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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
LAW A8 A CAREER.
(Continued from page one.)
money. The men who enpago In in
tellectual lifo uro the ones who carve
out history. Men whoBo sole claim
to (llbtlnctlon rests, on their possession
of money are not long remembqred.
"I have Bald that the law has. been
the lending profession In the past. It
"will also lead in tho future. A now
era Is now being entered upon in
which we .must decide the rights of
many men as compared with the
rights of a few. This question will
bo fought out in the next fifty years.
In the end tho lawyers will settle the
"One othor .thought is sufficient. It
1h the observation of all who roflect
on the subject that one of the essen
tials of the successful lawyer is his
Integrity , Tho lawyer must mnintain
as high a standard as any other pro
fessipn, the ministry not excepted.
He must have not only moral, but
intellectual Integrity. This last means
that not .even to himself must ho ac
knowledge a wrong thought which
may Influence his reasoning.
"I thnk that tho lawyer will In the
futuro hold an even greater position
than ho hns In the past. History
shows that, whohovor military genius
has not been required, the legal hero
hna fought the critical battles of the
worfd. Thoroforo I Invito you who
are now studying f6r tho law to a
profession whore all your brilliance
may go, where your influence for
,good is greater than in any other pro
fession, and wheve, If you have in
tegrity' and capacity, no career offers
a greater reward."
Stadium at Syracuse University.
Syracuse University will soon have
Its stadium completed, tho finest ath
jetlc arona in America-rand nbout
the only one of its kind. Berkeley's
theatrical nmpjtheater loses its im
portance In the college world: The
dimensions of the stadium are: G50
by 475 feet; with a soatlng capacity
of 40,000. The field is sodded and
has an elaborate system of subsoil
dralnnge. A quar'tor-mlle cinder
track extends nrniinrl thn flnlfi nn.-i
on one side a 220-yard stfalght-awaV
bunion I'unaua out Ul mi? ilieilu
through tunnels nt either end. The
orllgnal Idea of the stadium was
Chancellor Jumes R. Day'B. Our own
chancellor might have similar ideas,
If he had a John D. Archbold to fur
nish the wherewithal for Its con
struction. Tho affair, which is con
structed of steol- reinforced concrete,
has In its uncompleted condition cost
already half a million. That puts It
out of our roach. Wo may, however,
have Just as good athletic teams as
Syracuse. Money can't make muscle
and health, and Httle Inconveniences
oncountered on our athletic field need
not stop us.
run ikprvi a i
"1 MARCH 14 f
Ticket, 75 Cents
' J " ' ' Fix.
There wll be an Important meet
ing of the Senior Play Committee
Friday at 5:00 p. m. in U. 106. Every
member must be present.
Y. M. C. A. Election.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of this week the primary election of
the Y. M. O. A. officers for next year
-will take place , in the' Association
The purpose of this election is to
give the nominating committee an op
portunity .to know the choice of the
niembers of . the Association. The
nominating commffctee mpets next
week and they will belargely in
fluenced by the outcome of the
All members are requested to come
around and voice their opinion.
Joe Der Kinderon will be there to
answer questions and give Instruc
The student council at the Universi
ty of Michigan will try all cases of pet
ty offense which gonernlly fall under
the police jurisdiction where students
are involved. Heretofore if a student
was arrested he was heavily fined. A
number of fellows clubbed together,
paid tho fine, and there was anything
but the true Idea of punishment. Un
der tho new plan the offender will see
his position in a more serious light and
press notrlety will be avoided.
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The girls at the University of Wash
ington recently took part in a torch
light parade through the streets of Se
attle. Tho demonstration resulted
from the accusation that the students
had no college spirit.
Mayne to Talk.
At the regular Wodnesday evening
-mooting in the Y. M. C. A. rooms to
night, Mr. C. M. Mnyne of-the City
Association will give a short talk.
v Mr. 'Mayne needs np Introduction
to the men of tho University and his
talk will without a doubt bo of both
profit and interest to those who at
tend. If you have foity minutes to
spare, come around tonight nt G:50.
Palladian Play. '
Another 'surprise. The Mystic
Maze. Have you seen it? Well, its
n great piny and the Palladian girls
ro :tho uctora. All the glory of tho
""Orient" will be presented. The oc
sasion is the girls program which
will be .given in Palladian Hall next
Friday evening. Other than members
Y. W. Installation.
At tho Y. W. C, A. noon meetings
this week the officers will lead. At
today's meeting the new" officers will
HERE'S A VSNAP!" An Al fomv
tain pen now, self-filling, 25 per cent
discount, Inquire at Nebraskan office.
The regents and faculty of the Uni--verslty
of Wisconsin are considering
tho Idea of abolishing intercollegiate
athletics. They are meeting with
strong opposition on the part of the
A Big "C" Society has been organi
zed at California for the purpose of-
promoting tne interests" of athletics at
the university and in tho secondary
schools of that section.
Chicago University is considering
the plan of abolishing the freshman
and sophomore classes, allowing only.
tho two upper classes to bo organized
Regular meeting of the Uni. Chem.
Club, Wednesday evening, March 5tji,
at 7:30 o'clock sharp. All' out.-
Freshman class dues at Columbia
are $3 for tho year.
Princeton has 218,457 bound vol
uriios In her library.
Copper Mines to Resume.
John D. Ryan, managing director of
the Amalgamated Copper company,
Butte, Mont, announced that the
mines of tho company would resume
and that fires would be lit In the
great Washoe smelters' "at Anaconda.
.The order means the employment of
a, full force in the various mines and
at 'the smelters. , i
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