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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A, II. DINSMORE
ABsoclato Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
ABSOdato Editor.' RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
AufllBtant Managor....C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athlotlcs and Military.. T. J.'harQRAVE
Socloty and ParaonaL.F. C. McCONNELL
NobraBka Hall II. C. HOUGH
Sciences and Gorman.. 10. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering R, A. HUNTINOTON
Agricultural E. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Temple A. C. DAVIS
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M'AjROH 1, 1011.
A now month has begun havo you?
creased,- This fact was evidently rec
ognized by one of tho profosflorB,yeB
(onlay when ho Btepped down In front
of his class and with n husky voico
flllod with much angor called out to a
certain young man, "Read what the
Daily Nobrnskan- has to say about
Thomas Jefferson." Now this student
was not reading about Thomas Jeffer
son. Ho was roading about what was
going on in this' institution and it did
not date back anywhoro near so far as
tho time of tho "illUBtrioua founder of
domocracy." Of course we can not
blamo tho student ourselveB and would
not urge him to glvo up his paper, but
it might be hotter if he could read it
at Bomo other time.
STORK VISITS FRAT FAMILY
So cruel, tho girls can. not talk to
tho boys. But If ovory department
would follow tho example sot by this
In tho hallways between and
during classes, It would rcBult In a
groat boncJlt to tho students as a
wholo. If these fow who aro so regu
lar in forming blockades during tho
lntormlsslon periods would divest
thomselvos of their visiting naturo,
thoro would bo a groat fall in tho por-
Kappa Tau Epsilon is the namo of a
now fraternity which haa been organ
ized at tho University of Nebraska. It
is a local organization and is not seek
ing any national ties, so it Is assorted.
With soventeon active members and
ono alumnus it mado its formal debut
last night when Kb charter member
ship list was given out to a Nebras
Rumors had been afloat on tho cam
pus for Bomo time, but no deflnito In
formation was given out by tho men
until yesterday. Tho now fraternity
is tho result of a secret club which
has exlBted for over a year and has
ono alumnus. H. M. Nicholson, county
attorney of Cuming county, Is tho
graduate member of Kappa Tau EpBl
lon. Ho graduated In 1010 from tho
law school. He Is also a member of
A chapter Iioubo has been rented
and furnlBhed at 22G North Twenty
sixth street and several of tho men
aro living thoro. Tho announcement
was given out last night by some of
tho mombors, who stated that tho sole
aim of tho fratornlty would bo to build
BU8Y WITH CHRI8TOPHER JR.
Dramatic Club Is Preparing the 8ec
ond 8emester Play.
Tho Dramatic club has begun tho
preparation of tho play which it will
give the second semester. In addition
to tho regular play given during tho
first semester, tho club presents ono
annually tho second semester, and
also an. Ivy day play. Tho latter usur
ally is given at tho state farm, where
tho rest of tho Ivy day celebrations
aro hold, but this year It Is probable
that tho production will bo staged In
tho Temple. Tho club Is contemplat
ing this movo In order that a more fin
ished performance can bo given than
would bo possible If It were presented
out of doors.
Tho club will present "Christopher
Junior" April 8. The cast includes
Unost-ofthe-iipper classmen Qf the
club, and It is boing held at this early
date that It may not conflict with
plans for tho senior day, tho cast of
which usually Includes many members
from tho Dramatic club.
80ME SORORITIES PLEDGE.
Only Three Were Able to Make An
Up to yesterday only three sorori
ties wero willing to announce their
now pledges. Thos giving out the in
Alpha Chi Omega Isabel McCojrfcln
dalo of Odebolt, Iowa.
Chi Omega Zota Hayden of Lin
coln. PI Beta Phi Florence Rush of Lin
coln and Ruth Roavls of Falls City.
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contago of tardiness. Tho French de
partment has solved tho problem of
dealing with tho mutual admiration
societies. Keep tho good work going.
Tho spontaneous outburst of ap
plause at tho game Monday evening
which resulted In much delay was
ovor-onthuslastlc. Thoro waB "no In
tention on tho part of tho rooters to
bo rudo or unkind to tho visitors. On
tho contrary they wero so well satis
fied with tho gamo that when ono ex
citing play followed another they loBt
their heads and yelled llko .wild In
dians. Such a situation is often em
barrassing to tho players and puts
tho roforoe In a dlfllpult position.
"While good rooting goos a long way
toward making a gamo .Interesting, It
should bo governed by a HCllo common
sense. It is no easy task for tho of
ficial to keep tho gamo within his
control and make it conform to 'tho
rules. This is especially tho case
when tho teams aro evenly matched
and tho play 'is fast. When tho
whistle can not bo hoard it Is almost
impossible for tho gamo to bo of tho
up a strong local organization. The
following aro tho charter mombors:
Frank Rhodo, W. J. Lompko, B. R.
Spalding, Glen V. Tunks, W. R. Power,
F. A. Wirt, Clifford Hardin, Albert
Hall, Dean McBrlon, Vernon Andrews,
J. Morlo Dye, Jcsbo II. Qulnn, Harry
E. Cotton, Glen "Ruby, Paul P. BHbs,
C. G. Chamborlln and Lloyd Hardin.
Tho active chapter roll contains the
names of two seniors," six Juniors,
seven sophomores and two freshmen.
tfnIVorsttypeoplobavo begmrto ap
preciate their college paper at Ne
braska." It has really become popular
and" tho desire to read it has in-
2 Convo'catlon, Professor -Ayles-.worth,
college, 11 a. m.
2 Junior class election, Temple,
11:30 a. m.
2 Freshman clasB election, Memo
rial hall, 11:30 a. m.
3 Vesper service, Memorial hall, 5
3 University Gleo Club, Oliver the
4Tegner society, science hall, Tem
. plo, 8 p. m. " :
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