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The Daily Nebraskan
IiiMtli..t Mondny, Tuomlav, Weilnenlny.
Ihin-Bday nml fc'ri.lnv of ouch wwli ly
I liivemity f Nebraska.
OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY 1MRUCATION
riKlt-r lh direction uf The Student Pub
t'ntmvd na second clan matter at the. coat
office )n Lincoln Nebraska, under Act
of OougrcH March &, 1879.
Subscription rat..; $i50 per year
Kindle cu)' 5 cent
FRANK D. PATTY lC.litor-in-chiif
TWnyhoi. Baoil Room M "i;" Hall
FKKl) U BOSK1NG Hiisinea M:nnjrcr
Telethon Siuduut Activiius Oilleu
X. STOKY 11ARD1XQ, Managing Editor
Sw Kditr for this iaana
1 HE UNIVERSAL AND THE
In order to present Vm various
political issues faiily aud ironerl li
the student voters, im it at ions have
been extended to the party candidate .
to speak at convocations. Yes tenia)
such a speech was made ai a spooa
convocation and the woetuily smr.i
audience of lifiy persons ane.uk..
What is the matter villi the sit;. lea
This is an unusual oppoi amity fo.
the girls to obtain the luck; an
foundations of party questions so iha
they vill be able 1o cast i',nir vote
iiuolliecnllv on election day. No l."i'..
versify girl is going to vo'.e .iny pari;,
ticket this year simply Ik. cause he
father or friends are adlod there, an,,
political instruction should be iie.H'.ia:
But convocations in general have
not been appreciated this year in the
(rue Nebraska way. Instead of t.n
old plan of weekly ones. tlic are to
be called now for special occasions.
So when they are scheduled, it is
certain that no matter what the pur
pose, they will be wholly voriii while.
Nebraska University life is not me -c
ly a round of classes, library sessions.
parties and amusements. Try to I
make it a point to take in some of j
the extras. Someone has gone to a j
lot of trouble to give you these extras ;
in ihe form of musical concerts, illus- j
trated lectures, interesting travelogues
and other educational features.
Why not search out the unusual j
and not placidly accept the ordinary I
in your University life? j
THE SEASON TICKET SALES.
Today starts the sorority season
ticket selling contest which will ulti
mately result in Ave sororities ac
quiring parlor lamps, three cash
piisos and assure the University
Players of a successful season finan
cially. This ticket sale will last until
lie eighteen hundred season tickets
which are on hand are sold cut. The
tickets, which sell at ?3 each, will
admit the bearer to each of the six
,urfoi trances at the Temple theatei
this winter. The University Players
predict a most successful year and
believe that the Temple will be the
headliner in play houses of Lincoln
during the winter months. Each of
the six plays will be given three
times. Thursday evening', Eriday eve
ning and Saturday evening of the
week during which each play is pre
sented. There may be a teal of si
hundred reservations for each 'night
of tach performance.
The University Players are stu
dents. Their work is essentially im
portant to the University. The sup
pirt which they get is necessarily de
rived from students at the lTn er
r-ity. The tickets will be rn sale
iii'il ti e entire let is sold. There
fi.-e, it is important that each stu
dent get out his or her pocket hoc';
:;rd g'-t a ticket while ihe last.
This 'is not only to back the players
ptro their pri.ductions will b" el' such
a character that they will be a hen"
f t 'o all who are able to see thci.
T- , seals wi'l he sold out far in
advance of each performance and
Xi Delta meeting will be held at
7 p. m. Thursday in Ellen Smith hall.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will meet at
":30 p. m. Thursday in the Museum.
Alpha Kappa Psl.
Alpha Kappa Psi will meet at the
Acacia house, 7:30, Thursday evening.
All members are urged to be present.
Important matters will be discussed
Phi Delta Phi.
Thi Delta Phi will meet at the
Tleta Theta Pi fraternity house Thurs
day evening at 6 o'clock. Tables will
be set for thirty-five persons.
Commercial Club To
Hear Advertising Man
W. O. liempke, Advertising man
ager for Mayer Hrothes, will address
the University of Nebraska Com
mevcial Club Thursday morning nt
eleven o'clock in Social Science 302
on Advertising." This is the -thlnl
of a series of addresses arranged
by the publicity committee of the
The meeting is open to members ol
the Commercial Club and students
in the College of lhi.;:nern Adm'n
Isirntion. Af er the meeting final
plans will be made for the Com
mercial Club Hop to be held Frid;
night, November 12.h in the Lincoln j
Commercial Club ball room.
