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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1913)
T II 10 I) A I L Y N 10 H It A S K A N
Permanent Alumnae Y. W. C. A. WORKING MEN AT MICHIGAN
TO FORM UNION
Association To Be Formulated Satur-(
day, March 8. Alumnae Want To
Students Putting Themselves Through
Colege Want Shorter Hours, Bet
ter Pay, and Cleaner Environ
Believing that the graduates and
former memberH of the University are'
interested in the Y V (' A, a coin - - -
mitteo has been brought togother to, Condemning existing conditions un
formulato plans for organizing an der which university men are com
alumnae branch of the University Y. pellcxl to work in Ann Arbor boarding
w.o. A. baturday, Marcli K, haR been , hniiRPH for mi llvrl.l yVntrn rninni
Telephone Yule Bros at onco.
Jones' Orchestra rhoi.u I.-8G05.
Kiolich's Orchestra, riione L 7363.
Loeb's Orchestra, Phone L7G20.
Hagenslck's Orchestra, Auto B 2990.
net aside as alumnae day of Asso
ciation week. It is the plan to perma
nently organize the alumnae branch on
Thoro has long been felt a need of
some effective medium through which
the alumnae might express their Inter
est in the Y. W. C. A. and through
Whjcfc they might work. Tho commit
tee feels that a permanent alumnae
body will not only afford tho moans
for this but will also make for a great
er spirit, interest and energy. It will
be the means of keeping in touch with
the work done by the University asso
ciation and of assisting in that work
whomever needed. It will form a
"home" to which graduates and former
students may return and know that
thoy arc still a part of the University.
It will be the medium of interesting
girls Just entering college In the Y. W.
( A. work and in bringing to the at
tention of those girls juBt leaving col
lege tho broader questions for which
the Y. W C A so ardently stands
from seven to nine cents per hour,
working students have inaugurated an
active campaign aiming towards tho
organization of a union which will on
doavor to obtain shorter hourB, higher
pay and more sanitary environment
for tho workers
Professor A. A. Heed was back in
his office today after a week'n illnesB.
Frey, University florist, 1133
Arthur Coleman. '14. will snend the
i uiu wuiubiu I r
The committee in oharge of the cam-' Week end ut hiB homo ,n wyre.
palgn, consisting of Robert A. Hoss,
'13L, Melvln K Case, '15E, and Louis
D. David, '141.,, Is planning to circular
ize the 1,000 working students in the
university within tho next fortnight
and to call a mass meeting for public
discussion of tho question.
Tho movement iB tho outcome of a
general discussion at a recent meet
ing of the Intercollegiate Socialist So
cloty at which several working stu
dents recounted their personal expe
riences In tho boarding houses. At
the close of the discussion the society
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N street.
Attention 1b called to the luncheon
In honor of Miss Burner, March 8th,
at tho Lincoln Hotel, 12:30 o'clock,
for all Y. W. C. A. mombors and thoBe
Interested In the association. Imme
diately following this luncheon, the
alumnae will como together to organ
ize their branch of the association.
Today 2:30 Tonight 8:15
THE COUNTESS COQUETTE
Mat. $1 to 25c. Night $1.50 to 50c
Wednesday Evening, March 5th
WM. FAVERSHAM AND ALL
STAR CAST IN
"J U L I U 8 CAESAR"
Prices $2.00 to 50c.
Mar 6-7 ADELAIDE THURSTON
HOFFMANN WRITES BOOK
Miss Burner will speak Saturday after-
refiiBod to undertake the campaign to ' noon at threc o'clock to graduates and
organize the working students and a!former students of the university. The
self-appointed committee was formed alummio committee consists of Geor
to carry out the work. KUl I',,Id, Mrs. Fred Hunter, Ruth
"Workers Eat What Is Left." Kasterday and Hazel Snell.
"We find that students are coin-
pelled to work two and one-half hourB
A Perfect Vaudeville Bill
8EELEY AND WEST
FRANK GORDON AND ROSE
Bar. Mats at 2:15 Prices 15c, 2ftc
Night, 8:15 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Combined Efforts With C. J. Benjamin ' for a single meal wortli 2u cents," de
Produce New Work on "Ma- dared Robert A Hess, chairman of
chine Design." the committee, hist night "In many
instances they are compelled to eat
A new book has just been published what'B left and usually this isn't much
by tho Henry Holt Publishing Co. on j Por this work hired girls are paid
"Machine Design" This book is the $4 00 a week and board, whereas fig-
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co.
1 3th and O Sto
THURS., FRI., 8AT.
BURNI80N & TAYLOR
"The Will of the People"
THE MESSAGE OF THE PALMS
"AN UP-TO-DATE LOCHINVAR"
THERE WERE HOBOES THREE
3 SHOWS DAILY 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
Matinees, Children 5c, Adults 10c
Nights All Seats 15c
result of the combined efforts of C. II.
Benjamin, dean of engineering at Pur
due, and Prof. J D. Hoffman, head
professor of the Mechanical Engineer
ing Department It Is a strictly up-to-date
book on the subject as a glanco
through ite 340 pages will prove.
Today would be a good time
to have your picture taken for
the 1913 Cornhusker.
Preserve Your College Work I!
ures show that the rate actually paid
to students is seven to nine cents an
"The cause for this is the fact that
there are such long lists of students
ready to work under any conditions
because thoy are unable to make or
ganized demands. If u student does
not work hard enough to suit the
boarding house keeper or growls
about what he gets, he 1b fired per
emptorily A call to the labor bureaus
usually brings half a dozen applicants
for his position
"FreBhmen because of their ignor
ance of conditions suffer more thani
others by this system. .
"Of course, there are exceptions,
such as the place at which I am now.
employed Unfortunately there are
not many other places like it."
Dr. Bohn Favors Movement.
The campaign wage rate of 25 cents,
an hour or its equivalent, should be es-'
tabllshed among working university
students," he declared. "No student
should be allowed to work more than
four hours a day. A longer period will
interfere seriously with his university
work and health " -Daily Michigan.
ALL SOUL'S CHURCH
A Free Religious Society
12th and H Streets
Sunday, March 2, is to be recognized as the fifth anniversary of
Mr. Weathorly'B service in Lincoln by Mr. and Mrs. Wolzer, anslstd by
10:45 Sermon "The Foolishness of Preaching."
12 15 Social, Ethics Class and Students' Liberal Union "The I'rob
Iems of Modern Education," by Dr. H. B. Alexander.
Tho L. C Smith & Bros. Typewriter
Is invaluable to college students who
want a record of their college work af
Wo give special attention to the
needs of students We have typewrit
ers to rent, as well as to aell. A few
rebuilt machines at a bargain.
I . C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
125 North 13th Street
A meeting us called today of the
Representatives taking part In Uni
versity Night Program, at o'clock In
room 103, University Hall. This is im
portant. OWEN PRANK,
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and tho best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
20 N. 11th St. Adv.
University School of Music
Thorough instruction by modern methods in all
branches of music, practical and theoretical.
Pipe Organ Violin
All Wind Instruments
Public School Music
Apply for information 10
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director - - - 11th and R Sts.
DO YOUR WASHING
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunchroom I
Cafeteria Plan I
City Y. M. C. A. 13tb sad P I
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