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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1903)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Dally Nebraskan
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A Newspaper f)evotea w tue Interests
of the University of Nebraska.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
A Consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, VOL. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, VOL. XII.
THE SCARLET AND CREAM,
Robert T. HW Managing Editor
John F. Tobln News Editor
Win, Case Associate News Editor
R. A. McNown.
Carlton 0. Wilburn.
Wm. A Shock.
C. C. McCune.
J. D. Rice.
John R. Bender.
E. F. Davis.
A. I. Myers.
P. P. Duffy.. Advortlslnf
Circulator Fred K. Nielsen.
OFFICE Second Floor of University
POSTOFFICE ADDRESS Station "A,"
Entered at the Postofllce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second class mall matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE $2 Per Year.
Convocation announcements for the
Wednesday Hon. Edward Rose
water. Thursday Mrs. Sawyer.
A SCHOLARLY ADDRESS.
Those who attended the convocation
exercises yesterday had the pleasure of
listening to a very scholarly, clean
cut and Interesting address by William
J. Tucker, president of Dartmouth Col
lege. Chancellor Andrews, In Introduc
ing the Bpeaker, spoke highly of his
work as an educator.
President Tucker spoke of the work
of the scholar. One of the most strik
ing things of our times, said the speak
er, is that we live in a scholar's world.
One cannot go far without consulting
the laboratory and the library. When
England sends a great German special
ist to South Africa to determine what
can be gotten out of the earth she Ib
but carrying out this principle. The
world cannot do anything essential,
vigorous or far-reaching without the
work of the scholar.
But we do not want the half-made
scholar. The world wants men who
are entirely prepared to do its work.
If you are able to do something for
your fellow man, if you can carry on
some good work, and are able to say
"this must be," 'the world needs you
in every walk of life. "It Is the man
who knows that a thing is right that
the world wants."
In concluding his address President
Tucker said he rejoiced to come In
touch with our institution and people.
"We often hear of the 'east' and the
'west' spoken of, but there Is no 'east'
or 'west.' We are all one In a great
Judge Westover of western Nebraska
was on the campus yesterday. John
Westover showed him through the
Professor Caldwell Is In receipt of a
letter from Joseph "Boomer, who la
now a reporter for a paper In Manila.
Mr. Boomer has completely changed
his views since going to the Philippines
In the matter of the United States giv
ing the natives control of the Island.
Mr. Boomer says that the self-government
theory will not work; that the
Filipino Is no more capable of under
standing what government Is, and of
.governing himself, than a ten-year-old
child. He holds that they will nevef
bo ready for self-government; that It
Is preposterous to think of the Fili
pinos making and enforcing laws.
Prior to going to the Islands Mr.
Boomer held JuBt the opposite view
and supported the theory of self-government.
Yale has 3G9 Instructors and 2,725
students. Among the latter are men
from fourteen foreign countries. Twen-ty-flve
are from Japan, 111 are from
Illinois, 11 are from the city of Hono
lulu, 8 from Tokyo, and 68 from Chi
cago. Dr. Clark of the State Normal at
Peru, was In Lincoln yesterday and
visited the university.
The Phi Psls defeated the Phi Delts
on the ThomaB alleys last night.
Harry Reed had the high score.
There 1b more Interest taken In the
meeting of the State Historical society
among the students than ever before.
MIbs Florence Cook, who was called
home to Omaha last week by the death
of her mother, has returned to the uni
versity. The Sophomore caps are ready at
B. L. Paine's store. Get them by
Thursday morning. By order of Com
mittee. Mr. Geo. Burgett, class "98, spent last
Sunday with friends In the city. Mr.
Burgett Is teacher in the high school at
Dr. Clapp wishes to announce that
all men playing basket-ball or expect
ing to play must take physical exam
There are a number of fountain pens
at MIbs Higgins' desk In the registrar's
office that are yet uncalled for. Per
haps yours is there. Hurry and find
Frank Roberson spoke at the Oliver
Tuesday night. H1b Biibjert was "Last
Days of St. Pierre," and waB illustrated
profusely with Bcreen pictures. The
lecture was the fourth of the Y. M. C.
