Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1904)
TTbe Dailp fleb tagRan
C&e Dally Tlebraskan.
ff p- ' - i iM
A. oonnolldntlon of
t Maaparian, Vol. 01, The Nebraakaa, ToL U,
Bcarlo Mid Cream, VoL 4.
61tor-4A-Chitf John D. Itloa
ataatsaaa Manafar . Q. Bohralbor
OUotLlator .... O. JL. BtLWJCT
Newt . - P. A. Ewlnic
Athletic ' - - J- W. Hoar
Literary - Dorothy Grtn
Reporteri D. P. De Young and Mablt Fowler
That the ic Is a dirfeienee between tlK
chm after of tlie American and that ot
the English student will probably be
admitted by any one who has had to
deal with both "
and Raymond H. McCaw.
ftftoaat EdttoHal, V W3H Bnatneu, U 11&.
Foa Ofloa, Box U, Station A, Lincoln.
ubaorlpMon Prloa, ft par jear. In advaxoa.
aatiad at ttio poatoflloo at Ltnoola, Nabraaka
aa aeaond-olasa mall matter.
The end of the year is approaching
and we find it neceHsary to ask those
who have net paid their subscriptions
to attend to the matter at once We
must use urgency in making this re
quest. a the money will be needed in
making our ledger balance. Money will
be received at cither our otllce or at
Third in Season Rendered Last
Evening by Cora Herrick.
: :-::--::;--:- j-a;-t--;-a-: j-2-- :-;:--
f THAT GOES WITH
The Annual May Outing srpnh to be
a mm h bpttcr sounding nam than
Senior Sneak Day. and the appropri
ateness of such a change is apparent
It Is well that the Senior should de
pait in se ret when they go an e.-(iirs-lon.
but they ned not have be
hind any undignified impression as to
their mantur of uolng The ver term
"Sneak Day" has detened members of
the taiult from giving assent to stu
dents hkipping elasHs to go on th
annual eiursion, and by (.hanging the
name the objections of many can be
overcome. If a little mote dignity is
lent to the occasion it will probably
find its way into the calendar as a leg
ular holiday, offlcialh recognized by
I'nlveislty authorities Fuch a thing
would be an advantage to the Seniors,
so bv all means let the occasion here-
n-i.. r.i i. .. I ., . .1 .... i I .,,.- . ., It n 1 ft 'ii. '
. ndned in Memorial imii iat evening Sold Only by Harley Drug Co., 11th and O Street.
by Miss Cor-i Heirick ' . -- . ,
Sonata. Op -'il. No .!. Allpgi ).
Sihtr.o, Menutlto, Pre Mo urn fuoeo.
I2tti(le. Op 10. No .'.. Chopin: Two
Preludes, F minoi. F sharp major. C'io
pin 1 eggiero, Op 2". Finding
Intermezzo. Op sf. Mrahnis
Interme.7X), Op it. No .1. Stianss
Concerto. I' minor. No .(-""Allegro
rlsoluto. Andant" traneiuillo. Allegio
H( . Sc huett
Orchestral paits on second piano
The fourth of the scries ot giaduai
Ing recitals will occur in Memoiial
hall tomorrow evening, when the fol
lowing program will be given b Miss
Prelude and Fugue, D major. Hat h
, Capilce (Alceste). C.luck-St Saens
Impromptu. F sharp. Chopin.
Wkgenlied. Op 41. Crleu
Alhgro molto. from Op 3. Strauss
Etue'e, I minoi . Liszt
Concerto. A minor -Allegro Modei
Oichestral paits on second piano
Law Student Obliged to Leave.
known as the Annual Ma)
Views derogatoiy to the general in
tent and purposi ot the Rhodes schol
aiship behest hae not been plentiful,
and such a iew coming horn Piofrs
sor Cioldwin Smith, a prominent Eng
lish authoiltj is decidedly interesting
In discussing the matter Professor
Smith says in a recent issue of th"
"I nuiht confess that my opinion of
Mr Rhodes, and of the effect of his
doing on the honor of my country, are
not such as to make me greatly re
,iolce In seeing my university Welcome
his largess and make itseir a monu
ment of his fame. Resides, the main
object of the scheme Is apparently po
litical; and it is not very pleasant to
se education made the ehlde of
political piopogandism of any kind.
