The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 11, 1908, Image 2

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THE DAlLV NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
Lincoln, Nebraska.
PUIUSlftl EVERY BAT EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
. Piblieatltt Sfflct, 126 to. 14th St.
EDITORIAL STAFF.
BdltorlnChlflf M. A. Mills, Jr., '06
Managing Editor Clyde E. Elliott, '09
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Manager. H. C. Robertson, '09
Ant, Manager Q. M. Wallace, '10
Circulator W. A. Jones, '10
Asst. Circulator L. J, Weaver, '10
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Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 conts par lnsortlon
for ovcry fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notlccn and Univorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published froo.
Entered at tho postofTlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
1879.
CAPTAIN WORKIZER
In another column can bo found the
information relative to the extension
of Cnntnin John G. Workizor's detail
as professor of military science at tho
University of Nebraska for anothor
year. Had it not been for this order
of the War Department the captain
would have returned to his regiment
by Octobor 1, 1908, and -the Univer
sity would havo lost ono of its most
able ns well as" popular faculty mem
bers. With all duo respect and dof
erence to tho memory of those who
have in yearB past occupied this place,
it must bo said that none would have
been more Hlncorely missed by the
student body than tho proBent incum
bent. Every student whom circum
stances have necessitated association
RESULTS TELL!
W claim to bo tho best GLEANERS and DYERS In Lincoln and are
kere to provo it Our methods ara tho VERY LATEST and our work
men the bost that monoy can soouro.
W clean tho nneat dresses and robes without danger of fading or
ahrlnklng in any way. We also clean gentlemen's olothing of all kinds.
Goods called for and doliVerod. AH goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altering and repalriqg.
CALL OR WRITE FOR PRICE LI8T.
J. C WOOD & CO.
Phone Boll 147 1320 N 8TREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
with Captain Worklzer In his dopart
inent will agreo that he 1s ono of tho
finest types of the young American
army ofllcer. And to him must bo
given the credit of combining good
judgment and tact in such a happy
way as to havo in a large measure
dispelled the prejudice against drill
without the least sacrifice lof Its ben
efits. Personally and dsido from IiIb
olllclal capacity, iie 1s known us a
true friend of the broad Interesta of
"this Univorslty and has been at all
times willing to help push this school
to tho "front. For all these reasons
there Is good cause for' feeling highly
gratified at this piece of good news.
NOW DOE8NT IT?
Does It not seem strange that tho
rule segregating the Btudonts of this
University In tho matter of home life
should be so rigorously enforced In
some Instances and so entirely neg
lected In others?
Spvernl Univorslty of California pro
fessors, accomp.aniqd by Lick Obser
vatory astronomers, sailed for Flint
Island in the south seas, where they
observed thes eclipse of tho sun vlslblo
there on January 3.
"MEMOIRS OF A CO-ED."
Tho Wisconsin Daily Cardinal, In n
recent numbor of that publication, In
dulges in a very sensible and timely
criticism of tho "Memoirs of a Oo
Ed," which will be remembered as a
feature of a recent number of tho
Saturday Evening PobI. The remarkn
are as follows:
"The Memoirs of a Co-Ed," tho lead
ing feature of the last Saturday Even
ing Post, is very amusing reading for
the Wisconsin student. Naturally,
the implied charges of the sketch are
too ridiculous to Invite serious con
troversy and the prejudicial convic
tions of the writer too ovldcnt to have
us consider the justice of tho attack,
but I is interesting nevertheless, to
noto to what extent Vivid Imagina
tion, coupled with covort animosity,
may seek tto pervert popular opinion.
FrlondB of co-educntlon will ho
amused; its enemies will bo pleased;
but It Is doubtful .if tho third party
will bo convinced or even interested.
Tho author of the "Memoirs" has
grasped just enough of the essentials
of a 'co-educational institution to
muke his story sound well. Tho dean
of women, the landlady and faculty
membora are shadows with imagina
tively adulterated substance. Tho
"co-ed," n frivolous, hair-bruinod,
diary-wrltlng young miss, belongs back
In some eastern seminary tho homo
of her prototype. Tho men students
depicted In the article are rowdies
touched up with a little of tho local
color of Atlantic City or tho Bowory.
