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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1912)
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THE DAILY NERRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
FREDERIC ('. McCONNELL,
Managing Editor Merrill V. Reed
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Entered at the poBtofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, an second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1912.
A 8TUDENT SKATING RINK.
While running through a file of old ;
Rhetoric I themes the other day wo
ran across a paper advocating the
establishment of a skating rink at the
University. The Idea seemed to bo a
good one, and coincident with the ap
proach of cold weather It would seem
to be a good thing to give the proposi
tion n boost.
Would it not be possible to embank
the athletic field around the circular
cinder path to the extent of 10 or 12
Inches, and then flood the Held from
one or the city mains? The field is
enclosed, so there would be no trouble
in charging admission for those who
wanted to have a good skate. An ad
mission of G or 10 cents could be
charged, and this In time, if the rink
waB well patronized, and it is reason
able to suppose that it would be, It
would more than cover the original ex
pense of installation.
Outside of the practical pleasure
that the students would receive from
a Bkating rink of their owli, assuming
that it would be feasible to build one,
it would be a great thing for the Uui
versity The more that the students i
can be bi ought together on occasions
of mutual enjojment, the easier it will I
be for Nebraskans to build up a genu
Ine college spirit within their midst.
Not infrequently manifestations of en
thusiasm are forced and artificial. At
leaBt they are not inspired by a natural
impulse to enthuse. And so we would
encourage the creation of any agency
which would afford an opportunity for
students to get together for the pur
pose of having a good time.
A University skating park is one of
many things that would do this, and
for that reason, if for no other, we
recommend the plan to the proper au
thorities and urge that it be given
Carroll Beach, Assisted by His Sister,
Will Play at Thursday
A violin recital will be given by
Cnrroll Beach, accompanied by his sis
ter, Miss Annie Beach, Thursday
morning at convocation In tho Temple
Mr. Beach haB studied the last two
years in Berlin under Hugo Herman,
while his sister spent one year In
that city studying music.
The program will be rendered as
Liebesfreud (Iove's .Io ) Krlesler
.M Inuet Beethoven
Nocturne In E flat. .Chopen (Sarasate)
Praeludium Allegro Krelsler
FRESHMAN AGG. ENTHUSIASTIC
Raise Thirty Dollars for Horse Judg
ing Team Planning for Inter
Interest In tho Intercollegiate judg
ing contests is stirring up enthusiasm
among the agricultural students. After
the splendid Bhowlngs made by the
stock judging team at Kansas City aim
Chicago the "Aggs" are determined
that the team shall make a good show
ing at the Intel national Stoi k Show
in Chicago, December 7
In order that they may get more
work in horse judging than the Unl
versitj can furnish, the freshman judg
ing class has raised $30 to send the
team to some of the best horse import
ing establishments in tho state where
they may get such coaching as 1b
necessaiy This shows the proper
spirit, especiall among the freshmen,
and indicates good woik at the Farm
school this year. J R V
DR. WHARTON SPEAKS AT Y. W.
Vesper Services In Charge of Former
Pastor of St. Paul's.
Dr Fletchei L. Wharton, former
pastor of St Paul's church, spoke at.
tho Y W C A vesper service Tues '
day evening. In substance lie said
"Make acquaintances Do not confine
ouinelf to a clique or eoteiie -get all
of the richness possible fiom your
ears at the University Make your
life valuable to others "
Miss Ruth Malone sang a solo as
one pait of an excellent musical pro
gram . W. S
GIVE US A CHANCE
128 N. 14th See ou r Sample
Can be bought only at
318 N. 11th STREtT
Hmilb UUt yuttr Shirk.
240 o. 1 ltlj t. Cinroln. Nrb.
QTITlV MITQIf The State University has no School of Music
O 1 UI I IflUdlx connected with it. Our standards do not re
ceive the careful thought of any of the State University professors, but our
standards are established upon the famous Meister-Schulen Basis.
PIANOFORTE DEPARTMENT, Aloys C. Kremer, America's greatest
VOICE DEPARTMENT, John Randolph, the peer of any voice in
structor, and twenty other fine teachers.
NEW TERM NOVEMBER 11th
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
13th & PSts.
IN ORDER TO BE AWAKE
We are awake in showing
what's what in' fresh air
ouffits such as sweaters,
headgear and hiking coats
that are different.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
We serve the purest and
best HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
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The U of N Cafeteria will serve a table d'hote dinner in
the west room on Sundays. The price will be 35 cents.
Chicken dinner 40 cents. Cfl This does not effect the
regular Cafeteria plan which will also run on Sundays.
20 Per Cent Discount to Student
Call on ut. 315 Sooth 11th Street
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
13th and O Stb
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