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Tho Hcppcrian, Vol. 01) Tho Kebrturitan, Vol. 12,
Boat-lot and Cream, Vol. i,
0. E. PjnuuKOjen
A. Q. Bonitinixn
Nowh -'.... Win. Cmo
Society Wm. A. Shook
Athlotlo A. I. Myers
Literary John D. ftlco
Ofllco: 208Hi Unlvoralty HnU. Phono A 1230
Pmt Oifico: Station A, Box 18, Lincoln
Entorod at tho pontofllao at Lincoln, Nobroska,
an nccond oliuut mall matter.
The Student and the Strike.
Tho cook and waiters' strike down
town cornea a good deal nearer Univer
sity life than nlmost any other kind of
labor trouble can. Students, coming
to Lincoln for only two, throo or four
years, are naturally a little thoughtless
of the effect their actB may have upon
tho permanent welfare of the city. A
good chance, like tho present, to strike
a fairly well-paid Job for a longer or
shortor season, is apt to bo taken Joy
ful advantage of, without particular
reflection as to the principles at stake
in tho strike controversy, and as a ro
buR the labor Interests of tho city are
accustomed to assort that the Univer
sity students often "scab" them out
of what might otherwise be a labor
Tho present managing editor hap
pens to bo a union man a member of
tho union and a Buporter of its meth
ods. But he does not mean on that
account to take advantage of his ed
itorial position to urge student support
of tho union, or to offer approval of its
present action. That would hardly
agree with " Is Idea of ethics. But in
his editorial position he does feel en
titled to urge upon students competing
with tho city labor tho wisdom of "tak
ing thought for tho morrow." If you
disapprove of union methods, or think
tho union wrong in this instance, you
are right In filling tho strikers' places.
If you sympathize with the union and
Its methodB, you are Justified in act
ing with tho strikers. But if you have
given no thought to tho question, Btop
and reflect a moment before you take
olthor step; for ono will direct against
University people tho disliKo of tho
employing class, and the other will in
cur for them the cricicism of labor In
terests. Tho University student owes
it to tho institution to act deliberately
upon a matter which concerns its wel
fare so closely as does the present la
. bor difficulty.
C. E. P.
Now Is a good time to begin taking
precautions. Grip has been for some
time epidemic, mumps are keeping sev
eral students from classes, and a light
cbbo of scarlet fever has appeared. It
is only a short step from such condi
tions to a general epidemic of a moro
violent sort. Numerous institutions
throughout tho country aro already se
rionsly handicapped by tho latter, and
it is worth Nebraska students' while to
take ovory reasonable precaution
against introducing anything of tho
kind into tho University and similarly
demoralizing its work.
There will bo a union meeting of tho
.Y, JM.'C. A. and tho Y. W, C. A. Sun
day at 4 p. m., in the old chapel. This
meeting will be of special interest (o
those .who are desirous " of making
"their Bummer vacations pleasant and
brary management in regard to leav
ing student property in the library,
great armfuls of books, et., are picked
up each night from the most unthought
of nooks and corners and lugged into
tho basement. Note books aro badly
used and frequently good books aro
in this way lost. The library depart
ment is not to be blamed for the stock
ment is not ,toe be blamed for tho stack
room. But certainly students, especial
ly girls who live a long distance from
the University, have good reasons for
not carrying all tho books with them.
What the library very much needs Is
lockers where student property may be
left with safety. This would prevont
swiping and save the library depart
ment much useless work.
Program for the Week:
Tuesday C. M. Wallace: "Cecil
Thursday D. A. Dorsey: "Andrews
Friday Music program.
Rev. B. M. Long, chaplain for the
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MAGEE & DEEMER
Tho cadet band played before the
University at convocation yesterday for
the first time in several months. All
the week it has beep ractlcing for the
occasion, and furnished music yes
terday of a high grade to a very large
and appreciative crowd of students.
While the band has been heard to give
better music, the general opinion com
mended its appearance very highly be
cause It has been practically disband
ed and was consequently out of practice.
Thursday Evening News. After a
five hours' session Monday afternoon
at the Llndell hotel, the official mem
bers of the state oratorical association
decided that the contest should be held
ovor, as there was no legal decision In
the. previous contest. The contest will
be held March 23d In Omaha. An en
tirely new set of Judges will bo chosen
both for manuscript and delivery. Wes
loyan and Bellovuo colleges will bo
allowed to send new representatives If
they choose, as the persons who rep
resented them In tho previous contest
are no longer In school.
Rev. Mr. Marsh, of all Souls' church,
Twelfth and H streets, will begin next
Sunday a short series of sermons,
'Glimpses Into tho Life of Jesus." Tho
first topic Is "Tho Preparation." Pro
fessor Qrummann In his Sunday school
talks will continue the discussion of
"The Joy of Living." All are cordially
The total amount expended on books,
bindings and periodicals for tho library
for the year ending March 1st, is $7,
054.92. This amount was apportioned
among thirty-four different depart
ments, each one sharing In the fund.
Tho amount Is $2,000 less than that
spent for tho same purpose during
the preceding year.
U, B. D. C. will meet in Union hall
this evonlng. Question: "Resolved,
That the members of tho lower house
of congress should bo elected In pro
portion to the number of party votes
cast." Affirmative Borg, Joyce; nega
tive, Culver, Baldwin. The question
is one with whicu every one should be
familiar. Everybody welcome.
MEN wishing to enter tho evening
gym class should consult Dr. Clapp
at once, and arrange for measurements.
BASEBALL men and those who are
taking field athletics, not in gym
classeB, should call at the physical di
LOST. One Cassell's largo French
dictionary, and one black leather cov
ered Hill's pocket edition French dic
tionary. Finder please return to Ne-
SENIORS. Class pins ordered aro
being made up and will be fitted with
patent lock catches and engraved with
out chargo. Leave your name, written
as you wish it engraved, at Co-op. Im
mediately. O. T. Swan.
IN accordance with the provisions of
the inter-class athletic constitution,
Manager Spafford submits the names of
the following seniors for the basket
ball team: Leonard, Sam Anderson,
Golden, Lovltt, Mllok, Tobln, A. E.
Turner and Spafford.
Y. W. C. A. Tho annual business
meeting of tho Young Women's Chris
tian Association for tho election of offi
cers will bo held In the old chapel Tues
day, March 10, at 5 p. m. It Is Impor
tant that every member bo present.
Anna Van Zandt, Vice-President.
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SENIORS. Tho committee on invi
tation and programs of the senior
class desire iat those who have de
signs to offer hand them to the com
mittee at once, as It Is necessary to
come to some decision in order that we
may not bo late in getting out our
Tho basket ball team left yesterday
for their northern trip over the Northwestern.
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