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CHILD8 HERE TODAY.
Candidate for Nebraska Coach to Meet
Although no definite or suggestive
action has beon taken, by the athletic
board of the -university relative to the
all-year-round coach proposition, cer
tain Indirect occurrences hnvo trans
pired upon whlcTi tho "sports" may
conjecture. C. C. Chllds of Yale, who
wjib numbered among tho bIx appli
cants for tho position of coach as rec
ommonded by tho athletic board com
mittee, will be In Lincoln today and
dlno at tho Llndell hotel this noon
with Chancellor Avery and the mom
"Tiers artmr.boimfc Thepurpose of
thlfc visit Is probably nothing more
than the desire for n mutual Interview
between Mr. Chllds and the members
of tho board, an opportunity for the
former to Investigate conditions of
university athletics, and for tho latter
a reciprocal Interview. It can not be
said officially that C. C. Chllds will bo
tho next director of the gridiron war
riors, but to the casual observer all
Indications point to his selection.
RECITAL FOR GRADUATION.
Miss Rita Thomas, Pianist, Appears
at Temple Theater.
LBt night In tho Temple theater
Rita Thomas gave a piano recital lor
graduation from tho university school
of music. MIbb Thomas showed re
mnrkaole skill in the execution of the
soft toned selections. Her rendition of
ysigmund's Ivo Song" from "Tho
Valkyries," by Wagner, made a great
Impression upon the audience. It was
tho subject of favorablo comment
from music authorities who were In at
tendance. Her technique was said to
Miss Thomas Iibb beon studying un
der Professor Robert W. Stevens of
tho university conservatory. She Is a
Nebraska City, glri who has beon ex
ceptionally popular at the university
and Is a member of Delta Delta Delta
Decide on Officers for the Ensuing
At the business meotlpg of tho Ger
maniBtlsche Gesellschaft lield last
night In the Temple .the following of
fleers were elected: H. H. WIebe, pres
Idont; Mary Badger, vice-president;
Edw. Huwaldt, secretary and treas
urer. The Gesellschaft extends a
hearty welcdme to German students.
Register for phorus Work.
Students desiring to register for
choruB work may do so In the next
few days. "Registration-for-thlsbranch-will
probably be open the rest of the
week. More students have made ap
plication for the chorus, this semester
than ever before.
RU8HINQ 8TART8 SOON.
Greeks In Conquest for New Converts
Sororities Begin Work
Now that final examinations are
safely out of tho way, another mon
strous1 dragon stares at tho sorority
and fraternity publish rushing. The
grand rush among the fraternities will
begin next Friday and hold tho atten
tion of society for ten whole dayB. The
sorority girls, being less strenuous
than the men, will rush for two days
The short series of parties nnd calls,
attention of the fraternity members, Is
not an ovation In any way at Nebras
ka. It occurs regularly twice during
oach school year, and after the grand
rush Is over the troubled sens of
Greokdom all will again be quiet.
Tho second semester rushing season
will open Friday at G p. m., and lasts
for ton days. It promises to be a mild
one, however, as the number of candi
dates Is considerably smaller than
last semester. The sororities begin
their campaign for new members
Thursday evening, nnd continue to
Saturday noon. Under the new sys
tem, as soon nB the season cIobos, tho
bids are sent out by mall, and tho an
swers sent in tho following Tuesday.
This glveB the girls a few days of anx
ious waiting, yet tho plan ns a whole
has met with favor.
Well Known Kansas Editor Accepts
William Allen White, the noted Kan
sas writer, has accepted the Invitation
of the University or Nebraska to act
as commencement orator next June.
Mr. White, who is editor of the 'Em
poria, Kan., Gazette, has long been
noted for his clever writings. He 1b
a well known magazine contributor
and is considered nn authority on na
tional questions. Mr. White is also
tho author of several books.
The commencement exorcises will
bo held tho middle of June. His sub
ject will be announced later.
A series of addresses is .being given
Sunday evenings In February at All
Souls' ehurchr 12th and H streets, at
7:30. TIiobo addresBOB deal with sub
jects which are constantly asserting
themselves in the minds of thinking
people. The subject next Sunday
evening is "The Unescapable Relig-Ion."
annual banquet at the Llndell hotel
Monday night. Al members get tick
ets from R. S. Moseloy or A. M. Hare.
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A PLACE TO GO
Sunday Evenings in February
ALL SOULS' CHURCH
Corner H and Twelfth Street 7:30 p. m.
Four Addresses on Vital Themes
for Modern Minds
Second Subject Feb. 12th:
"THE UNESCAPABLE RELIGION"
An opportunity for questions at close of address.
Sunday Mornings "The Realizations of Democracy."
-Kfth-SubjectfeEMaCACXJHl THE STATE."
ALL STUDENTS ARE INVITED.
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