However, settinu that aside. I can not
help rather wishing that Mr Rhodes
had snTlplj given his money to the
university, which happens to be now
lather In sore need of benefactions,
Hjltlsh millionaires not being so boun
tiful to universities as are their com
peers In the United States. I fail to
s-eo what object there Is in sending an
American youth of promise to complete
his education in England Instead of
completing it c his own co.mtry The
leading universities of the United
States I believe to be now fully on i
par with those of England probably
those of any country in Europe. The
American universitltes. thanks to tha
increasing liberaHtiea of benefactors,
are drawing to them some of the best
European teachers. There is no very
apparent advantage, in estranging a
young man from his country and im
buing him with Ideas and aspirations
different from .those of the people
among whom his life will be spent.
The following article in the Omaha
World-He raid, will piove ol interest to
the t'lieiids or the joung man on
( "rne (1
"Will Coijell. a graduate of the Oma
ha high school two cais ago. and a
student at the State l'nieisil I aw
school, has broken down in health fiom
oveiwork. and is s.iffeiing a sc en
attack ot biain feei Young Coryell
has been undci taking c onsiclerable
woik tor an eastern publishing house,
and lias been celling books in addition
to the woik ot the law sc hool He wen'
to Ciiand Island a lew clays ago to (k
lhei some books and woik up Mini"
nc w business theie, when he was seized
with a wild attack of delenum. and
his mother. Mis 11 H Coivell. was
immediately sent for.
"Coryell's room mate stated that he
had been troubled with insomnia, do
ing a great deal of writing late at
night, and in the early morning when
sleep would not come to him The ph-
ticiaus regaided his case as s-eiious and
he was immediateU ic moved to St
Francis hospital Mis Corjell, who
was in the midst of moving tiom I) 'li
ver to Omaha, brought him with htr
to this city, and will have him at the
old home as soon as possible
"Will Corys.ll was captain ol his ca
det compuii at the High school and
was one ot the most "pTipular Omaha
Los during his residence lure He had
been out we.ct and in Denver sine hi-,
graduation from the High dchool. and
last January entered the law school
at the State University"
Fiac Picture Fraiuiag
2 .yO .
. Sl(S fi-T-?l-
; ; -a-I-a-J' ;-a-I-I- ;- 'I' !-
Waterman Fountain 'Pen
1200 O Street.
SQphomore Program at Chapel
The Sophomores gave th ir program
at cha;ul yesterday morning, with
Piesident Smith in the chair. The dn
vctional exercises were led by .1. C
Moor?, and some good music sel:ction
together with a reading, were given
by other mcmbeis of the cla-.i
The time expired betoie they had
time to, complete their program, but
what was rendered was ceitainly ap
preciated Following is the program as rend
ered: Instrumental solo . Helen Dolson
Reading f;( e Rope-i
Vocal solo I larry Wharton
Seniois who want duplb-at" pictures
from lu.-.t year's negatives cai get them
at the rate quoted. Townsend.
Please help tjie poor. Buy . your
cigars and tobacco of Frank DuTeil,
1020 0 St.
Cafe for strawberry
Wlriclfa Trunk & Bag Store, 103G O.
Wc keep In Mock everything In gro
cenes and meats fiom the eluapest
that's good to the best that money can
buj. and retain our leading psition
onl tffiiougli the supeiior merits of
ur goods and low piiie.-..
'I'lioiu's -714, 775. Auto , IC44
7. J. THORr, COMPANY
All Kind of RpJrtng
308 Sefglth StrdiL
Hvriy day from June 1st to September
acqi. Inelusive, with final return
limit October 31st, 15)04.
Uo sine your ticket rendu nvor th lino .
E .B.SLOSSON -m
and Paint Co.
12th nnd M Sta., Lfncoln, NebrnsKn
'V -i fc..
Powered by Open ONI