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The Daily Nebraskan
VOL Xffl. NO. 32 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913
Price, 5 Cents
JUNIORS, SENIORS, HURRY!
SEE TOWH8END FOR 8ITTINQS
BEFORE THANK8GIVING AND
MFWY A8 YOU ENTER.
OHIY FOUR WEEKS FOR SITTINGS
Three Dollars Covers Cost of One
Dozen Mounted Pictures and the
"';,ln3XWi6n in the Cornhusker.
The management of the Cornhusker
have juat cloaod a contract with A. C.
-Townaond, photographer, 226 South
Eleventh street, to tako the lirlivldual
ana 'organization pictures fin- tliu 1911
Year-Booic The contract expressly
states thit: "all sittings must be made
before Thanksgiving. Mr. Townsend
will bo able to- take fifty sittings a day
and it wilt be possible for students
to haye sittings any time during the
day. Wn: especially attractive folder
Tor the picture is being prepared for
-students who desire to uho the pic
tures as Christmas gifts. A particu
larly low rate of threo dollars per
dozen for the 11 rat dozen and one dol
lar for each succeeding dozen are the
priced Mr Townsend is charging for
these picture. The chargo for the
HrBt doseu includes the coBt of the
cut am? insertion in the 1914 Corn
husker. In onie to avoid a great deal of
..-.trouble - tire management has also
made arrangements with Mr. Town
send to collect the money for the cuts
of the organizations at the time they
have their picture?, taken.
It will Le a great convenience both
to the management and to the pho
' tographer if the juniors and seniors
would iQ'i to having their picture,
taken at once The reason for the
-shortenmg of the time for the sit
tings is due to the fact that the 1914
Cornhusker will be ready for distribu
tion on May 1 This is fully a month
sind a half earlier than usual. All
Cornhusker pu Unes must be taken bj
GIRLS' ASS'N. WILL MAKE
CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS
Edythe Bobbins and Mary Rokahr to
Be Captains in Directing the
Pight Now Starting.
The Y W- C A. Blue and Gold cam
paign is. id, full swiniv Edythe Rob
bins is eador on the Gold side. Un
der her are lie captains, each of
whom hari a corpse of workers. The
captains are Lueile Loyda, Gladyce
Weil, Veraa Uuderaon, Geraldiue Mer
senback Mary Itokahr is leader on
the Bluo jide . Her captains are Anna
Luckey, Erma Neal, Marguerite Far
iley, Bertha Wie&e and Alma Blandin
"Arthermomotei" is in the Y. W.
(J. A. association rooms, and eery
day the side that is ahead can be told
by Btoppittg.iulo the rooms. The cam
paign is splendidly organized, and
should gat At .least live hundred new
members. The colors of either side
may tte obtained at the association
-rooms. The losing side will enter
tain he winning side early in De
HARD-HEARTED Y. M. C. A. MEN
POSTPONE GIRLS' SWIMMING
Do Not Take Into Concideration the
Hurt Feelings of the Injured
The swimming Reason will not be
gin today as was previously ai
nounoed. but is postponed to Nov. 1.
Bef6re the general board of director
of tho Y. M. C. A. had given the Un
sirls permission to swin on Thursda
norninga the Junior department had
irranged for some special programs.
Halloween decorating on Thursday,
Oct. 30, and a
contest on Thursday
November 6 for high school bojs dur
ing that week-end vacation.
Tbo girls will not be discouraged or
give up thoir eager determination to
swim, even if all
them. It is to be
odds are against !
proven that thin
sport is a valuable one tor girls and , where a chapter of Chi Omega is es
one that the city or Uni will have to ' tablished, prizes as indicated above,
provide for. The demand made cm-1 Tho fund is not the gift of any single
phatic by the persistence of ihe young individual or chapter, but was gath
women will certninly be heeded before , wed through small gifts from alumni
long and thei- pluck in resorting to and active members throughout the
such hours as 7 a. in. t 11.110 a. m.
on winter mornings can not go un
noticed. Girls who have 10 o'clock classes
will (ind it impossible to swim after
that hour before closing of tbe pool.
If they have already purchased tick
ets they should be returned.
Tho season will start Nov 13 with
WILL TALK ON LEPERS
Missionary to India Speaks
Evening on His Work in
Mr. W. M. Danner, secivtai for the
United States for the Mission to Lep
ers in India and the Far East, will
speak before the university young
men in regard to his work this
evening. Mr. Dannei has entire
charge of this work for the
United States in that territory and
considering that there are approxi
mately one hundred thousand lepers
In the world and most of them in the
Far East it is plain that the task is
not a simple one The United State1'.
government has done remarkable
work among the lepers In the Philip
pines and other nations, mainly In
tried to secure the privilege to
send some of its people having this
disease to the Philippines to be cured.
This meeting will be held on the
main floor of the University Y. M.
0. A. instead of in the Music Hall as
usual. An opportunity to hear a man
connected with a work of this kind is
a rare on. The program starts at 7
o'clock and las.H one hour
Hear Ye, Bcandlnanvians, Hear Ye!
