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THE DAILY VEBRASKAN
Work Started for
WOLVERINES HEAD CAMPAIGN
THE L SYSTEM
COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL WEEK
M. L. Toullne, President of Association
for the Return of Michigan In
Chicago, 111., Sept. 18. (Specials
Initial steps of the season to secure
concerted action ' among students of
the larger western collegos to bring
about the return of Michigan to the
Western Conference wero taken at a
meeting of the Association of Western
College Editors in the Hotel LaSallo
in Chicago today.
Tho plan of the college editors Is to
start an editorial campaign for tho re
turn of Michigan to the fold. Students
and faculty members will be urged to
contribute letters outlining the situa
tion and giving their views on the
"steps to be taKoU. TUG C
editors say, will continue until Michi
gan Is listed on the football schedule
of the conference colleges.
M. j. Touline, managing editor of
the Michigan Daily and president of
the association, was put in active
charge of the campaign.
Dispensing of Data.
He will begin at once to send out
mimeograph letters to college profes
sors and to influential students at the
conference colleges and at Michigan.
Martin I"). SteveiiB of the Daily Ma
roon will devote the first few issues of
the University of Chicago daily almost
exclusively to discussions of the Michi
gan conference situation. Complete re
ports of the last several meetings of
the conference representatives will be
published. Correspondence between
Michigan athletic authorities and the
conference representatives also will be
made public if it can be obtained.
Editors of Papers.
Tho editors agreed to return at once
to their colleges and Btart the cam
paign. Besides Touline and Stevens,
the other members were: Sidney Cas
ner of the Dally Illini, G. T. Thompson
of the Daily Northwestern, and Hugo
Buguslowsky of the Daily Cardinal.
Minnesota and Ohio State were repre
sented by iproxles.
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This is our Fall Style Exhibit
a chance for you to see all
the authentic autumn fashions
without any obligation to buy.
If you never have made the
acquaintance of the
L SYSTEM CLOTHES
For Young Gentlemen
by all means take advantajc of
Jaunty styles, lively fabrics,
graceful models clothes after
your own heart. We'll be glad
to show you!
MAGEE & DEEMER
Campus Ever Green
An Oasis in Parched
Fields of Nebraska
NO ACTION ON RUGBY RULES
Committee Discusses Proposed Seven
Berkely, Cal., Sept. 18, 1913. (Spe
cial.) No definite decision regarding
tho proposed change In tho football
rules was reached in the meeting of(
the football rules committee last Sat
urday night. The advisability o em
bodying In tho rules the provision for
a seven-man scrum was discussed, but
it was decided to postpone the expres
sion of opinion by the committee until
after the next meeting, which Is to be
held within a few days.
Hot winds, followed by the intense
drouth, have had their effect on the
fields and green gardens of Nebraska,
but not on the lawns of the University
campus. Old and new studentB alike
appreciate tho velvety green of the
campus after gazing for weeks on
parched grass and withered lawnB.
That (he University was able to keep
the grass and flowers green In spite
of the drouth was duo partly to con
stant attention and partly to careful
and thorough watering. The Univer
sity used city water in spite of the
embargo put upon Its free use by sim
ply pouring it back into the mains
from the State Farm well as fast as
It was used on tho city campus.
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AT HOURS TO SUIT UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
A large number of University people were enrolled with
us last year -among them being ten members of the Class of ' 1 3.
Night School Opens September 29.
We conduct the largest private Night School in the city.
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