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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1912)
THE DAILY NEHRASKAN
REGENT ADDRESSES CONVOCATION
Gives Vivid Description of Spain, Her
Trouble With Bird Pests And the
Solution of the Problem
HiKMil Frank I. Mailer spoke at
( (invocations ,csteiday moinliiK '-Ion-
.1 goodly numbei of students, on
tin Hubjeil, "Sonic phases of European
I,lfo" Hi- lias but recently returned
Ironi a prolonged IhII on the conti
nent, and presented some of hln ex
periences In a very humorous manner
In ordei to limit the Hiibjcr t matter of
his addiess to (onfoini to the small
time allowed ((invocation speakers, he
spoke principally on Spain, leaving
Hurope aftei a lew mimics wpent in
describing some of the numerous (Ub
comforts ol traveling in that country
"Spain." he said, ' is an Interesting
land In spile of the fact that its scen
ery i loselyieseiubles that of our Had
Uinds It is a cry barren, desolate
looking ( ountry in some parts, and
thereby lianas a tale In the early
I linos the people weie caused much
annoyance and even severe loss by
birds, which nettled in swarms over
their crops and destroyed their liar
vests As a remedy, they conceived
the idea ol cutliiiK down all the trees.
This was done with the result that
mlay there aie few birds to be found
in Spain, and the rountiy presents a
bat i en appeaiance "
Haicelona, the pimcipal city and the
('lib ago ol Spain, is Interesting on ac
count ol its cathedials Madrid has
tin lines! ait gallery In the world, its
collections consisting of paintings of
the old masters The modern Spanish
artists, howevei, with their new con
ceptlons of art, are furnishing sub
JisMs which lack the rareness of th
Regent Mailer was in the city yes
terduy attending the meeting of the
He is the only Omaha member of
the Hoard, and is a prominent business
mini in Hid metropolis He has taken
a great deal ot interest in the prob
leins that confront the University and
btudent life, and favors its enlaige
inent along all lines.
REMOVAL LEFT TO STATE
(Continued from I'age 1 )
AG. CLUB WILL MEET SATURDAY
A. E. Anderrfon Will Address the Club
Followed by Awarding of "N"s.
At a meeting of the Ag Club to bo,
held Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7.30 p in , I
in the Cicography lecture loom, a big
program will be arrled through Mr
A Iv Anderson, U of N . '12, who later
speii t fourmonthsstudylng Kuropean
agricultural methods, will tJilk on
"Farming in Europe " Following this
will be a talk on the International
Sio( k Show, given by members of the
stock judging team lastly, the "N"h
will be awaided to those men wliO
made the stork Judging team. St
One ol the Intel est nig things at Uni
versity Farm is the "inoul farmyard"
which the Engineering Department is
planning A model house, barn, sheds'
and numerous other inlniaturo build
ings aie arranged to conform with that
departments notion of an ideal yard..
This 'farm" is located just north of!
the Judging pavilion and all visitors'
should include it in their sightseeng
tt Ips around the Campus '
fc SIMMONS THE PRINTER
-fa Dance Programs -fc
if Banquet Menus fc
if Calling Cards if
if Book Publications -
if 317 S. 12th St.
LET THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
KUHL PRINTING CO.
212-215 South 12th St.,
DO YOUR PROGRAM AND
pen, assistant in animal husbandry,
C O. Host, assistant in agricultural
sistunt in entomology, E. H. Mayes,
assistant in hog cholera serum plant,
chemistry. Noel Rhodes, erdsman in
animal husbandry, It. V. Dawson, as
O F. Johnson, assistant in military
department; 10. H. Ionginan, scholar
in philosophy; C. L. Hoin, assistant in
debating, Teachers' Collogo High
School; Annie A. Ryan, assistant in
geometry, Teachers' College High
School; Hertha H Aiken, assistant in
English, Teachers' Collogo High
School. J. L. C.
They aie always the best
We seive hot and cold
drinks all winter long
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
South West Corner 14 and O Street
if HERPOLSHEIMER'S CAFE
Dinner 11:30 to 1:30 -fc
if Supper 5:30 to 7:30 if
if 25 Cents if
if Also Cafeterlan Style if
HE MOMENT YOU PUT ON CLOTHES
made to your measure, you see the vast dif
ference between merchant tailored and ready
made. Our way costs no more. Be sure
to see our line first.
rnrri Beginning Monday, Dec. 9th C D C f f
rlxLLl GET CASH COUPON T IV Ei Ei :
High-Grade Natural Tone Talking and Singing Machine FREE !
Cull at ur itore and hear the apecially prepared Records. You bny only the Records
THESE RECORDS ARE FAMOUS FOR THEIR TONE AND QUALITY
One Standard Talking Machine with Handsome Flower Horn djon A
FREE to Every Customer whose Cash Purchases amount to PU.UU
dood until six Machines are ghen away.
A god place to buy Christmas dirts. Fine Fruits and Candies We
can sell you any good kind or Fountain Pen
The University Book Store
340 No. 11th St., Lincoln, Nebr.
Mr. Louis Mann
Who will be seen in his greatest
success of his career
ELEVATING A HUSBAND
at the Oliver Tonight
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128 N. 14th See our Sample
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