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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
NOW TO WORK FOR YEAR
MONDAY 18 OPENING .DAY OF
CLA88E9 ALTHOUGH LITTLE
PUSH WEEK BEGINS AT NOON
Activities Almost All Are Awaiting
Close of Pan-Hellenic War Be
fore Real Work 8tarts.
The opening of classes Monday was
marked by no excitement except the
usual miBcucB In finding the correct
clasflroomfl, common to both lower
and upperclassmon In moet courses
tho semester's work was outlined and
the bookH necessary wore specified.
Work for the next hour was assigned
and the sections dismissed for the day.
ProfcHHurs on ai 1 sides were kept
busy greeting old acquaintances
among tho students and the latter
made the campus hum with their re
newals of friendships. Tho largo num
ber ol freshmen and froshmon girls
.landing around made fair prey for
I In- greeks of both sexes, date books
appearing quite frequently.
Noon toda opens tho fraternity!
rush week Lunches., dinners and
otlni forms of entertainment will
taki- up the entire week, and pledging
m t .Monday noon will settle most
questions Various forms of discus
sion will probably do good service In
lljf- '-inuuniUll Ul LLIV 1 1 UDUUAllll K.KJ L11U;
forms of faith championed by tho dif
ferent organizations. The sororitios
do not dare entertain freshmen till
Friday Then will start a series of
Hire- week ends in which to amuse
the girls they would like to affiliate.
Orn.inix.ti ion actUitleH will bei;ln in
earnest the coming week. Dramatics,
politic -, arc! all other openings for
surplus energy are in the background
awaiting the close of rush week.
Still a few positions of a desirable
nature are open to aspirants for
journalistic honors Tho editor will
be in tho office in tho basement of Ad
ministration bullaing this morning at
11 o'clock. Older classmen are espe-
-jfc pp'.ii .itions for the position
fc uf eir ul.itor on the Daily Ne- -fc
Liask.u must be filed with T. A -
fa William-,, in the finance ofliee, -
tAt n noo' Wednesday. -
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OSCAR F1GMAN ,N oemEcal "DOCTOR DE LUXE"
AT THE OLIVER Tonight, Wednesday and Wednesday Matinee
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
This is a strictly University Cafeteria. There is no
bid made for the business of any other boarders. The
students may be sure of having a strictly University
crowd when they eat at the Cafeteria. It was established
by the Board of Regents of the University for the men
and women students of the University, not barring of
course the members of the faculty and the other men
and women employed about the University. The equip
ment belongs to the University and the money of the
Cafeteria is handled by the Treasurer of the Student
University School of Music
Offers the highest class of instruction in all
branches of music.
Students may enter any time.
Anyone expecting to study music will do
well to get information concerning this
school before choosing an instructor.
Willard Kimball, Director
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