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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1914)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
Managing Editor ...Kenneth M. Snyder
Associate Editor Fred N. Wells
Associate Editor Clarence T. Spier
Fred L. Hancock - Athletics
Ethel Arnold ..Women
Ruth Squires, HortenSe Kaufman, Rob
ert Holland, Louis Home, Glen
Everts, Clara Dodds, Win. F.
Noble. R. V. Koupal, L. H.
Evans, Max Haehr, Ros
Act. Bus. Mngr. . Frank S. Perkins
Circulation Manager J. C. Board
Subucrfptlon prfco $2.00 per year,
payable In advance.
Single Copies,- 5 cents each
Sintered at the postolllce at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second class mail mattei,
under the Act of Congress of March
Thursday, January If), 1914
THE MID-WINTER QUARTERLY
MAKES SECOND APPEARANCE
Articles From Other Universities In
the Edition Is Making Successful
Advance in New Field.
GRIDIRON MEN WILL TURN IN
DISDAINED "N" SWEATERS
Will Be Returned to Manufacturer as
Not Pp to Standard Grade
The football sweaters, to which ho
mix h objection has been raised, are
to be leturned Captain elect Towle
said estenla that all the men had
agre d that such "duds'" were simply
impossible, and that the would re
luse to ac( ept them. Accordingly they
are turning them in to .lack Best, and
as soon as nil have been collected,
tey will be shipped back to the manu
fact in er
The (ompany which made the sweat
ers guaranteed their quality Tliev
co-t the unheisity $lli apiece, whole
sale Th lootball men are of the
unaiirroii opinion that the could bin
better ones (low n town lor $! apiece,
retail. The, bill b.is not et been paid,
and toi that reason Towle is confident
that the compain will take hack the
MiMiiliM" and replace them with some
tliinu woitln ot beinu worn by the
Cdl llllllslu'l s
Miss Margaret Keiier, senior gra '
uate oi the phsial ciiiture depai I
nienl, has accepted a call to take
cluirne ol the mrN' i: mnaium class
of Beatiice 'I lie class meets ,it 7 hi
The set oud issue of the Mid-West
QuarlerU lias been published and is
now on sale at the Lincoln Book store
and Miller A: l'aine's. Seven inter
cstinn and insi nu ti e artitles make
up the contents ol this number, as
1. German Romanticism
by Prolossor Frye
'1. Savage Spiritualism
by Professor Webster.
;. Legislation by the courts. . . .
by )t an Hastings of the Law
College of the I'niversity of
4.- Formal Logic and Logical....
by Mr. E. M. Guthrie, a mem
ber of the faculty of the Unl-
versify of Pennsylvania.
5. Mystery of Pain
by Robert Johnston, an
Episcopal Rector also of Pen-
6. A Study in Contemporary Bal-
by Professor H. M. Belden of
the University of Missouri.
7. Reventia Puero
by. Professor Buck.
The Mid-West Quarterly is a Ne
braska publication, edited and publish
ed by faculty members of the Unlver-
verslty of Nebraska.
Since Its first appearance some three
months ago, many favorable and
commendable letters have been re
ceived. Favorable comments have al
so been made In the critical columns
of well know newspapers and mag
azines of the country. This Is Indeed
encouraging as this Is practically the
only publication of this kind in the
Report of law hop, I lecember X, p.il.!
Receipts Z IK kets at $ 1 . VI . as
sc-sini-iil on holdeis of eomplimcu
tai ti kets, .$;! mi, total, $!." Xn. E
pendit uies. Temple hall, $7, music,
SIS, pinning, $ 'l ."." , dooi keeper,
?l."iU, refreshments. Si",?."); total,
$l.")Mi A. I-' Keith. Chairman Aud
m d January 1 I. l'.H I. C B Tucker
Prof. F. W. Upson, University Farm,
would like to consult with all junioi
and senior students who wish to reg
ister for organic chemistry Kl.'l at
the University Farm the serond se
inesteni. This course will be repeated
the first semester of 15)14, and is of
fered as a three-hour course during
the second semester to those agri
cultural students who have not been
able to register for organic chem
istry at the t-it campus.
Several Cadets Draw Commissions.
At the end of this semester many
men will have completed their three
years ot drill thereby becoming eligi
ble for a commission. As there are
several commissions vacant It Is likely
that they will be filled at this time.
This will be done through the usual
channel, that of application for the
J. E. Grimson has been appointed to
succeed R. Westover on the junior
prom committee. Cloyd Stewart.
Junior prom tickets may be obtained
of the committee, consisting of R
Swift, R. Westover, D. D. Mapes and
W. H. Bauman. Tickets shall be
obtained at once as they will be
taken off sale several days before
Applications for election to the po
sition of editor-in-chief, managing edi
tor, two associate editors, business
manager and assistant business man
ager of The Daily Nebraskan for the
second (semester of the current year
will be received ut the olllco of the
secretary of the student publication
board, basement Administration build
ing, until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, Jan
nary 23, 15)14.
Applications to be made on form
which will be furnished by the secre
tary. A full statement of your qualill
catlons for the position for which you
apply should accompany your applica
tion T. A. Williams, Secretary.
THE "I WILL" MAN SAYS:
$35 and $32.50
$30, $27.50 & $25
$22.50 and $20
$18 and $16.50
$15 and $12.50
He's doing a lot of things that will
University School of Music
Third Regular Term Begins Feb. 2.
Ask for full information now
Willard Kimball, Director
Phone B-1392 11th and R Sts.
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
LOST MESH hand bag containing
watch, money and keys. Bag and
watch engraved. Finder return to
Artistic dance programs and menub
for particular people. George Bros..
Printers, 1313 N street
L. C. Smith & Bros.
125 North 13th, Lincoln, Neb.
The L. C. Smith & Bros. Type
writer is invaluable to college stu
dents who want a record of their
college work after graduation.
We give special attention to the
needs of students. We have type
writers to rent, as well as to sell.
A few rebuilt machines at a bargain.
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