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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TODAY Mat. 2:30. TONIGHT 8:15
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Mat 25c to 10c. Eve 50c, 30c, 20c, 10c
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 14
Williams & Walker
IN "THE BANDANNA LAND"
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15
Tempest and Sunshine
ROWING fdlt MICHIGAN
AQUATIC SPORT LIKELY TO BE
TAKEN ON BY WOLVERINES.
NEW VAULTER P0R MAROONS
Stagg Gets Young Man From KanfiaB
City, to Enter Chicago Next
Month Has Record of 11
Feet, 3 Inches.
I Gleanings jf
(it a Majestic ticket ftvo.
C. H. Prey, llorlst. 113:5 O St.
WEEK OF DECEMBER SEVENTH
GERTRUDE DES ROCHE & CO.
DORSCH & RUSSELL
"The Musical Railroaders."
Songs and Acrobatic Dances
MISS 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.
Phono Hell (527. Auto
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.
ANN AllHOU. .71ch... Dec. UK Next
spring the University of Michigan
probably will add rowing to ItH lint of
athletic sports. This "bug" is .germin
ated through the damming of the
Huron river, affording the stretch ol
smooth water for training. Already
plans tor a clubhouse have been drawn
hy Architect l-orcli, negotiations nave
been begun for shells and other ne
cessary paraphernalia, and lines are
out for a coach. The mutter will be
submitted to the board of regents at
its next meeting
, CHICAGO. Dec. l(t. A new pole
! vaulting star will enter the University
jot Chicago next month, lie is Vincent
! Andrus of the Kaiusas City manual
j training school. He won the cham-
fpionsh'ip at the Missouri allej Inter-
.scholastic meet witli a record of ll
feet '.' inches to his event. He is also
a last high hurdler.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Dec. 1U. Inter-collegiate
football will be resumed
at Swarthmore college -next fall. This
agreement was reached at a joint
meeting of the committees, alumni,
faculty and board of managers this
afternoon. Immediate steps will be
taken 'to arrange a schedule conllned
to eight games.
NOTRE DAME. Ind.. Dec. ID. Man
ager Wood has arranged two home
games for the local live to be played
this week. Marlon club of Indian
apolis comes lure tomorrow night and
Rochester college team Saturday
IXDIANOLA, Iowa. .Dec. 10. Simp
son college will have a new gymnas
ium, according to Indications shown
by the number of subscriptions made
by students, faculty, alumni and
John Wright's, 114 South
lima. I'Ine shoes 1107
A free Majestic
ticket with each
till February 1 and a
tlckot for HO cents.
Max Meglitol, law MO, Is serving on
the Jurj in the law court this week.
Mother's Dining Hall. Good home
cooking. Prices from one cent up.
308 So. Eleventh St.
The schedule for practice fn girls'
class basket ball which was started
this- week is as follows: Monday,
juniors; i uesday, freshmen; Wednes
day, seniors; Friday, sophomores.
Classes meet at 1 o'clock on Tuesdays,
(ilrls who cannot practice on the day
set lor their class aro requested t
report at 1 o clock on one of tl
TO BE SUCCESSFUL,
GO ,MAD. '
is Cause j
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.
Chicago Man Alleges Insanity
A mild form of InsanltywaB glvon
as a recipe for success 111 life by the
Rev. Frank Crane In his address at
the University of Chicago. Music and
all kinds of high act were declared
classf d as kinds of Insanity by the
"To be truly successful In life, you
must go insaneon some one topic,"
he said. "Concentration of mind on
any one subject Is what is scientifically
termed as insanity. You can be a fair
ly successful business man or a poli
tician by oeing sane, but you cannot
really achieve success unless you de
vote yinirself to one thing to the ex-
and depend entirely on speed next cluslori of others, or In other words,
year. go tohiporarlly mad.
Coach Cochems of St. Louis univer
sity says he will give up heavy teams
Hat Pirrs 50c to $5.00 Veil Pins 50c to 3.50
Cuff Buttons 50c to 50.00 Tnt, Imnie HALLET 1b only on
Collar Buttons 25c to 1.50 . ... it . , .
Studs 25c to 100.00 eood BirtH nothing else, and you,
Beauty piiis. ........ .25c to 300 llH others, will appreciate receiving
Brooches 50c to 100.00 them.
Hallett, Jeweler Established 1871 1143 O
L. J. HERZOG
THE UH1VEBSITY MAN'S TAILOR
The finest work done and prices right
Call at our new store
12B30 O St.
All makes rent! with stand
$3 Per Month.
Dargalna in fesbullt Machines.
LINCOLN TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
Auto llfi&-BU 1181. 122 No. 11th
Do Your Washing
REGENTS ACT TODAY
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action on the recommendation of fhe
chancellor and the athletic hoard until
the proposed plan Is made plain to nil
members of the university.
"First That athletics In their na
ture are something which should bo
controlled by the students and yet be
subject to faculty regulation.
Ought To Be Heard.
"Second That the proposed change
should be presented to the student
body before final action is taken on
it by the board of regents.
"Third That the centralizing of the
control under. one man, as a director
of athletics, would not bo for the best
Interests of the university spofts as
"Fourth That the Hew method hus
been carefully worked out and secret
ly planned by faculty members of the
athletic board without the consent or
knowledge of the student members of
that body, and that the recommen
dation has been 'railroaded' through
contrary to the' wishes of tho student
Indlaria, Ohio and Illinois will de
bate in tho latter part of March, tho
Indiana negative team coming here.
The question 1b, "Resolved, That con
gress should Immediately provide for
tho strengthening of the navy."
"Paul, Elijah, Hosea and many other
VBIhllcal characters, were on many oc
casions declared Insane, nnd perhaps
they were. But tnls is no reflection
on their characters. It simply meant
that they devoted themselves to re
ligion and neglected everything else.
In the same way you can call every
famous painter, every famous music
ian, and every famous poet, mad. In
fact, genius is no more or less than
I once heard the celebrated Blind
Tom play the piano and I have nevor
since heard a musical selection so
beautifully and soulfully given. And
It Is generally known that Blind Tom
was. a blank Idiot.
"Tho question can be resolved Into a
mathematical proposition, thus: As
sanity is to madness, so is enthusiasm
to so-called respectability. And tho
man wno becomes tne greatest man
is the one with the most enthusiasm.
"I do not 'doubt that all of you have
great ambition. I have no uso for a
boy who in the depths of his heart
does not aspire to become president
of the United States or foreman of
tho grand jury on Judgment Day. Tho
best advice I can give you on how to
light, to strive, for your goal is to con
centrate yourself on one kind of ac
tivity, or in other words, go mad."
H. R. Cross, right tackle, has bqen
elected captain of tho Iowa team.
BULL DOG CAP
The PoPvlar College Can of
the Season a New Assortment
HE PRICE EACH
HEAD TO FOOT CLOTHIERS
Absolutely limit 80
Engineering Society Hop
Joint Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. Social
OLD MAIDS CONVENTION
- AT TEMPLE
FREE TO ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Saturday, Dec. 12th
7:45 P. M.
y. Lincoln Hotel Annex January 22, '09
Walt's Full Orchestra
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