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VOL. XI. NO 71.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, FRIDAY JAN. 19, 1912.
Price 5 Cents
CARL NA6LE BEGINS
SECOND YEAR MIXUP OPENED BY
COUNT LUETZOW VISITS
KM IN MARCH
BOHEMIAN NOBLEMAN MAKING
TOUR OF UNIVER8ITIE8.
FIRST CANDIDATE FIR POSITION
Former Contests Promise Warm Elec
. tlon for New President.
The political pot was set taL boiling
In the sophomore class by the an
nouncement of the first candidate for
president, -Carl Naglo.
Naglo Is a member of the Delta Tau
fraternity,, and has been prominent in
athletics as a .momber of last year's
freshman football' team and this year's
basketball Bquad. He is also a mem
ber of the Iron Sphinx.
Every previous eleotion of the pres
ent sophomore class has been exciting
and hotly contested, and this one
promises to bo no exception. Yester
day mysterious rumors of secret meet
ings and political collusions wore
noised about the campus. For a while
It was heard that a suffragette would
appear upon the field, but this rumor
has since been discredited.
A clash between two prominent or
ganizations of the class seems immi
nent. Opposing politicians are mar
shalling all tleir forces for the com
ing battle, and the signs of tho times
point to stirring events in tho future.
'No definite Information could be ob
tained, but if these expectations come
true, there will bo a political light
without a precedent In the history of
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SENIOR PROM TONIGHT
BIG DANCE OF UPPERCLASSMEN
WILL BE HELD' AT THE
The Senior Prom, which Is to bjs
held at tho Lincoln Hotel this ovon-
lng, promises to bo the most auspicous
affair of tho school year.
The eighty-five couples who have
been .so fortunate as to secure tickets
for this cvenKwlll no treated to sev
eral novelties. Tho programs are tho
most artistic croations which havo ap
peared in years and. are of tho variety
worth, saving; tho decorations will be
out of tho ordinary, and. fast., but not
least, "Eddie" Walt will furnish tho
At an early hour this morning only
"one ticket remained, so thef8UCC0ss of
tho dance is assured.
The committee wishes to lmpresB
those who attend with tho fact that
the grand march will begin at eight
o'clock sharp, regardless of tho number-present?.
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Dr. Burnet Speaks Tuesday.
Dr'AnnoBurnet will speak on "Tho
New; Profession," Tuesday evening In
tho Y, 'W. C. A. rooms at 5:00 o'clock.
Dr. BurnoKhdsspfi,ntr,Bt)qio tlmo at.
Hull House and also at tho Chicago1
School of Civics and Philanthropy.
, ' Miss Eason Injured.
"NIIsb tfelen Basoni J915; who was
Jnjured by.'f ailing' down stairs, several
days ago, has been taken to her .home
in North Bend.
WILL SPEAK AT CONVOCATION
Komensky Club Will Entertain FelloW-
Countryman at Elaborate
Me ot d?wMc
REGISTRATION BETWEEN CLASS
HOURS MAKES FOR
January 18, 1912.
To the Students:
Tho action of tho Senate in requir
ing registration during vacant hours
between class periods is a part of a
general movement to increase effici
ency by avoiding waste of time. It Is
not to be expected that the system will
work absolutely smoothly in all cases.
If you find no difficulty, please toll It
to tho reporters; they arc tired of
complaints and will enjoy cheerful
hows. If you meet-.unexpected diffi
culties, report to my secretary; per
hapB wo can overcome them so that
you can still toll conscientiously how
well the system works.
Late Registration Expected.
Xo student who has made a reason
able effort to register during tho time
allotted and is unable to do so through
no fault of his own, will bo charged-a
fee for lato registration. Excuses
from laboratory exorcises will bo free
ly given if students find it difficult to
register at other times.
PEN PUSHERS FOR NEBRASKAN
EDITORS AND MANAGERS FOR
NEXT SEMESTER TO BE
A new staff for tho Dally Nebraskan
will be chosen today by the student
publication bpard. Up to la'Bt night
only a few applications had been re
ceived, but they indicate that there
will bo competition for all of the
offices. Four editorial men are to bo
elected and three business department
officials. The student publication
board consists of five faculty members
and three students. All applications
for positions aro due In today.
TEXAN VISITS OUR CAMPUS.
