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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1 932.
THE DATLY NERRASKAN
Earliest Dad's Day Luncheons Were
Held As Get Togethers Under Trees
Plans to Honor Dads November 12
, , . . "At first we lined to go out end
fnnrlieons and Dinner at Various Fraternity and have a little lunch under the trees
Mincnivna onu mh .r .nmnwhorn anrf have a rcnoral
Sorority Houses Are Being Arranged m
Addition to Vnivcrsity Program.
Dade Day waa founded, accord
ing1 to Dr. George E. Condra, to
bring student! and their parents
lit doner relationship and to make
the latter hotter acquainted with
the university, lta functions, and
In addition to tho Bads Dny program binff planned by
the university, many Greek organizations arc making arrange
ments to honor their fathers with luncheons and dinners sched
uled for November 12. Reports are that whiln nearly nil of the
fraternities and sororities are planning some Npccinl event, de
tailed plans nro not available at present.
Th siivma Nu's nave asuou
i.n nnriu tn Via p-npHts at a luncn
eon Saturday noon. This will be an
Informal affair with no program.
The Sigma Thl Slgmas, Beta
Theta ri's and Kappa Slgma'a will
be hosts to their Dads at dinner
Tho Till Kappa ThI fraternity as
well as tho Delta Upsllons is plan
ning a Dad'a Day banquet Satur
day evening, l'rograms are being
arranged by both of theso fraterni
ties. Tho Alpha XI Delta sorority
la also planning a dinner to honor
the Dads who will bo In Lincoln
for the day.
Thvta Grand Officer
Visits Htm Chapter.
Miss L. rearlc Greene, grand
secretary and editor of Kappa
Alpha fhota, is visiting Rho chap
tor at Lincoln Wednesday anl
Thursday. She was a guest of Mrs.
Klleiy Davis at luncheon Wednes
day noun and Wednesday evening
a dinner guest at tho chapter
house. Wednesday sho was enter
tained at a luncheon at the Uni
versity club given by alumnae of
the sorority, at a tea at the home
of Mis, Kllery Davis, and at din
ner by the chapter.
Miss Greene, who Is from Ith
aca. N. Y has attended a meeting
of the grand officers In Chicago
and is now visiting chapters In this
part of tho country. An Informal
discussion nt which Miss Greene
presided was held after the dinner
Hedges of Kappa Beta, sorority
of university women who belong
to the Christian church, gave a
Hallowe'en party for the active
members on Tuesday evening,
Nov. 1, at tho Tabernacle Chris
tian church. A buffet supper was
served and a program given dur
ing tho evening.
Committees for the affair were
refreshments and program with
Lois Nelson acting as chairman of
the refreshments group, assisted
liy Mary Kdith Hendricks and
Helen Eppler. The program com
mittee was headed by Dorothy
Cochran with Elizabeth Bushee
and Jayne Lyman serving with
Is Luncheon Guest.
Miss Dorothy Jennings of St.
Louis, Province Director of Gam
ma Thl Beta sorority, will be hon
ored by the alumnae at a luncheon
Saturday at the chapter house.
Tho iii.mratlons for the table will
h rnr:irji nut in mauve and
brown, tho sorority colors. Mrs.
Vhillip Walhins and Mrs. Payne
Merritt will act as hostesses. A
business meeting will be held after
X en-man Clnh Gives
Annual Fall Party.
The Newman Club wilt give its
annual fall party Friday evening
Nov. 4. It will be a dance at St
Elizabeth's Music club, and the
sponsors will include Colonel and
somewhere and have a genoral
good time. We always maue me
date on the same day aa a football
?ame. Later we made the affair
or mothera and fathora both, so
that now we have all four family
s-rouns meeting: mothers and
daughters, sona and fathers."
"Am iiiv when narenta and
their sona and daughters can meet
and talk over each othera prob
lems, Dada Day la filling an Im
portant place in university ir.mi
tiona," Dr. Condra continued. "It
gives them both the opportunity to
Mrs. Forbes, and Mrs. Alice I exprea.i the ldeala of relationship
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MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS
At 8:30. Rr-elnners given extra half
liour. Privute lessons by appointment.
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Kate Smlth-Burne Allen
Special Paramount News
Nebraska Kansas AaB'
Footbnll Came Saturday,
Ag College Club
nwir and Bridle rlnh has sched
uled an Ag mixer for Friday, Nov.
4. It is to bo held at the activities
building on the Ag campus. The
sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Locffel and Mr. and Mra. Thai-man.
