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VOL. XI. NO 73.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY JAN. 23, 1912.
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IN EARNEST WEDNESDAY
TICKETS BEING DISTRIBUTED ALL
THIS WEEK AT REGISTRAR'8
HOPE TO AYOID USUAL CONGESTION
Schedules Published in Pamphlet
Form and Contain Full
GdRNHUSKER STAFF FORMAL
DRE88 SUITS LEND DIGNITY TO
A VERY EXCLU8IVE
Assignment and registration tickets
wore being given out yesterday In the
ofllco of the Registrar. A good many
students who did not have classes ob
tained their tlckots on this, the first,
day, and thus insured an early regis
tration. The cards are numbered and are
good only for the hours marked on
them. They also bear the notico that
all applications must he approved at
loast the day before registering.
Registrar Rutledgo said, "There is
no hurry about getting the tickets,
since they are to bo given out all
week. However, the less general de
lay there is about attending to these
things the faster the registration as a
whole will go off."
Ho adviBed all studonts to have their
schedules made out this weok, and
to see the advisers about their sub
jects. The second semester schedule, is out
and will bo distributed today. It is in
booklet form, with all classes grouped
under the department head as usual,
i The first day of registration will-bo
Wednesday morning at 9:00 o'clock.
Rules for registering, times for each
class, and all information can bo ob
tained from the booklet.
Students aro allowed two consecu
tive hours for registering in all
claBseB.' " ,
The Cornhusker Staff established a
precedent Saturday night by giving u
The affair, which was very exclu
sive, in that it oencerned only twelve
couples, was held at the Alpha Tau
Omega house; It began with a com
plicated grand march and ended with
a lunch of sandwiches and coffeo.
Naturally, the atmosphere was de
cidedly literary, and sparkled with
wit and humor, somo of which will bo
reproduced in the Cornhusker. The
affair Itself was, however, formal only
In appearance, for there were no pro
grams, and nono of that restraint so
prevalent at formal affairs.
After the smoke of tho "flashlight"
had cleared away, willing freshmen
set forth tho bounteous feast, wjiich
was ornamented by impromptu, but
Those present were: Messrs. Dana
"Van Dusen, Burton Hill, .Sam Buck,
Harry Coffee, Ralph Sweoley, Soarlo
Holmes, Allen Newman, Guy Reed,
Zackery Taylor, Mark Hargroavbs
and Frank Bocken; Misses Ruth
Evans, Grace Carter, Lojs Logan, Au
gusta Houston, FrancoB Nolan, Mc
Coman, Ruth Tlbbetts, Ruth Grlovlsh
and Katharine Yatos.
GO-EDS ANXIOUS TO KNOW
INTER80RITY MEET PLAN8 HOLD
, JOKER FOR SOME-ONE.
PROFESSOR (ONANT AT MICHIGAN
LAW PROFESSOR TO TEACH AT
ANN ARBOR NEXT SUMMER.
COUNTY FAIR ABANDONED.
Preparations for "The Trail" Being
Preparations aro now going for
ward for the presentation of "Tho
Trail," to bo given Saturday evening,
January 27, under tho auspices of tho
Young Women's Christian Assocla
tlqn. "The Trail" will bo an historical
pageant based upon frontier llfo and
will take tho place of tho "County
Fair" of former years. Each sorority,
and tho various mixed organizations,
Including the Historical Society, will
help, each giving a "stunt." Plans for
these should bo In tho Y. W. C. A.
office for approval by Thursday, Janu
General admission 1b ten cents, and
rtho admission to the different booths,
five or ten cents each.
The chairmen of tho different com
mittees In charge are;
Trail Alvlna Zumwlnkel,
Sororities Louise Curtis.
General Organizations Alma Sulli
van. ' Posters Mary Holcomb.
Tlckots Gerna Montgomery.
Professor Conant, of tho College of
Law, will give ono of tho'coursos on
"Property" at tho Summer Session of
the University of Michigan, beginning
Juno 24th. Tho work will bo prac
tically tho Bamo as that covered by
Proporty I In tho law course hero,
volumes I and II of Gray's Cases be
The Summer Session of tho Law
Department at Michigan gonorally en
rolls about two hundred studonts.
Nebraska co-eds aro wondering Just
who Is tho goat.
Tho commltteo for tho Charter Day
track meet announced a fow days ago
that thoro would bo an inter-sorority
relay raco this year at tho meet. All
sororities wero urged to begin prac
ticing at onco for the great event.
Tho sororities took this seriously
enough as a duty to thoir school, and
several applications for tho ubo of tho
Gymnasium wero filed with tho com
J -Tho commltteo was then forced to
xplaln. So yesterday morning postal
cards wero sent to tho various or
ganizations, urging them to select it
team of mon to represont them In tho
rolay raco, or to have ono solocted for
Now, will Bomeono pleaso onlighton
tho fair co-eds? Ib tho joke on them
or on tho committee?
KOSMET TO PRESENT
8TUDENT COHAN8 TO VENTURE
INTO NEW FIELD8.
