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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
Owned and published by t o University of Ncbrnslca througn
THE 8TUD.ENT PUBLICATION BOARD
.OfTlccs Dnsomont tho Administration Building.
PostoHlco Station A, CampiiB, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Day Auto 1888.
Night Auto 3145, Ed. 1035, Bus. Mgr. 420C
SAM R. BUCK, EdItor-ln-Chlef
A. H, Dlnsmore, Managing Editor
P. C. McConnoll. Assoclato Editor Searlo F. Holmes, Assoclato Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor E. Leo Updcgraff, Sporting Editor
Morrill Reed Homer O. Hewitt Hugh Agor
C. P. Androws Wallace B. Troup Kenneth M. Enyder
R. S. Buddonburg L. A. Bcchtcr J. Lovejoy Linn
William O. Cooloy
Mildred Bovlns Ruth Munger Ollvo B. Mann
Winifred Elchar Huth Sheldon Allco Chambers
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BUSINESS MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Asst. Bus. Mgr. J. V. Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 por year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notlcos and University bulletins published free.
Entorod at tho PostofTlcc, Lincoln, Ncbr., aa second class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911
Tho bUBy mascullno profoBBlonallBtB
of tho Btaft have turnod over tho offlco
pons to ub tho girl roportors. Thoy
look on and smllo in good natured tol
oranco while wo wrlto tho things that
havo boen horotoforo crowded out by
athlotlc stuff and smoker notices. It
is nlco, but, with apologlos to tho
Orphoum, wo "hato to take another
ThlH has been a red-lotter year for
wnmnn at Nebraska. Thoro was a
tlmo whon pooplo said Nebraska Uni
versity women missod somothlng of
Tho atmosphere waB not all that
cldo it once for all and settle (?) the
question as you did about the cabB?
Ted Stuart, former Nebraska assist
ant coach and referee at tho Michigan
gamo, was married yesterday to MIsb
Bottlna Bradley of Centervillo, Iowa.
Hero's hoping that tlmo wasn't called
on him before ho made liis homo run.
Dear Chancellor: A week ago Tues
day I was up to yure university to see
my dotter Amolla. You hov a splendid
instltushun on I feel reel proud to see
my dotter a llvin part of sech a col
ledge. One of them professors with a
plnted beard tipped his hat to her jest
like ho know her reel well. But there
WHY PAY MORE, BUDD 1415 O
could bo desired. What social llfo
wont on was In tho Bmall and unropro
sontatlvo organizations. Tho larger
interests wore noglected. And women
students really Boomed to justify tho
criticism: thoy not only took llttlo
Interest in all-school activities, but it
waB hard to go't a crowd out for af
fairs which directly concerned them.
A largo mass mooting of women was
unknown hero a few years ago.
This year omphaflizes tho changing
order of things. A football gamo
COULD happen without tho co-eds,
but It doesn't. Even tho CornhuBkor
Banquot of sacred tradition this fall
throw open Its doors to thom.
Tho difficulty now in planning a
elrls' affair lies not in getting tho
crowdB, but in accommodating them.
Tho satisfaction over those social oc
casions has boen marred only by tho
necessity of turning away a number
Tho Unlvorslty Girls' Club and tho
Black Masque organizations aro tho
nuclei around which tho ovolutlon'haB
boon evolving, but tho "spirit" Is In
tho individual girl.
. We have tho right sort of Btuff at
Nebraska and wo aro learning how to
uso it. It is good to bo a co-ed, and it
1b good to bo here.
was one thing I mus pained to see.
Now, my Hiram smokes on a hull life
time of arg'yln hasn't stopt him; so
I wa'n't so turrlblo shocked to see ail
thom men standln' around Bmokln'. I
am a W. C. T. U. on a Baptist; so 1
don't believe in encouragln' sech h
vice, but for goodness sakeB, If them
follors has to smoke, give 'em a place
so't thoy kin move off tho sidewalk
My dotter, she said, "Ma, I don't mind
Inhaling these deadly fumes. T don't
mind treading a sea of cigarette stubs,
but I do hato to climb down off tho
sldownlk and fight my way 'round to
tho gate." I told Amelia mebe if she
carried a whistle en blow It when she
was comin', they would move en let
her thru, but sho said she doubted it.
Now, I guess thot's all I got to say.
Please bring it to tho attenshun of the
publlck thru yure avlubel paper, and
oblige. AUNT MATILDA.
P. S. I suppose the dean of women
up thoro will see thot Amelia wears
Unl students aro invited to try the
Y. M. C. A. Barbers. You will like
Wonder what that tonso feeling in
tho air moans, that sense of dlsquiot.
A member of tho Military Ball com
mittee told us that It was bocauso
tho men wore having such a time de
ciding whether thoy should send flow
era to their ladies.
That is funnyl tho co-eds are just
as calm- about it! Why don't you do-
VESPER SERVICE TONIGHT.
VoBpor services wll be held tonight
in Memorial Hall at 5 o'clock. Chan
cellor Avery, or Dean Bessey as his
representative, will preside, and the
University Chorus and a string quaVtet
will have charge of the muBic.
Thirty -cents pays for tho Best Din
ner in Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high class a la carte service. We
have the big juicy steaks.
Suits and Overcoats
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$18.00 Suits and Overcoats for. .$14.40
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