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THE DAILY NEBRASKA!
FRI., SAT. & SAT. MAT., MARCH 4-5.
Original Chicago Production of
Geo. Barr McCutchcon's
BEVERLY OF BMUSTARK
Night $1.00 to 25c. Mat. 75c to 25c.
WED. MAT. & NIGHT. MARCH 9.
Grace Van Studdifford
IN "THE GOLDEN BUTERFLV." '
817 South 12th -
JJqysMy Spring line of
woolens are stunners. See
L. J. HERZOG 1230 O St
The Owl Pharmacy
Northeast Corner 14th and O Streets
Hot and Cold Drinks at
SEE OUR WOOLENS
142 SOUTH TWELFTH
11 makes rented with stand $3
par Month. Bargains in
Linosln Typiwritir Exohings
Auto 1155. Bell 1181. 123 No. 11th
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 1 STREET, YELLOW FRONT
Ysur.Fatrwuf c .Solicited
THAT'S WHY -
IS SO POPULAR
We make a specialty of fan
cy creams, sherbets. Ices
abA punch for,Frat A .Borpri-'
Auto 8111. 1816 N St
jl Gleanings W
re now la season Do yo know
amy place where you can fat as
as yau can at ournew store? -No
need of being crowded.
Line o lii Candy
fvitchen s. w. crm-
C. H. Ftoy, florist, 1133. O streot,
Frcshmnn Cornhuskcr committee
meets todny nt 11 o'clock In Ulll.
Thornburg's Orchestra. Autd 5877.
Wo should suggest that the senior
play committee look up the definitions
for try-out, decisions and understudies,
Eat at Don Cameron's Cafe, 11R-U9
So. 12th street
Dr. Condrn lectured the .first three
days this week to Professor Stout's
C. B. 22 class on materials of con
struction. Chapin Bros., florists. 127 So. 13th.
The Company A basketball team
will leave Friday afternoon for York,
Neb., where they play a game with
the York high school team.
Green's Sanitary Barber Shop. 120
Try a lunch at the Y. M. C. A. Spa.
13th and P Sts.
Have your clothes pressed at Web
er's Sultorlum. Auto 1708.
Field Geology 22.
ClasH will meet next Saturday
March G, at 8:30 a. m., In U7. A short
excursion will bo nmdo to study fea
tures of geologic interest about the
campus and in tho museum. 21
The timber testing laboratory of the
forest servlco which was located at
Purduo University has ben trans
ferred to the University of Wisconsin.
JACK LEAVES LINCOLN
JUNE 14J0H MONTREAL
8ECOND CLA88 BERTH ENGAGED
FOR UNIVERSITY TRAINER.
GRANTED TWO NORTHS VACATION
University Authorities Give Jack a
Vacation of Two Months With
Pay Over $200 Is
Jack Best Is to sail early In Juno.
Yestorday arrangements wore mado
for tho stoamor ho was to tako and
when ho was -to lcavo Lincoln.
Jack will loavo Lincoln Tuesday,
Juno 14th, with tho party conducted
by Prof088or Lees of tho Greek flo
partmont. Although ho leavos with
this party, Jack will not bo a mem
ber though of tho party. Ho goes
from Lincoln to Montroal and leaves
that city on tho samo steamer as tho
party of about forty Lincoln peoplo
who aro to bo conducted by ProfoHsor
Vacation With Pay.
Besides having ongaged a second
class berth for Jack, arrangements
were made yesterday to grant Jack a
two months' vacation with pay. This
will enablo him to tako tho vacation
frco of expenso and at tho samo time
ho will bo drawing full pay whllo on
tho trip to his old homo In England.
Subscriptions did not come In vory
fast yostorday, although two fratornl
tics added $10 each to tho list.
Tho subscriptions up to dato fol
low: Amount previously contrib
Phi Knppa Psi 10.00
Dolta Upsllon 10.00
lngtor's oarly professors. The book
contains an Introductory chapter wrlk
ten by Dr. Howard. Mnny cases of
Inw and sourcos aro tabulated lu tho
back of tho book. It also contains an
oxcollent bibliography and Indox, It
Is Intondod for uso us a ttixL and for
roforohco. Tho vol u mo Is divided Into
four parts as follows: (1) Gcnobls of
Law, (2) Popular Constitution-making
In tho United Statos, (3)! Popular
Legislation in tho United Statos, and
(4) Popular Participation In Law
making Outsldo of tho United Stales.
Warm Weather Was Too Much for
YoBtorday's balmy aftornoon proved
a big lnducomont for a hlko, and whon
tho word wan suggostod In tho-medic-laboratory
tho ontlro class of thirty
deserted tho campus and hiked for tho
country. After walking around for
somo tlmo thoy ondod nt Twenty-first
and Vino, whoro sovoral boxing
matches and nn oxcltlng boll game fin
ished tho aftornoon's ramble.
1325 O Street
OUR NEW STETSON, TWEEN
AND GORDON HATS ARE ON
DISPLAY THIS WEEK. Prices
The members of tho reservo football
team aro requested to moot Friday at
12 o'clock at the Templo to have their
pictures taken for the Cornhuskcr.
All momborB of tho team are request
ed to wear their sweaters.-
Cblumbla, having beetrdlSalipoInt
ed in getting a rowing race with Har
vard, still has hope that Yale will
agree to meet tho Now Yorkers.
