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A. O. Schrolbor, '07
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. CORNHUSKER TROUBJLE.
Tho seeming inability of tho law
editors to understand tho policy pur
sued by editor-in-chief Meyers in ar
ranging plans for tho 1907 Cornhusker
may be accopted as explanatory of
their conduct In the present disagree
ment over tho law department of tho
book. Certainly tho policy of tho odlt-or-in-chiof
has boon no more puzzling
to tho law men than the policy fol
lowed by them in opposing his plans
has boon to Mr. Meyers.
That tho law editors have been un
able to comprehend tho editor-in-chief's
stand for a united University book,
and tholr failure to understand that he
led by a strong man, for the obstinacy
with which they have resisted indi
cates a misconception of tho respon
sibility and duties of the editor-in-chief.
An unpleasant feature of the present
disagreement has boon tho personal
clashes. If Mr. Meyers has any om
nity against the law editors it has been
brought about by their blunder in op
posing his fair and equitable plans for
the arrangement of the book.
A failuro to comprehend the editor-in-chief's
plans could alone account
for the opposition of the law editors,
and yet it seems improbable
that such enlightened minds as
those of tho law school should
fail to understand plans so
simple as those proposed by Mr.
oyors. Tho disagreement has been
enlarged somewhat by tho attacks of
tho law editors so that It now involves
not only tho question of a united rep
resentative University book, but also
the question of the supremacy of the
office of edltor-in-chlof.
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W. J. BRYAN.
Will preside "at Nebraska-Wisconsin
Hon. Williams J. Bryan has been se
cured by tho University 'Debating
Bourd to preside at tho Nebraska-Wisconsin
debate in Memorial Hall on
April 5. Mr. Bryan's acceptance was
received yesterday by Professor Fogg
through Mr. Charles W. Bryan. Mr.
Bryan is to speak in Iowa on Saturday,
April C, .but he will not leave Lincoln
until after the debate Friday evening.
In addition to presiding at tho first
Nebraska-Wisconsin forensic battle
on Nebraska soil, Mr. Bryan will givo
an address. Tho subject to bo debated
Is one in which he is very much inter
ested the private versus public own
ership of street railways.
Tho news that Mr. Bryan has con
sented to preside and speak was greet
ed with, enthusiasm on the campus.
Mr. Bryan attended the Nebraska-Mis-
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THE LAW 8CHOOL
A threo years' course leads to the degree of LB. Residence for
three years is required, but residence at anojJier three years' school
may bo accopted as a substitute for one of tho years of residence
at this school. Three annual examinations are required. Inquiries
may be addressed to H. A. Fischer, -i0 Austin Hall. Cambridge,
Mel 88 jS
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL
A four years' course leads'lo the M. D. degree. The School offers
graduato courses open to holders of the M. D. degree, and in its
new laboratories offers greatly extended .facilities for research.
For catalogueBfor graduate and summer courses, for research and
special courses, address Charles M. Green, M. D., 104 Administra
tion Building, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.
THE DIVINITY 8CH00L
This is, an undenominational school of theology offering instruc
tion appropriate to the calling of the ministry and leading to the
degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Students have also the privilege
of attending courses given undor the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Inquiries may bo addressed to R. S. Morlson, 5 Divinity Library,
THE GRADUATE 8CHOOL OF ART8 AND 8CIENCES.
Instruction is offered leading to tho Masters' and tho Doctors' de
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Dr. Haggard, 212-213 Richards Blk.
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fords, half price. Sanderson's.
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If you have dance programs, tickets
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Have you made your spring decora
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University Book Store.
Pictures and posters for college
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or brought to any address. Auto, 4406,
Bell A-2165. L. L. Bishop.
Have you seen tho Famous' new
store they have their Easter opening
this week be sure and see the beauti
ful display of Hats corner of O and
desires to produce the best book pos
sible and that he is acting with such
a. purpose, affords one solution of the
unwarranted opposition manifested by
thorn, since they first saw his plans
for tho 1907 Cornhusker. That such
plans aro necessary for tho successful
publication of tho book Ikib long been
apparent tq the minds of all the con
servative editors on the Cornhusker
staff. The separation of tho material
as requested by the law men would
mar tho unity of the book as a whole
and cause a cheap looking collection
of department books to be published
undor 'one cover. And above the fact
that the Cornhusker as a reprosota
tive book would bo .destroyed, rests
the endangered integrity of the posi
tion of editor-in-chief.
Mr. Meyers has asked nothing more
of the law college than he has of every
other college represented in tho book.
The opposition of the law editors to
his restrictions demonstrates that tho
position of editor-in-chief must bo fil-
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souri debate on "Trusts" in 1903 and
gave an interesting address on tho
value of debate.
BEST 15 CENT MEAL IN
D. K. CAMPBELL.
Will Holman who took an M. A de
gree In Physics hero last year, and is
now studying In Geothlngen, Germany,
writes enthusiastically of his experi
ences there. He is especially pleased
with tho way Germans present their
theory and mathematics. Mr. Holman
Is doing research work, dealing with
electrical properties of crystals. He
spent tho Christmas vacation In Berlin
Geology II, Attention!
Outlines on the Palaeozlc must be
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