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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!!"
TODAY AND FRIDAY
2:30 Twice Daily 3:15
Photoplay Direction of
L. M. CARMAN
"THROUGH THE WALL"
Mat 10c Nights ,15c
Sat Mat and Night Oct 21
LYMAN H. HOWE'S
Mat 35 A 25c Night 50, 35 & 25c
Tuesday Night Oct 24 ,
Counts Club dance Music hall.
Silver Serpent dance Alpha Phi
Phi Kappa Psl dinner dance house.
Delta Chi house dance.
Silver Lynx dance Lincoln.
Lutheran Students Club social Fac
Y. V. C. A. party for freshman girls
Phi Delta Theta dance Rosewilde.
William Long, ex-'17, left yesterday
morning for his home in Buffalo, Wyo.
Voyle Rector, who attended the Uni
versity in 1913, is located at Buffalo,
Phi Delta Theta announces the
pledging of Roy Stalter, '20, of Sa-
William Mills, '18, and Oswald Ren-
nie, '18, are attending the University
and CHAS. KING
A Bit of Musical Comedy
GEORGE W. COOPER and
FRED and EVA MOZART
World's Only Snowshoe Dancers
MIS8 BETTY BOND
Vaudeville As You Like It
DAN P. CASEY
and GEORGIA OLP
Week of Oct 26, Mrs. Langtry
Robert Talbot, '16, spent Sunday in
Algernon Coleman, '16, motored to
Fremont Tuesday evening.
Carlisle Allan of Omaha, spent the
week end at the Delta Tau house.
ON HOUSE RULES
PSWSs y III. M I. .I.I.J
-THE SHIELDING SHADOW"
The Wonderful Serial in 15 Episodes
Featuring GRACE DARMOND, RALPH
KELLARDand LEON BARY
THE MUSICAL ALEXANDERS
Also a Comedy Scenic and
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNES
DAY AND THURSDAY
Also Two Good Comedies
HANS A FRITZ
Wednesday and Thursday
Get your Lunches at the
City Y. M. C. A, Cafeteria Plan
13TH AND P
Let us take care of your gar
ments when they need a thor
ough cleaning or pressing.
Our service is A-l must be
we operate the largest clean
ing plant in Lincoln.
We clean and block hats.
& DYE WORKS
326 S. 11th Lincoln, Neb.
LEO EOUKUP, Mgr.
When You Rent a
rent a good one from the
manufacturers, $8.00 per four
month. Special rates to
L C. Smith & Bro.
' Typewriter Co.
S. Lippman, ex-'17, is attending the
U. S. military academy at West Point.
The wedding of Louise Bedwell, '15,
and Eugene Holland, ex-'13, will take
place in Omaha Saturday. Miss Bed
woll is a member of Kappa Alpha The
ta, Black Masque, Silver Serpent, Mys
tic Fish and Phi Beta Kappa. ' Mr
Holland belongs to Delta Upsilon.
They will live in Lincoln.
Makes the Nobbiest Clothes in Town.
Ask about him.
CHICAGO Y, M, C. A.
BUILDS RIG HOTEL
LOCAL ASSOCIATION HANGS PIC
TURE IN TEMPLE ROOMS
Furnishes Temporary Home to Young
Men at Low Cost of
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5. No girl shall have week night
dates after 10:30 unless at Oliver, thea
ter or Orpheum. (This refers to reg
ular bill and not to motion picture
nights). Girls shall return to house
immediately at the close of the thea
ter performance in this case.
a. No freshman shall have more
than one week night date.
b. Any girl who at any time is re
ported delinquent in any subject shall
forfeit the right to have any week
night date. The dean of women shall
send notice of such delinquency to the
chairman of the house committee.
6. All girls shall report to chaperon
where they are going.
7. There shall be no eating down
town after 10:30 n m
8. There shall be no loitering on
porch when returning from engage
ments. 9. Girls shall come to breakfast ful
10. There shall be no smoking on
11. The house shall be quiet and
study hours shall be observed after 8
p. m. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday
and Thursday evenings, Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday evenings the house
shall be auiet after 10:30 p. m. unless
the chaperon grants an exception to
12. These rules are binding on all
girls residing in the house ana an
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS
GRIDIRON CURRIED BY STUDENTS
University of Washington. Fresh
man students are turning out on Sat
urday mornings to help clear the new
athletic field of rocks and to roll the
new track and level the gridiron.
