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THE DAILY 3TEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k anripjr daroUd to the lntarasti of tkt
UnlTertltf of Nabr tka.
A CONSOLIDATION OF
Tho Umuorlun Vol. XXX
Tho NubriiNkuii Vol XI
The Hrurlot and Croum Vol 1 1 1
HtorlltiK II. M-Cuw.
It, W. llarl)or.
Uhim. I. Tuylor I
OluiH K. Wells (
U. T. Hill.
V ('. Hsitlo. U A. McNown. II. O. Nelson
Win. (use. I'no (Jutleben.
r Tha bscrlptlon prlca of tha Dallj Nabrai
tan U C for the collega year with a renlar de
Terr before chapel enoh day. Notices, com
nanfcatlom, and other matter Intended for pub
lication, mnit be handed In at tho Nebraakiin
offloe before 7 p. m.. or mailed to the editor be
fore Dp. m., of the day prerlona to that da; on
hlch they are erpeoted to nppear.
Sabicrlptloni may bo left at the Nebrkan
office, at the Co.Op., or with Business Manager.
Subscriber! will confer a faror by roportlnr
promptly at this office any failure to receire the
All c'hanires In adrertlslnr matter must be la
the ofllco by 8 p. m. on the day previous to that
a whloh they are to appear.
Address all communications to the Daily Ne
hraskan, 134 N. 11th Bt., Lincoln, Nebraaka.
It is perhnps worthy of rcniarK
that the Kopliormoro'B notion last
.Saturday night 'Jn interfering vt itn
tho Juniors was cunnrarv to all tho
univorsity traditions. nithorto
class rivalry has been limited In great
part to that between the two upper
classes and tho sophomores and fres
mon. Tho sophomores took upon them
selves a project which was diroctly
opposito to that which has always
hold as 'class law in the university.
Tho juniors perhaps, were looiclng
for seniors but wero decidedly sur
prised at the sophomore prank. It
would bo well if tho classes hereafter
keep moro within tho customuary
bounds. Collogo traditions cannot be
built up when there Is a constant
ell'ort and tendency to change them.
OUR PLACE . . .
is not the only place in town but it is THE PLACE
to buy your Shoes. We have a full line of
the latest style Shoes.
PERKINS & SHELDON, 1120 O St.
Enten'd at the post, ollli'p ut L'nroln, Nrln
as second class mull matter
A recent number ol the DaUv
Iowan contains an article on I lie
Hooker T. Washington episode which
as an example of arbled news and
distorted facts mighi a ihe subject
of profitable study by (lie editor of a
New York "Yellow." The editorial
"Hooker T. Washington will do
liver the commencement! address at.
Nebraska University. When the
seniors learned of this some of them
made strenuous objections but all
to no purpose. Without consulting 1
them the colored orator had already
been practically tendered an invita
tion and all the ingenuity of Presi
dent Andrews was not sullicient to
dovlse a scheme whereby tho 'nstl
tutlon could gracefully withdraw the
A statement more false than this
could hardly be made of the case
under discussion. As has frequently
been expialno:! there was no attempt
nor deslro on t lie part of the class
to withdraw the invitation to Mr.
Washington. Ho was tho unanimous
choice. Furthermore the ingenuity
of Chancellor Andrews was not ex
ercised in any attempt to withdraw
tho luYitation gracorully. n view
of tiie widespread explanations that
have been made in the newspapers
of tho country there is no oxcuse for
tho statoment given above. Tho
standard for morality that will sup
port such "journalism" must bo
It Is exceedingly uufortunato that
tho standard of tho college press of
the couutry should bo lowered by the
presence In it or a few shallow-brained
editors who seem to devote most
or their time in finding fault. It is
not uncommon to find these dreus of
humanity located In small townswhere
they arc continually looking for
something yellow to publish about
their ueluhbors. Hut tho collece
press is certainly on too high a plane
to permit of their presence In as
much as It does not depend upon
politics for support. The college pa
per which is continually trying to
belittle other Institutions merits
no other return than tho just con
tempt of all fair minded students.
I'espitc tlic inclomcr.cy of the
weather and the counter attractions
in the city the attendance at the ,
basketball games last week was far '
greater than might have been expect
ed. The enthusiasm shown however
made up for any deficiency which there
may have been in the number at
tending. The Interest in the tourna
ment was doubtless the result of the
niisiness-like way in which It was
At the Theatres.
AT T1IM OLIVKll.
Morrison's "Kaust" Company
has been on tour twenty seas his o
thirty-livo weeks each, making the
total number of performances given in
excess of five thousand, but Goothe's
Immortal story still possesses a strong
fascination, and this year, Morrison's
"Faust" company comes better
equipped than over before. The
electrical effects are provided ny the
most prominent electrical firm in
New York, and owing to tho rapid
development in this particular in
dustry some startling etTects ha vo
been devised for the garden, Uroc
ken, apotheosis and the various
scenes of the new prologue. Morri
son's "Faust" appears at tho Oliver
on Wednesday night.
At the Oliver, Wed. Eve.
BOYD BUILDNG, I7TII AND HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
Established Nine Years
A School Without a Superior.
Employs tho Ablest Teachers
Actual Husinoss from tho Start.
Aa it ifl practiced.
The Touch Mothod
(irahum and Crogg Sjetoin"
Practical :md thorough.
Sectional view of actu il Business
and Hanking Department
leading business own and ollieial
The finest and most thoroughly
Kudorsed by high school principals,
court rojorters. Absolutely thorough.
equipped institution in the West. 1,0()() invested in standard typewriter-.
:i,.ri()0 Hanking and other fixtures placed in actualhnsiness department. Hle
gant roll-Lop desks ordered for Commercial Department Another floor has
been leased that all inny be accommodated. Situations procured for over !K)
PER CENT of lastyeaCs enrollment. Students may enter any lime Address
A. C. ONO, A. M., LLB. Pres.
Write for elegant.
Tenth and Pacific Streets,
ege oilers a graded
course extending- over four
The r lvantuges and re
qutreuier t 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 Colleges, of which this
college U member. For in
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