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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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BY THEJ STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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EdItor-ln-Chlef Rom Kino, '08
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ior ovory nriecn woras or iruanun inoiuui.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
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Entered at the postofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Bccond-clasa mall matter
under the Act of Conpress of March -3.
While tho Athletic Board Is consid
ering the proposition of abolishing the
25-cent fee for voting and limiting the
candidates to "N" men, thero Is con
siderable discussion about tho campus
on both propositions. On the first tho
question morely Is whether the control
of athletics should bo loft to those who
support it strongest financially or
whether the interest of all should be
encouraged by a free ballot and with
out demanding a 25-cent proof of in
terest in athletics. The second propo
sition Is different.
It Is urged In favor of limiting the
candidates to "N" men, first, that thlB
By wearing one of those nice new ties at Fulk's new store.
Nothing will make a student appear so well dressed, wear
ing that last winter's threadbare suit, as that new spring
tie. He will not look so well dressed in that new spring
suit if he does not carefully select his neckwear.
O. A. FULK
will guarantee their Interest and
knowledge of tho problems with which
the Athletic Board has to deal. This
is true aB Wr as it goes, but the men
who are fortunately able physically and
otherwise to represent the University
have no corner oh interest in football.
Dean Pound would make a .better
member of tho board than most of
those who have won "Ns" at Nebras
ka. Manager Bucknor, of '03, is an
other example who had llttlo brawn
but plenty of brains and Interest In
the athlotios of tho school.
It is urged in tho second place that
the "N" men proposition would do
away with factional fights Ab far as
tho fraternities and barbs are con
cerned, limiting tho candidates wouVd
have little effect in this respect. Both
'factions have "N" men and could
chooso their candidates almost as easy
as under the present system. If this
1b an attempt to kill factional control
of riny sort it Is tho wrong remedy to
apply; for its results would bo tho
most exclusive factional control.
There Is nothing that could kill ath
letics quicker than to put them ox
cluslvely r tho control of the athletes.
The interest of tho students would
then amount to whatever Interest or
dinary spectators have minus the re
sult of their indlgnanco at having no
voice in the control of what Is their
affair, as much as It is the affair of
Election to the Athletic Board
should be open to all studentB and
voting to all Btudents, male and fe
male, without paying a cent fOr: tho
prlvllego or otherwise exhibiting an
interest In athletics. Give these places
to the best men, regardless of whether
they are fraternity men or not, or
whether they have made their "Ns,"
and then if a clique gets control it
won't bo tho fault of the system of
election, but rather tho fault of the
sluggish majority that tolerates it.
Editor Daily Nebraskan:
That thero should bo a change In
the qualifications and in the manner
of electing' the student members of
tho Athletic Board has been evident
for some time. The only question aris
ing in the minds of the Btudents is why
has the proposed change been delayed
If the student membership of the
Athletic Board wore limited to "N"
men thero would never be any ques
tion as to the member's Interest in
athletics. True, his time is pretty
well taken up with his athletic and
school work, but not so much but that
he would have sufficient time to look
after the business end of athletics.
But the worst evil of the present
system Is the 25-cent tax for voting.
To sell the privilege of voting is un
American to say the least. Why it
should be tolerated here in this insti
tution, which should stand for the
highest and best in political life, is
certainly beyond comprehension. Tho
student body of the Nebraska Univer
sity does earnestly entreat tho Ath-
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letlc Board to carry out tho proposed
Chicago's basket-ball team plays the
first game of Its championship series
with" Pennsylvania "next Saturday
night at tho Midway. "The second will
be at Phfla'delphia, on March 25. If a
third game is necessary, It will be
pulled off at New York on March 28.
Professor Smith "has given his sister,
Mary L. Smlm, charge of his class In
"Feeding." Miss Smith is an author
ity on poultry, and has been giving
the boys some practical lectures on
Pennsylvania football men will com
mence spring work April 14. The work
will bo easy, the idea being to teach
the rules, accustom the men to han
dling trie ball, and t,each them Penn
Tho Registrar of tho University of
Minnesota has sont out cards notify
ing" those who are delinquent In drill
or gymnasium work that they mutt
leave school or come around and mako
Let us take yovr measure today and
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in Style, Fit, WorKmanship and Quality
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Saturday, March 21.
8:00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls' basket-ball. Minnesota vs.
Friday, March 27.
Non-Commlssloned Officers' Hop.
Saturday, March 28.
8:00 p. m. Armory.
Annual gymnastic exhibition.
March 30 to April 4.
Monday to Saturday, inclusive.
Friday, April 3.
Engineering Society Hop.
Friday, April 10.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Friday, May 1.
Company B Hop.
Now spring shoes. Tan and patent
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worn this spring. We have a large
variety of the latest styles at popular
prlceB. Call and see them. Rogers &
Perkins, 1129 O.
Found A lady's purse in Physics
laboratory, Wednesday. Owner can
have same by calling ot Registrar's
The best place to eat intown is at
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Why not take your batii at Chris'
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Dr. .Hill, Dentist. 233 So. Eleventh.
Chapin Bros., florists, 127S. 12th.
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The diploma of University of Nebraska is accepted I 'for admission!
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