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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1920)
DRAMATIC CUSS TO
PRESENT FIVE SKITS
Plan of Inviting Public
NEW CORNHUSKER STAFF
(Contlnue-I From IXco On)
of the athletic section or the book.
Each athletic captain will lake care
of gathering the material for his sec
Mon ol the book and neklns will take
Keneu.1 charge of the whole section.
llurks Ilarley. '21. who edited the
military section of the 1920 Corn
husker. will bo editor of the section
again this year. He will be assisted
In this work by Leonard Cowley.
The other students who will work on
the editorial staff are nil well fitted
for their places.
Art Staff Announced.
Three student artists and cartoon
ists will take care of that part of the
book. Or. Black. Russell King and j
William McCorkle have all done con-,
stderable cartooning and art work on j
the Cornhusker and the Awgwan be
Ray Stryker. Richard Kimball and
Ruih Cidel will act as assistant busi
ness managers to Hugh Carson, busi
ness manager. Joe Ryons. Richard
Reese ami lee Huff will be assistant
advertising managers. Th complete
staff as announced by Editor Jack
l.andale and Business Manager Hugh
Senior Managing Editor
Clarence Ross - -
Junior Managing Editor ;
Melvln Bekins- Athletic Editor , M ron,e
William nay. iukks naney. nn Wjlkg
C.ibbs -. .. .. Ain.ec.cs A Matrimonja vture
Burks Harley. Leonard Cowley .... j Ernestine Shay.er
Military;.. . .. .
,,. ., , Aiauu rues ..uza toscer;
Gayle Grubb. Helen ahl. Helen j Mjs8 R Amabel Gobson !
Howe, Blaine Grab.ll. Gregg Mc- y .
nru:e ciuut-m uir
Five clever little skits will be pre
sented by the advanced class in dra
matics in the Temple theater nest
Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5. This
same class presented several little
one-act plays about two weeks ago
and the plan of invtling the public
proved so popular and aroused so
much Interest in the work of the de
partment that the invitation is again
extended to all who care to come.
The plays and casts are as follows:
The Best Man.
i Ford Harry Blomstran
' Bradley Herbert Yenne
: Margaret Marlenne Gould
j Marion Nell Freer
The Peace Manoeuver.
Henry Mildred Gollehon
Bush Bessie Gift
I key Lillian Votau
: Polly Mary Johnson
The Bridal Trip.
I Ford Wallace Waite
Mrs. Ford Helen Harrington
; Pericles Dudley Harold Sumption
Mrs. Green Rachel Whitfield !
Feed the Brute.
... Ruth Rystrom
TIIE DAILY NEBItASKAN
Show Slight Increase
4,411 Enrolled this Year as Against
4,245 Up to November 15 Last
Year, Statistics Show.
Statistics of the registration in the
University this term up to October 18
show that nearly twice as many men
as women are enrolled and that more
students have registered now than
regestired last fall up to November
15. The total registration this fall la
4,411; up to November 15 last fall it
was 4,245. The registration since the
beginning of the term last June is
almost 10 per cent greater than the
registration from June to November
15. 1919. One thousand ninety-four
were enrolled during the summer
session of 1920; 762 during the sum
mer session of 1919.
The College of Arts and Sciences
with an enrollment approximately the
same as last year leads the other
colleges by a large number. . Its
enrollment is 2,021. It Is followed by
the College of Business Administra
tion, which has an enrollment of 66S.
and the College of Engineering with
an enrollment of 514.
ADDRESS TO FRESHMEN
President of Board Tells First-Year
Class Students Responsibility
The statistics follow:
Arts and Sciences.
The Hon. E. P. Brown, president
of the Board of Regents, addressed
the first-year students at the Fresh
man lecture class yesterday morning
on the subject of "The Students
Responsibility to the State." Mr.
