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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1906)
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EDWIN M1LROY SUNDERLAND, 07.
B.:M. RiNAKKit00 Managing Editor
PriKD BAU.Artn. '05 Nows Editor
W. E. STANDEVEN, '07.
GayIIaruv, Assistant ManaRor
Byron E. Yopkii, '09, Circulator
And this Is as It should be, In the
West men and women go to college
that they might becomo stronger and
bettor men and women. Reared, ns
thoy have boon, In homes democrntlc
in oyory sense of the term, In homes
where truo worth, not wealth, Is the
Ideal, It Is but natural that they should
carry theso Ideas bfdomocracy Into
the class room and whore, theso Ideas
prevail, snobbery cannot exist.
It must get out!
A NEW RHETORIC PROFE880R.
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Congress of March H, 1870.
NO 8NOBBERY HERE.
"Tho good Judgment and extreme
common Honso of tho people of this
state prevents thorn from Indulging In
tho shobbory which loads tho residents
of other western states to sond their
children east for an education."
When Chnncellor Andrews made
this tatemorit boforo tho Board of
Rogonts last Tuesday night In reply
to Professor Cook's query relative to
tho largo prcentngo of Nebraska Btu
cbpntB educated within the state, ho
doflned tho truo Nebrnska spirit as it
has never boon defined before. Ho
hit tho nail fairly ana squarely on tho
hend and ho hit it hard.
In tho enst, if one can judge ac
curately from tho reports ono Teads
in educational and other periodicals
Prof. Frederick D. Losey of Syracuse
University Will 8ucceed Ad
junct Professor Howell.
The Board of Regents on Tuesday
elected Professor Frederick D. Losoy,
A. M.,, of Syrdcuse nUlvorslty, as ad
junct profosBor of Rhetoric for tho re
mnlndor of tho ybar from anuary 1st,
taking tho placo of Adjunct Professor
Howell,- who wns grantod leave of ab
sence for this year to study In the
Professor Losey received his train
ing at Rochester and at Harvard Unl
vorsltles. He was graduated from
Roclester Unlvorslty In 1891 with the
degree of Bachelor of Arts, and from
Harvard Unlvorslty, whero ho studied
EngliBh, ho received the Master of Artu
In teaching Rhetoric, English Liter
ature, and English Speaking, Professor.
Losoy has had six yqars' experience at
Syracuse Unlvorslty, whero ho waB in
structor for ono yoar In English and
ussocinto professor of English for three
years, while the last twp years 1904
190G he was professor of Rhetoric
and Public Speaking in charge of tho
department, giving courses in English
composition (argumentation and de
bate), in tho critical reading of
Shakespeare's plays, aAd in public '
speaking and dramatic reading. ' I
Professor Losoy comes highly reconi- j
mended 'as a successful college teach-,
Christmas comeB but onco a year. Why not remember, your;
friends and loveil ones by presenting them with a copy of tho latest
. copyrights. If you can not come to tho store in person, send your order,
by mall. It will receive prompt and careful attention. The following is
a list of' the latest copyrights:
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WHY PAY MORE?
and hoars from men wno have studied
there, tho snob is omnipresent It
costs money to go to Buch schools as
Harvard and Yalo and the students
who nttond those institutions are
necesearily sons of wealthy families.
There tho size of the student's allow
ance and the socinl standing of his
ancestors rather than his achieve
ments as a student and. his qualities of
true manhoodp determine his place in
the student body. In other words, tho
stnndlng of tho student In the Eastern'
university depends largely upon blood
and bullion. In tho West he,must have
brains and, above all else, must be, in
tho truest sense of the word, a man.
Truo we have our Bnobs. Every fall
they appear among us, sometimes from
reputable city homes, but usually from
the small town. Occasionally one will
find its way Into the ranks of tho co
eds, but far more frequently Into those,
of the men. In either case; however,
their stay is short and tho moro.tena?
clously'they cling to their snobbery or
the snobbier their snobbishness, the
shorter their stay. .'
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er. He has had a good deal of prac
tical experience as public speaker and
reader and also In amateur theatricals
both In acting and in the staging of
In Jionnectlon with tne courses in
elocution and public speaking now
scheduled, Professor Losey will, it is
understood, offer a training course in
English Speaking intended especially
for students interested in platform
speaking and in debate, and will give
Instruction In English composition. He
will begin work on January 7.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of other days as record
ed In The Nebraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Tho first annual oratorio of the Mes
siah was rendered in Memorial Hall,
a hundred voices participating.
Four Years Ago Today.
Phi Kappa Psl gayo a dancing party
at their chapter house.
Two Years Ago Today.
The football MN". was awarded to
One Year Ago Today.
The Sophomores defeated the Jun
iors 6 to 0 at football. -
Woman and Her Wits, oach, 89c.
Wisdom of the Foolish, each, 45c.
The Imps Calander, each, 75c.
The Cynic's Dictionary, 45c.
Tho Value of Friendship Value of Love, by Lawrence Knowlos;
in white and gold binding, each, $1.69.
"Sweethearts AlwayB." Poems of love, selected by Janet MadiBon.
Illustrated. Each, $1.79. -
Lil Gal, When Malindy Sings, by Dunbar, each, $i.45.
Something new in a Book of Toasts Over the Nuts "and Wine.x.
Paper covor, $1.00. Leacher, $1.50. s .
Grotes History of Greece, in 4 vols. Per set; $4.10.
Private Life of Napoledn, in 3 vols.Per set, $2.89.
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