The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 08, 1912, Image 4
T H 10 DAILY NEHRAHKAN ASSOCIATION ACTIVE CAMPUS NOTES :. SECRETARY REITZEL I88UE8 A FOLDER SHOWING WORK DONE. WAKENS INTERESTINCHURCHES University Y. M. C. A. Doing Much to Get Students Interested In Local Churches Students Become Department Heads. Joqes' Orchestra. Phono L-8G06. V V Konnei, ')! and '1 1, is lsiting frlondH in Lincoln Meet mo af Green's, 120 North 11th i Mrs A O Tlnsloy of Sioux Falls. S. I), is visiting hor brother, Prof George It Chntlnirn Telephone Ynlo Bros at onco. Secretary RolUol of the University Y. M (' A has issued a folder present ing die accomplishments of ttie asso ciation during the past month Those circulars hIiow that the association is doing mucli to help HtndentH In getting started in tho University Perhaps tho mOHt significant work accomplished Ih that in connection with the ehurchoB. Many people. Judg ing from tho nownpaper headlines, easily get the linpreHHion that the main feature of Htudcnt life Ih athlet ics, and a little study mixed in occa sionally Tho Y M. (' A. has done much to correct this Impression by showing that a large number of stu dents are ongaged In the various activi ties connected with tho church. Of tho many worthy lines of activity en tered Into, the following are among tho most significant 1. An investigation shows that ovor 100 University men are holding re sponsible offices in tho churches of Lincoln, either as presidents of young people's societies, as teachers, or as memborfl of various committees 2. As a result of a personal canvauH carried on by the association 500 men have been enrolled in the church Bible Study classes. These classes are held In the churches at the regular nible School hours Most of the courBOB aro designed to meet the problems of stu dent life. 3. Mission Study classes aro also being organized In the churches near the University. Tho classes are formed in conjunction with the church young people's societies. The association emphasizes not only church attendance but active church work I k F Maivin V. Summorv ille. '2, was elected county attorney at McCook in the election this week Ilagenslck'fl Orchestra. Auto 9012. Prof Carl Engborg was entertained at dinner at the Kappa Sigma house last evening. C H Frey. University florist. 1133 O Bt. Eugene Cobbey, an ex-student, was elected county attorney of Gage county. Have you seen our low-heel English walking boots, the swell thing for col lego glrlB? Rogers & Perkins, 1129 O street. Ted Marrlncr Cleaner, Hatter and Repairer. Auto B1799. 235 No. 11th. The English Club will not meet this week, as announced, but will meet next Friday at Professor Alexander's residence. Call Uoy O Warde, dance orchestra, Auto 7186, L-8152. This cut shows one of the decided innovations in over coat styles now extremely popular in the east. The first time you are at 1 1 th and O, just stop and see some of the new ones at Magee & Deemer's They show the new shawl collar that is both serviceable and attractive; also the split sleeve and extension cuff. Made up in Fleece Wool "warmth without weight" fa brics, also in handsome fancy cheviots. Plaid self linings and satin yokes are popular features. Coats and over coats that are different. Kocgfilin CcctnUrflQIlTheHotM J College Girls' Meeting. Miss Mabel Daniels will preside at the College Girls' meeting tq be held Friday rrom 12 to 12:15 In the Y. W. C A rooms. .The Students' Suitorlum, cleaning and pressing, 504 N. 15th. Auto B-1294. Men's dancing pumps and tan drill shoes Women's party slippers and Swedish gym shoes, at Rogers & Per kins. 1129 O street OUR NEW Ladles' clothing cleaned, remodeled and repalrod by an experienced dress maker Satisfactory work at reason able prices Mrs Bricka, 315 South 17th. Auto B-4844 Adv. 10-2 It LET THE EVANS LAUNDRY DO YQUR WASHING We have tho best workman, the larg-1 est, moBt sanitary and modern barber i shop and bathhouse in the city Stu dent patronage kindly solicited Green's, 120 North Eleventh ' "S"' """ J Prize to Junior Laws. The Calllgan company, a prominent firm of book publishers in Chicago, has offered a prize for scholarship to tho second year men in the Law Col lege. The prize consists of two vol umes of Andrews' "American Law" and is quite well worth working for. English Custom Last This is the shoe for dressy young men who want a shoe with real style to it. Comes in the tari, calf or gun metal calf, lace or button. A splendid value tor $5 - .... . HERZOG'S 1224 o st., Students are invited to call (it Herzog's and see the new dancing frocks and party coats now on display Lincoln Hotel ' Tickets $125 gntar ijop Hagensick's Orchestra Friday, Nov. 8, 1912 K , a "- 7TPW1 INiw.