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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Entered at tlin poBtoulcn at Lincoln,
Nebranka, hh Hcooml-clasn mall matter
indor tho Act of Coiirxohh of March 3,
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1009.
With tho approach of tho final ox-
uinlnatioiiH a tendency to bocomo busy
with their HtiulloH Is notioonblo among
tho studentB of tho. unlvoi'Hlty. It Is
. a hopofu sign and ought to plonHo tho
There arc, of course, many ovlls con
nected with tho final examinations, but
these arc more than offset by tho good
they do, tho tests bringing a cessation
In the gay Hfo of ninny Htudonts. Tho
killing pace that these HtudentB keep
can only bo stopped by the fenr of
ralluro in school work. This period
of the somoster Ih practically tho only
time that many Htudonts do any ser
ious work, and If there wore no tost
of their knowledge in the subjects
whieh they are supposed to carry,
there would 1)6 nothing but ono com
plete round of the real gay Hfo from
tho opening of school in September
to the close In Juno.
For tho sake of their parents and
tho Rtudonts, themselves, tho final ex
aminations are a blessing in disguise,
Lot them bo continued.
AN ENGINEERS' NUMBER.
Tho Ibsuo of tho Dally Ncbrnsknn on
At the meotlng of tho studoiit
publication board yesterday, tho M
following resolution wns passed
ft unanimously and ordered pub-
llshod In tho Dally Nebraskam
"It is the sonne of-fho board
of studont publications that tho
Dally Nobrnskauhns boon con-
ducted withJapeclnl ability dur-
ing thoflrst somcBtor of this
yonr puif tho board takes tho oc-
cnBldn of tho resignation of Mr.
Elliott from tho edltorshln. and
-' Mr. Wallnco from tho business
manngershlj, to exi)ros8 Its -ap-
proval of tho rosults of tho hard
work bostowod upon tho paper
by Mr. Elliott and his staff."
Thursday, 11- Miss Helen Gregory on
the music settlement in New
Friday, 15 Non-Com Hop at Fratorn
Mooting of tho Grnduato Club.
Amos baskotball game 8 p. in.
Prof. Rudolph Tombo, Jr., on
"Pnrblval" at special convocation.
Temple, 5 p. m.
English club meets with MIhb Mil
ler, 1017 J streot.
Mooting of senior play committee,
U. 10G, 5 p. m.
Freo concert by cadet band, audi
torium, Tomple, 8:15 p. m.
Saturday, 1G Amos basketball game.
Informal dance 8 p. m.
Wednesday, 17 Y. M. C. A. mld-weok
meeting. A. L. Woavcr loads.
Frldnq,,22 Senior prom nt Lincoln
Drake basketball gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 23 Drake baskotball game.
Informal danco 8 p. m.
Monday, 25 Somoster examinations
Friday, 29 Sophomore Informal at
Kansas bdsketball gamo S p. m.
Semester examinations close.'
Saturday, 30 Kansas baskotball gamo
8 p. m. Informal danco.
Monday, 1 Missouri baskotball gamo
8 p. m.
Friday, 5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
Friday, 19 Minnesota ' baskotball
game 8 p. m.
Saturday, 20 Minnesota baskotball
game. Informal danco 8 p. m.
will bo ready to render them nt tho
Special palnri will bo taken lo havo
tho Lincoln annex beautifully decor
ated for tho occasion. Tho manager
of tho Lincoln has voluntocrod to lend
his aid to tho senior commltttio In fit
ting up the hnlPand Is willing to Btnnd
part of the oxponse so that tho hall
is Bitro to present a brilliant appear
nnco on tho night of tho prom.
Chnir.mnn Wellor declares that tho
seniors at this prom will havo the
best refreshments served nt any dance
this season. Ho says tho committee
has a surprlso In storo for thoso who
nttohd the dance. "Tho lunches nnd
Ices for tho danco," ho declares, "will
bo- somothlng new."
A large numbor of alumni aro ex
pected to bo In attendance nt this
dance. A special effort Is being made
to got out many or the Lincoln
A FREE CADET BAND CONCERT.
