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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE .DAILY NEBRASKAN
vriin phopkrty of
THK UNIVERSITY pF. NKDRASKA,
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DECEMBER 3, 1010.
Hurry! Hurry! Tho tickets for
the CornluiBkor bnnauot nro going
- 18 IT FAIR?
ThlB full the senato of tho unlver
Hlly unpointed u committee to rogu
lato unlvorslty function. This com
mltteo Bolccted Boveral dates for nf
fnlrs of this kind, nnd ub n rcBiilt the
annual rntcrcollegiute debate and the
over two months ago. Now comes
The Chair of Shoeology
Every student in the Uni
should take my course
credits of $1.00 to $2.00 on
every pair. Samples for
Women. All kinds for Men.
threo fratornltles with parties on the
night which was selected for tho an
nual debate, which is an affair which
should bo of interest to every true
NobraBkan whether ho desire to at
tend or 'not.
Tonight tho same thing occurs. On
a night when every unlvorBlty man
who has true spirit should pay. homage
to tho foorball team which, has fought
for tho best Interests of tho school
and for months worked to bring the
Scarlet and Cream victory that sho
might bo proud, two drganlzations,
and there is no need of not mention
ing their nnmes, tho Tegnor society
and tho English club, arrange to hold
tholr regular meetings. True It Is that
tho girls of tho university have "Belied
ulod two ovonts for tho same evening,
butUiagirls- have- not In the -past at
tended this function, and It is only
right that they shoud arrange to havo
a private celebration of their own. But
that tho Togner Boclety and English
club, organizations whoso member
ship is composed of both university
men and women, should schedule a
mooting on this night, does not look
fair to tho university. Is there no
remedy for tho lack of real Bpirlt?
Time and time again men and wo
men of tho school work and work to
got tho student, body as a wholo to
look at this matter in tho right light,
and then one or two organizations
plan something which appears to bo
contrary to all things Which should be
oxpected of real truo blue Nebraska
students. The faculty have attempted
to regulate tlie matter in some way,
but theli efforts are in vain unless
tho undergraduate body' as a wholo
students should take this disinterest
ed view pf university affairs and then
oxnect the faculty d6 It all.. Is it
right? What has tho? student' body; as
a wholo to' say about It?
Tho story which appeared In an
ovcnlng paper, republished In the Ne
braakan, about tho cancelling of the
dato of the glee club at Fremont, Is
unfair to tho members of the club, and
Implies a clash between the plans of
tho club and the university nuthorl
ties that docs not oxlst.
Tho Commercial Lyceum bureau ap
pears to havo fallen Into tho error of
supposing that It was authorized to
Hchedulo tho glee club for certain
dates, instead of making tontativo
plans to bo submitted for approval,
and tendored tho date of Bundny, De
comber 25th, without consulting either
tho gleo club itself or tho university
authorities. In fact tho agency re
lwrts that tho matter had not been
fully decided tion insofar as tho local
Fremont pcoplo wore concerned.
It. Is to bo regrotted that somo one
of tho Fremont ministers who first
noted the announcement did not call
mo up4 by telephone nnd givo me the
Information. Instead of bringing it to
tho attention of tho ministerial asso
ciation and thcroby causing unneces
sary concorn In that city, and giving
the incident a seriousness not justi
fied by tho circumstances. It is fur
ther to bo rogrettcd that a section or
the press hns seen fit to try -to make
a sensational story out of what ap
pears to bo nothing moro than the
misunderstanding of a commercial
agency in regard to what It was au
thorized to do. It is especially unfair
to tho members: of tho club to present
tho matter In such a light as to make
It appear that they desired to givo a
To the Editor of the Nebraskan:
I second tho motion for a skating
rink on tho athletic grounds. There
had just as well bo somo uho nr tho
grounds-during. the- winter auonUia-Jiw-l
iiin, una wnnt is neller than using
Jj - JjIJ
them for Ice sports? A few games
and rnccB would not bo out of place
during the noxt threo months to keep
alive interest in athletics, and such
things would not seriously Interfere
with basketball, as there is time and
need for both. Many students would
bo Interested In skating that would
never care to play basketball because
only a limited number can play bas
ketball, while everybody can take
somo pleasure in skating or learning
how. Nothing is bettor to develop
gracefulness and health than a fow
hours on tho lco on a cool day. It
puts life into a person if ho has to
keep moving to keep warm. I hope
that somo action can bo taken to
bring about tho construction or such
a rink, for I am sure that the oxnense
will not be-greatr since tho water- Is-
already on the grounds and it does
not take much of a banking to hold
water In cold weather.
ADDRE8S FOR WOMEN.
-Miss Flora J. Miller of Now York,
national secretary of tho Young Wo
men's Christian association, will ad
dross the young women of tho unlvor
clty Sunday. The mooting will be
called at 4 p. m, in the music hall of
Miss Miller is a woman of exten
sive experience in Y. W. C. A. work
and she promises to bo a source of
much information to thn nnivArnitv
Hins wiiu wnom sue may bo brought
in contnet. It is urged that every girl
avail lierself of this opportunity of
hearing tho national secretary of
ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
A People's. Church
Corner H and Twelfth Streets. Services 10:45 A. M.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
All 8ouls Church Is an association which stands for a rever.ent attitude
toward the Facts of Life. It has the University Ideal, the 8earch for Truth.
Therefore It has no Creed. It welcomes to its membership people of all be
liefs. 8uch a modern, open-minded, facing-the-future organization ought to
appeal especially to students. You are cordially Invited to attend Its services,'
Sunday morning, December 4, Subject "Rulership Oyer All
the World." This is the third of a series on leadership in a democ
racy based on the temptations of Jesus.
Social Ethics Class at 12:15, Prof. L. E. Aylsworth, leader. U)
Tolstoy memorial meeting. General discussion.
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