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THE, DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Mr. Tim Murphy
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Eve. $?. 50 to 25crMaTT$TO0tc25ir
Wed. Mat. and Night, Jan. 26
THE TIME, THE PLACE AND THE
Mats., Wed and 8at. 16c and 25c.
BEiNNINGJMOJDAY, JANX .17.
Chas. H. Hoyt's Political Satire
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LABOR TEMPLE BENEFIT
Monday Evening, Jan. 17.
Next Week "An Innocent 8lnner."
WEEK 8TARTING JANUARY 17
M'CONNELL &' SIMPSON'
FOUR DANCING BUG8
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Matinee at 2:30. Evening at 8:30
15c and 25c 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Phones: Bell 936, Auto 1528;
I' SELECT PITTS' SELECT
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FRIDAY AND MONDAY
''Ladle Fe Monday
16th and O St. Auto 5405
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LJ. HERZOG 1230 O St
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Th Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th 'and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks, at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
All makos rented with stand $S
per Meath. Bargains in ,
LlHCtlri TyMwrilir EitlnHp
4 Auto4155. Bell ilSl,-422No. 11th .
CN!reyrnorl8t, 1133 O street.
Tho SwedlBhCcfu'b will meet this
'evening nt 8 o'clock nt 2135 ,K street.
Ent at Don jGameron's Cafe, '1 1.1 ID
So. 12th street.
Alpha Omlcron PI will entertain at
n honso party this evening. '
Green's. Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Nrilth - - -
Monarch Pool Hall nnd Bowling
Alleys, 1134 N.
Alpha Thota Chi gave a party- nt the
chapter house last evening. . Twenty
couples were present. .
Chapln Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
The senior claaB yesterday olected
J. A. Scotney and V. M. Byerls to
the Interclass debating board.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum. Auto 1708.
Tho department or botany recent
ly received two largo boxes of appara
tus to be used In tho laboratories of
Try a lunch at tho Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Wnnted 'A room mnto. ' Address
bo$ 1185 Sta. A. 04-3t
Wanted 25 Cornhuskors. per day.
Townsend. ' C7-10t
Mr. Brethouyer 5f Lincoln recontly
found 6cmo Interesting and rarq
leaves In an old book which was print
ed In Holland. These leaves ho pre
sented to t,hc department of botany.
I cure headaches,
ticlan, 319 No. 12th.
G. W. Howe, op-C7-8
Havo you seen the "Sorority Panel"
by Townsond? Something- now and
most attractive. A (17-10 1
Don't forget we teach you how to
dance. Lincoln Dancing Academy.
Mr. Townsond urgos as many 'Corn
huskers as possible to havo their sit
tings during tho week and avoid the'
crowd on Saturdays. G7-104
Come to Lincoln's "8elect Dancing
Notice Is hereby given that any 'sub
scriber who wants his subscription
discontinued at the end of the present
semester must notify the management
of the Nebraskan of that fact; other
wise his copies will continue to b'e sent
to Station A, and he will be charged
with c next 8B7mnrter,. subscription."
Ealldrcp take his papers from Sta
tion A will net constitute such notice.
This requirement Is simply made to
protect the management from loss, as
Ihe potsofflce furnishes no records of
papers which are not called for. A
moment's thought will show the tieces
Blty for this request, Vnd If subscrib
ers will act accordingly, the manage
ment will he saved a considerable
amount of expense and trouble. G37t
LIKE8 "GRADE-HOUR" 8Y8TEM.
North Dakota Professor Agrees to the
& Plan of Dr. Bessey.
in n rocent issue or tho Univorslty
Journal appeared an article by Dr.
BosHoy- of tho dopartmont of bdtany In
which bo again .advocated iho plan
of ' tho "grnde-hour" systom. A ro
cent communication from J. E. Boyl'o,
1900, professor of economics in tho
University, or North Dakota statoB that
this system has boon In v'oguo" in, that
school for some tlmo an that It has
met with exccllout success.
Tlils system provldoB for tho equali
zation of tho standings on a definite
'proportion according to tho ability of
tho student. By this plan tho 'poor
Htudent must mako a required numb or
or polntu and not a required nnmbor
of hours for graduation. The points
a student makes Is in proportion to
tho real grado fh,o should rccolvo In
that subject. Thin plan, according Jto
the communication from tho former
Nohraskn man, has mot with success
In tho northern university.
ARE ESTABLISHING .A LIBRARY.
Material for.jDebates Being Arranged
and Catalogued. . ' .
