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ONE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY' 4th. 1:00 and 3:306:00 and 8:30. Admission, 25c.
NOTE The Magnet management urges every University Student to see this
great Play, which is guaranteed to be the greatest motion picture ever made-
NEBRASKA PROFESSOR TO
GO TO PRINCETON UNI
Scarf slide space
and lock front ,
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UmTED"sMR.T8c COLLAR. CO. TROy'n.Y.
Professor Whltford of Geology Depart
ment Has Done Much, Field Col
lection Throughout State.
BOLD KXCIjUSIVHliY It Y
1232 0 Street
'Mr. A. C. Whltford, a fellow In the
department of Geology, will leave
Thursday evening to take up his duties
with Prlncoton University. Mr. Whlt
ford was to liave collected for thoTJnl
vorslty of Nebraska, as ho did last
year so successfully In Brown county,
but the resources of Princeton are
such that the University of Nebraska
cannot meet It, During the Held sea
son of 1913 Mr. Whltford completed
the geological survey of half of Brown
county, collected several hundred
samples of alkali waters, and found
and brought In a great collection of
the fossil animals of that region. This
collectionincludes six orejghtr en
tirely now forms of animals and some
tlrlrtv nther bettor known fossil sinl.
' mals. He will be sent first to tlio
The interpretorg were recruited from
the leading theatres of Paris, and It
took many months of rehearsal and
preparation before the camera's assist
ance was enlisted. The actual cost of
the production of the film 4s said to
have been $100,000.
.The famous French actor, Henri
Krauss, from the Theatre Sarah Bern
hardt, Paris, was secured to play Jean
Valjean, and ho Is said to have given
a truly masterful Interpretation of this
most wonderful of fiction's charac
ters. The picture is In nine reels and con
stitutes an evening's entertainment.
rangement the graduate cannot get
his degree on freshmen and sopho
For several years it has been the
practice at the University to quote
prices to officers of graduating classes
on commencement announcements,
and they have added a profit to the an
nouncements for the - benefit of- the
class, which they represent.
Hereafter this will not bo done, at
, "Student government Is on trial for
Its life," said Chancellor Frank Strong
of Kansas University. This statement
was made with regard to the trouble
that arose with the students a short
time ago. The governing body should
punish all lawlessness. They shrink
when called upon to handle an un
pleasant proposition. Dr. Strong says
that the student council 1ms been a
failure and unless It makes Immediate
amends it will have to go.
LOST A tan poplin raincoat In Chem.
Lab., Tuesday afternoon. Please re
turn same to Rag office. v 5-7-61
LOST A Tneta Delta Chi pin. Find
er please return to Rag office. 5-7-GO
LOST Gold watch; Initials A. R ;
name on Inner case. Reward. Charge
of Rag office.
WANTED University student to do
light chores for room. Call at 434
North 17th St., between 12:30 and
1:30, Friday or Saturday.
Spalding and Victor Base
ball, Tennis & Track Outfits.
Supplies for erery Sport.
UWLOR CYCLE & SPORTING GOODS CO. 1423 0 St.
least by George Bros. They have de
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of these nifty $1 &i;$J.25
we are selling for
1132 O STREET
Sioux county, whero ho will collect
student body and giving thorn the
cabinets of Princeton. His time will
be spent In Nebraska until October or
Les Mlserable8 at the Magnet.
A novelty Is announced for a week's
engagement at the Magnet theatre, be
ginning next Monday, May 4, In the
shape of the famous French photo
drama, which has been made from
Victor Hugo's masterpiece, "Les Mis
erablos." The claim is made that this Is the
most fascinating motion picture ever
taken, The claim Is not hard to be
lieve in spite of tjw) wonderful contri
butions recently made to the motion
picture world. Even a half hearted
Interpretation of "Les MIserables"
could not be without tremendous ap
peal, and the film to be presented at
the Magnet theatre Is known to have
been produced under the most advan
tageous and sympathetic conditions,
product at the very lowest price. This
policy will be maintained In the future
regardless of whether they sell 100 or
10,000 announcements. This will
mean a saving to every student.
George Bros, have an Interesting ad In
another portion of the paper.
'Several Important changes have
been made In the rules governing the
major system at Kansas University.
Forty hours may now bo taken In a
minor group Instead of thirty. A
maximum of twenty-five hours will bo
allowed In a single department.
Juniors and soniors will be allowed to
carry twelve hours a semester In a
single group. Before only ten hours
could be carried. The work of the
Junior and senior, years must Include
a minimum of forty hours, chosen
from the courses not open to either
freshmen or sophomores. By this ar-l
1914 Senior Commencement
The Latest Style of Engraving
We tell direct to the Student. Why not have
the LATEST STYLE of Engraving?
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