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Sunday, April M. 1H22.
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Tlieta Sigma Phi takes mis op- ;
portunity, in its third annual edi- !
tion of the Daily Nebraskan, to ex- ;
tend greetings to the I'nivcrsity of j
Nebraska and wish everyone sue- j
cess for the coming year. "With the ,
exception of a couple of articles fea- ,
luring our own organization we
have endeavored to make this issue
cosinonolitan giving due emphasis
to the various events
life. For the publication
sue the regular members
itorial staff of the Daily
who are not members of
Sigma Phi took a holiday
of this is
of the cd-
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of Theta Sigma
HERE'S THE REAL STUFF
The harsh criticism of the Uni
versity that uninformed persons
sometimes make declaring it does
not produce the "real stuff" will
meet a strong refutation in the Kos
met Klub production Monday after
noon and evening. This production
is a tribute to tho work done by
the university in the various arts.
The play was writtten by a Nebras
ka graduate and the music was
composed largely by Nebraska men.
The work done by the Kosmet Klub
since it was organized in 191 1 repre
sent a serious effort in the field of
art, an effort that deserves the sup
port of the University.
HOW IT GROWS!
How it grows! It is not age alone
that causes the growth of the feel
ing of oneness in a university, the
feeling that binds the students to
gether and brings alumni back to
see old friends, tn wander along
their favorite paths on the campus
and fondly recall their college days.
The story of "how it has grown"
in the last year and a half is de
lineated by definite events that
stand out clearly befor
dents. Among the things that
been most fertile in creating
vrsiiy spirit we might naier
Cornhusker sot g book, the
wood Eddy meetings, the increased
emphasis placed on college days and
int' r-eoilege rivalry, inter-college
athletic events, including the Great
er Inter-College Meet, and the move
nient that is abroad to raise $00,
0''0 to build a stadium.
If we may venture to prophesy,
the culmination wi
he reached the
first week of June when the
tern that are dearest in the
nf every Cornhusker will be packed
into ne ',eek and loyal Cornhuskers
of many years back will gather here.
Then the University spirit of our
dreams will be an achievement.
Another national rraternity is be
ing installed at (lie University of Ne
braska today. Zeta Beta Tau, na
tional Jewish social fraternity, is es
tablishing its Alpha Theta chapter
here. Every year brings the installa
tion of at least one fraternity or so
rority on the. Cornhusker campus. It
is something of an innovation for Zeta
Beta Tau to enter Nebraska, it being
the only Jewish fraternity represent
ed on the campus. Incidentally, Alpha
Theta chapter will be the second of
the fraternity in the Missorui Valley,
the other being at Missouri.
Every new rational Greek fraternity
established at Nebraska is a forward
step and especially is this true of or
ganizations of the strength and char
acter of Zeta Beta Tau.
Welcome to our campus, Zeta Beta
' Tau' Here's to your success!
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation makes ua
think of the Kappa Beta Phi attempt
which has run riot in Eastern schools
Entn'.nco to this group is given only
to men expelled from school there
i'oio its national disfavor. The inter
fraternity conference is taking des
porute measures to eradicate this ells
honorable organization from Anicrl
can campus life.
To bo or not to be is the question
which confronts tho Seniors who got
delinquency announcements yesterday
What do you know about it? The
Ouoen nf Mav Is tn be crowned on
June 1st this year, Progression-
A freshmen is to be, a sophomore
is, the junior will be and tho Senior
was what? Oh, we don't know.
of students in school
of girls in schocl, L'000
of girls who wear flapper
brown and tan Oxfords.
with bobbed hair, 1000.
who are thinking about
bobbing their hair,
..umber of men
rave about the Joy
in school who
of tlie convivial
Number who never
too a drink,
Number of men who have prom
, ised to teach their girls to play
: Number who really intend to, 20
of girls who say they re
of girls who are, 3.
of girls who say they're
j afraid of the dark, 2000.
j Number of girls wearing peri
I winkles, 1400.
I Number of girls who look well in
i them, .",17.
Sneaking of songs to the Morn-
j ing Sun, we believe that tho most
i common in every house is, "I know
ft my towel there last night,
now it's gone!" or "Whose
alarm was that that went off at
The Daily Nebraskan offers a
prize to the girl who can exhibit
a dorine which site has been able
to keep long enough to use up the
powder in it. To our knowledge
this has never happened, due to the
Important "N" Men.
There will be a very important
meeting of the "N" club Sunday
afternoon, April 30, at the Armory
at 2:30 p. m. Coach Dawson and
Coach Shulte will give talks and
every man is requested to De
Company M will play Company C
at 3:"0 Monday on the field east of
Social Science building. Tiring balls
Notice of Iron Sphinz Organization
Due to a misunderstanding several
members of the Iron Sphinx thought
that tin meeting for Tuesday night
had been called off and were there-
I fore not there. Since the purpose of
the meeting was for organization of
the new men, it was decided to post
pone the meeting until everybody had
a chance to be there. A new meeting
is therefore called for Tuesday
night, may 2, at the Alpha Sigma Phi
house. This is one of the most im
portant meetings of the year and ev'
ory member of the- organization, both
old and new men, should be there.
remember the time and the place
and be there, everybody.
