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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k newspaper cleYotecl to the Interests of the
University of Nebraska.
Published nt 131 North IHh St., by
THE HKSPEHIAN TUB. CO.
J. W. Crabtree, President.
Q. L. Towne.Hecrotnrr-Trenijaror.
J. I. Wjor, T. J. Hewott, Ifi. W. Washburn.
Btbemno I .IIcCaw
- Athletic Editor
R. C. Pollard, SJ'tPhmi ''
J. R. FafDBj, OHff Crook.
John A. WiUon. Linn M. Huntington
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.The. wclconie--W.ulah.DL And rows
lias recolved at Brown University
shows his popularity in tho cast. ITo
is the sort of man who will help to
make our University famous.
The recent basket hall name be
tweon tho young ladles of Nebraska
and Missouri seems to nave attracted
considerable attention over tho coun
try. Colloao papers contain numer
ous comments on the lnnovaton.
Wisconsin is In the midst of a series
of monster football mootlngs in pre
paration for the Minnesota game.
It is estimated that tho students
of Michigan University spend $l,r00,
Fivo Filipinos will attend Colum
bia University. They will bo recom
mended by tho government, and
tuition will be Riven free.
Members of Knox athletic toams.
tho glee club as well as tho editorial
boards have special privileges.
A capacity of 20, 000 Is estimated
for the new stand which is being
erected on Franklin Field at ilm
University or Pennsylvania.
Rush medical coilcgo lias finally
decided to admit women to the first
two years of tho course.
William C. YYhitnev gave $25,000 to
t he Yalo bl-centennial fund.
Cornoll's basketball squad consists
of twenty-five candidates.
A pedestrian club Is the latest co-eo
organization. One has just been
formed by the young ladles of the
University of Wisconsin.
Cornell and Princeton are. tho
football teams that have not
scored against this year.
The recent organization of a bogus
Traternlty has caused sonic little
trouble at Liawronco University. Tho
name or tho organization was Phi
Tappa Kog. Tho names of the prime
movers have been oxposed.
Tho Minnesota basket ball team ox
pootR to play a R&mo with Yale tins
Ninety-two candidates tried for
places on the Harvard Rico club. Of
thCHC eleven were retained.
COLLEGES STUDENTS AS
Tho students In many ot tho largo
colleges and unlvorlsties havo dra
matic societies. One or tho ost
successful of thoso is tho "Mask and
Wic Club" of tho University of
Pennsylvania, which has produced u
play annually since 1881) and arrago
ments aro now being made for Its
fourteenth production, which will
bo given during Easter week.
The "Circle Franciso" Is another
orgnlzatlon at Tenn which anually
produces a play in French. Tho selec
tion of the play will soon bo an
nouncer! and a cast chosen, lo
familiarize tho studonts with the
French language, lectures in French
will bo delivered during tno winter
months by promlnont men. M. II.
Lcroux being the principle foreign
lecturer. German plavs are also nro
duccd occasionally by University stu
dents. The "Mask and Wig Club" Is with
out a rival as far as success goes.
Arrangements have Just -been com
pleted for tho rental of tho Chestnut
Street Opera House during Easter
wceic for the next live years. The
club usually plavs one weeK in Phila
delphia and throe or four nights In
some of the eastern cities.
l) A I L Y NEBRASKAN STOCK
Subscribers to tho stock in tho
Hesperian Publishing Co.. may get
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Ilontlug h Cheat.
In Central Africa the only currency
Is tho native one. consisting f cowry
shells. Each piece of this money Is
worth about the one hundred and
twentieth part of an English penny
When Dr. C. H. Robinson was travel
ing through Africa a few yeard ago,
Otto of the local klng.spnt him, among
other things, a present of a hundred
thousand cowries. On rocolving them,
the doctor says, I was told what I sub
sequently ascertained to be correct,
that it was customary to glve tho bisar
or of tho present ton thousand cow
ries for himself. They are, as a rule
delivered In hags containing twentj
thousand each. Noticing that the man
who waj responsible for their safe car
riage had brought que hag that was
obviously under weight some two
thousand cowries having been ex
tracted from it. I asked him If he
was certain that this particular bap
contained the proper amount. On re
ceiving his assurance that he wan, I
told him to sit down and count from
this bag the ten thousand cowrfas
which, according to native custom I
owed him. He did as ho was hidden
with great alacrity thinking, no
doubt, that the white man was sadly
lacking in sagacity to allow a creditor
to count his own money unchecked. I
noticed that ho took full advantage o
his privilege and, so far as 1 could
judge, the sum which he countoj ex
ceeded by at least two thousand cow
ries tho sum to which he was pntitlod.
His task completed, I asked him again
IT ho was suro that the bag, as deliver
ed by him, had originally contained
twenty thousand cowries. On his re
plying In the affirmative, 1 suggested
that, tnls being so, the amount which
remained over must thoroforo be ten
thousand. On his assuring me that my
calculation was correct, I told him to
leave with mo the ten thousand which
ho had just counted and to take tha
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