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TIIK DULY F.I I HAS KAN
The Daily Nebraskan
klinon A, Lincoln, Niuiiim
CRUCIAL tTCOINT PUBLICATION
".'J. UNIVERSITY 0 NtBRAlHA
Publn4 Tutaday. MidnriJii Thuid, F ndAy ana
feundar iKDiiimji ilui.n tn adOtmc tar
"'IiilwW aa HCtna ciiii mum at in poftoll.ca in
Lincoln, Nabraaaa. uM acl cl cm)hh. Marts 1. ''.
and ! apaclal lata at rotai" liiov.lro lor m aacl"."
llftj Kl OcloBtr 1. '. iuMi'li) January 0. U
UMir a)iraclor) cf HyiitM PobMlJl'on Baaid
If ytir ainnia Copy cHt I' . Mnwtur
(dltorlal OMie l''t'l HjII 4.
uaiiwaa Oflc C'V.lK HH .
J.i.pnon. Oji DU)I. M'tl B B J1U (Jumi
Aa lor NaBraaaan tfl loi.
William T. McCltory
francos Hslyoko .
Guy Craig . . . .
. Cimonl Wat
.Arthur M lcholl
.. tpart Id tar
Wonirn i Si'fiii f .
. . toeety tfl'tor
Chart Lalor. Acting Butma.a Manaurr
AaaUtant Buincii Vanur
ably outfitted in naik ami l.ick f my
reasonably ixpeet new uniform for tin b.md
lib appearance it scarci ly worthy 'f it "'
kpoiikiliility, with tin irtsfit iiiovi.gi r boy
With ilue rt'Mft t.t tlx I and' t -lioru,
fear that it labors under a itn nt handicap. I
TIiom who play in the bund appear at N, r.v j XttPntvSPVPn GiflS Affiliate
roothal enm.. ami a la.r croup " I With Cr-TJ)US GrOUpS
kimllnl for lalUk, but the l.lue ami nil j n ,lirfi.,u
rni riiinii suit tin not i.nr... th- I'an-I ,ri aauiriuy.
looks. lt mariliiiitf, inrid. Mallv, bhnw mim
emu. rouRh spot.
IVrhnps the hand hit lnen pr..iu.l n
uiiir.iriiia in the far future. We Miie. i !y Imp"
that it will bmsh up on its i.ian-hii'u. lr '! numrwr of atmtini rillov.injr u
klmw' othi r hi'Liii'Imi li-t ot i:iiinif. nr4 lh
that N. l.rnska is on I., r to.-, in all tl.i.iKv J ".
A Iuhk db t-iu iK are nititMinu for I')'k"
rooms in M.roritit. how nho'il kt.utirK' stn.lv
rooina in frntcrnitit s? '
Th u k lr.lmi; itnl on
(h ibiiipu n( the Univtriity of
Nrl.u ki. whirh frit on HatUHlnv.
brou,!it () bnniiuiu rmrnt of
filinl.un Willi oi'intic from a
Tkia pai rrr'""'"' rl
drorlxin b Tko Nrraaa rnm
Bulb roum il nirmlnTN wt-nt on n-ntl at
their iiifi'tini; Friiliiv noon .is t" fin the r
turn r the Awu'wmii. l'lffiVIDKI) at l.iit
on.'lialf the stiifl I hrtsoii from iinionj- l!i.
It is true that the Awwaii. if remiri t il
must be a truly ivpivseiitative stiuh nt eouue.
It is CiUh11v trii' that t make the publication
...ii';... vluiul.l lie no iliscrimiun-
1 .. . i f. :.. ' .1... . .i.l ti-l..i Lull' 1 Ik. Ii.iltil ili'llll l.
Ion between fraternity ami m.ii-iraiei .u..M ni....,...? ......
groups. lU.th mut h.ne a han-l in the pub- ; It i no won.h r Hint Nebraska lonil.al
. j ' , train-. .Minn times he. when one etm.sl.iris tl.al
Vor any one Ur..np. Imw.-Mr. to .1. libe.alely ; the stu.h nt bo.ly bmls p.artiealiy no support,
state that to sceure it Mip,.ort the maKaine The MmbnlT Th.irs. ay n.ahl
. i ,,t L.uvt till v uninle o he aek of Mint of the two al! el
IllUsi eillPiov Man eiiiii -- i i . i i
. . i. ,.r ;k .. I.,.v.. nt I tii'ii iiruiinint ions, anil the M.nlent hoily h
pereeni niemoers 01 ni.u kiu', , i - - "
another color. It looks very mm-lt 11S tlunili ; whole.
i tin. lumii. kille.l bv i.olities. is about to be , Is there any w ay lo jar Nebraska stu-lents
n,,t . nnlitifal mize'even before its nee.leU I out of their suing eomplae, iiey .
