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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
SCHOOL'S NEEDS ARE TOLD
AT THE THEATRES
RALLY RESEMBLES A BUSINESS
MEETING BETWEEN STU
DENTS AND FACULTY.
At the all-Unlverslty rally held yes
terday morning in the chapel ariouH
faculty memhers addreBHed a good
sized body of students on the needs
of the University and on the direc
tion In which there are opportunities
or necessities for impro ement and
development The meeting Itself wan
void of any very noticeable demonstra
tions so common in the University
athletic rallies and was more in the
nature of a business meeting between
the faculty and students, in which
they vor able to make known de-
N. Z. Snell, president of the Mid
west Life Insurance ( ompany of Lin
coln, and treasurer of the State
Alumni Association of the University,
told the students of the work that the
alumni association has been doing and
asked for their cooperation in the
things that were planned for the fu
ture. Among the great needs of the
Uniersity, according to Mr. Snell, are
three of pressing importance better
buildings, more pay for the professors
and a larger campus.
Prof. P. M. Buck, jr , of the faculty
Bpoke on "Student Publications,"
pleading with the students that they
take a greater interest in their daily
paper in the line of increasing the
subscription list With a larger sub
scriptlon list, said Professor Buck,
much of the space now deoted to ad
ertising could be turned oer to the
editorial department With more
space, he suggested, it would be pos
sible to have three good departments,
one devoted to general University
news, another to literary efforts and
a third to current events, a phase now
Miss Alice B Ensign, adviser to
women talked on the subject of "So
cial Affairs," giving it aB her opinion
that students were many times seri
ously handicapped in their efforts to
obtain a broader culture by a failure
to appreciate the social side of uni
versity life. In speaking of the ma
terial equipment necessary for this
broader social life, Miss Ensign ex
pressed the need that there is of a
larger auditorium to accommodate all
of the students; also the need of a
men's as well as a women's club
Coach E. O Stlehin spoko on "Ath
leticB," referring to the Michigan
game of last fall, in which the north
ern university was tied, aB marking an
epoch in Nebraska football history.
The University Glee Club quartette
iendered several numbers.
R. .1. Horacek, 'l., of Belgrade, has
Miss Ethel Fishbach, 'Hi, will spend
Sunday at her home in Beatrice.
Miss Florence Gilgrist, '14, wiy
spend Sunday at her home in Ceresco.
Dr. Anderson or Seward lectured to
the senior class in diseases of farm
Mrs. Hattlo Luckey, '12, will enter
tain the senior play cast at her homo
MIsb Merle Sutton, of Wahoo, Is
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You survived Easter without
a new suit but its no sign
you can get thru the whole
season without one.
That old suit looks pretty
bad doesn't it, since you stop
ped wearing an overcoat?
Above we show one of Kup
penheimer's snappy spring
models for young men.
Wear one of them and you
will carry your coat on your
arm they're too smart to cover
Special values $20 and $25.
MAGEE & DEEMER
1109 O Street
and 85 cents buys $1.00 worth of Athletic or
Baseball Goods at
Lawlor Cycle and Sporting Goods House
1423 O STREET
Sat., Promptly at 8 P. M., April 13
Charles Frohman Presents
Prices Ore. $2.00. Bal. $2.00, $1.50
& $1.00. Gal (Unreserved) 75c
April 17 "THE DEEP PURPLE'
I lUPfll U MATINIJI'S(Hcept Monday) jij
LH1UULH lVI:NINOS AT 8;jo
yrr'H ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Week Com. Mon. Night, April 8th
MULLEN & COOGAN
MAREENA & DELTON BROS.
PRICES Matinee, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Discard your high shoes
and make your feet hap
py with a pair of our
new oxfords or pumps.
1107 O STREET
College shoo store run by collogo men
JTTSee ub for your
next job of
us to make each job
please. 128 N. HSt
Try a lunch at the Y. M. O. A.
Lunch Room. Cafeteria Plan.
City Y.MC.A. I3lfa and P.
visiting tho MIbbob Ami and Ellen
Sutton at tho II. E. hall.
Thero will ho no Y. y. C. A. meet
ing Sunday on account of tho terrl-
DBlIBr Hlirry smoke damaged goods at Hallett's Real b8rg8MS
1143 0 Streo
torlal conference which will ho held
from Friday to Sunday.
U. N. Roubo was elected captain of
next year's foothall team at a meeting
of tho players. Kquho was fullhack
on this year's team and u Btar player.
His olectlon was unanlmoua.
Work 1b progressing rapidly on the
haBement for the new Plant Industry
building. Materials are being hauled
In preparation for laying the foundation.
U. of N.
Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA
Meals at cost of
Capital Tailoring & Clothes Co.
Suita cleaned and preaaed by the
month $1.50. High Claaa Tailoring
Auto L 8328 llO O St.
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