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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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C;c Daily Utbraskm
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' A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho NobraBkiin,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
FUbllshoel dally, oxcept Sunday and
Monday, nt tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb,, by tho Hesperian publish
Board of Directors.
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THE STUDENT THIEF.
Now that tho weather has become a
little chilly, nnd tho Htmlents nro get
ting out tholr overcoats, complaints
nro coming In Hint tho theft of over
coutq has begun. No wordB enn ex
preBH tho loathing ono must havo for
a student who will steal property bo
longing to unothor man. In tho enso
of ordinary thofts there may bo somo
extenuating circumstances, such as
' poverty, or thoro may be a lack of In
telligence sulllclont to enablo the
criminal to understand the chnunctor
of his act, but jn tho case of a man
who has received an education which
has presumably prepared him for en
trance Into a university, thoro can be
only one cause, moral degeneracy.
Each year this epidemic of thefts has
boon repeatod, with no soomlng varia
tion, and tho disappearance of so largo
an amount of property can account
for no othor stato bt affairs than that
a largo number of Unlvorslty students
nro In tho practloo of stealing what
evor thoy can lay hands on. In tho
caso(hnt any of theso miscreants ar,o
dotoctodjv summary measures should
bo taken wlh them, amTt3xpulslon
from tho Unlvorslty should not satisfy
On tho othor hand, hiany students
aro to be blamed for tho" negligent
mannen in which thoy loavo property
lying. arounU tho hallways or In class
rooms. It Is a very ordinary sight
theso cool mornings to see nlozen'
overcoats hund up on tho hooks In tho
lower hqllway of tho main building,
with tho owners no whoro In slghtyl
This Is culpable negllgonco on tho part
of tup. owners, and students should
henceforth bo more careful In seeing
tliat they do not ottcx any inducement
to tho njost contomptlblo of moh-r-tho
student snoak thief.
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The erection of tho much-talked-of,
long-lookod'for Tomplo Building has
been so long delayed that a great
many are in doubt as to whothorNwo
nro over going to have a Templo
JQuihllng. Other students again aro
laboring under tho mistaken Impres
sion that tho .Executive Building, now
iindor construction, Is tho Templo
Tho Tomplo Building will .ho erected
on tho vacant io.ts southeast of tho
Unlvorslty campus. Plans for It wpfo
'submitted by the-, architect, John Lo
touser ot Omaha, but woro rejected by
tho Tomplo- Commltteo 'because they
exceeded tho amount subscribd, $100,
000. Thoy are now being romodqled
to como within tho amount subscribed.
As soon as thoy are approved by tho
commltteo contracts will be let and
work commenced at once.
The following program will bo ren
dered at chnpel this morning:
Chas. Hagenow String Quartet and
Andanto Cantablle, Tschnlkowsky.
Vorspell (King Mnnfred), Relnecke.
Caprlccio Itallcn, Tschaikowsky.
Mr. Chis Hngenow..
Mr. Wm. Quick.
Mrs. Inn EnBlgn-Hagenow.
MIbs Lillian Elchc.
Mrs. Raymond at the organ.
Girl's Glee Club.
The Glee Club which Is tb bo formod
nmong tho girls of tho University will
bo selected during the next two weeks
In much tho same way as the major
organization has been chosen. All ap
plicants for positions are required to
fill out application blanks at the regis
trar's ofllce during the noxt few days,
and then a sorles of try-outs will be
conducted by Mrs. Raymond, who has
been the moving spirit of the plan.
As announced before, tho girls who
constitute tho club will bo given credit
for tho work they put in on it, and
will probably bo given a trip through
tho stuto If tho Annual Home Concert,
at which thoy aro expectod to assist,
turns out well financially.'
Mandolin Club Selected.
Tho mnndolln adjunct to tho Gleo
Club has been solocted after a long
series of try-outs conducted by Mr.
Nlles, who is to be tho leader. A
large number of men tried for places
on the club, and of those the following
have been selected:
Mandolins Leader Nlles, E. E.
Sprnguo, T. A. Schmldt.H. W. Post,
P. W. Motz, Ben Wood, X W. Early,
L. A. HigginB, V. B. Westgate, E. H.
Johnson, a G. Caughey, H. H. Brown.
Guitars C. D. Beghtol, R. A. War.
ron, J. W. Dorwart, Bard Smith, A. H.
Mayor, J. D. Walker.
Violins Edwin Davis, C. B. Duel-.
Viola E. C. Beach.
Flutes C. L. Moyor, E. L. Davis;
'Cello D. E. Winchester.
(Continued from page 1.)
his foot, and when tho game ended
they oil remained In their seats and
gave yells for Michigan and then for
Vanderbllt. On tho whole, It was tho
best exhibition of fnirness I hn,vo over
Captain Borg then told tho'students
that tho team wasn't going to' Ann
Arbor to lose or to quit, and that the
fact that 4ho Btudents were bqhlnd tho
men would help them wonderfully.
Dr. Bolton thon tried to adjourn tho
meeting, as It was after tho hour, but
he was drowned out by cheers nnd
yells until ho was forced to glo in
nnd let Benedict answer tho calls for
him. Hojmid that e knew they wero
going to bent Michigan nud Minnesota.
After him Cotton, Johnson, Wilson,
Morse and Eager all had to comp to
tho front, and say a few words to tho
effect that thoy wero going to win tho
game, and then tho team filed out of
tho hall while the rooters stood up
and gave a final cheer that pujt all
Its predecessors to shame-.
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