The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 12, 1901, Page 2, Image 2

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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A ntwipaper deroted to tbo lotoresti of tha
Unlrenltr of Nobra aWa.
Pnbllahed at 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
(Incorporated.)
DIRECTORS:
J. W. Crabtree, Praitdanl.
0. LTowna,8eoretanr'Traaarer.
J. I. Wjrer, T. J. Hewett, K. W. Wathbarn.
Btxilino fl .McGaw
Managing Editor
Asit. Manager
- Athletic Editor
QeOKOB r. SniDLKK
11EP0RTER8.
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Norria Hum, It. T. Hill,
J. H. Faroe, Cliff Crooka.
John A. Wilson, LInu M. Huntington.
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feraakan, 134 N. 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraaka.
Telephone 470.
Ea to rod ut tho post oflloo at Lincoln. N'b.
as second class mail mutter
Whotbor tbo action of tiio clobatinp
assooiation cxoludlim women fitu--donts
Irom Its raonibcrablp roll was
wise or not it oubt to put an cna to
tbo fifihl tbat lniK been oln on in
tbo association for tho last few
woaks. It is time tbat some definite
policy bo formulated for tbo dobal.os.
A number of tbo faculty bavo Klven
muoh'valablc time to the now scheme
and it is only Justice t" thorn tbat
their work bo given a clianco to oper
ate. As far as prantlcal results are
concerned it makes little dUTeronco
whotbor or not women arc admitted
to tho dobates. At most only ono
or two women would take advantauo
of tbo privilege of ontorlng tbo do
bates in anyone year, so tho effects of
oxolusion will probably not be felt.
Thoro is a principle involved which
many deem unjust, but under pros
ont circumstances it would scorn the
part of whdom to sacrifice principle
for tho welfaro of tbo assooiation.
Torn time at least. After tho now
constitution has beon put Into force
and-tho now scheme of choosrng-d eq
uators has been rendered oporatlvo
thoro may bo time to wrangle vor
minor details.
Every student ought to do some
thing toward the progress of the
University more than Is involved in
liis class duties. It would bo com
paratively easv for each one to write
a letter to his home paper in tho In
terests of tbo University. Such a
letter might treat briefly of tho diff
erent departments, calling special
attention to manual training and tho
agricultural courses. Thus through
thoir local uapers people would learn
of tho University who nevor see a
Unlveristy calendar or a University
paper. It may Boom incredible, but
it is a fact, nevertheless, that thoro
aro persons who know absolutely
nothing about tbo University, moro
than tbat it exists.
It now remains to show Kansas
how it feols to buck a lino of sturdy
cornhuskore.
COLLEGE NOTES.
Michigan '03 has a smoker tills year
to rouso class enthusiasm.
Yale has beon having difficulty in
suporesslrg smoking in University
Hall, also to tbo cxtont of forbidding
tho lighting of cigars, pipes or cigar
ettes. Uinvcrsity Hall is ono of the
popular dining hails at that college
Yale's foot-ball field is worth S7f,
000 and free from dobt.
According to Minnesota, thoy have
tho best collego band In the country.
Tho Freshtnan class at California
University bavo a debating club.
The Yalo Engineering club recent
ly had an Illustrated lecture on
"Tbo2 Development of Stenograph.
Projection."
Stanford University is taking a
stop in the direction or the custom
as it exists in Eastern colleges of
having a largo boarding club.' Such
an elfort. has had support bv Mrs.
Stanford and what is known as the
"Inn" will bo used as a large ball.
Tbo business propositions in rogard
to tho new project will como beforo
a certain club of students in a few
days.
The Sophomores at Stan lord have
adopted a white duck fiat with a
scariot band. "
Leland-Stanford has recently put
on sale a song book containing six
teen of that college's songB and the
yells.
Arrangements have boon under way
for some time looking towards a
mooting of tho Herkloy and Prince
ton teams in California on Christmas
day. and also tim meeting or Michi
gan and Leland-StanTord on New
Year's day.
Stanrord is having a revival hi
tonnls this fall, looking toward tbo
spring opening of atblotlcs.
The Yale faculty has recently pro
vidod that every student shall be al
lowed to take thirty cuts yoar
without ponaltv. It also decided
that exceptional regularity in at
tendance at recitations may diminish
tho number of recitation hours a year
in a course from sixty to hlty-elght.
This arrangement will allow candid
ates for the athlotio teams to take a
large number of cuts to make up the
deficiency after tho close of the
athletic soason,
As the advocatos or tbo Darwinian
tbeorv aro oxporloncing difficulty in
findlngthe connecting 'link between
tno ape and man. wo should suggest
that the students who crawl upon
the fenco to watch a foot-ball game
be considered for tho position. Ex.
A movement has been started at
Indiana to'glvo a student's fair to
raise fundB for a now women's building-
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The foot-ball team of Stanford
Univorsity was recently entertained
at a banquet by an active collogo
fraternity. c
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