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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
utlneii Directory Every loyal
uWlyjBrBlty' studont Ib urgod to patron
Ue theao NebraBkan advertisers, and
to mention. tUo Nobraakan while do
! Ing bo.
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STUDENT NEEDS NINE
MONILAW 8AY8 THOSE UNDER 21
8HOULD HAVE REGULAR RE8T.
TWO CLASSES OF WATER Al MEALS
Bed Should Be Fairly Hard, He Says
and Windows Left Open
Do Not Chew Gum.
Evory univorBlty student under 21
yenre old Hhould have botweon eight
and ono'hnK und nino and ono-half
houro of sloop onch night, Dr. W. J.
Monlluw, mnnagor of nthlotlcs nt tho
University of Missouri, belloves. Ho
snys this Applies to examination wcoks
nH well ns to nil other weoks of tho
"TIiIb Is ospeclnlly true of nthlotlcs
In tho training sonuon' ho said in a
tulle to tho moii in physical training
nt Rothwoll gynmnslum Inst Friday
afternoon. "A porBon more than 21
yenrs-old gradually end accustom him
self to n fowor number of hours, nnd
by tho timo ho is 40 or GO ho may be
nblo to llvo comfortnbly with llvo or
six hours of sloop. In examination
wook the nvorago college' studont
Iobob more by 'cramming' late at night
than ho gains. Admitting that ho may
rend something that will help him
in tho examination, his energy 1b bo
used up tho next morning that ho is,
unublo to do Justice to hlmBolf."
Dr. Monllaw mado theao statements
In tho first of a sorioB of addrosBQB to
tho gymnasium classoB and tho men In
othor nthlotlc departments. Ho spoko
on "RoBt and Sloop, and Foods nnd
Ho told thorn that, to bo In a good,
physical condition, thoy should rotiro
and rlao at regular hours. If tho room
has two windows, both should bo
opoucd in winter as well as in sum
mor, and If It has only ono It should
bo oponod nt tho bottom and top.
Whenever It Ib poBHlble, ono should
Dr. Monllaw docs not advocate tho
practice of sleeping without a pillow,
although ho thinks that only a thin
one Hhould bo used. Tho bod should
bo fairly hard, ho says. It Is unhealthy
to sloop on a feather bod or a fcathor
"The day, preceding competition, tho
athlete should rotiro ut tho customary
hour, not earlier, as a roBtleBBOiight
Is almost sure to follow. Just before
a contest ono should rest thirty or
and a rest afterwards Is beneficial.
During warm, sunny weather, a sup
bath Is as essential boforc training as
a r08t. Aftor a hard afternoon's work
out a sleep lasting half or throe-quarters
of an hour should bo tnkon be
fore tho evening meal. A half hour's
sleop before Buppor Is worth two
hours'jdoop after supper to an nthleto
, In tho second half of his talk, "Food
and Dlot," Dr. Monllaw recommended
two monls nnd a luncheon a day, the
luncheon ao precede tho training. Ho
advised the men to remain at the
tablo at least thirty minutes, and to
eat slowly and mnstlcato tho food
"Drink from ono to two glasses" of
wator at oach meal," ho. said. "Do
not drink more than two glasses, how
ever, as too much wator 'dilutes tho
digestive juices and hinders thqlr act
tlon. It Is unhoalthy to oat or drink
anything extremely cold or hot.
"Chowlng gum overworks the sali
vary glandB and robB tho food of Its
nocossnry digestive fluid."
Dr. Monllaw bellevos that tho use of
tobacco and alcohol before tho age of
21 Is reached stunts tho growth, al
though ho romnrked that it never hod
boon proven that the uso of tobacco
in modernto quantities harms a fully
matured man. s
8ENIOR8 WILL MASQUE. "
Captain Kldd and Little Bo-Peep
Tread Mystic Maze.