These freshman turnouts are similar
to the annual spring campus day when
all university classes are suspended
and the students contribute a day to
,i.nlnr ud the debris which has col
lected through the winter -Exchange.
The following new books have just
been received at the loan desk in the
Brown University and Manning. .Guild
Canti Popolairi Serbi E Croat!
Chopin, the Man and His Music...
Commercial Relation of the United
Debates in Convention of California.
Disguise Plots in Elizabethan Drama
Dramatists of the Restoration
Education of a Music Lover
Governor and Judges Records.
Grunddragen of Den Svenska Ver-
History of Continental Criminal Law
Interpretations of Literature
La Defesadi Roma Cesarl
La Grande Bulgaria. . . Manteguzza
La Russia D'Oggi Livchiz
La Turchia Mantegazza
Maori Lore Izett
Memoirs of the Empress Catherine the
Nurses for our Neighbors. .Worcester
Prohibition Movement Andreae
Report of Deep Diving Tests.
Republican Campaign Textbook.
Satellite Cities Taylor
Scotch Irish in America Ford
Slavery in the District of Columbia
Street Land .Davis
Theodore Roosevelt An Autobiogra
phy. The Trade Union Woman Henry
Transactions of Kansas Academy of
Vocation and Moral Guidance. . .Davis
Youth, School and Vocation
A nicture of the newly erected nine
teen-story Y. M. C. A. hotel in Chi
cago has been received by the Univer
sity Y. M. C. A., and hung up in the
association's rooms in the Temple.
The hotel, one of the largest in Chi
cago, was built to afford convenient,
clean, lodging and food to transients
and young men just come to the city
at the lowest possible rates. It was
built by Chicago business men at a
cost of $1,350,000. So well has the eco
nomical and helpful aim been carried
out that rooms come at from 30 to 50
cents a day. Restaurants operated on
the cafeteria plan and lunch counter
are distributed through the hotel. An
employment bureau, the feature of
every Y. M. C. A., is maintained m
connection with a comprehensive vo
19 Stories High
Structurally the building is one of
the best in Chicago. It is nineteen
stories high, with two basements, and
a firenroof throughout. There are
1 821 small bedrooms, steam-heated,
well lighted and ventilated.
The Durpose of the hotel 13 to tur-
nish temporary residence to the self
resDecting young man where, without
membership fee, men may be comiort
ably and economically housed in a
wholesome environment until such
time as they may find employment or
are ready to locate permanently.
(Tfhe peculiar construe
J tion of tfnt'te$
makes it anauthe
year round coat
not too 'warm on
mild days because y
of its lightness and
enough on colder
days because of the
Met us show you $90
these new coats at p V
just passed on the upkeep and im
provement of the University of Kan
sas campus. More than $500 has been
expended in putting in new cement
walks and curbing, and graveling the
various driveways on the campus. One
hundred and twenty-five loads of
gravel have been utilized. Exchange.
Since the founding of the Missouri
school of journalism at the state uni
versity, similar departments have been
opened in 39 American colleges and
universities. Forty-five such depart
ments are found in the United States.
to the university, but not for a Chi
nese student. V. N. Woo, who has
just arrived from China to take up
his studies at Minnesota, was neara
calling himself a fool yesterday be
cause he brought only nine trunks of
clothes with him. "My goodness," he
said, "what shall I wear when I send
my garments to the laundry T b-
William Jewell sophomores succeed
ed in pulling three sacks of wet saw
dust away from the freshmen and into
their own territory in thirty-minutes;
winning the annual class scrap, which
takes the form of a "sawdust pull."
a RPmester credit is being given to
Texas students who are enrolled in a
. ..roo in wireless telegraphy.
L1C W .uui ... "--
STUDENTS PURCHASE DAILY
Publication of the Iowa Daily News
at the State University of Iowa began
with the opening of school this year
under the system of student owner
shio and control.
The Daily Iowan, privately pub
lished for a number of years as the
student paper of the university, was
purchased by the Iowa Daily News at
the close of school early last summer
With the founding of the new student
daily it is expected that the Daily Old
Gold, which ran as opposition to the
Daily Iowan for a time last year, will
not resume publication. Michigan
The senior class at the University of
Iowa has made arrangements to. 6it in
lone section at all football games this
year. The purpose is to have a better
organized cheering and to produce
more "pep." Exchange.
