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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
Publication Office, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor-in-Chief Roit Kino, '08
Mnnaglno Editor Q. L. Fenlon, '08
AMOclate Editor R. L. Harrli, 10
Manager Qeorao M. Wallace, '10
Circulator W. A. Jonet, 10
Aitlttant Circulator L. J. Woaver, '10
Editor-in-Chief 2 to 4 p. m.
Manager 9 to 10 a. m.
And you can't say that the organiza
tion Is Intended for anything but the
' Editorial and Business Office:
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Telephones: Bell A 1466, Auto 1888
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 conte per Insertion
for every fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free
Entered at the postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as Becond-class mall matter
under tho Act of ConprCBB of Marco 3.
What do you know about Arbor Day1
Rest always enables one to look at
things more sanely. We don't always
feel Inclined to work when the warm
days come, but after vacation Is not
tho time to let feelings get the better
of ones best Judgment. Now Is the
time to break the record In what Pro
fessor Fogg, In his excellent talk In
chapel the other day characterized ns
"faithful consistent work."
President Eliot's Advice.
Young college Instructors should
live in a state of single blessedncsB,
according to President Eliot of Har
vard University, who lectured on "The
Trustees," at Northwestern Unlversi
ty. Only when the Instructor had ad
vanced to an assistant professorship
should he contemplate matrimony, is
the view of the eastern educatof.
"The trustees of a university should
use careful judgment In regulating the
scale of salaries for teachers and of
ficers of the university,' Said Presi
dent Eliot. "The salary for an in
structor should be the amount needed
by a young unmarried man to live
comfortably but not In luxury. The
salary should be advanced as the in
structor gains In usefulness, and by
the time he Is ready for an assistant
professorship hiB salary should be
enough to enable him to support a
wife and two or three children com
fortably, but not In luxury. Under all
circumstances the trustees should use
good judgment In arranging the scale
of salaries, and take into considera
tion the circumstances and surround
ings of each separate instance.
of tho clasp
is cost. It's
flat tho only abso
lutely flat clasp garter
b tho Brighton. Milli-
oub of men know this buy
them and wear them. Tho wear
is there, and they cost only a quarter
a pair. Remember it.
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aro made of
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Tho patterns ore
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ety enough to satisfy
everybody. All mciol parts
arc of heavy nickel-plated brass.
If your dealer can't supply you, a
pair will be sent upon receipt of price
imtil or PIWmi S8SFEMCM
Now that tho student body is to have
a voice In the management of athletics
it becomes Incumbent upon every male
student to prove tho wisdom of this
franchise. Candidates' names will be
published long, enough beforehand to
enable men to consider their relative
merits. With the responsibilities that
fall upon this board a careful choice of
student members is extremely neces
sary. There Ib the athletic field propo-
The Graduate Club will hold Its last
meeting of the year at the home of
Governor and Mrs. George L. Sheldon
this evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor Sheldon and Professor
Howard will make short addresses
and the music for the evening will be
furnished by Prof. Robert Stevens of
the University Conservatory and Mr.
and Mrs. Enyeart.
All graduate students are cordially
Fir First Class Tailoring
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Friday, April 24.
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
ing. Thursday, April 23.
11 a. m. Dr. Clapp's Office.
Meeting of all who are Interested in
Saturday, April 25.
8:00 p. m. Temple Theater.
Dramatic Club play.
Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
Order Your Cornhusker.
Order your Cornhusker now from
any. of the Btaff or at the office. The
price will be $2.00 If ordered before
the day of publication and $2.25 after
wards. It wfll be the best publication
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vince the college man or young
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variety. Every model In the
whole stock has true custom
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Regal Oxfords have the slip
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sltion. We must have men who are
leaders in college, brainy men, men
who have either participated or taken
sufficient Interest otherwise to Insure
a knowledge of the duties of the posi
tion, and men with plenty of initiative.
Further than this a man's affiliations
ore not to be considered.
The Minnesota paper states that five
per cent of the male students are
either actively or otherwise affiliated
wlt,h'the Y. M. C. A. There are not
that many at Nebraska. Morals are no
more lax here, but there seems to be
a permanent misconception, as to the
nature of this organization. It is -not
especially Intended to help any one
class of men, but all the men In tho
University . If you think it is not
broad enough in its standards, you
have a standing invitation to come in
and influence it in the right direction.
ever put out at the University of Ne
braska. A limited number will be
published, bo order now.
Notice E. E. Students.
There will be a ' meeting of the
Junior and Senior E. E.' students to
complete the organization of the Uni
versity of Nebraska branch of the
American InBtltute of Electrical En
gineers, Friday, April 24th, at 10 a. m.
Room 210 Mechanics Art Hall.
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The Hon. A. C. Shallenberger wl
address the Lincoln Bryan Club at'
the Lincoln Hotel, Thursday evening,
April 23, 1908, at 8 p. m., on "The
Real Issue." The public is invited. .
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