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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVKKHITY OK NEBRASKA,
FREDERIC C. McCONNELI,,
Editor In Chief
Managing Editor Merrill V Rood
Associate Kdltor. .Kenneth M Snyder
Associate Kdltor. .. .('loyd V. Stewart
Business Manager .(' (' Huchanan
Circulation Manager I. S Howen
C. L. Yochum, J. L Cutright, H. Q.
Hewitt. W. F. Goodman Winifred Seo- flK,lt wUh a your power but ,f you
can hring about the Iobb of under
standing It does often do that, and
the prize 1h not worth the cost. Hard
wordH, HUBplcloiiB and all that are
small and mean. If your participa
tion In Homo activity 1b going to cause
a friend to turn from you, It seems aB
though your participation Ib wrong
While we are In college let ub hold fast
to our frlendB and leave the other
things to the world. Four years of
friendship are Burely worth more than
our little mimic succosb gained here.
If you have a principle to fight for,
gar. C. N. Brown, F. N. Wells, A. R
O'Hanlon, L. W. Home, F. A. Turnuro,
J. It. Wood, I K. Frost, Leon Samuel
son, Chandler Trimble.
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Wisconsin Dally Nowb.
Entered at the poHtofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March 3,
8ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.
With the advent of the Coburn Play-
Night Phono B-4204 ers in Lincoln , next week University
Manager B-1821 L,.,,.!.,.,.., !ir hni'lnnlnir (n Intnrool
themselves in claHBlc drama. Profes
Hor Lees' lecture- Thursday on the
"Klektra of Euripides" stimulated In
terest in this play to a considerable
extent The story Is one of double
tragedy, yet It 1b replete with touches
that appeal to the modern mind. Of
all the Greek writers, Euripides stands
foremost as appealing to the modern
audience. His work 1b realistic, and In
a groat measure It formed the groove
THE WEEK'S REVIEW.
Being a Brief Resume of the Events of
the Past Week as Gleaned from
the Nebraskan Files.
Stlehm's Cornhuskers return from to which subsequent writers have been
Columbia after twisting the MlBHOuri I confined. He treats his subject from a
sympathetic point of view, Introducing
such scenea and characters aB are
necessary to make an llhiBlonary ef
fect, Instead of a purely mental and
Tlger'a tall to the tune of 7 to 0. the
low score being attributed to the wet
field and the Injured condition of some
of the players Most of the week is
spent In Becret practice, the coach lay- philosophical impression
lng the foundation for the two big
home games Kansas and Oklahoma
A prize of $7f Is offered by the Kob
met Klub for the best manuscript for a
college musical comedy, the contest
closing the first day of January
A CORRESPONDENCE COURSE IN
The doughboy buck with the Beven
hashmarks met the cosmoline sllnger
University students participate in in civics coming down the omcers'
the election Tuesday by performing line.
1 !.... I., .w l' 1. , II.. .1
"Nixie I don't guess," answered the
different duties at the polling places.
Woodrow Wilson is elected President,
The Nebraskan makes arrangements
to handle Farm news in a more syste
matic manner by creating a Farm de
partment, with headquarters at the
"How much are you good for?"
"Two and a meat ball."
"That's easy "
"Nothing doing. The old man just
gave me five extra K. P.'s just bo-
Faculty and a few students slip off to cause Heans reported me for spilling
Omaha to attend some of the sessions t slum."
of the Nebraska State Teachers' Asso- "What are you going to do re-up'"
elation ' "Sine's shooting Think I'll try the
The librar clock, the gift of last ' lW rollers a hitch "
year's graduating class, is put into' "Like the war then, do you'''
place b campus woikmeu "It's pretty sott unless you get into
The rnlersit is to become the re- slioetail's outfit or Judge Duffy gets
vipii'iit of a costl st.it lie of Koinensky,
the gift of the National ssociation of
The Nebraska cioss country team
leaves for Columbia. Mo, to partici
pate in the annual Missouii Yalle
cross count i meet
An edi t Horn the upper classmen
declared that .Nebraska freshmen
hereafter are to designate themselves
by wearing skullcaps unless they win Mrs. Raymond Organizes Seventy-five
the Olympics. I Students.
ou a couple of blinds Well, how
much longer do ou do in this turn''"
"Thirty live and a butt "
"The only way they can get rid of
ou is to bobtail you. Well, I guess
I'll hike (Joing to take the Q. M 's
biscuit shooter to ihe movies."
CHORUS STARTED AT FARM.
A chorus consisting of seventy mem
bers has been organized at the State
It is a sobering thing to lose a friend- Farm under the direction of MrB. C
ship. You can not lose often, a real Raymond.
friend, a "blood-brother" as he was ' The chorus meets in Agricultural
one time called. Still, when you have Hall eery week on Tuesday and
lost the friendliness of a man whose Thursday between the hours of 5 and G
regard you prized. It hurts.' Even The officers are as follows: Presl-
though you may deny it, or do not feel dent. Mr Chase; secretary, Miss Arn-
lt in the heat of its cause, you have old; vice president, MIbs Drown;
2 for 25c Cluclt. Pcatxxly & Co.. Maltcra
lost a great tiling
treasurer, Mr. Skudma; librarians,
It Booms petty, that you might lose a ,Miss Lockerage and Mr. Holding,
friend because you are on opposite i No definite plans for the year have
sides in class politics. It Is a sad yet been formed, but Mrs. Raymond
.thought that rivalry in some activity i promises a surprise In the spring.
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