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VOL.XI. NO 68.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY JAN. 16, 1912.
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WILL RANDALL CANDIDATE
' JUNIOR PRESIDENT PLUM
FIR8T ANNOUNCEMENT MADE
FOR THE BIG CAMPAIGN OF
PROBABLY OTHERS OUT SOON
Law Student First in the Field With
Promise of a Hot
Tho first political gun of tho now
year was fired yesterday when Wil
liam Randall, a Sigma Nu and junior
law, announced himself as a candidato
for thoprosldoncy of tho junior class.
Tho elections of tho junior class aro
usually tho most important political
events of tho year and tho early open
ing of hostilities indicates a'llvely sea
son for tho politicians.
Two moro candidates aro expected
to appear upon tho field in a short
time and tho contest will probably bo
come rather hot
CHANCELLOR TO ENTERTAIN
DR. AND MR8. AVERY TO GIVE
DINNER TO MA8QUES AND
Following tho example of last year,
tho Chancellor and Mrs. Avery, and
Miss Alice B. Ensign, will ontortain
tho Black Masques and tho Innocents
at a dinner, January 27th. Tho affair
will tako place at tho Chancellor's
These two representative organiza
tions of tho senior class stand for Ne
braska policy and Nebraska "spirit,"
and this joint gathering with tho
heads of tho University is regarded
as most appropriate. Tho dolightful
ness of last year's affair led to its
repetition this year.
(URLS' KID PARTY SATURDAY
CO-ED CLUB TO ENTERTAIN KIN
. DERGARTEN PARTY AT
Tho Girls' Club is becoming active
again. Saturday afternoon they had
a kindergarten party in tho Armory
for tho members of the club.
Everything is being dono to mako
tho affair unique and delightful. Miss
Luikhart, who has successfully en
gineered similar affairs, is in charge.
"Kid" games and "kid rats," and, of
course, "kid" costumes, will bo tho
special feature. t
Tickets can be obtained from Lola
Berry, Florence Schwake, Fanny
Drake and Miss Ensign, Membership
blanks will also bo loft with this -committee
for thOBo who wish to Join tho
club. Tho membership fee Is 25 cents,
Printed invitations are being sent
out to tho members, but tho president
announces that if any member falls
to receive ono she is to consider her
self invited, as oversights aro unavoid
able. Don't; forgot Ue time, .January 20th,
at 2 o'clock; tho place, tho Armory.
Como dressed as a "juvenile.",. -
M. E. PROFE880R TO TALK ON
INFLUENCE OF VOCATIONAL
For Lincoln and vicinity: Fair and
slightly warmer. Coldest temperature'
fojrMonday was H below zero.
Prof. J. p. Hoffman, head of tho
Mechanical Engineering department,
will give a lecture at convocation to
day on "Tho Influence of Vocational
Schools." Professor Hoffman camoto
Nebraska this fall from Purduo to
take charge of the Mechanical En
gineering. Ho will mako his first ap
pearance this morning beforo tho stu
His talk will deal particularly with
the manufacturing and agricultural in
dustries. American Institutions.
The idea of tho vocational school,
though not original with America, has
been developed to a largo extont in
our country and tho percentage of at-.
tondanco is far greater proportion
ately. Another feature which Professor
Hoffman will discuss is the general
advantage and profit derived from
such schools, not by tho student alone,
but by tho community In general.
Mr. Hoffman will devote most of his
discussion to the broader effects of
these colleges, as they effect tho lifo
and growth of the country at largo.
Tho Imperial Quartotto will open
tho hour with a selection. Thoso de
siring to hear them must bo prompt,
for interruptions will not bo permitted.
NO REGISTRATION WEEK
FACULTY DECIDE8 8TUDENTS
MU8T SCHEDULE BETWEEN
OMAHA CLUBJLL MEET
ELECTION OF OFFICER8 AND
PLANS FOR BOOSTING NE
BRASKA TO BE TAKEN UP.
Tho Omaha Club will meet In tho
chapel, Tuesday, at 11:30, for tho pur
pose of, electing officers and discussing
plans for the future.
The plans of tho club at present aro
to start at once to send University
men as speakers to Omaha to talk to
tho students of tho Efigh School and
to the business men as parents.
Tho intentions of tho club are to
arouse some Interest in tho Univer
sity in Omaha, so that Omaha will be
better represented In tho University
and to keep so many of the Omaha
High graduates from going East to fin
ish their college education.
It Is tho hope of the members that
they may have tho power of boosting
tho University, and for that reason
tho club will not bo-limited to just
Omaha men. All boosters living In
tho vicinity of Omaha will join and do
their best for tho Interest of tho University.
HEW REGIMENT FORMED
FARM BATTALION8 -ARE TO BE
GROUPED A8 ONE
A new cadet regiment is to be
formed' at tho State Farm., Tho six
companies have hitherto been drilled
as oho battalion, but will now bo di
vided and will constitute ono w regi
ment The commandant has Issued a call
for applications from the aspirants for
the positions created by the change.
