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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1910)
THB DAILY NEBEA8KAN'
THE DAILY NEBR ASK AN
TUB PROPERTY OP
THB XJNIVI0R8ITY OF NEBRASKA,
THB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor .....C. J. LOUD
Awioolate Editor T. J. HARORAVK
AflBoclat. Editor A. H. DIN8MORE
MnnoKer O. C. K1DDOO
AnslBtant Manager V. C. IIABCALL
Circulator C. BUCHANAN
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OCTODEIt r, 1I0.
"Tho outlook for a successful foot
ball season in Kansas Ih doubtful,"
Bays' tho University Kanuan. After
Nobranka gets through with them No
vombor 5, tho chance of success will
not bo as doubtful; It will be a sad,
Co-eds at tho University of Minne
sota talk too much, bo tho removal of
tjio tolophoncB from Alice Shclvin lml!
ha8 boon ordered, sayx the Dally Mln
And BtUl wo liear It said that women
should onter politics.
AR A. The new collar with only one button
f-i-nil hole. All styles, 1-4 sizes. Two for
NUIutl a Quarter.
Tho Dally NobraBkan conducts a col
unin for tho uso of tho university stu
dents. Hero thoy may (Ubcuhb school
affairs and clto their opinions of qucs
tlonB which nrlso. The NobraBkan
has been published this semester for
nearly two weeks and thus far not a
lino has beon sont in to "The Forum."
This Vox Popull adjunct to tho No
braskan Is for the uso of university
men and women. We will publish your
artlclo If tho author is known to the
editor. Signatures will be withheld
upon request. o
Visitors to tho university campus
aro nlwnys wolcome. Wo extend the
$25 to $50
Full Dress Suits
li:3o A, M.
"glad hand" to any man or woman of
this Btato or any other state who Is
interested in tho workings of thin
groat educational system.
Visitors like Itov. Elliott, who was
hero Monday, nro thrlco welcome.
Conio and spend a day with us. The
plcasuro of your smile Is an incentive
to higher Ideals and more diligent
The university campus iB a beauti
ful place in tho daytime, but at night
it resomblofl tho deepest depths of an
abandoned well as far as durkneBB is
concerned. The campus is occupied
by tho students until ten o'clock every
night. As tho unlvorslty women often
deslro to walk across tho grounds from
tho library to their liomcs, would not
it bo best that light of some kind wnt
provided so that thoy could find their
way? It Is only fnlr to tho .co-eds to
provide enough illumination of the
campus nt night so that they may be
enabled to crosB the grounds In
ARE WE APPRECIATED?
An artlclo in a recent issuo of the
State Journal stated that tho roturn
of tho unlvorslty students to Lincoln
gave rlso to tho question aB to whether
or not tho people of Lincoln appreci
ated what tho students did for the
Tho theory that tho students In the
city aro a nuisance is hold by mnny.
Others of Lincoln's odd -13,000 popula
tion aro anxious for tho return of tho
university men and women. A few
otherB are ludlfferent.
Tho university is an asset to the
city of Lincoln, and It Ib high time
that tho people of this city became
aware of the fact. Many thousands of
dollars are spent annually In Lincoln
by the students. Do the business men
appreciate UiIb? Some do; others,
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however, criticise every action of i.
university man or woman,
Student life is different from bus!
ncss Hfo and it is time that a few
"soreheads" in Lflicoln realized it
Continued criticism of tho university
football team is uncalled for. If a lo
cal "Bport" bets on Nebraska and loses
ho gets "Boro." Tho action of a uni
verBlty man In telling a local gamblei
what ho thought of him, for knocking
on tho university, because ho lost i
few dollars, should be followed by ev
ory university man.
Time has arrived for university men
to defend their rights, and tho peoph
of Lincoln should be taught that the
student body of this institution is com
posed of something besides "tin-horn
Bports" and "rah-rah boys.
The Agricultural club will meet Sat
urday evening at 8 o'clock In Science
Tho Agricultural club Ib composed
of university students who are espe
cially Interested In tho teaching and
practice of scientific agriculture. The
Saturday night meeting is an impor
tant one, at which officers are to bt
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olected and the work organized for
the ensuing year. Tho old members
cordially invito all students who aro
interested in agriculture to meet with
thorn, get acquainted, and join in the
work of tho club. Regular meotingB
of the club aro held every two weeks.
MIbs Josephine Huse, '10, Alpha Phi,
loft yesterday for Ravenna, Neb.,
whero she takes a position In the high
C. Bollos, '06, Ib now engaged In
extensive vegetable and grain experi
mental farming a private business,
but yet under tho supervision and ad
vice of tho U. S. bureau of plant In
dustry, Washington, D. C.
MIbs Dais? Ncodham, assistant In
European history, In company with
Miss Graco Bunco, '09, Bpcnt tho sum
mer traveling and studying abroad.
Students wishing to take chorus
may still register for the work with
out additional fee. The cjasa meets
In Sclenco hall, In the Temple, on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at b
p. m. One credit Is given.
Convocation, Thursday, 11 o'clock,
Fraternal rtiBhlng season closes
Monday at noon.
Friday, October 7. church recep
tions to University .students.
Mooting of the Students' Debating
society, Wednesday, 8 o'clock.
. Union Literary society meets Fri
Junior election, Thursday, Octobor
Sophomore election, Tuesday, Octo
Saturday, Octobor 8, football, Ne
braska vs. South Dakota, nt Lincoln.
Y. M. C. A. mid-week meeting, Wed
nesday, October 5, 6:45 p. m. Leader,
J. L. Der KInderen. Subject, "Tho
Collego Man's BattleB."
The University of Nebraska
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