The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 17, 1913, Image 2

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Miss Graham Puts Quietus On Barn
yard Twists and
Glides.
ORGANIZATIONS TO "SWEAR OFF"
Dancers MuBt Promise to Substitute
Waltz and Two-step For Tango
and Boston.
Miss Graham, tho new adviser to wo
men, haH lost no tlmo In making pub
lic hor Htand on tho question of ex
treme dnnclng at university functions.
She states that sho finds it necessary
to positively prohibit all of the new
dances, and she has devised a scheme
for extracting a binding promise from
each organization, to the effect that
it will bo responsible for all the dances
-lhnt.aro practised Oil itsfloor during
tho ovent of which It is host. Her de
cision comeB as a distinct disappoints
ir.ent to many ntnntucr artists whoso
summer experiences have led them to
look upon tho old forms of Torpslch
oroan practise with a superior disdain.
Tho udvlser's scheme is in the form
of u written promise which must be
signer by the agent of each organiza
tion before tho dance privilege will
be granted, running as follows:
"Since all of the nower dances
in use hero ut the present time
arc, as a rule, danced in an ex
treme manner, it is" desired thnt
only the waltz, two-stop and five
step be danced at any party given
under the auspices of a Pnlver
Mty organization. We schedule
tlie party with (hat understand
ing. Mary C. Graham.
Secretary of Committee on Stu
dent Organizations.
We, the undersigned, represent
ing realize that our organization is re
sponsible for the conduct of all
social functions given under its
auspices.
THE FULK CLOTHIM CO.
Announces the Formal Opening
the new Winnet Foltz Building near
September 20th, Saturday afternoon an
If their new store in
1 th and O Sfs., on
evening.
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a rvVrli ol xr lt-i-r nl- - I I --ii.J.-4- 1-. 1 .T
; lumujr mviLc cm oLuuciiis hj ape our iNew I oung
Mens Clothes ohop.
Our equipment in furniture and co
of clothing, hats and furnishings is not excelled in Nebraska.
We will gladly show you the new wky of merchandising.
mplete new fall line
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Musicrinstrumental-rtnd voca!4orhe-epening Saturday-
ernoon ana evening.
Souveniers for men and flowers for
the ladies.
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I ROSTONIANQ
President.
REVOLUTION WORKS HARDSHIP.
Nebraskan In Venezuela Leaves For
Safer Climes Now In New
York.
J. B. Burnett, a member of the
class of li)15, has been having ex
citing adventures among the revolu
tionists in Venozuola. Ho had been
engaged there in googoglcal survey
work, In the oil lands. A recent let
ter from him states that ho has been
forced to leavo the coutry and re
turn to New York, there to await
developments. As soon as It Is con
sidered safe ho will return to Venezuela.
if Candidates for positions on if
if the Nebraskan roportorial staff if
if report in old Nebraskan ofllce, if
if in basement of Administration if
if building, between 2:00 and 4:00 -fc
if o'clock before Monday, Sept. 22. if
Position as circulator open, if
if Enquire at office. if
if if
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Nebraskan Returns
Ten Years a Judge
In Philippine Islands
Judge Charles Sumner Loblngier,
Judge of the court of first instance in
the Philippines, who landed in this
country about two weeks ago, reached
Lincoln yesterday for a very brief stay.
He will leave this afternoon for Oma
ha, and from there will go to the east
to remain until November. He will
then visit Nebraska again for a short
time before returning to California to
sail for Manila. Judge Loblngier has
been on the bench In the Philippines
since 11)04. During that time he has
seen great changes In the islands,
nearly all of them of an encouraging
nature. The use of the English lan
guage Is now very common, as there
are more than a half a million children
constantly learning it in the schools.
Like all of the Americans in the Phil
ippines, Judge Loblngier shows a keen
interest in home politics, and is espe
cially interested in the probable atti
tude of the administration toward the
Philippines. He is surprised to find
his friends in the United States wholly
uninformed and entirely indifferent to
the whole question. Mrs. Loblngier
came to this country In advance of her
husband, and he will join her in a short
time in Michigan. State Journal.
Judge Loblngier, after taking his
A. B. degree in '88, was given a mas
ter's degree in 1892 and Ph.D. In 1903.
As shown by the accompanying clip
ping, he has been In the Philippines
since that time.
Famous Shoes for Men.
BYRNES HOE CO.
1307 O ST. LINCOLN, NEB.
IMPORTANT TRAINING SCHOOL.
Steihm and Harmon Joshed.
"Jumbo" Steihm and his assistant,
Dewey Harmon, were subjected to n
quantity of good-natured rallery when
the "bunch" found out that both men
had joined the ranks of the benedicts
during the summer.
"Temple" High Offers Valuable Train
ing to Seniors Many Students
Turned Away.
The University Teachers College
High school will offer training for
over a hundred university seniors and
graduate students this year. Of late
years this 1ms become an important
factor in training teachers for the
public schools of the state. Member
ship in the high school is gained by
application The roster for the first
semester is now full and nearly a
hundred students have been refused
admission owing to lack of room.
'1 he following corps of university su
pervisors will have charge of the work
this year:
Cora Hill, Mathematics.
Letta Clark, English.
Ada Graham, Latin.
Frances Dunham, German.
Donne Griffith, Botany and NormalB.
Gertrude Beers, Shorthand and
Typewriting.
Daisy Joanette Needham, European
History.
Viola Barnes, American History.
A. R. Spafford, Agriculture.
Prof. Herbert Brownoll, Physical
Sciences.
Lincoln Musical College
EDITORIAL
olumns
vur fight
,Uh no
Jones' Orchestra. Phone L-8605.
J Wi; do not need tho editorial
olumns of anv newsnanei- in flirts
fight. We enter into comnetition
school except on the basis of
iiierit. Tho advantages of this school
ifre education Our instructors do not
red to go abroad for further study
hey are now Finished Artists.
J Aloys C. Kremer is acknowledged by
vrorld masters to be America's Great
est Pianoforte Interpreter.
Dr. F. A. Delano Is endorsed by the
world's great artists as one of the Few
Great Teachers of Voice.
1 COMPARISONS
We will play one of Mr. K renter's
one year students against any teacher
0- the faculty of any other SCHOOL
ii. Lincoln.
We will sing one of Dr. Delano's
s'udents on Four Weeks' Notice
against any voice teacher on any other
fiiytilty in Lincoln, under forfeiture of
$l'iit.00, if this is accepted as a chal
lenge and wo fall to appear.
(WHY CAN WE DO THIS?
iur instructors are artists in tho
of Teaching, Singing and Playing.
Hi' Artist's Way Take a Lesson
El ry Day, prepares the student for
comparisons.
WE ARE READY TO MEET ANY
KIND OF EDUCATIONAL COMPARI
SONS IN MUSIC.
Ltncoln Musical College
OLIVER BLDG., 13th & P Streets
PROF. ROBBINS DETAINED.
Professor Charles E. Robbins, who
spent the summer in Colorado with his
family, has been detained " there on
business and will not arrive home until
tho early part of next week.
"SPA"
, Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
Cafeteria Plan
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P