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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Entered, at tho poatofllco at Lincoln,
Nenranka, nn necoml-cliiBH mall matter
iintlor tho Act of CotmrcBn of March 3,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1009.
LACK OF CHECK ROOM8.
Tho present cold snap has boon a
forcible reminder of tho lack of chock
rooms and lockors ,ln tho various
buildings on tho campus. Library hall
Is especially doflclont in this rospoct,
ami probably noeds roomy lockers
m6r han any other building nt this
school. Thoro is a check room in it
for womon but thoro 1b nothink of
that kind for men. '
This lack of chock rooms In Li
brary hall is a groat inconvonionco to
a great number of students who study
In tho library. Tho young men havo
no placo to loavo their coats and
books, and nro compollod to carry
thorn into tho library, whore thoy are
deposited In any placo thoro is room.
This1 placo too frequently is a table
or a chair that somebody wlshos to
uso. Hero wrapB, bookH, and other
things are piled so high and thick
that It is almost impossible for tho
number of students to bo accommo
dated that could bo If tho wraps, coats
and bookB were put in lockers main
tained, say, in tho basement of tho
Sultablo check rooms, or lockora
could be established on tho lower
floor of tho library hall that would
tako care of all tho coatB and books
that tho studentB would need to put
,Jamjary. . J
Tuesday, 2-HbonvooatltJn ''Tho Soif
1 dpi Instability. :pt tbo Jew," by
'ftathan BWo'ln. wf
Friday, IB Non-Corn Hop at Fratorn
Mooting of tho Graduato Club.
Amos basketball gamn 8 p. m.
Saturday, 10 Ames basketball game.
Informal dance 8 p. m.
Wednesday, 17 Y. M. C. A. mid-weok
meeting. A. L. Weaver leads.
Fridaq, 22 Senior prom at Lincoln
Drako basketball gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 23 Drako basketball gamo.
Informal danc'8 p. m.
Monday, 25 Somoster examinations
Friday, 29 Sophomoro Informal at
Kansas baskotball gamo 8 p. m.
Somoster examinations closo.
Saturday, 30 Kansas basketball gamo
8 p. m. Informal dance.
Monday, 1 Missouri baskotball gamo
8 p. m. v
Friday, 5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
Friday, 19 Minnesota baskotball
gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 20-pMfnnesota basketball
game. Informal danco 8 p. m.
it ' WT '
A sonlor at Brown wants tho an
nual to givo the addresses of the
momborB of tho senior class.
Tho Sidney Lanier socioty at Tqxas
1b getting out a year book. Tho so
ciety intends to establish a loan fund
for girls in tho university.
Tho now president of DoPauw will
be Inaugurated JuBt before comraonce
mont next spring.
A newly elected legislature In Kan
sas will attempt to get a bill through
forbidding fraternities in all tho state
Tho greater university commltteo a
Iowa has arranged for a Joint moot
ing of tho various county clubs, to
consider projects for extending the in
fluence of tho university over tho
Billy Clifford, who Is starring with
Maudi f Lambert, In "A Girl at tho
Holm," which appoars at tho Oliver
tonight, is ono of tho senslblo actors
who havo mado their success on tho
stage more than tho bubblo of an hour,
Clifford owns a thoater, and 1b the pro-1
prietor of .several vaudovillo attrac
tion's' as well. His playhouse Is tho
Clifford Thoater of Urbana, Ohloj
which Is his birthplace, and whoro ho
started his career as a bellboy In a
hotel, earning tho munificent salary
of $2 a week. Now Clifford Is re
garded as ono of the leading and moBt
influential citizens of tho town.
In tho palmy days of the old-time
circiiB, Clifford was ono of tho recog
nized loadors among tho successful
clowns of America. Ho left the white
tops for tho stago and gradually climb
ed the ladder until ho was selected to
be tho leading comedian of "A High
Born Lady," "Courted Into Court,"
"The Jolly Baron," "How He Won
Tho audience at tho Majestic laBt
evening had not recovered from its
merry mood of last weok, when the
NapaneeB mado their hit, and it ap
plauded often and long. Goldsmith
and Hoppe, comedy musicians, wore
the best act on last night's program.
Thoy played the xolophono so well
that thoy were forcpd to answer two
curtain calls. Lewis and Green, re
puted to have the best act booked
for this wook, were Bnow-bound In
tho Bouthorn part of Canada and wore
not able to appear last night. Thoy,
however, will roach Lincoln this morn
ing and will givo their act this after
noon. Some of tho acts that pleased
last ovoning wero: Norton, magician;
Leo Carillo, dialectician and mimic.
Tho vivascope views were better than
Enid May Jackson mado a big hit
at tho opening performance of "Tho
Girl with tho Green Eyes," at tho
Lyric last night. This is Clydo Fitch's
best comedy, and Miss Jackson in
terprets tho loading character with a
ilncsso that has beon shown only at
BUDD'S UNDERWEAR SPECIAL
$1.50 Cotton Ribbed Union Suits . . $1.15
ustt J mmmr $100 Wool Jhleeced, Two-Piece, a garment 75c
iJ4itO. TWOSTOTVLS 1415,0. v For a day-or two.
away. Thero are a fow plgepn holes
in tho basement now, but not many
students can loavo tholr books thero
with a feeling that thoro will bo thoro
when wanted. With gpod lockers a
rule could then bo mado forbidding
students to carry wraps and overcoats
into thio library. This would leave
m'oro room for students who want to
study at tables that are now often
filled with piles of coats and books.
Some day, perhaps, a kind-hearted
Individual without thinking much on
tho matter, will suggest to some other
Individual that these lockers are need
ed". ProWbly after that they will be
installed In many of tho buildings on
tbo campus. Let the blessings of all
the students, both girls and boys, bo
on the name of the man who shall do
this kind act.
George. Ado has. offered n prlzo of
twenty-five dollars for tho most fan
tastic collego yell offered for his play,
"The Fair Co-Ed' Tho contest to
' 'open to' any university Btudeht In the
j . Basket ball has been removed from
.to. .catpgpjy of Intqr-colleglato sport
.ajWBhington. Interest In the spori
jydnprslngHo such .an -extent, how-
.ty,?5,'.Jat.thf; faculty may reconBjiioi
Tho Rev. Frank - Crane,. university
preacher at Chicago, told tho seniors
recently that about one Instructor in
twenty knows how. to instruct and that
only one student .in every hundred
doos tho work required of him.
The Minnesota orchestra Is plan
ning for trips.
Tho Seattle Electric company will
start a course In the Unlvorslty of
Washington to teach tho co-eds the
proper method of getting off the car.
tlmeB thlB season in her great efforts
A list of tho winners of tho "Y" at
Yalo has been compiled. There aro
1331 men who have won tho letter in
football, baseball, rowing and track.
Tho election of Wilco as captain at
Wisconsin is questioned because one
momber of the team was absent from
the election. A vote was cast on his
proxy, but It haB been declared un
authorized. A now election may bo
The Borority girls at Kansas are
having a bard tlmo in 'trying to obej
tho rules .forbidding week, night calj
era and parties on weok nights. Every
thing iieems to como on a study high,
and oven the faculty is giving partietl
during the week.
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