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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1913)
IH DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Slje Eatig JfabraBkau
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
Kenneth M Snyder
John L. Cutrlght
Frod N. Wells
FRESHMEN SHOULD NOW
FLOCK TO THE LIBRARY
HiiHinoHB Managor J. L. Driacoll
ARBlfllant Managor Frank S Perkins
Suhscrlptlon price $2 00 per year,
payable In advanro
Single Copi'R, f centfl each
Entered at the pOHtotlWe at Lincoln,
Nehi.iskn, iih hc( ond class mall mallei,
nndei tlu Act of CongieHs of March
I HI ItSDW SKI'I I. Mill It .''
EIGH'IV MhN OUT FQft-
FOOTBALL AT AMES
I'.U ht mi n ..i 1 1 v hi mil loi tin
Nines el'en n c ol dill)' In Hie l'sl
Issue ol Ibe I S (' Student just I
ceied Nines plan dunned! next Sat
iiida and Coaches Williams and Hub
bind have their hands lull loiinding a
team Into shape that an handle the I
CongregatlonallhtH Cilnnell gae the1
('.velours a haul tussle last eai, and
as the hae a good many legulais
back the aie alieadv planning on
making Ames go to vv In '
The Student stutes thai inoHt ol the
squad that has lepoited h in tine con
ditlon. but nearlv all the men aie 10
to If) pounds under weight Light and
nidlinentai v woik has been the pio
gram throughout the week, and no
Hirlmmage will be held until next week
Although there in" not many of last
y -ar's Mpiad back, the Aggies have an
abundance ol new mateiial which pos
HOh-H iibllitj. and the knowing one
prophesj that tln-v will be as slionj.'
,is i cr this fall
Librarian Wyer Has Instructed All
First-Year 8tudents In Use and
Resources of Library.
After this year no freshman will
linve an excuse for not knowing how
to mnke ubo of the library facilities at
hand, for Mr. Wyer, the new librarian,
has InHtituted a coutho In library in
struction which will reach all freshman
students All flrRt-yoar rhetoric stu
dents, and therefore all freshmen, fol
lowing the plan begun this fall, will
be taken through the lihrarv and will
have the system and cataloging moth
oiIh explained to them 'I Ins, it is he
Ibved, will bring about a much mote
i-encial use ol the libi.it v for ailu.il
stiidv put poses i
Yesiudiiv mm iiiiir w ,is l.ii gelv '-pent
bv tin ihilmic i l.i'-st s in t.iking tins
In st de;i i e in libi.uv mihui' Ii i
W v e r pel son, ill) l onillli led TTTe sTTT-
ilenls thtougb the st, H k looms and
showed them the lileiMKe lll.it i I 1.1 1 I
.it hand ,
You are cordially invited to at
tend a Series of
FRIDAY NIGHT DANCES
Given bv Membets of Camp YSA2
M. W. A., at
Moose Hall, 16th and O Sts.
Friday Night, Sept. 2613
Admission 25c Free Check Room
1132 0 Street
Open Evening Till
RUSHING ON FOR WEEK
(Continued from Page I )
til tut he (12) o'clock noon of Mon
dav of the third week
(c) No fratemit.v h.ill nlcdue a
new student who is registered lor less
than twelve (12) college hours, and
who can not present the minimum
number of entrance joints required
bv the University
No student .shall be pledged or in
itluted without the approval ot the
piesldent oi the council, to whom the
name of each prospective member shall
be submitted at least one school !a.v
(a) The pledge of anj man who
lails to make twelve (12) bourn dunng
either semester ot his fieshman year
sli.ill be automatic ally icnioved, pio
vidid bowiver, that he be given sl
((!) wet Us in winch to iciuove "condl
tlnns' ,ind "incompletes" and thus
hiing his i ecord up to the i ("quired
twelve (12) hours
(b) No man whose pledge lias been
lemoved shall be eligible to he lushed,
pledged, or tacitlj pledged by any fra
teinitv until he has made twelve bonis
in addition to those he shall already
have made at the time Ins pledge was
The school year of l'.lLll'Ul shall
be the last jear of fiebhnian pledging
Ted Marriner Cleaner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
LefBchetz Now at Kansas.
1'iotessoi Lefschetz, tormerly in
structor of mathematics, is now in
structor of that subject in the Uni
v eisit.v ot Kansas
Rooms in modern home, close in,
one single, one large double front room
for Unl girls. 1439 S St.
Artistic daruo programs and menus
for particular people. Georgo Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
Jones' Orchestra, L-9666.
WANTED C.erman tutor From Fa
therland prefened State terms
Box 1135, Sta. A.
hFOUND Bunch of keys near corner
of 25th and A sts. Owner may have
same by identifying keys and paying
for ad. Dally Nebraskan office.
If we just said "Clothes for Men'
we wouldn't have said any more than
every other clothier says all time.
Thafs why we say "Special
ists to College Men' for we
know we must "be there
in order to "make it stick.
We say "we're there and
Those natty rain coats
ut$tffcf)0 are jh .'
lols of fellows that have
bought elsewhere, won
der why it is .
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Good Clothes Merchants
UNIVERSITY Y. M. C. A.
This is not an ordinary boarding place where the
chief aim is to make a fair profit for the proprietor. It is
not ordinary in that it is run by the students for the stu
dents. The best food is bought and is prepared in the
best manner. The prices are based on the cost of the
food and cost of preparation. Arrangements have been
made to purchase the provisions at the very lowest pos
sible prices for the quality required. The employees are
well paid but only because they are capable of rendering
the most efficient service.
The Students Cafeteria run in the interests of the students
Office Equipment Supply Co.
117 So. 13th St.-Funke Bdg.
"Everything for the Office"
DRILL MEN NOTICE.
All second-year cadets must procure
lockers not later than September 25.
Freshmen can secure lockers next
week. Hickman, Capt. Q. M.
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
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