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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1903)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Dally rTebraskan
A Newspaper Devoted w tuo Interests
of tho University of Nebraska.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
A Consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, VOL. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, VOL. XII.
THE SCARLET AND CREAM,
Robert T. Hill Managing Editor
Jobn F. Tobln NewB Editor
Win. Caae Associate News Editor
R. A. McNown.
Carlton C. Wllburn.
Wm. A Shock.
C. C. McCuno.
J. D. Rice.
John R. Bender.
E. F. DavlB.
A. I. Myers.
P. P. Duffy . Advortlsrhg
Circulator Fred K. Nielsen.
OFFICE Second Floor of University
POSTOFFICE ADDRESS Station "A,"
The Presbyterian church received the
student of the various educational in
stitutions b tho'clty last night In the
parlorB rif the church. The Prcsfeyte
rfan students of tho Lincoln BuHlnesB
College, the Lincoln Academy, the Uni
versity and other student members
were Invited to enjoy an evening with
the church people and to make the ac
quaintance of each other. The Invita
tions were well received and a good
crowd attended. The evening was most
pleasantly and profitably spent and all
who were present express themselves
as highly pleased.
Hobson to Lecture
Hon. John A. Hobaon, a prcr.ilnent
English economist, will lecture before
the School of Economics at Wisconsin
University during the first three weeks
In March. He will also deliver three
lectures which will be open to the pub
lic. Mr. Hobson is the author of "The
Evolution of Capitalism" in two vol
umes, and "Economics of Distribution,"
two widely used text bookB. He 1b also
author of "John Ruskln, Social Re
former." Mr. Hobson Is spending the winter
In this country. He has already lec
tured at John Hopkins University
and will deliver a like course at the
Universities of Chicago and Califor
Entered at the Postofilcc at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second class mall matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE $2 Per Year.
Convocation announcements for the
Thursday Mr. Mcintosh of Omaha
The other mornings wll be taken up
by gentlemen prominent In the vari
ous state societies which meet in Lin
coln this week.
A large number of out-of-town vis
itors have been observed on and about
tho campus since last week. These
are for the most part men who nre
more closely Identified with farm life,
and hence have not tho opportunity
to Inform themselves concerning the
University as an educational Insti
All students would be doing a good
thing If they paid all the attention
possible to these men. When you see
one with an inquiring expression on
his face offer to inform him. He will
appreciate your courtesy and perhaps
aid the University some day.
There is a tendency shown by stu
dents to pass by strangers upon the
campus and about the University with
a self-important air which is not al
ways pleasing to the outsider, and
which calls out more or less unfavor
Legislators who do not strongly sup
port tho University or oppose it are
(onstantly on the aler to find Haws In
the college life. Many men feel that
an education In worth nothing since
they have got along without It. This
narrow minded view must give place
to a broader one before the University
can gain a deserved solid position be
fore the people of the state.
Carrlcker to Leave
Mr. Carrlcker, assistant In the en
tomology department, will soon sever
his connection with the University. II
will spend a few days with his foiks
at Nebraska City, and on Thursday,
accompanied by Mr J C Crawford,
jr . of this department and Mr M. M.
Zlminer, formerly of the- University,
now of Nebiaska City, ho will leave
for NNow Orleans, from whence he
will set sail on the steamer Olympla
for Port Simon, Costa Rica. From
there he will proceed to Puntarenas, on
the Pacific coast, where he will have
his headquaitors. He lu tends to be
gone for several yeais, essentially on
business, but also for scientific re
search. Mr Carrlcker will be missed greatly
by the University student, but espe
cially by Professor Bruner of the en
tomology department. D. W. Pierce
will fill the vacam-y made by the loss
of Mr Carrlcker. We wish Mr. Car
rlcker and his companions a pleasur
able and piolltable trip.
The bowling match between the Phi
Psi's and the Alpha Theta Chi's result
ed in a victory for the Phi Psi's. The
total number of pins knocked down by
the Phi Psi's was 1,845, while the Alpha
Theta Chi's scored 1.711. Scribner made
the high score 198.
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Professor Metcalf, who was In the
department of botany last year, in
tends to be In Lincoln next week to
take hlB examination for the doctor's
The oldest college of law under the
stars and stripes is in the city of Ma
nila. This law college existed one
bundled and fifty years before Harvard
endowed the law department. The
The trustees of Lafayette College
have received the gitt fiom Mr. James
Henwlck Hogg of a handsome build
ing for the use of the Y. M C A It
was opened October 22 with an address
by Rev. James Dalcom Shaw, of New
Charles A. Scott, who is in charge
of the government forest leserves in
Nebraska called at the rooms of the
department of botany a day or two
ago, in order to consult some of the
books on forestry. He is greatly Inter
ested In the new course in forestry In
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