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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Dally Nebraskan
A NrwHpnpor I)cotco . , tuo Interests
of the UnlverBlty of NebrnHka.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
A Consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, VOL. XXXI.
THE NEHRASKAN. VOL. XII.
THE SCARLET AND CREAM.
Robert T. Hill Managing Editor
John F. Tobin Npwh Editor
Wm, Case Associate News Editor
R. A. McNown.
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A recent Issue of the "Dally" stated
thnt Mr. Doane Powell of Omaha, was
working on tho Herald. Mr. Powell
formerly worked on the Herald, but Is
now studying art under Mr. Laurie
Wallace In Omaha.
As was announced In the "Daily"
lost week the Debating Association has
placed on sale tickets for the coming
debates. Heretofore tickets have been
Bold separately for each debate, but
thlB year It was decided to sell a sea
Bon ticket, admitting the holder to the
six coming debates for 35 cents.
Debating contests are never a source
of profit financially, and the Debating
Association is selling the six tickets
at such a nominal price In order that
more will attend these contests, and
give the debaters the support they
Large attendance will not only en
courage the speakers. It will necessar
ily arouse more Interest In the Intel
lectual contests, and we should all
work for such a result. There is ap
parently more interest being taken in
debates this year than ever before. But
notwithstanding the high plane upon
which debating has been placed in the
University of Nebraska, and the bril
liant victories of last year, there are
a great many who fail to appreciate
the value of such mental training. By
the new plan it Is hoped that apprecia
tion for real debating will become more
The members of the faculty, fraterni
ties and literary societies have mani
fested the proper spirit, and all that Is
needed now Is the co-operation of the
Dr. Harvey Link, of Millard, father-in-law
of Cashier Law of the Columbia
National bank, was a visitor to the
Historical library yesterday. Dr. Link
claims to be the oldest practicing phy
sician In the state, having been a doc
tor for forty-six years.
A Zulu is enrolled at Columbia.
Flfty-flve candidates have reported
for tho Cornell baseball team.
The lee fete which opened at the
University of Wisconsin January 0 is
a decided success.
In the United States and Canada
there are fill? Y. M. C. A. student asso
ciations with a total membership of
According to the last census there
are 98,023 students enrolled in Ameri
can college, or one student to every
Among the larger schools Chicago
has shown the greatest Increase over
last year. It has passed Michigan and
now ranks third. With this exception
the ranking of the universities is the
Bame. Harvard, is first with 5,468; Co
lumbia second, with 5,352; Chicago
third, 4,296; and Michigan fourth,
3'7-6- " l. f
Joseph A. Pipal, formerly football
coach at Doane, and who was promi
nent In Belolt athletics, while attend
ing that Institution, has been chosen
physical culture director at Bellevue.
He was received with great enthusiasm
by the students. He will have charge
of baseball and track work and will
coach the football team next season.
Love knows not labor.
Who sows 111 reaps 111.
He who swears Is a liar.
A gold key opens every door.
He who buys betimes buys cheaply.
He gives twice who gives In a trlca
A voluntary burthen Is no burthen.
He that wants should not be bash
ful. An old dog does not bark for noth
ing. He dances well to whom fortune
Even a fool says a wIbo word some
times. Don't go a-flshlng to a famous
Lovo, a cough and smoke are hard
Let him not bo a lover who has not
She who Is born a beauty is born
Years and sins aro always more
Love's merchandise is jealousy and
He who laughs overmuch may havo
an aching heart.
Ho who does not when he can, can
not when he will.
A beautiful woman smiling bespeaks
a purse weeping.
To him who is determined It re
mains only to act.
A mill and a wife are always In
want of something.
Associate with the good and you
will be one of them.
When a tree Is falling, every one
cries: "Down with it."
To whom you tell your secret you
surrender your freedom.
A hundred years cannot repair a
moment's loss of honor.
Great cry and little wool, as the
man said who shaved the sow.
Marry your son when you please,
your daughter when you can.
He who has money to throw away,
let him employ workmen and not
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