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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1907)
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TUB PROPIOIITY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
13 Y TIII3 STUDENT PUH. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 N. 14th St.
Editor-in-chief J. Carroll Knodo,
AHHodato Editor Clyde E. Rlllott,
MuiiflKlJiK Editor A. E. LoiiK.
AthlotlcH Ihmli W. Crulff,
Qoiicnil Nowh Paul 0. Hurt,
0VI0WH ueririuin niuuru,
Convocation I-nlim Khondcs,
Afwlstnnt Athletics. Mlllor 8. nencdlct,
AhbI. Oon. Nowh Sidney O. Evans,
Depart mini till Earl R. Hunt. '08
J. C. Elder. 07
Cliiy hlnfitKOinery, '09
W. E. Btandeven. '07
Alexander J. nunliip,
C. C. Hickman. '07
BiiBlncnn MiuiiiRor... .Byron E. Yodor.
AHBlHtant ManiiKor Qay Hardy,
Circulator H. C. RobortBon,
here, It must bo admitted, a good denl '
or evil actually results, uut uoe tins '
mean that athletics are thereforo to
tie avoided, discountenanced, :ind ta
booed? Not at all. More good than
h'.irm comes from them; that state
ment anyone will support after exam
ining tho llfo of the school Inclined
toward athletics with one where no !
form of them 1b round. They bring
a freshening atmosphere along with
them and students are broader for
Hut, finally, in giving them theh
proper station In college, life, It must
always lie borne In mind thnt they are
an adjunct, an' accessory. The high
and real purpose of an education Is
not that of making a man Into a su-,
perlor at.hlete. i
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Entered at tho poatofrico at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Hccond-cliiBB mall matter
under tho Act of ConRrcBB of March 3,
WHERE ATHLETICS BELONG.
What position in a college should
athletics take? Are wo not omphaslz
Ing them too much? Are t.hoy,roall
worth whllo at all? These aro ques
tions often asked concerning ono of
tho most prominent features of tho
modern university. To treat the sub
ject exhaustively would require many
columns, but a few short statements
mny, perhaps, suffice to prosont one
aspect of tho matter.
Not many people In this day will
deny thero are at least some good
fenturos about athletics, for most per
sons with good red blood In their ar
teries onjoy Invigorating physical ox
erclso; natures normally constituted
enn not do without It. Athletics In
EVENTS OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happenings of other days as re
corded In tho Nobraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
Nebraska's five defeated the Jay-.
hawkers on their own floor In a fast, I
clean game. !
Two Years Ago Today.
The baseball team made Its first ap-'
pearanco ut outdoor practice. I
BANQUET AT LINDELL.
Y. M. C. A. Feast to Be Held Next Fri
The annual Y. M. C. A. banquet will
be held at the LIndell Hotel at 8:15
Friday evening, March 8th. Professor
Maxoy will act as toastmaster. Follow
ing Ib the program:
Charles M. Moyne, "A Mew Standard."
T. A. Brown, "Cornhuskor."
Arthur Jorgenson, "A College Man's
Hon. E. P. Brown, "Tho College Man
In Public Life."
ThlB banquet will bo Berved In eight
or ton courses.
Over two hundred tickets have al
ready been sold at the Farm for the
trip to Omaha, and as many more are
expected to join In the excursion. A
special train of some five or six coaches
will be required.
Professor Wm. B. Leonard of Belle
vue will offer courses In Political
Economy and Sociology In tho sum
mor sesBlon. He Is a graduate of Iowa
College and has pursued graduates
studies at tho University of Chicago.
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HATS WITH SNAP
Budd don't bluff. The Hats speak for themselves.
They look $5.00 worth, they wear $3.50 worth and
sell for $2.50. Why pay more?
BUDD. $2.50 Hatter. 1141 O
Continuation of Sale in
Picture and Music Dept.
We have concluded to etend our discount sale on picture mould
ing, framed pictures, pictures In the sheet, portrait frames in gold,
black and gold and all sizes of pencil frames, until March 2nd.
Our line of moldings on sale includes every sample we carry.
Our discount of 20 per cent off of our very low prices certainly will
convince any one that you cannot get your picture framed any
cheaper elsewhere. We have the best selected line of moldings in
the city, and every piece of work is done by the very best workmen.
ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
Wire photo racks, each 3c, 4c, 5c and 6c
Invisible photo holders for piano or table, 4 for 10c
1G20 portrait frames, 3-In. wide, each 79c
20x30 gilt frames, 4-ln. wide, fitted wilh etchings and mat, reg
ular $3 frameB. sale price $1 .98
18x30 5-In. gilt and burnished knobs, regular $16 values, Bale
20x30 brown frames, ornamented corners, fitted with etchings,
regu lar$3.25 frames, sale price $1 .98
Massive gilt and burnished frames, fitted with pastel ebony
shadow box, regular $4.50 frames, sale price $2.50
18x40, 3 inch gilt Florentine frames, fitted with French plate
glass, regular $10.00 value, sale price . . . : ' $7.50
DO NOT FAIL TO ATEND THIS SALE
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TWELFTH AND N STREET
fulfilling this bodily requirement and
craving aro not open to criticism;
physical oxorclso never hurt anybody.
Other featuros must enter before
harm can result, and what are these
other featuros? Thero may bo sev
eral, but without much doubt It Is tho
ono element of rivalry coupled with
tho desiro of porsonul distinction
which may bo hold accountable for
any evil results, and there are some,
coming out of athletics. Tho desiro
to beat out the other man and so gain
the applause of tho sport-loving world
is all right of Itself; it gives the zest
and spirit and very life to athletics;
It makes thorn what thoy are, but along
with this most praiseworthy element
slips In tho possibility of tho evils.
This desire may load to a mild form
at insanity. Tho contestant becomes
enthusiastic, possibly, to tho degree of
over-reaching his physical strength;
he Injures his health. Tho Injuries so
received are undoub'.edly greatly ex
aggerated, very greatly, but that such
Injuries are sustained sometimes Is
not to be denied. Again, tho athlete
may become so centered in the phys
ical sldo of his edupatlon as to neglect
the' mental side, tho real sldo, and
NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
A. D. CALKINS, Prop.
Our Special Sunday Dinner,
Table d'Hote, 50c.
Chicken Soup Consomme Bronolse
Queen Olives Radishes
Baked Lake' Trout, Sauce Colbert
Roast Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus
Roast. Young Turkey with Cranberry
Compote of Peaches on Rice
Mashed Potatoes String Beans
. Jersey Sweet Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes June Poa.s
Apple Pie Mlnco Pie Cocoanut Plo
Raspberry Sherbet Jelly Roll
Cream Cheese Noufchatel Cheese
Dinner served from 12 to 2:30 p. m.
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A three years' course leads to the degree of LL.B. Residence for
three years is required, but residence at another three years' school
may bo accepted as a substitute for one of the years of residence
at thlB school. Three annual examinations are required. Inquiries
may be addressed to H. A. Fischer, 20 Austin Hall. Cambridge,
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL
A four years' course leads to the M. D. degree. The School offers
5 graduate courses open to holders of 'the M. D. degree, and In its
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O of attending courses given under tho Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
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THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCE8.
y Instruction is offered leading to the Masters' and tho Doctors' de
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