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Entered at the postofTtco at Llnooln,
Nebraska, as socond-clasB mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 8.
Is co-education a mistake? Ask the
men who wont to the Freshman Hop
A one hundred dollar prize Is offered
at Northwestern for the best oration
by a woman on the subject of woman
suffrage. It Is expected that there
will be considerable competition and
there is certainly enough material on
the subject to go around.
Notice Is received of a meeting of
tho University of Nebraska Club of
Washington, D. C. There are a num
ber of such organizations over the
number of flunks and conditions for
last semester indicate that the stu
dents need anothor "lapse into the
Dartmouth won the triangular de
bate with Williams and Brown on the
following question: "Resolved, That
In the larger New England cities all
tho power of tho city government
should bo voBted in a commission of
not more than nine men; elected by
tho voters at large, without the as
sistance of any other representative
Dartmouth was on the affirmative
against Brown, and negative against
Commencement at Northwestern
this year is to be held before tho final
examination for all except the seniors.
Tho plan 1b expected to enrich the
commencement, for all tho students
will be at the university waiting for
exams, instead of having gone home,
as has previously been the case. Co
lumbia is the only other great univer
sity having an arrangement in any
Last Saturday Harvard students had
their annual winter track carnival,
which had 600 entries. Two hundred
and twenty-three individual men took
part. There were sixteen events, in
cluding sack and potato races, pole
climbing, etc. This form of strictly
lntra-collegiate games has become
very popular at Harvard. It started
with scrub basketball, hockey, the fall
handicap and other forniB of athletic
Tho faculty of the University of
Illinois has adopted a now resolution
which says that "a student found
guilty of dishonesty uy tho faculty
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country, and their existence is not
only a good thing for their members,
but for the Institution they represent.
The New .York Sun recently dis
cussed "College Courtesy." Among
the institutions where bowing or tip
ping the hat to the older members of
"the faculty prevails, are Columbia,
Princeton, Cornell, Brown, Yale, Stan
ford, Pennsylvania, Purdue, Indiana,
Colgate, Hobarfand California. Har
vard has no such custom, nor do most
of the larger state institutions of the
WeBt Nebraska men would have no
objections to tipping the hat to the
older professors, but they prefer to
discriminate among the younger instructors.
Why are college men looked at so
dubiously by outsiders when practical
matters are at stake? Do students
come to school with the serious pur
pose of getting power and culture or
merely to veneer themselves with the
joys of society, politics and student
enterprises? , Some people think that
unless, a man takes a technical course
he hasn't learned much in college.
This isn't necessarily true, but tho
shall not participate in any public ex
orcises as a member of any student or
thieving has been going on to such
an extent at tho University of Min
nesota that President Northrup took
occasion to condemn tho practice 1n
chapel, and called on the students to
help ferret out the guilty parties.
Michigan University has completed
her schedule of seven games and de;
cided that if an eighth is added it
will either be with Syracuse at Syra
cuse or Nebraska nt Lincoln.
At California the boating Interests
are suffering from a lack- of student
support. At a show given for the
benefit of tho crow, a mere handful
Cornell University proposes to build
a $10,000 club house to servo as head
quarters for the different college
Students in tho literary department
at Michigan are now required to. pre
sent to the dean excuses for all ab
sences from classes.
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Students' Debating Club meets.
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