A. T. 0. Auxiliary
Alpha Tau omega auxiliary win
entertain at a 1 o'clock luncheon
B'rlday at the chapter house. Hos
tesses will bo the officers, Mrs.
Carroll Brown, Mrs. Claude Wil-
arin Mra R H. WolCOtt. MrS.
Gaylo Walker and Mrs. Fred Gard
Thn Phi Mu sororltv nlana to
give a dance at tho chapter house
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Nov. 4. Mrs. Mane uuuingioa win
act as sponsor.
Gamma Phi Beta sorority will
honor their province director, Miss
Dorothy Jennings, of St. Louis,
with a tea on Sunday, Nov. 6.
Have your Cornhusker picture
taken at Hauck's studio, 1216 O
Friday Evening Meeting of
Literary Society to
Two one-act plays will be the
feature of the program to be given
h th Arts and Science members
of tho Palladlan Literary society
Friday evening. Tne nrst piay ia
titled: "Advice to Newlyweds" and
hna tha fnllnwtn? cast:
Larry, a burglar. ..Burton Marvin
Flo, his fiancee unanoue uu
Irene, a bride. . . .Margaret Medlar
Aihort. her husband Graham Howe
"The Obstinate Family." the
second play, has the following
Lurv. a servant Helen Still
James, a butler. .. .James Marvin
Henry Harford Harry West
Jessy Hartford, his wife. .Marjorie
Mr. Harwood. Hartford's father
in-law Wilbur Hausen
Mrs. Harwood. Hartford's mother-
in-law Beth Stilgobouer
Following these plays win De a
skit by four members and a vocal
nnmhpr hv Lucille Llnderen. The
meeting beglna at 8:30 and la open
to tne puDiic.
SOCIETY TO SEND
TO STUDENT DADS
(Continued From Page 1.)
the stadium In a body behind the
band and Nebraska's pep organi
Dads to Speak.
The program for the luncheon
will feature two short sDeeches by
riaiiq of univcrsltv students. One
of the speakers baa a daughter In
university ana me otner a son. .
I.inrnln rianre orchestra Will Dlay
during the luncheon and other en
tertainment features l n c i uaing
songs and yells by Nebraska's pep
izAtinns will be orovided. ac
cording to the committee In charge
of tne anair.
Special Invitations have been is
sued to Governor and Mrs. C. W,
Bryan, Chancellor and Mrs. E. A,
R.irnptr Dean and Mrs. T. J.
Thompson, Regent and Mrs. Frank
Taylor or at- iaui, Kegenc ana
For the First Time You -1!8
Love Stripped of All Eham.
LOR ETTA YOUNO
New BETTY BOOI
"PICKING. A WINNER"
Six Hours to Love and Fulfill a
Lifetime a Hopes ana
"Sis Hour, to live"
with MIRIAM JORDAN
'Hera Prince" Fo News
MAT. IP -act Mt.W-iQT
mother and daughter. Both have
their problems and each finds a
aympathotlo listener In the other.
"Last year," he continued, "we
Initiated parents and their sona
nrl riauo-htera Into Delta Alnha
Delta and Mu Alpha. The sons and
Hnrln tnnlc trtn initiation into V. A.
n with a firm handclasn and the
mothers and daughtera did the
aame when Initiated into M. A.
"When they wont out of the In
iHntinn mom. vou could detect i
now spirit of relationship. The
fathers and sona were llko a pair
of boys, while the mothers and
daughtera acted like a pair of girl
hood frlonds. The sons and daugh'
tarn an mnd to have nowlv dls
covered their parents, while the
nnrnnta found new BOOS onu
"That's what Dada Day stands
for," he concluded "Tne revival
i,t intflrst in tha family eyouj). and
the emphasis of closer relationship
between parents anu uicir auim
and daughters in school."
Regent and Mrs. Fred A. Marsh of . STUDENTS ARE INVITED
Archor, Regent and Mrs. Marion
A. Shaw of David City, Regent ana
Mrs. Farl Cllne of Lincoln, Regent
and Mrs. Arthur C. Stokea of Om
aha, and Mr. and Mra. Ray K.
In the stadium a special aectlon
of aeata will be reserved for dads
and their aona and daughtera and
any other mombers of the family
who can come. Studcnta whose
tickets are reserved In the student
Xn ray'Trade in Vo7o UckeU in tailed" as a pa'rt of the acUvitloa
" J. ... -a. .a I nalnnln r nM Cat 11 not) TO in YY fl K In C
ror iicaeia in mo imun nj-"""f T.r
cording to John K. Solleck, director connections with churches of the r
n niiirtAmt nthlntlpa
innthor annriai hox in the sta
dium will be reserved especially for
fathers or HusKer lootDau pmyci.
