The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 25, 1914, Image 3

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THE DAILY NIBRASKAN
THEATRES
OLIVER THEATER
Thu. Fri. 8aL & 8at. Mat. Feb. 26-28
Night 8 p.m. Matinee 2 p.m.
KLAW & ERLINQER'8
International
BEN HUR
PR1CE8 $2.00 to 60c
March 2-4 3 Nights & Wed. Mat.
OTI8 8KINNER in "KISMET"
Prices $2.00 to 50 Cents
ORPilCUM THEATER
THUR8. FRI. 8AT. Feb. 26, 27, 28
BILLY B. VAN
THE BEAUMONT SISTERS & CO.
In the One-Act Musical Comedy
"PROPS"
80PHYE BARNARD
LOU ANGER
BOUDINI BROTHER8
MARGARET ILES & CO.
ED CORELLI & CHA8. GILLETT
ROBERTO
Assisted by BEA VERERA
Mat. at 2:15. Prices 15 & 25c. Night
at 8:15; prices 15, 25, 35, 50 & 75c
LYRIC THEATEB
MON. TUES. WED. Feb. 23, 24, 25
WILLARD HUTCHINSON & CO.
In "A Leap Year Leap"
THE RAMSEY SI8TERS
PHOTO PLAYS
A Positive Two-Part Feature
"THE OTHER GIRL"
"THE BLINDED HEART"
"PATHE'8 8EMI-WEEKLY"
The World's News in Motion Views
THE SOLOMON SISTERS
Three 8hows Dally 2, 7, 9 p. m.
Matinee, All Seats 10c. Night, 15c
Try Our Luncheonettes
They are alwayB the beat
We eerve hot and cold
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANDY KITCHEN
Southwest Corner 14th O-Street
Miss Charlotte Whedon
Student of Louis Chalif of
New York
Announces classes In the New Social
Dances Maxlxo Tango One-Step
Hesitation Waltzes, beginning Sat
urday, 3:30 p. m., at Whltten-Car-UbIo
Gymnasium.
For Information call Phono B1287.
WHITMAN'S OLASSY
OANDY
1VIEIER DRUG CO.
18 and O greets
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Try the Y. M. 0. A. Lunch
Boom, Cafeteria, Plan
City Y. M. 0. A. 13th ft P
NEBRA8KA PROFE880R
PUBLISHES NEW BOOK8
Professor Howard Completes Two New
Manuals Upon Political Science
Questions.
Professor Goorgo E. Howard of the
department of Political Science and
Sociology has recently published two
manuals which are recolvlng much
famor in many universities The first,
"Present Political Questions," was
published November 1, 1913; the sec
ond, "The Family and Marriage," on
January 1, 1914 Professor Howard
has spent a great deal of time and
labor on those works. The manuals
aro among the moBt complete and
elaborato of any which have ever been
issued on these subjects As Boon as
It was learned that the works wero
published the company began to re
ceive letters from many of the eastern
schools requesting that copies be sent
at once, and they have since proved
very satisfactory in the colleges where
they have been adopted These two
mako six of their kind which the pro
fesBor has wrlj-ten. Tl Qesworc
"Social
Psychology," "General 8ociol-
ogy,
"Blography of American States
manship," and "Comparative Federal
Institutions." All these are used in
many of the eastern universities, as
well as in this University. One of the
chief advantages of the manuals is the
bibliography In tho back. These bibli
ographies are very complete and, td
gethor with the references made
throughout, form very interesting in
formation in themselves.
THE WEEK AT THE THEATRES
The Oliver
"Ben Hur, ' Thursday, Friday, Satur
day and matinee. Coming, March
2, 3, 4, Otis Skinner in "Kismet "
The Orpheum
Tho Road Show, with Billy Van and
Company as headllners.
The Lyric
Advanced vaudeville and feature
films.
The Magnet
"Checkers," with Thomas Robs a
great feature film. r Dally and
matlneeB with orchestral music.
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'CHECKER8'
This is tho second of tho pro
ductions made by tho produc
ing firm of Broadway favorites,
tho All Star Feature Corpora
tion, their first being Augustus
Thomas' "Arizona."
Thomas W. Ross, among tho
forempst of American actors,
has played the title role of
"Checkers," In tho stage pro
duction, in every big city of tho
United States, and be has, after
most urgent effort, been per
suaded to enact the samo rolo
again before tho camera. For
his support tho All Star Cor
poration has engaged a most
competent cast of leading
actors and actresses. In the
cast will be Been Katherlno La
Salle, lately leading lady with
tho Now York production of
"Tho Master Mind;" Jack Ra
gan as Push Miller; Gertrude
Shlpman, a prominent leading
stock lady; William A. Wil
liams, formerly of Patho
Freres; Charles Graham, and
others.
'More than one hundred play
ers aro In tho supporting cast
and many thousands aro shown
in tho beautiful scenes of the
race tracks.
At ( the Magnet, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday.
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University Notices
Wanted For Cornhusker.
Wanted Your bost snapshots for
publication in the Cornhusker. Any
Individual, group, "Btunt" pictures,
picnic, dance or party groups will be
gladly accepted at tho office, or mnll
to the Editorial Dopartmont.
Dramatic Club.
Dramatic Club tryouts will bo hold
at tho Templo Thoatro, February 2G,
7 p. m. Anyono wishing to try out for
membership in tho club is requostod
to report to MIbs Howell in U. 106
between 11 and 12 on tho samo day as
tho tryouts. Parts of any modorn play
may bo used.
Junior Cla,8 Football Men.
Juniors entitled to class football
sweaters may havo same by calling at
Coach Stlohm's ofllco between tho
hours of 11 and 12. Deposit of $1.90
required. O. II. ZUMWINKEL.
Phi Beta Kappa.
