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The Daily Nebraskan
liana At Lincoln, Naaaaka
OrflCIAL tTUDINT PUBLICATION
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ai'if nrniK'i" eak.
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of NVbraaka raiuput. Othr collegia havt
f.trtil it ami many li vt provi.L.I ftimikhig
unrtt-n for tht-tr fotl But Thi Nflrakan
n-irrrta tta fact that cofU liav talm little
i.irt In thf iliai-iiKvion. IYt)iaj. at T. W. 1.
Miiiititt, thf.v jm-ftT to iliKly the ir tliirlnir in
uilili place We liult that.
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Cotda ifem to be taking a very milJ iatt -rest
In the present discussion of aniokinp roonm in
Borority housea and dormitories. T. W. I , eon
tributinj to Morning Mail, believes that Thf
Nebraskan is attempting to correct nn evil
over which the girla tlumsilvta are not con
cerned. Terhaps this Is true. There are many aophia
ticatcd, languid cools whose only aim in life
seems to be the creation of an impression. They
parade into coffee shops to puff on cigarcts.
leaving a pile of rouge-tipped stubs in the ash
inn anil a hail irrtr&;ion w ith everyone' in
the" establishment. We mourn the existence of
auch creatures, but are powerlcu to prohibit
them from flaunting their alleged superiority
before a gullible public.
Our concern is with the sensible coed who
likes to smoke, but must behave much as these
conceited false alarms in the pursuance of what
she consider a pleasant pastime. If smoking
rooms were established in sorority houses and
dormitoriescoeda would no longer need to
huddle in. the nearby eating houses for the
Some would continue to smoke in public, of
course. But their colleagues and the general
public would soon recognize these coeds as
show-offs. Too, if smoking were recognized
and accepted, these dolls who handle cigarcts
like firecrackers and blink thoir watery eyes
at the smoke they would realize that smoking
is not criminal and that indulgence is not
Coed smoking is not a matter of concern to
women alone. When any practice becomes as
general as coed smoking it deserves considera
tion by the university itself. If the coeds them
selves are too busy with their caking to enter
the discussion, we are sorry.
Must we grovel in the dust of our own mis
conduct to curry public favor? Must univer
sity women who sincerely believe that smoking
is a matter of. personal judgment be banished
from their homes to partake of tobacco ?
Many students have presented the argument
that smoking by co-cds is deplored by tax-payers
in the state. How about the citizens of Lin
coln who must wade through squads of coed
smokers to get service in coffee shops and drug
stores! Are we forgetting the citizens who
live near the campus and see smoking coeds
cruising around in automobiles after every
mealT , , . ,
rerhaps some parents forbid their daughters
to smoke at home. They might resent the fact
that sorority officials and university admin
istrators had recognized the condition and
allowed it. We have little sympathy for these
persons. If they wish to throw about themselves
and their daughters a cloak of false innocence,
they are committing a crime far more injurious
than smoking will ever be.
This university is not maintained as an insti
tution of correction for young women. Some
attention must be paid to conduct, but parents
should not expect the university authorities to
discipline their daughters in matters of per
The Nebraskan believes that smoking rooms
should be provided for coeds at the University
of Nebraska. The reasons are quite simple
and reasonable. , . . , . . ,
Coed are amoking and it is hypocritical for
sorority and university authorities to ignore
the condition. .
Lack of suitable rooms forces coeds into un
desirable public places to smoke.
Recognition of the condition would tend to
Seenc; Kroi.t room at the Shaku Handu
houxe. A pnlitieal meeting is on.
Prca: I will now entertain nominationa for
factional nonumr for freeman ela pn si
tlftit. lor: Mr. PrtVulent, 1 would like to brinif up
the name of Sidney Slitn. Ilea a freahman
football playtr and i will known mi the
Kd.lv: Mr. IVraident, tli ttuy Slita is all
risl t, but I '.t an id. a that a boy from our
house would gt more voK.. Alfred l'lujge
is Ida name and lie's got a big drag with the
sorontit. lie a a smooth looking ooy.
Ko.i. v: Mr. President, 1 think we outjhta
have an athlete for this job, because tiny re
always better known. And the other faction ;
bound to put up some football playem.
Faction ircee.ls to elect fcOils.
Pres: Now for sophomore clas president. 1
Krie: We got a boy at our house who is a j
cinch for varsity track this year. Lionel Hatt-!
sick is the boy's name and he's a d;ish man. :
I think he's the best bet.
Kob: Mr. President, George Gluppin over at
our house is working in activities and has a
big drag all over the campus. He's got some
good ideas about organizing the class and
Chorus: We want an athlete!
(Faction el.cts Rattssck. And so on into the .
FACULTY GROUP !
SANCTIONS K. U.
il'ontlmif.l from Tag 11
rlt. lnmxanta. Hollar n.nr.l.
Daily Ntbraakan and olhert la a
liclWd in nemirajlnf tu.lnta to
rondu.t thamaelvra ao aa to r
ftavl onlv crM to th o. name
of the llnlvrraitv of NVI-raaka."
