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THE DAILY NEBRARKAN.
THE OAILY NEBRASKAN
1 BiwiptMr drotd to he InUreiti of th
UnlrUy of Nobr tlca.
rnbllBhvd at U North 11th 8t., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. 00.
t, yr. Crabtr, Prwldant.
J.Wyw, T. J. tafiratt, B. W. W ajihbum.
A CONSOLIDATION OK
Tlio Hosporlun Vol. XXXI
Tho NobraHkiin Vol XI
Tin Hcarlot unci Croum-Vol III
Bturllnir II. McCuw,
ChuH. K. Wells
it. t. inn,
U. W. Hartxr,
Chns. I. Tivylor I
v ( iintln. II. A. McNown, II. O. Nelson.
Inwa men and forced to turn over all
tho notcR lio had taken.
The Interpretation that tho Iowa
people put upon tho affair 1b that
they havo tho Gophers soared witless
over tho coming contest and the latter
In order to bo ablo to cope with tho
brainy lowans sent a man down to
steal tho Hawkcyc thunder.
The man was probably, an ho claim
ed to bo, a student stenographer do-
ng praotloo work. Tho affair was
considered of sufficient importance,
howovor,to caiiBo oonsidorablo agita
tion amons tho Iowa debaters and
to furnish an oxcuso for a two-column
head in tho local paper.
i Th tbcTiptlon prlca of tb Dally flabrai
tan la C for tha coll year with a regular do
rery before chapel each day. Notices, com
ruTinlcatlcm. and other matter Intended for pub
loatlon, nail be handed In at the NebratVan
offloe before 7 p. m.. or mailed to the editor bo
fore 8 p. m., of the day preTloue to that day on
hfoh they are expected to appear.
Bnbicrlptlom may be left at the Nebraikan
office, at the Co.Op., or with BuilneM ManoKer.
Bubecrlbere will confer a faror by roportlng
promptly at thla offlce any failure to reoelre the
ilTchanrw In adrertlsln matter mue be In
Khe offloe by 8 p. m. on the day preTloue to that
Mi which they are to appear.
Addreea all communication! to the Dally Ne
H-aakam 134 N. 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Entered lit tho post ofllce lit Lincoln, Nek
as second class mull mutter
The beginning of a new semester is
to the student what tho beginning or
a now year is to a man of the worln,
a time for making new resolutions.
Most BtuaentH have probably vowen
to do better noxt semester hut as a
rnlo theao vows aro kept about as
faithfully as now year's resolutions.
Tho test of a good student Is not in
his intention, planned out In detail
for noxt somestor but jji his ability
to take up todav's work and stay by it
until It Is finished.
Tho toaohor sitting beforo the stu
dent is to a certain oxtent an ex
ample It is for her to guara her
English and her grarmner with tho
greatest care. For what conlidenco
will tho student place in an instruc
tor toachlng some study who is con
tinually using bad English? And
not at all dlllorent is it in the mat
ter of guarding tho temper. Tho in
structor who invariably loses her
temper at every class porlod at tho
slightest provocation certainly morits
but little confidence from her class.
Tho oven tenor of affairs at the
University of Iowa was vioiontly
disturbed tho othor day bv tho cap
ture of a stenographer who had
neon observed taking notes during
the courso of tho preliminary ciobato
to tho annual contest with Minneso
ta. The culprit was nulled by two
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PERKINS & SHELDON,
1 1 29 O STREET.
At tho last mcefcine of tho Univer
sity convocation M. M. Fogg of tho
dooartmont of English addressed tho
students on ''(Jollego Reading.-' Mr.
Fogg stated tna ho had asked of
eighty or ninety students the follow
ing questions. What standard litera
ture did you read before you camo
to college? What standard litoraturo
did you read last year? What stan
dard literaturo have you read this
year? If vou have done no reading
this year, why not? From tho an
swers received, it appaers that
manv Students hart no .insirn tn ro.nd
standard literaturo, ono-lifth of them
had no time, while one-half of them
wero reading but woro not reading
what Thomas DeQuiueey calls tho
"litoraturo of power."
This general apathy among students
for tho higher literature Is due, said
Mr. Fogg, largely to tho fact that tho
secondary schools arc really starving
the soul to food tho intellect and fall
to cultivate, by means of literaturo,
a sense of beauty, but are turning
out souls as dry as tho multiplica
tion table. Mr. Fogg assured tho
young men that thoro was ample
tlmo for reading during the oollego
career. Tho strenuousness of the
coming years will bo so great that
tho student will look back upon ti is
college days as ones of leisure. Tho
young men Instead of reading tho
Black Cat and young women instead
or reading Munsoy, could employ
tboir tlmo to better advantage by
reading some standard author.
The University Book Store
340 No. 11TH ST.
University Books and Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
"University Football Annual" will be out about
Feb. 10th. Watch for it.
"THE SCARLET & CREAM STORE."
The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
HOW TO STUDY THE 151 BLE.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
Dr. RowlanaB addressed tho Y.M.C.
A.. meeting in Union hall. Ills ad
dress was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
2 He said in part: "Study tho Bible
to know it, to know tho books, and
to bo aDlo to point to passages that
will prove dolinlto question?. Study
ing by topics is the most approved
method. Tako tho great natural
division of ttio Old Testament and
Btudy oach lor Its historical value,
for Its value as litoraturo and as a
devotional hblp in spiritual life. It
is not sufficient to read the Uihle,
Christ said 'Search the Scriptures.'
Study tho Blblo becauso It contains
tho groat truth of life. Study tho
Bible, and not about it."
BOYD BUILDING, 17T1I AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Established Nino Years.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the Ablest Teachers.
Actual Bubinoss from tho Start.
Aa it iB practiced.
The Touch Method.
Uraham and Orogg Systems.
Practical aud thorough.
Sectional view of uctual Business
and Hanking- Department.
Eudorsed by high school principals, leading business men and official
court reporters. Absolutely thorough. The finest aud most thoroughly
equipped institution in the West, 84,(100 invested in standard typewriters.
13,500 llankjng and other fixtures placed in actualgbnsinoss department. Ele
gant roll-top desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another floor httB
been leased that all may be accommodated. Situations procured for over 00
PER CENT of lastyoai's enrollment. Students mayienter any time. Address
Chancellor Andrews addressed a
farmer's Instltuto at Teouniiseh
Saturday night. ZZ'
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