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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
to it that thoy do their share of
k ntwaptper doroted to tn Intoresti of th
UalTentty of Nobra ika.
Pnbllihod at 1S4 North 11th St., by
THE HEBPEBIAN PUB. 00.
. W. Crabtro. Preildant.
J. I. yyr, T. J. koiTott, B. W. Wajhbura.
" A CONSOLIDATION Ob'
Tho Iloftnorlun Vol. XXXI
Tho Nobniskiui Vol XI
Tho Hcarlot und Oroam-Vol III
UuhIiicsh Mm nRors
AfiHlHtant E ltor
H W. Harbor.
UIioh. I. Taylor I
Olins. K. WoIIh f
H T. Hill,
V. C. Untie, H. A. McNown, H. O. Nelson.
Win. Case. U.111 Outlobon.
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According to tho custom of moat
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kan will not he published next week.
bomo of tho orcanlzatlons in ttio
academic collego might do woll to
follow tho oxamplo of tho agricul
tural students association in tho
mattor of interest in tholr work.
Tho raising of a sura of ono hundred
and thirty-live dollars by subscrip
tion in Just a few hours is someth
ing whlon J'as rarely been enualed
in any sirail r undertaking. Tho
enterprise of the arglcultural students
is certainly commendable
Tomorrow in tho armory the first
hard game of tho basketball season
will bo played. Tho two leading
teams of Lincoln will contest with
an old timo spirit or rivalry, iiiu
game will be a hard ono and worthy
tho attendance of every student
who Is interested In Nebraska ath-
Tho noticablolack of cheering in tho
last game should bo remedied. Tho
appearanco of tho team on tho lloor
ought to bo tho signal for a burst of
applause thnt would put vim and en
orpy into tho game. The enthusiasm
of tho spectators Is a largo part of
an athletlo conteBt and thoso in at"
tondanoo tomorrow night should see
The Installment Tailor,
115 North lltb.
Considerable discussion lias arisen
over the fact that tho number of
students registered for the prelimin
ary donates is somewhat smaller this
year than it has formerly beon.
While it Is truo that tho number is
smaller it Is not truo that it Is the
result ot decreased interest in debat
ing. The largo registration of past
yoars, when it somotlmcB reached
Boventy-livo, was auo to tho fact
that no consideration whatsoever was
made of tho eligibility of tho stu
dent who sought to ontor tho con
test. Tho defects of this plan are
apparent to all and it has been tho
purpose of tho association this year
to do away with- them as far as pos
sible. Under tho present system nono but
debaters, students who have shown
some ability In this work and havo a
recognized standing, havo been per
mitted to onter tho preliminary con
tests. Tho culling out of this un
rioslrablo material will tend to raise
tho standard of dobatlng in tho Uni
versity and at the same timo will
doliver tho Judges from tho painful
necessity of listening to tholr worth
less argumonts which always tend to
disgust tho public rathor tiian to in
terest It in university dobates.
THE COLLEGE STUDENT AND
Ex-Chancellor Can field formerly of
tho University of Nebraska presents
a now book this month "Tho Collego
Student and Ills Problems." Tho
volume is bound in cloth lGrn". and is
ono of a series by different authors
now being published by MaoMilllan
& Uo., on tho personal problems of
tho college student.
Dr. Canfleld, with his broad un
derstanding of modern collego life In
all its phases, counsols the student
on tho problom of tho mind how
shall Its latont powers bo wisely de
veloped, and on tho problom of life,
how many and what advantages has
tho coilego graduate.
Evory page Is filled with good
wholesome advlco to college men, ann
especially to those entering college,
as they point out tho habits which
are often acquired and which work
perniciously to oppose tho best mini
development iu tho individual, lie
suggests tho fivo elementary and fun
damental characteristics that should
be doveloped and cultivated as tho
foundation for all wisdom, to be: so
briety of mind, simplicity of life, ab
aolufco integrity, courago and strength,
liut first 01 all, a successful man really
goes to collego and t no jsent.
He strongly reccoramends tho elec
tive system in the University on the
grounds that it gives an opportunity
to ohooso ones instructors. Students,
he says, should never bo forced to
tako work with a profossor who cre
ates no interest or inspiration in the
work. For a good general courso ho
advises tho American history and
political scienco group, because of the
advantage to all citizens.
II 0 shows that fraternities, literary
societies, athletic and student organl
zatluns In tho unlvoritylife havo many
advantages for a full dovolopmont.
The style is bright and Interesting,
and the work is a valuable addition
to the library of any young man
who expeots to attend or is attenaing
can wear our ShO
to find places t
uppers will still
having a special sa.
Tenth arid Paz'itl: Streets,
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BOYD BUILDING, 17TII AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Sectional view of actual Business
and Banking Department.
Eudorsed by high school principals, leading bus'ness men and oillcial
court reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest 'and most thoroughly
equipped institution in tho West. 81,000 inveated in standard typewriters.
13,500 Hanking and other fixtures placed in actualjbnsiness department. Ele
gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor lias
been leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over OQ
PER CENT of lastyeai's enrollment. Students may .enter any timo. Address-
A. C. ONG, A.
Write for elegant
ICW ovji- -r
,od shape, wc
It will pay yuu
This College offers a graded
course extending over four
The advantages and re
quirements of the college are
fully up to the requirements
of the present times, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Medi
cal Uol'etfes, of whicb this
college is member. For in
Established Nino Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Butinosa from tho Start.
Ab it is practiced.
Tbo Touch Mothod.
Graham and Gregg Systems.
Practical and thorough.
M., LLB. Pres.
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