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THE DAILY KEBRA8IAN
THE DAILY NBBRASKAN
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 11. 1912
Applications for election to the posi
tions of editor-in-chief, managing edi
tor, two associate editors, business
manager, assistant business manager
and circulator of the Dally Nebraskan
for the second semester of the current
year will be received at the office of
the Secretary of the Student Publica
tion Board, Adm. 203, until 12 o'clock
noon, Friday, Jan. 19, 1912.
Applications to be made on form
which will be furnished by the Secre
tary. A. A. REED,
BLUE PRINT SOON OUT
ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF EN
GINEERS BETTER THAN
EVER THIS YEAR.
Tho Hrt Ibbuo of the "Blue Print"
since it was changed from an annual
to a semi-annual publication will be
out nbout February 10, according to
an announcement by Business .Mana
ger p. A. Wirt.
Besides articles by several of the
Engineering College faculty, there will
appear several theses by prominent
graduates of Nebraska. The "Eco-
English Hats $1 1C
$1.50 Values r
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PROSPECT OF SOCIALIST CLUB
ECONOMIC LEAGUE PLANS TO
The International Students' Social
istic League 1,7 considering tho install
ment of a chapter at Nebraska. A
petition is being circulated by sovoral
students with tills result In view. Tho
project Ib approved by the Chnncollor
and sovoral professors of tho Unlv.or
Blty. Tho purpose of this society, which
has boen in tho universities of tho
East and of Europe for a number of
years, is tho discussion of economic
questions, and especially socialism.
Any1 student may join whothor or not
ho b'eliovea in socialism. Debates on
' ec'oWomlc subjects will bo given from
time to time.
Thirty cents pays for the Bbst Din
ner in Lincoln, at Baker's Cafe. Also
high clasa & laT carto service. Wo
have tho big juicy steaks.
, Latin Club Elects Officers.
At the regular meeting of tho Iatin
Club, Tuesdajevenlng, tho following
officers wore elected for tho second
semester: President, Alice Chambers;
vice-president,. Edna Biles; secretary-
treasurer, Robert Rico; executive
committee, Erma Gibson and Ethel
Hummel. It was decided to hold tho
' .f rest of the meetings on the second
Tuesday of each month.,,
, TT, , '
Weuer Sultorlum, 1100 O St,
nomlc Regulation of a Small Gas En
glno" will bo discussed by Bonnett
and Forman, both of the class of 1011.
TIiIb publication is always of great
intorest to engineers over-tho entire
country, as the articles are written
by men who are thoroughly capable.
Henry B. Pearso is editor-in-chief
of this semi-annual publication of the
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DERBY HAT SAVES PROFESSOR.
Professor Pyles ,of University of Mis
souri -Has Lucky Escape.
ho says that derby hats are no
good or look dudish! Tho University
of Missouri was saved tho necessity
of looking for a now psychology pro
fessor all because of this dainty head
gear. Prof, William H. Pyles of tho Uni
versity pf .Missouri was In tho wreck
on tho Wabash near St. Peters, Mo.,
on Now Year's day. Ho was Baved
from a serious injury by the derby hat
ho had on breaking the fall of the
debris which alighted on his head.
Tho Hydo printery, 1331 P St., up
to-dato printing of all kinds.
Guy Kiddoo III.
Guy Kld'doo, a prominent member
of the senior class, was takon down
with typhoid fover Wednesday and
has gone to his homo In South Omaha.
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