Tho debating and public disotiBsion
division of thofjunlvorsity Qxtonsion
dopnrtment has established a library
in connection with the 'intercollegiate
h 1 J I ly Discount on Furnishings
and Hats Better Buy
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
(123 1 STUEET, YELLOW FRONT
, Tw PatrMftfe SH(lteil '
ago or Mrs. T. A. Williams to Mr.
Eugene G. Clarn has been received at
the university. Mrs. Williams will bo
remembered as the; wire of tho lato
Professor T. A. Williams, 1889.
Almost 'C00 specimens of plants
from northern California havo been
received by tho department of botany.
Theso plants camo from olio of tho
few regions "of tho United States from
which the university hercrbium has
no specimens., ;
For Rent A pleasant front room;
for gontlemon; "modern. 534 No. 12th
St Auto 4C63.' G8-3t
For tho past, few years tho depart
ment of botany has bad twenty-flyo
bottles of drugs whlcn aro exceedingly
iraro anu cruue. xuoro urugs me re-
partment recently presented to tho de-tparftnohtpf'-phannacy;
made of plants andsubstances found
In tlic'East' India islands.-
, A part of tho -prk undertaken
by the lately organized Germanisticho
VersInvwIll consist in occasional ex
cursions to the fatherland by the Ian
Itern sllde method. Yesterday after
npon . Professor Fossler gavo an lnj
'formal talk on German . peasant
houses, 'as Veil ns sonto views, of
,Braunschwelg, the Niiberg of Northern
Germany. The next talk -yllf be on
the romantic Uhine region.
Thorhburg's Orchestra. Auto 5.877. "
SOPH. INFORMAL LAST EVENING.
Second V ar Men Hold Very Pleasant
Dance at Fraternity Hail;
The' .second sophomore dnnco of tho
year was, hold atfnitoi:nltyhall-latttj
ovoulug with eighty couples nttqnd
ing. Tho-danccwAH; IT pleasant affair
with1 Walt's orchestra giving now
music for tho ocqaslon. Clarence
Clarlc wasdialrman of tho committee;
P. B. RoonTlnaaor of ceromonloH, and
tho following woro-pn--4ho committee:
Martha Bell, Irnm Hcfwn, Grace Hol
man, Mildred Bevlnu, MarguorTtcKlin
km, B, W. Frnldonr-Jr-Pr-Ppmoiunu, UT
C. Flack, W. L. DavIS and K. P. Warn-
THE CHANCELLORWILL PRESldE.
First Meeting of Religious Campaign
To Be Held February 2.
Thoaov having qhnrgo of tho ar
rangements for thoY. M. C. A. nf'
ligious campaign havo Bet tho date
for tho first meeting on Wednesday
ovonlng, Fobruury 2. Tho mooting will
bo hold in tho thontor in tho Tom pi u
and 'Chancollor Avery will preside.
W, D. Wcatherford and Art Jorgcn
sen, 1908, will bo tho spoakors on thnt
ovonlng. Mr. Woathcrford attetidod
Vandorhrlt' Univorslty whore ho took
A. B., M. C, and Ph. D. degrees. Ho
was alBo a leader of IiIb frntonilty, Al
pha Tau Omega, director of tho gym
nasium for three years and treasurer
and president of the Y. M. C. A.
Thoio will be no noon meetings of
tho Y. W- C. A. next weok.
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braskan advertisers, and ta men
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"debating, library of tho university do-(
bating board. The library Is located
In tho squad rodm of Iho univorslty
debaters, 'University hall, 107 A.
Tho work of cataloguing and arrang
ing tho nitoterlnl lifrtho library is im,
dor way nt the present time. The 11
brory -already contains somo 800. yol
umeaaiu 300?or'400 pamphotsr Part
of tho. library consists of volumes deal
ing with laboiNproblemB andjabor 'un
ions. This material deals with the
question under discussion at tho pres
ent time In the sixty-one schools of tho
Nebraska' high school idobatlng league.
This part of tho library Includes all
of tho United Stales annual and spe
cial labor reports as well as tho la
bor bulletins which, have been is
sued since 1886, It also Includes the
labor reports and bulletins of prac
tically all of tho states during tho
past four or flvo years. Reports- of
state railway commissions and other
material of recent 'date, is also to Jig.
ir1"1 i ... i i - i ... . i .... .t- i i. - -
found in the library. Besides this tho
material-"which has accumulated, in
tho past from tho work of thpw Inter
collegiate debates Is hcing- arranged
Superintendents, principles and stu
dents in the various schools of the
state are constantly using tills ma
terial, consulting it both personally
and by correspondence. The object of
the library is to aid debating and pub
lic djscussibn both hi tho university
and in tho state. It enables" -the schools
to get wider .information on the facts
about a question than they could get
otherwise x with their limited library
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