Why o1 ou Try
The De Luxe Silk Wash Shop; your work
done the better way by hand. All kinds
;pted; altering .s.
233 No. 12th
1 Phone L4546
r n i ii i i it ii. iL-n -
By Ima Cuckoo. 6
What, will rum
who wish to play rale wiil get
tickets at the opening of ihe
. Get back of the thing and par.'-.
t. Don't be a piker and let sonu o.v
else support University activities
The student who is back of every hi".
l'n;eri!y movement is an asset to
the school of which he is a studcrv
hut the iran who lays the work '
supporting movements on 'ho sitor.l
dors of the other fellow is a liability
and a nuisance.
So get to work. Encourage oHic -by
your example to make litis sale i
success and rut he quick work of e
The attitude that "it is a good thins'
to have student plays is all rir.h'
that a.itiiudv is backe-1 by moral,
phvs teal and financial support. The--
three essential points are nocc---sa."
for without one the others are !
to he of little consequence. "Ii s'ror,;,
!) the movement, Tie active in thr
linvi'Ttrnt and put your dollars be
hind the movement.
Blue Print Out.
A. A. E. members and
secure vour Dlue Print at
S; at ion A
Students from Peru Normal.
All students from Peru are re
quested to meet Eriday afternoon at
2:30 on the WesTeyan football hold.
Pern plays Wesleyan at that timet -aw
and a large delegation is coining with j burn?"
the team, lie there to get acquainted! We, her Law student: "Of cours'
with them, and toll all Peruvians you don't you get all lit up on it'."'
Law STEW dent.
Poc STEW art.
Eory time that man Ireid to eat.
my yes, 1 dropped then. (Must ha
!. p, lor busy piokir.-; them up. n'c
Siprs .hat mean nnihing:
A Skin Yet: Love to Touch.
The E'avor La sis.
There's a Reason.
Signs that mean e e; ytleng :
Clean Dttncing in this Dance E:i
Every Night Except ?1( nday.
Signs of winter:
Co-eds Stop TJol'iirg Their Own.
Legion Membership Drive.
All men who are members of ti e
American Legion of their lie-,te towns,
tire eligible to nembers e!p in !u
University of Nebraska Post No. A
The payment cf ?2 to oovr- the 1!'-!
('ion is the on'v necessa. -y ere lenttal
Men who have net received theii
Lesion weekly will please leave their
r.atees and addresses v.'ii.'i the ad
.iut.int at Legion headq'iar! ,vs in the
Temple. They will then receive their
magazines in "double quick" time.
THE CIRLS ARE COMING
.e t.iris Imve ooi:;e to the resev"-.
rivais do v. he n the xvrsio:i
THE "OLD GRAD" SPIRIT.
After hearing some alumni nacn j
for Homecoming giving reminiscences j
of their college days at Nebraska, we
wondered if too often students of
today do not realize or appreciate I
i.icir college life until they are gradu-;
aicd. Then one has recoll'-eiions of ;
the good eld times together at Ne-1
braska memories whit. tend to ie--Iresn
the mind and keep the spirit.
yeuth.'ul. That, spirit is predominate .
especially in the old "grails' win n
they come back to see the I tuskers ;
trounce a rival team er the black- I
gowned p recession in Jun?. They ar. :
filled with an enthusiasm and loyal!; j
for the old school that bi in.'.s admira '
tion from the younger students. J
Eur. why wait until graduation to I
get the feeling? Why not develop i
here in the underclasses a Im e t- r
Ni'braska traditions, buildings and j
ideals that will radiate every day the!
same glow that Homeeomm
brings aiong with the alumni V
This :!:ne ih'- h.ne ro.-.poinh d
. '; .::t . vi r a .i ;.l mire-.-. For ww
the ;ne!:die:s of 1'nion bop-d h;.ve be
i.; Inv i i hit u'.on a p'an where'
mere ca-c.-is will tiin ou' fo .he :.
l. ire -:. S i la:' i L : s y. ;.
