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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THK UN1VKKSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. HEED
Kennoth M. Snyder
John L. Cutright
Fred N. Wolls
11 V Harlan Athletics
Ethel Arnold Women
Dean McDrlen. Huth Squlroeltobert
Holland, Louis Home, Clara loddH,
Glen Everts, Earl Kcefer, R. V
Koupal. Homer Phillips, Clar
cnce Spier, Max Nadir,
ct. Bus Mngr" " Frank S. Perkins
circulation Manager J. r Heard
Subscription" price $2.00 per year
payable in advance.
Single Copies, l etUH each
Cadet Officers Getting
Organized Into Club
Ball Committee in Air
A meeting of the. officers of the
regiment last night after the comple
tion of the extended order problem
resulted in the organization of the
Officers Club. The election of officers
resulted In the followign slate: Presi
dent. Col. Kramer; vice-president,
('apt. J. L. Drlflcoll; secretary, Lieut.
Col. G. A. Walker; treasurer, ('apt.
The flection of the committee for
the Military Ball wob deferred until
Monday, since the opinion was ex
pressed that there was not a sufficient
ant. Two candidates are in the Held
majority of the officers present to war
rant action on a question so import
for the office of chairman of the com
mittee unri nne for master of cere-
IT'S ALL EXTRA-
This careful tailoring on our Mackinaw
Coats. Everybody has mackinaws at prices
similar to ours and the pattern will be very
similar too. But let us point out the differ
ence in the tailoring the patch pockets
the yoke-back the storm cuff and flu
tailored storm collar.
These details make the coat That's
why you'll like our Mackinaws
Entered at tho postofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mail matter,
under the Art or Congress of March
i monies. A political ring is gilng
round and round, and although the
Tuesday, November 4. 191IJ
DAILY NEBRASKAN FORUM.
There has been no demand for a (. j()1)
Poruni column this year. In other
years the columns of the paper have
always been open to students and
election of officers of the Officers Club
went off without a hitch, the commit
tee election will create spirited oppo
sition. Dawson and Kramer are the
candidates for chairman, and Joe
Johnson is looking out for the m. of
HUSKERS DISPOSE OF AMES
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faculty for discussions pro and con -
on popular creations. The Inference had to undergo and so were unable j
is, then, that there have been no to do much in the last half of the
Mucstions to disturb the calm and game. Nebraska, with its lineup work-
peaceful way of the University this iK in great shape, allowed the back- I
fall. Or else that the student mind ( Held little rest and together with its '
does not can-. Therefore, to test superior team work brought on the j
whether there is no demand for such ' 'downlall of the Aggies.
a column, or whether there is a de- r mal score: Nebraska, is, Ames, a
miinri hut it hus not been Generally i 1 e lineup
$5, 6.50, 7.50, 8.50, 10.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
known that the privilege was to be
had merely for the asking, the offer
is repeated. Any articles signed by ' Mattison
tho writer will be given space, and
the paper will not be respourilble for
I ho Bentiments expressed.
JOINT RECEPTION A SUCCESS
. . . Cameron
Association 8corcs a Big Hit With
Many Students in Attendance.
The Joint reception of the Y. M. and
Y. W. C. A. held In the Temple Music
Hall Saturday evening was a decided
succcbb, nearly three hundred young
people being In attendance and an
enjoyable time is reported. An in
teresting program consisting of a pi
ano solo, a reading by Miss Hally
Workman, short talks by Miss Gra
ham, Miss Drake and Mr. Kwing. was
followed by refreshments which con
sisted of doughnuts and cider. The '
feature of the evening was fortune
telling by a palmist. The success of
the entertainment is due particularly
to the work of Mr. Can, and Miss
by student members. Meeting will
Telephone Yule Jims. Laundrj to call ' h" ra,,,Ml ,n Manic Arts. Room 206.
for your work. 15 27o4
I'hl fb Coffee
Ilrennan qb Towle
Touchdowns: Urennan, Heck (2),
Goal Irom field: Hrennan.
Substitutes: Shalk for Mattison;
Powell for Uhl. Elwell for Beck; Dela
matre for Rutherford; Gelwlck for
Mastin. Beck for Howard. Howard
Officials: "Jinunie" Masker, referee;
Hyl.ind, umpire; Dr. J. A. Riley, head
The Agricultural Engineers will
hold a meeting Thursday evening,
November J. Practical discussions
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 andR Streets
, at seven thirty sharp.
BU DD 1415 STREET
University Y. M. C. A. Cafeteria
Established for the students.
Managed by the Students.
Conducted in the interests of the students.
Serves the largest amount of the best food
arthe least cost.
The Cafeteria in the Temple.
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