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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1902)
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PEDAGOGICAL CUM -MEETING.
Tho rpgulnr meeting of the Pedngngi
eal club took pUco I ibt night nt 7 30 p.
m. Aftor a Bocial Bossion of hl ian
hour tbo meeting whb called to rrdrr.
It was voted to necopt tno invitation of
tho Y W C, A. to hold tho next moot
ing in its jooms.
Chancellor Anarows gavo an Interest
ing talk- on tho characteristic of a good
teacher. lie eaid, it is flrst of all nc
espary ihnt they be masters of the sub
ject taughl. To ulc gcoJ English
ought over to bo the aim of overy one.
In as much as tbo teacher is constantly
bsfore tbo public it is best that his
cocduct and appearance bo exomplary.
ToQobing is the bottoring of mankind
and ought to bo taken up iy tho
teacher for tho good ho can do. "On
the whole," said tho Chancellor, ' it is
I ho grandest profession in tho world
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MOOT COURT IN SESSION.
Moot court at the law Echool w&9 in
busy session last, night. A caeo in
volving the validity of some notes was
lukcu into justico court and represent
ed on both sides by embryo lawjors-
Tho prosecution wrb led by Messrs.
Rotrnck and Ilayden whilo Messrs.
Gleary and GraveB actod on tho purt of
ihc defense. All tho eloquence and
logic which thoy could summon to
iliu r command was hurled at "Judgo"
Tromhouscr for an hour and a hulf.
Aftor tho smoko of battle had cleared
away tho judge took a foAr minutes for
deliberution ai-d returLi-d a verdict for
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Harper's Weekly 4.00
Everybody's Magazine.. 1.00
Nebraska Teacher 1.00
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This personally conducted excursion
will leave Lincoln ut l:3r 1'. M -January
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A certain Senior who is evidently
in seart'h of pppuliuibv and who
also wishes to advertise a certain
board ing houso is said to have posted
the rollnwiop! siu: "Kino ravy for
slipper" slgninK his natno to the
same which was In largo printed
letters and nailed to a tree In front
of the house. Two of his friends,
have boon accused by tho landlady
of -taklnn part in tho ceremonies
surrounding tho event, but thoy
Mutly deny any connection wltlijiiwl
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klYJiooverdld vtMIS deediiouldji'o-
member that isobraskan addB pay
better than postors'on trees.
E. L. Sayre, examiner of titles for
the Union" Pacl tic railroad, has pre
sented tho Illstorloal Sooiaty with a
series of maps, giving all tho changes
In tho Nebraska boundary and Its
counties slnco tho Louisiana purchase.
special lectures aro being given be
fore tno class In Education 7 by vari
ous professors of tno University. Dr.
Ward spoko Tuesday. Dr. Bossov will
speak to tho sumo class, next Tuesday
on tho teaching of botany.
FimiiIcUd Bull of.
JLJalruyra, ono of
t'io Sbato Historical society with nn
old sot of candlo moulds used In plo
Dr. Shoemaker's Private, Hospital
lal attention fclten to rilieasefc o! woi
ill. .& Hi..nnrnri rtr iiiiuit bj iswv.w.
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rythlnc as bomellke as poesioie
1117L ST. LINCOLN
Tho mombors "ot tho Senior class
havo boon UBked to contribute to tho
alumni organ fund. Tho mattor will
co mo up
before the class at the next
We huve looked over with some care and growing pleasure a little
volume of verse, by Will Reed Dunroy, issued by the University Pub
lishing Co., entitled "Tumble Weeds." We find Mr. Dnnroy an inter
. sttng person. He"untertakcaluTgt3i,hing8, nnd approaches thom in a
largo way. lie aims evidently for nothing short of the highest work.
It will be curious to see what a young man with this ambition can
achieve. Mr. Dunroy eeems to be distinctly a western man ono of
those who nre quite content with their own environment as a sphere
for action and growth. His themes are things that exist, and that he
can sec around hims9lf; it is men who can take this view, it seems to
us, who are going to count on the future of our western civilization.
One little poem on 'Dawn" attracted us pirticularly, and another on
Sergeant Floyd. We wondered a little at Mr. Dunroy's haring thought
it necessary to put a pretty little thing about Nebraska into apostro
phe's dialect. A peculiarity that struck us was a strain of devoutuesa
that runs through some of the poems, together, with some tokens of
displeasure with the church organizations.'
J. Sterling Morton, In The Conservative.
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day, January 27, and will continue
through the oDtiro week. Schedules
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