. I fear that there is not
While The Nebraskan believes there i. a luck of spirit may ro 1 wont attempt lo mss
Tt Till: KMITt IJ :
Are t'ormobs ami Tassels pep m-pun"
lions! I alwaxs thoinrht th.y were, but of bit'
it hceius not.
At any idle. lhi show little if any nun.
spirit than' the stii'h lit bo.ly as a whole. When
the Nebraska football team bit for Aui.s mil
its seeoml eoiiferi iiee ua Thm-ilny nitfb'.
Coriieobs ami Tassels, aeeel iliin: to The I bll!.
Nebraskan, were ailpposeil to be ib.re.
Wi re t lii y III pai l, ami a ininlily siu.il
part. There were somewhere in the iiei-ihlmr
hooil of twenty Coriieobs Ihele. which was a
pitifully small representation. The TasM
were there three of them The l.aml. himm
aeeonliiiK to The Daily Nehraski.ii. was sup
posed to be there, but not even a .single pice..!.,
was seen tiliiolitf the "erowil" of some ilt
l4 Illla liart.
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Mpka kl IMU,
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rn J..hn r'k'r.
. Will l'4l I. M.
la O.a J.rtiar.
. m.r I'laamaii, I'uluml.a
ma ei..v l,in ...n
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.1iil buh.man. amina-.. Mftl.
Tbria rsi .lk.
ri.Mii. hinM.in Mrili l':atlr
hafUMlr Hr-n1. Vankl'.n. h I'
till. I'ti 11. I'mpKf.trl. Ka.
Mtvling of Trom
(tillain in '
Drivv St-I Today
Ttarn captain, tor is student
tupporl campaign, of is unl
vrity V. M. C. A. kklll held a
meeting thit afternoon at 4
'dock In h Tempi to make
plang for tho drive.
Tentative plana a announced
by Coburn Tomion, pretident of
th V. M. C. A, call tor five
team to viait fraternity men
and fifteen team to call on th
more widely featured non-fra-ttrnity
Thia year'i drive will be
launched at a worker' dinner
tentatively arranged for T hurt
day in th Temple cafeteria.
W. A. A. TROPHIES 10
Called for 7:30 in
dale, la prenuient of the Commit.
rluh, and i a mrmrxr of the barb
roum il. alrngler haa been artiv
In activltie conned 0 with th
roller; of pharmacy all hotip h he la
working for a teacher ceinficate.
SPEEOBALl TO THETA
Sigma Kappa Wins From Tri
Dclts in Fast Game;
Score 7 to 3.
V.nl.lirti Will li. ! riiiillr.l In
n ,1 in II..- i.hii.Uik i. a.t.
Ha lO'tering Allowed
Mil, I. I. la air Irqtir ti-. , i
jli.ll,. in Ihr l.tly of Hie Tril.;.!
jir m ll M.!eirf I'toe in Agritul.
ilJI.il l.n:i I ' ' "'.i iu i.'-n m
. ; j, ,,, ., , :,.. I ll.lliptly at 5
Second Annual Mass Meeting' p s,1.Llin
Ot the mu.l'l.l c.ioncll elrelion
c.'iinu.t'iK c"l i.mku.i; all m.
Iok' i' -Hi' V".i l;.eln. Kelly
ll. I 'f..fiM-.r Ignite will I the
piiMtien ii'iiiinillri' lo il'fide on all
' ! Irui.l. nt t lift "'!' aie iluimK
'.'.,, the .cti..n U.iy l ot the stolrnt
c mini wiM pit-' fu.nl J.alsmi-'il
Won't Take acute.
New Mil.lrlil 1. 11 the esinpiM bf
beinn aiKliii'tl lo li.l.iim llu-inarlve
on ell r. r "I l i "i.- rcrluiK ono
vernily eleel hh.h. nccni.lini: in
etntiiiienta n'nl" lv '"n SctKern.
No rxrOMi on the ilty ol l!ie
romir.t el.iti.ins will la. auvrptnl
for Icnornnee in rT"ll 1 law
set lorth hy the i-.iiii:eli It
The first forfeit In tho women'
peed bull tour nament occurred on
Ihuriday eveninr when the N'er
fettea forfeited to the Kappa Af
Sicma Kat.pa won from Delta
Delta Delta by a score of 7 lo 3
i in a fa-t pame played on Hie field
j back of Six ml Science Krlday
A A. wlit tiol.1 tta eon.