Iowa bowed its head in mourning
last Friday at the death of Dean Wil
cox of the literature school. Exchange.
Th faeultv of Indiana university will
require military training of all male
students. Tre plans of Wabash Col
lege for a similar requirement have
teen delayed by inability to secure tne
services of instructors from the regu
lar army. Exchange.
The College World
CLIP FRESHMEN'8 HAIR
Freshmen at the University of Ari
zona have objected to the humiliation
of having their bair clipped close Dy
the soohomores. In the first skirmish
several sophs lost their superfluous
hair to the freshmen Exchange.
KANSA3 CAMPUS IMPROVED
DURING SUMMER MONTHS
University of Kansas. Almost $1,500
has been spent during the summer
That von cannot always tell by her
.r.Fw.ranre how much Ilillk S COW Will
produce is shown by a, test recently
completed at the college oi agricul
ture by the dairy husbandry department
in thin test, two cows of similar gen
eral appearance and conformation
were fed in the same way, but pro
duced widely different quantities oi
Th first cow produced In one
year only 249 pounds of butter fat
valued at 30 cents a pouna uu iu
sumed $64 15 worth of feed, leaving a
net profit of $10 65 above the cost of
feed. The second cow produced 387
J,-!,t nf butter fat and consumed
$66.50 worth of feed, making the profit
from her year $4960. in omer rU,
.V- .rf row Dald her owner five
times as much for his labor In caring
Swedish Gym Slippers $1-75
BECKIVJAN BROS., 1107 0
for her as did the first cow. Yet the
cows were similar in appearance, and
probably would have been rated as of
equal value In a herd where the owner
does not test Consequently, the only
accurate way to determine what a
cow is doing is to weigh and test the
milk of each individual in the hard.
New rushing rules Just passed at
Pennsylvania provide that no enter
tainment. Introduction, or visit to any
freshman's room can be made before
the fourth Monday In the second term
at 12:30 o'clock.
It further provides that no fraternity
may visit at any freshman's room be
fore he has become pledged to that
organization, and that fifteen minutes
is the limit for talking with any fresh
man. Pretty fair ruling, that Exchange
ORIENT IS NO PLACE FOR
MAN OF MODEST WANTS
Nine trunks of clothes Is more than
the average American student would
care to bring with him when he comes
i: ... : - . .
V - A
Students' opportunity for ten great attractions at small cost
Y. M. C. A. Entertainment
Season tickets $1.00 for the ten numbers. Reservation $1.00, $1.50
and $2.00 extra for the season. Get your tickets now and reserve
them Thursday evening, October 19th.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1916
MERLE ALCOCK, Contralto, and BECHTOL ALCOCK, Tenor
From New York Symphony Orchestra.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1916
CARL STECKLEBERG, Violinist, and SIDNEY SILBER, Pianist
Two Local Artists Internationally Known.
FRANK A PETERSON
Class '05, Law '10
Democratic Candidate for
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1916
THE MELTING POT, By Israel Zangwill.
"The Well Known Play," A Keynote to Americanism.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1916
DR RUSSEL H. CONWELL. of Philadelphia, Lecturer.
Subject: "ACRES OF DIAMONDS."
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1916
HOMER B. HULBERT, Diplomat. Traveler, Public Speaker.
Subject: "The Oriental Chess Board."
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916
PROF. MONTRAVILLE M. WOOD, Scientist '
Assisted by bis Daughter, Allene Wood. Demonstration Lecture on
Gyroscope. Monerail Car, Ultra Violet Ray.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1917
THE MUSICAL GUARDSMEN
A Singing Chorus and a Real Orchestra.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1917
NOAH BEILHARZ. Entertainer, Impersonator, and Monologlst.
"The Hoosier School Master."
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1917
EX-SENATOR ELMER J. BURKETT. Lecturer.
Subject: "The New Woman and the Young Men."
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1917
THE CATHEDRAL CHCIR Return Date.
Thurlow Lieurance, Leader. An evening of Oratorios, Anthems
and Favorite Hymns.