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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1907)
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'AthloUcH. i.,..1 .TIuh W. Crnlgr, 07
doncral Nowb Stuart P. Dobbs, '09
Reviews Qnrtruda Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura Rhondcs, '08
ABBlstrtnt Athlotlcs.Mlllor S. Benedict, '09
Asst. Oon. Nowa Sidney O. Evans, '09
Departmental.... Paul R. Butler, '07 ,
J. C. Elder, 07
Guy Montgomery, '10
.W. E. Btandoven, '07
Aloxandor J. Dunlnp, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
BuBlneflfl ManngCr. ...Byron E. Yoflor, '08
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Circulator H. C. Robertson, '09
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"""The othor day, bo ono pf our most
lntlninto companions told us, ho, as
students often will, foil off Into a soft,
sweot lit of Blumber lift, the Library.
And strangely In tho fantasy that fol
lowed seemed transported back to tho
scenes bf childhood. There ho played
and romped nnd sported in tho old
back yard with "Jimmy," "Jim," his
pet, his old caressed itad fondled, long
forgotten pet fdr. And as ho played, It
vaguely camo upon his senses that not
all, quite all was right. Perhaps, tho
no, just ono short act remained, thd
pot must havo a bath. So manfully he
professors teach tho cigarette habit by
Of coiirso, Elbert Hubbard himself Is
regarded by most people as eccentric,
but, nevertheless, there is something
Ifi tlio criticism. Wo ought to be iii
college to acquire qualities, not sense
less facts and fashions.
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings 6f other days as record
ed in the Nebrasknn:
Four- Years Aflo Today.
Death of Miss Ellen Smith, Regis
trar of tho Uriiversity from 1882 to
Decision of the Regents to mergo
tho School of Music with the Univer
sity. University defeated the City Y. M.
C. A. basket-ball team by a score of
33 to 20. .
Two Years Ago Today.
'Varsity five defeated at Port Wash
ington, Wis., by a score bf 46 tb 27.
Changes In Staff.
On account of tho stress of their
work, two of the men on the staff
havo been compelled to withdraw.
These aro S. P. Dobbs and Paul Butler.
The place of the former will bo filled
by Paul Q. Burt and of tho latter by
Earl ft. Hunt. Mr. Burt has proved
himself a keen Btudent and shows the
acumen' necessary to tho making of a
good man on the trail of general news.
Mr. Hunt has had some newspaper ex
perience already and will readily take
hold of the work In tho departments.
The following very timely communi
cation has been received:
Students who live In lodging houses
where contagious diseases break out
ought to realize that having been ex
posed they would do well to stay
whtre they are, Instead of moving an
soon as possible to some other location.
Several cases have come up lately
where students have ' hastened to
carry tho germs of some contagious
When in need of COAL call and see the
We will treat you right
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Senior basket-ball practise, 4:00
Freshmen vs. Y. M. C. A. Meteors.
Basket-ball In Armory, 8:00 p. m.
Sem. Bot. meets, 8:00 p. m. in N 104.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Symphony
concert by Steckelberg Junrtet.
Junior Class meeting, Mem. Hall, at
11:30 a. m.
Y. W. C. A. meeting, N 105, f;00 p.
Convocation, 5:00 p. m. Ralph W.
Breckenrldge of Omaha, "The
Spirit of American History."
English Club meets with Miss Con
Garber, 8:30 p. m., 1845 Washing-'
Band informal dance. Mem Hall.
Convocation. Richard L. Metcalf,
First annual gymnastic contest.
Denver University vs. Nebraska;
basket-ball and dance.
Annual banquet "of Y. Ml C. A. in
Non Com Hop.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate, Mem.
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struggled with tho tub, and manly held
tho fox, but all In vain; the same
dark, dull oppression rested on hlB
brain, till quite in desperation, ho
awoke, yet grasping for the fox's tall.
Would thlB worb all the tale! But
as he rubbed his eyes and looked and
saw, he found tjhe cause of all his
mental world's distortion. Must we
tell? Ah, .Bad!, But truth Is sacred,
so wo. will not wait; it was a man
Just fresh 'from the front gate!
Elbert Hubbard Bald in tho January
Cosmopolitan: "I do not know or aj
'single college or university In tho
world that focuses on qualities. I do
not know of a university in America,
excepting TuBUoge'e, that prohibits the
use of tobacco among its students. At
Harvard, Yalp, Dartmouth, Columbia,
and Princeton, cigarettes aro optional,
but a stranger would surely suppose
the practice of cigarette smoking was
compulsory. The boy who does not
acqulro the tdbacco habit at college Is
regarded as eccentric, Many of the
disease Into a new lodging house, thus
exposing a new group of students to
tho disease Probably this was tho
result or thoughtlessness only: yet
those who were In such a hurry to mov
Were responsible for Introducing tho
disease Into a new place. A little
care or foresight In such cases would
save a lot of harm.
Students may secure decrees from
Nebraska University In July, accord
ing to a new regulation. In the past,
students who have had sufficient cred
its to gradiiato after finishing summer
school work havo been compelled to
wait until the following February. In
order to remedy this, a change has
been made whereby students having
within six credits of enough to gradu
ate at the June commencement may
take summer school "work and gradu
ate Immediately thereafter.
Jack Best announces that all gymna
sium clothing removed from the
lockers during the last two weeks will
bo "confiscated" unless taken away by
the oweners at once. This includes all
matorlal from lockers on which the
locks were cut since not reassigned
to tho same parties.
Easter's the 31st
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