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THE DAILY NERRASKAN
WED., THURS., FRI., SAT.
' ' CONCENTRATION"
Music, Science and Mirth
MISSES SHAW & CAMPBELL
NELSON & CRONIN
CHALLEN & KEKE
DAVIS & CHADWICK
JACK TRAINOR & CO.
In Jack Lait's "HELP"
TOPICS OF DAY
MATS. 25c and 50c
EVE. 50c to $1.25
Commercial Club To
Meet tonight in Temple
The University Commercial Club
will meet Friday, October 22, at 7:30
p. in., in the Y. M. C. A. reading room
of the Temple building. New mem
bers of the organization will be
initiated at this time.
It is urged that all members of the
club attend this meeting and that all
initiates be at the Temple promptly
at 7:30. A program has been planned
for the evening following the initiation.
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p: Thomas Meighan
In His Xn Fi-monnt Firtar
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Vmmimr KaJr Maids
PAT UK PW "TOriCS OF THE
DAT- riTHE TRAVEL
RIM.TO mrHOXT ORCHKSTRA
(.HOWI IT1BT AT 1. S. 5. 7,
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EIGHT LUNATIC CHINKS
Ft" IW A CHINESE LArXDRT"
jKklI MilKR AND WII.I.IAM
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Am4 Um "SWArPIXG XCBTLR
Tb rm Dramatic Senmttoa
"LOVE. HONOR AND OBEY"
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Is an excellent feature containing
both humor and pathos. A series of
interwoven laughs and cry 8 which
recall to each of us some by-gone
experience. It reminds us of "Heart
Strings" in which William Farnuni
stars like the music each laughter is
full of tears.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16.
Delta Chi Banquet
Delta Chi held Its eleventh annual
Homecoming; banquet. .The following
alumni were present: John Priest,
'13, C. Teterson, '13, E. L. Powell, '11,
E. S. Schiefelben, '13, Ray lliggins,
ir, L. L. Dunn, '18, Frank Hixen
baugh, '17, Harold Landeiyon, '17
Lewis Westwood, '05, R. R. Hastings
15, O. D. Clark, '10, R. M. Tibbits,
'08, R. W. Devoe, '13, M. E. Wade,
16, Robert Armstrong, '13, J. C. Mul
len, "12, C. A. Sorenson, '13, F. W
Carpenter, '21, E. L. Randall, 16, E.
V. Chappell, '16, F. H. Johnson, '17,
W. E. Aldrich, '16, J. E. Curtiss, '13,
Edward Farley, '12, C. B. Neal, '16,
and G. R. Mann, '15.
CHARLOTTE ADAMS GIVES
ADDRESS AT Y. W. VESPERS
Unreality in Religious Language
Theme of Message to Girls By
New York Worker.
"Civilian Clothes" Artcraft
Do clothes make the man? They
seem to do that when the war hero
returns to his wife in brilliant checks.
Was she in love with the uniform
or the man? Sam knows.
"Love, Honor and Obey."
"Love, Honor and Obey," which is
being shown at the Liberty the first
part of this week, is a n.ther sensa
tional sort of a picture. Wilda Ben
nett plays the role of a woman for
whom a man she loves divorces his
wife. But began the divorce is
granted, she marries another man.
The story of their "trials and tribula
tions" makes material for an interest
ing picture. Of the several vaude
ville acts, Dilly Dallies, a clever song
and dance act, is perhaps the best.
Aggie Football Team
To Play Methodists
The State Aggie football team will
meet the University Place high school
football team Friday afternoon in a
game to be played on the University
This is the only football game to
be played in Lincoln or suburbs this
Friday. Lincoln high goes to Hast
ings for a game, Wesleyan meets
Morningside at Sioux City and Corner
goes to Grand Island to play Grand
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The Courage of '
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pwtaa rrton find hla
HfH ADDED FEATTRK
in "A Prohibition Monkey"
An Educated, Happy Monkey
Drink Our Egg Malted Milk
Thef are a full meal.
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TAILOKS OF QUALITY
Cleaafne md Remodeling; for
Ldies and Gents.
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Chancellor and Party
Guests in Washington
Alpha Delta Pi Luncheon.
The alumnae of Alpha Delta l'i
entertained the active chapter at a
luncheon Saturday noon in the Lin
coln Hotel. Eighteen guests were
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17.
Alpha Delta Pi.