Members will meet at the hall Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock for a hike
I to hleeiric Park.
Math. Club pins are at Hallett's
Jewelry Co. Those who ordered them
please call for them there at once.
If a sufficient . number of stu
dents desire it, summer work in
law will be given, including first
year work. If interested, please
call at my office at once.
Warren A. Seavey.
TO BE CLEVER AND
UNIQUE IN CHARACTER
Here is a chance for everyone to
wear a real fancy dress. The only
genuine fancy dress party of Use sea
son will take place In the Art gallery
Thursday evening. The event Is the
first night of the Mid Victorian ex
hibit. The affair will be in tfte form
of a reception and all who attend are
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
urged to wear a costume of the Mid-
Victorian type. Everyone is looking
forward to this unusunl affair with
groat anticipation. If you would like
to attend and wish to wear a fancy
dress you might get your dress ideas
from the one that was worn all week
by the model in the Art gallery. This
was for the purpose of getting pos
ters for the exhibit. The gown is for
n matron. It is made of red satin
covered with old fashioned black lace.
Tho sletves are as large as a good
sized balloon and the waist as tight
as a sausage. The skirt, exaggerated
by the bustle effect, is lined all the
way up with crinoline. Now till of
you young ladies t hat wish to appear
in costume may pattern after that
description. As for tho men, you
might fish out a high top hut and a
Princo Albert coat. Of course, it is
not essential that you come in cos
tume, but you know how much more
peppy that makes it.
This reception is not the only thing
that is a feature of the occasion. The
exhibit is going to last for three days
iml eveery evening something new-
will be offered. Friday Russian
dancers will entertain, and also the
I'nivi rsity players. There will be an
orchestra and other entertaining fea
tures. Among the many unique things that
will be on display is a hand painted
rolling pin. The women of the times
apparently thought that a decorated
pin would fly through the airr bitter
and hit the target square in the head.
Hand painted shovels were in vogue
then. Now that the coal strike is on.
plain shovel is not even necessary
and a colored one is well, out of the
The price of the exhibit is fifty
cuts and i.U tho proceeds will go to
the Russian Famine Relief. Lend your
half dollars freely to tho causo and
it the same time enjoy a novel even
ing full of surprises and clever sights.
CLOSE BATTLE FOR
Squad Two, Led By Preston,
Beats Capt. Hartley s Men
By 6-0 Score
Spring football training for the
Huskers closed Friday afternoon on
the Nebraska gridiron when team
Number Two, headed by quarterback
"reston was victorious over team
Number One, which was captained
bv Chick Hartley. The final score
was b to u. l'reston maue uie omy
touchdown of the game. Dewitz, at
tho opening of the second half,
caught the ball on the kickoff and
went through to the one yard line
of team No. One, from where Pres
ton carried t lie ball over on a line
plunge through center.
Team Number One was on the
verge of making a touchdown twice,
but forward passes failed and cost
them the game. A thirty yard pass
from Hartley was fumbled by Russell
on the one-yard line of Preston's
Dewitz, Preston, Peterson and
Schoeppel played stellar football on
team No. One. Hartley, Russell,
Sherer and Berquist were among the
star performers for No. Two.
The new football rule, which abol
ishes the goal kick after a touch
down and provides that the ball be
brought out five yards and placed
in scrimmage, was used for the
first time on the Nebraska field.
Billy Day has been coaching team
Farley Young has been coaching
Number One for the past week and
team No. Two. Coach Dawson was
ringmaster of the contest. Ten min
ute quarters were played.
Enlarge Society Three Chosen
From General Student
Silver Serpent, junior organiza
tion, has elected twenty-two sopho
more girls to active membership for
n'-xt year. The organization has In
creased its membership to twenty
two In order to have better repre
sentation from the student body.
The members are chosen, one to
represent each sorority, one from
each literary society and three from
the unorganized student body.
The new members elected are:
Achoth Gertrude Tomson.
Alpha Chi Omego Jean Holtz.
Alpha Delta Pi Nellie Dye.
Alpha Omicron PI Dorothy Abbott
Alpha Phi Helen Spellman.
Alpha XI Delta Beatrice Brough
ton. Chi Omega Beatrice Balrd.
Delta Delta Delta Isabel Welsh.
Delta Gamma Mary Brundage.
10 GRIDIRON TEAMS
Delta Zeta Eleanor Dun lap.
Gamma Phi Peta Helen Kummer.
Kappa Alpha Tlieta Ruth Miller.
Kappa Delta-Lois Hartman.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Lois
Phi Mu-Ruth Codington.
rt Peta PliI Dorothy Shallenberg
er. Paliadian -Grace Spacht.
Union Ona Everett.
Delian Minnie Johnson.
Student Pody Amy Martin, Ger
trude Gould, Lois Pederson.
Sunday, April 30.
Student Volunteers meeting,
,i m 1.
m., Faculty nan. lemim-.
Monday, May 1.
Agricultural Extension party,
m.. Ellen Mintn nan.
