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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1914)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
JANUARY 26, 27 AND 28
Mon., Tuus., Wed. and Wed. Matinee
OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS
THE CLEVER COMEDY TRIUMPH
PEG 0' MY HEART
Saturday, January 17
A BIG SPARKLING ALL- UNI
Seats Now on Sale $1, 75 and 50c.
Thurs, Frl., Sat., Jan. 15, 16, 17.
S. MILLER KENT & CO.
In "THE REAL Q,
The Raffles of Vaudeville.
AUSTIN WEBB & CO.
HARRY VAN FOSSEN.
DUPREE & DUPREE.
NEBR. ANIMATED WEEKLY.
Mat. Dally at 2:15. Prices 25 & 15c.
Night, 8:15, Prices 15, 25, 35, 50, 75c
THURS., FRI., SAT., JAN. 15-16-17.
JAMES C. CARROLL & CO.
In the Grinning Dramatic Playlet,
With their acrobatic & ball punch
ing BULL TERRIERS.
A two-part feature photo play
"THE STREET SINGERS,"
a pretty romance.
"BETWEEN THE DANCES."
THREE SHOWS DAILY, 2, 7 anrl 9
MAT. ALL SEATS 10c, NIGHT 1rc
GERMAN DRAMATIC CLUB
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16
LACHMANN ALS ER2IEHER
A Good Play With a Cast of 20
Prices 50, 35, 25. Tickets at Por
ters and at desk in Temple.
Try the Y. M. C. A. Lunch Room
City Y. M. C. A. 13th and P
WHITMAN'S CLASSY CANDY
Meier Drug Co
13 AND O STREETS
NOTEBOOKS AND VALUABLES
DISAPPEAR IN NUMBERS
Unusual Activity of Light-Fingered
Gentlemen increases as Semes
ter Exams Approach.
An epidemic of crime in the guise
of light-flngeredness lias been sweep
ing the campus during the last week.
Possibly "borrowing" would be a bet
ter term to use, in a great many cases.
However, repeated complaints navel
been turned in at the Nebraskan oW
fico of losing sums of money, in one
case the amount was over thirty dol
lars, and of watches.
Books also seem to possess great
attractiveness for the deft-fingered
gentry. A. great many books, both
text and notebooks, have dlsapeared In
the shuffle. Some of these books
were doubtless borrowed in good faith
but they have remained "borrowed"
and it certainly looks like purloining
to the owners. The loss of notebooks
is particularly felt as In them are con
tained the notes of the entire semes
ter and just now before exams these
aro in great demand.
The old refrain "Look out for .Pick
pockets' will serve in good stead un
til the kleptomaniac bug takes its
(light from the campus.
Oi Wealthy Students
Has the University of Nebraska as
many spendthrift students as the
eastern institutions? It would hardly
seem so, for a very few Nebraska men
spend more than 700 dollars which,
according to President M. W. Stryker
of Hamilton, Is the maximum amount
which any institution ought to, allow
any student to spend in a year. At
a recent alumni dinner President
Stryker issued the following state
ment. "If I had my way I would put out
of college every boy who spends more
than $700 a year. He is doing himself
no good and is a bad example to oth
ers." In these days of a tightening of
money many of the eastern schools
and colleges are forced to realize the
absurd expenditures which the mod
ern young American is forced to
make in his searcli for "culchah."
Hamilton college has produced figures
to show that $513 a year is sufficient
to take a boy thru college.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED . . .
3n GMjpr lap
Chancellor Andrews tells of Ills In
(cresting observations In his recent
trip to the coast.
Members of the sophmore class
carry ofT the tho chairman of tin
freshman hop committee, thus delay
ing the preparations for thee lass hop.
Dr. Denton, the first chancellor of
the university, addresses a large
crowd of students at convocation.
Nebraska HO WeBleyan 17.
Kx-dovernor Furnas addresses the
The girls will take basketball trips
and ploy Minnesota and Missouri
Nebraska ranks sixth among die
state universities of the country in
The "Amazons," a farce comedy, by
Pinero, was presented by the Dra
The Regents declare for campus re
moval. They recommend, at the Neb.
alumni banquet, that all university
activities and departments be united
upon a single campus, including every
college except the College of medi
cine. Agitate Suffrage in Other Schools.
While the advisability of establish
ing a university suffrage organization
is being discussed here, it is noticed
that it is an item of interest in other
universities and is being agitated by
prominent people. State Senator A
V Vandeventer of Oklahoma said:
"Women do ninety per cent of the
teaching; seventy-five per cent of the
church going; and the number in the
penitentiary is so small that I have
been unable to figure out the per
cent. Therefore I do not see why
they should not do fifty per cent of
Oglethorpe university Is to be re
founded and rebuilt in Atlanta, Ga.,
after a lapse of more than forty years.
One hundred of Atlanta's most sub
stantial business men, in a meeting
held in the chamber of congress there,
so decided. Ex.
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SUNDAY STUDENTS DAY
(Continued on Page Three.)
First Congregational Church. Thir
teenth and L. ; Pastor, Hev. V. M.
Shlpherd; Subject, "Loyalty"
Plymouth Congregational Church.
Senentei-nth and A.; Pastor, Hev.
('has. H Rogers; Subject, "University
Students and the Christian Life."
Vine Congregational Church.
Twenty-fifth and S ; Pastor Rev M.
A. Bullock, D. D., Subject, "The Mos
aic Legislation Brought Down to
Roman Catholic Church. Thirteenth
and M.; Father Bradley; Subject, Ser
mon. Faculty Women Entertain.
The wives of the university pro
fessors entertained their husbands at
an informal faculty gathering Wednes
day evening. The women met In the
afternoon, holding a reception among
themselves until the gentlemen up
peared. A tasty supper prepared by
the university cafeteria was then
served, following which several ex
temporaneous toasts were delivered.
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