Alan 5. IWIIIama, hfa.l of thr
Innorvnt a romraiilM In charge of
I ha Blunt antlona, brllrvra the Irip
lo b a worth whll 'ituniiy
and one of hWh tvrty atu.lriil
ahould avail himself. "Kansas haa
never seen anything Ilka the Ne
branka cheering auction and ahould
evtry student In the cheering
Hon make the trip tst would he
able to ahow the Jayhaw kera some
allrnt therrlng." he said "Not
onlv that." he. added, ' the Kansna
game will be one of the toughest '
of the season and the tVrnhuakers I
will need plenty of pep and spirit
to help them win." (
Tbe Nebraska team will make ,
the trip to Lawrenrt on the siu-:
ttent train, aerorting to Mr 8l
leek, but will not return wllh U
Corn Cobs, nien'i pep org.inwa- .
tion. Is planning to make the trip.
according o Art Itchell. president. I
and Betty Wahlqulat. president cf
the Tassels, women's pep group,
states that that orranlralion ta
also making plana to make the
trip. The Nebraska band will also
be nn the train. !
Tha committee also approved a
chartered train to Iowa Oly for
tha game there on Nov. 22. This
trip will be made only If enough
students heeome Interested In go
tng. The train will consist entirely
lMolay fall party, Lincoln ho
Saturday, Oct. IS.
All t'nlversity party at Coliseum
IVIta Theta i'hi. housa rsrty.
I'hl Omega It housa party.
All I'nlveraily party, coliseum.
Kappa iviia. hmisa party.
Alpha Chi. house party.
I'mversity 4-H rluh, mixer.
- - - a -i
of coaches and tha trips will oc
cupy two nights.
Orturra On Nitralca
Pr. Vlllrm Van Rnyen. Inatnie
tor in geography, lectured Thura
tay morning to a group of civil
league students from the Lincoln
public schools on tha subject of
i , . ,,,i.a of a mini- I fellillseia and noiiim views fioml
Nitrate, and Nitrate Produc t"'';1 'K of ...,. M th. ii.l.st. fields oi I'lnl,.
than." lr. Van Wnyn's l'"' ' "zZrzi;
HALLE 11- So-12
" .i.l,.- Jevliy. riil'iste.
tl.ka N.rt.lllea. lS.llaSa Ja.-Jty ' tNLy , !. .Ill r..nllli.ie al II a. 1.1 .
Now'u iue Time to Buy Chrl.tmn. nd Other
A J.'t UmU lll h.'l'l ny snlrle V rt , ' 7
am..na SO" say on lha lM 1
H A F ,LETT-Uni vcrsity Jewelers
t..f 117119 So-
Party season is here. Social life will be just
one big crash after another from now on.
How about sorority rooms in smoke houses?
"The 'fnW Store"
13 and P
C. E. BUCHHOLZ, Mgr.
"Our Store .
Dodging The Issue .
TO THE KDITOR:
I see by the papers that coeds are all excited
again about the old question of private smok
ing rooms in sorority nouses. I also notice that
the coeds themselves are rather quiet on the
topic, letting outsiders and men students do
most of the arguintr. This seems significant.
It seems to prove that coeds really aren't con
cerned with smoking rooms at all.
As a matter of fact, it seems to me that coeds
like to smoke in public merely "as a matter of
form." Keight out of ten that have chanced
to come under my observation do not really
know how to smoke. They hold a cigaret as
though it were an indelible pencil or a fountain
pen, and their main concern is to make the
smoke curl up in as artistic and sophisticated
a fashion as possible. In short, they smoke be
cause it makes them appear a bit more worldly,
wise than the non-smokers a bit more sophis
If this be-true, then private smoking rooms
are beside the issue. And one must admit that j
the coeds themselves arc not especially con
cerned about smoking in private. T. W. I. j
Why Judge All?
TO THE EDITOR:
Dr. Fling's statement that the students of i
today are worse than they were thirty years j
ago," in my opinion was thoroughly unwar-.
How a man of Dr. Fling's reputed mental j
acumen would allow himselt to be persuaaea
into the belief that all American college stu
dents were of the same moral character is
beyond my conception.
It is erroneous for any man to judge the
entire American student body by the compara
tively small amount of them that go abroad.
Those that can go abroad are children of rich
parents whose home life has been sadly neg
lected. When they get abroad they naturally
want to get much good French wine down their
gullets before they have to return to the States.
I daresay that Dr. Fling was in favor of the
eighteenth amendment and that and nothing
else is the cause of the degradation in the eyes
of the Europeans.
I am surprised and disappointed that Dr.
Fling should take that stand. His complete
speech was a denunciation against the students
who arc the victims of laws that he and others
passed. There is a new era of frankness among
young men and women which is evidence of
advancement in civilization and not a retro
Some students give their professors the hah
hah. That's why they get such good grades.
SIX REASONS WHY
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