The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 23, 1902, Page 2, Image 2
BBaTr"""!"": T7TCTTW. jsg. -,i-f.M i k- ly''v k n "z . y vb1' V Tfc, .38 THE DAILY NEBRASKA!. . w. s.-y a .1 ...... a . -j .. -..."'iBMMiW" - j' - - ..? .. "'vTaHar. ,, - -t -wr" j(l. - f ' v,- , tf- I'. i j n i"' V. k; m '- ? THE DAILY NEBRASKAN 1 atwipftpar datotd to tha lntareata of tka Uni?erllr of Nabraaka. PublUhod at 184 North lltb St., by THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO. (InoorpormUd.) DinBOTonii J. W. Crabtraa, Praaldanl. Q. L. Towna, SacraUnr.Traa.orar. 3. I. Wrar, T. J. toawatt, W. Wathbom. FarT.. J; A CONSOLIDATION Of' Tito Hcnporlun Vol. XXXI Tho Motiruikun Vol M ThoHcnrliit unci CroimvVol III W 11 MiinnnInK-F.dlto EUltoi hi-Chl llUhlllCHH Mm. I K-3 U. W. Harbor, (Jhiui. I. Tuylorl UhuH. K. Wi'lM ' Tha anbacrlptlon prlca of tha Dally Nebraa Kan la C for the collega yaar with a rofftiUr da llTery baforo chapol oaou day. Notices, com rtmnicaUoni, andothor mattar Intended for pub lication, mutt ba handed In at the Nobraakati offlco bafora 7 p. m.. or rnallml to tho editor be fore 8 p. m., of tha dar prarloua to Jhat day on h(oh thay lira expected to appear. flubiorlpUons may be lafk the NebrsAbnn office, at tho Co.Op., or with Bualnesi Manacer. Bubacrlbora will confer a faTor by roportinjr promptly at thli ofilco any failure to receive llie Mfl!rchanBelnadTartUln? matter mosa be in tha ofllca by 3 p. m. on tho day preTloua to that n which they ara to appear. Address all communication to the Dally Na braakan, 134 N. lltk Bt,, Lincoln, Nebraaka. Telephone 479. Kntored nt the in1' ofllro nt L'ncoln. Nob as sconnd cIiish mull iimttor Many pconlc. wo are not familiar ' with student life, misjudge the sin dot and ouo.stion the moral character of the University. This error is due in part to tho fact that the student's environments aro peculiar, and he be comes independent and looses some of his timidity Hut, as far as his pur pose is concerned, there is little ques tion. It is as noble and upright as could well be. Ills independence, which Is tho result ot having to forco his way through au Institution by individual effort, Is too often mistaken for arrogance, Insolence and down right meanness. Tho student, thero roro, In traveling from place to placo should keep in mind that lie leaves an Impression and It should be such as to correct a com moo error. I3y so doing ho would bo discharg ing a part of the obligation which he owes to the Institution that he at tends. Now tha", tho ground Is covcicd with snow and students aro required by foruc or circumstances to use sldo walks oxclusivcly. it might be ap propriate to mention an evil which his already recolveti more or loss notice in theso columns. We refer to the custom of cutting across lots on tho way to and from classes and drill. This custom which has been growlnu of lato Is threatening to ruin tho beauty of the campus. The grass plots are marked with paths which already aro prominent enough to mar their boauty. This Is an evil that public opinion i CONE, The Installment Tailor 115 North 11th. oucht to kill. There should bo In tho University such a strong senti ment against it that it would dlo of ItB own accord. Studonts should tako nn Individual prldo in the appear ance of tho grounds and should strive to keep them always in tht best possible shape. Within two weeks the preliminary debatos for tho chooslmr of contest ants to represent the University in the intorstato contests will bo held. The preliminary contests oucht to receive tho cordial support of the studuit body. The prospects for a winning team this year aro certainly bright. Never before have tho de bates been put on such thoroughly intellectual grounds. Never before havo they been managed in so busi ness liko a way. The new svstem ol havinu a special class for those who arc likely to make the teams will insure the dcvelopcmcnt of all thci talent there is In the men. This much has been done by those who arc (iirccLlnu nlfalrs. Hut Uicy cannot do it all. A large part of the responsibility for tho success of the debates lies with tho students themselves. Without, student siid port tho debating Hoard can do little. EITort Is being made to have a large and enthusiastic audience present at Lno preliminaries. This should 11 pet tho approval and assistance of the students and they should do all that tliev are able to do by turning out and making the meeting a rousing success MKMHKUS MKKTING SI,MHY Next Sunday afternoon the tegu lar devotional meeting of the Y.M. ('. A. will bo given over to matters of interest relating to the interna tional missionary convention which will assemble in Toronto, February 20 to March 1. This convention is educational in its character and consists of delegates from all over tho globe. The meeting Sunday will bo devoted to talks on about ten subjects which have been assigned lu various nicmbcts of tho association. The work of the convention will bo presented and it will oe the endeavor to worK up enthusiasm on the meeting It is at present tho intention to se'id four delegates to the covention and the means of raising the money t 1 detiay theit expenses will be discuss cd. CONVOCATION ANNOl'NCK- MENTh. llev. Win. Manss will address tho University convocation this morning on "The I'sjoholo.ry or itellglon." M. M. Fogg will speak tomorrow moruiug on "College Reading." THE f7 BATHER. Forecast for Lincoln and vicinity: Tuesday partly cloudy possibly with snow Hurries. Weather report for 24 hrs. ending 7 pm Tuesday. Highest temp;iaturo :i." degrees, occurring at M: 4T pm. Lowest temperature, I'l degrees, occurring at 7::i0 am. Moan temperature, 28 degree, which Is 12 degrees above tho normal. No Precipitation. GEO. A. LOV ELAND, Section Director. Yale's bateball schedule for tho season includes thirty-flvo games. can wear our Shoes until the cobbler is unable to find places to tack new soles on, and the uppers will still be in good shape. We are having a special sale now. It will pay you to come in. PERKINS 1129 The Omaha MEDICAL COLLEGE. Tenth nnd Pacific Streets, NEBRASKA BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND 1 aaaaaaaflaMaVaS-ri TaaLLBHaK BOYD BUILDING, 17TH AND HARNEY STREETS, OMUIA, NEBRASKA. fSBHaWV'-i L.3?K4viiiBHakuaH BBBBBBaMBHHK4&Jb!BBBBBBBBBBpS7 I aaaMm3SWyPWSJ!5ta1a,BJr v. &J? t Sectional view of actual Jlusiness and Hanking Department. ' 1 Kudorbed by high school principals, leading bus'ness men und otTieial court reporters Absolutely thoroigh. The finest 'and most thoroughly equipped institution in the West, 1,000 iuve3ted in standard typewriters. 3,500 Hanking and other fixtures placed in aetualbiiH ness department. Ele gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another Moor has been leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 90 PER CENT of lastyeat's enrollment. Students mayienter any timo. Address A. C. ONG, A. Write for elegant, - Catalogue free. & SHELDON, O STREET. C maha, Neb This College offers a graded course extending over four nnual sessions. The advantages and re quirements of the college ara fully up to the requirements of the present times, nnd the conditions laid down by the issociation of American Medi cal Col eges, of whiex tt.is college is a member. For in for mutton address, EW1NG BROWN, Secretary COLLEGE Established, Nino Years. A School Without a Superior. Employs the Ablest Teachers BOOK-KEEPINO, Actual Hiibtnoss from thoSturt. BANKING, As it is practiced. 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