A. course which 1b being given In Lin
coln this year.
C. J. Greene of Fremont visited the
university yesterday. Mr. Greene js a
member of the Nebraska Horticultural
society and haB a valuable collection
of roses, carnations and violets which
he will exhibit during the society's
meeting this week.
Cards are out, announcing the wed
ding of Miss Ada McFall to Mr. Jesse
Bell of Bellwood, Neb., on January 23.
Mr. Bell was a member of the claBS of
1902, but flnlBhed his last year in Iowa
State University. They will be at homo
to friendB In Bellwood, Neb., after Feb
The schedule for the meeting of the
State Historical society will consist of
a six o'clock supper for the members
of the society, old settlers and vjsltlng
friends, and addresses In Memorial hull
at 8 o'clock. The speakers and their
subjects are to bo found on the posted
program of the entire meeting.
Our Great Discount Sale is Now On vN
DR. BEN J. F. BAILEY
DRS. BAILEY AND FLANAGAN
ANNOUNCE THE REMOVAL OF THEIR
ROOMS 21, 22 AND 23 BURR BLOCK
five a friend jg'vcJ I v
S-NG3 C" "L T"- riLrr.'-s
which .s a: : slum 'e f( r ,.. tHccun
; i'-.. tor net: ,:.i t , I ,: c present, md
u. u.L-io, rA-.r ,w .hiw..c: aUo lor the
A'.V0) lrj -Herand a IcLowi best c rl "
All the t.z v to'-Li, ail the old ,..-,
and the iofi pru,.ir at a. I the (oi,rrc,
fl.W-DOOK sroiir.a. iiubio DdLtUd.-Si.so
. .: , . , e ' "iBI-J:- Itllahor.
l--C-l.-13-l I Cocper l-stitute. hew ori: I
bchoolUK,k ct &,i j.uUj,i, Kt oi.u ituro S
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Thaballdlni-balDf spatially d.slfned f ordtntal Instruction th. DR. TRUMAN W.BROPHY Dnnn
UboratorUa ara allllihl and wall YentlUtad. Cut showi , .... "DKWrnT,UOan,
aaactlonof rrashmaa elaaa at Oparatlra Tachnlc work. WOOQ & HOrriSOn 8t8.. ChlOafftS.
are admittedly the finest. Your patronage solicited as we know we
can please you. ,
The Franklin Ice Cream and Dairy Co.
Office and Factory, 133 South ,2th Street. Phone F205. "
From 20 to 50 per cent
On our entire line of -
Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Trunks and Bags
Call in and get a New Suit or
Overcoat, and save from $2-50
to $7-00 over our former Low
CWINO CLOTHING CO
1115 and 1117 0 Street
DR. MAY L. FLANAGAN
1 7-PI -III.-P-
A new Co-cl has nllhled In town.
I'-pUlec, Upi-Ua I
In .i . to-daleu tailor nude eown.U-pl-de.UU I
1 -eMt are wild, anil prcx Is, too.
uu ne.r law suih a liulla-tw-loo
tHOKUS. - V pi deei-Uce l-di 1 eic.
Her voUc Is clear as a soaring lark's.
And her wit Is like those lrolfev-car luilrv,
"neii cross a muddy trett she rllts.
The boys all have conniption fits I
The turn of her heiul turns all ours. too.
nic.e'a.alwas a strlfu to sit In her w .
I Is enough ui make a parson drunk.
I o hear her sing olj co ca che lunk I
The alove, and three other Nmv erses to U TI DBF
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m .nvwHinis, an, I also many NHWiONM.
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' Dental Surgery
(Dental Department of Like Poreit University.)
Twentieth Annual Course
of Instruction will begin about Oct. lit,
1001, outline about May 1st, 1002.
For tatuloRuo Riving full information
regarding couruo and for doucriptivo book
IN BULKS, BRICKS OR INDIVIDUAL MOULDS
FRANKLIN'S TC.F. prfamq
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