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December 11, 1927 - Image 2

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THREE FROM HERE WILL ATTEND
STUDENT FEDERATION MEETINGS
Holding their third annual c,,onfer- coin, however, the three major sub-
ence at Lincoln, Nebraska, on Thu rs- ,sject,;, wichl will come 11p)[or iscus-
day, Friday, and Saturday of this slog are in no way associated with
week, students from more tIhan ltt t politics, being student government,
colleges and universities of the cotin- fr-aternities, and1 college athletics.
try -will meet for the sessions of the - ilb~ert will attend the meetings con-'
National Student Federation of Amer- corning frater nities, while Chamberlin,
ica to be held there at that time. Three will adldress the assembly on the stu--
students from, the University will at-, dent government; question.
tend the meetings, with Charles Gil- Besides the consideration) of stu(lent.
Bert, '28, representing the Student problems it is expected that. the Fed-
council, Cynthial-Hawkins, '213.-thie orat ion will again take upl the (Iues-
Women's league, and Jo Chamberlin, tioni of travel abroad and helping to
'28, managing editor of The Daily, who cement relations with foreign stu-'
has been invited to speak at the siee- dents.. Some delegates will be sent
sions on the subject of "Student Clov- from 1the convention to the annual

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V/e Cordially Invite You to Inspect
Our Stock of Fashion Jewelry

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erment."
The National Student Federation ofa
America, which met here early in De-
cember last year is an orgaunationj
of university anh[ college - student;
which had its inception as a movement
to hasten the entry of the U~nited
States into the World court th~ree(,
years ago. Its members are affiliated
with the C. I. E., or the "Confeder-.-
tion Internationale des Etudiantes"
which is an international group for
the promotion of student interehange
of thought and ideas.
This year at the meeting at U~n-

meeting of the Confederation Inter-
nationale des *Etudiantes next summer
and it is p~robable that arrangements
will be made for' a group of Eluropean
stnzdents to visit the United States
(luring the(- summer also.
More than 20 nat ions are represent-j
ed ini the international congress with
which t he National Student Federa-
tion is affiliated.l' ach of these na-1
lions has its owvn student organization,
founded since the war, which operates
in a. manner similar to that of the
Neat imiml Stiideni 1'Federat ionl of
Amierica.

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GOLD BEADS
NECKLACES
PENDANTS
BROOCHES
REAL STONE RINGS
BRACELETS
PEN AND PENCIL SETS

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A Small Deposit Will HOld Your Selection Until Christmas
-StaUte Street Jewelers.

CHRISTMAS GIFTS
GREETING CARDS

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with
ARCHIE MCHOLSON
A Quintette of America' s Finest Saxophone and
Trumpet Artists
~ ON THE SCREEN -
-A Great Incomparable Screen Bill
LAUGHS and THRILLS
PUNCH and ROMANCE
SNAP andHEART=THROBS

WITH BARBARA WORTH,
HAGNEY, MARY CARR,
GE RTiRUDE HOWARD

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new Denny. Dancing master-taxi driver-flighter-
sheik-A hero-a coward. But above all, a fighter with
a fighter's heart! You think' you know Denny! He'll
amaze you here. He'll triple thrill you as you've never
been thrilloed before!

-ADDITIONAL-
DOROTHY DE YORE PARAMOUNT NEWS
in NEW AESOP FABLE
"The Little Rube" MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA
NEXT THURSDAY -

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