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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1904)
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Ce Dafy Uebraskun.
JL. consolidation of
! Hesperian, Vol. 01, The Nobnukan, ToL 1,
Bcftrlot nd Cream, Vol. A.
John D. Qloa
A. Q. Bohrsdbw
O. A- 07
Mw, - - P. A. Evlng
AthUtic ' - - J. D. CUrk
Literary - - - Dorothy Green
Reporter D. P. De Young and Mablc Fossler
and Raymond C. McCaw.
OAomi Kdltorial, O KBH; Business, U MM.
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aa seooad-elaaa mall matter.
Unless ordered discontinued Tho
Daily Nebraskan will be sent the com
ing semester to all present subscribers.
We have been beset by inquiries us
to why wo have, not taken stops to ox
poso and to give publicity to the ease
of potty larceny that has jut been aired
in the city police couit by University
I artlcs. Although it 1h well for nn ex
ample to bo made in cabes of this kind,
in order to deter otherB from the same
practice, yet wo do not believe that it
is our place to glo extensive publicltj
;o Incidents of this nature. The Btory
of another's degradation as set forth
in tho columns of a newspaper may ap
peal to those who are morbid-minded
enough to take an eager Interest In
nch things, but we would certainly
hesitate to put our readeis in thlB
i lass. The workings of justice are suf
ficiently severe to teach the wiong
doer a lesson, but we do not believe
that he enn be drhen to leform by cas
tigating him through the newspapers.
We might have profited by the op
portunity to obtain a piece of news by
belting forth tho dibgrace of a fellow
student In oider that our leaders might
regale themsehes for a moment with
the account of his downfall, but have
refrained because we do not see why a
man should be put sued with persecu
tion after the law courts have dealt
with him and exacted the penalty of
his offense. True, such petty larccuy
as does occur in this University is to
be regretted, but there arc other means
of limiting it than by making public ex
ploitation of the person's dibgrace when
he 1b caught. For news of affairs of
this kind finds ready circulation among
our student body, and if thero are
"others oligiblo to profit by tho example
madoL they will have sufficient oppor
tunity to tako warning and discontinue
their practices in thefuture.
It is right that an example should
bo made, but It must bo mado by the
proper parties. If proper care is taken
by tho proper authorities and by stu
dents these cases of larceny will not
be so frequent. But If any cases are
detected then It Is the duty of those
duly concerned to see to tho punish
ment of the offendeis, as has been done
In the present Instance. The law is
sufficient to properly punish any crim
inal and thero is no reason why one of
our own student body should be con
sidered as a common enemy after he
has been banished from our midst,
bearing a heavy burden of humiliation.
We advocate a careful lookout for
cases of this kind and the meting out
of just punishment, but beyond that
we aro not concerned. Tho student
who appropriates the property of au
i ther Is' cdnsclous of the penalty that
will bo exacted of him if discovered,
and the mere perusal of what is likely
to happen If he is found out will not
have any great effect In deterring him
from pilfering If he gets the chance.
A rigorous lookout Is necessary and
summary action in all cases detected.
This is tho only way the nuisanco can
bo btopped, for such means will comp?l
a change of program on the part of the
Individual concerned, when he would
not heed the threatri made through the
columns of any newspaper.
The band concert next Monday even
ing should be attended by all Univer
sity people. Tho good work done by
the band this year has commended It
to all, and any enterprise in which it
is concerned should receive our united
support. It has rendered invaluable
service in the football games on our
athletic field and given many excellent
concerts In' chapel. And also, tho ob
ject It has in view in giving this con
cert is deserving of special considera
tion. It hopes. In this manner to raise
enough money to redeem Its pledge to
the Temple Fund, or at least a share
of It. Such a purposo is certainly a
laudable one, as any movement aiming
to help out tho Temple Fund should re
ceive our united support. Thero are
two deserving causes to be served and
wo hope that cognizance will be taken
of this fact, and that tho crowd may be
in proportion to the excellent services
that tho band has rendered.
The baseball outlook is decidedly
good. Although some of tho veterans
are missed, theie is a sufficient num
ber of the old men hero to furnish ?
nucleus around which to build. In
practice a large number of new men
have been showing up well and some
have displayed unusual promise. The
leading candidates for the box nrj
men who have had lots of experience
and hnve made good records on some
of the strongest teams In the state, and
in this department the team will be
veiy strong. It will not be necessary
to take novices and break them in for
any position. If ever tho prospects for
a winning team here were unusually
good, now is that time, Judging from
the early season form that has been
Conservatory Students Render
Program in Chapel Tc night.
The Students of the Conservatory of
Music will give another recital in
Memorial hall this evening. All Uni
versity people should bear In mind the
successful and pleasing character of tho
former recitals that have been given
this year and make an effort to come
out. Following is the program!
Pian,o solo Sonata C minor, Op. 10,
No. 1, Beethoven, first and last move
ments; Pearl Fodrea.
Piano solo Serenade, Goblin dance,
Dvorak; Helen Dobson.
Contralto solo As tho Dawn, Can
tor; Good Night, Chadwlck; Anna
Piano solo Polonaise In C minor,
Chopin; Louise Creekpaum.
Piano solo Air dl Pergolese, trans,
by Joseffy; Ethel Durket.
Piano solo Krelslerlana, B flat, Op.
10, Schumann; Ethel Syfoid.
Soprano solo Delezla, Beethoven;
Mlnuelled, Brahms; Vera Upton.
Piano solo Man lebt nur olnnial,
valse, Strauss-Tauslg; Louise Walker.
Baritone solo Love's Surrender,
Shelley; Vision Fair. Massenet (from
Herodiade); Harry Bradford.
Piano solo Caprlccio Brillante, Men
delssohn; Edith Burllngarae.
Earl Woodward, M. D treats dis
eases .. the eye, ear nnd throat.
Rooms 207-08 Richards block, 'Phone
Special rate to students at Hendry's.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
$' When you feel the need of a top coat
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Chow '"Black Joe" for the Complexion.
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Sei u 10 gum wrappers for mammcth ' ataloKi.e of premiums given
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Homeseekers' Excursions. . .
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at ono fare plus $2.00. Return limit 21 days'. Tho points to
which they will bo sold are ns follows: All points in Indian and Okla
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