The Btudents and alumni of tho
University of Minnesota are to build
a men's building as a tribute to Presi
(1- Grunted that tho law students
aro "under tho Jurisdiction' of their
(2) Granted that "a history teacher
attempted to cross his jurisdiction."
(3) , Granted that tho law students
have a right "to rebel against tho
Potty Tyranny of Potty Professors.",
Then what? Shall wo blame the
dean for sanctioning certain actions
oh tho part of "tho boys who will do
anything' that tho dean requests"?
For It muBt bo with his approval that
(the "all-obedient laws" so often, force
other classes in main, hall to st6p
their recitations until the laws have
satisfied their f'lone-power. It unit
bo 'with his .approval that stampeding1
on third floor may take place with
out regard for those of us on second
floor who may be sensitive perhaps
unjustly to apparently needless nolso
and saneless shoutings. It must be
wUh his approval that tho laws rush
downstairs regardless of any man or
woman who may be going in the op
I am happy to know that hereafter
I may go with my requests to one for
whom "the boys will do 'anything
that he will request"
Dr. E. J. C. Sward.
J. C. Knodo
Co. D Froshmen .,
H. W. Sprafcuo ...,
Delta Tau Delta . .
Alpha Theta Chi .
Company B .......
Y. W. C. A. Notes
.Mrs. Elmore's interesting classes
are showing a steady Increase
Wednesday noon thoro woro thlrty-flvo
present to hear hor talk on India. Her
Tuesday class from G to ( Is also
Tho Thursday noon meeting will bo
led by Carrlo HeBseltlno.
Tho Friday noon meeting will bo
given over to the inauguration of tho
new officers, and is in tho hands of
tho retiring president, Mies' Compton.
This mooting will not conflno itself to
affairs of' legality, but Is to' havo somo
original features that must decidedly
appeal to tho sense of humor. Como
with your faco relaxed.
Change In Meeting.
Tho "Gormanlstlscho Voroln" has
decidod to hold Its Friday afternoon
meetings from 4:30 to G p. m., In
ordor to bo opon to studonts who havo
4 o'clock classoH. All having 5 o'clock
classos can now attond as usual from
4:30 to D; thoso having 4 o'clock
work can como from 5 till G. SInco
not many will bo able to attend for
two consecutive periods, tho program
commltteo has decided to carry on Its
work In alternating sections: 1. Sing
ing folksongs undor the direction of
Mrs. Raymond. 2. Formal program.
3. Conversation and games; ordor of
sections to bo varied to accommodato
thoso who cannot attend the ontlro
A RARE TREAT.
Mr. Helms, Soprano, at Convocation
Mrs. Lillian Helms, of tho university)
consorvntory will sing a series o
sovon songs at convocation today. Tha
program 1b in tho nature of a Shakes
pearian colobratlon. Tho following'
program gives tho namo of tho plays
In which .theso songs were sung, tho
namo of tho composer, and the tlmo
in'whloh ho lived. Bring this program
1. "Whon Icicles' Hung on tho
Whll." Thomas Amo, 1710-1778.
Love's Labor Lost, Act V, Scene 2,
2. "Sho Never Told Her Iovo."
Franz Joseph Haydn, 1732-1809. Tho
Twolfth Night, Act II, Sceno 4.
i, "Holgh-ho for n Husbandr" About
1GR7, montlonod In Much Ado About
Nothing, Act 11, Scono 1, Act III,
4. "Tuko, O Tako TIioho Llpo
Away." .Jojin Wilson, 1H04. Sung In
Mcnsuro for MeaBtiro, Act IV, Sceno 1,
undor Shakespcaro's direction. '
C. "Whon In blsgrnce." Sir. Arthur
McKonzIo, Sonnet No. XXIX.
0. "Avo Maria." Vordl, 1813-1001.
Sung In Act IV of opora "Othollo." ,
7. Waltz Song, "Song, Jest, P.er
fuino nnd Dunces." By Gounod, 1818
1893. Act II, opora of "Romeo ana
A formor Unlvorslty of Chicago
baseball star who Is touching school
In Japan, says, la nn artlclo written
for thb current numbo'r of tho maga
zino of tho Unlvorslty of Chicago, that
during tho three years that ho has
umpired basoball in Japan tho worrit
"kick" ho ovor received was pollto
und mild protest and that tho sport Is
ono of tho best Influences In tho II fo
of tho young Japanese
For a nice Place to enjoy refresh
ments, stop in at The Fohom.
Ice Cream and Fancy Drinks and
a Nice Lunch. We try to please
1307 O STREET
March 12, 1910
Fraternity Hall j
i Freshman Law Hop
Walt's Orchestra ,
NEW BOOK IN THE LIBRARY,
Written by Former 8tudcnt and Pro
fessor of Nebraska.
A new book, written by an alumnus
of Nebraska, has Just been placed' in
tho university library, "Tho Peoplo'sl
Law, or Popular Participation in LawJ
Making." , Tho author, Charles Sunvi
nor Loblngier, ham token "four degrees
at tho University of Nebraska and
wus, at ono tlmo, a professor In tho
law school. He 'is at presont Judgo
of tho 'court of first Instance in tho
Jiidga Loblngier ontored tho univer
sity In 1884 and received' his A. B".
degree in 1888. Ho took his masters
yjegroo ln1892, M. L. L. in 1894, and
Phd. In 1903. A period of only nine
teen years was consumed in this work.
Much teaching was dono on tho side.
The now book is a large volume,
It is dedicated to Professor George
Elliott Howard, who was, one of Lob-
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