; -en w ); u prrp.ond' rauce
.1 ,he.--e t-fi'airs. Kv.-;-y,.r.e
.tteiided the mixers knows.
t ) hi In
Net regular meeting of the Eni
versity of Nehraslca Post is to ho
held Wednesday, November 5. IPL'O.
in the Legion's club room in the
Temple. All Legion men are invited
This no-ice appeared in a smr.I'
town Kansas newspaper: ".lo;"
r.revn was invited to join two t rr
to come and receive the dope on ihe j ternilies. However, he only .io::v.
"v eterans of Foreign Sc-vic-" orcani j one!"
MILES V GLOVEi:. ARTHUR G. WR AY ADDHtbbts
The Lutheran club will r
evening, October Cr. S p.
AM calhiy. f-eeer'd flour in
Library buihling. A spec 'a I
Jovo'en prcg:aiii vill be g.M-ii.
Lutheran students are invited
STUDENTS AT CONVOCATION
eet Friday i did
rn. in ' t'ie i tlet
ei eh V
These planning to attend he chorus
party Wednesday. October "7, must
f ;-g TO cents w ith them to rehearsal
-.id . -i. ;
im i ;i Utah..
;l of ilti
: .. -taut
di the moi
ei-t:e s the S. G. A
k ; i:h !': n in; r : it:
d ,. H.jve. ai l:-hrop toui -Mi..-
ih- ;;sso( i. ;i."t : : :
roeeeds ; l.-u' m';:e i
th - fai t that an efiort w
l o brine out 1 he cn-eds.
; 1 e. ,i:T it 1 1 o of some tv.vn
ri : .ci! I.-,.- a
eiF to ):'';
ihell, )ci:nt. I.
ti t ii; nee rd' ' c:
This move i
-e ls ton If
to he h
j Kcmcrisky IVIrctir.g Changed.
H. O. T. C. Uniforms.
i '.'! riilltary n'on-rr-or: in the base
!:..;:! of N braska Hal! will he open
fr.r 'ho issue of uniforms during the
i .'edowjiig hours :
i h. n:.. 2 p. m. to ! :"( t
j Tee: -day. (Cuher 2f,
t "i! :f!0 a. in.. 1 p. tu. to 4 :
j Wednesday, October -
I a. rn., p. ni. to - : :,n i
m. to 11
will he Id') i
th.rri :'-. e
INDIVIDUAL VS. ORGANIZATION.
ii-.. Ihe 7.
h.'.t the aff.d.
,.': I be-such a success, tin t Ihe oo e.k
will get ti'.e h.'.l.i; of turning out. Wr
i:cei! them. ---Daily Cardinal.
!i a. m.
"0 p. m.
U a. in
('. Wray, indepondent ;.:
governor, spoke at coneo
-day at 11 o'clock. Hi.
s on general wehare an
Vd to b . a supplement '
; civen last n:.sln a; k1
:i ml d u: luin.
. V'ray said he thour.ht thr
should lie better treatment :
yeur.e er:!i:in:tls; that Hie law ik-a-li i
not as itr.porttint as the child. Ii
also believes that there is a wa-t-of
Id'e in faetorles :ind that !h"i p.-:
ei it of 'h'-o accidents could be pre
vented by i s'abiisbing new indust; I..'
I: w-. ih ho; i r to remedy the sp"ea "
ri id.-c.-ee by the establishment i"
iage law i-. t he spread o.
. classes, iday grouivir
;.y nursing and clln:c
in to iti'.-ert :t:ii o t :.
line a'T'l eto'ldng c:; :
No University student
airora j Dramatic Club to
not to be a menber of some organi
zation. It is rash for any person to
attempt individually to compete with
organ izat ions. i ne in-...-..-.!... ,
gani.akon has long been rerognlzefl j
in industry and politics outside of;
school. It has become a fact in the ;
I'niversity. It is time for students to ;
recognize iL :
In ihe small school individual j
democracy is feasible, but in the large j
school where it is impossible for ai
student to be acquainted with the '
inai.-rlty of his fellow-students school
rokvikos can De can.cn .u .-i...
Through organizations. The studenl
who complains of the unfairness of
i.h-w to eomnete with organizations
is wastine his breath. Ti" k'dng for;
him to do is "to get info" some;
organization, fraternity. !i e:a:y so j
ciety, pvofesslonal society, religious i
organization, departmental club or!
town club. There is no student who;
cannot be a member of at least one ;
of these organizations. It is true '
that some bind their members in
closer fellowship than others, but it;
is within the rower of the members ;
to de'ermine the character of the ,
Toin some organization. Then
-boost" it and it win
Names of those successful in 1h
fe; Hi-die Club t.y-ont:- of iwo weeks
: n will b announced by the depart
m. !;t wiihir. a ve:y si tort time. Til'
!'. ' has born withheld beca,!' c he
Judges were uncer ain about ihe eli
gibility of ft veral who tried out.
