The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 06, 1902, Page 2, Image 2
FT MMOMMll)lJ .-.-.ri t...-..-.-T.r - -T J' - j -t ! I I TLB l' V 'it VriWBIJ Tl)jT ' i - i i J.' vv THE DAILY 1TKBRA8KAH. - rJ 'I l 1 ffl TBE DAILY NEBRASKAN k MffiHHi dvotd to th IntfrMU ikf UaivariUr of Nebraska. A CONHOLIDATION OF The Ilosnorlun Vol. XXX Tho Ni'liriiskiin Vol XI The Scarlet mid 'mini Vol 1 1 1 HUirllnu II. McCuw, K. W. Harbor. MunaKliiK K'lllor Kdltor ln-Chlcf Huslness MuniiKur Assistant Kdlto Chun I. Tiiylur I (Jims V. K. T. Ill (Jims K. Wells f Associate Kdltors. V ('. Hallo. 11 A MrNown, II CJ. Nelson Win. ( use. Dan Uiitlebcn. f Th subscription pries of tbs Dsllj Nsbrss kn U 12 for the oollegs yesr with a rsrular de Uranr bsforo chspal osok day. Noticss, com snanfcatlons, andotbor mnttsr Intended for pub Ilea t Ion. musk ba banded in at the Nebraikan office bifora 7 p. m., or mailed to the editor be fore a p. m., or ids any proTiuus iu vthloh they are expected to appear. HnK.nrlnltf.nl mnv be left at the Nebrssltan offlca, at tho Co. Op., or with Business Manager. Subscribers will confer a fayor by roportlng promptly at this office any failure to reoeire the All ohanms In adyertislna jpatter must be In ths oflloe by 8 p. m. on the day pretlous to that at which they are to appear. Address all communications to the Dally Na braakaa, 181 N. 11th Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska. Telephone 479. Kntoied ut thi' post ofllco !it Lincoln, NeK iih second cliiss mull mutter Attention was'rcenotly nailed by a spoakot to the fact that the great difference between an educated and an mi educated man Is In the way they use their leisure time. A man or broad education and deep culture has the whole world to choose from when looking for amusement. He is not conlined to those forms or recrea tion which appeal only to the cuusor or sensual nature. Tho thought or ago.1', is Ills and he can spend hours of unalloyed pleasure in his library. lie is not even conlined to his books, wide as their range may be. If his oulturo Is broad and deop lie can go to tlio art gallery or the music hall fjr his recreation. Travel becomes to him more than mere sightseeing. Every experience Is food upon which his soul feeds. The speaker referred to cited the ease of Mr. Schwab president of the steel trust as an example. He is prboablo the most successful business man in America. When a short time ago lie iiad a few days vacation he went to Europe and the papers were tub of the accounts of bis winnings and losses at Monte Carlo. His un cultured mind demanded the excite ment oi the gambling tabic foi rec reation. The best sort of mental rec reation Is ahsoltely closed to such a one. The annual hop of company Mwl!l bo hold March l.t at Walsh hall. Under the direction or Chairman Moors thermunittce is. making prep arations for one ot the best Informal functions ot the year. The hop is one of tho traditional common airuirp, doublloss w ill bo well iittorulo 1 byjnuin bora if tho battalion. Thero was boiik' talk of increasing tho price but tho commitieo hub decided to leave it atono dollar. Tho committ'jeB E. II Meore chairmun 10. O. EuBter, muster of ceremonies, It. V. Mantt'nld. Sidle's Sporting Goods House Term's, Rase Hull and Gymnasium (Joods. Agency for Herald and National Hieyeles. .Send us your Repair Work. Novel Method of Cleaning Skeletons Ao interesting oxporimont In cleaning skeletons adoptod at the Wintar Insli uto of Anatomy has proven Itself most succoeeful and satisfactory, insocts do ing tho work in u more satisfactory unci less oxpensiv) mannor than was accomplished by any of tho former mothods omployod. Some time ago moro than llvo hundred roughly cleaned arid dried carcasses of animals of de scription, varying si.o from a boar to a mouse, woro sproad out on long tableB in tho baeotiiont rooiriB of tho building usod by the institute. In a fow months almost the pntiro collection had boon thoroughly cloaned by tho larva of Hoveral spocioB of bodies. The tnupical programs which have bcon givon from time to timo at the studonts convocations hnvo been highly appreciated by all Since however ho much interest has been manifested by tho student 1 in foiecitnlH would it not bo well to dovoto Bomo morning to a "request" program? Whilo it is im possible that tho requests of all could bo grantod, 11 program could novertlm less bo given which would bo tho stu dents' choice The big relay race meet which lnis become a feature of athletics at the University of Forms) lvuuia will bo on a moro elaborate scale than ever, thiB yoar The entnoi ore moro numerous than at any time hhico tho beginning of tho moots sevon oars ago Imita t'onB havo been sent out to 11 r lending schools and colleges of tho cuintiy Tne class of "0J or the University of Michigan which recently inaugu rated class smokers as a means of getting tho members of tho class to gether has abandoned the custom on tho grounds that smokers have fallen into disrepute. Instead they havo startod the practice of class dinners at which elaborate menus are served. I'rofcidont Harper, of tho University of Chicago, lias been cWoiated by Presi dent Lou bet with tho French older of tho Legion of Honor Dv Harper i o ceivod tho distinction bocauso of his interest in tho French educational s)s tem Ho bus established at Chicago a branch of Iho Alliance Francos, and a Fans a branch Fchool of Iho Uni versity of Chicago. Fjx. Wiricks trunk and Hag store, l(i:!M. THE WFAMMIEK. Forecast lor Lincoln and iciuity, M'hursday, fair and cooler in after noon. Weather report for 21 hrs, ending, 7pm. Wednesday. Ili..l..,rl I ,.....,,.,.. t .. -. I I iiiiunt luio pci i uu i r, .11 octrees, occuring at pin. Z Lowest tompertaure.' lid degrees, occuring at 7 am. Mean temperature, :tii degrees, which Is 1 rleirrpps; jihove t )if nnrmitl I " x.ww- ..v,w., .... ............ (J A Loveland, Section I)ir. 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