Brown will repeat his lecture berore
the Thursday afternoon Freshman
Mr. Brown compared the Univer
sity with a three-partnered enter
prise, the three partners being the
state, which furnishes to the capital,
the place in which to work and the
supervisors or foremen; the teaching
and administrative stafT and the stu
dent body. He said: "The business
can't succeed in this enterprise un
less each partner puts all in it Is
possible for it to give. If the state
fails In its duty the students can t
get and can't give all they should,
and. if the students fall down on
their part, the state will be unable
to carry on its part."
have no idea how much your telling
your friends, In different parts or
the state, about the best sides of the
college here is going to help the
Board of Regents, in securing addi
tional appropriations for building, and
all the students should make it an
uncomfortable place here Tor any stu
dent who gives the college a black
-I hope that the studeuts can al
ways keep this University one ot
the really Important, essential in
stitutlons of the state and that they
by so demeaning themselves here,'
can let it be known that it takes
brains to go through here, that no
man or woman can get his diploma
from the University of- Nebraska on
the 'get rich quick' plan," Mr. Brown
said in conclusion.
Uniforms Being Issued
To R. O. T. C. Cadets
Charles Gillilan. Albert MacGregor.
Nora Livingston Colleges
; Ann Grace Staton ! lsl year....
1 2nd year..
Marjorie Barstow Girls' Athletics 34 Chinese Students 4th year..
Storv Harding, Dorothy Barkley, ; T . tfT. , f I 1 1 Special
Ward Randall. Einer Nielsen Honor Fourthof July pPtaI -
Student Activities ', i
Thirtv-four Chinese studer's at the
of Wisconsin celebrated I
Jessie Watson. Ben Lake, Mary
their native "Fourth of July" last ! 181 ST
William McCorkle ! week- commemorating the 1. nth anni- j
Kay Stryker. Ruth Cadel. Richard
Kimball Asst. Business Managers "
Joe Ryons. Lee Huff. Richard ,
Reese. ...Asst. Advertising Managers
VARSITY SPILLS RUTGERS PLAYS
versary of the birth of the Chinese ;
" republic Oriental programs and cele-! Je
brat ions were carried out. j Special ...
Among the members of ne Wiscon-j
sin Chinese students cii:d. under 1
I whose management the Celebration 1
j took place, are L. H. Muiler Kung.
i who is a direct decendant :.i the 77th
generation of Confucious, famous
1 r 1. : , 1 r r j
Y. C. Shoa. who was priva;e secretary
(Continued lrora Page One) j to Sun Wen. the first president of
STATE COLLEGE. Fa.. Oct. 27 China.
With but one day more of practice
ren:a:n:r:g before leaving for Phila
delphia, where they will tackle the
University cf Pennsylvania on Satur
day, the Penn State eleven is almost :
re.-iiiy for the rruellir.? battie. The
Lera-on Valley game las; Saturday
was an easy one. so that Coacti
P.ezdek was aMe to spend most of
last week in preparing for Hie game
with the Red and Blue.
The team will leave here Thursday
and following the practice tomorrow,
a htsre student mass HPelin; will be
he'd to speed the team on its way.
Interest in the game fca : ached a
fever heat and almost half of the
student boiy will rr;::V:e the 226-mile
journey 1a rh:'ai'ph:a t" s.-- jv-rante-.
Masy of the student? expect
There were only twenty-three
Chinese students in the Ch.nese Stu
dents' club last year, and two years
ago there were but nine. Of the
thirty-four attt-ndine the University
this year about fifteen have come
directly frcni Chinese insti.utioas and
the others are
fror-t othfv American
a erf a:
10 "h.'ke" to the
nr:t- g-sard will
& ! 1 fcs.nl of ff-y
;(-r .:ii tra-- on i :
jsale ef lirtf-t? to
r.ll pr'Y.'rr,!? ir-cc:
w, H fv.-r the 2""'
e and t
!:"( v. ill
:..y. The a;
' - mv' :" i
in F rt
The ro by
show a decided ir;r.ise next
accordine to A. E. Anierson.
.M.-;.-.i:a. 1- :
the- alfalfa grfiw'n?
is V'- n c-r.tr.petJt'-n
r.r.i this fate fr f.
