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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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JANUARY 14, 1911.
Tho intorclass debates aro to bo
held Boon. With the! naugurntlon of
thlB custom In tho university tho op
portunity was made for men of tho
university to participate In dobatlng
work when they would not otherwise
do so. Tho ability of dlfforont Individ
uals Is not always known by tho men
thomsolves, and while they aro Inter
ested In forensic work, they who do
not bollovo that thoy "nro capable or
winning a placo on tho unlvorslty
Bquad feol that tho competition will
Don L. Love
Tuesday II o'clock
aro only for tho best Movements of
this sort 1b what makes tho university
"grow; It Is -thcr-impotus -fordovelop-
mont, for it provides a means for bot
tor acquaintanceship among tho men
and women of tho Institution, and so
cial acquaintance counts for a great
doal In tho dovolopmont of an institu
tion Hko tho unlvorslty. Tho causo is
a worthy one, and tho support of tho
older minds in matters which tend to
make tho institution expand, should
bo aided in overy 'possible mannor by
the ontlro university body both fac
ulty and student.
THE DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY.
Nearly evory student of tho univer
sity is interested in theatrical pro
ductions, and nearly evory student Is
Interested in athletic teams of the
school. Early last fall tho big play
of tho Dramatic club was given a free
date, and nbout a wook ago a basket
ball gamo was scheduled for tho Bame
date. Whllo tho basketball game will
porhapB bo a good ono, tho members
of tho Dramatic club do not presont
playa for tho student body every week.
Tho opportunities of seeing tho univer
sity loam Tn action wnrTJo.inimiorouH
for tho next few months, but the
chances of seeing tho 'Dramatic club
The more I am in the Shoe
Business, the more tho Girls
oq tnllrirxir niinnt Knl- SiAz-vrio
$4 and $4.50 Grade $2.50 1415 O St.
not bo so keen on tho class teams and
thus tako up tho work which later
glvoB them more confidence and pre
pares them for membership on tho
Tho approach of tho week when
final examinations will bo held be
hooves ovory undergraduate of tho
unlvorslty to work, and work hard.
This Is tho period when men and wo
men may make a success or a failure
of their college career. In past years
tho exodus of a largo number of stu
dents from the university at tho close
of the ,flnqV examination period is ncrt
only detrimental to the school in a
way, but to those students as well.
TJhey may bo allowed to return tho fol
lowing fall, but they havo lost a year,
and a year which is lost means tho
chanco has gone by to got through
school that much earlier, to say noth
.. ing of tho valuable time which is wast
, ed. Tho effort of evory student should
be centered in making passing marks,
not alono for their own benefit, but
for tho beat interests of the university
as a whole.
THE GRADUATE CLUB.
The attempts of interested parties
to keep tho Graduate club in existence
should bo met with support on every
hand. A move of this sort is only for
the best interests of tne school. When
orgkrilte, as dri this oase, the efforts
more than once again Is almost nil.
Sinco tho club has boon given this
date for tho proBontlon of their play,
It is only fair that tho students glvo It
their support tho same as they did the
Cornhusker banquet It is a fair prop
osition, and while it is "on tho other
side of tho fence," bo to speak, never
theless it is only just that tho club bo
given support In this play. Thoy havo
worked hard and their efforts deserve
RECEPTION TO GRADUATE8.
Dean and Mrs. Sherman Entertain at
A reception to students in the grad
uate college was hold Friday evening
at 8 o'clock at tho homo of Dean
Sherman and Mrs. Sherman, 1234 J
street. During the present year tho
work of tho Graduate club has been
neglected and plans were proposed
and discussed at this reception for
the reorganization of the society. A
large number of the students of tho
graduate college wore in attendance.
, All track men winning their letters
in 1910 are requested to have their
pictures taken in. track clothes at St.
George's studio between now and Sun
day. These pictures aro for the Corn
huaker and there will be no "charges.
ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
A People's Churck
Corner H and Twelfth 8treet8. Services 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 Truthv
Therefore It has no Creed. It welcomes to Its membership people 6f alt 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, January 15th, Subject "The Spirit of Dcm-;
Social Ethics Class at 12:15, Prof. L. B. Ayisworth, leader
Socialism1' TyHon. John C Chase, 'National Orpfnifcer of the"
Socialist Party. The public is Invited to this meetings
UIIVEnSITY JEWELER & OPTIMA
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1128 I STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Yovr Patronage Solicited
are now in season. Do you know
any placo whore you can got aa
aa yon can at our now itoref Jfo
noed of being crowded.
For Lunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Gream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
THE FOLSOM, 1307 O St.
Lincoln Sanitarium Plung
. The Prut Sail Watar Swimming Potl
HOURS i Ladles, Mornlngi Hxocpt Bandara.
Qcntlomen. Afternoon! and BTenlngi. LadlM
and Qantltman, Monday and Friday Kranlafi.
1411 and H Struts. Special Partial Arraaftd Far
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
" Mice and Men "
The Dramatic Club
TEMPLE THEATRE JAN, 14
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