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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TII13 PUOPHUTY OF
TIIR UNIVHIIHITY OF 'NWnilASKA.
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Kntorod at tho pnHtnfllr-n at Lincoln,
NobrnHkn, h Moonnil-elaHH mall inattor
umtor tho Act of CNhikivhh of March 3,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 0, 1009.
WE8T V8. EAST.
It may bo true, ub a NobrnHkn pro
fessor Bnld yostdrday, Hint woBtorn
BtudontB nro Inferior to tholr onHtorn
brothron in tho application of tholr
montnl poworH, but It would be rather
hnrd to convlnco tho oducntorB of thla
Bootlon of tho country thnt bucIi Is
Thoro Ib rio reaBon why there Bhould
be any Ulfforonco In tho Intelloctunl
capacity of tho BtudontB of tho two
divisions. StudontB In both BoctloiiB
corrio of tho samo Amorlcan stock; in
fnct, tho west has many of Its young
pooplo at school in tho enst and tho
Btntos beyond tho Mississippi have a
croditnblo number of their young poo
plo in tho wostern schools. A diffor
onco In tho plan of study nnd instruc
tion may bo tho cause for the scorning
superiority of tho oaBtorn to the west
orn collego man In accomplishing mon
tal work, whilo the latter probably
is really tho equal of tho other studont.
Tho Nobraska professor's uttoranco
probably, was a sincere statomont, but
it undoubtedly would havo been more
just to ,havo said that tho eastern
man 1b a bettor student on some occas
ions than tho western collegian. Most
NobraskanB would bo willing to admit
this much, for they do not pretend to
hold tho highest rank all tho time. To
say tho easterner 1b greater in general
STEffEN QUITS TEAM
CHICAGO STAR HA8 NO TIME FOR
TRACK THI8 SEASON,
WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO LAW
Hard Blow to Stagg's Hopes, for ex-
Captain Was Best 8prlnter and
Hurdler Maroon Coach
CHICAGO, Jan. 8. Walter P. Stoff
on, Waltor Camp'B nll-Amerlcan quar
torback, who dug up an obscuro rulo
which pormittod him to add nn extra
season of track Work to IiIb athletic
career nt tho University of Chicago,
has withdrawn from tho maroon track
team, and will devoto tho romalndoi
of his coui'Bo to tho study of law.
Tho maroon ox-captain was tho best
hurdlor and sprinter Stagg had tor his
Indoor team, and tho loss will be a
heavy one. Tho maroon coach, sinco
Steffen's withdrawal, haB not n single
candidate of ability for tho sprints.
In tho hurdles, howovor, Steffen's
plnce will bo filled by Crowley, tho
varsity right half back.
Steffen's Action a Surprise.
Stoffon's action caino aB a big sur
prise, as It was known thnt a month
ago ho looked forward to tho Indoor
season with considerable enthusiasm.
In addition to hlB track work, ho ox
pected to mnko a try for tho basket
ball team In tho hopes of adding an
other "('" to his list. Ho haB the var
sity lottor now in two branches of
sport football and track nthlotlcs.
Coupled with tho announcement of
Steffen's wlthdrawnl came word that
Dogonhnrdt, tho star freshman high
jumper of Inst yonr, had not returned
to Bchool and would not join tho team
thlB winter. Degonhardt has a record
of close to six foot and wnB considered
ono of tho pillars of the tonm. Ho
was to havo taken Schommer's place
In tho high jump.
Stagg put his truck candidates
through a hard day's workout yester
day. Tho squad was small, but nearly
all the candidates for the team report
ed. Practico In starting was given
tho runnorB, Including middle and long
Claud H. Hlnman, '04, Is an Invest
ment brokor, Shirley hotel, Denvor,
Arthur I. Myers, '04, is In tho real
estate and investment business at
Saturday, 9 Sonhomoro hop at Lin
Tuesday, 12 Convocation "The So
clnl Instability of tho Jew," by
Frldny, 15 Non-Com Hop at Fratern
Mooting of tho Graduate Club.
AmcB basketball game 8 p. m.
Saturday, 16 Ames basketball gamo.
Informal dance 8 p. m.
Wednesday, 17 Y. M. C. A. mid-week
mooting. A. L. Weaver leads.
Frldnq, 22 Senior prom at Lincoln
Drake basketball gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 23 Drake basketbnll game.
Informal dance 8 p. m.
Monday, 25 SemeBter examinations
Frldny, 21) Sophomoro Informal at
KaiiBas basketball game 8 p. m.
Semester examinations close.
Saturday, 30 Kansas baBkotbnll game
8 p. m. Informal dance.
Monday, 1 Missouri basketball gamo
8 p. m.
Friday, 5 Junior Prom at Lincoln
Friday, 19 Minnesota basketball
gamo 8 p. m.
Saturday, 20 Minnesota basketball
game. Informal dance 8 p. m.
graduates of Doane, who received' the
A. M. degree In '05, are teaching in
the Btato normal school nt Spearflsh,
Esmer M. Mlxtor, '05, Is principal
of tho high Bchool at Drain, Ore.
