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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, J903.
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Dr. Ross' "Social Control" Will
THE JAPANESE WANT HIS IDEAS
Professor Lobcke Will Supervise
Work ol Translation.
The University of Nebraska has
reason to take to herself no small
Amount of credit for the very great
success of the publications that are
being turned out from the various de
partments. Along with the success of
Dr. Sherman's "What is Shakespeare'
and the books published in tho depart
ments of history comes the newB that
Dr. Robs' new book on "Social Con
trol" is used not only widely In the
United States, but 1b to be translated
Into the language of the Japanese and
used In the Imperial University at
The Bystem of Bchools in Japan con
sists of a college for each province,
and a great central university at the
capital, called the Imperial University.
The introduction of Dr. Ross' book on
sociology inlo the great Institution, in
which centers the entire school sys
tem of the Japanese empire, is a good
recommendation and a flattering com
pliment to the work. It is evidence
that our Oriental frlendB consider the
book as one of the best, If not the
very best, on tho subject
Professor Tokebe of the Tokio Uni
versity, while travelling through the
United States, became interested In Dr.
Robs' "Social Control," and Immedi
ately set to work to get it translated
Into his own language The following
letter was written by him to Profes
sor Ross, requesting permission to
translate tho book and use it in the
Tokio, Dec. 10th, 1901.
Dear Sir: Allow me to write to
Last day of Registration for Second Semester. Bc-
ginning Monday morning the late-registration fee of $3.00
;; will be charged. THE REGISTRAR.
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una ii)t proper
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you, unacquainted, by the introduc
tion of Professor Small. Last sum
mer I visited the United States and
saw Professor Small and his School
of Sociology In the University Of Chi
cago. In our conversation, ho recom
mended very ardently your excellent
new book. "Social Control," and re
marked that It should be translated
into Japanese. So I got a copy at
once and on my way 'across the Pa
cific I read tho work, of course with
After my coming home, I looked
for a proper and able person to under
take tho translation, for I could not
-nd time Ao translate the work my
self. Fortunately, my friend, Mr. Mas
akama Takahashl, is now going to
undertake the work, if you will bo so
Kina as to give your generous per
mission to the task.
So, hero I humbly entreat and re
quest you to give us this permission,
that your excellent work may be
translated into Japanese.
Mr. 8. Ohara, M. A., who says that
he is a pupil of yours, has also ap
proved the undertaking of Mr. Taka
hashl. Now, hoping for your gener
ous answer, I remain,
Yours moBt sincerely,
(Signed) t. Tokebe.
PAL GOOD TIME.
Palladian "Boys' Program" Gives
A Wesleyan basket ball team com
posed of various members of the
Varsity squad defeated a University
team made up of Llghtner, Noyes,
Prown, Ludden, Sweeloy and Beers
by a score of 34 to 21 Thursday night
in the Wesleyan gym. It was to have
been a game between the Sophomores
and Wesleyan, but arrangements were
not perfected and teams were picked
up Just to have a game.
The Wesleyan field is very small
and hoi water pipes around the out
side make it a very disagreeable place
to play. For Wesleyan, Sampson
threw two-thirds of the goals. For
their opponents, Ludden threw three
goals, Noyes three, Brown two, Beers
and Llghtner one each. Twenty min
ute halves were played. Ludden and
Sweeley each played one half.
The Palladian Literary Society gave
their boys' program in Palladian hall
last night before a very appreciative
audience of about eighty-five, a good
many visitors being presont.
To say that the program throughout
was fine does not really do it justice.
Tho entertainment opened with music
furnished by a quartette composed of
Messrs. Vaaoy, Bruce, Llnderman and
Debey, who were encored a second
time. Mr. Fllley then gave a recita
tion which was very favorably re
ceived. Mr. Hutton followed with a
vocal solo, but refused to respond to
Ian encore. Mr. Tellesen then recited
the iavorite selection, "Old Man and
Jim," which brought out very appre
ciable demonstrations. President An
derson concluded this part of the pro
gram with a vocal boIo and received
a hearty encore.
After five minutes Intermission tho
fun began In earnest. While the au
dience was waiting In came a quartette
composed of four girls attired in men's
overcoats and hats. Their numbers
took so well that tho crowd called
them back again and again. Then
came a mock trial In which Clyde Tel
leSen was sued for breach of promise
by one Amanda Persimmons. Mr.
Johnson acted as judge, Stortz sheriff,
Black bailiff, and Hewitt and Llght
ner as attorneys. The witnesses were
Dr. Itoe, John Hasher, and Ole Olson.
No verdict was given by the Jury.
Every man on tho platform acted his
part In an excellent manner and the
whole program was pronounced one
of the best ever hold in Pall hall.
terestlng as it was' novel. ' "A Typical
Nobraskon," by Miss .jKorroll, .was a
piece, of clover work and callod forth
well morited applause. "Nebraska
Through tho Stercoptlcon" was a novol
feature and was considered ono of tho
best numbers that has been given in
tho society thiB year.
The ontiro program consisted of tho
Vocal bolo Miss Upton
MIbb Mae Edholm
Paper "Troubles in Western Ne
braska" Mr. F. T. Vasoy
Piano 8olo Miss Nefsky
8kotch "A Typical Nebraskan"
Miss Minnio Morrell
Views "Nobraska Through tho
Stereopticon...MIs8 Clara' Edholm
(Assisted by Mr. Cornell.)
Vocal Solo Mrs. Rector
Victory over Greely, Colo., High
School by 25 to 15.
The Nobraska baskot-ball team .add
ed anothor to its list of victories last
night by defeating Greeley, Colo., high
school by a score of 25 to 16. Tho fea
turepf tho game was tho splendid
playing of Elliot and Hewitt. Partic
ulars of the game will appear in Tues
X t i . y
Little Gem hot waffles served at the
Merchants' Cafo, 117 North 13th St
We haye a largo student patronage.
Eat at Hendry's, 129 North Eleventh.
Delians Entertain with Program
Tho Delian Literary Society gave an
unusually interesting program last
JUghJLasan opening of the semester's
work.. Besldesr the musicThft "nreaju
lng feature of the program was in
way of papers and sketches, actual ex
periences of some of the Delian mem
bers. 'Troubles In Western Nebrafc
ka," a paper by Mr. Vasey, was as in-"
DR 8WEABIlSfGEN TO YOUNG MEN
UNI Y. M, C A, ROOM
ytf J-M HH ft 1 1 1 H 1 1 f t H Hi 1HMIM 1 1 llllitltld 1-hJ
Aivin m. rope, '38, who talked in
convocation yesterday on tho educa
tional exhibits at tho Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition, has been for tho
past three or four years a teacher at
the Nebraska School for the Deaf and
Dumb, at Omaha, and has only recent
ly been appointed to tho . department
of education as superintendent of the
model schools for the deaf and blind,
and oxecutive superintendent' of char
ities and corrections in the depart
ment of Social Economy.
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