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THE' DAILY NEBRASKAN
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WILL CONDUCT TOUR
DR. LEE8 WILL TAKE PARTY TO
EUROPE NEXT SUMMER.
TO BE EIGHTH ANNUAL TRIP
Number of Peoplo Taking Advantage
of These Trips Has Been
8teadlly Increasing Dur
ing Recent Years.
Dr. Lees has recently announced
that during tho vacation next sum
mor ho will tako another party for a
European tour. For several aummarB
Dr. Leos has boon conducting Eu
ropoan trips and has devoloped a
mothod of handling parties that has
Bpread tho roputatlon of "his trips be
yond tho limits of tho university, bo
that now a thing which originally
started as a university affair has bc
como ovon a state affair.
Tho tours were first suggested to
Dr. Loes by Chancollor Canflold In
1892 as a summor school idoa. Tho
first two or throo tlmos nono but
young men participated, but later on
tho ladlos began to go also. One sum
mer tho ontiro number woro ladles.
The tours aro particularly Intended
for students, tonchors and citizens of
Nebraska; not that outsider are
barred, but Dr. Loos makes no effort
to adVertlso tho fact that ho conducts
parties outside of tho state.
Tho number taking those tours has
gradually Increased. In 1907 thoro
woro twonty-Bovon and in 1908 tho
number had Increased to thirty-flvo.
Already applications have begun to
como in and about one-third of tho
eservations have been made for next
There are many reasons why it is
especially deBlrablo for anyone that
s contemplating a trip abroad to ar
ango to go with one of these con
ducted tours. Dr. Lees remains with
-he company from "port to port" and
does not turn them over to some
Dthor guide when they leave America.
Travoling in thlB way removes many
of tho moBt vexatious troubles of a
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foreign tour to tine unfamiliar with
tho experiences. Often the pleasure
pt a trip is greatly marred by the in
evitable worry and discomfort among
i strange peoplo, strange customs and
strange language. Ab most people
who go abroad expect to make only
one trip, their time and energy should
bo saved for sight-seeing, and not be
wasted either in planning or overcom
ing vexatious annoyances. Dr. Lees'
success has been duo to tho fact that
ho has made it posslblo for Nebraska
peoplo to take a European trip with
out these troubles.
Tho route planned prevents, the
traveler from visiting any places the
second time. Tho party goes by the
St. Lawrenco routo, where they enjoy
tho scenery for three days before they
pass to tho Atlantic.- Seasickness
seldom occurs, because of the previous
trip on tho river. The details of tho
Itineraries are so carefully planned
that travel with theso small parties
has becomo a science. Tho company
rldo in their own railway car, and
never travel at night or on Sunday.
Carriages and rooms aro always en
gaged beforehand so that thore may
bo no delay. ThlB 1$ especially desir
able, because tho summer travel in
Europe is very extensive and without
preparation tho traveler may find him
self very unpleasantly situated. Car
riage and automobile trips' aro fre
quently taken without extra cost or
waste of time. No steps are retracod,
as thocompapy sails homeward froYn
a southern European port via Gibral
tar and lands at Now York.
Tho tour for 1909 "will follow tho
8t. Lawrenco routo, leaving Juno 12,
and thon going to Scotland, England
and across to tho continent. From
horo tho party goes through Franco,
Germany, Switzerland, Italy and thon
to a point of particular tompornry In
terest, Sicily, and tho oarthquake do
stroyod Messina. At each of those
places a week or. ten days will be
spont under tho guidanco of Dr. Loes,
who from oxperlenco is thoroughly "fa
miliar with nil. points of interest In
this region.. Tho Journey homeward
will begin about August 25, sailing
from Palermo, and reaching Now
York early in September.
AIMED AT 3TUDENT8
(Continued from Pago 1)
sldercd as being in tho JiandB of the
treasurer as boom as tho appropriation
is made. ThlB leaves five per cont as
an allowance for delinquent taxoa.
Further than this, it is provided that
tho Htato treasurer shall Immediately
set aside for tho university tho gum
of $30,000 for.iiBe by tho univorslty,
this boing assumed to bo what is still
dnb from back taxes.
Tho passage of this bill will moan
that tho university ,can draw- on Its
fundB from tho treasurer without
waiting for tho collection through the
various county offices. Tho state
school will be able to pay salaries
when they fall due instead of being
forcod to issue vouchors payable at
somo time in the future when the cash
shall be on hand; as Is the present
Tho senate yesterday went into
committee of the whole nnd consid
ered tho bill petitioning for the ad
mittance of tho university to the list
of institutions benefitted by tho Cav
nogio pension fund for college 100011
ors. After a debate in which consid
erable opposition was developed on
the part of a few senators, the bill
passed. It will be now taken up by
the senate in foinlnl session and prob
ably passed. I will thon go to the
The general university appropri
ations will not bo in the form of -i
special university bill. They will in
stead form a part of the general state
appropriation bill which .will be
offered by the committee of the house
within a short time. '
FAVORS SUMMER BASEBALL.
