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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
OLIVER THEATRE Nov. 5
His lntolHgonco, his wondorful in
torprotativo powor, liin wldo oxnori
oncb, and his unflagging enthusiasm
mark him as tho foromost Amorican
OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS
8TATE SCHOOL WELL REPRE
8ENTED BY VARIED WORK.
A FINE ARTS EXHIBITION ALSO IS ON
Annual Display of Pictures Under Di
rection of Nebraska Art Associ
ation Promises to .Be Un
A great many of the
seen on the campus come
from this Store
Tho wise ono.s buy horo for loss. Yon
can't toll theso llfi Suits from othor 125
onen. GET WIS1S.
925 Q"St,klneclr. Nell
Tho unlvorslty Is to havo a prom
inent placo In tho industrial oxhibit
at tho Auditorium during tho mooting
of tho teachers' association. Tho unl
vorslty oxhibit will occupy tho entire
north Bldo of tho Auditorium and it is
intended to mako the oxhibit truly
representative of tho industrial work
boing dono at Nebraska.
This is tho first timo that an indus
trial oxhibit of this kind haB ovor
boon hold during tho meeting of tho
Stato Teachers' Association. Tho ox
hibit is In charge of the stato depart
ment of public instruction and will in
cludo work dono along this lino by all
of tho schools of tho Btato. Tho unl
vorslty oxhibit will cover moro spaco
than any other, it occupying the en
tiro north wall of tho Auditorium, and
as it Ih tho first time the unlvorslty
has gono into anything of this kind on
so largo a scale, it will afford an ex
cellent opportunity for tho visiting
teachers from over tho stato to ob
tain a good idea of what tho univer
sity Ib doing in tho lino of Industrial
Tho engineering part of tho univer
sity's oxhibit will includo as ono of
Its features a number of lathes boing
operated by students from that de
partment. Tho drafting work will bo
exhibited, both in tho designs and In
their oxocutlon. Tho department of
oloctrlcal engineering will put In a
high potential electric sign.
Another department which will bo
well represented is that of homo
economics. Thoy will give a largo dis
play of sowing, cooking and othor
formB of work by that department.
Besides this tho exhibit made by the
other departments of tho stato farm
will bo especially interesting. Thoy
will show a modol farm, with barns,
houses, n-iils, granaries, and every
thing that goes with afarn comploto
In miniature, together with tho loca
tion of tho samo'. Besides this they
will Bhow a model barn complete, a
modol school houso, and various other
models, nil of which havo been do
signed and constructed by tho stu
dents. Tho dopartmont of geology and
geography will also havo a rathor
largo oxhibit. Tho art department of
tho, unlvorslty will oxhibit a number
of spocimons in practical designing.
Thoro will also bo an oxhibit of tho
application of theso .deisgns in cur
tains, rugs and numerous articles of a
Tho Nebraska Art Association has
also announcod that their annual ex
hibition of paintings will begin No
vember 1. Tho Nebraska Teachers'
Association paid in a lump Bum to tho
art association for which tho teach
ers will bo onnbled to attend tho ox
hibit freo while in tho city.
Tho oxhibit tills year promises to bo
better than anything tho association
has ever secured. It will ast through
the month of November, which is ono
weok longor than tho tlmo lnBt year.
As tho exhibit comes considerably
earlier this year it will enablo the stu
dent body to tako advantage of it tho
ontlro time during which it is open,
'instead of ub heretofore having tho
tlmo of tho oxhibit fall largely within
tho ChrlBtmas recess.
Tho oxhibit comes to Nebraska from
Kansas, where It has been on exhibi
tion at tho university, and it will in
cludo moro than a hundred original
paintings by famous American nnd
foreign artists. Tho pictures are se
cured in tho enstern cities by Miss
Cora Parker, acting aB the agent of
tho NobraBka exhibit. Tho pictures
are picked up directly from tho
studios of tho artists, and includo
many paintings of enormous value.
Ono picture in tho oxhibit of last yoar
was valued at four thousand dollars,
and many of thorn run over ono thousand.
All studont8 doslrlng to try out for
the University TJramntlc Club will bo
given an opportunity to do so on No
vember 11 at 7 p. m. in tho Temple
theater. A list of suitable selections
will bo found pnBted In room U10G.
Tho secretary of tho club, MIbs
AHco Frum, will assign a time for
each person or group of persons to
try out If applications nro made out
next Tuesday from 11 to 11:30 a. m.
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