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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA..
PUBLISHED ETERY DAY EXCEPT SUIDAY AND HHBAT
BY THJE3 STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Editor-in-Chief . . . . Rom. King
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for every flfteon wordB or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at thb postofflco at Llnooln,
Nebraska, as sccond-olass mall matter
under the Act of Conpresu of March S.
Some one asks why the accounts
of theBo claBS (lanceB nro not pub
lished. They were, when the rule first
wont into effect. Of course it 1b not
the business of a Sophomore to in
quire into thp finances of tho Junior
Class. And yet those disinterested
persons who attend those functions
would feel bettor satisfied if they knew
that the dance just paid legitimate ex
penses and no more.
demands upon an ' empty treasury, ,lt
will be necessary to arrange its hopB,
basket-ball or no baBket-ball.
When tho receipts of a class in
formal are 145.00 and the dout of the
Athletic Board is $80.00, it seems
scarcely Just to lay mblamo of tho
indebtedness ottho fatter to the class.
The debts of a cmssare as pressihg as
those of the AthletlcBqard.
Let us hopethat the timfc will come
and let 4s be before the millennium
when ''such a thing as graft is un
known, at least below tho thoughts of
any class member. Let the time come
when there shall bo a system about
these class dances, when so many each
year, and no more, are allowed to each
class. One rule, one authority over
the whole, will avoid many difficulties,
both financial and social, and assure
a smooth running order to clnssj
events. A STUDENT.
Fortunately no one ever gets in
jured, but to pass through Alio library
hall between claBBes is an extremely
dangerouB move. Visiting in the li
brary has become so clnBslc that it has
spread to the hallB where (it is found
in its worst forms. It is hoped that
spring weather will soon remove some
of this to the campus benches.
It is presumed that since the present
system of faculty supervision of
finances went into effect that graft in
class finances is at an end. If the
Junior class is split and one-half is
trying to pay tho debts of the other
half who ran off with the money, even
such burdens do not alter the case of
the athletic manager. Almost every
one who went to the Junior Informal
would have gone to tho Band dance
had it been the only function, and
though this would not have made up
the entire deficiency, "every little bit
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Are you planning, to attend the
Charter Day exorcises? Here is a rare
chance to see indoor athletics of the
first class. And don't think that the
afternoon program is all there is to
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Tuesday, February 11.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Convocation. Organ Recital by Mrs.
Carrie B. Raymond,
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Senior class meeting.
11:30 a. m. U. 10G.
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."
Saturday, February 15.
7:30 p. m "University Hall 106.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Noxt Sunday afternoon a musical
program will be presented by tho First
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Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
BaBket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
The Pershing Rifles are to be In thd
Armory at 4:30 Wednesday in. order to
have their pictures taken for the Corn-husker.
The largest stock of fountain pons
in Nebraska at The University Book
Nothing Is further from the truth than
the statement of our out-state friend
about rowdyism among college men.
It is unfortunately true that by the
time he news of such affairs as the
kidnapping of. the Sophomore chair
man reaches tho general public ft
gives tho wrong Immesslon and the
whole "student body gets the benefit of
"Ib no one University dance enough
for any night?" Yes, and more than
enough. Howevor, when the debts of
a class have been accumulating for two
and three years, when students pa
tronize little except dances, then
dances must be scheduled for the most
opportune time found. - ' '
When graft, graft in class finances,
is stopped, when men placed in respon
sible positions conduct the business in
', 1m open, above-board manner, then
.'and only then it will bo posslblo to
eliminate these numerous "hops," "In-
formula," and "proms," given for tho
',"? purpose of balancing accounts.
"' JAs long as one element of a class
fihds IK necessary to meet the ex-
''penses accrued by another element,
as long' as clamoring creditors make
Baptist Church quartette, the finest in
the city, consisting of Mrs. Conant,
soprano; Mrs. Enslow, contralto; Mr.
Geo. Ireland, tenor, and Mr. John Agee,
basso, with Aiiss Vlbbard as organist.
Following tills program, Miss Joseph
ine C. Walker, the returned mission
ary, will speak upon mission work in
China. Those who have nol yet had
tho opportunity of hearing MIbb Walk
er will be glad to hear her on this oc
casion for the things she has to tell
about are Interesting and amusing as
well. The girls who are missing these
meetings on Sunday Afternoon aro los
ing a real treat for the speakers are
the besi and ueir subjects are always
helpful as wel at .interesting and en
tertaining, while tho musical programs
are given by the best musicians of
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