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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1907)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
Gbe alls IRebraefean
. TUB PKOPBIITY OF
TMB UNIVBHBITY OF NlOBIfcABKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
HY TUB HTUDBNT PUB. HOARD.
Publication Office, 126 No. 14th St.
Edltor-ln-Chlof M. A. Mills, '08
Managlncj Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
Business Manager. . .H. C. Robertson, '09
torosts nre Icbs diversified at that per
iod and the time spent In drill Is felt
to be less of a sacrifice.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Editorial .and Business Office:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln, Neb.
8UB8CRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
Single Copies, 5 Cents Each
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will ho clmrucd
for nt tho nito of 10 contH per InHcrtlon
for ovory ilftoon worriH or fraction thereof.
Faculty notlcoH and UnlvorHity bulletins
will gladly bo publlahcd free."
Bntorod at tho poBtofTlco at Lincoln,
NebraBka, iih Hccond-claHa mall matter
under tho Act of .CoiijircHH of March 3,
"DON'T PUT OFF."
There Is an unjustified, If not even
an unjustifiable prejudice against drill
ing noticeable among University men
of tho .lower classes, who are most
Intimately concerned with affairs mili
tary. It seems to be almost a matter
of tradition tlmt evory year a more or
less numorous body of men seek to
avoid this requirement by one means
or another. A requirement that the
authorities havo seen fit to make gen
eral and one which is found most dif
ficult to satisfy In any way other than
tho usual ono. It Isxllfllcult to deter
mine tho reason for tins feeling on tho
part of some of the students. In some
cases porhaps tho Ideals and general
Influence of mllltnry science is felt to
bo un-American, this attitude would
have been moro nearly Justifiable in
times past than no'w. It, however, Is
not at all likely that the short time
given to this work in tho college
course would have any tendency to ef
fect a chango in the peaceful habits
of any one. But the remark recently
mado by one of our distinguished pro
fessors to tho effect that peace is best
maintained by preparations for war
8ome Real Live News From Kimball's
Tho outlook for the School ofMusic
this your is the brightest In the history
of thiit institution. There Is an enroll
ment or n.vr :b0 pupils, representing
the following states: Nebraska. North
Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Illin
ois, Kansas, Iowa, New York, Colorado,
Missouri and Washington. Director
Kimball Is certain that before the end
of the term twenty or twenty-five
states will be represented In the list of
The' University School of Music was
renovated and placed In excellent con
dition during the summer; Many of the
rooms formerly used for dormitory pur
poses have been converted into studios
and It is expected that before the end
of the year the entire second floor will
bo put to the same use.
The following new courses are of
fered this year: Instruction of MubIc
In Public Schools; Orchestral Instruc
tion; and Instruction on the Flute,
Saxaphone, Cornet, and Mandolin. The
establishment of other now courses is
It Is thought that an operatic school
.will be established 'in the School of
Music in the near future, thereby giv
ing those tnlented in operatic lines an
opportunity for home training.
Arrangements have been made so
that any University student who does
not care to drill or play In the band
can make his military requirement by
orchestra work In the School of Music.
This arrangement enables Director
Kimball to procure much excellent tal
ent that otherwise would not bo available.
All men out for football who have
not completed drill requirements
must put In an application for leave
of absence and have the same signed
HALLETT, Optometry Specialist
GLASSES : FITTED
Eye Sight Restor'd
No operations. No drugs. Wo remove tho cause and tho troublo disap
pears. That's logic, isn't it? For U5 yoars we havo boon fitting glasses to
tho pooplo of Lincoln and vicinity and can rotor you to thousands of satis
fied pationts. Eyes oxamined froo Results guaranteed.
Hallett, Graduate Optician, 1143 0 Street
should b6 seriously considered.
In other Instances tho hour Is In
convenlont, coming as it does so lato
in the afternoon, but whatever may
be the cause of this feeling, the fact
still remains that drilling is at pres
ent required In this University. In
view of these circumstances ono should
go about the affair cheerfully and try
to got all the benefit possible out of
the few semestors devoted to this
training. When a person Btops think
ing of how particularly distasteful or
unpleasant a task is and devotes that
same energy to properly discharging
it the prominence of the former feeling
will promptly be lost. A little taste of
discipline of this nature has a very
salutary effect upon tho minds in ad
dition to broadening the experience.
Another argument In favor of working
off this requirement in the early years
of the course is that a student's in-
by Manager Eager and filed with the
Tho following la tho Convocation
program for today:
Adagia from the Kaiser Quartet
Minuet D Minor Mozart
Sandmannchen Richard Ellenberg
The Dramatic Club will meet Tues
day, October 1, at 11:30 Jn U. 106. All
members are urged to attend.
Misses Caroline Salisbury and Bes
sie Healey, members of tho Minnesota
chapter of Alpha Phi assisted the lo
cal chapter during rushing week. They
returned to Minneapolis yesterday.
If you want the swellest Shoes that can be made,
Sanderson's is the place to get them.
SWEDISH GYMNASIUM SHOES
r m ItAny . t
tttd-Q STREET. -&
Try Bud's Cafe, 1435 O St.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
Pure candles, A. Rood, 139 No. 14th.
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127 So. 12th.
Cameron's lunch counter 123 So. 12.
Green's shops are the best in the
Dr. Chas. Youngblut,
The best place to eat in town "Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
New line of fall hats. Special atten
tion to students. Nichols, 11G No. 13th.
Eat at Climax restaurant. Meals 15
cents and up, Tom Draper, Prop.
Mrs. A. E. Soukup, dressmaker.
Special attention given to students.
1136 O St. Auto 1737.
MME. F. F. ROSS
Scientific Chiropodist Manicurist
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