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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1905)
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A oonnolldntlon of
The Hypericin, Vol 31, Tho NebriiBknn.
Vol. 10, Hcnrlet and Croiirn, Vol, 4.
Publtnhrd dnlly. except Sunday and
Monday, at tlio University of Ncbninkn,
Lincoln, Nl., by tho )Iupcrlnn Publish
Board of Directors
lj7 V. riper C. R. nicliardB
H. P. Lcaltt
John Wcstovcr K. II. Walton,
that Is, an Interlinear translation, In
preparing a lesson?
If your accidentally saw j)n your
negllibor's examination pqpef one
point which would enable you to
solve n whole problem, would you
Would you allow n person to have
an ungrounded good opinion of you?
Which Is less dishonorable, to cheat
openlj or sercetly? Ex.
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Circulator - - -
- - Fred A. Sweeley
. - A. O. Rchrelbcr
- - Fied Naujjhton
- - - A. M. Levy
Walter K. Standeven
Athletic H. A. Van OrBdcl
ABBlstant Athletic - - - II. I.. Swan
NewB H. G. Myers
Kdltorlal HooniB and HusImobb office U 21 Vi
Pout Ofllce Station A. Lincoln. Neb.
Tfjere are Many Imitations of
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone - - Automatic 2365
Subbcrlptlon 1 Ice, $2 per yeai In advance
Kntered at tho poHtolMco at Lincoln.
Neb , an seoond-cluHH mall matter under
the act of connreHM of March .1, IST'J.
Individual notlceH will be charged for
at the rato of 10 centH for each InHertlon.
Faculty departmental and university bull
etins will Kbully bo published free, as
Q Notices and subscriptions may o
Q be left at the Dally NebraBkan 8
V office, or at the Co-Op. Book Q
Q Store. Q
Notices and e
be left at the Dally NebraBkan
office, or at the Co-Op. Book
Wtlh today's election of the Inno
cents, new men will enter the places,
which have been so faithfully filled
lij the Innocents of 1904-05. The men
who aro chosen each year as Inno
cents have much to do with student
affairs and are really in charge of all
student enterprises. In the selec
tion or men of 1905-06 some of the
most prominent men In school were
chosen. That these men will have
the support of the student body Is,
without a doubt, true.
While everybody, nearly, was en
gaged In approving Mr. Carnegie's gift
of $10,000,000 to pension retired pro
fessors, along came the brilliant his
torian, John Bach McMaster, with
observations such as these: "Jn the
first place, I do not believe In pension
systems In general, and I am especial
ly opposed to them In the teaching
profession. ...... I believe that in
this and in all professions, as in busi
ness, each man should stand on his
own basis, and on that alone.
We have Carnege libraries and Carne
gie heroes; now we are to have Carne
gie professors. 1 do not like it." There
you have straightout American Indi
vidualism In the extremes! form.
Old age pensions as a general sys
tem are In full force in Germany, the
movement for them Is serious In Eng
land, ami nnjny persons, including all
those of socialistic tendency, approve
of them in America. Without com
mitting ourselves on the whole sub
ject, but, like the Supreme Court, con
fining our opinions to the case at is"
sue, we take sides in Mr. Carnegie's
favor. Teachers are not paid In ac
cordance with their knowledge and
abllit), the public is deeply affected
b the quality of their work, and it is
well to have a painless method of re
lieving those whose use is ended.
Moreover, when concentration is such
a danger, Mr. Carnegie's theory about
the dissipation of great fortunes Is to
be encouraged. Collier's, May Li.
"Honor Test" to Be Applied.
An "honor test" Is being applied at
the University of Chicago. Professor
Tugts, Dean of the Senior College, re
cently submitted a series of questions
to ills class to assist him In forming
The Latin Club meets this evening
at S o'clock at the Women's Building,
A very entertaining program has been
arranged. Prof. Barber will give a
talk on the recent classical conference
at Chicago. Miss McEachron will
read a paper on Roman games and
Mr. Marsh will review the new maga
zine articles of lntcuast to Latin stu
dents. As this is the lest meeting of
the j ear, a full attendance Is desired.
Don't be misled by them !
Our trade-mark is on every
package of genuine goods.
Unler the decisions of several
United States Courts, no
other chocolate or cocoa than
Walter Baker f Co.'s is en-
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titled to be sold as "Baker's
Look f tbbTudcMuk Cocoa' or "Baker's Chocolate
Our handsomely illustrated recipe book
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
Established J 780 Dorchester, Massachusetts
45 Highest Awards in Europe and America
This is a Quality
Drug Store with the
emphasis on 'quality'
RIGGS, Drug Cutter
1321 O Street.
an idead of the moral standards of the
student body of the University. The
answers will bo used by the faculty
in determining whether tho "Honor
System" shall bo adopted at the Mid
The question submitted by Profes
sor Tufts aro us follows:
Is U wrong to tell n credulous girl
harmless but untrue stories? Why?
Would you purposely avoid, in
class or in examination, n girl who
you thought would cheat in order
not to have. Jo report her?
If tho conductor neglected to take
your fare would you keep the money?
Would you tell your teacher before
hand that your lesson was not pre
pared or run the risk of being called
on? If only partly prepared would
you "bluff" if called on?
Would you take another's plot In
developing n supposedly original
Would. you, exaggerate to add inter
est to conversaton or tell 'white lies"
to save people's feelings?
Js it honorable to , use a "pony,"
The donation of $1,000 a year for
five years recently made by ex-Regent
Morrill to be used for geological work
In the state has made it possible for
the Department of Geology to begin
to collect specimens from over the
state to store awux and keep in the
Museum. For. severol years the state
has been drained of some of the finest
specimens -"by collectors from other
states of the Union and the- State
Geologist has boon compelled to allow
the Nebraska addition to remain with
out many additions because of a lack
fuuds with which to collect the speci
mens and a lack of adequate store
room for preserving -the specimens
Those students who are intending to
wait, to buy The Sombrero with tho
expectation of getting It for 15 or 20
cents will be seriously disappointed
this year. The managers have an
nounced that the annual will be on sale
Thursday and Friday of this week In
the halls of the principle buildings of
the University and will in all prob
ability be taken off sale next week.
The book stores are under contract to
sell the book at the regular price, $1 50,
and no Sombrero will be sold for less
than that amount this year.
XSX SS? &
The Sophomoro class will have
charge of the Convocation program
tomorrow. Just what the nature of
their program Ja to be cannot be learn
ed. Whatever may bo tho program
it is concealed under the somewhat
va.gue title of "A Light in tho Dark."
Those who are next, however, promise
that those who attend Convocation to
morrow will not waste their time.
GREEN'S BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
Palace, 109 No. 11th Street
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab and bag
gago service, 1125-31 P street. Bell
phone. 550. Auto phone 1550.
Found A bunch of keys. Four keys
on the ring. Owner may have same
by calling at Nebraskan office.
Chapln Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
With the quality atyle and
prices of the work doae toy the
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