor system
which was adopted. When interviewed
"In some schools, the honor bystem
bus been turned over to tho student
body by the faculty with great en-.
thuBlasm and much show, but. it has
not always turned out entirely satis
factory. Tho Idea of tho students
themselves taltlng up tho matter of
solf-gpvornment In the moral codo Is
a now ono; nnd I am very hoperul for
"I trust that much good will bo ac
complished and that other organiza
tion outsUo of tho fraternities will
adopt the honor systom for its mem
bers, making the whole' movement a
co-operative ono by tho student body.
Tho faculty will watch tho working of
tho system with keen interest and
gradually as tho system warrants, it
hopes to relinquish its supervision In
tho matter and will turn ovor tho au
thority to act, in cases relating to
honor among students, to the studonts
themselves as soon as it feels it can
safely do so. I bellovo It would bo a
I lino thing, and I am glad to seo the
Chancellor Avery left yesterday for
Valentino, Nob. His trip Is taken on
business in connection with tho nov
experiment station in' tho process of
being established there.
for as much in your
Spring Suit as in any
thing else. Cheaper gar
ments, may look superfi
cially as' good as our L
System and Kensington
Clothes but they do not
wear as well nor keep
cAboundance of Spring
Suits from $12.50 to $40
The boyB of the second year class
are now working on steel.
Mr. Pease of the senior cTass is now
studying poultry houses ami has taker,
up the design of one in nis rural
The senior class lias just taken up
the subject of farm motors and in a
few days it will be well for all objects
about tho farm, especially ditches and
farm buildings, to place themselves
holilnd life preservers or thoy will be
All university peoplo who have
over attPndeil-GornellGollege-( Iowa r
nro requested to leave their names and
addi esses with Professor Perslngcr.
U210, some time Saturday or Monday.
A promln'cnt alumnus of Cornell is
expected In the cltj; next week, and
some of the old C'ornelllnns are de
sirous that ho meet as many as pos
sible of those who have been connect
ed with the college at one time, or
PI. W. L. iM.-
Phi Kappa Psi.... 22 0 1. 000
Alpha Theta Chi... I I 0 l.OOO
Phi DeltaaTheta., 3 2S, l" .GGG
Sigma Chi 2 0 2 .000
Phi Gamma -Dolta. 2 0 '2 .000
. PI. W. L. Pet.
Delta Tnn Delta... 4 1 0 l.QOq
Beta Theta PI ' 2 I .GGG
Sigma A, Epsllon. '1 1 l' .r.OO
Alpha Tau Omega. 2 0 2 .000
Sigma Nu ........ 3 0 .000
GUNS HAVE BEEN LOST.
Cadets Have Mislaid T,wenty-aeven
A number of guns have been lost by
cadets of tho battalion. Twenty-seven
rifle numbqrs havo been posted In tho
armory by tho quartermaster of guns
that are missing. Thp.so guns have
been mislaid or exchanged during tho
year' and nro now bolng advertised,
They may bo claimed at tho ofllce of
Lillian Chambers, '09, is industrial
socretary at tho Y. W. C. A. In St. Jo
soph, Mo. Miss, Chambers was tho'
first industrial secrotary St. Joseph
r m l
k Avly JtWsfm 1 y f!K"Ay.BI m
f Wm y
hnB had, and her work has been very
strong. Over 100 girls have been in
her Biblo titudy classes alone. Some
of the opixjrtunltles for practical ser
vice aro quite amusing, such ns asslsi
tng to wash and dress up a family of
olght children, two or them twins, six
days old. Miss Chambers spent Sun
day in Lincoln and led tho Monduy
noon meeting. The Y. W. ('. A. girls
Kavo her a rousing welcome. Miss
Chambers was treasurer of the asso
ciation at one time.
Grace Coppock, '0.r, Is in Shankhal,
China. She was sent out by tho na
tional -board of the Y. W. C. A. She
is associated In work with Estella
Paddock, our Nebraska missionary.
Miss Vibbnrd mot a lady In Albany
Inst summer who began to fdllHier of
tho wonderful work being done In
China by a young woman from Ne
braska, who hadn't yot gotten tho lan
guage, but whose Hfo was meaning so
jnucluIL- turneiL ouLtolu ojit own
Carrie Schult., '08. one or tho for
mer presidents of tho Y. W. C. A., now
general secretary ill Ulnghamton, N.
Y.. In an occasional letter tells of r.oal
things being accomplished there and
of tho satisfaction found In such work.
Junior basketball practice will be
hold dally from 4 to G. T. Z. Zncek,
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