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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Ebe BallE IRebragftan
THE PROPERTY OF "
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AMD MONDAY
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' EDITORIAL 8TAFF.
Edltor-ln-Chlof.. . . , Rosa King, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fenlon, '08
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Manager Qeorgo M. Wallace, MO
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for every fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, .as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3.
Will tho Democrats shed "Brine"?
Minnesota students recently In
dulged In a class scrap. When Presi
dent Northrop came out to remon
strate with them the fight was re
moved to a different part of the cam
pus, where several Freshmen were
chased up Into the trees, but succeed
ed In escaping the pursuers by passing
from tree to tree by the Interlaced
branches. It Is said that this was the
JlrBt fight In the higher altitudes since
the Battle above the Clouds. At any
jrAte.Jt.RB a jnonKey-performance, fort
the persistence of the students was
worthy of a better cause. .
A young man once entering college
was advised to be a "Joiner." The ex
planation which followed was not to
unanimity In such matters. Each must
apparently consider his personal and
departmental Interests first and these
are so complicated as to prevent him
from doing many things which may
offend tho Interests of a fellow profes
sor. It Is upon the student body then
that many things fall. And this Is a
good thing; for as composits of thoso
we work with broadening interests
of this nature make broader men and
Let us be "Joiners" in working for
the best interests of Nebraska.
The committee of judges w,ho chose
the Intercollegiate debating squad
were: Professor Fogg, Professor
French, Dean Costigan.
Concerto No. 5, E Flat Major
Adagio un poco moto
Miss Floss Denny.
Orchestral parts by Mr. Henry
The program will be given in the
Temple at the usual convocation hour.
This will bo the last appearance of
Mr. Eames' before a-Nebraska nudl
once for some time to come.
"Not many years ago," says the Bos
ton Transcript, "it would have been ac
counted akin to here3y to propose for
the president of an American universi
ty or college a man not a clergyman.
Now the tendency seems to be toward
choosipg executives for the higher in
stitutions of learning from the lay
ranks. It seems reasonable to suppose
that the profession of teaching, other
things being equal, should afford a
better training foT this responsibility
than the profession of divinity. Har
vard, Yale, Princeton and Chicago uni
versities have lay presidents, succeed
ing those taken from the clergy. Dean
Roberts, just elected to the presidency
of Colby college, Is another Instance,
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study books, but to study man. This
was a good bit of advise. Student life
at a state university like Nebraska
offers unlimited chances for entering
activities that help to school and give
to the worker the great but incidental
benefits coming to himself. V
Everything that Is for good deserves
the attention and support of the stu
dents. But many fall to realize that
the undergraduate has any responsi
bility In this respect. They are apt
to. feel that matters of school policy
belong entirely to the faculty. Where
Is there an educator who would con
sider proposing the honor system un
less the students favored It and would
stand back of him? What faculty
member at Nebraska would have un
dertaken the recont Athletic Board
reform single-handed, or with tho help
of only his associates? Among mem
bers of the faculty there Is very little
and he won hlsTjroniotion In compe
tition" with a popular clergyman. Pro
fessor Harry Garfield will at tho be
ginning of tho next college year suc
ceed Reverend Dr. Hopkins at Wil
liams and it is thus that the record is
Wisconsin's defeat in the track meet
with Illinois was due to a hotel clerk,
so It Is said. The clerk failed to
awaken Messmer, the weight star of
Wiscons'n, with the result that Mess
mer missed his train.
The annual election of officers of
the Dally Illlnl, the ejght-page dally
paper of the students of the Univer
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of E. C. Ralney of Brubaker as editor
and L. V. Evjlrhart of Urbana as mana
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