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A U8ELE88 FIGHT.
Tho usolossnGsa of tho agltutionl
that culmlnatotl in tlio combined
mooting of tho Senior and J union
classos yostorday morning appealB to
us very strongly. Wo are wholly un
ablo to soo whoro any possible good
to tho University of-NobraBka can bo
forthcoming and wo do believe that
infjhlto harm will bo done If tho mat
tor Is not dropped at once.
Tho basis of tho troublo as wo un
der8tnnd It Is two-fold. In tho first
placo somo students, and possibly tho
majority, rosont tho action of the
Chnncollor and tho Board of Regents
In passing tho regulative rulo concern
ing tho segregation of students In tho
rooming houses thruout Lincoln,
claiming that there is a clear Imputa
tion of general moral laxity among
tho studontB In such a rulo. Theso
Are not wore as an ornament, but they need not be the reverse.
The skilled worker takes into consideration the size and shape
of tho wearer's face, and reduces the objectionable features
to a minimum. Perfect fitting glasses cost no more than ill
HALLETT, Jeweler and Optician
1143 O STREET EYes examined free
studonts further maintain that the
oxocutlvo officers' of tho University
havo no right to regulate private and
entirely oxtra-Unlvorslty affairs of tho
students of our institution.
Tho second cause, and the ono that
has probably brought tho whole mat-
tor to a focus, Is tho recent action
of tho Chancollor in Bummarily threat-
onlng to expel certain studonts who
aro not abiding by -tho, regulations re
ferred to above.
Wo maintain that neither of tho
above causes, nor both togother, aro
sufficient cause for tho pronounced
stand tho two upper classos hayo
taken. By their action tho Juniors
nnd Seniors havo Invited tho attention
of the pross thruout tlio country to a
situation that will easily, lend itself
. to exaggeration and gross misrepre
sentation. Nebraska will bo denounced
as a stronghold of immorality and will
suffer a "black eyo" that may hurt
lierfor years to como.
,As to tho justice of tho regulation,
wo havo llttlocommont. It Is a mat
tor of personal opinion and1 each- side
Bhbws Btrong argumonts to back Its
contention. It has been adopted by
tho Chancollor and tho Hegonts after
supposedly careful consideration and '
provlous oxporlonco with these gentle
men convinces us that tho opinion of
tho student body, oven as a unit, would
movo them not a whit.
Moro than this, If tho Chancollor
oxpcls a student for a breach of tho
recognized regulations of tho Univer
sity, ho has tho authority of tho state
behind him and his right can be ques
tioned only thru tho courts. Call him
autocratic If you will; denounce his
actlonB as tyrannical if you please.
You must, nevertheless, admit that his
position gives him tho right to act as.
ho does. And besides this, as was
aald at tho mass mooting yesterday,
tho student body has voluntarily con
sented to abide by tho regulation ro
fered to by tho moro act of registra
tion, and In so doing agrees to accept
whntovor punishment may be In store
for tho violation of tho rulo.
Absolutely nothing can bo gained
by a continuation of tho present agi
tation nnd wo sincerely hope that tho
matter may be allowed to drop, onco
and for all.
Tho following now books havo been
rocolved at -Clio Library during tho
Donnlor and Layons Flore com
plete de la Franco.
Campbell, D. IL Evolution of
Carter, J. B Religion of Numa and
other essays ontho religion of anclont
Carvor, T. N. Sociology and social
Eisloy, R Wllhelm Wundt's philos
ophic and psychologic.
Gemot, C. von Xylologlsche stu
dlen. - O 00"00'00'0
Ooobol, K. Organography of plants.
2 vols. -
Graves, H. S. Forest mensuration.
Great , Britain Master of tho rolls,
calendar of tho proceedings of the
committee for tho advance of money,
1G42-56. 3 vols.
Ilartwlg, J. Ulustrlstes gcholzbuch.
T-nibmf .Tnnrnnl Vnla 1 l
1-Iuffor, F. M. Tho fifth queen.
Iluolsen, Charles Das Forum Ro
Jonks, Edward Parliamentary Eng
land. Konlg, Edmund Wllhelm Wundt.
Prescott, F. C. Selections from
Rose, J. H. Development of tho
European nations. 2 vols.
Ward, L. F. Applied sociology. .
Winkler, Die Gesetze Hammurabi's.
A reporter has boon suspended by
tho Michigan Dally for giving an un
true account of the Angell memorial
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In the Debate World.
Michigan, Chicago, and Northwest
ern, who now compose tho member
ship in tho North Central Debating
League slnco Minnesota's withdrawal,
havo adopted the general plan of de
bates in force In the new Central De
bating Circuit (Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Illinois, Nebraska, and Iowa). Each
University will havo a team on each
sldo of the question, and all these de
bates will take placo tho same even
ing. Tho question has not yet been
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Notro-
Dame, and South Dakota havo formed
a debating league similar to tho Cen
tral Debating Circuit.
Wisconsin has already begun de
bating tho municipal versus private
ownership question, which is tor bo
discussed at Lincoln next spring by
Nebraska and Wisconsin.
Syracuse University has adopted a
now method of selecting its intercol
legiate debaters. They will bo picked
from tho teams which represented tho
four classes in tho series of interclass
Michigan gives each of her inter
collegiate debators-a-cash prize of $50.
- Harvard has decided to throw tho
Yale-Harvard debate open to the pub
lic. Tho exponses will bo defrayed by
Thu question for tho Harvard-Yale
debate on December 7 Is: "Resolved,
Thatfurthor restriction of immlgra"
tlon is undesirable."
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Tho English Club will meet Satur
day of this week with MIbs Miller,
612 South Sixteenth street.
The usual Friday afternoon tea for
University girls will be omitted today
on account of tho Vesper service.
Chancollor Andrews will address tho
Palladlan Society this, evening at 8:30.
Everyone is cordially invited to hear
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' Walter Shlndall visited- Tuesday
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Coach Yost of Michigan favors tho
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' Tho Ivy Press is now located at 212
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Studonts eating at tho Cornell train
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