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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
3 Satig Nebraakan
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
M. V. REED
Managing Editor TKennoth M. Bnydor
Associates Editor . .. .Fred N. WoIIb
Associate Editor Clarence T. Spier
Fred L. Babcock . AthletlcB
Ethel Arnold .. - Women
Ruth SquircR, Hortense Kaurmon, Rob
ert Holland, Louis Homo, Glen
EvertB, Clara Hodds, Win, F.
Noble, R. V. Koupal, L. II.
Evans, Max Raehr, Rob
Act. Hub. Mngr. Frank S. Perkins
Circulation Manager J. C. Beard
Subscription prlco 2 00 per year,
payable In advanoe.
Single Copies, B cents each
Entered at the poBtotllco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as second class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March
Friday, January IP, 191-1
CHURCH AND UNIVERSITY.
Sunday has been set aside by everv
church In the city hh Universlt Day
largely thru the efforts of student
pastors, the church services will be
devoted particularly to students Out
of town students, accustomed to the
associations of the home church, ilnd
it dlMlcult to maintain their interest
among strangers OtherB may fail to
distinguish between the religious and
the intellectual Each has Its own
appeal The church (alls to ou next
places ns usual, but the were but a
Kpt Inkling beside the numbers of stu
dents, and professors This is ns the
musical committee would have It, and
if the Interest continues there will be
nothing too good for the university
l-'urtherinoie. it is advisable, that
-indents go regularly to these sym
phony conceits especially. They will
lollow in order, taking up the masters'
(hronologicalh. and each bearing a
nlation to the final concert In the
BEN GREET PLAYERS COMING
Famous Troupe of Actors to Give Out
Door Performance on Coun
try Club Grounds.
rrnngemcnts have just been made
In the Counti Club tor a series of
p.n air pi-rlormani es to be given
ii the Spring by the Ren Greet Wood
.uiil pl.ixers. This is the famous or
im.ntlon wliiili has apeared on the
t.i.npus of eery college and univer
sity in this country, on the grounds
i,I the White House, and most of
t c e( hisive country i lubs.
Tins is the "number one" company
ot twenty eight people and Ren Greet
himself, who appears at every per
formance. There is no entertainment
which combines so many delightful
features as that of an open air per
formance. Incidental music is ren
tiered by a string quartet and b
choruses of male voices. The plays
have not been selected as yet but as
Ren Greet and his company have a
large repertoire it Is probable that
the townspeople and students may
hae a voice in the choosing of the
Yesterda inoining there was a rec
ord attendance at comocation, in ap
preciation ot the splendid musical
program which was offered. It has
often been said that university stu
dents have not a proper degree of ap
preciation for things musical and ar
tistic. In man cases this has been
based on the truth, but fortunately
this theory was disproved by the at
tendance and the interest illsplaed
yesterday A number of the citizens
of tho city, appreciating the musical
treats which are in store at the
Thursday convocations, were in their
THE NEW CIVIL ENGINEERING
PINS AND BUTTONS
arc here and all spoken for. Leave
your name AT ONCE for next ship
ment. We maki clas?, society and
fraternity pins of all kinds
EST. 1871 1143 0 ST.
The interclass debate committees, to
get her with the fa( ult members of
the interclass debating board, will
meet this afternoon at 5 p. m in
IT 1015. H. Agar, Ch. Senior Com.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, natter, and
Ropairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Applications for election to the po
sitlon 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 ot the current ear
will he retelved at the ofllce of the
secretary of the student publication
boaid, basement Administration build
ing, until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, Jan
uai 23, 15)14.
Applications to be made on form
which will be furnished by the secre
taiy A full statement of your qualifi
cations for the position for which you
apply should accompany your applica
tion T A. Williams, Secretary.
TAN, BUTTON AND LACE
DOUBLE WELT SOLE
BUDD 1415 0 St.
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 llthandRSts.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH
A Free Religious Society
CORNER H AND 12th
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister
This is a religious society with the University
ideal, "the search after truth."
It has no creed or dogma to defend.
It seeks to develop the reverent attitude toward
life and the sprit of service among men.
Problems of life are discussed frankly 'and
freely in the light of modern knowledge.
Service, 10:45 a. m.
"FREEDOM A CGNTINUAL ACHIEVEMENT"
Students' Liberal Religious Union, 12:15
Mr. Weatherly. "Can the College Man and Woman be Religious?"
YOU ARE INVITED
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