' annual mat mreiing T
evening al 7 3(1 in the Kvmi.naiinti
to aw aid plaeur lo Hi unun
ited fr.'up lio won firat placra
j In Intraimiial Mila Ut yrur
Nearly two huii.lre.l Kiila aie ex
pected to attend.
Tin Is the M-Cuud nn-eltiijj of it a
kind held by W. A. A. l-al sprmc
awards wer made, officer weie
Installed. "N" ' awarded, and the
port head gave report on their
individual aport. Two sin h inei-i.
Inj; a year will In given for Ihe
puiHM.e of publicly aw aiding all
Itulh Dmmond. president of
V. A. A., will piemde at the meet
Inc. Mini Mata-I Lee, head of the
physical education dopaitmctit,
wiil expla.n the purpose and ac
tivate of W. A. A. In a l.rlef talk.
A ahort program ronmstin; of a
vocal duct, and a tap dunce hy
Irmanelle Waldo will end the
OPEN SEASON MONDAY
(Continued from I'nj;e 1.1
ei for Ihe first lime this seHson
the L'nlvertlty Tlayera gave a
dresa rrheaisiil of "Journey'
Knd" at the Nrt.iaska stale rt
formatory Thursday night.
Extensive Preparation Made.
The lage properltea were not
very elaborate but this will not be
the case at the Temple Mondnv !
u d n MrTWrtBV
1 . .' . . n. i In the fust quarter the Sterna
WILL BKUAUtaai Kappa's rushed Ibeir goal, giving I nijrht as evtensive work la unticr i
RUSSELL'S TALK I Mabel lleyne the opjiortunlty to ! way for the proper prepiuation of'
H'oniit.ucd from Pate l. I kick the ball for a score of three I tho play. 1
dent affairs nl the university, has points. Sigma Kappa passed the j The play should be tremen.l- !
rradc ihe following announcement ' ball for two more points in themusly Interesting. Whirring shelts. ,
il lative to excusing cmsses: in- sveonu qusrier. Ava Lee and ic-i dugouts, nerve-racked minds arid
.sttuctors who have a considerable lorla Gladfelter were responsible shell-torn bodies are common oc-
nomiwir of ktudcntt who will at-' for the play.
tend the bvture by Mr. Uussell or' Again In the third quarter Slg
...k.. ih..mu. iva ia'ih lo po to thia ma Kappa passed lor two more
1 trnvncnlion may feel free to dis- points, which ended their scoring
i m,.s.s their classes Students who l Rame. Delta Delta Delta
sre otherwise unoccupied should be , l"'"' i'.i- in me msi
..' . .- .hi. I-, quarter, when Dorothea Mason
l-'Bi" .,::: :r;.. rr.v. kicked the ball through the goal
To Wllilt Iflllftlis t III ll" . c.r,H hw r-mmiltee.
v I . 1
A committee of fifty men and
leal need for u comic luiljlieiit i i the cam- but believe me, AcnnisKa :ri.i teiini me m i..i ,.,,,, we kn0wn in this c.un-
,,, a,l that the Aw uwnn shonl.l he revived lt of touKh vtiirs if the student l.o-lv , ..cm. I try. (., aponsoring the six-months
In meet that need, it is sel t l.lent that o- wiikc tl.
litieal bargninins,' for staff positions b( tweeii ,T i
any groups or fact inns will kill the hrrt even i track I It if nip.
before it is reinstated, jjrautin!? that reinstiite-1 To Tj. KDITOfi :
The lioavd of regents ami the inlininiNt ra
tion have taken an important step. All stu-
lour of the t'nited States Mr. Rus-
The following teams will play
Monday. Oct. 2u -
Alpha Xi Delta vs. Kappa Del
sell is taking This committee be- lueaday. Oct. XI
lieves that a new basis of human J Lambda Gamma vs. Alpha 1'hl
relntions Is necessary in this coun- ; ruiieuay, uci. a
Student opinion hu appeared to la vor. al
most unanimously, the return of ihe Awgwnii.
If it can be niade a financial su ss. and a
really representative macaine. present'iiitf the
humorous side of campus life with some degree
of veracity rnther than depcnerntin(r to a
heet filled with Greek names and inter-fraternity
wise-cracking, it should be. reinstated.
