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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1905)
G b e E) a i I e Hebraeftan
Chi Daily Dtbraskan
A coiiRolklntlon of
Tho HcRporlnn, Vol. 01, Tlio Nelirnslcnn, Vol, 10
Scnrlot nnd Cronm, Vol. 4.
PuliUnlied dnlly, oxcopt Bundn y nnd Monday,
.it tlio Unlvorslty of Nebrnskn, Lincoln, Nob.
by tlio Hesperian Publishing Co ,
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Entered at tho postoflloo at Lincoln, Nob.,
as Bocond-clasa mall matter under tho act of
oongrcsa of March 8, 1870.
Individual notices will bo charged for at Uio
rifto of 10 cents for oaoh insertion. Faculty,
departmental and university A bulletins will
gladly bo published free, aa heretofore.
NoticoB and subscriptions may
bo loft at tho Dally Nebraskan
office, or at tho Co-Op. Book
The odltoiial office of the Dnlly No
lirnsknn has been moved from the west
end of the second floor of U hall to
the east end, the west end being de
wted exclusively to the business de
uattment. Contributions flnancalj will
bi tecelved at both offices, litciary a
(lie east office only.
The extra tax for the prhilegc oi
"Htngglng It" at the band Infoimal Sat
in day night proved more effective than
was anticipated. The money (onsid
e:ntion, in Itself, bad very little to do
with the result, but the unwelcome
"stag," finding that his presence has
become so obnoxious as to cause the
management to expiess dislike of him
and his kind by giving him a special
rate of admission, very wisely conclud
ed to do his "stagglng" elsewhere.
That this special tax .scheme is feasi
ble those In charge of tho band Infor
mal have clearly shown. A plan which
v orksd so beautifully at the first trial
should bo given a second just to prove
its real worth. At tho next social func
tion a similar opportunity ought to be
given tho "stag" to make himself con
spicuous In the only accoptable man-
ner by his absence.
Tho dehato hold by the Students' Dc
"bating club Saturday night is caus
ing no little after-talk, and tho amount
of discussion it has raised has made
some of the doubting Thomases ex
press themselves as skeptical of the
.good of uuch a contest. The idea as
at first conceived, was to debate the
military question merely as a weekly
forensic contest by the club, but the
outside Interest tho publication of the
question immediately awakened caus
ed those in charge to make more ex
tensive preparations, and throw the
debate open to tho University public
generally. Thd question was stated
faiily, the speakers on both sides wore
fair minded and spoke as fairly as men
could speak for or against an insti
tution which 1ms personally affected
them. Somo of the arguments and
opinions expressed were not exactly fa
vorable nor complimentary to the mil
itary. Some of tho remarks were de
cidedly In favor of the present drill
sjstem. The attitude of the students
in general was clearly indicated by the
enthiisiaBnyfwIth. which somo of the
re-marks against drill were received.
But from an unprejudiced point of
vilAv the supporters of tho present
regime had the better"of. their oppon
ents, and had a decision been rendered
the contest would probably have gone
in favor of the military department.
The additional evidence of public sen
timent can have little effect on the
present condition of affairs, as has
been shown in the past. The open dis
cussion in a fair, straightforward man
ner, of such a question as that debat
ed Saturday evening can hardly have
any regrettable results.
The example set by the girls In
forming a' tennis club should act "as'
a spur to the men. For some time
past the tennis association has been
only an indifferent success and beyond
a local tournament or two nothing in
tho tennis line has been done. That
there are men in school who can play
tennis has been - demonstrated in
matches held elsewhere and steps
should be taken in the near future to
start this season right. Already neigh
boring institutions are looking to Ne
biaska for tennis matches and it is
up to us to meet them tis well on the
courts as we have in every other
branch of college athletics.
Tho first serious effort by the Glee
club is past but this does not mean
that the club's work is over for the
season. After training hard for a cer
tain event a sort of relaxation is sure
to follow and from this letting down it
Is hard to pick up the old vigor. But
there is a lot of hard work to be done
yet by the club. The trip through the
fctate, comprising seven or eight con
ceits, is yet to come and it is for the
club, as a University organization, to
represent the University In the light
A seiles of good conceits will mean
a great deal to us, and a series of poor
(oncerts will mean just as much In
another way. Good faithful work must
be given by every member of the club
fiom now on.
The girls are flist this year to or
ganize a tennis club, and they have
taken the proper measures in securing
a (ourt of their own. Heretofore, while
they were never ruled off the men's
courts, yet the crowded condition made
it practically impossible for them to
get an opportunity to do much play
ing. With grounds of their own, which
will be enlarged should sufficient In
terest be taken, the girls' tennis ought
to bo on a flimer foundation this spring
than ever before. There is good mate
rial among the girls In the University
and matches with other schools will
doubtless be arranged If there is
enough Interest shown to warrant
That tho way of the sluffer is hard
most of that class of students in the
University of Nebraska are. coming to
ltalize. The Registrar's office is con
stantly looking up these students and
making It known to them that their
presence iiTThe University Is no longer
desirable. Tho following notice is now
being sent out by the Registrar's of
fice to tho instructors with reference
to certain students:
"This Is to notify you Unit
has been given permission to withdraw
from tho University on account of his
inability to satisfactorily carry the
work for which he was registered.
Please note accordingly on your class
rolls. Yours respectfully,
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