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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Engineers Take Night
Off -Annual Orpheum
Stag Held Tonight
Kngln -r iroin old gray haired
mmiIoih t Hi- beardless froshlos, take
ji night dH in honor of tho Orpheum
tonight Not that tho Orphoum nooda
ili- honor, but that tho students need
(Ik- oxon i.-" It Ih an annual Htunt
t tho department to make this ex
cursion into the thoatrlcal world, and
mnny have been tho incldonta worth
remembering connected with It.
Tho tickets for tho porformanco
have been engaged and are hold In
trust for t "io.se ot tho1 onginoors who
recognize si good thing. Thoy havo
boon on .wle on tho campus all wook,
and thoy go oft salo at four o'clock
this afternoon. All unHold tlckota
will be returnod to tho box office. The
following men havo tlckota Baumatt,
Atwell and Kramor.
N. B.- This is one of tho only offi
cial stag -ttunts of the year, say the
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS MEET
WITH WESLEYAN SECRETARY
This has been overcoat week at our big style shop, and no wonder. Never
in our history have we had such a remarkable showing of overcoats for
young men. Chinchillas in all the new colors and all the new models;
fancy cheviot coats; rich silk lined, plain black and gray coats
And the prices will seem low when you see the coats.
COME THIS WEEK
THE HOME OF rAKQUiflK
good clothes CLOTHING COMPANY 1325 O Street
FORM NEW ORGANIZATION
(Continued From I'age One )
Discuss Maters of Goneral Interest
to All. Talk by 8ecre
ioint i.ieeting of the Student Vol
unteer Hand- ol the Woaleyan Uni
versity, Union College and the Stato
Unlversit was held last ovonlng at
the home mi General Secretary Slm
onds of the Wesloyan Y. M. ('. A.
bnut twenty young men wore pres
ent and Mr Sills of the Wesloyan
Hand presided. Mr. Ewlng of the
Universlt Association apoko on the
work of t't bands for the present
year. Aft-r reportH of tho different
tive representatives, Mr. Slmonda and
institutions were road by their rospec
Mr. Worthier University paators for
the Methodist ehurchos gave short
The univ-rsity wn8 represented by
Mr. and Mr-. Worthloy, Mr. IMor and
Mr. Ewlng The band of noarly ilfty
members a the Union College was
.-ilso well epiesentod.
aubjoct In which these men are in
terested, and to combine in the gon
eral organization of the engineering
An olection of olllcers Lor the cur
rent yoar resulted In '.he selection of
the folowing men: G. A. Spoonor,
prosldont; K. J. Ohlaen. vice-president;
K. It. Jones, secretary, I A.
Warnor, treasurer, and D. A. Buzzoll,
sergeant-at-arms. Mr. P. K Slay
maker, assoclato professor of applied
mechanics and machine design, was
elected the drat honorary member of
Meetings are to be held the I rst
Wednesday of each month, and i here
fore the first regular meeting is si.hed
uled for Wednesday of next week.
This will be a business tiu'rtln.;, mid
it is desired that all men interested
in architectural engineering s well
as those specializing In It come out
to thiB first meeting. Membership
will be open to all Interested.
The society will take its turn in giv
ing a program for the Engineering
Society. The other societies combin
ing in the general society are those
of Mechanical Engineering. Electrical
Engineering, Civil Engineering and
KANSAS PROTE8T8 ROSS
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bit afraid to risk his reputation In
meeting Kansas and Is looking for
some loophole to avoid the calamity
which is sure to follow'."
Coach Stiehm smiled grimly when
disked for a .statement and gave the
jollowlng message to tho Nobraakan:
"Nebraska will play Kansas any
ime and asks no quartor, but does
iiot propose to allow herself to be
tactics of the Kansana."
Said Dr. Clapp, who waa present at
"Tho matter of tho color lino was
.UscuBsed, and several of tho repre
sentatives wero in favor of it, but
uo agreement of any kind was arrived
Friday, October 31, 1913.
Kappa Alpha Theta Music Hall
Sigma Nu House partv
Chi Omega House part
Catholic Students' Club
Knights of Columbus Hall.
Silvor Lynx House partj
Alpha Omnicron Pi House pnrt
Saturday, Nov. 1.
Delta Gamma Mrs. Sterrett's homo.
Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. party
Togner Agricultural Hall.
PI Bta Phi House party.
XI Pal Phi dancing part Frater
Jones' Orchestra. LrOGGG.
Remombor the Friday noon meet
ing in tho Y. W. C. A. rooms.
The Y. W. C. A. circua, which waa
xo have been given November 15, has
been postponod until after the holi
.trtaya. Engag formal matcu' -ttagensick
FOlt KENT Niice room for one gen-
tloman. $7 por month. At 442 No.
BEST place in the city. TtVonty-ono
meals for $3.25 per week. Tables
for ladles. 1023 Q St. Miss Carver,
Propr. Single meals 20 conta.
THE Emmanuel Methodist Church at
15th and U is a homo-like church
where students like to go. Try it.
MILLER & PAINE
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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