Preparations are being rapidly com
pleted for tho senior masquerado,
which will be hold In the Armory Sat
urday night. Tho affair promises to
bo ono of the most unique events over
Held at Nebraska. -
Many of the students are already
preparing costumes. Owing to (he
difficulty encountered In securing cos
tumes of any costly material, or de
signs, a general sentiment In favor of
"got upb" of home manufacture Is
prevalent among tho seniors. Tho cos
tumes, howover, promlso to bo varied,
nnd tho old Armory will assume a
truly carnival aspect.
Tho informality of tho masquorado
is what is attracting tho attention of
tho studont body. Girls aro planning
to go in a body without escorts and
in fact tho committee is oncouraging
any one to come unattended, nB It will
only lend zoat to tho entortalnment.
When Captain Kldd meets Llttlo Bo
Poop thoro promises to be some- do
llghtful uncertainty as to their respec
Tho senior masquerado 1b the result
of agitation in tho class favoring somo
affair at which all the clasB might bo
proBent and which would at the same
tlmo bo of an informal nature. When
tho idea of a senior "masquerade was
hit upon It mot with tho approval of
tho class and tho plan was pushed
rapidly to completion. y
This week's bill at tho Orphoum Is
ono of real merit. It is filled with
Bongs, jokes and dancing, nnd Is ex
ceedingly interesting from start to
Tho bill Is headed by the Do Mnven
Sextet, with Sydney C. Gibson fea
tured in a singing and dancing act.
The sotting is very pretty, being a
garden in which a foto is boltfg liold.
Tho six sp'rlgbtly dancers and Mr.
Gibson frolic through tho twonty min
utes of the number with a great vari
ety of singing and dancing creations
and. many costume changes. The cos
tumes worn in this net are the most
olaborate seen at the Orpheum this
The Brotliors Pormnno are eccen
tric acrobatic comedians, who offer a
pleasing specialty ontltled, "Nightin
gale Making Love." Tholr costumes
aro very hnJLque, especially in tho love
scone. Their buffonery furnishes not
tho- least charm of this act. Thoy por
tray artistically two love-lorn blrdB...
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGreovy offer
a singing, talking and musical num
ber that is one of the season's big
hits In vaude,vllle. Mr. McGreevy's
Impersonation of 'tho old country
fiddler is a rare bit of character act
ing, and Mrs. McGreovy ns tho coun
try girl Is In a claBB by liorsolf. These
artists are' very popular With" tho stu
dents of the university and aro well
Jtnownns-thcy havo-appenrcd In Llti'
Tho Misses Dakwell, Natalie and
Aurle, present an appoaling novelty in
their "Historical Cycle of Songs." A
feature of the act Is tho duet singing
in which tho result of long training
and a natural sympathy produce ef
fects seldom obtained on tho concert
stage. The cycle consists of songs of
tho colonial period, the civil war pe
riod and tho modern period.
Neal Abel anu Davp Irwin put on
ono of those funny blackface acts con
sisting" of clover songs, all' of which
are now, and rapid-fire talking. Gus
Henderson offers a novel number,
combining as he does a rube mono
logue nnd clever, feats on a bounding
rope. Tho Carboy twin brothors aro
two of the best novelty dancers1 who
have over appeared In Lincoln.
Varsity ..Men .Have Good Records.
While speaking of Phi Bota Kappa
Sigtna Xi and other organizations of
high academic standing, kindly look
over tho eligibility list of the varsity
basketball squad. Not a man flunked,
not a man was conditioned, among ten
Among the term grades for tho men
who took tho trip with tho team thoro
axe as many "l's" ns thoro are "2's"
and "3's" together. Ono of the men,
"Shorty" Long, has all "l's" for this
term, and In his wholo university
career ho has twonty-foiir "l's" and
nix "2's" from thirty subjects. The
Coach Lathrop of Wisconsin Univer
sity has announced that there will bo
no more loafing for cinder path men.
A flunk. Is only a prof's opinion
A man is a man for a' that. Ex,
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