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MONDAY, MAY 6
In Olydo Fitch's Success,
"THE STRAIGHT ROAD"
R08E & 8EVERIN8
BONNIE GAY LORD
Illustrated 8ong: "Since You Called
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ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON '
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BARBER SHOPS Green's Shops, The
Richards: The Mocul.
BATHE Chris', Grand Central.
BOOKS & STATIONERY Co-op, Lin
coin Book Store, Uni. Book Store,
BAKERY Petry Bakery Co.
BANKS Columbia National, First Na
tional. CAFE Sam Westerfleld, Don Cam
CATERER "Tommy," at Miller &
CIGARS Llndsey, Ed. Young.
CLOTHING Armstrong, Unland, Ma
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COAL Gregory, Whitebreast.-
CONFECTIONERS Maxwell, The Fol
Bom. DRY GOODS Miller & Paine, Herpol
sheimer. Rudge & Guenzel.
DRUGGISTS Rector, Rlggs.
FLORISTS Chapln, Bros.
FURNITURE The Benway Company,
HABERDASHERY 12.50 Hat Store.
HAIRDRESSER Mrs. J. C.Bell.
JEWELERS Tucker, Hallett, F. B.
LAUNDRY Yule Bros.
LIVERY Ensign, Forbes, Molick,
LOCKSMITH T. J. Thorpe.
PRINTING New Century, Georgo
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MUSIC Curtice. Crancer.
RESTAURANTS Don's Cafe, Cam
eron's. SHOES Sanderson, Rogers & Per
kins, Electric Shoe Co.
SUITORIUM J. C. Wood.
TAILORS Unland, Union College
Tailors, Ludwig, Herzog, Elliott
THEATERS Oliver, Lyric, Bijou.
TYPEWRITERS Underwood Typo
WAFFLES Mrs. Day, Sam's Cafe.
"Frat" Baseball Standings.
Played. Won. Lost P. C.
Alpha Theta Chi.. 2 2 0 1000
Sigma Chi 3 2 1 .667
Sigma Alpha 3. 2 1 .667
Alpha Tau EpBllon 3 1 2 .333
Delta Tau Delta. .3.0 3 0000
Played. Won. Lost P. C.
Kappa Sigma .... 2 2 0 1000
Pli Delta Theta.. 110 1000
Beta Theta Pi 2 1 1 .500
Delta Upsllon , . . . 2 1 1 .5Q0
Phi Kappa Psi.... 3 1 2 ..333
Phi Gamma Delta. 2 0 2 0000
The Mathematical Seminar will meet
in M. 302, Saturday, May 4, at 7:30
The following is the program:
MA Now Graphic Representation of
Imaginaries" s. ,Dr. Davis
Dr. Bessey has been asked to lecture
on the life of the great botanist Llmie
at the University of Chicago.
Rubber Stamps, Stenolla,
SmIi, Trad Chsokt, Keys
Leek Smithing, GnpU
Machine Wsrki, Mafel
308 Si. Illi, UNCO J
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g OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA V
8 CAPITAL - $100,000.00
"HOW THE COLD WORLD FEEL8."
One of a 8eries of Papers by Recent
Tho following "contribution" comes
from Fred M. Hunter, '05, promlnont as
a debater, football player and student,
being ono of his class elected to Phi
Beta Kappa. Ho was recontly electod
superintendent of tho Ashland schools.
No suggestion as to tho lino of
thought to bo pursued was offorod.
Tho writer was simply asked to wrlto
on the subject, "How the Cold World
Feels." Mr. Hunter writes as follows
A very provalont thought among all
college students Is, that tho university
life is a stage of preparation; that
tho after-life Is tho real life tho ono
that Counts. TIiIb is in a sense true.
Tho university life Is a stage whore
idealism Is most promlnont In tho
after years of practical affairs tho
excess of the real supercedes that of
tho ideal. It is truo, too, in another
sense. Tho university 1b a small world
ir. Itself. It forms a community tho
members of which perform tho activi
ties incident to living in a way quite
apart from tho ways of tho more
realistic world around them. .
But there is a sense In which this
is not true, a sense in which our col
lego career Is as much a part of our
real life tho life that counts as that
of after years. If the definition of life
is comprehended In the answer to tho
question: "How much are our souls
growing and our minds broadening?
How much are wo counting on the
world?" then our college activities are
ab much a part of our life as any which
como later which are generally crod
lted with much more significance.
In thiB sense, then, when we come
to be a part of what men are pleased
to term tho "cold world," wo aro only
continuing tho role which wo have al
ready been playing. We have only
changed stages and audiences. Tho
question, then, of how tho "cold world
feels" being practicably applied means
"How does the audience take our per
formance?" How well our part takes
depends not half so much oh tho size
of tho stage, scenery, etc., ad upon tho
ability with which our part is inter
preted to tho audience in modern
phraseology, how we "make good."
To one-who has been out of college
only two years, "making good" ap
pears to be precisely the same process
ono goes thru in college on a larger
scale. When the freshman comes to
the university it 1b up to him to an
swer three questions with reference
to his own career: First, "What-attl-tudo
shall I take toward ,my fellow
student?" Or, in otlier words, "Shall
I be a mixer or not?" Second, "Shall
I devote myself assiduously to work or
not?" Third, What kind of ideals in
self-development, shall I pursue?" Ono
meets precisely the same general prob
lem when he Is out of school. How
tho cold world- feels depends entirely
upon how one makes his life answer
Then to make good In tho world in
most pursuits ono must first splvo the
problem of meeting tho public. It
pays to bo a mixer, to put aside any
tendency toward a feeling of superior
ity because one has university train
ing, to make the charge of "snobbish
ness," sometimes made against college
people, impossiblo. One must make
himself a part of his community no
matter how small or insignificant It 1b
mako its interests his interests, its
purpose his. Friend's and their influ
ence are as assential to success as
one's own ability.
In the second place, one must work.
One's college record doesn't suffice In
(Continued on page 4.) v
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