."j-h t:.- i .i 1 r .-. "
arid B'uii:n. Nt bra
'.t.' .5 th' .r acr ;
T. ? :
i. ;-.-.(- :
n d to
1 I 7:
1 lii" and ','- -l -von . in
r.d sl.r '.,J b- a: its best
:: :.. ! . v I;-, .;r n ..- i -,-.--
the "ne rj:'-n t. ho "'' :r.-
i aroi;r.i ::iK'-.
sT.:r-.j an. 2 l'i'
!y s'itt ih'- fsi.'je
tt 1. ft i:ard.
There is a spirit ef cjt:: : nfi-fenee
ar: r '.1 s'a'e pl--je-:s h.rA a j-"f-r
r.lr.r-'.en to win that bo,l s ill fr-r
I-c-r.-jsyU zz'ji. Bjt C.-eh V..--il,y, U
toi unde r-e-stimatir.g the -fersth of
the Quakers and he Iwiks for one rf
the hardest gam'-s of the yeai.
rzdek has be-' n grroir.irs Charlie
V."ay. the ieerless open-'ld runner,
for this game, and the wizard 140-I-o-jnd
halfback is expected to dazzle
the penn team w:-h his spee-3.
Tenn State is taking plenty of stt-f'itc-e
ma'erial aleng for the game,
because Eezdek awnts to save his
men as much as possible for the
game with Nebraska at State College
on the following Saturday.
!h- i'mr. jn
.. 1 Th-
v -v.: w-'ii"hr 3 as Cjven
a chan'-e- 11 be -ori;e st:cr and Mr.
.'.rut-: sen saj- unlrs th-- winter is
extremely severe the fa'l plar.te,
alfalla has a p'ed ehanc- 10 survive.
I'nless the ctc-j is darr.ar.-d by V.sii
winds it -Bill be in fit sit-j-e when
sprint comes. Mr. Anderson says.
Hear Dr. Ho:mt at the F.rst
Ccrgregat onal church, L and 12th
tiretts, Sunday morning at 10:33.
TICKET CONTEST IN FULL BLAST
LEGION VAUDEVILLE A SUCCESS
(Continued fre.m Pare One)
Co.'s windows until the end of the j 3rd year..
, ccnttst. The . five winning contest- j 'h ye-ar
anU will be allowed to leet the i Spe-cial ....
i lamps in their turn. When eighteen j
; hundred- tickets have been sold, the
'contestant selling the greatest nurn- j
j ber of tickets will receive two bun- j 1st year
dred and fifty dollar in cash; the;-ni year
contestant selling the tee.-ond highest j 3rd year
5n amount will receive one hundred : '-h year
fifty dollars in cash and the third
The American Legion band had a
ptoreineat iart on the program. Pro
fessor H. Alice Howell of tie Dra
matic department, directed the fet
tiTL The prfiU riH b deserted to
the maintenance of the Legion club
rn-n rnnT,c "i vii1 Cjiiieiinii i sanest contestant w.u receive one
2J. and Herbe-t Terne it,t -are-l ! hundred dollars in cah-
In an amusing fare? called "The Hizh ! The felling of eighteen hundred Repeats 21
Cost of Living." Isabell PearsalL ' tickets wiil insure that tae Lrivers;ty
"22. gave several "jigging and danc- j Players will be able to present better
productions than was possible on
previous occasions. The season j
tickets for the six performances to j Do yoa like
be girer by the Players, are being jdris? Let us
offered In this contest at three dol- ones. The
lars. Single admission tickets will
be sTrnt j fl ve cfttita.
Expense of University.
Mr. Brown pointed out the enor
mous expense the people of the state
must meet to run such an institution
as the state university, and empha
sized the Important part the student
body has in showing the people that
I their money used for this purpose is
! spent to the very best advantage
I possible. "Advertise your school in
S1 "the right way," was the advice given
,.- to the students by the speaker. "You
The work of issuing unilorms to
the cadets is progressing readily thiJ
week, t'p to 5 o'clock Tuesday eveu
ing five hundred suits had been Itsuod
to the cadets. Lieutenant Muithy If
supervising the work of outfitting the
men. Leonard Cowley, eadrt lieu:
enant, and regimental quartermabte.
is assisting in the work. The men Ir,
charge of the store room are Ser
geants Lewis, Fairbrighl, Jones, Prat
ley, and Sullivan. They expect to
have twelve hundred uinforms issued
to the men by next week. The men
in charge of the work are very wc!"
pleased with the manner in which
hiiigs are progressing. The students
are responding to the call rapidly
and the men expect to compleie the
work eaiiv next week.
