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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
She g)allE Tflebrasftan
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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EdItor-ln-Chlef Ross King, '08
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Entored at tho postofneo at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
Under tho Act of Con proas of March 8.
Next Friday aftornoon Minnesota
University will send a track team to
Lincoln to compete with the Cornhusk-
ers. The meet will take placo nt the
State Fair grounds. The opposition of
the Q. A. R. piused Manager Eager to
change the date of the meet, which
was originally scheduled for Decora
Minnesota has already conceded that
she will lose tho meet. Manager
Eager wrote Manager H. E. Leach, Of
the Gopher team that he would pay
half tho cost of a pennant to go to the
winning team. Leach answered that
he did not care to pay half the price
"Of a banner to present to Nebraska
Although the meet will bo held at
the Fair Grounds, there ought to be a
good crowd out. It Is costing consider
able to secure a meot of this character,
which Is not at all what a Kansas or
foro examination, but to require that,
a student do work In two recognized
departments of the University simulta
neously Is neither reason nor Justice.
Tho result of such injustices to the
Froshmen Is that they leave Bchool
nauseated by over discipline nnd re
turn to register for a sluffer's course
the next year. It is a hard provision
that for nine students In ten the first
two years in college are a horrid
nightmare; that the third Is only bear
able; that by the end of the fourth
when he hns learned how to go to col
lege nnd when college has first begun
to be a glad fnmlllar home-like place,
the whole thing Is lopped off In a trice,
nnd we carry nwny n bunch of sick
memories of what might have been.
The comparatively small attendance
at regular chapel exercises to which
the hour Is devoted for all classes ns
compared with a rather full attendance
at such special exercises ns that of
Dr. Wiley's lecture lost week, leads
to the Inquiry of whether using one
fourth of the recitation time of the
morning for exercises regularly at
tended by a very small portion of the
Btudents Ib worth while. The students
who attend these special convocations
"sluff" their classes either alone or In
company with the rest of the class and
the Instructor, and although smiling on
such a thing would not at first thought
be wise, yet the waste of time for the
regular convocation Is enormous. Why
not let those who desire to attend de
votional exercises refrain from regis
tering for an eleven o'clock and those
Who attend only for the educational
side of convocation decide whether the
given program Is more Important than
the recitation on That particular day?
Ono one-third more recitation hours be
fore dinner would make an enormous
difference to many students who now
must stay on the campus all day for
one afternoon recitation.
S6voral college papers are entering
Into politics by giving their support to
A Souvenir Spoon
would be just the thing for a graduation remembrance
.or, when you leave take one home with you. There is
something so "tasty" and so pleasing about a souvenir
3poon. They are serviceable too. "We have an
elegant line to pick from Uni as well as Lincoln.
HENDERSON to, HALD, 132 NO. 10TH STREET
local moot would ho. Unless good
competitions like this are pushod by
the students without any field, track
work will soon decline in Interest!
This afternoon the cadets leave for
camp and tho Freshmen are experienc
ing tho biggest Injustice of all the In
justices ofjjthe first year in school.
They are iryhig to get their work in
shape bofore leaving and in order to do
this must do, two weeks' work in one.
Why such an uncompromising spirit
. between departments should exist year
after year is hard to understand. The
military work is absolutely required
and yet a good many papers are plan
ned so -that the week of camp 1b in
cluded Ip tho time of preparation. Fre
quently professors give final tests, a
large part of whlcli are on the material
covered in the last few ''days of Bchool.
Undoubtedly tho wook of rest from,
studies at.camp is not a bad thing be-
different presidential candidates. The
Cornell Sun and the Brown Herald are
lined up for Governor Hughes. The
Yale News favors Secretary Taft, an
alumnus. The Pennsylvnnlan Is for
Senator Knox. The Daily Piincetonlan,
by favoring Judge Gray, a democrat of
Delaware, Is the only college dally
which lias taken a stand for democ
racy. Tho Cornell Sun says tho fol
lowing of the Prlncetonlan's attitude:
"We congratulate it upon getting into
the contest with a candidate of such
caliber, and venture the hope "that he
may even be successful In securing the
nomination, in which case, with the
Sun's candidate, Governor Hughes, In
opposition, the Intelligent American
citizen must rest easy, knowing that
which ever party was victorious, tho
country would be well run for tho next
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