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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1908)
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THE UNIVERSITY OF,. NEBRASKA.
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Nebrasku, as second-class mall matter
under tho Aot of Conprcss tf March 3.
Tho Inforonco to bo drawn from tho
verdict returned In tho recent endot
court-martial case Is that In tho fu
ture such infractions will bo most bo
vo'rely doalt with. There are but fow
offenses " .more ' serious than those
charged against tho defendant In this
cnso, Discipline Is one of the prime
oBsentlalB of tho whole fabric of the
,nrmy and consequently Infractions
can not bo pallinted even in tho slight
eat degree Authority Intrusted to ono
. ' man over tho actions of another of
such a naturo as that of an ofilcor over
a private is of a peculiar nature Tho
superior's obligations qre greater,
nioro js oxpected of him and there
Tforo his actions should at all -times
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bo governed by sound Judgment un
affected by tho heat of passion. It Is
to be hoped that never again In tho
history or this University shall an-
other .offense of this naturo bo com
mitted. University cadets' are sup-
posed (o have reached, such a stago
of' maturity that their actions should
.. no loniTOi bfmr RllfVh InritaniWnhln ra.
scnblnnqe to tlio acts of, Irresponsible'
boyhood. Many thiniTB.nra .lomnnrtort
of, men by .the necessities of our socioTJ
system and onq of these demands is
jepsohablo control pvor our angry
j.asslons: This Incident, Kvhllo nrlslng
primarily in' the department of mili
tary science as nn offense against cer
tain specified vuleB, is not confined by
any means to that limited sphere. It
affects tho whdlc University, For this
particular instnnco ,there may be cir
cumstances that would tend to ex
tenuato Uio wrong-doer In evory ca
pacity but that of his office as cor
p&roi, buth this relation noqe "could
trltfclao thd action of the cadet court
marshal. Unquestionably there was
loroyocatioB'but not such provocation
aV could Justify tho defendant's con
duct ns a man and officer. .
In the by-Iawg of the Board, of Re
gents thero is a rule undor tho cap
tion; '"Presents Prohibited," which
reads as" follows: No person employed
J)y too Regentg In any official ca-
laclty or ai professor or teachor of
any rank shall "recelvo-ahy presents
from any student or stttaeHto . during
tho term tfrVatteh employment At
tention n nAllnri it tha ruin .at this
tttmo at tho instftifep of a prominent-
faculty member, not oecause thero has
been any violation of the rule on the
University campus, but for' tho reason
that tho rule is not current informa
tion among Btudonts of tho University
generally and- tho Agricultural Col
lege especially. At tho State Farm
tho rule was not observed recently
for the reason that it was unknown
to tho students and so the opportunity
is taken to prevent any Buch mistakes
on the part of the stlidonts in tho
colleges on tho campus.
Tho purpose and intont'of the rulo
is to save tho student from the possi
bio embarrassment that might result
if the custom of making instructors
little presents was the accepted prac
Who is Bernard Shaw? It is lato
to be asking or answering this ques
tion. But for those who do not know
of him, It may servo ob an introduc
tion to say that he 1s an Irishman, a
vtgetarinn, a socialist, a revolutionist,
a philosopher, a London art critic
musical critic, dramatic critic, novel
ist, and writer of plays. This list of
doctrines and professions thus breath
leesly given will perhaps -convey some
Idea of the versatility of the career
upon which Mr.. Shaw now draws for
material for his plays. Tho career
Memorial Hall. oc
vob an exciting one touching life In
many places, and was markod by tho
most heated controversies and bo
labored with the most violent abUBe.
Tho plays which ho has produced havo
been tho -target of so much. hQBtllo
criticism that" amongsome7 df" those
who do not know them tholr author
U held In questionable respect. Mr.
Slijflaw hijnsolf has labeled Bomo or
thorn uunpRH4iiLit--"Nbne, however,
have ever been cnlled uninteresting or
Elementary Course, In Education.
Dr. Voiro offers Education XXII tho
second semester. Thjs is 4 course in.
practical school management for stu
dents .below senior standing, who will
not be in attendance tho following
year. It will be adapted to tho needs
of rural nnd grade teachers, with some
attention to th0 general problems of
tho small high school.
In the Trlangilur College Chess
League, composed of Brown, Cornell
and. Pennsylvania, Cornell won the
chess trophy by five and one-half
J points out of a pojgslblo oght, .
NO MOHONO lilt
Wall's Gmtut TilUrs
J. F. GREGORY, Mtkwpr sM Cartler
Llicifi In, 145 Si. 13th St.
FOR SALE AT GREAT BARGAIN.
TWRNTl'-ROOM HOUBD within walk
Ijjk distance of University. Full corner lot
lotH of shade good brick sidewalk. Two
Iintli rooms on, second floor. Dining-room
InrRu vnoiiKh to soat forty people If desired.
Very small 'expenditure would inako It typi
cal Fraternity house. Price and terms
right. Address 603 State Journal, City.
Thursday, January 16.
8:00 p. m. Chemistry Lecture Room.
Pathological Club meets.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall
Convocation. A. E. Wlnslilp, editor
. New England Journal of Educa
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.'
Freshman class meets.
11:50 a. in. The Temple.
Y. W. C. A. noon mooting.
Friday, January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomore Hop.
Friday, January 31.
Baskot-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
8aturday, February 1.
- Basketball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
' 8aturday, February 22. -Basket-ball,
Nebraska vs. Kansas.
The Gormail Club will meet with
MIbs Vera Melqulst, 936 South Four
teenth, Thursday ovpnlng.
Big lot of swell
$5.00 shoes, $3.50.
$6'.00 shoeB, $4.50.
Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 146 No. Eleventh street.
Tho best'placoto eat in town is at
Dons Cafe 114 So Eleventh street.
Birr Blk. .
Chapin Bros.," florists, I2t So. 12th.
Eat at Elani's.
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