First of Two To Be Given in Temple
The flrBt of two eoncertB by tho
University or Nebraska cadet band
will be glvon in" the auditorium of th
Temple at 8: 15 o'clock Friday ovoning.
This concert will be froo. Tickets are
being given out by members of the
band now. Ray Harrison, bond mu
sician of tho organization, has a large
number of men, and they may be so-
curod from him until Friday evening.
If there aro any left at that time they
will be given out in tho lobby of the
Temple on the second lloor.
Tho cadet band Is enabled to give
this concert on account of tho liberal
support it has received from tho uni-
verslty. In past years It has boon
compelled to chnrge for Ub concerts'
in order to' buy music and Instruments.
This year, howeverthe university has
supplied it with liberal menus nnd it
has not had to take funds from the
university public. Another free con
cert will bo given in April.
The band this season is probably
ono of the best tho university has
ever supported and it Is expected lo
give a fine concert In tho Tomplo Fri
day evening. Director Hngenow, one
of the best muBlclnns in tho west, hrs
had charge of tho band for the last
four months and has put It in shape
to render music In nn excellent man
ner. All of tho pieces that will bo
played at the concert Friday aro new,
having been learned this winter.
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Friday will bo edited by students in
tho engineering department and will
bo nn "Engineers' Numbor." All of
tho oditorinl and news space will be
turned over to a committee from tho
engineering department, who will fill
It with live matter of general Inter
Tho Dnlly Cardinal prints an article
on tho tendency In colleges to curb
and "restrict tho woihen by requiring
Mrs. Chnporono to bo present in sea
son and out. One girl there is re
ported to havo said that If tho system
were made too strict, sho and "Bertie"
would learn Esperanto just to splto
"the horrid old chnperono." Quo of
the chnporonos is sponsor for tho .re
markable statomont that tho presence
of her kind Is "not Intended as a check
on the young people, but is to help
entertain the young man and to carry
on the copvorsntlon." "College men,"
she says, "are shy and embarrassed
wheu. with a young lady alono nnd
' need to be encouraged to tnlk."
A-1 co-ed at Minnesota Is after the
scalps, of t)ie Gophor boai'd there,
and has" a PInkerton man to help her,
Shp Jsf objecting to tho publication of
.a .snap shot recently takon of her,
vHiid , threatens that ir It Is published
sho tyIU bug the board for libel,
GET READY FOR 8ENI0R PROM.
Big Dance Will Be Held at Lincoln
In recent years tho senior prom has
been one of tho best dances of tho
season, but this year, If tho plans of
tho committee in chargo of tho hop
carry, It wHl be tho best dance of tho
school term In ovory respect, This
yonr tho danco will bo hold at tho new
Lincoln annex on Janunry 22 nt 8:30
To show .hnt It means business tho
senior prom committee hns engaged
Eddie Walt's full orchestra which
will play music selected especially for
this hop. Tho music will bo the lntost
.and best danCo pieces of tho eastern
season. In fact, practically alUof it
was secured In tho east during the
Christmas vacation. At that time a
member of the sonlor cIobs, traveling
in tho east, listened -to tlio Sufreltz
dance orchestra In New York City, and
secured tho names of tho best pieces
played by that organization. Copies
of this music were secured by this
senior and brought uncjc to Lincoln.
Thoso were offered to the- senior dance
committee 'and accoptod, Eddie Walt's
orchestra is now learning thorn and
Tho fourth students' recital of tho
University School of Music will be
given in the Temple theater, Thurs
day ovening, January 14th, at 8:00
o'clock. Tho public Is most coi'dially
Invited. Tho following program will
Polonaise, C sharp minor Chopin
Gypsy Danco, No. 1 Nnchez
Thy Beaming Eyes MacDowoll
I Hid My Love. D'Hnrdolot
Concort Etudes, Op. IG MacDowoll
Moto perpetuo '
Tho Birds at Their Matins... Do Lara
Morning Hymn ...... Henschel
Themo and Variations.. Tschaikowsky
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