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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1912)
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THE DAILY NE1IRARKAN
EXPERT GEOGRAPHIST COMING
Scientists Touring Country Invcstlgat
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ing Local Phenomona of Interest
Make Lincoln Important Stop.
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RUSSIA A RISING POVER
DR. BAUMGARDT RANKS HER
AMONG WORLD POWERS.
DISMISSES POLITICAL UNREST
Evolution of European Nations Tends
Toward FrecdorYi of SpcecrVvand
Personal Rights Students
Have Part In Movement.
Con ocaiion atteiulan Us wcic Heat
,t'd lo a ven inteiesiing talk Thmsdaj
morning h Di. Ilaumgail. on the
'I'K'inl o Modun KuioiM-aii Thought."
lr Uaunigunlt h.is ln't'ii delhering
addicsscs at the Auditorium tins week
lo large audiences, 1"1 lis appeaiance
beioie the student body .ittiated a
good deal ol mteresg
He said, ,n pint, I hat there was not
mi!h need loi oii' t" s,tudy ait, las
sic s and (.tliei impractical subjects,
but to study tne means b which the
.ifl.iirs unci political unrest ol the world
iua be adjusted. He told of tne aw
t ul conditions that prevail in Russia
through tin- dominance ol the (lieek
Catholic i-linrc li, t lie tendency ol winch
is leactionary tc- any cause lor the
Kood of the peasants. '-The Russian
monarchy is now," he said, tr.nng to
seek a haibor lor In i na, and there
loie it. wii: not be ltiiK befoie I'm
land's independence will cease
Is Rising Power.
1 !ii t in spite ol the monastic ten
dency Russians aie demanding educa
tion, and he looks with confidence to
its lutuie He said that free speech
exists to : giontei extent in some
pails of that mini than in our own
country That Kusmh as a nation is
taking her phu-o anion k the powers he
was posime, sa)ing that tlie great
power.-, ol l he woild in the near fu
ture aie to be Russia, Geiniany and
the United States.
hi speaking f the Scandinavian
peninsula Di HauniKaiclt predicted
strife between Noiwny and Sweden.
In Sweden the people are hold down
by the almost feudal conditions exist
ing throughout the lountiy. One man
often is able- to cast 100 votes at an
election, whereas hundreds of poorer
people are no! allowed the right of
the ballot Noiwa, on the other hand,
Is verv socialistic in its tendencies
and is making more progress in all
France Richest Nation.
He pictuied the difteience between
France and Hngland in vivid terms.
" France is the lichest country in the
world," he said, the only trouble be
ing that it is too rich. The people are
stingy. More people own their own
homes thu nin any other country. In
England, on the other hand, the land
in made into a huge hunting reserve
by its owners, twenty-two lords. The
people have no chance to rise out of
their troubles and are hold down only
hy the strong hand of the law."
In conclusion he pointed out the
eoining of the universal brotherhood
of the nations und nhowed the part
that the students must play in bring
ing this to pass I.. W. II.
WII. I. C()KR WKSTKHX STATKS
i iiicolu ill b islfed next summer'
l a gioiip of scientists who will tour I
the Miuijtiy lor the purpose of making'
inesfigations in intoiesting localities '
Hiding to an announcement re
ii Ai'd b I lean (' K Ilessey, the hcI- I
ntisi-, wih isit Lincoln about Aug-
n I IJ and will spi ml three days in
the slate 'I hey will lsit the Uni
ii--itv and places ot s-cicntiflc intei
i si in Lincoln and in the state '1'hls'
iutei n.it lonal ph togeogi aplnc excui
-ion in Ameiici is the oulgiowlh ol a'
-1 in il:i i one held m Kngland last year
'llu headcpiai tei '. ol the exclusion
will be Chicago and the party will
tiawl west. Lincoln and llalsey, Neb.,
Akion and other places ol interest in
Ceiloiaelo, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Tuc
'iiii, San Fiancisco and Mecca, Cal.,
.iM be the principal stops ol the ex
cm mod The scientists will be in
Lie) it a about (w o months
LATIN CLUB PLANS PROGRAM
Members of Club Are to Present
Questions Relating to Roman
I he Latin ( lllb is w el! stai ted oil
the eai s oik and has alu-ady given
one i good piogiam 'i he first i eg
it I ;t i meeting at which sub)ecis lelat
ing to Roman atf.iirs wmc discussed
as held during Noembei The-pic,
ions meetings wc-ie siient 111 oigania
Hon and adjusting the membership
At piesent the club is limited to thirty
members, chosen on the rnernts ol
then Latin scholarship The object
of the c lub in keeping it.s membership
low is to make it practical for it to
meet at the homes ol the different
The next meeting is to be held
Tuesday evening, Dec- 10, with Miss
C.aeckler, beginning at .s o'clock lie
ing the last meeting beloie Christmas
a program relating to the customs ol
the Romans m then obseiance ol
Christmas has been aiiangcd The
following subjects will he presented
Roman Holidays and Amusements
Clnihtinas in Rome Miss Bi.xhy
Christinas Iatin Hymns- Miss Gor
The Roman Saturnalia and Its Rela
Hon to Modern Christinas Customs
Roman Art Galleries at Christmas
t the cdose Latin hymns and songs
will he sung I. K. F.
Freshmen as well as older students
will receive a hearty welcome, courte
ous treatment, and the best of service
at Green's Barber Shop and Bathhouse,
120 N. 11th St. Adv.
GREEK PIRATE ROBS FRAT MEN.
Fraternity men of Chicago Univer
sity haw been systematically robbed
for the past several weeks by a clever'
criminal, paroled from a twenty-year1
sentence for diamond stealing. The1
thief isited a number of fraternity i
houses, claiming to be a frat maul
from Yale. Several hundred dollars1
worth of valuables were made away'
with before the Greeks' susicions were
aroused. A student "Sherlock'
Holmes" succeeded in locating the I
thief and proving his guilt. Fuzz. '
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Do your Christmas buying
early! And don't overlook your
self. In this list of seasonable
wearables there are things you
want and need for yourself.
Warm shaker sweaters, dur
able comfortable and handsome
shawl collars and "non-sag" pock
ets just the "dope" for campus
wear, $5 and $8.
Soft, fleece-wool "aviation"
caps they oll down over your
face and neck in stormy weather
smart lookers, $1.50.
Worsted knit gloves, snug
and warm, 50c. Mufflers knit
from pure thread silk in tasteful
colors the latest arrivals dressy
and serviceable, 1 .00 to $7.50.
Black and grey fine wool hose
and Notaseme durable worsted
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