NOTED BOTANIST COMING.
Copenhagen Professor May Visit the
. Botany Department.
The Botany department Is expecting
a visit froni one of Europe's promi
nent, botanists, Prof. Dr. W. L. Johann
sen, professor of plnnt physiology in
Tho professor was ' In Dps Moines
yesterday and It Is expected that ho
will come directly here. If ho ddes
pay 'this school a visit, Dr.'BesseyhaB.
assured ub that he will try and ar
range it so that wp may have a chance
to hear this famouB scientist.
Dramatic Club Meets,
-The Dramatic. Club-held. Its regular
meeting last "night In tho Dramatic
Club rooms In Uiq Temple. Two short
plays were given as a program. ,
George Proud, a grdduato;trtho4lav,,
cpiiejge,. , put jiow. registered, in the
academic department, has withdrawn
from school on account of illness.
Lecturer for Texas College Visits Ex
H. H.- Williamson, representing tho
Agricultural and Mechanics oCUege of
Texas, visited the office of tho Exten
sion Department yostorday.
He has been In Lincoln attending
tho short course In agriculture at tho
Farm this week, and before returning
to College Station, where tho college
Is located, was shown some of tho
workings of tho Nebraska Extension
Department by Professor Reed. Mr.
Williamson is a lecturer for the Lone
Star state institution, and showed
much .Interest In tho methods of the
The following clubs and organiza
tions are to meet at Townsend's to
have tlielr pictures taken for tho Corn
husker at these times:
'Tlie BJack Masque. Saturday at
TheY. W. C. A. cabinet gjrls, Satur-.
day at 10:00.
The Catholic 'Students' Club, Satur
day at 3:00. ' " 1, "'
Sigma Nu Pledge.
Sigma' Nu announce th.o pledglpg
of Charles L. Xochuhi, 1913, of Au
WEATHER FORECAST, -
. Jloc -Lincoln;' Faji. and slightly
warmer. Lowest temperature was 6
Count Luotzow, a noted Bohemian
nobleman, will visit Nebraska Univer
sity, March 1st and 2d.
The count will give nn address be
fore convocation and will bo enter
tained by the Komensky Club at a
largo banquet, to which many promi
nent Bohemians of tho state will bo
Tho count Is making a tour of tho
eleven leading universities of this
country. Nebraska will be his farthost
stop west. His visit will Include Cor
nell, Princeton, Yale. Harvard, Colum
bia, Chicago, WlscQnsin, Michigan,
Minnesota, Iowa, and Nobraska.
His lecture hero will bo given sIn
English, on tho subject "Bohemian
HiBtory and tho Present State of Its
Cultural Development." At tho ban
quet he will addresB his audience In
both English and Bohemian.
Count Luotzow became Interested In
the Bohemian department of this Uni
versity through a poem written by tho
lato Professor Hrbok. He has sent
about twenty Bohemian books to tho
Library, some of which aro of his own
Not only tho Bohemians In tho Uni
versity, but all those over tho Btato
aro making elaborate plans for his en
tertainment. ENGINEEBSJIIG MEETING
STUDENT 8PEAKER8 GIVE ENTER
TAINING TALK8 ON PROB-LEMS
Tho Engineering Society, which held
its regular meeting Wednesday night,
was attended by one of the largest
audiences of the year.
Two instructive and entertaining
talks were delivered by student
speakers. F. C. HoUz, senior E. E.,
spoko at length on tho practical points
of the Blue river hydroelectric pqwor
plant, and B. N. Wilson, senior C.E.,
discussed the toll bridge 'now 4)eing
built across the Platte rlvernearA'sh
land. - .fl
ART EXHIBIT FOR STUDENTS
LOW RATE OFFERED FOR. RE
MAINING TWO WEEK8 OF
GALLERY. , '
For the remaining two,.wooks'of tho
Art Exhlb'lti instructors and assistants
of the' University "will bo admitted ton
season tickets, v costing fifty cents.
Students havo previously been ad
mitted at this iow rate, but this 'is the
first time that such' an offer has been
mado to Instructors and assistants,
The attendance do far has bej3ntvqry
gratifying,, and it is hoped 'that with
.the .reduction. In price' thoBBrluUuCve
not yet seen the exhibit will avail
themselves of tho opportunity offered,
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