Notloe-4fl hereby glvon- tuaL -grades
reported to tho Registrar later than
March 1, 1914, will not bo considered
In reckoning Phi Beta Kappa standing
for tho class of 1914.
RAYMOND J. POOL. Secretary
Juniors and 8enlors.
All Cornhusker proofs of juniors
and seniors positively must bo in by
Wednesday, February 25th. This 1b
absolutely tho last day on which they
will be received. R. F. SWIFT,
Business Mannger
Company Pictures.
M Company Picture to be taken
Thursday at 11 a. m. Full uniform.
I Company Plcturo Thursday at 11
a. m.
Notice to Mis80urians.
All students and faculty members
who livo In Missouri or are natives of
that state aro requested to meet In
tho banquot hall of tho Temple, Wed
nesday evening, February 25, from
7:15 to 7:45, in order to form an or
ganization. Junior Hop Money.
Junior Hop ticket money must be in
tho hands of tho chairman by 6 o'clock
tonfght. Ho will bo In tho "Rag"
office from 4:30 till 5:00 p. m
8U8PENDED FOR HAZING.
Seventeen Sophomores of St. John's
College Sent Home.
Seventeen members of the sopho
more claBs at St. John's Collego, at
Annapolis, have been suspended for
hazing and sent to tholr homes, ac
cording to an announcement by Presi
dent Foll
Tho sophomores one night last week
called out all freshmen, mustered
them on tho campus and put them
through a mock drill and a perloB of
stuntB of a physical culture nature.
Harvard's football team coBt $35,000
tills year. Tho team that played
against Princeton and Yalo cost tho
university $1,000 per man. Tho
coaches 'cost $15,000 In addition.
Drake Daily Delphic.
STUDENT COUNCIL PRE
PARING FINAL REPORT
( ConUnued from Pago Ogo)
In tho form of a student, association,
with threo executive boards, which
would correspond to Nebraska's ath
letic, publication and debating boards.
Bach board Is composed of nine stu
dent members and one faculty mem
ber. Tho wholo system is based upon
the single tax, the9payment of which
makes a -student a mebbor of the asso
ciation. 'This tax' admits the student
to all university activities.
Tho Michigan system is on tho plan
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CITY INATIOINAL BVINK
CORNER ELEVENTH AIND O &T&.
(flrll Gregory Coal Co.
"UI j. M. CLARK, '10. Soi lit Flnl. Lei U See Yo Flril. B329I
Films Developed
Flnrjct Flowers All the Time. CHAPIN BROS.
IIUIIOI 1217 South Thirteenth. Telephone B2234
raotini
Nvt Location
244 rJLlth Street
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of tho student council and member
ship is based upon registration. Tho
council conslHtH of about twenty-five
momborB, which are selected from tho
different colleges und classes, giving
tho BcniorB the majority. Thoy havt
extensive powers, oven to expulsion
for dishonesty or lmmoralit They
regulate minor activities such as ral
lies, dances, etc.
As a result of consideration of theso
different plans, several problems harb
confronted the commlttoe and which
will in turn present themsolvos to the
students. Somo of thoso questions
are: How largo a majority representa
tion should bo given to tho seniors?
Should the wholo council bo made up
of sonlors? What proportion of the
council should be co-ed? What pow
ers should thy council have over stu
dent activities, customs, morals, and
all phases of university llfo? How
should tho term of ofllco be regulated
so that an ontlroly new forco Bhould
not commence work at onco? How
should tho nominations and ejections
bo rogulated? Should tho momberBhip
be based upon registration or tho
single tax? And hundreds of other
moro or less Important questions
which demand consideration for the
Intelligent decision.
Ono plan which will bo recom
mended by tho committee Is that the
student body shall compose the
student association and that tho mem
bership shall bo based upon singlo tax.
Tho council shall conBlst of from
twonty-ono to 25 momborB according
to tho number of students enrolled
and tho number of women and men
in proportion to the number registered.
Tho representation shall further bo
distributed among tho different col
leges according to the enrollment,
provided, however, that Atho rts and
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Mon., Tue., Wed. and Thurs.
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6 Eiposorn 10c, 8 & 10 FjuMSarel 16l, 12 Eipfltarct 28c
FREDERICK MACDONALD
318 Bro-vn.ll Dilt. PHONB L402J 187 South Mlh
GRAVES
Science, Teachers, and Medical col
leges shall bo considered as ono, and
tho others separately. Tho represen
tation should further bo distributed
among the seniors and Juniors equally
and In case such division cannot bo
made, then the odd man to go to tho
seniors. In addition to these,, tho
presidents of tho sophomoro and
froshman classes and tho vice-president
of the sophomores shall be mem
bers. Upon this basis the representation
would be as follows:
Arcs and 8clenco--Mon, 3 seniors, 3
Juniors, women, 5 seniors, 4 Juniors
15.
Engineering Men, 1 Honlor, 1
Junior 2.
Agriculture Men, 1 sonior, 1 Junior;
women, 1 senior 3.
Law Men, 1 sonior, 1 Junior 2.
Sophomoro president and vice-president
2.
Froshman president 1.
This would give 12 seniors, 10
Juniors, 2 sophomores and 1 freshman,
making 25 In all.
The committee has not yot adopted
recommendations concerning tho pow
ers of tho council and somo of tho
other minor points. The complete re
port will bo cubmittod tonight., Tho
committee or convention is composed
of members from tho Girls Club, tho
Innocents, Black Masques, and class'
presidents.
The claBBoti will no doubt elect
mombers to a constitutional conven
tion, which will mako final selections,
It will then bo necessary to submit
the constitution to the Chancellor, tho
Board of Regents and tho student
body. So far as can bo learned, tho
majority of tho faculty mombors aro
heartily In fuvor of this form of 'stu
dent government.
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