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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1 atwipapor daTotod to tho Interest! of the
Unlyerilty of Nebraska.
Published at 131 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
t, W. Crabtree, President
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ChiiH. K. Wells f
It T. Hill.
Business Milling TH
V ('. Untie. It A MeNown, II (J. Nelson.
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Kntored at tho post oilier at l.'ncoln, NeU
us second class mall mutter
There has hecn not n litLlo com
plaint this week from students who
have had to pav tho special fee rc
iiuircd of those, wlio havo dropped
work ciuriny the semester without
first securing permission rrom the
ciiancellor. While tho fee may seem
unjust, 1 little thought on the matter
will convince an unprejudiced parson
that It is lor the best.
Tho leniency of former years was
grossly abused. Students registered
for work thoy had no serious inten
tion of taking. Not only were their
courses chaged after the opening of
tho somestor's work greatly to tho
detriment of good work nut the
change required considerable time
I rum tlioso iti tho olllce. The in
lustico of tliis course is apparent to
all. There is n ) reason except in
exceptional cases whv students
should not adhere to their first
schedule or pay the penalty of
In his annual report which has re
cently been made public. President
Klliot ot Harvard , advocates ttie en
largement of tho anthropological,
economic, botany, staco and colonial
government courses of instruction.
Tins is done becauso of iho new re
lations of the United States to
tropical people. i
Tho President deplores the fact
that candidates in tho ..'raduato
The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
school for tho degreo of Ph. D.
avcrago thirty years, and says the
proper ago is twonty five or twenty
six yoars. Attention is called to
tho fact that Harvard Is tho only
school in tho country requiring the
derKeo of H. A. for admission to all
Its professional schools, except the
Dontal School. Tho announcement
Is mane that hereafter there will be
a three year course at Harvard for
the dcuree of A. H. ""
What is tho matter with tho junior
boys? The question came Into my
mind Saturday night when it was ob
served how few wore out to celebrate
the Tom Tom. It Is lnizh time, 't
seems to some of tho active members
or the class, that the rest should
wake up ana make themselves
Every time a class function Is cele
brated in the University, thure seems
to be a repetition of tho same, anal
most total lack of class spirit and
college, enthusiasm. It seemed to
those who decided In class meeting
for a junior blowout, that last Sat
urday night was by tar the most fav
orable time to hold such a gathering;
vet the results spoke differently. We
do not here confine any remarks
nimby to the junior class as a whole
but to the whole University when
anything touching active collego life
outside of study comes up. It is most
lamentable that enough spirit can
not be shown in this case to bring
out healthy young men on a cold
It seems that some have objected
to the last junior proceedings because
they wero cocsidered too undignified.
It has often occurred to many that if
those who thus object would occasion
ally unbena and circulate moro ftee!y
among their associate.1, it would be
Enough good will and enthusiasm
was manifest among those presort on
Saturday night to mean a good deal
to tho university by raising healthy
patriotism in our alma mater;
and all those who wero present link
ed in a vote that thise who did not
come out, without sufficient excuse,
ought not to complain because such-and-such
did or did not, or shouln or
sh'juld not exist In the University.
While we do not beliee that ht uti
les, the main thing i'i colleges sliou'd
be nelgected, yet we decidedly say
that there is too much self-absorption
and self-interest in the University of
Nebraska. Not only is there a tenden
cy to a lack or co operative inter
est in class affairs, and what is known
as class politics, but men and women
also are becoming wrapped up in
their own selves and intorests'to the
exclusion of those of others.
Now that the new somester has
opened up and every student is laying
his plans for tho iemainder of tho
year, it is suggested that somo pro
visions oe made for a broader experi
ence in collego lire.
can wear our Shoes until the cobbler is unable
to find places to tack new soles on, ancLthe
uppers will still be in good shape. WetTre
having a special sale now. It will pay you to
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University Books and Supplies
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
T. F. A. Williams, a well-known
alumnus of tho university has been
appointed deputy postmaster of tho
Lincoln office by Postmaster Ed. R.
Sizer., Mr. Williams graduated from
the university in '92, and took tils
degree in law in '04. Since thon lie
has been practicing law in this city.
liTni verity Football Annual" will be out about
IVb. 10th. Watch for it.
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