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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1905)
(Ebe B a 1 1 p Webraefian
C;c Dafy Htbraskan
A con sol I tint I on of
Tho Hwporlnn, Vol. Bl.Tho NbrfiHknn, Vol, 10
Sonrlot nnd Crnmn, Vol. 4.
Publiflhwl dully, oxoopt Bunilny nnd Mondny,
.it tbo Unlvnndty of Nobriwlm, Lincoln, Nob.
by tho Hmpnrian PubltahlnK Co .,
UoAnD Or UmKOTOiifl
ProfiwHont J. I. Wyor, nnd C. R. niclmrdw:
II. P. Letivltt
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H. O. Myon
Frod A. Swooloy
D. P. DnYounR
A. Q. Sohroitwr
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Editorial RoomH nnd BiihIiioh Offlco U 2tl
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Sulworiptlon Price. $2 pur yenr, in ndvnnco
Kntorod ut tho postoftVo at Lincoln, Nob ,
oh Hiond-ohwH mull iimttor undor tho net of
conRroxH of Mnrch n, 1870.
DEPARTMENT OF AMERICAN HIS
TORY. Tho followltrg- courses In American
History are open To students who wish
to hogln wiork In history tho second se
nioster: Course 2 Reciting M. W. F. In two
divisions, ono at 9, the other at 4.
Course 18 At 3 on M. W. F.
Course 14 At 10 on T. and Th.
Course 10 At 9 on T. and
permission of instructor.
Course 20 At 4 on T.
Course 44 At 2 on T. Th
sion of Instructor.
Course 18 At 5 on Th.
and city teachers.
Individual noticiw will lo cliiirRcd for it the
ri nt in punt for ono H liiHortion. i' acuity
dopurtniontnl nnd univorHlty bullotliiH
Rbully bo publlHhod f roo, oh luirotoforo.
llntoKK wo aro notified to llnroiitlnuo
tho pupor for tlio hocoiiiI nomoHtor, wo
will oontlnno to nont It to nil proiiont
HUbnoribern (luring tho rout of tho nchool
your. HutmnrlhorH nro oiriioHtly roquontod
to co-oporiito with iih In till iimttor, mid
IT tho pupor lfl mt ilonlruil for tho noxt
(trmoHtor, to kindly notify tho iimimgo
inont. Tolopliono Auto 1528; iiIrIiI
phono, Auto JJHOB. onire, I'nl. Hull.
Kooiit ttIO, hocoikI Moor.
At the same hour today for perhaps
tho first time in tho history of the Un
herslty, the four undergraduate classes
and tho graduate students will be assembled-
to enact measures looking to
the same end. A question involving
the welfare of tho University is to be
considered, and it behooves us to con
sider woll and carefully. Sincerity di
rected rightly should characterize these
meotlngs. Both sides of tho question
should be heard. There are somo who
aro not In favor of adopting the honor
system saying that it Is not right for
ono student to toll, to "peach" on an
other. Actuated by this false pride
they are still opposed to placing the
University student body upon Its hon
or, If this honor has to bo maintained
by the, to them questionable, method
of tolling. But this method Is not
questionable. By giving evidence
which loads to tho aprohenslon of any
cheating or "cribbing" a great good Is.
dono to tho student guilty, as woll as
to tho student body. It stops tho one
In his erring course and, though It may
bo thru drastic measures, tho right
courso Is mado clear. It rids tho stu
dent body of just this much wrong,
which otherwise would havo been fos
tered and encouragod by Bllonco.
Tho whole question Is whether wo
shall do what Is right" bocauso it Is
right, or because wo are compelled to.
Shall It bo pollco duty or tho honor
syatom. ' There Is but ono reply and
this reply will bo given unanimously
by every class assembled today.
EXPLANATORY NOTES AS TO ED
UCATION 8, 10, 20.
Education 8. Psychology applied to
education. As a prerequisite students
must have had work In psychology.
Tho course offers a practical study of
educational processes and problems
from tho point of vfew of psychology.
In this connection it emphasizes and
makes practical applications of great
principles of teaching calculated to
give the teacher guidance and assur
ance In working out details of courses
and methods. 2 hours.
