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Today, Mat. 2:30.. Tonight 8:15
By Clyde Fitch.
Mat, $1.00 to 50c. Night, $1.50 to 50o
Thanksgiving, Matinee and Night
Haviland's Merry Makers
Fri., 8at. and 8at. Mat. Nov. 26-28.
Opera "Toklo" and 8even High Class
Prices ?S, 50, 35 and 25c.
A Big Thanksgiving Week Program
Beginning Mon. Night, Nov 23.
and His College Girls.
THE GREAT HENRIFRENCH
CHA8. C. BURNHAM & CO.
Presenting "After tho Election."
MURRAY K. HILL & CO.
Presenting "Tho Last Survivor."
Tho Girl Behind tho Drum.
Tho Burnt Cork Pianist
TALES OF A SEARCHLIGHT
Mats. 2:15, Tues., Thur. & Sat.
Every Night 8:15.
Prices 15, 25 and 50 Cents.
Lincoln's Cozy 8tock Theater.
Special Thanksgiving Week Pro
gram. Commencing Mon. Night,
The Beautiful Rural Comedy Drama
OUT OF THE FOLD
With Gorgeous 8cenic and Electri
cal Effects Will Be Presented
THE FULTON STOCK COMPANY
Extra Matinee Thanksgiving Day
Mats. Wed., Thurs. and 8at.
Prices 15 and 25 cents.
1329 "O" 8treet.
1330 "O" 8treet
LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE CITY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of every University
of Nebraska student.
ADMI88ION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
1. J. HERZOG
THE UNIVERSITY MAH'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our now store ,
J330 o St.
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DEAN POUND SPEAKS
TELL8 OF PECULIAR FEATURE8
OF NEBRA8KA LIFE.
SPENT MANY YEARS ON CAMPUS
Thanksgiving Musical Program Is Ap
preciated by a Large Crowd
Prominent Musicians Aid
in Giving It.
Not only was tho usual Thanksgiv
ing musical program given yesterday,
but an address was given by Dean
Roscoo Pound of Northwestern uni
versity. Dean Pound was formerly
dean of the law school at tho Uni
versity of Nobraska and was ono of
tho most popular professors in tho
university when ho was here. Ho
spoke briefly -as follows:
"It has been suggested to mo that
I write something giving my im
pressions of Nebraska as seen by an
outsider. I fool rather qualified, how
ever, to give my impressions of out
side as seen by a Nebraska man. I
was on the campus when Professor
Caldwell graduated, and when Pro
fessor Fosslor was appointed an in
structor in German. In ract I might
almost say that boforo Besscy and
Sherman were I was.
Thjngs Noticable Here.
"There are several characteristics
of Nebraska, however, that havo
struck mo and that I wish to speak
of. I might dlvido these in threo
distinct characteristics: First, the
attitude of tho -instructor to tho. Btu
dont; second, the attitude of the btu
dont to tho instructor, and third, the
relative Importance of the class room
and tho ball room.
"At Nebraska tho faculty seems al
most to exist for tho students. Thoro
are places where the students seem
to exist for the good of tho professor,
but it is not so hero. Few realize
the difference between an institution
where every energy , is directed to
wards tho good of tho students and
ono where it is not. It is no wonder
that Nobraska has sent forth the
scholars that it has. Whilo It is a
great thing for tho professor to bo
able to point to tho volumns upon his
desk that ho ha8 written, it is an even
Now Process Gillotto's Blados
mako shaving a ploasnre got tho
old stylo boat a mile Dollar a doon
HALLETT, JEWELER "3
greater achievement for him to bo
able to point to tho scholars that ho
has sent forth.
"Tho attitude of tho student nt Ne
braska Ib rather peculiar. It is us
ually considered that whatever tho
Instructor suggests Is evidently
wrong. The student's attitude Is that
ho must bo convinced tlrtTt tho in
structor's motives and purposes arb
good boforo ho will accept them. I
supposo this la to bo explained on tho
ground that wo havo been spoiled by
tho men who are laboring for our
good In this quiet way.
Value of 8ocial Life.
"From tho conditions which exiBt at
many schools I am tempted to won
der whether or not tho educational
feature Is not a more appendage of
tho social life. This Is not truo at
Nobraska and has' never been. Edu-
"ballon "Ib something of vastly, more
moment than anything else. I hope
the attltudo of treating tho university
as ai ground for social pleasure may
taever gain a foothold at tho Univer
sity of Nebraska."
