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MONDAY NIGHT. JAN. 1fl
HENRY MILLER, A880CIATE
PLAYER I N
The Servant in The House
WED. MAT. & NIGHT, JAN. 20
A Bunch of Keys
WEEK OF JANUARY 11
P08T CARD ALBUM
In Tropical Songs
LEWIS AND GREEN
"Engineering a Cook"
THE THREE NEW80ME8
GOLD8MITH AND HOPPE
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Mats. Dally (Except Mon.) 15c, 25c
Every Night at 8:15 15c, 25c, 50c
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Twelvo weeks of unprecedented
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Presents tho High Class Comedy by
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Invitation of every University
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ADMISSION 5 CENT8.
Change of Program Mon. and Thur.
L. J. HERZOC
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Bargains In Rebuilt Machines.
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MIbs Sarah Hrbok, df tho Bohemian
department, left last night for Wilbor
to give a lecture under tho direction
of tho "Komensky" club' of that city.
Tonight she lectures at Crete before a
similar organization t
Tho Lindoll cafo is making an in
novation in their Sunday evening sup
pers in tho way of a special menu
prepared by one of Chicago's famous
chefs. MubIc is furnished by a four
pleco orchestra. Tho management is
catering especially to university stu
dents. Tho senior play tryouts will bo hold
in U. 106 February 8, from 7 to 10
p. ni. A book of tho play is to bo
found at tho reserve decks in tho li
brary, from which to copy the parts.
Full particulars are enclosed In tho
pianuscrlpt. All seniors aro urged to
Professor Shinek of the Iowa state
university is giving a number of lec
tures in the state and will stop in
Lincoln for a few hours January 17.
While hero ho' will bo tho guest of the
"Komensky" club.- The professor Is a
favorite with tho students and slnco
tho organization of tho club here has
paid It annual visits.
Professor Caldwell, following out the
example sot by tho' heads of sevoral
other departments In tho university,
has handed In a" few corrections of
Dean Davis' tables on tho American
history department aB published in
tho report to tho Chancellor Pro
fessor Caldwell's figures and those In
the Dean's report aro as follows:
Professor Caldwell's Figures.
Hrn. Reg. Hrs.
First Sem., 1907-08.. 33 343 923
First Sem., 1908-09.. 33 436 1,143
Sal's Hrs. Hr.
First Semr, 1907-08.. $5,200 923 $5.64
First Sem., 1908-09.. 6,700 1143 5.00
Dean Davis' Figures.
Hrs, Reg. Hrs.
First Sem., 1907-08.. 30 220 734
Sal's- Hrs. Hr.
First Sem.. 1907-08', .$5,600 734 $8.00
WHAT GRADUATES DO.
(Continued from Pago l)
Electrical Engineering In tho Case
School of Applied Scionco. ,
Average of Twenty-five Men.
Tho dopartmont has for tho past
two yoars graduatod an average of
twenty-five men, which 1b about
double tho output of preceding yoars.
Tho present graduating claim will bo
in oxcosb of thirty.
A very high porcentago of thoao
graduating from tho dopartmont Is to
bo found In tho profession; Iobb than
2 per cent going Into other linos of
Notwithstanding tho Blump In West
inghouBe, which temporarily throw n
number of tho electrical engineering
graduates out of employment last
year, all are at proaont provided with
desirablo employment In electrical
lines. In fact recont Inquiries for our
graduates, six men being doslrod by
one concern alone, to becomo undor
ftudy salesmen, havo met with the
inability of the department to namo
candidates by virtue of tho fact that
no ono appears to be unemployed. i
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THE PROP08ED 80CIETY.
Linocln, Jan. 14. Editor of Daily
Nebraskan: I notice in tho columns
of your paper that a movement Is on
foot to establish a society in tho
Junior class to correspond with tho
Innocents. It seems to mo that an
attempt to inaugurate such an organ
ization is absurd, unnecessary and im
It Is absurd, because the movement
as Inaugurated by President Byerts,
has no purposo. The society, as sug
gested by him, was to bo "similar to
tho Innocents." Similar in what way?
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sale of odds and ends, but Includes
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The Innocents were organized for tho
purpose of promoting university activ
ities. Does the proposed Junior soci
ety ' intend to take away from the
Innocents, in any measure, the duties
attributed to that socloty by precedent
of years? I hope not.
Perhaps the Junior society Is pro
posod merely as an assistant, as It
w.ore, to the Innocents? It will ho
noted that one of tho purposes of tho
Innocents is tho organization of uni
versity activities. One society as an
executive head to carry out such ac
tivities is enough. "Too many cooks
spoil tho broth." Tho Instant a sec
ondary society persists in forcing- Its
sorvlcos on the student body, perfect
Surely it is not tho purpose of any
over-zealous junior to interfere with
tho excellent organization of tho In
nocents havo had established for so
Having no purpose, there can bo
no need of such a Junior society. But
supposo there were a purpose, there
still would bo no need. Tho senior
society so far has 'demonstrated that
it is efficiently able to promote, or
ganize and control such Bchool affairs
as lie, within the province of such an
organization. Tho Innocents do not
represent' any class, they represent
the whole school. .Such could never
be said .of a junior society from tho
yery nature, of tho fact that thoy aro
If It 1h true, as I havo attomptod to
Make clour, that tho proposed Junior
society has no purpose, nnd is un
nocosBary, then It goes without say.
ing that It is impracticable
But buppobo It 1ms a purposo, and la
nocoBBury, It will Bttll bo Impractic
able, for tho right kind of men will
not be elected to it to mako it prac
ticable. I say UiIh, bccaiiBo in many
instances Btrong mon do not dovolop
till woll into thoir Junior year, whllo
tho wouid-bo-poiltlclan and tho graft
or aro In evldonco from the very
UrBt. Mon chosen for tho Innocents
nre oloctcd by students who aro Just
about to bid farowoll to their Alma
Mater. It would be vastly different
In tho enso of a Junior socloty, In
which the mon choson would atlll bo
in thoir Bophomoro year (think of pick
ing Htrong mon from n Bophomoro
class) and tho choosers would be mon
likely to havo intcrosts of Bchool
dimmed by over-shadowing intoroflts
of class and self. As tho mon aro,
bo would bo tho organization.
I do not wish to appear to bo offer
ing this In tho spirit of "knocking,"
but it aoomB that a littlo thought will
.i., ,,,'- inn . t, ;: l;:u :; ,i, ;gx,,Tm
vmu '- fuoranasi.ii.iir-irrrrr Wi(7r
Bhow that I am correct In my fears
that Buch a proposod Junior socloty
would be purposeless, would be a
hlndranco rather than a help, and can
not accomplish any definite end.
J. R. M.
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GreduattWnttiiKtlan It offered In the Graduate School, ot
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Profcatlonal Inttructloa It offered In the Dlrlnlly Alio. I,
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