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TODAY 2:30 -TONIGHT 8:15
The Musical Comedy Succeaa
The Rd Rose
Lottie Kendall & Co. of 50
Mat., $1 to 50c. Night, $1.50 to 50c
Frl., 8at A 8at."Mat., Feb. 6 & 7
Lyman H. Howe Travel Festival
THUR8., FRI 8AT., Feb. 6, 6, 7
O EC1 L LEAN
Assisted by CLEO MAY FIELD
BILLY QOULD & BELLE A8HLYN
JOHrJ E. HAZZARD
"MABELLE ADAM8 & CO.
' "MUR E "L & ' F R A N C E 8
LENNETT & WIL80N
Mat. Dally at 2: 15, Prices 15 & 25c
Night, 8:15. Prices 15,25,35,50,75c
MON., TUE8., WED., FEB. 2, 3 A 4
FOUR MU8ICAL KLEI8E8
THQ8E THREE ENTERTAINER8
"DOLLIE OF THE DAILIES"
"THE PERFECT TRUTH"
PICKLE8, ART &. CAUER KRAUT
CO M I NG--C H I L D'8" H AW A 1 1 AN 8
Three Shows Dally 2, 7 & 9 P. M.
MAT. ALL 8EAT8 10c NIQHT 15c
For Cab or Taxicab
For Parties, Call
Best Cabs, Best Service
Get Your Gall in Early
The Matinee dance to bo held at
tho Uindoll Hotel next Saturday
afternoon Is for tho purpose of
teaching those who desire to know
how to dance tho latest dances,
such as tho tango, one-Btep, hesita
tion, adolalde, etc.
Prof. Chambers of Omaha, who
has chargo of dancing at tho Omaha
Country Club has been secured. He
will bring with him his dancing
parties and musicians.
This is limited entirely to Univer
sity -Students, and will be chape
roned as required by University
rules. It is guaranteed by those In
charge. Informal dancing will fol
low tho instructions, 2 to 5 p. m.,
SAT., FEB. 7, LrNDBLL HOTEL.
PRICE, $1.26 A COUPLE.
MEIER DRUG CO.
13 And O Streets
,Ti5T ty Y, H, 0. A. LtuwU
Wednesday, February 4.
2:00 p. m. Basketball team leaves;
Rock Island station.
4:00 p. m. Track practlco Nebras
6:00 p. m Association girls' suppor
Y. W. C. A. rooms.
7:10 p m. Kofimot Klub tryouts
7:30 p. m. A I. E. E. E. E. build
ing. 7:30 p m. Civil Engineers' moot
ing M. E. 206.
7:30-10:00 p. m. Observatory open
to publie to view the moon.
Thursday, February 5.
11:30 a. m. Convocation Memorial
6:00 p. m. Officers' Club meeting
Armory. 7:10 p. m Kosmet Klub tryouts
7:15 p. m. Pershing Hides drill-
8:00 p m - Phi Delta Phi- Slg Alph
FOR AMBITIOUS 8TUD8
(Continued from Pago One)
scholarships to ambitious students. A
certificate of such endorsement Is
placed in the handB of every student
whose application for enrollment as a
scholarship candidate is accepted.
Threo scholarships are awarded not
for class room proficiency, but for
practical work In the summer months
or In spare time through tho school .
year, college employment, mireaus
from Maine to California endorse and
recommend this plan as a sure means
of meeting college expenses for self
supporting students. The work pos
sesses a dignity and distinction which
invariably appeals to the Ideals of col
lege men. It Is alwas congenial and ,
iuy Bou-uuppui iiiii, Hiuumii v;uji Di-
cure full particulars of this scholar
ship plan without obligation or cost
by dropping a postcard at once to Tho
Review of Reviews Scholarship Fund,
30 Irving Place, Now York City.
AT THE THEATRES.
Wednosday Matinee and Evening
"The Red Rose."
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mati
nee Lyman H. Howe's Trave
logues. Coming Next Week Harry Lauder.
First Half of Week The Parisian
Second Half of Week Advanced
Vaudeville, with Cecil Lean and
Vaudeville and Feature Photo-plays.
Feature FllmB and Orchestral Music.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. George Bros.,
Printers, 1313 N street.
NOTICE TO 8UB8CRIBER8.
The increased circulation of
tho DAILY NEBRASKAN will
make it inconvenient for all
subscribers to secure their
copies through the distributing
windows at Station A. In or
der to cause tho 'least amount
of Inconvenience during the ten
o'clock hour, after next Tues
day all subscribers who havp
lock boxes will secure their
NEBRA8KANS through this
means. Also the subscribers
who live at the Y. M. C. A, may
receive their paper through the
association postoffice. Notice
of this will appear later.