It is planned to have each father
nt a vnrltv man wear a large
number corresponding to the num
ber on nia Bon a jersey.
Plan Many Affairs.
Tind'a Dav activities will contin
ue in tho evening aa a large num
ber of fraternltlea and aororltiea
hav indicated their expectation of
having special smokers and dinners
in honor or aacis or memoem m
each group. Numerous houae par
tlea, and a Dad'a Day All Univer
sity party, sponsored by the Barb
council, are scheduled for the eve
ning to which dads will be specially
Tickets for the Dads' Dav lunch
eon went on sale Wednesday, a
inro- number beins- checked out to
Interfraternlty council representa
tives. Members or tne intercnip
council and Barb council will be
given tickets to sell this week, and
Panhellenlc council representatives
win receive iicaeis at mnt ui
meeting Monday, Nov. 7. Tickets
oro aim available at the Dallv Ne-
braskan office and can be pur-
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chased rrom any memoer oi uie
Innocents society. Tickets are fifty
Impromptu Numbers Are
Plan of Delian-Union
The members of the Dellan
Unlon Literary society will bo
called upon for Impromptu num
bera In their program to be given
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. It Is
the plan of the society to return
to the former custom of giving
such impromptu numbers, debates
and oratory in their programs.
This meetfng Is open only to mem
bers of the society and their
mk. n.n. toattMA.H maintain a d II 11 V
column under this head containing all of
ficial notices 01 ornanimniion uitmiui,
announcements of general Interest to stu
dents. Anyone may have such notices In
serted by caHiiie. the Dally Nebrakn of
fice before 7 n. m. the day before the
notice Is to appear.
The social dancing hour will be
held In the Armory Friday eve
ning from 7:30 to 8:30.
Ag Upper-class Commission.
TTnnArclnfifl wnmnn At Afiricul-
tural college will discuss politics at
tneir next meeting, to do nem
Thursday at 12:20, in the home
Ag Frosh Commission.
Acricultural college freshman
commission will hold its weekly
meeting Tnursday. Tne suDject lor
discussion la etiquette.
Annual journalism banquet, to
ne neia 'inursaay nignt, ixuv. o,
at the University club at 0:15
Momhora nf the school of lOUrnal'
ism and othera Interested in jour
nalism are particularly Invited.
The public ia welcome. Ticketa are
Mrs. Stanley D. Long of Cowles, seventy-five centa and may be se
naUsm, U hall. They must be pur
chased by Thursday noon.
A meeting of the Classics club
will be held at 3:00 p. m. on Fri
day, Nov. 4, In 205 Social Science
lulldlng. A lecture on Croesus win
be riven. All students oi tne
classics are invited.
Thar. nHll Kji O mMllnir of the
Freshman council Thursday night
. ... . . n. . v i
at 7:30 at the ueiia Sigma wmu
da fraternity house.
Pi naaMa C Ail I rv
rrhe Fireside Forum will hold its
reifular weekly meeting Thursday
evenmr in the I rooms in tu
Temple from 7:30 to 8:30.
Ag Frosh Council.
Tha Ar freshmen council meet
ing has been postponed thi3 week
in order to auow memners to i
tnri the Ak-Sar-Ben show in
Omaha. - -
t. V McMillin. naator of
the University Episcopal church at
1 13th and R street, invites au uni-
verslty students to attend the 11
-i- .-rvire Sundav. Nov. 6.
V (.IIA.J. " . - ' '
which baa been designated by the
university as "au.lk io uu
cmav- A special service has
League of Women Voters.
The League of Women Voters
will meet Thuraday at 4 o'clock In
L'li.n smith hall. Charles Gray.
president of the campus socialist
i club, will apeak on social Ism.
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TO ATTEND CHURCHES
(Continued from Page 1).
are affiliated, and definitely en
ter Its fellowship.
The pastors of these churches
are at your command and eager
to be of aervlce to you. They will
count It a privilege to make your
RAY E. HUNT.
All University Church day was
choice. Chancellor E. A. BurneU
usually sends a messaeo to each In
dividual member of the student
body asking htm to attend church
on that day and tno university x
M. c. A. and Y. W. C. A. co-oner-
ato in urging young people to help
make tne event a success.