Alpha Delta Pi gave a tea tor the
chapter mothers at the sorority
house. A program was given by
Marie Movius, Mida Vesta Summers
and Marguerite Holloway. About
thirty-five called during the afternoon.
Mrs. L. E. Atwood of Beaver City
and Mrs. Jessie Coppom of Holbrook
were out-of-town guests.
Chancellor Avery. Mrs. Avery and
Regent Landis will be entertained by
the U. of N. Alumni Club at Washing
ton, D. C, during the visit of the
Chancellor at Washington during the
latter part of this month.
Chancellor Avery will go to Wash
ington after the meeting of the land
grant colleges association, of which
he is president The party also plans
on attending a celebration at Amherst
before returning from th east.
To Conduct Schools
Chicago 41 Wabash 0.
Chicago, Oct 16. Chicago had an
easy time -with Wabash today, win
ning 41 to 0. The Maroons used 2tf
players and apparently were able to
score at wilL ' Wabash played a fast
game, but -was outweighed and out
classed and never got th ball past
Chicago 40-yard lire.
The league of women voters have
asked the extension division of the
state university to organize and con
duct schools of citizenship for women
of the state. A two-day school will
be conducted In various Nebraska
towns where the women have organ
ized where regular university lec
tures will be delivered periodically
and a course of instruction followed
through under the supervision of com
The course will be brought thor
oughly down to date, taking up every
phase of modern political thought and
problems of the present day.
Miss Clarissa Delano, of the Depart
ment of Political Science, will be field
organizer for the leagues scnoois
throughout Nebraska and will assist
in the instruction. Other members of
the faculty and local speakers will be
used In the two-day schools. Au
thorities on political science, history,
philosophy and education, will be
sent out by the university to address
the women's gatherings and that
members of these groups will become
the most well Informed women of
their communities upon political and
social questions of the day, Is the
hope of the league of women voters
who are sponsoring the movement
Michigan Aggiet 0 Mic'.:!jan 25.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 16. The
defense or the Michigan aggies which
held Michigan's football team to one
touchdown In the flrsLhalf of today's
game, crumbled In the last half and
the Wolverines smashed the fanner
line for 35 to 0 victcory. The Ave
touchdowns resulted from straight
footbaJL " j
Assistant Coach Paul Schissler is
ill in t. Lincoln hospital suffering from
poisoning caused from an infection
Paul Gibbon, '24, and Lester Doyd,
'22, who spent the week-end at their
homes in Dunbar, have returned to
Gwen Meyerhoff. '23, spent the pasi
week-end at her home in Conv'ng,
Josephine Ganson of Alliance, who
s-pent the week-end as a guest at the
Kappa Alpha Theea house, has re
turned to her home.
J. A. McCartney, '21, spent Friday
and Saturdey in Ashland.
Ruthe Begley, '21, spent the week
end in Springfield.
Earl Borcherding, 20, of Dunbar
spent several days last week as a
guest at the Farm ouse.
Marian Norris Nelson, 'IS, who
spent the week-end at the Alpha Phi
house, has returned to her home in
Dorothy Merriam, of Omaha, who
attended the Homecoming festivities
was a guest at the Alpha Omicorn
Erhlyne Druse, '20, and Leo Sher
burne, ex-'22, both of Cambridge, who
were visitors at the Alpha Delta Pi
house last wek-end have returned to
Frank Johnson, '09, of Fremont, a
former foot-ball star, attended the
Notre Dame-Nebraska game on Sat
Harold Gerhart, '20, of Newman
GGrove, was a guest at the Alpha
Tau Omega house last Friday and
dredge, spent several days last week
at the Chi Omega house.
Ted Bogue, ex-'21, of North Platte
was a week-end visitor at the Phi
Gamma Delta house.
Irene Doty and Lillian Houser, who
were guests at the Alpha Delta Pi
house, on Friday and Saturday have
returned to their homes at Columbus
Loah Howard and Florence Jenks
'20, of Omaha spent the week-end at
the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
Harlan Cattin, '21, and Fay D
Clark, '22, have again registered in
Stewart S. Rocke, '22, who is in
the Reserve Naval Aviator Corps at
the Great Lakes, has been summoned
Captain Robert WT. Nix, jr., Infan
try. reported Monday October 18, for
duty with the military department at
the university. Captain Nix has been
on duty with the Twenty-first Infantry
at Camp Beorge Wright, Wash. Cap
ttin and Mrs. Nix are locating In
Professor E. P. Wilson of the Chad
ron State Normal called yesterday
upon his nephews William Young, '22,
and Julius Young. '22. He was ir
Lincoln for the Constitutional Con
vention which closed ft work yester
Dr. E. B. JtusselL who taught In
the Political Science Department of
the TJniveralty Iet year. 1 now pro
fessor of American History In the
Stat Uniertlty of Ohio at Colnmbna.
