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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1914)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PRESENT GERMAN PLAY
GERMAN DRAMATIC CLUB IN
READINESS TO STAGE ANNUAL
"FLACHSMAN ALS ERZIHER"
Temple the Scene Rehearsals Now In
Progress Cast An
nounced. The German Dramatic club presents
its annual pla in the Temple theater
Friday evening, January 1G. Much
time and thought has been given to
the selection of this year's piny and
as a re-ult Ernst's "Flachsmann als
Erzieher" will he presented. When this
drama first (ame out in Germany it set
the people to thinking. It is still very
popular there and is presented at the
Royal theater on an average of once
a week The nucleus of the play is a
Rat ire on educational idens Therefore
extreme personalities are ( haracter
ized. The cast is a- follows. Juergen
Flachsmann, principal of a boys'
school, Ottomar Stricter; teachers in
the school, Theodore Frank, Melvin
Schlesinger, Harold Piers, Leon Snv
der, Frank Carlson, Fred Stricter;
teachers of elementary classes, Mar
garet Wooster, Winifred Seeger; jan
itor ot Flachsmann's, Franz Radke;
janitor at neighboring girls' school,
Herbeit Giummaun; Prof. Pr Prell,
gov eminent commissioner, Hugo Ilroe
ker. Mis Pot rinaim, Viian Cleaver;
her sit'arold son Max, John Pah
sen; P.i ockmann, William Pahnke;
Mrs Hn'scndalil, Winifred Outhouse;
three bos in the ho s' school, Lorenz
Hess, and Ei w in Schaus
The i ast has been working hard
for two months with two or more re
hearsals ,i week, and now have the
play in ( ommendahle shape.
STUDENTS CAN EASILY MAKE
INEXPENSIVE FOREIGN TRIPS
Three Months Travel in Europe and
Along the Mediterranean Possible if
Willing to work, says Robertson.
"Lives there a man with soul so dead
Who never to himself hath said,
'This is my own, my native land."
And then sighed for a trip to Europe.
Despite the modern warcry, "See
America first," every single one of us
lives in the hope of the sudden real
ization of that ever elusive trip
abroad. Well why don't we go? It's
Here's the dope, straight from the
man who has crossed the ocean seventy-nine
times in twenty years. Mr.
Frank R. Roberson. The big difllcul
ty is, of course, getting over and back.
With the average student even the
minimum steamship fare is out of ques
tion. He could live for three months in
Europe for what bis first class passage
would cost him. He or she must use
ingenuity to oversome the briny deep.
Let your brains and your enegry be
your ticket. Any large Atlantic
Steamship company will give free a
second class roundtrip ticket to any
one who will secure for them ten tick-
WE HAVE JUST OPENED
DRY CLEANING PLANT
CLEANERS, PRESSERS, DYERS
333 NORTH TWELFTH STREET
S. MILLER KENT AND COMPANY IN THE REAL Q
THE RAFFLES OF VAUDEVILLEAT THE ORPHEUM
ets averaging $lf0.00 apiece. Reflect
for a moment; travel in Europe is
by family, two or three families would
easily need ten tickets. Look around
you, they are sailing every day.
If one can secure ten tickets to the
Mediterranean he or she gets a first
class fare and return but is obliged
to help with the luggage. Thus if you
have friends you may go.
The young man Is more fortunate
than his sister for lie can water and
feed cattle on the Atlantic Transport,
Lay land and other lines for his pass
age over. The steamship company
will take him back first class with no
work. Do a little work and go.
Wealthy friends each day sail with
their cars for a tour abroad. If you
can drive a car, this avenue is the
most pleasant and profitable of all.
Once there, the opportunities are
boundless. Mr. Roberson outlined
three itineries of three months each,
any of which gives one a maximum of
Interest at a minimum expense. For
the young man the motor cycle is the
most desirable of all conveyances. It
is cheap, easily disposed of, and ef
ficient. Such a machine may be pur
The first of these three trips if the
northern one: In three niontliB one
may spend to advantage one week in
Scotland, ten days in Wales, three
weeks in England about the lakes,
Stratford, London etc., three weeks
in Norway amid the Fjords and
fishing villages, three days in Den
mark, ten days in Germany, three on
the Rhine and five in Holland.
In the south one might spend three
weeks in Italy, ten days in Switzer
land, one week in Austria, two weeks
in France, the Rhine and Paris, ten
days in Germany and two keeks in
Mr. Roberson suggests still another
itinerary as desirable from a stud
ent's point of view. That is a three
months tour of the Holy Land, visit
ing Cairo, the Nile, Palestine, Greece,
Constantinople, and spending fifteen
days in necessary travel on the Med
iterranean. Any of these three delightful pro
grams could be carried out by a young
man witli an eye economy for $1.50
a day living expenses, altlio it must
be born in mind that the farther south
one goes, the more expensive living
STUDES SUFFERFROM BAD COLDS
Alternate Days of Cold And Warmth
Had Affect on Constitution.
"I'd by areb, by areb.
Here's Faddie, Addie, Jeddie
Id by areb wid Bat Ralode."
Was wafted along on the campus
atmosphere early last evening.
Wo turned to see whom the warbler
might be and found our old friend U.
N. Stude aproaching us.
"Whad's de badder wid your Udided
States? Old Bal" said we.
"O says he, with one eye closed,
Dis widder I'b takig de dew course in
Durkish speakig ad sigig ad I wad just
practisig a lidde."
Ted Marrlner Cleaner, natter, antf
Repairer. Auto B-.1799. 235 No. 11th.
Jones' Orchestra; Phone L9666.
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