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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Professor Chatburn is in Hastings
attending a meeting of the Good
Roads association in the interests of
the Omaha to Denver road.
Robert H. Hastings has .relumed
frpm a short visit with his parents nt
William H. Larson, eng. '02, visited
the campus last week. He ban at
present, and has held for the last
eight years, a responsible position in
the engineering department of the
Canadian Pacific in Saskatchewan and
adjoining provinces. Mr. Larson was
on his way homo and will atop in Lin
coln on his return west.
Alpha Theta Chi announces tho
pledging of Russell Israel, of Omaha,
a freshman in the college of arts and
Fred G. Schmockor, '14, has with
drawn from school for tho rest of
the year to manage a farm for a
Francis J. Honey, who is to appear
tonight at tho Oliver on the Y. M. C.
A. entortainmont course, is tho man
who did more than any other in tho
great fight against graft which
cleaned up San Francisco a few
years ago. Honey is ono of tho lead
ing students of political science and
political economy in tho west and It
is probable that ho will visit tho
University campus during the day.
A limited number of seatB for the
lecturo tonight aro yet to be had at
tho Oliver box office at fifty cents
Be sure to remember tho Hampton
Orchestra Club. Fraternity Bldg.
A new month has been
ushered in February.
Tho it's short in days,
it's generally long in dis
Plenty of time yet to get
good usage from a winter
We can give you a coat
that's a forerunner in style
and comfort now and
will be next season too.
The big advantage for
you is that we can save
you money on it.
NAGEE & DEEMER
Lincoln Aurora Red Oak
FOUND .Moore's non-leakablo foun
1 tain lien. Call Arnold, Auto 1500.
LOST A black gauntlet glovo, be
tween tho Chem. Lab. and Admlnis-
tration Hall. Return to tho Rag
TAKEN A light grey overcoat from
Chem. Lecture Room Monday after
noon. Leave at Rng office. Re
IOST A bunch of keys on Monday.
January .'0. Please return to Rag
LOST Gold Swastika pin Monday .it
ternoon, probably in Chem lab Re
turn to Rag office.
RABBI ADVOCATES PEACE.
Famous Educator Says History Lays
Too Much Stress Upon War.
LOOKING TO THE BARBS.
Sophomore Candidates .Concentrate
Attention on the Non-Frat Men.
Tho fight for tho presidency of tho
Sophomore clasB is developing ito
ono of tho most oxciting political con
tests in years. No third' candidato
has yet appeared, though" ono has
boon anticipated. This leaves tho
race to Wood and 'Nnglo, both fratern
ity men. Tho friends of these men
realize that tho fraternity vote will
bo fairly evenly divided, and aro con
centrating their offorts on tho barb
vote. Especial stress is laid upon this
campaign, because of their bearing on
tho Cornhus'kor elections to follow.
Tho display of mezzotones at
Townsond's is attracting tho atten
tion of all who nppreclato "art in
photography." They aro distinctively
now and exclusive. A portrait that
made its "debut" at tho lato national
convention of photographers in St.
Paul and excited tho admiration of
nil present. How about them for
Eastor greetings. Studio, No. 22G So.
Georgo Bros., export nrlntors, en
gravers and embossers, lath and N.
To Hold Bridge Tournament.
Indiana University fraternities plan
to hold a brldgo whisht tournament, a
suitable trophy to bo given tho win
ner. Each fratornlty may enter only
Make your datoB early with Hagon
elck'B Orchestra. Auto B-2990. tf
A representative audience of stu
dents at convocation yesterday morn
ing heard the address of Rabbi
HIrsch, who Bpoko on tho subject of
"Universal Peace." Ho was intro
duced by Chancellor Avery and for
thirty minutes spoko In a direct, stu-dont-to-Btudent
manner on that topic
which is now being widely agitated.
.JJo appealed directly to tho mon
and women of tho Univorslty to real
izo their responsibility in tho move
ment. To show them this responsi
bility ho doflno Culture as tho power
of self control, and education as the
ability to distinguish between false
and true. Therefore university stu
dents, who aro striving after these
qualities, must hold in check tho mass
of people who are bo easily led to fa
vor war, ho said.
Ho spoko of the fact that history
as it has always been taught places
too much importance on tho wars of
tho nations. All tho dates of a na
tion's development aro based on the
dates of its groat wars. Historians
now aro emphasizing tho peace of tho
world, which is a work that students
may aid In.
Ho closed his nddress by picturing
tho horrors of war and tho happiness
of peace. "Let tho ono," ho said, "bo
used only as a warning, and lot us all
Btrivo to make the other tho true pic
LOST O. II. S. '10 pin, botween Fra
ternity Hall and S street. Return to
Rag office and receive reward.
LOST Two nrst-year French books.
Kindly return to the Rag office.
W. F. Goodman.
FOR RENTLargo sTeaTnateJC
strictly modern room, with largo
. cloBet, and furnished particularly
for students. Convenient to sani
tary bathroom; private entrance; 3
blacks from University. Tho Mar
quette, 16th and S Sts., Apartment
AT THE THEATRES
THURSDAY NIGHT, FEB. 8
Finish Wrestling Match
Prices, 50c to $1.00
FrK, Sat. and Sat. Mat., Feb. 9-10
In the Comic Opera
Co. of 80. Augmented Orchestra.
Night, $2 to 50c; Mat., $1.50 to 60c
ES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Commencing Mon. Night, Feb. 5th
All students should visit the "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
I2tb. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
Peru Club to Meet,
Tho Peru Club will meet in the Y.
W. C. A. Temple at 8 p. m. Friday,
GOGGLES, Sun Glasses, Snow Glosses, Reading Glasses, Magnifying
Glasses, Spectacles, Eyo Glassos, Opera Glasses, Field Glasses, Reducing
Glasses. Everything in the Optical Line Here. Broken frames repaired
and lenses replaced while yon wait.
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PRICES Matinees, 15c and 25c
Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50 o
THE INN. Look for the sign at
119 So. 12th St. Most beautiful cafe
In Lincoln and service the best. Quick's
I Orchestra noon and evening.
Tickets $1.25 MagerasicK's Orchestra
He Wants Your Patronage
He sell all kinds of Station
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The moment you put on
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