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hard workers Is tho thing. ''Grinds'
aro mbro harm than good, but tho
conscientious studont is an assot to
both his school and himsolf.
First Dance of Second Year Class
This Year Held Last Night.
Tho first donco of tho sophomore
class this year was hold last night
at tho Lincoln hotol. Ono hundred
and thirty-two couples woro in attend
ance. Several features In tho pro
gram woro introduced, ono being to
havo all tho dances called by boys.
No ono was admitted to tho dance un
Iobs they had tickets. V. D. Andrews
was chairman of tho dance and B. F.
Robinson was master of coromonies.
RE8ERVE 8EAT8 EARLY.
NOVEMBER 19, 1910.
' Such is tho irony of fato. Whori
tho sophomores retrieve their Olynv
pic defeat by boating tho freshmen in
football, tho old hoodoo of eligibility
appears and tho freshmen got tho
Tho need of studont support for do--bato-iB-plalnly-apparont?
not tho only school which suffers.
Wisconsin apparently is having somo
trouble. Now that tho dobato 'will bo
ono of great interest to students as
ALL j SOULS GHURCHr UNITARIAN
f " i i , k r, " ' . . r . ft
w A Pcopltf Church
' Corner H ami Twelfth Slfreets.airylceV 10:45 -A. M.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
All Souls Church is an association which stands for a reverent attitude:
toward the Facts of Life. It has the University Ideal, the Search 'for Truth
Therefore it has no Creed. It welcomes to its membership people of all be
liefs. 8Uch a modern, open-minded, facing-the-(uture! organization "euQhte
appeal especially to students. You are cordially tnvlted'to attend its services;
Sunday morning, November JW, Subject Stones Into Broad."
This Is the first of a series on leadership in aldembcracy based on
the temptations of Jesus.
' - i -'
Social Ethics, Class at 12:15, Prof. LE. Aylsworth, leader. Prof.
Paul H. Grummann will give his third addrcis on the social teach
ings of the German dramatists. ' . "
Work Galled For and Dolivorod Students Work a Spoclalty
Open Saturday Night AU Night WOLFE & YOUNG
Suits Cleaned and Pressed Si .25 Pressed COo
Tickets for Debate On 8ate and Reser
vations Will Be Made.
Manager Hahno of tho Wisconsin
Nobraska dobato has announced that
all organizations desiring seat reser
vations for tho dobato which will bo
hold Friday, December 2, may bo
mado now. All orders Bhould bo sent
In boforo Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 23. To roBorvo tho seats dosirod
a deposit must accompany tho ordor.
Ordorniray-bo-Tnallodto- him" Tirsta7
tion A, U101, or placed In tho mail
box JuBt outsldo tho door of that
get more, but
I sell them for
BUDD 1415 O ST
woll as tho gonoral public, it is only
a fair proposition to evory mombor of
tho debating team that you make ar
rangements to attend this dobato
Whore Nobraska has an opportunity
to win honors which are as great as
thoso won on tho football flold.
Over at Madison, Wis., this after
noon a Bquad of five men will bo fight
ing to uphold tho honor of tho Scarlet
and Croam. For six weeks those mon'
havo boon drilling daily. Five to
seven miles a day was covered by tho
mon in an effort to get into condition
for tho cross-country team, and not
until today havo many of tho stu
dents appreciated their efforts. Gross--country
and strength, and so may their ef
forts bo watched by ovory loyal Ne
braskan, and whether they win or"
loBe, when they return show thorn
that they aro supported by all tho stu
dents "of tho Cornhuskor school. If
nothing more, clasp their hand and
show thoso flvo mon that Nebraska
students woro back of thorn.
Yalo Is to havo a chair in practical
lumbering, endowed by tho Lumber
It Is estimated that $2,500,000 will
bo required to repair tho buildings at
Lelond Stanford which woro damaged
by tho San Francisco earthquake.
A few surprises In the lino of delinquencies-woro
Sprung Friday, when
reports woro sent out to studonts who'
word behind in thoir work. Many
knew that, thoy were behind, others
did not, 'However, unless circumstan
ces arise which cannot be prevented
students should not bo, delinquent. It
Is easy to lot tho string slip, a little at
a time, until at last when you try to
pull it back; It cannot all be brought
back in tlmo. Matters like thoso are
should bo mado to keep your studies
' straight and your efforts will be
' crowned with success. A school 'for
Tho Tognor so6Iety meets Saturday
at 8 o'clock in science hall. Subject,
"Runeborg." Music by Aloxls quartet.
You aro cordially Invited.
day evonlng in sclonco hall.
Tho Unlvorslty Medical society
will moot Saturday In tho Tomplo.
Chas. Gllmoro, captain and chaplain
of tho cadot regiment, will address tho
cadots at the Olive thoator, Sunday,
November 20, at 3:30 p. m.
Tho annual county fair and streets
of Cairo will bo hold in tho armory
Saturday, November 19, 8 o'clock.
Saturday, November 19th, Freshmen
vs. Varsity, 3 p, m. No admission fee.
Saturday, Novembor 19 th, at Madl
Bon, mii-west cross-country track
meet, Nebraska will bo represented.
December 2, Memorial hall, 8 p. m.,
Nebraska-Wisconsin dobato. "Closed"
vs. "Open"' Shop. Governor Shallen?
December 2, Urbana," 111., Nebraska
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