Dr. Rnseell has written friends In
Lincola' that b l enjoylnfr bfo work.
"The penalty of failure to rethink
the living God in terms of the living
conception of today, is unreality in
religious language and anemia in re
ligious living," was the quotation on
which Miss Charlotte Adams of New
York City, based her lecture given
at Y. W. C. A. Vespers last evening.
"Unreality of religious language
means absolute death to Christian
feeling if persisted in," Miss Adams
stated, "and there are many people
in the world who are so anemic re
ligiously that they haven't life blood
enough to carry them through. The
way in which we think about God
determines the way in which we
think of many other things, the way
in which we look on the world. The
real acid test of religion, however, is
how we think of God.
"When your religion becomes a sys
tem, it has ceased to be real, and it
was Jesus Christ who took our re
ligion out of the system into which
it had fallen, and changed our think
ing of God. We have come back to
His simple true teachings, where we
call God, Father and where power is
an inexhaustible resource of char
acter. Think of God as personal, of
His taking personal responsibility for
"One of the questions which often
arises is why does God allow men
to fall, catastrophes to come, why is
it that people who have lived ap
parently good lives, must suffer? Be
hind this question there is a personal
relation, a desire for redemption from
suffering. God does not prevent
disaster from touching any of us,
hut he does see us through. Remove
from your thinking the idea that God
has so ordered life that anyone can
be protected from things that other
people are subjected to.
"God's is a redeeming fatherhood,
and forgiveness is the heart of all
redeeming. You never can break a
relationship when one side is un
broken, and since God has an un
broken fatherhood, you can never
entirely break youj relation with God.
Forgiveness is costly, it calls for pain
and suffering, but there's redemption
there, to offset the other.
"The question now comes of how
we are going to come into a knowl
edge of God which is not unreal in
language and anemic in living? The
only way for that is to go into Jesus'
conception of the relationship of God.
A Christ-like God is a part of our
every day, a God who will meet us,
forgive us and redeem us all through
Miss Adams, who is head of the
department of Religious Education at
the National Training School of the
Y. W. C. A. in New York, will be
here today and tomorrow as a guest
of the University women. She will
give lectures on both days at 11 and
5 o'clock, at Ellen Smith Hall.
Elects New Officers
The Cadet Officers Association
elected officers for the coming year
at a recent meeting. Those chosen
by the organization were as follows:
"President Arden Godwin.
Vice-President Joe Ryons.
Secretary-Treasurer Chauncey Lar
son. The association has petitioned
"Scabbard and Blade" to install a
chapter of that society at the Univer
sity of Nebraska. "Seaboard and
Blade" is a national organization
established for those taking military
training in universities and colleges
throughout the Unted States. Mem
bership would be placed upon an
honorary basis if a chapter is founded
at Nebraska, according to Arden
Godwin, newly elected president of
Hear Dr. Holmes, 10:30, Sunday.
LOST A Sigma Nu sister pin some
where between the Law building
and the Alpha Phi house or between
the latter and the city Y. M. C. A.
Finder please return to Student
Activities office. It
PARTY who found brown Martin fur
leave at Student Activities office
or call B64S6 Rewarl. 2t
FOR RENT Modern rooms In private
borne. Inqolr Afternoons, S21 So.
11th Si. 2t
Have you heard
Friday, October 29
Southern Rag-a-Jazz Band
will play for the following parties in the
Lincoln Hotel ballroom:
Nov. 54 Kappa Kappa Gamma
Oct. 22 Sigma Chi
Oct. 23 Sigma Nu
Oct. 29 Bushnell Guild
Oct. 30 Subscription
Nov. 5 Kappa Kappa Gamma
Nov. 6 Phi Delta Theta
Exactly four dates left this semester.
Who Wants 'Em?
BERT L. REED, Mgr.
B2193 1141 H St.
Don't Fail to Attend
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