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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1913)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Are we Minnies? Wit Wow Minnie is Ours Now!
Great Pennant Sale Ya
Prices good ? Indeed
One of those clocks would cheer your room.
Christmas Novelties Different Fresh Correct
Call in and let us make you happy
THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
340 North Eleventh Street,
FRESHMEN WEARING CAPS
Campus Swarming with Brilliant But
tons This Morning.
Although tin' -request" of the fresh
man dash to wear freshman caps has
not been olhclally acted upon hy either
the Uniersit Council or the Men's
Student Council, there Is little doubt
(hut tin- cluhr will be granted the re
qu.'M and held responsible for carry
ing out th' rule
At the name Saturday and on the
campus toda a large number of (ho
poMaia- stamps" were In evidence
and M'wral of the downtown stores
an- doing a rushing business selling
die diininutnc headgear. It is prob
able that all trcshmen who appear on
the campus will be wearing caps by
l he last of the week. -Dally Kansan.
Ellis 6 2, G-2.
Pinley 6-1, 6-1.
('aidnt i CI, 7-f).
No' man Williams
Williams 6 2, 6-3.
Alhn Keifer -
lln ti-i), ii-O
( hotty ( 2. ; :t
Meyer.- 6-2, 6 0.
1'Im Allen 6 4, f 7. 6 2
lecr-Chatt 7-f, 6 2
I'.l. Finle 6-2, 6 (
Jcr.tt-' Orchestra, L-U6K6.
WOMEN TO WEAR BUTTONS
Wisconsin Uppercla8smen Complain
Because Frosh Badges Have
"Hy their green buttons ye shall
know them," so we have been told
many times, but where are the badges
which were to distinguish the women
of the class of 1917 from their more
enlightened upper class mates?
Sundry complaints have been heard
from various upperclassmen objecting
to their being addressed as "freBh
man." They demand that their dig
nity be shielded from such insults by
making the first-year women don their
button of green
"And so they shall in a little while,"
Harriet O'Shea, '16, president of the
Green Button Society, informs us.
"The buttons have been delayed in
the making, but we expect them in
about two weeks "
Then before a month elapses we
expect to mount the hill safe In the
knowledge that we may recognize and
thus patronize the freshman by the
symbol of green she wears.
Utah Pan-Helenic Fails.
At the University of Utah the Men's
Pun-Hellenic Association lias been vol
untarily dissolved The withdrawal of
one fraternity from the body and the
trained conditions resulting have made
the continuance of (he association im-
fa Megaphones will be given -
away at Magce & Deemer's und
fa should be obtained in order (o
y enter the rooters' section -
The Cafeteria of the University Y. M. C. A.
QuCllitlJ e ave endeavored to secure the very
Service e nave introduced the best service that
that circumstances would permit.
EcOYlOTtiy e nave rQduced the cost but not the
STUDENT MANAGEMFNT, STUDENT HELP, STUDENT
TRADE. THE CAFETERIA IS IN THE TEMPLE.
DEUTSCHER WILL HOLD CAST
COMPETITION NEXT MONDAY
Will Get the Characters for Play to Be
Given January 16.
Tryouts for roles in the German Dra
matic Club play will be held next Mon
day evening, October 20. The play
chosen lor this eai is "Kluchsmann
AIb Erizieher," by Otto Ernst, and will
be given January It!.
It is especially desirable (hut oung
men try out for roles in the play. All
who are interested should see Miss
lleppner this week The trjouts will
be held in Kacultj Hall in the Temple
at .K o'clock.
Kngage formal music now. Hagensick
They are alwas the best
We seive hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner Mth O Street
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
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