Special Sermons Planned
rihiirrhM which observe All
Church day recognize the presence
or students in tneir congregations
hv rhoostnc a sermon sub fed of
special Importance to university
people, music lor tne servicer is
also chosen with tho students In
All University Church dav was
an outgrowtn or mo uouncn oi re
ligious Welfare, an organization
made iin of a committee of faculty
members working In co-operation
with a group or denominational
student pastors and the secretaries
of tho unlversitv Y. M. C. A. and
Y. w. C. A. With the aid of stu
dents, tho council finds it possible
to carry the interests or tne city s
churches to tho young men and
women or tno university.
SECOND GROUP OF
SET FOR FRIDAY
Thfl second croun of the scries
of class recitals win De given ri
dav. Nov. 4. in recital hall 8 at the
music conservatory. The follow
ing girls will take part: Florence
Smiley, Viola uurry, jviiiarca war
Uer. Rose Steinbersr. Callsta Coo
Amelia Peterson and Lois
Pin Siffina Plans Trip
To Dig Fossil Kemains
MAmhers nf Phi SIpTna. honor
ary scientific society, have planned
a trip to lXHiisvuie, iNeo., ior Sun
day. Arrangements have been
made to dig for fossil remains.
Tickets for the hike will be sold
for forty cents and may be se
cured until Friday afternoon at 6
n'rlnrV. An additional fee will be
charged for transportation.
Dime dances are held at the Uni
versity of Alabama where the pro
ceeds go to a scnoiarsmp iuna ior
NEW V-8 FORD
Now available for rent. All our ears
are equipped with heaters. Don't
forget our specials and the new de
MOTOR OUT CO.
1120 P St. Always Open B6819
lOo Per Line
Minimum 2 Lines
PLEASE return the pry tweed top
coat with "Hub ChlcnRO label In
aide to the Lost and Found depart
ment. This cont was taken ny
mUtske at the Homecoming party.
Where to Eat
FOR THE BEST meals and the best
prices fto to Mrs. Lush'a. 1204 P at.
Lost and Found
FOUND White rold plmses with oc
tagon lenses. Found In Former Mu
seum. Owner may claim by calling
at the Nebraskan office rnd paying
ror tnia aa
FOUND Freshman red cap.
FOUND Carlton college ring. Initials
and date "C. B. A. 1932" Inside of
ring. Please call at the Nebraskan
FOUND Pair of ladles' egg shell col
ored gloves. Owner may claim by
calling at the Nebraskan office.
FOUND A green and black fountain
pen. Owner msy call at Nebraskan
LOST Delta Gamma pin. Call Louise
LOST Ladies' brown coat belt. Call
Evelyn coe. a-waa.
FOUND Brown and white Eversharp
pencil. Found In Besscy Hall.
TWO graduate students or upperclaas
men of satisfactory character and ex
perienre cai: tirn their board by
leadership of boys' groups. Apply
Ward M. Gray. City Y. 1C C. A.
QUIET, warm south front room, mod
ern brick home. Gentleman. Garage
available, or free parking space if
, desired. 1434 A sU Call F5430.
We are told that even the wolf will kill its own
mate if its own life is endangered. Alaskan dogs
have been known to fight until death in order to
secure the food which might be gained from the
carcass of its enemy. Even the ants have their little
fights. If you don't believe this, consult the trans
cendentalist Thoreau. He has given literature a
beautiful description of the "battle of the ants
Man also finds that self preservation is often
necessary. Surely you must remember that stirring
and dramatic scene in "All Quiet on the Western
Front" when the German soldier and the French
soldier find themselves face to face in a muddy shell
hole in the center of a war ridden field. They
didn't flip a coin to see which was to die. No,
they fought it out. Each knew that one was to
live. Each knew that one was to die.
Campus publications find that self preservation
is also necessary this year. None need die if the
right support is given to them. Can you imagine
a university the size of Nebraska's and with an equal
amount of prestige, without any campus publica
tions whatever? We admit that it is not a pleasant
thought, but the truth is often what hurts the most.
Mr. Local Merchant is the good fellow who,
for the most part, makes these enjoyable publications
possible. His advertising dollar goes to pay the
many bills which these student businesses may con
tract. And when he spends his money for adver
tising, he expects results. It's up to every last one
of us, who desires the continuation of campus pub
lications, to see that the advertiser gets his much
If you want a good buyers guide, just ask at
any of the publication offices. They will be only
too glad to help the man who helps them. It's a
fight to the finish. Enlist now in this gigantic drive
for better results from advertising-which will mean
better campus publications and better values to you.
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