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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TllK PNIVKKHITY OK NKHUAHKA,
KHKDKHIC C McCONNKI.L,
Kdltoi in Chief
Managing Kdltoi Men 111 V Heed
ABHoel.'ite 1-11 It i Kenneth M Knjcler
Associate Kdltoi Clod V Stewart
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Entered at the postofllce at Unculn,
Nebraska, hh second class mall nrattcr,
under the Act of Congress of March II,
FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 11, 1912
Registrar Rut ledge requests that all
students who failed to lcue their city
address and telephone number at the .
dontH and purpoHOB Lincoln Ih a doHlr
able and HatlHfactory Heat for a great
In all, thin little episode represents
the effectiveness of student ( onsclous
ness when properly aroused, directed
The actualitv of conditions provided
the pioper stimulus foi for action, the
act I v 1 1 and UHggestion of I)r Condra,
the Y M C A , and other pointed the
way out of the dilllculty, and the
promptness and effectiveness of the
ttoik of the Innocents, together with
the cooperation of the city authorities,
brought the desired consummation
NOTICE TO STUDENTS. O
O All students who have changed O
O their address or telephone num- O
O ber since registration or expect to O
O change either in the near future O
O please notify the man at the Y. O
O M. C. A. Information bureau Im- O
O mediately so that they may be O
O corrected for the University Di- O
O rectorv. O
time of registration file same at the
lieglstiai's olHce as soon as possible
All students who have changed place
of residence since registering should
notify the ofllce
Students, tacultv, the public, and all
will be lelieved to learn that the local
aiuthoiities have decided to lemove the .Saturday, October 12
Friday, October 11
(leneral church receptions
Delta Zeta, party, Mrs Aldrich
Nebraska vs Kansas Aggies
C.iils' Club bii-ukfast
Agricultural Club meeting
Catholic Students Club reception
Alpha Phi bouse party
CARNIVAL WILL GO
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charges, even though an offer of extra
police protection was made, it was de-
MUSIC! UNIVERSITY STUDENTS!
Ab there is no longer any school of music connected with the
State University you are at liberty to take your music with us.
Every department of music complete
22 ARTIST INSTRUCTORS IN CHARGE 22
JOHN RANDOLPH, Dean of the Faculty.
ALOYS C. KREMER, favorite pupil of ARTHUR FRIEDHEIM.
GUSTAV C. MENZENDORF, AUGUST MOLZER, CHAS. E. EWING
and AUGUST HAGENOW, FREDERIC C. FREEMANTEL and
many others. REGISTER NOW.
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
Eagles' carnival fioni its piesent posi
tlon within the shadows ot the Unl
versllv Student sentiment on vital
Ibhucs Ik not a difficult thing to arouse,
and it Is fortunate that prompt ineas
urea were taken to relieve what other
wlBe might have developed into an un
In the light of the present arrange
ments It does not seem to he the prov
Inco of The Nebraskan to go into or
elude to the ethics of the present con- elded last night that the carnival could
troversy We inn simply say that It be dispensed with, and this informa
Ib gratifying to see a considerable num 'tlon was given the Innocents ThiB
ber of the student body take the stand will close the matter very satisfac
they have To to great extent the'torily as far as the University is con
Interims of the University were at cerned, and no trouble of this sort is
atiike, and to see the students rise en expected in the future, now that the
maBse. so to speak, declaiing them attitude of the students on such mat
selves against any institution that ap teis is cleailj undei stood
peared to Impair the ethciencv of the
Unlversll v, Is to the highest degree'
dirymg PEARSON OUT OF IT
Of course the student in no case (Continued fioni Page One)
could liavi' aftoided to have been have been chosen Masker, of the
squeamish in this matter If it was Kansas Cit Athletic Club, will let
corrupting, demoralising or wasting eiee, Honnefleld, of Kansas Cit, will
ono'a time to attend the carnival, a act as umpire, and Cornell, e. Indiana,
very efficient and peaceful remedy will be head linesman
would have been to remain away Hut
Oliver Bldg., 13th and P Streets.
IN THE BOOK SECTION
LATE BOOKS THAT ARE SELLING
Where There's a Will, $1.30 by Mary Roberts Rineharh.
A Man in the Open, $1.35 by Roger Peacock.
The Jingo, $1.35 by Geo. Randolph Chester.
The Woman, $1.25 by A. P. Terhune.
The Sign at Six, $1.25 by Stewart Edward White.
The Secret of Lonesome Cove, $1.25 by Sam'l H. Adams.
Their Yesterdays, $1.30 by Harold Bell Wright.
The Wind Before the Dawn, $1.35 Bell H. Munger.
And many others which we cannot list here. It will do you good to
look over our line. Always something to interest you.
MANY NEW BOOKS, RECENTLY PUBLISH AT 50c
All have been big sellers at $1.25 to $1.50.
Now is the time to get these at such a low price.
Nathan Burke, by Mrs. Watts
The Husband's Story, by D. G. Phillips
The Log of a Cowboy, by Andy Adam
The Trail of '98, by R. W. Service
John Ward Preacher, by Margaret Deland
The Heritage of the Desert, by Zane Gray.
The Purple Stockings, by E. S. Field
The Back Woodsman, by Roberts
Hollow Needle, by Morris LeBlanc
The Gamblers, by Klein and Hornblow
In Our Town, by Wm. Allen White
Petticoat Rule, by Baroness Orezy
Ramrodders, by Halman Day
From the Valley of the Missing, by Grace Miller
Cynthia's Chauffeur, by Louis Tracy
Rose in the Ring, by McCutcheon
Excuse Me, by Robert Hughes
Red Pepper Burns, by Grace Richm nd
The Motor Maid, by Williamson's
The 3lory at the Conquered, by Susan Glaspell
The Way of a Woman, by Rina Ramsay
the last 90
first time at
Everything the Student Needs in
Toilet Articles Pennants and TRUSSES
Stationery Athletic Supporters Gunther's
Safety Razors Elastic Stockings Lowney's and
Fountain Pens Should et Braces Guth's Candies
BEST SODA WATER AND LUNCHES IN THE CITY
objections were found other than
those, and objections which boycotting
could not remove The. point is, the
carnival was a nuisance to those who
never cared to enter its gates, and who ,
would have tied from the din and noise
If to do so would not have routed them
from their own rooms That the stu
clentB should have resented such a con
elition 1b natural and commendable
Hence the effort to remove the cause
and thereby prevent any possible
The Nebraskan is grateful to the
city authorities for taking the action
that they have Regardless of the
question of public policy, we feel that.
their action was phased on a desire to
satisfy a reasonable demand from the
students, and that in so doing they
have, impressed upon the minds of the
student body the fact that to all stu
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