Education 10. The high school. A
larger part of the courso than usual
will be devoted to tho American high
school Its history and present status.
A study will bo made of aims, courses,
methods, government, and of special
high school problems of today. Each
year students of the course have been
brought into practical touch with the
city high school and other secondary
schools. This feature will bo promi
nent this year. Members of the courso
can see high school pupils at work,
consult the teachers, and study the
general management of the school. The
present principal has generously given
Ills time to students of the course and
has talked freely with them as to high
school aims. Similar courtesies have
been shown by the authorities of other
secondary schools. Equal opportuni
ties may bo expected this year. 1 or 2
Education 20. Tho Sunday school.
(I) A study of the pedagogy of the
gospels as a basis. (2) Applications to
the Sunday school (one of tho most
prominent topics in recent educational
discussion). A study will ho made of
Sunday school organization, manage
ment, lesson series, and methods. Sun
day schools of this vicinity will be is
ited. Students will bo brought Into
touch with the notable books and ar
ticles on tho Sunday school whUh have
appeared in tho last year or two. There
will bo lectures, discussions, etc
1 hour. A second hour may bo taken
by giving notice to tho instructor.
Information as to these courses and
other second-semester courses can bo
obtained at the office, IT 210.
The P. D. Smith Coal Co. and Tidball-Marsh Co.
Carry the fce t grad s
Amo whl h yo
MONARCH at $6.50, ROCK SPRINGS nnd
WYOMING LUMP at $8.50 and the best Colo
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coal the best money can buy.
Office, 1 MO O Street; Phones, Bell 793, Auto. 3370
Yard, 6th and N Streets; Phones, Bell 329, Auto. 3329
Yard, 20th and N; Bell Phone 362
For something artistic and
up-to-date try our Platinums
Rates for Students
1029 O STREET
KADIS, The Tailor
Sqils Made to Ordor $15 and up.
(.'limning DyoiiiK nnd Preming Our Hpocialty
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First Class Service Guaranteed ut nil
Receptions, Parties, Colatinns
anl Banquets For iufor
mation ring up
1218 0 Street Autophone 2349
You should have a Phonograph in
your home. Let us sell you one on
Skates ground by electricity Bicy
cle repairing. Athletic goods.
FACE TUB QUESTION SQUARELY.
Many a life has been thrown away
because of a failure to take up the
work for which it was especially fitted
This may result either from not know
ing the particulars in regard to the
various fields or fiom a deliberate
choice to disregard the promptings of
one's honest convictions. It is not ex
pected that all Christian student
should become foreign missionaries,
but certainly not ono can conscien
tiously take up his or her life -work
without giving this question fair con
sideration. If you havo not yet done
this you may ,bo greatly helped by
consulting Miss Ruth Rouse when she
visits tho University Jan. 28-30.
DOLLARS FOR NICKELS
FRED A. POWELL
Oliver Theatre Big., 135 N 13th Street
Girard Cycle C'mpy
J304 O Street
EVERY SUCCESS HAS ITS OWN COAL
i I. .. .. . i
Mr. H. W. Crabtreo, formerly inspec
tor of Accredited Schools of tho Uni
versity, now presldont of the Peru Nor
mal school, is a campus visitor.
The teacher was giving a" talk on
government. She began -with a few re
marks on tho offlco of president, and
to further Interest the children asked
tho little boys If they would like to bo
president of tho united States. All in
tho affirmative to raise their hands.
Up wont tho hands of all save one
small urchin with red hair. Instead of
elevating his fist, he bored It Into his
eyos and wept violently. The teachor
was much concerned and pressed to
know his trouble "Wouldn't you like
to bo president?" she asked. "I can't;
I'm a democrat," came tho heart
Look for Tills Sign
The Forest club meets on Jan. 21,
1905, in U 102 at 8 t. m. Prof. F. O.
Miller will talk on .the subject, "Somo
Notes on tho Forest Congress."
Prof. Miller attended the Forest Con
gress hold in Washington, D. C, from
Jan. 2G, and his report of this meeting,
which ho will glvo as above, will bo of
Interest to all. Everybody Is invited...
We have been very successful In
catering to weddings and parties
where something EXTRA FINE
la wanted. Why can't we furnish
you with you Groceries (or all
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