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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TONIGHT, SAT. & SAT. MAT.
Bud Fisher's Musical Creation,
"Mutt and Jeff in Panama"
NIGHT $1 to 25c Mat 50 & 25c.
MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 12
JAMES K. HACKETT
IN "THE GRAIN OF DUST
JAN. 15 EMMA TRENTINI.
Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Jan. 8-9-10.
THE TROY COMEDY FOUR
Comedians & Harmony Singers
THE MEYAKO" SISTERS
Pretty Japanese Girls
A-Powerful Two-Part Photo Play
A Startling Dramatic Feature
"A DIP IN THE BRINE"
THREE SHOWS DAILY, 2, 7 and 9
MAT, All Seats 10c, NIGHT, 15c
THUR., FRI., SAT., JAN. 8, 9 and 10
First American Tour
CHUNG HWA COMEDY FOUR
3lever Exponents of Harmony & Fun
THE THREE ELLISONS
ARMSTRONG & CLARK
BIANT AND MAC
THE BLANK FAMFLY
THE KELLI DUO
NEBRAKA ANIMATED WEEKLY
Mat". Daily at 2:15, Pnce6 15 & 25c
Night, 8:15, Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c
University Jeweler and Optician
C A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. YELLOW FRONT
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
UML, . .WTM1M
Spharo Styx Show
OLIVER THEATER SAT. JAN. 17
A Fun Festival consisting of up-to-the-minute
"vodvil" and minstrel
entertainment produced by an all
OVER SIXTY IN CAST
WRITTEN BY A UNI MAN
JOHN T. PRINCE, JR.
PRICES $1, 75c, 50c Reserva
tions open Monday at Olover Box
Offiec. Organizations reserve tomorrow.
The Nebraikan Does Not Ncceuariljr En
dorse the Sentiment! Expressed in
To the Kditor ol The I)ail Ne
braskan There omen a time in 111"
(areer of the successful and proxies
she business man when he must
change or expand the supporting elc
nients of his business to conform with
the more advanced and up to date
ideas of the times If he persists on
remaining in the same old tut he is
soon classed as a "hack nuniher" and
his business piestige is soon on a
i lipid decline
The "Hag" is at the present time
facing some such condition Not n (
essarily is it synommous to a busi
ness entei prise, as such an enterprise
is usually thought of, hut essential!) il
is a parallel to one This university
is rapidly growing in si.e and prestige
and what part of a university better
portravs Its spirit and piogreBalveliess
than tin' publication which olli iall
i eprescnis it Although the present
puhlication is a very credltahle one
an movement which has as its put
pose the advancement and betterment
of the paper should be heartily en
couraged The increased cost, of pub
lication and the resulting increase in
the subscription price seems to be
about the only boog-a-boo" standing in
the way of a change for such a better
incut, but the Michigan Daily, a fie
(olunin puhlication of the Universit)
of Michigan costs but two dollars and
fifty cents per year and Is delivered
to the subscribers' door week das
and Sundavs If they can do It in
Michigan we can do it here in .W
I take it that an exchange of uui
ersity publications is can led on be
tween those colleges which, by virtue
ol there geographical positions are
bound together by common interests
and a university paper goes far in
establishing in the minds of Its read
ers the status of the university which
it represents Nebraska-has taken the
lead in athletics and shown her su
periority on the forensic platform, and
it is indeed time that the official rep
resentative of the student body, its
dailv paper, should stride into the
pace which has been set, and be put on
a par with the dally publications of
Michigan and other mid western Insti
Let's get out of the rut!
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Dr. Winnett Orr Speaks
To Premedical Men
at Orthopedic Tonight
The first of a serieB of lectures, ar
ranged for by the Premedical associa
tion, will be given tonight. Dr. H. Win
nett Orr will deliver his address on
"The Causes and Methods of Preven
tion and Cure of Deformities." The
lecture will be illustrated by patients
and stereopticon slides.
The lecture will be given at the
Orthopedic hospital at 7:30 tonight.
Scene from JAMES K. HACKETT
"The Grain of Dust." At The Oliver Monday Night.
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, natter, and
Repairer. Auto B-1799. 235 No. 11th.
Artistic dance programs and menu
'or particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street
ALL SOULS' CHURCH
A Free Religious Society
C'ORNKR II AND 12 ill
ARTHUR L. WEATHKRLY, Minister
This it a religious society with the University
ideal, "the search after truth."
It haa no creed or dogma to defend.
It seek to develop the reverent attitude toward
life and the sprit of service among men.
Problems of life are discussed frankly and
freely in the light of modern knowledge.
Service, 10:45 a. m.
"THE STRUGGLE FOR PERSONALITY"
Students' Liberal Religious Union, 12:15
Mr. Weatherly: "Can the College Man and Woman be Religious?"
YOU ARE INVITED
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