AG COLLEGE MAGAZINE
IN FIRST APPEARANCE
Thirty-two Pacje Monthly Now B
"louiuuitu on Fa
The first number of this v
"Agriculture" is being distribute
the State Farm. ,t ls a
page magazine published monthly 2
the members of the Agricultural ch?
Most of the contributors to the tmK
llcation are members of the tJZ
and students. Prof. F. e. m y
contributed an artictle to this 25!
on "How to Select Good uZ!
Prof. L. Van Es wrote on "The Esse
tlals of Blackleg Prevention - Th?
article comes at a time when tin,
disease is prevalent.
The University Serum Plant case
which was tried In the courts this"
summer, is described. The court
gave the University the right to km
serum, but the plaintiff has appealed
to the supreme court. The Iorae
Economics department is tepresented
in an article by Sarah T. Mmr on
"The Homemaker's Duty aa a CU1
Personnel of Staff.
The member of the taS are
Harold Hedges, editor-in-chief; Hattie
Herperly. Home Economics ' editor
Lee A Yochum. associate editor, and
Itay L Yates, associate editor. E. A
Frerichs Is business manager; J. a.
Fouls and L. E. Hammang are assist
ant business managers and Martin
Krueger is circulation nin.iR'r. The
publication has a circulation of about
S00. The subscription price Is Ji a
j 1st year.... 114 116 2
2n.I year.. 33 1 2
!3rd year.. 40 7S
, !4th year.. 12 39
! i Special ... 13 3
! 212 1 23S 2
! 1st year . . 23 7 23 4
'2nd year.. 11 5 2i 4
"3rd year.. 2 17 2
s4th year. 7 5
(Special 2 2
i 1st year 2 6o
2nd year.. 3 54 5 loS
;3rd year.. 4 $1 9 lit
V.h year.. 2 53 12 VJ
! Special .... 1 14 11
l' 2S2 2 412
' 1st year . f. 5 " :.l
Cn! year 2 32 1 3a
'3rd year. 1 15 2 it.
y.ar 3 10 1
S;..-cil .... 1 11 1
12 166 1" 121
Business Administrat or!.
l.-t year.... 272 47 2Sf J'".
Inl y-:-.r.. 4 II V.'. 17
3rd year. 53 3
I 4-h year . 15 2 12 2
pperiul .... 32 l' 2i 5
4", 73 :j
1st yerir ... CI 54
2nd year . 2'. 2
3 d year. 2
4:h year. 12 Vj
?;..-e;..l . . 1
Graduate t'.i 31 6S 43
TORYOUMG MEM AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
the college man who
lias a pet clothing stor
yon our bet
Brogne Oxfords wear
get them at The Bootery.
well if you
You have the riht iJca. Next
to having a banker that trusts
you, there is r.o Letter business
than buying your thirds from
a merchant who is worthy of
all your confidence.
If you haven't a pet clothing
store, look up the one where
Society Brand Clothes are sold.
In the first place, it's a selected
store. We were attracted by the
merchant and he was attracted
by the style, quality, and integ
rity of our clothes.
like attracts like. That is a
Go to that store end ask to look
at his Society Brand Clothes.
TV" oti nt' vntl -'' the St
. .... j .-i
vr.M T:-.- vb:.-h Will SUrcivwi
in a matter of minute?.
Ihen remember this. Men
are not disappointed in
Society Brand Suits. They give
a very peculiar and interesting
It is the satisfaction that comes
from knowing even before you
walk into the store that you are
going to get something you will
always be glad you bought.
WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING THE MARKET.
LOOK FOR THE LA DHL AS YOUR GLIDE
ALFRED DECKER & COliN. iUkcn fOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. UmiJ. f Cnl
Chicago New York Montreal
O where ilorifty Brand (ElotheS are sold
Mayer Bros. Co.
ELI SHIRE, President
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