The incidents would have sounded bet
ter in a "Curious Pranks of College
Girls" column hi tho Ladles' Homo
Journal.
But they are all strange and weird
and unnatural enough as they are pre
sented. Truly, such a co-ed as de
scribed and such an Institution as, she
attended would In themselves be in
teresting and novel. In tho absenco
of both wo can only read Mr. Tobln
and his "Memoirs" and use our Imagi
nations, thanking our stars, In the
meantime, far co-educatloh, as it is,
and the co-eds as we find them.
While admitting that such a char
acter might be found In some Institu
tion where co-education and fraterni
ties both exist, none has come within
our limited observation, and we can
not 'belloVo that such Is by any means
typical ofoother Western universities.
If Jthero are evils In the practice of
coeducation, thoy should bo extermi
nated If'JfJgps'Iblo, but It seems that
little could bo accomplished by hope
lessly exaggerating the reUl conditions
as they aro knojwr to those in posses
sion of the facts.' Tho weakness or
one individual should not bo conclu
sive urgumon) for condemning a whole
system. -
The Forestry Club has elected the
following officers: President, I, Hlg-
gins;, vice president, H. S. Steven
son; secretary-treasurer, G. N". Lamb.
Have you had your picture taken for
the Cornhusker?
The Harvard Medical School
. ,W,t,or.l,ho ,2?ip!?t,,0n f .tho now 'JUlldliiBfl, which wero dedicated Sen
ttiinbur 21ith, 190C, this schopl now has facilities and equipment for tcach
nk and research In tho various branches of medlclno probably uneouoled
in this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four aro devoted entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals afford abundant op-,
portitnltluH for clinical Instruction In medicine Ind surgery.
COUR8E FOR THE DEGREE OF IVf. D. v
A four years' courso, open to lwichelors of arts, literature, philosophy
or Hclertco. and to persons of equivalent standing. lends to thedegrco of M? ,
D. rho studies of tho fourth year aro wholly elective; they include labora- '
'ImMtHwH ' genflCrtl n,ed,5lne, general surgery rtnd the special clinical i
The next school year extends from Octobor 1. 190S. to Juno 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska is accepted for admission.
Ior ilitulled announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boston, Mass.
WHEN Y0UB CLOTHES ARE MADE HERE
aaBaaaaaaaa.
$45.00, and you
saves you from
tailors. Make
array of stylish
DRESHER
FOR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN.
,TVKNTY-ROOM HOUSE within walk
Ing distance of University. Full corner lot
lots of shade good brick sldewnlk. Two
hnth i-ooniH on second floor. Dlulng-room
large enough to seat forty people If desired.
Very small expenditure would make It typi
cal Fraternity house. Price and terilis
right. Address GOS State Journal, City.
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN.
Saturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs. Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore liop.
Friday, January 31.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Informnl dance.
Saturday, February 1. -
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21.
Lincoln Hotel.
Junior Prom.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
During vacation the department lof
Botany received four new compound
microscopes. Tho Instruments aro ex
pensive, being; high grade throughout
They will be used for research work.
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Hon. Joseph H. Choate will deliver
an oration at the Washington birthday-
exercises of the University of
Pennsylvania.
Why not take your hath at Chris
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The best place to oat In town Is at
Dons Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Burr Blk.
Advertise y,pur wants In the Ne
bnxskan. Chapln Bros., florists, 327 So. 12th.
Patronize1 Capital Hotel Barber shop.
Talk to Ludwlg about your clothes.
"WE HAVE GOT IT!"
GOT WH ATP .Private dinin? room or students,
wt nn i r Wc serye thc very bet of evcry
thing and plenty of it. Try it for a week, $325 per
Separate tables for ladies
THE NEW WINDSOR HOTEL
you obtain not only ART In tailoring, but QUALITY
and ECONOMY as well. Just conceive of tho most
artistically made clothes known, at from 2nnn
have the ideal combination that
ready-made misfits and high priced
your selection today from elegant
fabrics.
Lincoln's
Fashionable
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Everybody is cordially in
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