If. however, the eoininn cannot be revived
wilhjnif strife between the various uroups rep
resented on the campus, and a mad grabbing
for political plums in Ihe form of staff po
sitions, we say "No. Thank You.'" Let it re
Maybe the. operating superintendent is
waiting for cold weather to solve Ihe parking
problem by freezing up all the campus flivvers.
Do we have any real school spirit on the
Nebraska campus? This question has become
all-important of late. Our cheering section
gives the. team less support than the knot-hole
club, whose yells resound from the west stand.
A contributor in The .Morning Mail column
deplores the lack of co-operation of the Tassels
Nebraska's varsity squad won frum Iowa
state yesterday by a score of 14-12. The
margin was too narrow for comfort. "Dis
appointed" places the blame for any possible
lack of fight and fire on the part of the team
squarely on the melancholy and indifferent
"send off" that Nebraska students gave the
squad. There is much in w hat he says. Twenty
Corncobs, three Tassels, and no band is a very
poor start toward nrousing interest and spirit
among the student body as a w hole.
Again, at the Oklahoma-Nebraska fresh
man game in Memorial stadium yesterday,
there was little student spirit in evidence. Any
Tassels present were well concealed. A few
Corncobs traversed the stands, selling pro
grams. The band was fairly well represented,
but could by no menus claim a record attend
ance. The student sections were quite well
filled, and the cheer leaders did their best,
but the loudest yells were directed at the
referee. Cheering for the team was indifferent.
A few loyal Nebraskans even did their best to
get the cheer leaders laughed out of court, by
mixing 'up and good-naturedly syncopating a
few of the cheers.
The Nebraskan does not believe 1 lint
school spirit 'on our campus is dead. Tassels
and Corncobs are doing what they can. The
test will come next Saturday, when the Corn
buskers meet Montana on Memorial stadium
sod. Whether the Unskers take the game de
pcrjds to a great extent on the student support
they receive. How about a real "spiritualistic"
Heard in the stadium: "This hoy Saner
is doing some sweet playing! '
Now that the R. O. T. C. unit is fashion-
trv, particularly because political
centralization and industrialism
have done so much to uproot nor
mal life and to undermine the Ua-
dent activities have ben guaranteed a certain diiional bases of democracy,
amount of money upon which to operate. Hut They believe that the philosophy
.1 . . . i .. l . .i t.. ..ll .in of community life with which At.
they arc to first present a budget To all ai - wJ fgrmcrs (o orflin,w
pvarnnccs the amount ol that budget w inch , )nt(J co.operafive gaieties and to
they shall recievc rests in the hands of an ad- i. COntent with their position
liiinistrativc committee. (marks an important contribution
This is the question - are student iv. , to the solution of thU problem
. ' ii .i j i t. - Mr. Russell has received nation
ities. going to sell their independence ,,or wiite attention since Ms axrrival in
pocket full of sheekels! The undergraduate ; lhe rjniieci tsates. He regards his
body of this university sincerely hopes not. work in Irelund as ended. His ef
Jt is openly conceded to begin with that i forls there have been heralded
i .. i r . i i ..i.i.r ili.u.. throughout the world. His writings
the committee in charge ot n.lminiNtc. ing these , (m.lu . The Homeatead
funds will act lii good faith. One is caused to i .Co.0pelaiion ami Nationality,"
wonder, however, whether this good faith "imagination and Reveries," "The
might not be biased towards certain activity National Being," "The Candle of
groups at times when those particular groups j Visio-i." and Stone."
are under fire .Certainly the administration i gjjgg OFFICERS
has a very strong whip. JO be SELECTED:
Maybe the matter is now beyond the (Contiqued from Page 1.)
choice of the respective activities organizations. : .sentP(j on tne ballot by Steve Ho- j
The writer is not in a position to know, but kuf, blue Bhirt, Coburn Tomson,
judging from the present source of information I yellow Jacket, and Glen Burton, j
-The Ncbraskan-it would seen, that nil ac-1 bwb. .. ,
tivities, including the worthy Student council, : Tuu 1lt(l frnterntv, has lettered;
afc to operate under the new plan. in football, basket ball, and track, 1
If any iurisdietion lies in the hands f ana is a memner or me in ciud.
.. . ,, ... i,,,,,,,,! Tomson, a member of Phi Kappa
activity bodies at the present time it is hoped has a,so ,ettered jn trtiCkla
that they will not be too hasty m accepting president of the university Y. M.
the new plan which places them under a cer-1 c. A., and is a member of the N
tain obligation to administrative authorities, j club. Burton Is connected with the
'JJ1IU OfJUI13l l OII1JJ 111 Dll-UIUVCJ niLj
Three Seek Post.
