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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909.
Whllo It is now doflnltely known
that Nebraska has won tho northern
chninnlonshlp in baskot-ball tho su
premacy in tho Bouthorn section is
still in doubt. So far as Ndbraska's
sympathies aro concerned they aro un
doubtedly with Kansas. There has
always been n keen sense of rivalry
botweon Kansas and Nebraska, and
tho fact that KansnB has already beat
en Nebraska twice in basket-ball this
season makes Nebraska students all
tho moro interested In having yot an
other opportunity to redeem themselves.
of tho University of Wisconsin is as
applicable to ,condltlons hero as at
Wisconsin. It desorves tho careful
thought of tho Btudont body:
"Lot us havo moro informal uni
versity gatherings. Among four thou
sand students thoro is hound to exist
radical differences in viows, tastes and
idoals. These dlfforcncos aro forces
that separate us. Add to these tho
disintegrating influenco of potty class
politics and small prejudices and a
big student body may easily become
'a mass of worrying atoms.' We need
thon some constant cementing force.
In order to produce student unity stu
dents must havo something In com
mon. The problem is occasionally to
get four thousand students to think
tho samo thoughts, havo tho Bamo im
pulses, do the samo thing at tho samo
time. This la tho touch-stone of col
logo unity, lionco our song fests, our
mass meetings, our gatherings at tho
union. Botter dno mass meeting than
a hundred formal dances from tho
viewpoint of College unity. There
ought to bo more mixing of Btudents,
so we may learn what wo all have
in common, when differences aro for
gotten and likenesses aro discovered.
This process results in student unifica
tion and makes ub not members of a
cllquo or club but Wisconsin stur
for Concert or Dances
G. F Thornburg, - - - Director
RalpbJ.Reld, - - - - - Pianist
Violin and Cornet instruction given at
Studio, 416 So. J7th. Auto 5877.
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTI8ER8I
Tho adoption- by tho Joint commit
tee of tho junior and senior classos
of a standard university pin is a long
IT SHOULD BE PERMANENT
Tho entertainment of tho members
of tile legislature by tho university is
an ovent that should be mado a regu
lar feature of tho biennial meoting of
tho state law-makers Instead of merely
a tomporary .affair. Tho university
desires that tho members of tho legis
lature should havo confidence in tho
way that tho university is being con-
Thursday, 18 Regular School of
"Music concert; Temple theater.
Friday, 19 Dr. H. M. McOlanahan of
Omaha. "Tho Economic Import
ance of tho Child to tho State."
Convocation, 5 p..m.
Friday, 19 Minnesota basketball
game 8 p. m.
Saturday, 20 Minnesota basketball
game. Informal dance 8 p. m.
Tuesday, 23 Annual Peace Program.
Judge Lincoln Frost of Lincoln.
Hon. J. L. Webster of Omaha.
Friday, 2G Freshman-sophomoro bas
ket ball game.
Saturday, 27 Junior-senior basket
Friday, 5 Pershing Rifles' Hop. Fra
Saturday, 6 Inter-class championship
on Flannel Shirts I have about 5 doz. left with
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stop in tho right direction. It is one
moro stop townrds a moro . thorough
arid moro unified university spirit.
All that can bo dono by tho upper
classos to mako it a permanent thing
has now been dono and it must de
pend for its continuance upon the good
hoiiso and loyalty of the under classes.
Tho faculty should tnko such a posi
tion on this question that it will never
in the future bo possible for any class
to abandon tho pin for some other
Rrofessor Crabtreo of tho Peru state
normal school touched upon a Bubject
that is of tho most vital importanco
and should havo tho greatest publicity,
when ho discussed at chapel thoffuos
tton of "Tactful and .Tactless Punish
ment." Improper punishment has
ducted, it desiroB that they should ap
preciate the great value of tho worlc
which tho university is doing for the
advancement of tho state. It Is but
natural that an assembly of men who
aro buBlly engaged in different parts
of tho state In tho practical work of
lifo should havo a very clear Idea of
tho work that tho Btato university is
doing and of its real value.
It Is only fair to them, it is only
fair to the university that they should
havo tho fullest opportunity of lmpw-
ing exactly what tho largest institu
tion of tho stato is doing. Tho only
way that they, can learn this is by
thomQlvcS'seelng tho work which tho
tBchoof Is doing. Tho visit of tho leg
islature in a body to tho university
glvs both the university and tho leg
islators exactly the opportunity that
been-tha cnuso of embittering moro voy nuuu.
students than porhapB any other ono ' The only muoriunato leaiuro oi me
nrifl students of tho7 entertainment of tho legislature this
Tho students of Kansas havo re
cently undertaken to entertain the
legislature of that stato In a similar
manner to tho scheme undertaken at
Nebraska with, however, tho vital diff
erence that tho students themselves
did tho entortalnlng. The total ex
penses of tho legislature Voro paid by
the school and tho day was spent as
a holiday devoted exclusively to tho
entertainment of tho legislature.
If a permanent holiday could bo
arranged for somo time during tho be
ginning of oach legislative session at
which tho legislators could personally
see tuo work tnat their school was
doing it would do an inflnlto amount
of good. Tho legislature, should
bo made to feel that they are
not dealing with some fordlgn
institution, but with their own
school, tho most Important property
of tho state.
universities and colleges of tlo
country who aro planning to
become teachers should havo tbobat-,
tontlon especially directed to this
problem before they aro sent put to
havo tho children of tho country
placed under their care,
I8N'T IT TRUE HERE?
year was tho fact that It was not n
reception by tho students but by the
faculty. Tho vital part of the work
that tho university is doing Js Its
education of tho students that aro In
attendance and a much moro yaluublo
knowledge of tho university would ba
obtained, if tho members of tho legis
lature word given tho fullest oppor.
The' following editorialwhich ap- tunlty of mingling with tho student
. peared recently In tho Djflly Cardinal, body.
Tuesday E. W. Hills, of tho Corn
busker Btaff, visited tho different
companies of tho cadet battalion and
laid tho plan before each company of
having their . picture .in tho Corn
busker. It was voted upon, and. car
ried almost unanimously in every com-1
pany, that (each cadet bo taxod twonty
flvoconts teach, to covor tho expense
of putting tho company picture in the
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Minnesota vs. Nebraska
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19th and 20th.
Informal Dance after the Game Saturday
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