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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1912)
THE DAILY NEB It AS KAN
TUB UNIVBKSITY OK NEBRASKA.
FREDERIC ('. McCONNEU,,
ProfosHor Orumann spoke of the life
of thlH (tieer, serious, and HenHitlvo
man, who recently committed Hiilcide
because of persecution mania. He wan
a man, Bald ProfeBBor Orumann, who
fearlessly handled moral problemH
without gloveB, who was greatly Inter
ested In woman suffrage, believing the
woman's sphere Is the home and not in
NORMAL TRAINING AT FARM
Managing Bdltor Merrill V. Heed
AflBOclate Editor. . Kenneth M Snyder
ABBOclate Bdltor.. . Cloyd V. Stewart , public life, and believed that a return
DuBlneBH Manager. 77.. C ('. Buchanan to tp rural districts would solve the
Circulation Manager I S. Bowen i present Boclal problem. Strindberg, lie
SCFtlDBS said, is not bo great a dramatist as he
C. L. Yochum. J . Cutright, II. Q. ' Is a writer of description 1. W. II.
Hewitt, V. F. Goodman, Winifred See-1 .
gar, C. N. Hrown, F. N. WoIIb, A. R.
O'Hanlon, L. W. Home, F. A. Turnuro,
J. H. Wood, I. K. FroBt Leon Hamuel
Hon, Chandler Trlmblo.
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Entered at the pOBtorTlce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aB second-claBB mail matter,
under the Act of CongreBB of March 3,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1912.
New Course Offered Under 8upt. R. W.
Eaton, Intended to Make Well
There is a class of fourteen in the
normal training department of the
School of Agriculture under the direc
tion of Superintendent II. W. Eaton,
one of the well-known superintendents
of the Btate, recently in charge of the
Geneva city schoolB. This Is the first
time this course haB been offered, and
It will doubtless become one of the
most popular courses In the school.
Graduates having thlB work will have
complied with the normal training law,
thus receiving teachers' certlflcateB
qualifying them to teach In grade and
rural schools. These certificates are
issued by the county superintendent,
partly on an examination basis and
partly on credits certified through the
ofllre of the inspector of accredited
schools, the same as is done in the
ngaln to the thought uppermost In thetaB' " kuuiuuu-h i iimmiu miming
public mind and ventured predictions hlh h"1io1k
regarding the outcome of the day The Tho ruining that these young people
interest of these men and the argu-' receive In agriculture and homo eco-
THE STUDENT VOTER.
Despite tho popular Interest in the
flection yesterday the campus pre
sented an appearance little different
rrom that of other days. The students
who had reached the age of discretion
visited the polling places throughout
the day and made their tallica, but on
the campus there was not much enthu
siasm displayed one way or another.
However, groups of men meeting In
the classroom recurred again and
ments presented gave evidence that
tunnies, as well as in academic
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You Can Save
$25 to $50
buying a slightly used or rebuilt
Every machine backed by a po
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Have large stock of late model machines for rental.
Repairs and supplies for any standard make.
Nebraska Typewriter Co.
Auto 2080135 No. 13th St. Bell 1299.
they were well posted on the issues, ' ia"i'"-H. "uiu mum- uu-m unusimuy
even though many were considering w'" Prepared for public school work,
the candidate more than his policies. "'
Among those who are acquainted
with the attitude of University stu ' EMPLOYEMENT BUREAU SUCCEEDS
dents upon political matters It Is held
that the student vote is one of intelll
gence. based upon a high standard of j Many Positions Have Been Secured
ethics. It Is not biased by rank parti- ' Since the Beginning of
sanship because the student voter haB School.
nui yi lUKi-ii u puu-t- in mi- mi ui j 0lH. of thp m08t ,)OI)Uiar dopart-'
party politics It is not influenced by menlH of tho University Y. M. C. A
sordid mercenary consideration. forWOrk )roves to bp the Mnpioyment
student life has removed the voter 1)ureHll it i also one of the most en
from close contact with the problems I ter)rlBinK an(, much cm,t ,H (hu,
of the business world. It is not open ,laIph A Smlth who ,H , c.,mrK,, of
to the criticism that applies all too j Ul8 branch He has prepared a report
justl-r in the case of the average first- for the month of 0ctober that Indicates
voter who is disposed to vote his marked increase in Ihe activity of
father's ticket The student approaches tne Dureau over iaBt year
the problem of voting in much the Plfty.Blx permanent positions have
same way that he approaches any been 8ecured ror University students,
other problem, and bringB to bear the incIuillng 22 men working for their
scientific spirit and a deliberative attl-1 board 19 doing janltor work( 5 cierks,
tude. In later years the presence of and the remaln(,er for various kinds of
this group of men will have a whole-1 work There we,.e al8Q 57 temporary
some influence upon politics, locally joba 8ecured ,a8tlng from one t0 sev.
We serve the purest and
beat HOT and COLD RE
FRESHMENTS in the city
$1.00 Fountain Pens
$1.00 Safety Razors
Student's 3-Course Lunch, 25c
and in tho country-at-large.
GRUMANN AT CONVOCATION
ral days. The following table gives a
good idea of the comparative amount
I of work accomplished in October of
the last two years:
Lincoln Hotel Tickets $1.25
Hagensick's Orchestra Friday, Nov. 8, 1912
'Subject Is Strindberg, Swedish Dra
matist 'Nash Unable to Fill
On account .of President Nash of the
"Pacific Theology Seminary not being j
able to fulfill his engagement at con- j There are a number of places still
vocation yesterday morning, Professor open, and no student at leaBt haB a
'Number of applicants 25Q
Permanent positions 31 56
Temporary positions 46 67
Total No. handled 77 113
Orumann took charge of the program
and gave a well-delivered lecture on
August Strindberg, " the dramatist,
whom some call the Swedish Shakespeare.
right to complain on account of a
scarcity of work. These are practical
ly all agencies for tailors, novelty
works, typewriter companies, etc., pay
ing a commission only. Fuzz.
in an established school where the standards of instruction are given
the same careful thought as in the best departments of tho University.
The University School of Music
offers splendid instruction In Pipe Organ, Pianoforte, Voice, Violin, Clar
inet, Flute, Saxaphone, Cornet, all Theoretical branches and Public
DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC ART
Apply for full Information at School building
11th and R Streets Opposite the University
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