Onen ninht for Kosmet Klub
2:30 and 8:30 Orpheum.
Tuesday, May 2.
Pharmacy Convocation, 11 n. m
Alpha Kappa Psi luncheon, 12
Iron Sphinx meeting, 7:15 p.
Alpha Sigma Phi house.
Wednesday, May 3.
Uni. Band concert, 7 p. m., Campus
Industrial Coaching Class, 7 p. m
Thursday May 4
Arts and Science Banquet,
Chamber of Commerce.
Chi Delta Phi meeting, 7 p.
home of Miss Louise Pound.
Viking Meeting, Bushnell
house, 7:30 p. m.
Christian Science Society meeting,
7 p. m., Faculty Hall. Temple.
Phi Omega meeting, 7:15 p. m., Law
Friday, May 5
Delian Society, Faculty hall.
Phi Mu spring party, The Lincoln.
Alpha Xi Delta spring party, Rose
1220 R. dance. Ellen Smith hall.
Commercial Club dance, Lindell
Phi Gamma Delta, spring party, K.
of C. hall.
Bushnell Guild house dance.
Sunday, May 7.
Y. W. C. A., May morning
fast, 7 a. m., Ellen Smith hall.
Square and Compass
Square and Compass meeting on
Wednesday at 7 p. m.. Social Science
107. Election of officers.
Important meeting of Student Coun
cil has been called for 5 p. m., Tues
day at Faculty hall.
INSTALL CHAPTER OF
ZETA BETA TAU HERE
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principal colleges and universities
of the United States and six grad
uat eclubs. The chapters are found
mostly in eastern schools but the
fraternity is rapidly spreading west
ward. Alpha Theta chapter will be
the second one to be established in
the Missouri Valley region the other
being at Missouri.
Numbered among the famous alum
ni of Zeta Beta Tau are Congress
man Julius Kahn of California, Loty
Sir Mortimer Paries
OF THETA SIGMA PHI
J Employment Bureau For Women
in Journalism Estab-
The newest and most progressive
feature of Theta Sigma Phi Is the
Register which was organized by the
National chapter with the support
of the local chapters. It is an em-1
ployment bureau for all members of!
the fraternity and other persons wish
ing placements. The person wishing
a position registers with the bureau
by sending a dollar and all details
of the type of work she desires, stat
ing name, address and other neces
The employer who wishes appli
cants for vacant positions also may
register here, telling the kind of
work he has to offer. The record of
both the applicant and the employer
is looked up and this filed away.
When the position is obtained, a
certain commission is given to the
bureau. A very small one, merely
enough to cover expenses.
Last year the Nebraska chapter of
Theta Sigma Thi sent the Register
money and the aim is to give them
support whenever possible.
The highest type of opportunities
are offered by the bureau. Several
Nebraska girls have' registered with
them and have obta'ned interesting
as well as lucrative positions. The
Register is becoming so well known
that journalism firms from all over
the United States are sending in a
Wst of open places. They know that
Brand . ,ff .It
WE PRACTICE it, as well as
preach it. Our idea of serv
ice is the customer's idea of
service. It begins vrhen he first
comes to this store and doesn't
end until he comes back. Then it
starts all over again.
$35 to $60
Mayer Bros. Co.
the type of women who register are
educated college women and from
them they can select one capable of
filling the position.
ON THE CAMPUS
In an attempt to Increase the pop
ularity of the city campus, the uni
versity band is planning a series of
band concerts for every Wednes
day evening from 7 t oS. These
concerts will be given on the campus
in an open air assembly.
The first concert w(ll be held next
Wednesday evening north of the ad
ministration building. This concert
will be given by the band alone.
In the late concerts, it is expected
to have the university quartet and
glee club take part.
The concerts are being sponsored
by Gamma Lambda, band fraternity.
They will last for one hour and are
open to everyone who wishes to at
tend. The university band is recognized
for the excellency of the music which
it puts out and the Wednesday eve
ning concerts should draw large aud
iences. The long twilight will help
much to make the concerts more en
joyable and it Is probable that the
larger part of the university student
body will attend the programs. '
DEAN MARSTON DELIVERS
ANNUAL ADDRESS TODAY
Dean Anson Marston of Iowa State
College Is to deliver the annual ad
dress at the Engineers' Convention
at tli" Temple, 11 o'clock today. His
subject is announced as "A General
Discussion of Engineering Educa
tion." The Engineers' Week Committee
Is fortunate in being able to secure
Dean Marston for this occasion as
lie has a national reputation both in
the field of engineering education and
is a practicing engineer. In the re
cent war he was in the Engineering
Corps of the army, at one time Colo
nel of the 10fth Engineers.
After graduation at Cornell, In
Civil Engineering, In 1S89, he was
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in the employ of the Missouri Pa
cific Railroad Co. With them he
had charge of the construction of
the Onachita River Bridge, 1S91
1892. Mr. Marston Is a member of a
a number of national and sectional
professional societies, including the
Vational Research Council, the Amer
ican Society of Civil Engineers. He
is a past president of the American
Society for Promotion of Engineer
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