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T II E DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Published every day except Saturday and Sunday during tho col
lege year. Subscription, per semester, J1.25.
Frank Patty Editor-in-Chief
N. Story Harding Managing Edfto.
Dorcthy Barkley Associate Editor
Leonard Cowley ;. News Eciito.
Jack Austin .' News Editor
Gregg McBride . Acting News Editor
Herbert Brownell Acting News Editor
Jessie Watson Society ELtoi
Orvim Gaston , Sports Ed I to.
Lois M. Hartman. Dramatic Eclitoi
Oswald Black Art EdUoi
Fred L. Bosking . Business Managei
Jesse Patty .Assistant Business Manage.
Jame3 F. Flddock Circulation Manager
News Editor for this Issue
Every knock's a boost the adage goes, but the University or
Nebraska Is not cut after that kind of advertising.
Why not see how much you can do in a day rather than seeing
how you can "put in the day."
Again take heart and cheer up. "Anything" says the fashion
page "that looks quaint and old-fashioned will be in style." So you
see you will not have any trouble at all about getting by with your
last winter's clothes.
GOAL SET AT 5,000.
Students, buy your football season tickets today and then go to
the Student Activities office and offer your services as solicitors in
this week's football campaign.
The Athletic Department has set the goal at 5,000 tickets. And
it is up to every lcyal Husker to be on the job Instilling pep and
ginger into the campaign and never letting up until the standard has
Each Nebraskan saves seven dollars when he purchases a season
ticket, besides receiving the best seats in the grandstand. The men
and women will each have their separate sections as has been the
custom at Nebraska for a number of years.
Every Cornhusker would like to see (he band accompany the foot
ball team on their eastern pilgrimage. They should go and each and
every one of us can do our bit towards accomplishing this end by
pushing the campaign over the goal to a great victory.
DEATH KNELL SOUNDED.
High school fraternities have written their last chapter at Ne
braska, as far as University fraternities are concerned. Last spring
the Inter-Fraternity Council decided to enforce the state law which
prohibits the pledging of high school frat men to University fra
ternities. And this fall the University Greeks have refused to pledge
a single man, unless the secret organization to which he belongs has
surrendered their charter. Each pledge also agreed to do all in his
power to see that his high school fraternity was not reorganized.
O. J. Fee, Gene Holland and Professor Scott, as chairman of the
Inter-Fraternity Council, have carried on an extensive investigation
of all the new pledges and have traced down practically every secret
high school organization in the state. Eight Lincoln high school fra
ternities have surrendered their charters together with their complete
list of membership. The above named committee has given their
word of honor to the University authorities that this year's pledges
have relinquished their previous fraternity affiliations. If it is found
later that some of these men have not come through clean, It will be
the duty of the Council to not only break the individual's pledge, but
also to penalize the University frat to which he has been connected.
The stand taken by the Inter Fraternity Council clearly shows
that any student initiated into high school fraternities from now on
will be forever ostracized from the University fraternities of Nebraska.
PATRONIZE "RAG" ADVERTISERS.
Did you ever stop to think that the merchants who advertise In
the Daily Nebraskan are the men that are Interested In student
activities and make it possible for the Dally Nebraskan to be sold
within the reach of every student. These merchants arc equipped
to meet the needs of NeSraska students. They carry reliable goods
of the newest styles and specialize in student trade. Their loyalty
to the University and to student enterprises merits the trade of all
Nebraska student. The ads of u. city stores makes your buying
easy and satisfactory. We call special attention to the show window
of the Daily Nebraskan before you buy.
The general election of the
four class presidents will be
held Tuesday, October 5. Each
cand.date must file h,s name
with the Registrar not later
than five p. ni. c.i Friday prior
to the day cf election.
Meeting of Pre-Medlcs Society
Thursday, September 30, In General
Lecture Room, Bessey Hall, at five
o'clock. Pre-Medlcs of both classes
On and after this date all excuses
for absences in the Military Dtpi.n
ment will be made In writing to the
Adjutant, Department of Military
Science and Tactics. Each statement
given will be considered as having
been made on honor. Satisfactory
explanation will tend to excuse ab
sences and reduce the number of
demerits. Verbal excuses will not re
By order of:
COLONEL G. W. MOSES.