NEWEST SOCIETY ORGANIZATION
Enterprising Club Will Present Play
at the Oliver Theatre,
BAND AT CONVOCATION
NEBRASKA'S "RAG TIME BAND"
TO GIVE CONCERT.
German. Club Elects.
"Dor Deutsche Geselllgo Vereln"
met at tho home, of Miss Marjorlo
Selleck, Thursday evening, January
18. The following members wore in
Itlatod: Nell Brldenbaugh, Vorna
Hydor, Bertha Roach and Searlo
The officers for the new semester
wero elected as follows:
President Alurlno Zumwlnkel.
Vice-president Herman Wlobo.
Secretary-treasurer Ella Morrison.
Tho University band will bo tho at
traction at Convocation this morning
Tho program is as follows:
March NIobolunger Wagner
Intermezzo La Cinquantaino
Tho Rod Men . . Sousa
Loose Lucas Succossor to "Alexan
Tho appearance of the. band at this
timo will furnish a rousing prelimi
nary to tho big band concort at tho
Oliver Friday night. . A largo section
has already boon reserved by tho
Aggies for this ovont.
Nebraska students no longer neod
to bo afraid to drink tho gormless
liquid that Is furnished gratis by tho
Unierslty authorities. ,A1I doubts as
to its safety wore removed when tho
following notico was poBted b Dr.
Tho Chancellor has Informed mo
that arrangements have been mado to
supply University boys with pure
water at tho Chemical Laboratory.
University women may obtain tho
same at tho Ladles' Rest Room in tho
Armory. Water obtained from either
of these places is guaranteed to be
ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Dr. Walto,
Tho University of Paris, Franco, is
the largest ln the world, having a
total enrollment of 17,512 students.
This university was, organized seven
hundred years ago and it is the sec
ond oldest in the world.
RESOLUTIONS OF THE JUNIOR LAW CUSS
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God in JIIs wisdom to call
from among us, our boloyed fellow claBBmate, Everett Jenks, of tho
Junior Law Class of tho University of Nebraska; and
Whereas, Wo reallzo that in his death tho class has lost one of
its loyal and beloved members; therefore, bo it
Resolved, That wo, tho Junior Law Class, do deeply, mourn tho
loss of our fellow clasBmato; and be it
Resolved, That wo express our sincere sympathy to the family
of the deceased in their bereavement; and bo it further
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions bo sent to tho fam-
ily of tho deceased, and that a copy be printed in "The Daily Ne
braskan." ' For the Class, .
C, S. RADCLIFF.
- . - ' J. P. EBERT.
E. M. CUNE.
"Tho Diplomat" an original comic
opora, written by Professor Scott of
tho English dopartmont in colabora
tlon with a trio of undorgraduatbs, ,
will bo prosonted In tho Ollvor Thoa
tor, May 3d noxt by tho KoBmot Klub
of tho University.
This decision was reached at a
meeting of tho Kosmets last weok, at
which timo tho play was heard and
Tho Kosmot Klub Is tho youngost
of Nebraska organizations,, having
boon formed temporarily lato last
Bprlng, and this is tho first attompt
of tho kind that Nobraska studonts
Competition Is Open.
Tho Klub membership Is limited to
male undergraduato studonts, but tho
play as accopted contains six fomato
parts In addition to tho chorus, which
aro opon to general University com
petition. Tho tryouts will bo held at
throo o'clock on tho afternoon of Sat
urday, February 3, In tho Music Hall
of tho Tomplo, and dressing rooms
will bo provided for those who wish
to appear In costume.
Tho problom of securing mon cav,
nablo of taking women's Darts sue
cessfully was rogarded as a veiBTii
grave ono by tho Klub, but this' PtaHf?l
has finally boon set upon, and It IHl I
hoped by tho promoters that a larg
number will prosent thomsolvos
that time arrayed in whatever foml
nlno finery is availablo to each.
At tho last meeting of tho Klub
now plan for election to'momborshti
was adopted, looking toward making
choice, to this socioty ono of tho high
est student honors In college. The
so-called "fratf' and "barb" linos arc
entirely abolished, tho Klub will br
limited probably to fifteen or twenty!
active mombers, and oloction wlll.be
opon only to second and third year
mon who havo taken either a part in
ono of tho productions or an especial!
Interest in the work of the Klub, with-
out regard to affiliations of any na
All parts in all the productions arc
to bo thrown opon to general com-j
petition, and tho presentations will
bo so arranged as not' to interfere
with .the class plays or tho Dramatic!
Tho present membership of the
Klub comprises tho- following men:
Meade, Whitcomb, Hornborgor, Hill,'
Holmes, Stoinhart, Boyles, Pomerene,
Guthrlo, Scott, Graves, Gist, Randall,
Catholjc 8tudents Dance.
A crowd of more than seventy
couples enjoyed tho annual dance of
the Catholic Students Club Saturday
night in Fraternity Hall. Jos. Y.
Johnson was master of ceremonies,
while L. J. Breen managed the hop.
For Lincoln and .vicinity: Fair and
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