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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Mny 2, 1913
OPINIONS ON SUFFRAGE
What Prominent University .People
Did and Did Not Say
About Equal Rights.
Dr. F. M. Fling "I am rod hot for
suffrage. I am more enthusiastic over
it than many women I consider it a
disgrace that women have not had the
ballot long ago, as women's assistance
is needed in dealing with the social
questions of today."
Dr. Elda Walker "Very much op
posed to it. We've enough troubles
w it bout that "
Ralph Sweeley "I'm not very anx
ious to se it come, but see no reason
why it should not. I'm conservative,
1 hesitate to state."
Dr. Poyntor "I have ben on the
equal rights board for years here Let
the women have the vote if they want
(' L. Rein "I am not in a position
to state my opinion until I find out
I should like to know that first"
Reavis Gist "I think it would be
simply too lovely "
Prof. Scott "What do the women
think about It? I rely upon woman's
Prof. Frye -"Wait until America
produces Pankhurst then I'll give
Dr. Ressey "When women learn to
wear sensible hats, men will give
them the ballot "
Dr Wolfe "My little boy "Ruble"
has not expressed an opinion yet, but
will probably do ho soon."
Rill Wenstrand "I am heartily in
favor of it It pleases the women and
I like to se them happy."
E. O Stiehm "I like it. It makes
a man popular."
C L Yochum "If Verna wants It,
Dr Claude Mitchell "I cannot ex
press my opinion without duo delib
eration. I have heretofore centered
my mind on other things."
Harry Coffee "Wo should worry."
Instructors In T. C. H. 8.
The following girls are teaching In
the Teachers' College High School: In
English Literature and Rhetoric Ruby
Rarneby, EBtello Morrison, Agnos
Meline, Grace Truell, Mildred Slsty,
Est olio Render, Rebecca Poska, Mar
garet, Wooster, Katheryn Knopper,
Aurel Murty, Marjorlo Rlackman, An
nie Farrell, Rreta Diehl, MarUui Pet
tis, Edna Shields, Melvina Waters, Ida
Ward, Sylvia Orlofsky, Igerna Mont
gomery, Lillle Newberg, Grace Faw
throp, Elizabeth Gordon. In European
History-Millie Cherny, Wllla Speler,
Edith Williams. In Geography Olive
R Mann, Mary Cameron. In German,
(Jlodvs Thomas. Nellie M. Jones, Alice
Root,"OTfve Keller, Pauline KomrrDor4
othy Dunken, Hazel Fishwood, Mary
Holcomb, Lillian Shrum, Helen Dlnc
more; in Latin Cora Friedlino, Sa
lome Schwertley, Irma Gibson; Mary
Robbins, Elsie Ebmeyer, Marjorie
Wallner, Katherine Cannel, Ruth Lind
lay, Louise McNerney, Blanche Wil
liams, Mildred Piper, Mary Skinner,
Viola Parrot; in Mathematics Mabel
Pope, Helen Safford, Edith Williams,
Cecelia Stenger; in Science Jeanette
Sublette, Mary Bookmeyer, Sylvia
Smith, Abbie Western, Alvlna Blomon-
kamp, ldna Fulton, Gladys Veghte, Ida
Blomenkamp, Susanna Thompson,
Ruth Rrownell, in American History
Mary Cameron, Frances Chatburn,
Blanche Galloway, Maurino Hotzler,
Evelyn Dobbs, Blanch Eads, Louise
Mthewson; in Botany Anna Voith,
Florence Nomballs, Sylvia Smith, Iva
Leah Wenger and Gertrude Sturm
went to Iowa City to attend tho Delta
Delta Delta formal of the chapter there.
Katheryn ('one and Verna Anderson
will spend the week end at Ashland.
Josslo Miller Is visiting frlonds In
Ruth EvanH and Fairy ThomaH aro
spending the week end at Falrbury.
Del phi no Arenson of Sho Shonl,
Wyoming Is visiting at the Alpha Om
rlcon PI house.
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