;- ,-. ::d try-outs frr these i.eepte sr
in t.e Icdrl in a f w day.",, ab.i.-iui-h
r.:, dePidte d tr. has yet bet n s t
i After this :eond lry-o.it nanu s of all
ihe.s" elected .;o mi toberi hip in tin
I Dr;::n;.t:c Club Will be rlvni oul.
i 'Peiween twenty-five and thirty stu
jd-n's hiive t.livady be -n h-cU."
j m -id Heibert Vtnne, "but we wk,h tc
I wait until w can jiuldirh ihe cnt in
.ffc t,nu:se Pound will '-peak Eri-
i day. October 29. in Omaha at the
' Duchesne College and Con-rent of the
; Sacred TLart on "Shelby, Pyron and
Keats." M;ss Pound goes to Omahf
aft one of the lecturers on English
literature. American history and
French literature courses fire being
conducted by Nebraska University
professors at ihe Duchesne College
each Friday under the auspices of the
Tin;: -'V, Octeb, r IIS- a. m.
li:"'i a. Hi.. 1 p. in. to Tr.T.Q p. m. I
Friday, October 2!t--S a. m. to 11:" 0 j
a. m.. 1 p. m. to .":"() . m.
Saturday, re Iter '.' -S a. ni. to j
11 :"0 a. m. j
Vy order of Colonel Moses.
WILLIAM G. MHRPilV, j
2nd Lieut. Inf. i
Acting Quartermaster. I
in Freak Weather
CHICAGO.- Tr ek we;..:!.ct condi
tions pt'evtd'ed in the vi si today,
t.eeoi'iliiig to dispatches r.-.-i ived herf
Strawberries, clu-rry tre s. hr.ncy
sucl !o vines, pi ar trees and lilacs
'. ere r ported in full Moon in Illinois
and Missouri while a sn rv Nirzai i
sweeping wi-stirn Co!ora..o, has
pa::.lyzed train triiffic.
At Alton. Lh. one side ol an apple
trie bore' frill i last week while the
r tin r side w as bare.
S. C. L. Ferguson of Sk Louis, re
ports vi lei i.r.d lilacs c.rvrliig ir.
his back yard.
A crop cf strawberries is expected
by E. McOj.bc of S'c r'.inc. Oi.'ier
reprirts told of chcrty and j ear trees
Weather Fo-era!er ITen-r-,- C(' de
clares it is due to the unuMial Ions:
warn weather throughout the west.
"This summer has been the loners'
in recotd." said Gov "It has br-en
an excellent one for fruit growing
The weather was mild throughout
with an exception for sev- n or eight
davs. when it was very' wain.."
ie Ticonle. 1- .r.a v : v. a a:
o (i.:e for hc a red worki rs tl.roii :'
'i vei ument pi uri. rs. In a word. Mr
V ,!: feeis that it Is time k lord: p
weKare of others.
KR'te'SX'X'5?'K: IK 'SXBl! 'K 'K '!: 'k :: r
Clock, Jewelry and
rKtrartc! rntritni.: i uu iwwitz
a... uct nvinnred. The bert r
The best P-i-r'Ce chooirning an ample fore,: J7
tion is em.iiii' ' fort able quarters; guaranteed oou:s,.c.
oi-ide iiirtriieiers, i e ..... ,
:in(1 .denuate, requirCmentS.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES.
Beaut. ful new catalog free.
NFPRASKA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ted berioan Association of
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We Wonder Whv-
sd many people buy their
clothes on "boohs only,"
forgetting the import
ance of honest values in
fabric and workmanship.
Men ought to learn more
about fabrics, lining, thread,
buttons and sewing. They
iv..' :i.l to looiv more carefully at these
Vimi when they're "buying clothes.
It they dori know and think they
haven't time to learn, they ought to
1 0 (h''v-. '' ..vvva in selecting the
n-01 -' v.l.o re.s their trade. Ova
u.M-iAi-are iVet.nentlv remarkin;T-
'ou can give sa'
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23 Years at 1123 "0"
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