Tho musical part of the program
was especially fine and consisted of
selections from Handol's Oratlp, Ju
das Maccahaous, by tho university
chorus, , with Mrs. Holyoke, Mrs.
Hummel, Mrs. Eastorday and Mr, Mil
ler. Fred Dorman, '01, of Denver, will
be married to Miss Smith, of Lincoln,
this evening. Mr. Dorman was for
two years after bis graduation an in
structor In mechanical .engineering
and drawing at tho university. He Is
now with tho American Bridge Com
pany of Colorado.
jjK Gleanings W
C. H. Froy, florlHt, 1133 O SL
See those penants, 340 No. 11th.
Football number of Nobraskan out
Bookman Bros. Flno shoos. 1107
Tho football number of tho Daily
NqbraHkan will bo issued tomorrow.
Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Tho botany department has ordored
a now electric lantern for tho lecturo
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. William Ramsoy, '07, Is visiting
with his fraternity brothers at tho Phi
Kappa Psl houBe.
Wo have a few pennants at a spe
cially low price. 340 No. 11th St.
Prof. Alice Howell will presont tho
"Lion and the Mouso" at the Peru
normal college Decembor 1.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dontlst, 202
Prof. WllBon of tho law college and
Former Dean Pound delivered papers'
before tho stato bar association yes
terday. Have your clothes pressed at
Wobor's Suitorium. Cor. 11th and O.
Tho cadet battalion will assemble
at 1 o'clock this afternoon in tho ar
mory to go to tho farm to appear
before a moving picture machine.
Green's barbor shops, Tho Club
house and Colo-McKonna, 1132 O.
The football number of tho Daily
Nobraskan will contain Wn pages bo-
Buy him a Gillotto Razor for
$5.00 to $15.00.
sides the beautiful cover. It will sell
for llfteen cents and will bo out to
.morrow. Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh SL
A fine package of seaweed has boon
rocolved for tho herbarium of tho hot
any department. It Is part of a sot
prepared by Collins, Holden and
Come today or you will not seo that
special line of Fraternity pennants.
The University Book Store.
E. W. Burnett of Brown university
was on tho campus a few days ago
and tolc occasion to tell how much
the students of Brown thought of
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Miss Lyle Davis left yesterday for
Cincinnati, where she will attend the
annual convention of the Alpha Chi
Omega house. Miss Bardwell accom
panied bor. Alpha Chi Omega was
the new sorority recently established
Professors E. W. Davis, A. Iv Candy,
C. C. Engborg, C, W. Bronko and H.
Tv Johnson of the department of math"
amatlcs, will attend the meeting of
the American Mathematical society
held at Lawrenco, Kansas, during the
Thanksgiving recess. - Prbf. Davs ami
read a paper entitled "Imaglnarypb
tersectlons ot the Exponent Curyo."
Prof. Brenke will read one on "Trans
formations of Infinite Series."
Here you are girls, one of the season's best
novelties. ) 0, ,
The new London Smoke Cloth Top Patent
Leather boot. The stylish Knob Toe on a new
last, button style, at a pair, $3.50.
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Head to Foot Clothers
With Motion Picture)
PALESTINE jmmm HOLLAND
Saturdiy Evanlng, JHJ (north)
Novimbir 28 yJaWaBaUBam Friday EvimIri
Thoso nre all ontiroly now lectures gathered by Mr. Roberson daring tho
Tho Motion-Picturo Machine is also a now feature, and will add "much
to tho enjoyment and inloreBt of tho Conrso. ,
LECTURES WILL BE GIVEN IN ST. PAUL'S
CHURCH ON ABOVE DATES '
Tickets for Courso (4 Locturos) including Reserved Seat, $1700. Single
admission 80 cents. First Lectnro is Saturday night.
TICKETS pN SALE AT SANDERSON'S
SuiU Clnntd and Prttud Only $1.50 Pr BotHi
We make a specialty of new suits made right here in
our own shop
H. SMITH, TAILOR
' 1515 O Auto 5228
WE WANT YOUR FRAT TRADE
We can gire you the best
Capital Grocery MJPfflg 1435 M St.
$20 and up
prices, best goods, best .service
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