Brown University Takes Stand for
Drown university has taken a stand
In favor of summer baseball for tho
students. This is certainly a com
Why not change tho rules as Drown
has done, and give the poor student
at least a chance to earn during va
cation thn mnYinv nnnnmn.i. n i
liege expenses? Collecre BtiiriontH Wrn
allowed tr. employ their skill In other
and, in somo cases, for less elevating,
pursuits, than baseball without boing
charged with degrading athletics.
Daseball 1b now so generally recog
nized as a vocation in which to earn
a living that if can be classed with
other callings of life. If the student
baseball player can earn more of his
colleges expenses in this way than in
working on tho farm or any of the
other jobs open to him during vaca
tion, thero is no good reason wiry the
opportunity should be denied him. It
is high time that this nonsensical rule
was abolished. -Daily Iowan.
Dally Nebraskan want ads aro tho
best advertisement for lost and found
articles, articles for sale, etc. Give
them a trial,
The Ridge Road club, a local club
at California, has been granted a
ciarter in Phlr 'Sigma Kappa
TO. GIVE TWO PLAYS
"MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE" AND
"THE AMERICAN CITIZEN"
DRAMATIC CLUB BEGINS WORK
The Monologulst, Walter Tripp, Has
Also Been Secured to Give a
8eries.of Selections frdnv
Tho Dramatic club has several new
plays under way which it intends to
produce In tho near future. "Mon
sieur Deaucaire" and "The American
Cltizon" aro plays which have made a
successful place for themselves on the
modern stage and will" furnish abun
dant opportunity' for artistic presenta
tion by the Dramatic club. These are
perhaps tho only plays which will be
presented by the club this season.
Work has been begun on both plays
and tho various parts have been as
signed. No doflnlte time has been de
cided upon, however, nt which the
plays aro to be given, but it is hoped
to produce thom in tho near future
The members of the club. are working
their parts into shape and the pre
sontation of tho first play dependE
upon tho rapidity with which the
work rounds into good form. The
first play to bo given will be "Mon
sieur Deaucaire," for which consider
able preparation has already been
made. This to bo followed some time
later by "Tho American Citizen."
Give "Monsieur Beaucaire."
Tho title role of "Monsieur Deau
calro" will be taken by Mr. Guy Mont
gomery and that of the leading ladj
by Miss Francis Gould. Tho plot of
the play is based upon the novel writ
ton by Dooth Tarklngton. It was thlt
play which received such unlversa
acceptance with Richard Mansfielc
taking, tho leading part. This will bi
the first appearance of "Monsieui
Deaucairo" before the university pub
Tho other play, "The American Citi
zen," which will be given some tlnu
In tho spring, is also under wa
although work on It will not be pushet
vigorously until after the first pr.oduc
tlpn is completed. This play isvalsL
new to the university. The list o.
characters has not been fully decldec
upon, but Mr. Sam Erskine will take
the loading part. This play is one in
which Nat Goodwin appeared some
years ago and is one of tho best h
which that actor has ever taken a
Monologulst to Appear.
The Dramatic club also announce
that they havo secured Walter Drad
ley Tripp to appear at the Temple
theater on March 9. This was done
.In connection with tho Phi Alpha Tau
fraternity, of Avhich Mr. Tripp is a
member. Mr. Tripp is a monologulst
of wide reputation. He is one of the
charter members of the Phi Alpha Tau
fraternity at Emerson college, at
which sch)ol tho fraternity was first
Mr. Tripp has acquired a reputation
for his artistic presentation of various
mastorpieces and is remarkable for
his versatility. He has" a large reper
toire of selections, among which may
bo mentioned selections from Shake
speare, Den Jonson, R. D. Sheridan,
Charles Dickens, Dernard Shaw, Au-
'gustus Thomas, and Henry Arthur
Jdnes. At the Temple theater lie will
give selections from "Martin Chuzzel
wit," taking up the entire evening
with the . rendition of extracts from
STUDENTS DISCIPLINE FELLOWS
California Honor System Works Well
Eight men suspected of cheating
during tho December examinations at
California were reported to the under
graduate students' affairs committee
and woro examined by the committee.
Three men confessed and were con
victed. Theso men aro to be required
to take re-examinations and havo
been placed on such probation that if
over again thoy aro detected cheating
they will bo Indefinitely suspended
from tho univoulty.
Tho remaining five men wore exonerated.
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