Emma E. Morrell, '05, who taught
in the high school at Morris, Minn.,
last year, Is teaching In the Lincoln
CandlB J. Nelson, '05, 1b professor of
educational psychology, and superin
tendent of training in Nobraska Wes
OUvo Inez Orton, '05, who was
teaching at Carson, la., when the al
umni directory was published, Is now
Mrs. Anderson, nnd resldoB nt 5519
Monroe avenue, Chicago, 111.
J. C. Stevens, '05, is in charge of
the hydrographlc work for tho United
States geological survey in Oregon
and Washington, headquarters at
Budd's line up of Shoes are the best ever
always look out for unusual bargains and with
my cash buying I generally buy merchandise
right and you get the benefit Dollar offBudd
$2.50 and $3.50 Shoes at 1415 O Bundles of
H4I, O. TWO STORES 4S, O. new High Cuts at a price.
LsksVaBksB BsksM El LBHbIBLbm BBBaBksH
intellectual ability, though, is more
than jJiqy .can bolieve, and until pos
itivojproqf Is,..glvqn tlioy will havo to
disagree .with, "anyone who makes such
a smt, , -f
8TUDENT8 AND THE NEBRASKAN.
This is tho season of reduction
Bales. It is aiso the time of year whon
tho merchant watched his advertising
roturnVmbst closely. A nowspapor,
to pay expenses, must depend on its
advertising; the- circulation is the
profit ' 'With college papers, this is
ospopjafay true, on account of neces
sarily, 'limited circulation, Horo in
this taestorn country the average clr
Ucatioh is yet scarcely above tho
plnnA'of tho" high school paper, which
advertisers look upon as an object of
"charity" rather than n business prop
osition") placing their advertising.
A daily student paper such astho
Daily .Nebraskan is as yet a novelty
to then), and it is sometimes uMfllcult
to.raako'them see tho dignity it has as
compared With tho weekly or monthly
' . publication of tho small college. If
" yu W,9P!4 kave your university paper
;J&'p'aYjioxpenses jat. this season of tho
L fye&r Jit! id your duty 'to tho university
licfcpatronizp -the Nebraskan whenever
.jMwfjjffilW Jn taking adyaritage 6r th,o
$$fcc$iX' off Qrjnge 1 Jy Lincoln's best mer-
Addle ReynoldBon, '04, who has
boon teaching In the Albion high
school sinco graduation from tho uni
versity, 1b principal of the high school
at Ord, Nob.
Anna M. Tibbets, '04, is principal
of tho Teachers' college high school,
tho "University of Nebraska. .
Beatrice Walling, '04, is attondlng
Chicago kindergarten collego. Her
address Is 3715 Langley avenue.
C. L. Whoadon, '04, Is manager of
tho Chlckasha Light, Heat & Power
Co., Chlckasha, Ukla.
Fred R. Wright, '04, graduated from
tho college of law, 'University of Wash
ington, In 1908, and Is practicing law
at Wnynb, Neb.
Henry L. Bowlby, 05, Ib engaged in
tho 'work of his third year as instruc
tor in civil engineering In tho Unlver-.
slty or Washington, at Seattle.
Ben M. Clark, '05, Is principal of
schools at Edison, Washington.
P. C. Cullen, '05 is principal of
schools at Ely, Nevada.
E. O. Davis, 0G, Is assistant engin
eer, Union Pacific railroad, 1716 Six
teenth' street, Denver, Colo.
Hazel M. Gregg, '05, Is teaching at
Red. Oak, Iowa.
Sus'le Klnypn, '05, Is teaching at
Port Townsend, Wash. , . ', ,
'J. C. Llndberg and A. Q. Kennedy,
Carl D. Slaughtor, '07, is engaged
in engineering work at Boise, Idaho.
Bessie Smith, '07, is at home at
Schuyler this year.
Chester K. Smith, '07, who has been
on thoPanama railroad until recently,
Is at Lima, Peru, with C. H. Purcoll,
'0G. W. F. Rantsma, '07, is reported
in tho samo service.
Harry S. Smith, '07, Is In tho ser
vice of the U. S. department of agri
culture, Box 208, Dallas, Texas.
C. O. Stewart, '07, has a position
as Instructor In the University of
Iowa. Mr. Stewart received his sec
ond degree from the University of
Missouri last summer, and Is prepar
ing for the Ph. D. degree at Columbia.
Georgo F. Williamson, '07, Is teach
ing English in the high school at
Albert E. Wolf, '07, Is secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., at Seattle, Wash.
O. W. Wyatt, .of, Is a senior In the
College of Medicine, tho University of
Nebraska, 620 Bancroft St., Omaha,
O. T. Swan, '03, '04, Is In the for
estry service of the United States De
partment of Agriculture and is sta
tioned at Los Angeles, Cal.
A. E. Turner, '03, iB Y. M. C. A. Bee
refary, Apo. 279, Monterey, Mexico.
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