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THE DAILY NEBRAKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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OCTOBER I. 1910.
Tho rooting of NcbniHlui stmlontR
nt tho football biuuo Saturday wns
tho worso thnt this University lian
over known. Of cqurHO, tho gnnu
wns nil on, but If ImlMicnrtccl.choer
lng la to bo tho ordor of oventa whon
Nobrnslm Ih winning, what will bo
tho result whon the title of fortune
flows In tho opposite direction.
Men nnd women, get boiiio spirit
roal, truo Nebraska spirit. Mnny n
bnttlo hu8 been won by tho men nnd
womoii In tho Btnnda. Cheer, root,
nnd yell. Do anything to mnko n
noleo. Don't pretend thnt you have
a pokor up your back, and perhaps
nro schcdulod for a musical solo In
tho evening. If you are, you should
bo .locked up In a sllk-llnod caso and
fod( qu honey and peppermint, Instead
ot'Bittlng in tho blenchers watching a
- Tho. Installation or the now sani
tary drinking fountains in tho Uni
versity buildings Is a step In the llgh'
direction. Tho University needs ever
raodom convenience for tho use of
tho students, as well as Inventions
which will protect the health of the
young, men nnd women-of tho state.
Thq jtlmo has arrived when health
has been found to bo a great factor
In tho tuccoss of tho work of the uni
versity man or woman. Llttlo im
provements llko tho recent ono are
appreciated by tho students, and tho
men "of tho Institution" who furthor
theso movements nro known by the
student body, and are thanked foi
" TH08E HATS.
Havo .you. seen th,om? If you hnvo,
that Is all you could see. What It
wns, wo do not .know, but It looked
llko an Inverted waste-paper baskot
covered with feathers, ribbon's, and
lucor-,and was called a hat.
,. 'Tho, n'ddltlon of a aquaro foot or
two of window glass, along with tho
rest of tho department atoro, might
make it more, convonlont for those
sluing" In, tho rear of "tho .creation,"
and also . increase their chances of
seeing at leapt, a. small .fraction of
tho professor's profile.
Tho action of tho Board of Regent
in deciding that tboro shall be no
. meetings on. he University campus
or in any University building by any
political organization, or In the inter
est of any political party, will appeal
to tb,e student body and" tho people
,dt tha'tae as a prudent and reason'
-able regulation. Tho University U a
Prof. F M. Fling
41 The New World Europe"
part of tho public school system of
Nebraska. It is supported by thapco
plo of nil political parties. Practical
conimonponsc nnd a wise admlnlslrn
tlvo policy roust stiggost the Impro
priety and dahgor of such meetings,
Tho words oj William McKlnloy In his
exposition of tho public school sys
tem, vindicate the action taken by
tho Regents. Major McKlnloy' snld:
"Within tho jurisdiction of the public
school Bystom nil distinctions, social,
political, and rollglous, are banished-;
all differences huBhed, all barriers re
moved. It recognizes neither party
nor church, creed, condition, nor sta
tion, but free as the air wo broathe,
Its bounties nnd boncflts fall in equal
measuro upon all."
THE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
Xha .establishment of a btreau to
aid XInlvorslty men to socuro employ
ment Is a credit to tho institution and
tho Y. M. C. A. Tho man who makos
his way through school de'scrvos a
great deal of pralso, and -by aiding
him In every way possible, thosq who
realizo his position, should receive
tho commendation and support of tho
ON M Y NE W " CU B " LAST. POSITIVE
LY THE MOST CLASSY SHOE IN TOWN
J A A fcJ ili
PRANKS OF DAN CUPID.
Arrows of the Love God Hit Former
Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Emory of Lin
coln announce the engagement, of
their daughter, Lorene, to Dr. Wll
11pm Windlo Davis of Omaha. Miss
Emory was a student of tho Univer
sity School of Music, and is a mombcr
of tho Alpha Omlcron PI sorority
Mr. Davis is a graduate of Crolghtou
modlcal college, and Is a member of
Phi Rho Sigma fraternity. The day
of tho wedding has not yet been an
nounced. Invitations have been issued by
Professor and Mrs. Erwin Hinckloy
Barbour to tho marriage of their
daughter, Eleanor, to Harold JamoB
Cook of Agate, Nob. Tho ceremony
will tako placo at 7:30 Thursday
ovenlng, October 13, nt tho First Con
gregational church, and will bo fol
lowed by a reception at tho Rarbour
homo, 1234 R street, Miss Barbour
Is a grnduato of tho State University,
completing her. courso Inst year, win
ning Phi Beta Kappa honors nnd
Sigma XI membership. She Is a mem
ber of tho Delta Delta Delta sorority
Mr. Cook'lB also a graduate of. the
State University nnd of Columbia col
logo, Now York. Ho has accomplished
some noteworthy . work In scientific
lines and haa written for sclontlflc
Miss Marie Talbot and Mr. Charles
Stewart will bo married October 29
Tho bride 1b tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.. A. R. Talbot. 'MJss ,Talbbt was
graduated last year from a Chicago
college, Sho studied for twoycars Jn
the University and. Is a membor .,61
the "local chapter of Pi Beta Phi! The
prospective groom Is the son of Mrs.
L. A. Stewart. Ho is a State Unlven
sity alumni and Is a member of thfrinopn classes.,
Phi Delta. Theta fraternity. .
1 ' .
Mjss Flprenco: Chapman ontertairiecj
a dozen girls at.: luncheon on frldav
at 1 o'clock In honor of Miss Pearl
Fitzgerald of Omaha, who Is to be
nmrrled to Harold Soars tho coming
week, and of Miss Joss Kllllnn of
Wahoo, whq leaves soon for Manila
to visit her 'sister. In the afternoon
a shower wns glvon for Miss Fltzger
nld. A Sacramento (Cal.) paper glvoB
an nccount of tho marriage of Miss
JSJjiol Perkins, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P. E. PorklnB of Lincoln, ind
Krnest Hunter Wnrnor, alflo formerly
of this city. Miss Perkins wap In her
senior year nt tho State University
and a membor of Alpha Omlcron Pi
sorority whon she left a year ago for
California wfth her parents. Tho fam
ily still keop their homo in this city
at 1GM Washington street, nnd it Is
understood thoy expect to return' to
Lincoln within a few months.
Studonts wishing to tako chorus may
still register for tho work without ad
ditional fee. Tho class meets In
Science hall, in the Temple on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at ft
p. m. Ono credit is given.
At tho convocation this morning,
Dr. P. M. Fling will speak. Subject,
"The New World, Europe.K Memorial
hall, 11 o'clock.
Friday, October lf church recop
tlons to University students. x
Meeting of the Students Debating
society, Wednesday,-8 o'clock.
Union Literary society meets Fri
University Democratic club meets
Tuesday, October 4, 7r30 p. m., in
Junior election,. Thursday, October
Sophomore election, Tuesday, Octo
Saturday, October 8, football, Ne
braska vs. South Dakota, at Lincoln.
Senior election and class meeting,
Memorial hall, today, 11:30 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A. mid-week meeting, Wed
nesday, October 5, G:45 p. m. Lender.
"J. L. Der Klnderen. Subject, "Tho
College Man's Battles."
The German department Is very de
sirous of having a good ropresonta
tlon of University mon from tho do
partment In tho German parado next
Thursday. The Intention Is to -have
them mnrch behind tho float contain
ing a hunch of our fair co-eds, as a
guard of honor. All men who wish
to enter the parade will please leave
their names with Profossor Fossler,
Participants are excused from' after-
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