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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1907)
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WAFFLES Mrs. Day. Sam's Cafe.
, " January.
Juniors meet, 11 arm., U 208.
Sophomores meet, 11 a. m., Memor
Dramatic, Club, 11 a. m., U. 102.
Prof. Sosey in readings from Shake
speare and Kipling.
'VYinual meeting of Nebraska His
torical Society tn Art Room, LI
Thursday, 17. -
Annual meeting of Nebraska. His
v, torical Society in Art Room L.I
i'r,bhfry,','HttlK -" ''' " ."'wtj v .
"Meeting of Old Pioneers' Associa
tion in Art- Hall. ;
Friday, 18. V,w ' ''
' Musicjit iQoi.ivocatlon. ' ' ' -T .
The Ofricors' Hop 'af Frateniit.y Hall.)
Swedish Dancers in Memorial Hall!:
;it 8 p. in. College Settlenfent(
Snturday. 19. ,i
English Club meets at University!
Women's building, Twelfth and O',
streets, 8:15 p. m. j
Y. M. C. A. dinner at St. Paul's'
church at 0 p. m.
Nebraska vs. Iowa. Basket-ball In,
Armory at 8 p. m.
Thursday, 24. t
Walter Bradley Tripp in "Ilenry
.- IV., In,,MemorIal Hall at 8:15 p.j
m.', under' auspices '6f Dramatic'1
Friday. ,85. ' . ....,,,.
"Freshman Hop at Lincoln HoteL '
Monday, 28. ' ' ' '
Final examinations , for first somes-
ten' begin. .'' V. ,4t
Tuesday, j29. " r
Walter .Bradley Tripp, Monologuist,
(Continued from pago 1.)
Its idealistic fairy lore, together with
Its superb naturalism, seem to have
taken the people of Europe, and espq
dally those of Germany, by storm.
In concluding his address, Professor
Tombo pointed out the great influence
of Shakespeare, Goethe, and Ibsen
upon llHUptmann's writings, particu
larly that of the Norwegian dramatist,
whose Influence was greatest of all,
A HARD GAME.
Contest With Iowa to Count for Cham
pionship of Conference.
The basket-ball game between Ne
braska' and Iown, to' bo played next
Monday evening In the Armory, will
be Intel ostlng to all devotees of
basket-ball, not simply becauso it Is
the first contest with one of tho Corn
buskers' keenest rivals which has
been played in a. number of years, but
because tho final score will count In
the race for the championship or the
recently formed Conference League.
At the tmie of the formation of the
League, Nebraska, and Iowa were do
barred from membership on the
grounds that they woro at such a dls
tiiiice, from tho other schools which
compose tlip League by right of prior
ity that two "games apiece with terniB
from each of then! would bo practical
ly impossible. At the same time,
however, both the HawkoytiH and the
Cornhuskers were given to Under
stand that the scores of whatever
games could bo arrnnged with Con--ference
teams would count for the
League championship. Both Nebraska
and Iowa have games scheduled with
such teams, and therefore the con
test between the two outsiders will
have a significance beyond the mere
struggle of the evening.
On nextMonday evening Nebraska
shouldinake tho first blow on the
wedge which will open tho way to tho
iiamplonshlp of tho Conference
League. To accomplish this it is nec
essary that tho team shall Jiavothc
body aiajvholeind Manager Eager
is making a special plea for an at
tendance which will strain the Armory
to its utmost.
As a courtesy to the visiting team
and for the pleasure of those who at
tend the game, Manager Eager has
prepared for a Basketball Informal Im
mediately after tho game In Memorial
Hall. There will be a good orchestra
in evidence and the floor will bo in
tho best, possible condition. One
price bf admission will admit to both
the game and the dance and it is hoped
t;hat thore will be a vigprous demon
stration of genuine Nebraska spirit
jfrom the time the Iowa team 'appears
on tho floor until tho last strains of
j'Home, Sweet Homo" are played by
A SERVIAN NEWSPAPER.
Curious Periodical From Belgrade
I Arrives at the- University.
! The University library recently re
ceived a very Interesting newspaper
printed In the Servian language, de?
Voted entirely to an account of tho
(new National University of Sorvin.
Amid great festivities this first up!
verslty of Servla was dedicated at
Belgrade. The paper gives cuts of
jthe different buildings, and also prints
telegrams of congratulation received
during tho ceremonies. It is a shame
Uhe periodical cannot be had at the
Library reading table. .
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