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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FRI. & SAT., DEC. 11-12
TWO MATINEE8 & TWO NIGHTS
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Mat 25c to 10c. Eve 50c, 30c, 20c, 10c
Williams & Walker
in "the bandanna land"
Tempest and Sunshine
WEEK OF DECEMBER SEVENTH
GERTRUDE DE8 ROCHE & CO.
DOR8CH & RU88ELL
"The Musical VtallroadettJ."
Songs and Acrobatic Dances
MI88 MURIEL WINDOM
The Charming Little Prima Donna
YORKE & CRAWFORD
MATS. 2:15 Tues., Thur. and Sat.
Prices 15c and 25c.
Eve. 8:15 Prices 15c, 25c and 50c.
Week Commencing December 7, '08
THE FULTON STOCK CO.
In the Military Comedy Drama
In Four Acts
THE BLUE AND THE GREY
Doors Open at 7:30 P. M. Curtain
at 8:15 Matinees Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 2:30
Seats Reserved 1 Week in Advance
Box Office Opens at 10 a. m.
Prices Mat. & Eve. 15c and 25c.
1329 "O" Street.
1830 "O" Street
LATE8T AND BE8T
IN THE ClfY.
The Management extends a cordial
Invitation of evlry University
of Nebraska student.
ADMI88ION 6 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur'.
L. J. HERZOO
THE UIHVErltlTV MAM'S TAILOR
The finest vrk done &d prices right
Call at our new store
1E30 O St.
All makes rented with etnl
$3 Per Month.
DsxgslBB la 'Rebuilt Machines.
.LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANQI
PROGRAMS ARE MADE
8IGMA XI ANNOUNCE8 MEETINGS
. FOR THE YEAR.
WILL BE POPULAR IN NATURE
Profersor Arthur Webster of Clark
University Will Be Present and
Will Give Three Addresses
to the 8oc!ety.
The complete program of the pub
lic meetings of Sigma Xi to be bold
during tho year nan been unnouixoud.
Four meetings havo boon scheduled
for the year at which both local and
outside men prominent In tho scioru
tlflc world will make addresses. TheBc
meetings are aimed to be of such a
nature that they will be of value to
the average well educated man and
not simply to technical scientists.
In this work Sigma XI Is making
the effect of its work broaded than
the mere lines of its society and Is
aiding tho gcnoral progress of scien
tific Information In tho university.
Sigma XI membership Is considered
as oiie of the highest honors which
can bo obtained In the university, as
admission can only be obtained as a
result of a demonstration of scientific
ability of a high order.
Program of Meetings.
The programs for the meetings are
Friday, Decombor 11, 1908 Pro
feasor Lawrence Brunor, subject, "Tho
Introduction of Some ' insdct 'Posts,"
with lantern slides; Professor C. It.
Richards, subject, "A New Entropy
Temperatue Diagram," with lantern
Friday, January 15, 1909 Dr. H. D.
Ward, subject, "The Life and Works
of Darwin," celebrating tho 100th an
niversary of Darwin's birth and the
50th anniversary of tho publication of
his "Origin of Species;" Professor R.
A. Emerson, subject, "The Inheritance
of Color In Plants and Animals."
Three addresses on April 11, 12 and
13 by Dr. Arthur J. Webster, head
professor of physics in Clark univer
sity. Friday, April 2, 1909 Professor
Samuel Avery, subject, "Tho Testi
mony and Properties of Asphalt and
Its Adaptability as a" Paving Material."
Professor George Chatburn, subject,
"The Testing and Properties of Pav
Webster Will Speak.
Tho most Important lectures of tho
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series will be those by Professor
Webster. While two of these will bo
so technical as to bo of little interest
to the average student it is hoped
that ho will give one popular lecture
which everyone can attend. Profossor
Webster graduated from Harvard in
1885 and studied for tho next four
years in Berlin, Paris and Stockholm.
He was awarded the Thompson prize
in 1895 for experimental research on
tho period of electrical oscillations.
Ho is the author of a mathematical
treatiso on tho "Theory of Electricity
and Magnetism;" "Dynamics of Par
ticles and of Rigid, Elastic Fluid Bod
ies;" "Lowell Institute Lectures on
Electricity and Ether," and many pa
pers on physics.
The program which has been ar
ranged for April 2nd is of especial im
portance to Lincoln people as it is
a practical discussion of paving prob
lems. An attempt will bo made to
make It as practical and easily com
prehensible as possible.
Chicago is in danger ot-loslrfj the
Field MiiBeum, which waB provided for
in tho will of the late MarsuoTl Field.
The gift aggregated $8,000,000, and
was conditioned upon a sito being so
cured within six years. If this condi
tion is not mot, (the amount reverts
hack to the estate, and not only yill
Chicago suffer a great Iobs, but the
-whole country, &b 'such a museum
would be ot great benefit to all.
Got a Majestic ticket froo.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O BL
Dance music. Phono Doll G27. Auto
Chapin Bros, florists, 127 So. Thir
teenth. Eat at John Wright's, 114 South
Bockman Brua. Fine shoos. 1107
A froo Majestic tlckot with each
Tho "Rag" till February 1 and a
froc Majestic tlckot for GO conte.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dontlst, 202
Havo your clothes pressed at
Weber's Sultorlum. Cor. 11th and O.
Why not take your bath at Chris
bath house, Elovonth and P stroots?
Tho Union Literary society will not
moot Friday evening, owing to the
Mother's Dining Hall. Good homo
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St
J. E. Carrol, law Ml, is In Minne
apolis on a visit. He will leave for
New York this week, where ho will
engage in the engraving business.
Lydu S. Rick, law '10, who was re
cently married, received the congratu
lations of the laws yesterday and
passed around thb cigars in honor of
Tho membership committee of tho
Y. M. C. A. met Tuesday evening and
decided to make a canvass for fifty
new mombers before tho holidays.
Tho membership of the committee will
ulso be Increased.
All students who wish to attend tho
corn show at Omaha on Friday will
be excused from their classes that day.
There will bo no special rates. A
train will leave the Burlington depot
at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow.
Tho mathematical seminary will
meet Friday, Decembor 11, at 4:30 p?
m.r in M. 302. The program will be:
"Conditions for Imaginary Rook in a
Typo of Biquadratic Equations," Prof.
A. L. Candy; "A Note on tho Differen
tiation of Definite Integrals," H. T.
The now pianola which tho Y. M.
C. A. have boon contemplating pur
chasing was bought and delivered yes
torday. It is a Stuyvesant piano and
piano-player combined. It is an Instru
ment of fine quality and has been
placed in tho Y. M. O. A. rooms free
to the use of all students. It can not
bo played, Ivowover, without first re
celvlng instructions as to its use, nor
while classes are being held in the
Temple high school,' which is situated
immediately beneath tho Y. M. C. A.
Walter Eckersall, the former Chi
cago university star quarterback, may
coach the' Wabash squad next season.
Basket ball is occupying tho atten
tion of the Chicago athletes since tho
close pf the foot ball reason. Owing
to a recent conference ruling; Chicago
is enabled to use her old captain and
contor, "Long John" Schoramor, for
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