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THE DAILY NEBRASKA.
TDE DAILY NEBRASKAN
a. snrapapar daroted to t&e lnteroate of the
Ualrersltf of Nebrs aka.
Pabllabed at 134 North 11th St., bj
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
tW. Crabtraa, President.
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HtorllnR II. Mo!hw,
Charles I. Taylor.
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BOAKD OF EDITOKH.
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Nuwn, Dan Uutmuun.
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John A WIlHon, LlnnM HnnlnKton.
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ACCORDS GENEROUS TREAT
MENT. It ia gonorally coacodod that in rec
ommending men for positions a college
'iwob tbo preforanco to its own gradu
atoi. Tbo reason that tbo Btato uni
voreity can consistently ondorsc tbo
boat nun for important positions in tbo
public schools without taking into ac
count the colleges of which they are
graduatoB is duo to tbo placo the uni
versity holds in tbo educational system
of tho state. Placed at tho bead of tho
puolic schools and entrusted by tbo
colleges of tho stato with tho leader
ship in educational mat tors it would bo
highly improper for thin institution to
give a man tbo proforoncc simply be
cauBO he is a graduato. Tho uoiversity
has a larger duty to perform to tbo
schooiB than to bor graduates. Now
and then tot-re will bo a graduate or
possibly a professor who will fail to
grasp this larger view of the dutios of
tbo university and who will bo inclined
to criticiso tno present policy, yet the
vast majority of graduatos and profes
sors will lako honest pride in tbo fact
that tho university is largo onough to
accord impartial aal generous troat
ment to all. Editorial in The Nebraska
fin to red ut tho pos office at L'ncoln, Neb.
aa aeoond class mall matter.
Tho annual exhibition of paint
ings by tho Nebraska Art Associa
tion opened in the rt Gallery of
the Library Building December 2fl
and will contl'ie nutil tho evening of
January 10. The oolleetlnn of paint
ings, drawn almost wholly from tho
pictures exhibited at the Pin-America
Exposition, ia the finest time tins
ever been Drought to Linn In.
Tho work that the Art Association
is trying to ao denerves the enthu
liastio support of every student in
the University. Not only is an op
portunity offered to make tho ac
quaintance of the American artists
through their canvaisoi, put aho
to assist tho Asnoclationin Its
efforts to build up a freo state
art gallery. Tho student who falls
to take advantage of this excollont op
portunity to develop his art tasto.
has but a poor conception of what
culture means, ana, In the future,
will have more than one occasion to
regret his indlfferenco and thought
lessness; the student who will not
give all tho assistance In his power
to tho building up uf a free art gal
lory horo In the capital of tho state. In
making ana ungrateful return to
society for tnc free enucatlon that ho
is receiving. We cannot believe
that the students will be altogether
lunifforent or ungrateful. Let us show
by our frequent presence in the gal
ery and by our financial Bupport that
wo realize both tljo groat importanco
uf art and the responsibility that
rests upon ui as educational loaderB
to make this lirst hand acquaintance
with tho work of tho great painters
possible for tho many.
Let every student of the Univers
ity make it his personal affair to
reDder this groat work successful.
Mr. Oarnegio has Anally removed
tho last obstacles that prevented tho
use of tho $10,000,000 gift for tho es
tablishment of a National University
at Washington. D. C. Steps are now
being made towards incorporating
and legalizing the institution.
The Monday section will meet to
day from 2 to 3 o'clock only. Hring
tho "Principles of Argumentation"
M. M. KOGG.
It Is expected that within a few
days tho annual publication of tho
Y. M. C. A., tho Gnivorsity Direc
tory will make its aopoaranco. Tho
aim this year has not been to make
it so nni oh an novelising medium
but somothlng which will bo absolute
ly valuable In every sense to the stu
dents and faculty.
The list of names and addresses
lias been compiled with considerable
care by those In I ho Executive office
and the publishers of the book, ana
It is correct as far as possible. It might
be worthy of remark that whllo in
most other colleges the dlreotory is
sold, in Nebraska It is given to the
The Installment Tailor,
115 North 11th.
Yon can get anything In tho Shoe
line at a big discoitji now. Sander
son is sotting tho pace. Look over
his stock sure.
Twenty Per Cent Discount
On all of our Goods.
Think of itl It's
Use it. X X
EWING CLOTHING CO.,
1 121-30 O STREET.
Shoes For the
PERKINS & SHELDON'S,
1 129 O STREET.
We shall sell more candy
this year than we' did last
year becaii.se our goods arc
first-class Yours truly
I W. MAXWELL CO.
urn n Rtxaot and 206 Bouth 11th BVraat
Dr. Shoemaker's Private Hospital
Boeclal attention jrlrnn to (Unease of
ana all surgical discasos. X-ray eiamlnatioa
with no discomfort or injury to patioxi. Ry
erything- as homelike as possible. Board a4
1117 L 8T. LINCOLN.
P. O. Box 051. Telephone Mi
DR. J. J. DAVIS,
Eyes Examined Free. Prices Reasonable.
1:238 O Street, "
Grace Rushton. '00. Instructor in
tho High School at Falls City, spent
a part of her vacation visiting
frlonds in Lincoln.
Tho resident members of tho
Palladian socloty gave a party in
tholr hall last Wednesday evening in
honor of Palladian alumni. Many
alumni, who wore In Lincoln for tho
Teacher's meetings attended and en
Joyed a pleasant evening.
Mrs. Eatnes ana Mrs. Candy will
entertain the Faculty Women's Club
on Wednesday afternoon at tho house
of the latter, 1003 fl St.
Kappa Chapter of Delta Gamma will
be entertained this evening by
Misses Bridge and Abbott.
Wind In The Corn.
I love to -lie in the prairie grass,
As the sun's noon heat is born,
And list to the lips of the dashing leaves,
As the wind blows through the corner
For the sound of the wind is soft and sweet,
As the sigh of a child in sleep,
As soothing and calm as the drif ting dark
That falls from the bluey deep.
It does not moan as it does in the pines,
Nor wail as it does on the sea,
But sings a song, faint far and low
A marvelous melody.
Prom Tumble Weeds.
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