The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 11, 1913, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
2 latlg Nbrafikan
Proporty of
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Lincoln.
M. V. REED
Editor-in-Chief
Managing Editor
AModato Editor
Afifioclato Editor
Kennoth M. Snyder
.. ..Fred N. WellB
Clarence T. Spier
REPORTORIAL 8TAFF.
Fred L. Babcock Athletics
Ethel Arnold Women
Ruth Squires, Hortense Kaufman, Rob
ert Holland, Glen Everts, Clara
Dodds, Wr. F. Noble, R.
V. Koupal, Max Baehr,
Roswell Weeks.
Act. Huh. Mngr Frnnk S. Perkins
Circulation Manager J C. Heard
Subscription" price $2 00 per year,
payable In advance
Single Copies, B centB each
IOWA TEAM LEAVES
FOR HAWKEYE CAMP
Kirk, Sorenson and Perrln Off to Iowa
City for Debate Fri
day Night.
Entered at the postotflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under the Act of Congress of March
I. 1879.
Thursday, Decembci 11, 11) III
THE MID-WEST QUARTERLY.
From l he editorial in the New York
Kenlng Post and In the Nation of
November 10, 1!U
The University of Nebraska,
thiongli a publishing house of this
cit lias prut issued the llrst nuinbei
o! the Mid West Quarteily, a niaga
?ine interesting In itself and even
nioie inteiesting as a sign of the
times
"No doubt the ai tides might be
c. illt (I acaibmie bv those who have
Income accustomed even to the bettei
of our commeicial maga.ines, but thev
ate addieswed liniikh, we may sup,
pose, to the smaller public, and they
are a ademic m the good sense of the
word thoughtful discussions of the
deeper problems ot the dav as seen
fioin the angle where literature and
education and lite meet and cross one
another.
"This Quarteily will be taken by
some as a confirmation of the common
opinion that the brain- of the country
are draining tiom our Eastern to our
Western institutions Put this is an
other, and ver tangled, stoiv Mean
while congratulations to the Mid West,
and wishes that It mav flourish The
present issue is all the woik ol Lin
coin, but the prospectus indicates that
articles are welcome from anv cpr.utM
ev ell 1 1 our the East
Constitution of Chemical Society.
The constitution committee consist
tng of ti. Lewis, Ceraldine Kanlf
man and Ralph Hattv met vesteidav
to frame the constitution of the new
Students' Chemical Societv
The Nebrnska-Iovva debating team
left Lincoln last evening at 5 30 for
Omaha They continued their Jour
nev from (here this morning at 6 a.
m . arriving in Iowa City at S p. m
Every man on the team feels that he
is fullv piepared to put up a supreme
fight for the laurels of the contest.
The tickets for the Nebraska-Minnesota
debate are selling within the
expectations of the committee At
least an average representation of the
student body will be present There
will be an appreciable delegation from
Wc-Icv.in. seveial debate enthusiasts
fioin Havelock high school, and three
auto loads of students from Miltord
who have repoited the ir intentions of
atten Mng the foiensic argument It
is authentic allv announced that the
band will furnish music at appropriate
times dm ing the evening
H. L. HEINZMAN AT TEMPLE
Former Kansas Football Player Will i
Address Y. M. C. A. Members To
Nighton "Student Essentials."
Tonight Mi II L 1 lein.eman, a foi
iner Kansas football plnver and now
student secietaiv ol the international
committee ol the Young Men's Chi is
Han ssociation, will give an address
in the I'niv ersit v Temple on the sub
jeet ot "Student Essentials "
Mi llememan is a prominent Y M
(' m in and Ins work in connection
with the local associations will keep
him in the city for several days
This evening at 7 o'clock you have
this oppoi tunit.v to hear a talk well
woith while, not onlv be there your--elt
but hi ing the other fellow along
ROUTINE WORK FOR CADETS.
The work in the militarv department
has taken on a new form for the tin
initiated The work consists of the
oietual instinct ion and exercises from
Putt's Manual This routine will con
tinue until the spiing vacation The
woik has started oft well and it has
bee n made into an interesting schedule
so that the men will feel as if some
good is being deiived from the the
oietlcal instruction
Theie has been some talk of a camp
next siuing and as the men are inter
ested in this, it is possible that a camp
will be held This will be officially an
nouncc d it any deci-ion to this eflect
is made.
Mr.-. Charlotte It. Cole, teacher elo
cution, diamatic art, coaching plavs
a specialtv. 1,742.").
Loeb's Orchestra, L-9896 or B-1392
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, natter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th
The UNIVERSITY DRAMATIC CLUB
PRESENTS
"The Servant in the House'
Temple Theatre, Saturday, December 13. Curtain 8:15
Cast Includes
OTTO SINKIE ROCKIE AMMERMAN
CLOUD STEWART CLARA WILSON
MARION PREECE LOUIS HORNE
C. NEIL BROWN
All Seats Thirty-five Cents; Reservation Temple, Thursday and Friday,
11:00 to 12:30
When You Think of Gifts
Think of
Mark Cross
Anything and everything thafs
trimmed in leather, made of leather
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or looks like leather. Made in Eng
land and made right
For Men For Ladies
For the Household
Armstrong Clothing Co.
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
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
at the least cost.
The Cafeteria in the Temple.
GIFTS-- FOR -GIFTS
EVERYBODY
AT
The Uni Book Store
340 N. 11th Street
ki O rvj -iHHI
jVbtch
COLLAR
A Graceful Ilttfh Band Notch Collar.
2 (or 25 cents
Cluctt, Pcabodr A Co., Inc. Maker
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