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DRIVE UP LATE.
POLITICS GETTING WARM
Reese and Baumann Are Out for the
Leadership of Their Class Both
Men Are Prominent In Uni
The political bosses are again astir
and the powers behind tho throne
havo their heads together. Tho most
advanced campaign is tho race for tho
presidency of tho Junior Class Her
bert S. Rooso and William H. Bau
mann have both announcod their can
didacy for tho position and It is ru
mored that there is a possible dark
horso In tho field. ClasB elections will
be held on Tuesday, February 17, ac
cording to tho notice from the Regis
William H. Baumann of Omaha Is a
member of the Silver Lynx fraternity
and has been activo In school affairs.
He Is registered In tho Engineering
College and has for two years played
on his class football team. Baumann
was chairman of tho Junior Prom.
Herbert S. Reese Is best known by
his activity in track work, having
made a good record In this lino of
college-Bport. He Is a mombor of the
Teachors. College and Is affiliated with
no frntcrnUy organization. Heeso was
also a member of his class team in
his Sophomore year.
Both men have a strong body of
supporters and a close contest Is ex
pected by their friends.
WE WANT TO KNOW?
We Want to Know Wa8 t
In th "pre-law building" days ono
of tho fixtures, If not ornaments, of the
campus was a large group of law stu
dents communing with bulldog pipes
at tho Eleventh street portals of the
University. Rains might rain and
snows might unow, but not one of the
band allowed his lovo for Lady Nico
tine to withor. Co-eds might dive
through tho battle smoke times with
out numbor, but not one of the valiant
group deserted his fellows.
Whon tho now law building was
completed, oerslstent rumor had It
that tho lawB were to have a royally
appointed smoking room in a quiet
corner of their now habitation. The
rumor was published in Lincoln dally
papers and wrath fell upon those who
had "queered" the smoking room. It
was said that the project had been
abandoned and that the laws would be
forced to amoke outside the portals as
The sun may shine with a kindly
warmth and blossom-scented breezes
may caress the cheek of the lounger
at the gates, but seldom Is the lounger
a law student. Academic devotees of
tho weed look about wondering and
ask in whispers, "Where aro the law
$700 a Year Too Much for Education.
"If I had my way 1 would put out of
college evory boy who spends more
than $700 a year. He is doing him
self no good and Is a bad example to
others." These wore tho words of
President Stryker of Hamilton at a
recent alumni dinner. College authorl
Hon nt Hamilton have nrnriuced figures
showing that $513 a year Is sufficient 1
to take a hoy through college. Thel
Ted Marrlner--Cner, Hatter, and
Repairer. Auto B-17B9. 25 No. 11th.
LOST Sunday, in or near Temple,
bunch of keys. Return to Ray offloe.
Tho Civil Engineers will moot at
7:30 o'clock Wednosday, February 4,
in M. E. 206. Professor Mickey will
talk on "Paving Construction at Nor
folk." Everybody out
Registration is still open for tho big
special chorus which is being assem
bled by Mrs. Raymond to sing on the
May Festival program. Practices aro
being held on Monday, Wednosday and
Friday. A special class for men has
been arranged for 7 o'clock on Mon
day ovonlng. Registration for Chorus
gives tho studont freo admission to
the May Festival entertainment.
Y. W. C. A.
Don't forget tho association girls'
Bupper tonight at 6 o'clock at tho
Y. W. C. A. rooms. Tho campflrc girls
will dress In costume and each com
mittee and class will wear a dis
tinctive color. Tlckots aro 16 cents
All organization pictures must be
taken by February 15. JunlorB and
seniors must accept their proofs at
Tpwnsend'B at once
Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
Mr. J. P. Williams, a down-town
business man, will speak at tho regu
lar Y. M. C. A. mooting Thursday
evening on "Motive In Life "
will bo open to the public Wednesday,
Fobruary 4, from 7:30 to 10 p. ra., If
tho skies are clear, for a view of tho
A. I. E. E.
Meeting tonight at 7:30, Electrical
Engineering building. "Lightning Ar
resters," by Prof. O. J. Ferguson, F. O.
Qunther and R. C Jenkins.
Important meeting of the Univer
sity Cadet .Offloors' Club, Thursday, In
the Armory Immediately after drill.