Come, bring your friends to the
meeting of the Scandinavian Club this
evening, tho 30, at 7:30 o'clock, in the
Faculty Hall of the Temple.
This meeting Is of great Importance,
t therefore jillaxe urged to be on time
CHI OMEGA OFFERS PRIZE
FOR BEST WORK IN SOCIOLOGY
National Council Will Attempt to
Arouse Interest In Its 8ocial Serv
ice at Nebraska.
Kappa Chapter of Chi Omega of
ers a $25 cash prize for tho university
vommi who does tho best work In tin
department of sociology. The cont t
A'lll take In the work of the presen
school year, and will be awarded ai
oon as tho grades and work of stu
lents in this particular department
The purpose of the prizo is to de-
ve!op in the life of the women in tho
university the spirit of social service.
At the Inst national convention of the
Chi Omega Sorority, the fund neces
sary to carry out the plan of this con-
tst was provided. It Is the Intention
of the sorority to otter in institutions
whole sorority. Twenty-eight prizes,
therefore, will he available to the wo-
men of iustttutions where Chi Omega
A recent visit of Mrs Mai Loc
Collins of Denver, national president,
has enabled the local chapter to make
the above announcement. Professor
Caldwell, Miss Fanny Drake and Di.
(Continued on Page . Four. )
MANDOLIN CLUB AT WORK
ON NEW BATCH OF MUSIC
With Shipment of Fresh Music, Club
Will Begin Serious Practice for
The Mandolin club has received its
! music and will start work Immediate
l. Some delay was experienced at
j first as some of the pieces had to be
I sent from the publishing house. The
music includes some of the latest song
hits from New York as well as the
more dilllcult music arranged spe
cially for mandolin orchestra. The
first real practice of the year will be
held this evening in the Temple and
every member of the club as well as
those who were successful In the try
outs at the beginning of school should
be present. Several first and second
mandolins are still lacking and any -
one able to piny the instrument should'
I s,.,. V. c. Kavan, manager, at once.
A number of trips are being planned
for, and particular stress will be laid
upon practicing for the Omaha en-
gageinent in the near future.
CROSS COUNTRY TRY-OUTS.
With weather conditions permitting
' try-outs for the cross country team
will be this afternoon. All men should
get out early. McMasters
fa Freshman class meeting iu -fa
Memorial Hall at 11! 30 this -fr
-fa morning. Important. -
BAND TO AMES AND K. U.
ATHLETIC BOARD DECIDED YES
TERDAY TO TAKE ENTHUSI
ASM RAI8ER8 TO QAME8.
TWENTY-FIVE JWFN MAKE TRIP
Favorable Comment on Taking of Band
Is Heard Everywhere Over
K. M. SNYDER.
''' f'nrnhiiHkor band Is going to
ines with tho team. This Information
Mven out yesterday by the athletic de
oartment is the Inst thing ljeeessarj
Ictory acording to Btudent sentiment
s expresed on tho campus yesterday
With the strains of "Scnrlet nnd the
r'ream" floating over tho now footbnll
field at tho AggioH home next Satur
day, the V. W.'s team will again show
tho Hawkeye farmers the taste of fair
ly earned defeat.
Twenty-five picked men will make
the trip. Evciyono will bear with him
a load of enthusiasm from at least one
hundred Husker suporters, so the
whole school wll bo thoro in spirit if
IUH 1U ""'son. no ir oi lowa annate
, hnH hv'K HKioed with tho band in
years past and should have Just the
same effect when blown through a horn
next Saturday as It had on NobraBkn's
three-yard line in tho Minnesota game
Minnesota kept her band at home and
lost the game; Michigan Agglos car
ried a band to Mndison and the west
ern fotbnll world Is still gasping at
tho result; what can't Nebraska's toain
do with Ames and her wariors next
The band will also go to Kansas
next month, although no definite plans
have boon made oiitslde of the decision
j to take them. Tho probability is that
they will go on the special with the
rooters. In this case tho Union Pacific
railroad will be In serious danger ol
losing the tops of their coachos on
Tho band itself cypresses much sat
isfaction over these trips. Tho men
have worked hard to turn out a fin
ished organization and their work at
rallies and convocations have made
every student wish thorn luck.
Eng's. Dance Promises Good.
Only a few tickets are loft for the
Engineers' hop, Snturudy Nov. 8, 1913.
After tonight the sale will bo open
genoral. Engineers who haven't pro-
jvided themselves with tickets should
do so today.'. Final arraneeraontB are
complete and everything points to a
j Hiicceasful dance. See committeemen
J nt once If you haven't a tickot.
a. L. Hickman. Chairman.
L. W. Harte, M. C.
It. P. Wagner.
All candidates for class football will
j report at Armory at 3:30 sharp
Thursday. Be ready for practice at
that time. All men out. SURE.
Tho 1912 clock which was presonted
to tho University by last year'a grad
uating class has arrived. Work com-
mences on its installation immediately.
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