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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1903)
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Gbe Datls Hebvaefoan
a Byatem makes itself very evident
when the votes are counted, and
"shows up" thej organization to which
the aspirant happens to belong.
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I See The Review Press i
A conaolltlatlon of
The Hcftiwri&n, Vol. 81, Tho Nebnwkan, Vol. 12,
Scarlet and Oroam, Vol. 4.
O. K Pxruuxoxn
J. K Monnrnow
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ABOUT YOUR PRINTING
Wm. A. Bhock
A. I. Mrora
John D. Hlcc
Program for the Week:
Wednesday T. F. A. Williams:
Thursday Mass meeting In interest
of Rockefeller gift.
A. T. Ifc-okrr. I. 0. Baldwin. .T. M. Paul. R. A.
Mlllor, L. O. Hnrtx. .1. R. Omm.
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Post Offlcu Station A. Box 10. Lincoln
flnliHcrlptlon prloo, $2 per ytnr In advanct.
Entered at tho postoffioo at Lincoln, Nebraska,
oh Hocond dims mall matter.
The letter of Professor Caldwell, pub
lished In another column, will be read
with much interest by all who appre
ciate the Importance, of the right loca
tion of tho new buildings Boon to be
erected on the campus. It Is proba
bly sufficiently well known already that
the Nebrnskan does not favor their
location at the south end of the Elev
enth street area. From time to time
until tho committee finally makes Its
decision, we shall undeavor to offer
good reasons why they should be lo
cated elsewhere; at tho same time hold
ing our columna open to those who
entertain the contrary view. The com
mittee for the decision of the matter
onslBts of Regents Teets and Ernst,
together with the Chancellor and Trea
burer Dales. Let them know your opin
ion on the Hubjeot.
Better buy an annual for yourself,
and not depend upon your friends. A
senior tho other day purchased a book
and was Immediately requested to loan
It. Being too polite to refuse, he spent
his time watching the other fellow
read his book. The price Is within the
reach of everyone, and if you want a
book, buy It yourself.
Professors may reasonably register a
kick against the reading of annuals
during class periods. Although you
may be greatly Interested in the book,
there are better ways of showing your
appreciation of It than by reading It
In class. Tho issuing of an annual Is
tho sign for general inattention in
class, and professors generally look
forward to Its advent with dlBfavor on
The annual election of student mem
bers to the athletic board Is scheduled
to take place soon. Every student is
urged to pay his twenty-five cents and
icglster a vote for the flvo men he
considers most capable of serving as
members of the board. Irrespective of
individual likes or dislikes, votes
bhould be cast for those men whose
business ability or devotion to athletics
In tho past recommends them for the
place. In connection with the election
there Is a matter that has deserved
unfavorable criticism in the past the
nrnctico of a fraternity or other or
ganization supporting one of Its mem
bers, to vote for him alone. As will
be seen, when twenty or thirty votes
are cast for one man alone, It forces
him ahead of the rest of the ticket, and
greatly Increases his prospects for
membership. This Is polities In Its
worst form, and too much cannot be
said against such a selfish means of
attaining one's end. It should also be
remembered that the practice of such
President Soutwlck of the Meadvlllo
Theological 8emlnary, discussed "The
Adoption of a Profession" at convoca
tion yesterday morning. Ho said: "The
first months after graduation are apt
to be the most critical and distressing
of a person's whole life. The Univer
sity graduate has been told many times
that the world is waiting with open
arms for his advent into Its affairs,
bin after graduation he finds that the
man whose only recommendation Is
general attainment or culture, must
mnke a place for himself. The only
person that the world awaits with open
arms Is the one who can do a certain
thing better than anyono else. We
must all make the discovery sooner or
later that tho world does not owe the
University man a living, but Instead he
owch the world a i.ie."
Mr. South wick discussed three pro
fessions that are less Bought after now
than formerly, because there are more
openings in life, i ne greatness of the
legal profession comes from the fact
that it dealB with great principles, the
chief of which is Justice. Lawyers have
a great opportunity to Inculcate this
principle Into the lives of men. partly
because they are more or less brought
In contact with people Intent on Jus
tice. The physician s Ideal Is a per
fect physical man and to that end he
works. That being bo, It la necessary
that his life and work oo spent with
men who have disobeyed the funda
mental physical laws. Tho minister
fixes his eyes anu Bets his heart on
the fulfillment in life of tho eternal
laws of God, and It Is his privilege to
make the Infinite laws recognized In the
eyes of human beings.
There Is a point of resemblance In
these three professions, which comes
from a certain artificiality In them all.
The man must make himself a necessity.
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Summer school Inquiries are beginn
ing, but whether a deficit or surplus
is In sight Is not yet known.
Plans are under way for an Acad
emy picnic on High School day.
Where It will be and how much of a
feed It will be are yet undecided.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wanatchee.
$25.00 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle,
and many other Oregon and Washing
From Chicago and St. Louis propor
tionately low rates are In effect by
lines connecting with the Union Pa
cific. Tho Union Pacific has also extended
territory to which round trip Home-
seekers' Excursion tickets will be sold
FROM MISSOURI RIVER TERMI
To many points In Kansas, Nebraska
To many points In Wyoming, Utah,
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To many points in Oregon and Wash
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Tickets on sale March 17, April 7 and
21, May 15 and 19, June 2 and 16, 1903.
For full Information call on or ad
dress E. B. SLOSSON.
The young men greatly enjoyed the
debating contest last Friday night. A
large proportion of the debating rub
was present and felt well repaid.
The persistent attempts of the Prin
cipal to make the Tuesday convoca
tion period an intellectual and spirit
ual treat have met with only partial
success. This feature of the work is
the only discouraging one connected
with the school.
This vacation business Is a nui
sance. Every Friday afternoon of this
month has been declared a University
holiday. The Academy is determined
to show Its Independence, and although
it will follow the University's suit this
week Friday, the line will be drawn
there. The chief hardship in the
Academy's case Is due to the fact that
laboratory work 1b almost wholly
scheduled for Fridays.
Drake Delphic: The
Edition" of the Daily
proved a very noVel and
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UNTIL JUNE 15TH
$25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles
and many other California points.
UNTIL APRIL 30TH
$20.00 to Ogden, Salt Lake City, Butte,
Anaconda and Helena.
JUNIORS who wish to tiy for place
on Junior relay team, report tomor
row at 4 o'clock on the track. Committee.
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Saturday evening, May 9, 1903. Mar
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