A now system of registration will
bo used for tho second somoster of
this year. Owing to tho abolishing of
examinations by the faculty, students
will bo glvon no holidays in which to
register. Instead, they will bo re
quested to do this botweon their
In placo of the two soparate hour
tickets formerly given out, each stu
dent will bo presented with ono card,
allowing him to registor In ono two
hour period. Students aro, howovor,
requested to see their deans and ad
visors, to obtain approval of their
registration slips, tho week beforo
Schedules will bo ready on Monday,
January 22nd. Tho schedules will bo
in tho form of a book, Instead of tho
usual fiat sheet, which havo boon
found In tho past to bo too awkward
to handlo easily.
IMPERIAL CONCERT TONIGHT
QUARTETTE, ACCOMPANIED BY
LOCAL TALENT, AT TEM
AMATEURS DO CLEVER
WORK IN 'IE AMAZONS"
PINERO'8 FARCE-COMEDY EFFEC-
TIVELY PRE8ENTED BY THE
PIAYS TO A WELL FILLED MUSE
Annual Performance of Local Actors'
Club Pleases a Largo and En
Tho Imperial Concert Company will
give an entertainment at tho Temple
Theatre Tuesday ovening. An excel
lent program was rondored rocontly
in Omaha and a treat for muBlc lovers
is oxpectcd this evening.
Tho quartette, which is a -Nebraska
production, is composed of M. 0. Ca
ble, flrBt tenor; W. O. Humes, second
tonor; Ray Overman, baritone, and
W. J, Lambert, basso. Accompanying
thoso will be Miss Lauretta Spencer,
pianist, and Harry Duboff, violinist.
Miss Spencor Is a former Cornhusk
or. Sho took work at tho Conserva
tory for several years and achieved
somo prominence. Sho is a member
of Alpha Chi Omoga sorority.
Mr. Duboff is a protogo of Professor
Stockelborg of tho Conservatory. Ho
has played beforo tho leading violin
players and shows great skill In his
THE SIGMA NU PLEDGES
THE MEDICAL FRATERNITY AN-
NOUNCE8 MEN SOON TO
Nu Sigma Nu announces tho fol
lowing pledges, who wiil bo Initiated
as soon asjthoy aro registered in the
College of Medicine:
M. It. Bowman, Lincoln; G. W. Hoff
molster, Imperial; F. L. Horton, New
castle, Wyo.;. C. F. Andrews, St. Paul;
W. L. Ross, Omaha; E. C. Sago, South
Omaha; R. E. Curts, South Omaha;
W. T. Wildhaber, Plymouth.
Doforo a well-filled house tho Uni
versity Dramatic Club presented Pin
oro's clover farce-comedy at tho Tom
pie Theatro, Saturday night. Tho play
was effectively staged, and well
coached, and the acting dono by tho
mombors of tho cast brought out fre
quent and merited applauco.
. Tho Interest In tho 'play contors
around tho adventure's of a young
English lady and hor two sistors,
raised by a stornly masculino mothor
to think and act as boys. In carrying
out hor mother's precepts tho girl in
question gets into somo.troublo, from
which a young English lord rescues
her. Although sho is disguised as a
man, ho recognizes hor sox, and bo
coming interested, follows hor to hor
country estato, whoro follow many
amuBing advonturcB, for mon aro for
biddon at Ovorcoto Park. Two other
characters appear on tho scone, who
occupy tho attention of tho two sis
ters, and aftor somo humorouB com
plications, tho situation results in tho
decision of tho girls that thoy aftor
all profor to bo girls.
Hazel Porrln led In tho part of Lady
Neoline, tho girl of tho adventure
Sho was oxcollontly supported by ,
Floronco Hostottler, who did admir
able and clover work In tho rolo of
hor sister, tho Lady Tommy, and by
Marjorlo Kunkol, her other slstor, who
introduced a littlo song as a pleasing
variation. Two other femlnlno roles,
tho charmingly militant sorgeant and
tho masculino old mothor, wore clev
erly portrayed by Mario Douglass and
Harry Coffee did lifelike work in tho
part of Litterly, and Louis Horno, as
tho mercurial Frenchman, was the
laughing hit of tho ovening. Clarence
Clark also did offoctivo character work
in his portrayal of an Insipid and con
ceited English fop. Tho other mascu
line roles wero likewise well worked
out, and showed tho selection of an
Mildred Bovlns coached tho play
and is deserving of a great deal of
credit for hor painstaking efforts in
producing an artistic performance.
Dr. Bessey 8peaks.
Today at 2 o'clock, Dr. Bessey is to
spoak before tho Historical Society at
the Farm. Tho subject of his address
is "Wild Fruits Which Ought to Be
Delta Gamma Recovers.
Madge Meredith, 1915, who has been
ill with the grippe since New Year's
at her home 'in York, has returned to
Alumnus Visits Lincoln..
Harold M. Noble, 1911, who is prm-'"
clpal of tho Hebron High School, vis
ited in Lincoln over Sunday, ,
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Prof. J. D. Hoffman
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