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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1904)
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Zh Daily Hebraskan.
A oonnolldntlon of
Tho HMporlKti, Vol. Ul, The NAbrnakan, VoL lo,
Scarlet and Croara, Vol. i.
John D. Rio
A. O. Bohraiber
O. A. Bawjer
A. F. Booker
Oajlord O. Bennett
Rkpobtitiw P. A. EwIiib, D, P- DoYounK
O. H. Tnylor, Edsnr Mollott, Mnbel Fwwlor.
Ofioeat Editorial, U KWH: Bnatneaa, U illH
Poat Ofloa, Box 18, Station A, Llnooln.
ubsorlation Prloa, ft par year. In advanoa.
featarad at the poatoffloo at Llnooln, Nabraaka
as aoeond-ohua mall matter.
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Wo havo opened our columns to a
discussion of ie "Hack Question" by
University students, and tho first of
tho contributions that havo been pro
pared on nils Important subject will
appear In tomorrow's paper. ve find
that tho statements mad In yester
days' paper ropresents tho feeling of a
largo number of men who deBlro to see
some definite conclusions arrived at.
Tho question 1b one that should bo
given publicity and a thorough agita
tion of it will produce a remedy. It
Is therefore wim this object In view
that wo Invite opinions. Ail Univer
sity students who are interested in
tho mattor are welcome to express
their opinions through tho columns of
Tho Nobrasknn, no mattor which view
they may hold. However, wo would ad
vise all contributing to conllno them
selves to tho facts in tho case, giving
their own views Independently. Opin
ion are wanted and reasons that will
stand. Wo ourselves will maintain a
noutral position on all tho communica
tions, unless statements that have
been madio by 'us are brought -under
discussion and explanations called for.
Wo advise our readers to pay par
ticular attontlom to tho changes in
courses that aro being announced from
day to day in Tho Nebraskan. There
Is apt to bo something there to inter
est you, and simplify the complications
now pending In making out your sched
ule for next somestor. It isn't a bad
Idea to keep posted and you may find
something to your advantage.
In splto of tho fact that next week Is
exam'natlon week, bench work Is be
ing indulged in upon a largo scale. It
may be that In some cases the two
facts havo no connection, but In others
there Is an intimate one. A calm, se
reno day In January has as bad an ef
fect as a typical day In spring for
bringing tho Inmates of tho library
and other bulldlngs-about tho campus
forth lntolho open air to enjoy to
tho fullest extent tho favorable cli
matic conditions. Tho benches afford
tho most convenient resting places and
are certainly being put to good use.
However, tho return of cold weather
will temporarily put an end to tho
manifestation of such alarming symp
toms, and not until spring opens up In
earnest will tho critical stages bo
Tommorow njght tho Art Exhibit
will close. Honco a very limited space
of tlmo Is left for those who havo 'not
yet taken occasion to go In and see
the sights to do so. And no moro
fitting of special tlmo Is available than
tomorrow night, when tho Stockhold
ers' Rally will bo held1. This meeting
Is an important one and it will be full
of interest owing to" the special) pro-
gram that has been prepared and tho
social time that will be afforded.
Tho Art Exhibit has aroused a large
dogrco of IntoroBt among University
peoplo this year, but certainly not more
than was Its due. The high standard
of tho works brought here brings to
our doors an opportunity for culture
and education If we will but show a
reccptlvo tomltency. This fact Is be
coming moro generally renllzed and
with this gradual realization comes an
Increasing Interest In art. Wo hope
to see tho time when the University
will havo an art gallery of Us own,
and It Is not unlike that tho passing
of a fow years will see this desirable
For Prospective Teachers.
Tho following discussion has been
prepared by tho University Teachers'
bureau and is for the benefit of those
students In the University who expect
to teach In tho future:
"How should public school teachers
regard the mattor of dancing and card
playing? This is a question which
does not always receive serious con
sideration by many of our University
students who adopt the profession of
teaching. A number of young women
havo lost their positions this year and
last because of showing undue Interest
In dancing and card playing. Perhaps
tho teacher la not always to blame, be
cause on going to a new town Bhe
finds social peoplo taking a part in
theeo functions, and these aro the peo
plo with whom she Is likely to form
an acquaintance. She receives invi
tations to card parties and dances,
which Bho accepts, thinking that the
community is socially Inclined, and to
decline such courtesy would be detri
mental to her own Interests. Later on
these same persons who have encour
aged her will question her right to de
voto so much of her tlmo to society, the
result being that sho soon finds her
services as a teacher no longer desired.
"While living In Lincoln, or other
averago city a student may not be
criticised for activity in society, but of
a teacher in a smaller community there
is much expected In the way of model
conduct and a conservative attitude on
her part will in most cases bo the part
The following program will be rend
ered this evening at tho meeting of
tho Union society:
Instrumental solo, Miss Lowe.
Readings from Eugene Field, Miss
Vocal solo, 'A Winter Lullaby," Miss
"Experiences in the DlacK Hills,"
Vocal solo. Miss Kaufinann.
Reading, Mr. Sawyer.
For One Oration.
At their last meeting the Phi Beta
Kappa chapter made a pledge of $100 to
the Tomple Fund. A committee was
also appointee to confer with the Sig
ma XI society and1 the Alumni asso
ciation, with a view to uniting here
after In bringing one orator nere In
stead of three. In this way expenses
would bo cut down and one Joint meet
ing would take the plac,e of three, uius
concentrating lAe Interest of these
bodies Into Into one largo movement.
It Is planned that they combine In
meeting expenses, each paying a prop
er share. It Is also planned that so
cieties should tone turns in chosing the
orator Several have expressed their
opinion that such a course would be
satisfactory to iiem and await the
aotlon of tho commui.ee with interest.
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