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VktTRmptTiuX, Vol. 81, The Nobnukan, ToL to,
Boarlet and Cream, Vol. i.
John O. RIm
A, a. Bohrdbc
O. X. Baww
Ntwi - - P. A. Swing
AthUtlc - - J. D. Cluk
Literary - Dorothy Grcn
RfporteW-D. P. De Young and Mable Fowler
Oflowi Editorial, IT KSM BoslneM, U 11IU.
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Daily Nebraskan will be sent the com
irg aemester to all present subscribers.
Friendship for the University.
Tno World-Horald malces the aeton
Ishlrfg statement that it is a friend
to the unlverHity. And this from an
organ that haB used every artifice
within Its power to malign Chancellor
Andrews and to rob us of a benefit
which will promote the Interests of our
university materially. It has in its
rabid virtue appealed to the prejudice,
and not tho leason, of the people of the
state and sought to convert them to its
viows and to persuade them to adopt
them as their own. Its vigorous effortB
to obtain opinions for Itself have re
sulted In returns from many of Its per
suasion, but it has no right to declare
that the majority of the people of the
state have regarded its policy with
favor, as practically only one side has
boen heard from through Its columns.
Tho paper certainly cannot construe its
rabid and prejudiced utterances as be
ing tho Iews of a majority of the
people of the Btate, when as a matter
of fact they arc not, and tho World
Horald will have a hard time proing
the truth of Its assumptions aud in
dicating Its mistaken policy in some
substantial manner. Its assertions
sound flerco Indeed, but they lack a
foundation of truth and betiay the
evidences of the malicious designs by
which they are prompted
In an article professing friendship
and a kindly feeling for the university
the World-Herald says:
"The people are against this project.
If all tho newspapors In Nebraska
should remain silent, yet would tho
people be against it. It Is not enmity
but friendship to the university that
gives voice tp tho earnest wishes of
tho people. It is not friendship, but
enmity, that proposes that tho people's
honest and earnest opinion bo dlsra
The above contains some vory asser
tive statements,, but the same could bo
said In reforence to any matter with
the same degree of posltlvoness wheth
er they are right or wrong. There is
" a question if tho people arc against
the project, and In spite of tho fact
that tho World-Horald has been ex
ercising Itself to its fullest capacity to
injure the university, It Is very doubt
ful Indeed If It has succeeded. It Is
stated that If the newspapers in the
state should remain silent, yet the peo
ple would be against It. But supposing
this were true, 1f the World-Herald
nnd tho newspapors of tho state that
side with It continue in their cam
paign of abuse and slander the people
of tho state would soon change their
We admit that it is not enmity, but
friendship to the IJnlverslty that' gives
voKe to the earnest wishes of the peo
ple as the contributions to the tem
ple fund nnd the widespread repudia
tion of tho infamous course pursued by
the Wot Id-Herald and Its partisans are
ample evidences of this. If tho Woiid
Horald considers the attempts it has
made to cow seeds of prejudice and dis
tuption nnd the support it has re
ceived, as the' honest and earnest op
position of the people we cannot an
alyzo tho nature of the hallucination
under which It Is laboring. No one
has yet proposed that tho honest and
earnest opposltlqn of tho people be
dlBregaided, as none has yet been ad
vanced by them.
Tho World-Herald would deprive us
of a benefit and Icae nothing In re
turn. It pretends to abhor tho Idea
of accoptlng a contribution, to secure
which for himself the editor of that
paper would bo willing to dive to the
bottom of Rockefeller's deepest oil
well. Tho policy of the World-Herald
has been selfish and inconsistent and
it never appeals to right sounding
ptlnclples except to impose upon and
contort them for Its own Individual
ends. Such a paper cannot bo depend
ed upon for just dealing and will cer
tainly bear watching.
The final arrangements aro being
made for the preliminary contest which
shall decide the composition of the
teams that will meet Kansas and
Washington. The list of candidates Ts
large and undoubtedly some good men
will be found among them, but the
return of two of the strongest debaters
of last j ear to the fold, makes our
prospects seem much stronger. Kan
sas has already ihosen her team and
seems to be confident in its team.
With the improved methods of train
ing that she has adopted from us it
is likely that she will make a strong
er showing this year than eer before.
Howexer, when bhe comes we expect
to have a team that will be quite well
informed as to the subject and with
an ability to make its arguments keen
Prof. Fossler at Convocation.
Oeneial Daggett, who failed to ap
pear in time to speak to the students
at chapel last week on the Relief of
Pekln. again failed to be with us. on
account of illhealth. In his absence
t'io time was profitably taken up, how
ccr. by Prof. Fossler In reading hu
moiouB selections from the great Gor
man'poet. Goethe Tho dark douds of
disappointment in not seeing the gen
eral were soon cleared away by these
choice poems and the audience Joined
in heaity laughter.
Graduate Club to Meet.
The Graduate club meets next Sat
urday evening at the home of Prof,
and Mrs. Lawrence Fossler and tho
faubject for discussion will be thaRus-to-JapaneEe
war. Professor Fling will
tseat It from a historical point-of view
and Its diplomatic features. Dr. Ross
will speak on it from a sociological
j'oint and Professor Persingor on
America's Interest in It.
Pedagogical Club to Meet. .
The Pedagogical club will moot this
evening In N. 310 at 7:30. .An address
will he mane by Regent C. S. Allen
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