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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
OPENINGS IN FOREIGN LANDS
Pamphlet Received at Y. M. C. A.
Rooms Sets Forth Business Chances
Across the Waters.
CALL FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES.
Tho number ol openings for college
graduates In foreign ltuulH 1h briefly
set foith In a pamphlet recently re
ceived nt the Y. M C A The pam
phlet 1h Issued by the Student Volun
teer Movement, calling the attention
of college men and women to numer
oiih potdtionB now open In the field
over which It has charge. TheBo po
sitions call for men and women who
have had college training or practical
experience In the line of work which
they expect to follow. The reaaon for
thin Ib that persons aro wanted who
can go into a community and become
leaders In all phases of llfo.
According to the last report thero
aro about 410 positions open to men
and some over 200 for women These
include a great diversity ol talent To
men the Held is especlallv large, In
cluding engineers, teachers, physical
directors, architects, huildeis, physl
clans, business managers, piactical
farmers, dentists, preacheis, etc To
women tho field Is more limited, but
covers quite a variety of positions as
physicians, muses. klndergailneis,
teachers, phjslcal directors, eange
IlBtB, Btenogiaphers, superintendents,
etc. These opportunities aie the ie
Biilts of the missionary movement of
tho Y. M. C. A and the different
churches of thlB country I K. F.
FEEL GOOD OVER LIMITED HOPS
Committee of Engineering Hop Satis
fled With Efforts to Limit Dance
With the validated tickets Toi the
ICnglnevring Hop, which Is to held to
night disposed of, and no more on the
market, the committee are congrat
plating themselves on the arrange
mentB for a limited hop. "as adver
tised." Only eighty-seven are to be
admitted to tho hall, and strict guaid
will be kept upon all the back stalls
for "sneakers "
Chairman Wirt, ol the committee,
doBlres the cooperation of all hold
lng tickets in order that the dance
may be run exactly on time. ' 10ver.
one should be there by 8 30 ready loi
the grand inarch, which will start
promptly at 8 45. The doois will be
closed during the march, and those
arriving late will be required to wait
outside until Its completion."
The programs, bearing the enslg
nla of the Engineering Society on a
white cover, aro of a rich design.
Sain Carrier Is Master of Ceremonies.
GOOD SPIRIT RUNS HIGH
(Continued from Page 1.)
Cheers For Frank
'I he calling on Ernie Frank to re
spond to the toaBt, "Revlow of the
SeaBon," was a Blgnal for an ovation
which was an indication of the es
teem In which the student body holds I
the Cornhusker's doubty little cap
tain. Colonel A I, Hixby, familiarly
known as Hix, told several humorouB
stories, recounted Home of the trials
ol his early days and ended by rend
ing a poem written several years ago
at the occasion of the annual con
test between Nebraska and Minne I
'Football As a Training" was the!
Milijec t of a toast responded to by I
"lim" Harvey, an ex-varslty captain '
He dwelt upon the value that one.
ets trom playing the game, both from,
the phsicnl and mental standpoint, i
an I recommended it as a good train
ing giound for future development
l)i F S Cutter, In his remarkh on'
the subje t ol "Nebraska Spirit."
made an appeal to Nebraska students!
to place their alma mater at the top
of their affections He pleaded lor
the subjugation of class and fraternity
inteiests to the interest ot the whole I
Universit, and pointed out that the
reward in the end would be a more
unified and harmonious student body
and hence i better and more genuine
Tribute to Andrews.
Chancellor Avery proved a gracious
ictim to the demands of the students
and gave a shot t talk that went home
He said that Nebraska enthusiasm
was not of the external kind, but more
of that type that is lodged within the
heaits of the students He payed
a fitting tribute to Chancellor Emeri
tus Henjaniln E Andrews, by relating
an incident that showed the affection
which the former chancellor bore tow
aid Ncbtaskn students. Later on in
the evening, at the suggestion of Er
nie Frank, the Chancellor was outhor
ized by the assembly to send I)r An
drews a telegram expressing the good
sentimenti of the Nabraska student
Hefoie the ciowd adjourned, short
talks were given by Captain Elect
Puidj and members ol the team, in
cluding Harnian, Howard, Allan,
Swanson. Towle, Mastin, "Pip" Cook
and Owen Fiank McC.
W. D. HUNTER PUBLISHE8 WORKS
Former Assistant Publishes Work On
W D Hunter, 1900, formerly an as
sistant in the department of geology,
has recently published a bulletin on
"The Boll Weavil Problem," and P. J.
O'Gara, a former student, has pub
lished a paper on "Fungus Diseases of
Alfalfa Occurring In Oregon." R. S
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