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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY OAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
' BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
MlicitlM Glflci, 126 No. 14th St.
EdItor-ln-Chlef Rom King
ManaQer George M. Wallace
Circulator W. A. Jonei, 10
Ant. Circulator L. J. .Weaver, "10
Editorial and Builneti Office:
BA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDO.
Postofflce, Station A, Lincoln! Neb.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance
8lnote Coplei. 5 Cents Each
This 1b especially common among
tho men. A dozen or more of them
can bo seen at any time oi day ranged
about the magazine table. There hoy
sit, idly thumbing empty magazine
covers and looking acroBB the room
for a "man" whom they never find or
at least never cease to look for.
Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 cents per insertion
for ovory flftoon words or fraction thereof.
Fnculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho pOBtofflco at Lincoln.
Nebraska, as socond-olass mail matter
under tho Act of Connroas of March 3.
Whethor or not the now system of
registration proposed for next year
will bo permanently adopted remains
to bo seen. It 1b in answer to a long
felt difficulty, incident to tho elective
syBtom. No student is at present per
mitted to register in his freshman
year .without some help and the ad
vice of a Dean can take into ac
count little of the individual needs
of tho student. The proposed plan of
issuing schedules to studentB request
ing them by letter during the summer
is excellent. A new student can then
havo timo and the necessary informa
tion to enable him to plan his course
with the help of older students.
A plan of tho manner in which a
student is to devote his time for a
A recent article-in the Outlook calls
attention to the many changes in en
trance requirements of the universi
ties and collegos of the countpy Bince
the Institution of the College Founda
tion meeting of which Chancellor An
drews attended during tne holidays.
There t ib a provision in connection
with these pensions that limits them
to teachers in institutions having en
trance requirements tho equivalent
of those of state institutions. The
effect of tnis stipulation has been to
raise the standards in many small
schools. Another provision worthy of
note is the limitation of pensions to
professors in non-sectarian schools.
A half dozen or more small colleges
for one reason or another allying
themselves with some religious de
nomination havo thus been obliged to
state their exact position in this mat
ter and the majority ot Ihom hnvo de
clared themsolves non-sectarian.
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Ualtn of Ihonttr Smprndert
To the Editor of the Nebraskan
I am a student who wish to..tako ex
ception to tho letter published in yes
terday's Nebraskan. Its reference to
"young rufllians" to "students raising
hell instead of gradeB" show a deplor
able lack of knowledge of tho true
state of affairs at this institution.
The facts of tho case are that tho
average college student is if anything
loss addicted to rowdyism than tho
overage yb'ung American of his age in
other walks of life. The pranks play
ed by college students are far more
innocuous than the methods by which
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Saturday, February 8.
7:30 p. m University Hall 102.
Students' Debating Club meets.
8:30 p. m. Memorial Hall.
2:30 p. m. Gymnasium.
Charter Day preliminaries.
Tuesday, February 11.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior class meeting.
11:30 a. in. U. 106.
Meeting of Senior cast members.
Thursday, February 13.
11:30 a. m Memorial Hall.
Sophomore class meets.
Friday, February 14
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Mid-winter Commencement. Dr. L.
A. Sherman on "Commercial ism
and Higher Education."
Friday, February 21.
' Junior Prom.
Basket-ball, NebraBka vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Gym. shoes? Yes, a large and com
plete Btock. Rogers and Perkins 1129
Studnts who took E. E. 8 call at
room 109 M. A. and get reports.
. V. L. HOLLISTER.
The KEY to SUCCESS is
a BUSINESS EDUCATION
Get that education
at tle ' ::
A Practical School. 13th & P Sts.
A good modern room for rent, 505
Why not take your bath at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
Ladles' pocketbook found on the
campus. Inquire at Nebraskan office.
half year is worthy of a careful study
and consideration. A happy tnought
or a good piece of advice while mak
ing out one's schedule saves many
hours and. trouble and worry after the
semester is begun. Only those who
entered before tho present advisory
system was in force can appreciate tho
help which students can get under the
now plan not only from members of
tho faculty, who know tho require
ments of tho school, but also from
their parents and friends, who know
the requirements of the student.
A number of students have found
fault witn the Junior Prom bulletin in
Nebraska Hall; thelihapo 01 the vase
doesnt suit them, ror the benefit
of such it may bo explained that the
drawing is two faced. These bulletins
are among the nibst attractive fea
tures of our college halls and this one
is "particularly attractive.
'- Ul'ill .
Speaking 01 the difficulty of studying
in thjO library, another bad practice
among a few students comes to mind.
There ' seems to be an idea among
students' that the place to go when you
are through work is, to tho Library.
the young men of our small country
towns obtain amusement. The lat
ter statement shows a deplorable mis
understanding of the nature of the
work done at this school. It over
looks the study, the, manly men and
womenly women who prepare them
selves for a useful life work here, the
fact, above all others, that not the
least efficient of our citizens are men
to whom college pranks are a matter
of personal experience.
While not feeling called upon to
give an opinion on the right or wropg
of the Chancellor's action, I hereby
challenge the assumption of. our friend
out in the state that his decision im
plies any exceptional Btate of moral
turpitude on the part of those concern
ed in the affair.
,. Yours truly,
The best place to eat in town 1b at
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Dr. Cha8. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Chapin Bros., florists. 127 -Ss. 12th.
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