Cor.greg.itijnal Church Supper.
An oyster supper will be served
by the Betty Alden girls at Plymouth
'Congregational church, 17th and A
streets, Tuesday, September 28, at
six-thirty p. m. Price, fifty cents.
Home made pumpkin pie. Everybody
Students may still register for the
University Orchestra under Directoi
Ouick. The Orchestra meets on
Tuesdays and Thursdays at seven
thirty p. m. In the Art Gallery.
Lake Geneva Vespers at Ellen
Smith Hall, Ave o'clock, Tuesday.
W. A. A. Meeting.
General Women's Athletic Associa
tion meeting for members will be held
Wednesday evening at seven o'clock
In Ellen Smith Hall.
Mystic Fish will ' meet at five
o'clock, Tuesday, at Ellen Smith Hall.
All "Big Sisters" who have tickets
out for the "Big and Little Sister"
breakfast Saturday morning, please
turn them In to Faye Curry at once.
Vikings will meet Tuesday, seven
hirty, at the Acacia hourc, 1325 K
There will be a meeting of the Pre
Medic Society, Thursday, September
30, at five olock. Pre-Medlcs of both
classes should be present.
Iron Sphinx will meet Tuesday
nigh, September 28, seven-thirty, at
the Sigma Nu house.
Green Goblins. .
Green Goblins will meet seven-
thirty Thursday night, September 30,
Alpha Sigma Phi house.
All "Big Sisters" call at Woman ,
Hall at once and get addresses of
"Little Sisters" and get In touch with
them as soon as possible.
Professor Grumman's class In Ora
tory 55 meeting Tuesdays and Thurs
days In the Faculty room of the
Temple will recite at two p. m. here
after, instead of one o'clock.
The member who took Cunliffe's
"Writing of Today" from the desk at
the meeting of the class Tuesday Is
requested to return it promptly to
M. M. FOGG.
Gymnasium lockers will be as
signed daily at G 206 from 11 to 12
m. and 4 to 5 p. m. beginning
Wednesday, September 22. Locker
fee 60c per semester. All occupied
lockers not regularly assigned will
have locks cut and clothing removed
after Friday, September 24.
It. G. CLAPP.
More men are needed for Dr.
Clapp's. Beginner's class in Fencing,
Tuesday and Thursday at eleven
Cross country every day from four
to six. One hour credit given fo
regular attendance. Applicants should
apply to Mr. McMaster at the gym.
from four to six. Cross country de-'
velops distance men. See McMaster.
Isn't it amusing to
Imagine the Joys that
Await the young innocent
Who asked another of his
Kind at the Chancellor's
Reception the other night
If Dean Engberg was there
And did not even smile
When the other told him
That he had heard the name
Somewhere but he really
Didn't know whether he was
There or not Ain't nature grand?
Tire say we
' - Stratford suit before the mirror,
don't look better in it than in
t. : have ever worn.
k r.t the cuit itself inside and out!
the inner construction with that of
c you arc wearing or with any other
e if you know of any make of clothes
n show such an "inside" as Stratford.
such exquisite quality of detail throughout.
M ike this test this exairiination and com'
par 'son and you will know what make of
clodies gives you the most for your money.
COHN, R1SSMAN V CO., CHICAGO
SOME SPECIAL FEATURES OF STRATFORD CLOTHES: SACKS ARE
WITHOUT LININGS. NO LININGS TO WEAR OUT. NONE TO SAG
AND BULGE AND TWIST THE COAT OUT OF SHAPE. INSIDE TRIM
IS THE FABRIC OF THE COAT ITSELF. WITH SEAMS SATIN-PIPED.
TROUSERS POCKETS DOUBLE REINFORCED. CROTCH EXTRA
STRENGTHENED WITH CLOTH. DOUBLE WEAR AND LIFE FOR
THE TROUSERS, WHICH MEANS DOUBLE UFE FOR THE SUIT.
We invite you to view the new Stratford Styles which we are now snowing