Plans for cadet encampment will bo
PEOPLE WE KNOW
Elmer Hansen, student In the School
of Pharmacy, left at 4:30 p. m. yester
day for Columbus, Ohio, to attend tho
national convention of tho pharmacy
fraternity, Phi Delta Chi. Mr. Han
sen's father, N. P. Hansen, also a
member of the fraternity, accompanlod
him. They will visit with friends In
Indianapolis and will return to Lin
coln a weok from today.
Charlie Hauptman, '15, president of
the Y. M. C. A , haB gone to his home
In Fremont because of a severe attack
Secretary Ewlng of the Y. M. C. A.
Is In Omaha attending to Association
business and meeting his old college
acquaintances at the meeting of tho
Nebraska Oberlln College Alumni As
sociation. Margaret Kiofer has been appointed
director of the Beatrice High School
gymnasium class which was recently
organized thru the efforts of tho
Beatrice Woman's Club.
Homer Phillips, a sophomore in tho
College of Engineering and first ser
geant of Cadet Company "O," has dis
continued college work this semester.
He will probably return to the Univer
sity next fall.
D. P. Weeks. Jr.. '15. of the College
Agriculture, who was operated on
lor appendicitis last Tuesday, is get-
f ting along nicely.
Prof. Hutton Webster of the Pollt
leal Science 'department was confined
to bis hone yesterday on account of
limes and .was hot able to meet his
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STUDENTS FIND WEATHER
KIOSK HiRD PROBLEM
L .' ... -' 'm
Latin, Greek, MathWateV: alft ' wj
Not the Only .P.erpljnf . 'f ,
Questions.' n'"n rt'
Tho government vftattietf - vb'areau
kiosk whloh oocuples' consplCUOttB
poslUon boforo University Hr'Jb'' r
ferrod to froqucrttfy' by 'me'riaber Of -
tho Btudont body; Somo jtoateur
woathor obsorvor cast,. Jcnowng eyp'
upon tho record flWplayV&in.tfKJiJcfoHTc '
and then turn away maklajgrsag6 r
marks about the weathervwbl.eti'would
mako tho bureau ma& shudder and
gnash bis teeth. ' ' - u
A studont obBorvor w7k' stood in
wrapt attention bofpro (ho cJobX yes- .
terday morning explained to. another,
"You boo thero's a, 'blgh.' Ip t)io.iorth
and In tho northwest It's wanner qp
there than It Is hore." TMe ,dther fltu
dent nodded undorstandlrity iilit a
girl who stood near turned 'author
ing glnnce of contempt upon tho lec
turer and his audlonoo and, explained
that the "high" was a high .pressure
nrea nnd that tbe-alr fro-4h4-area
rushed Into the low pros SUrOi Area to
the eaet, carrying lowered ' tempera
tures to the country between tho high
pressure areas in the north ahd tho
lower pressuro area to the east and
south. , ...
"Why don't you register for ,raetoor
ology?" was tho young ladyte porting
remark, and two amateur weather ob
servers looked thoughtful. ""
CATHOLIC 8TUDENT8' "
Fraternity Hall, Friday, .February .
Tho committeo of the Catholic Stu
dents' Club danco wish' to announco
that the grand march will begin"
promptly at 8:45 p. m. This is the.
flret big danco of the year, and ar
rangements aro complete (pr on,o of
the bost ever. There are a few .tickets
yet to bo had at fl.00 eacbr Tbey
can be had of Joe Johnaon, 'Barney
Olll. T. E. Wood and T. J. SnlUvan.
Adv. Freshman Rules at Pennsylvania.
Standing out as tho principal re
strictions and rules for freshmen Is
sued at tho University of Pepnsylva-.
nla recently wore tbpso forbidding the
growing of mustaches; and comajaBd
lng the wearing of only black head- '
gear .ties and socks. A fresh Is also
not permitted to appear wearing ay
of tho University cofors or any Uni
versity insignia. The Dally Qalifor
nian. Irrigation for Western Nebraska,
Washington. A bill Including wesU
ern Nebraska in the area under inves
tigation by the Intorlor department
with referonce to tho building of res
ervoirs to bo filled for Irrigation pur
poses from flood waters and from' un
derground currents has been" Intro
duced in the senate by Senator Brls
tow. Tho bill also carries anaiiproV
prlatlon of $20,000,000 'for The Icon
struction of lakes and reaervoifri ' " -
Tho discovery that oil mft4 tromr
corn can bo used cnnnmMii V'.-
substitute for expensive' olive oil and ?? ' '4s
cottonseed oil lft-cooklaft haft hi-'-,
made by Prof. L. g. Sayr ;0f the '.!'
school of pharmacy at the Universltv --'.-
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