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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1904)
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Nrw - - - P. A. Ewtng
Atkictlc ' - - J. W. Hoar
Lltry - Dorothy Green
RcpofUri D. P. Dt Young and Mblt Fouler
and Raymond H. McCaw.
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wl M tha poatofflLoa at Llnoola, If afcraata
h eoond-olau mall matter.
Tho baseball men have departed on
their eastern trip, with tho determina
tion of making It tho most successful
over mado by a Nobraska team. They
are all In fine condition, and have
shown up In a manner that gives us all
confidence n their chances. The team
1b well balanced, rind whatever weak
nesses thero may bo we hopo to see
remedied with practice. It has been
a long time since a baseball team has
gono forth on a tour from hero In Buch
high spirits as they have displayed
While wo realize that they have some
hard games beforo them and the Mn
conveiilenceB of travel to put up with,
wo are sure that they will earn them
Hehes credit and wo desire to see them
return in as high spirits as when they
The Dally Nebraskan contained an
(ditorial the other duy regarding the
wholesale furnishing of orutionsby
regular publishing companies. It
seems strange that there should be
(ompanles In existence who nre able
to sell ready-made orations. Some
men must patronlo them. They must
Ilnd purchastrs or else they would not
exist. Tho Weekly has Its opinion of
tho man who will enter an oratorical
contest with ono of these "ciiBtom
mado" speoche8, and if tho evidence
was not so Btrong, it would be hard to
bellovo that a college-trained man
would be guilty of such aotion. It
takes some norvo to steal, but It takes
tho double-distilled article to deliver
another man'B oration for one's own.
K. U. Weekly.
The student reporter has recently
been brought up for discussion by a
number of standard periodicals, and
tho impressions given concerning him
are not altogether complimentary. The
Bookman Is of the opinion that tho
student reporter Is becoming a decided
nuisance. Soino of these young men.
It holds, are self-respecting, accurate,
and honorable, and are too loyal each
to his own alma mater to spread abroad
false news such as 1b likely to bring
his institution into diBiepute. But at
man yplaces tho case is unfortunately
different, as many of the youths for
iho sako of tho pay they receive, which
is in proportion to the sensation they
.create, wllj distort and represent al
most anything, from tho utterance of
the professors to the policy and von
duct of tho institution as a whole. A&
a result, all sorts of silly, malicious
and blackguardly stories get into
print and are widely circulated, to tho
detriment and sometimes the dishonors
of the universities that foster and edu
cate them. This criticism is mado In
regard to the class as a whole, 'and ap
plies to the students who correspond
for outside papers.
This s hardly a case where, .e
whole class is mado to Buffer for the
offenses of a few, as the fault Is quite
widely distributed. Here at our own
university InBtanceB have occurred in
which Btudent correspondents for out
side papers have been guilty of send
ing out false and exaggerated reports
that have worked injury to the insti
tution. The criticism made by the
Bookman scms just and fair, and wo
regret that such conditions do prevail
In many of our colleges as are com
mented upon, and whatever Is said in
condemnation of the class of student
correspondents as a whole is Justly deserved.
DR. WARD TO SPEAK.
Will Address Men's Meeting To
The address by Dr. Ward at the
men's meeting tomorrow ought to
arouse the interest of every man in
the University. Being one of the most
honored and respected members of our
faculty and ono who stands for all that
h good in unlvorslty life. Dr Ward
should have a large audience of men
to hear him on this most vital topic,
"Thought and Action."
There are many scientific and
scholarly men who, while they may
have a deep Interest In young men,
yet fail to make It known. We believe
tnat we have a faculty whose only
ambition is to make it possible that
the students may develop not only In
scholarship and intellectual ability,
but also in character. Dr. Ward has
shown his ambition In this respect to a
marked degree. He has always been
interested In whatever has been under
taken for the benefit of the students of
this university. This interest has been
especially shown in his connection with
the Y. M C A. He has always been
ready and willing to assist the work
In many ways, too numerous to men
tion Not only has he shown an ac
the Interest In young men in the uni
versity, but also in the work among
young men throughout the state. He
has filled Important positions in the
state association and until recently was
Dr. Ward Is an extremely busy man,
and tho address which he is to give
tomoriow has cost him a considerable
sacrifice of his time as wo would say
from a certain point of view. But
from his point of view, we may be
assured ho does ndt regard It "so. He
will address the men tomorrow because
he Is deeply Interested In them and
desires to do themthe-ihost good pos
sible. It Is thereiore no more than
right to expect that every man, not
necessarily from a sense of duty, but
from a sense of privilege, Bhould be
present to derive all tho benefit pos
sible from this meeting.
It will begin promptly at 3 o. m. and
will close promptly at 4 p. m. After
the meeting a rousing song service
aruond the piano at the Y. W. C. A.
rooms will be hold for all who desire
to spend a half hour In this way. It
will bo enjjjely informal. Every one
is invited whether ho can sing or not.
Devotional Exercises, B. Q. Lewis.
Vocal Solo "Oh, That We Two Were
Maying," Mabel Stephen.
Reading, Mildred Clark.
Piano Solo "Scherzo," Chopin; Hen
Vocal Solo "Thy Sentinel am I, '
Bradford; T. WatBon.
Reading "Weo Macgroegor," May
The senior girls will wear caps and
gowns and a full attendance of the
cJasB Is expected.
Dr. Condra leaves for Forest City,
Mo., where he will deliver the address
at the high school commencement.
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