The respective factions have put
forth Don Maclay, yellow jacket,
Kenneth Gammill, blue shirt, and
Stanley Mengler, barb, as candi
dates for the highest senior class
Don Maclay, a Kappa Sigma,
was high point man in the Mis
souri valley basket ball conlcrence
lust year. He Is a member of In
nocents society and serves on the
Kenneth Gammill, tho blue shirt
nominee, belongs to Delta Upsilon.
Gammill Is editor of the Corn
husker yearbook, Is a captain in
the R. O. T. C, is a member of the
Innocents, and was last spring
elected to the Student council.
Stanley Mengler, the barb candi-
Gamma Phi Beta vs. Aloha Chi
Friday. Oct. 24-
Phi Omega PI vs. Kappa Phi.
etirrences in "Journey s Knd."
However, these scenes are Inter
apersed with delightful humor and
clever comdy. The play present
a problem, a great play in three
acts of excellent drama'.
The University Tlayers will
give the play al the state penitei
tlary Sunday afternoon. The play
opens at the Temple theatre Mon-
llnV liilll nn.t U'ill runlinn..
throughout the week with the last Cjf iffrtcf CCIflt
performance Saturday nicht. lJC tCJi- VlI4l.
NO CARDS ISSUED ON
TUESDAY SAYS KELLY 1
i Continued from Pago l l
ballots to students. Kelly said, but
the factions will be permitted to
have watchers at the polls. The
? . M.WASSERMANN N
on the Campus
College men who know what to
weur and how to wear it chooae
Atlitfuior "50" lue new Codrge
dooble-hreasteJ raRtan long full
cut roomy full-belted, with big
parch pocket, and a convertible
collar that gives extra protection
around the neck ... Light in
weinht semi-transparent abso
lutely wcarhcr-proof. Four rich,
originnl colors Deep Sea, Tan,
Blue, Black and only $7.50! . . .
Other Alligator models from
$5.00 to $25.00.
THE ALLIGATOR CO.
Su Louis, Mo.
They might do well to stop and consider pos
If, as The Nebraskan story si s to in
dicate activities arc to operate under the re
gents' plan, let. us hope that whatever the
situation may be, the administrative committee
will be actuated solely by n sense of financial
consideration when it act on the budgets of
respective organizations. The committee has a
formidable bludgeon to wield on organizations
which it dislikes. By denying an organization
the Student council might be used as nu
instance necessary funds, it can easily render
such uti organization useless. Such cases, we
hope, will not, arise.
When a nuestion of the utility of mi or
ganization becomes niool, let the decision rest
with the student body. If they tcei tiinr us
existence can no longer be tolerated they w-ill
take their own measures to abolish it. AV)V
TO THE EDITOR:
In regard to parking spaces, would it not
be a good idea to give faculty members parking
space in the immediate vicinity of their class
rooms and then throw the present Faculty
parking area, open to students?
Owing to the fact that all members of the
faculty of our college are not present and
needing parking space at any one time, except
on special occasions, it is believed that, two
thirds of the necessary spaces could be re
served and would be in use at all times.
On special occasions additional parking
spaces could be found wherever possible for
the time being bv the individual concerned.
fi. AY. F.
Our Candled Pop-Corn with I
MADE FRESH DAILY
anirta Stoanart Fraah Dally
Lincoln Crupette Co
tU No. 13th
"a 'i 1 r
we invite you
our delicatessen department,
everything of the best.
tasty pastry shop
SIX REASONS WHY
CAN USE BOTH SIDES
INK DOES NOT SPREAD
WILL NOT BIND
WILL NOT SOIL
DOES NOT TEAR SO EASY
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
1118 O St.
Is Edison Wrong?
Thomas Alva Edison attended school only three months, He is
an outstanding example of what a m?n may achieve without the ad
vantages of a formal education.
Yet Edison is awarding- University scholarship to a group of
young men every year.
Is he wrong: in selecting these young men by a series of exami
nations? Is he wrong when he has those examinations graded and then ,
chooses those who have the highest grades?
If he is wrong, so is the General Electric Company and the Stand
ard Oil Company and the National City Bank of New York and scores
of lending American (.'orpnnilions.
Every spring representatives of many great corporations visit
the Nebraska campus with positions to offer certain Nebraska graduat
ing seniors. Are these corporations wrong- when they instruot their
representatives to examine the scholastic records of applicants for
Are they wrong when they show no interest in the man who
"just gets by"?
7 he .second of a series of advertisements
dedicated to the ideal scholarship.
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