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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
STUDENT HAIL UNCALLED FOR
Kenneth M. Snyder
John L. Outright
Fred N. Wells
UuBlnoBB Manager J. j. DrlBPOll
Annuitant Manager Frank S. Perkinfl
BubBrrlptlon prlco $2.00 per year,
payablo In advance.
fllngb' CopleB, f rents each
Entered at Mm poBtofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, an seeond-claBB mall matter,
under the Act or OongreRK of March
Tuesday, October 7, 1913
H the o'( lock Ibis eeniug a pi esi
HUii-nU)iu ut.'i'ii i-li-,ch:tl t uHK'.1.1,,1",!
New Students Must Give Their Ad
dresses at Office.
There in mi unusual amount of tin
railed for mull nt Station A.. th
University Pout Office. These letters
arc :tddressed to new students. In
earn of the University ThiH flame
trouble happens overj year during Mm
first two months, but this year Is un
usually heavy and the Post Mistress
in Station A . is at her wits end as
how to handle this situation.
The Rules as to Uncalled for Mall.
The letters aie held either Ave or
ten das according to the return on
thein then if not called for are sent
baek to the sender. If no return Is
placed on die letter It is held tn
das, then sent to the dead letter
ollice This Is a regulation by the
Correct Addresses Must be Given
'liideiii wanting theii mail
inn i i' poi l at Station A , oi I lie Mii.u
Talent In Instrumental Line Desired
Music Hall, 7:00 p. rn.
I hi .Mandolin Club will hold another i
,.,. Ii of tin torn el.isses Esseiitialh . I'u-l ..lliie and leaie their correct
he will he the epiession ot the en .uldie-s,s at once Manv treshiieu
tire chi's Some one will be elected j w oiuler win thty do not hear from
on his meiits .done, which is the poll m.un.i or get a nice lat letter Irnin
Ileal ideal Another sui cess may b. da. I lis not dad's or mama's fault
traced to the workings ol a sinooM ill didn I gd it, its just that liMV
political machine, not unite so idea', j dai lih- sees too mai. high lights in
And et. it is good tiainiug foi Mm-. M.- ui and just lorget.-v
w'co will aeiunlh partake In toda'-
faice I'olitK i.uis and their cugani.i .MANDOLIN CLUB HOLDS SECOND
tio;is are apparently necessaiv evil
so wli not make tliem as elllcielit a
in w iiiag.iine disl mi t i eh X
bii.sl.i.n, (ouic to our desk Volumi J 1 1 o,n tonight, October Till, at 7 p
, ,n,n,l., i ih,. Nebraska Alum m m Music Hall of Temple At this
nus i ontalns the latest news ot alumni boui tin first lehearsal will also be j
allalis, the tacultv and athletics I bcld Students pta ing piano, mando
i. !( M attriiclne ii.iiH-r about the lin. guitar lanjo or other inim
j,:i. o out li'eiar hbiul. the w menis p,ied in mandolin dubs arel
g,.n j, (dittd b Cm E Reed and uigid to tiv out One houi ciedit
pel l.died b the alumni association lei -nurs'i i ,ill la allowed Kegu
On is . (11,011. .1 page aie staled th kir i '-In a' -a 1., wn i. ;il 7 p in ;
main leasoiis lor its publication pul Tuesd.n ind 'I Inn sda s, m .Music Hal!
lleit among the alumni, a better an' Temple lluildtng.
stior.g, r unitbation ol the grads and' OLYMpCS TQ BE SATURDAY. I
al'os, all a boost lor a bigger Uni. i
It is a pur. ly co-oper.il. e enterprise (Lont.nucd from Page 1)
in which each and e ery alumni is ., hls ,,.,,. h(, U)U 1)(, jn th( j,anu.
consid. ud a member ol the editorial ,,n lll(, li ii K- blows, and it will be
staff up to the man or men handling him
to kiip htm pinned down.
NOTICE TO AG. ENGINEERS. fins u.ii a system ot legisteiing
All Ag ngiueers, and those taking " ' 1"' biought into use, to check
Ag engineering woik aie reuuesti d "l on the number of men who at--
to be pit m nt at the lirst regular mee, ! ""I stinting b their class in the
ing ot the gricullurul Engineers club "i rap Sophomores m particular aie
Speei.il nutters in connect ion with "' i d,v-ad antage because ol the usual
the Engineering SocieU are to be pre supei 101 it in numbers ol the fresh-
scnted. Meeting called prompth m I iii:n (lass, mid when the members ol
7-:hi rhursday evening October H in. Mi" c.-i-h do not come out to the light
M. A, building room liMG. ,ll" :"' thrown for a loss. Side
i line a'hletes who attend the Oh mpics
ALPHA SIGMA PHI PLEDGES. 'ui"1 '"' l'-Vl' lo hvir "' "'
,, , t, . , . ., r i ' ,() '" K'Vcn a chance to explain their
M. S. Swavnie of Arcadia, L. R., , , , ,
,, , ... . ,, , lamt-lieartedness, if the plan is given
Fraker of Lincoln, Roy Cameron ot ....
Lincoln, L. W. Harte of Cibbon, Lloyd l "'' '
iMinthorn of Castana, la. Engage foimal music now. Hagensick.
f THS-PEIEECT UMiQN-U
winter tasks in
this active man's
hit the line hard
the perfect union
CAN'T GAP IN THE
CANT BIND IN THE
English Street CO QCt
Tan Welts $A.JO
BUDD 1415 0 Street
They cost no more than the ordinary
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3,50,
$4, $4.50, $5, $6.50
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Good Clothes Merchants
Decorate Your Rooms
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
Ask for new catalog -:- -:- Eleventh and R Streets
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STRKETS
I Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room I
I Cafeteria Plan I
j City Y. M.C. A. 13th and P I
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