The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 25, 1909, Image 2
fe r ", ; "I, Ulljl t THE DAILY NEBRASKAN 6TMyf(jP ifin .j ,'& ."J r V o 1 ', fcbe Sall$ flebrashan THEI rnOPKRTY OP , s THE UNIVEI18ITY OP NEBRASKA Lincoln, Nourwikiu rllUSHEl EVERY BAY -EXCEPT tMK1 ANB M6NIAY BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD. frtlltlHH ItflCf, 126 Hfl, 14lh,St. EDITORIAL STAFF. Editor Herbert W. Potter Manaalna Editor.". -.Victor B. Smith Aiioclato Editor Philip Fredericks BUSINESS 8TAFF. Manager W. A. Jone Circulator T. A. Jamea Aailttnnt Circulator Leslie Hyde " Editorial and Bualnets Office: BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ. Poitofflce, 8tatlon A, Lincoln Neb. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Payable In Advance Single Copies. 0 Cents Each. Telephone: Auto 1688. INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged for at tho rnto of 10 contu por lnsortlon for ovory flf todn words or t motion thoroof. Faculty notices and Unlvorslty bullotlns will gladly bo published free Entered at tho postofTlco at Lincoln, NobraBka, as BCcond-clafia mall matter under tho Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909. ji"T ifc jfr U J,V W w V U X J Of tL O; ,tf V V p f rf y p fj j T fJZ fv p Thoro are at tho present tlino fy two vacancies In tlio staff of & tho Daily NobraBknn which tho editor wishes to nil within tho rioxt fow days. All Btudonts who aro interested in this kind S of worlc aro roquosted to see K tho editor as Boon as possible Ono hour's credit will bo glvon for tho work, and it will not bo nooossary for special roglBtra- tlon to bo made. Convocation-Thursday, Feb. 23d Mr. L. J. Hervog Piano Recital Memorial Hall lhO(A. M. Mr. Wobstor'B plea qt tho peace convocation for larger armies and na vies as a guarantee of peace scorns rathor strange on first thought Mr. Wobstor is like tho Irishman who do dared that ho was going to have peaco if ho had to fight for it. It is unfortunate from tho student point of view that none of tho basket- not in thought or In thorough prepar ation but in dollvory. Nebraska has novor boon surpassed in Intor-colle-glato debato in ability to present her chbo clearly, to marshall hor facts In tho strongest posBiblo form,, and to think rapidly and to tho point; but Nebraska has been surpasBOd In tho brilliancy and resourcefulness of hor BpeakorB. It is for this reason that anything whjph tonds to develop tho art of speaking at tho University of Nebraska will bo peculiarly wolcomo at this time. Undor tho auspices of tho Colloge Of Law an oratorical contest will Boon bo hold which deserves tho attention of all thoso who are interested in this kind of work. The contest Is tho only ono of tho kind that takes place at Nebraska during tho yoar, and it do BQrvcB enthusiastic support. An oratorical contest of this kind has more significance than tho aver ago university ovent. It lays empha sis upon ono sido of lifo that not only students but a great many pooplo out side of colloge lifo entirely fail to tako into consideration. It emphasizes tho importance of turning out work in such a way that it is easily under stood by thoso for whom it is in tended. How frequently ono hears a schol arly address that has tho most beau tiful thought entirely ruined by tho poor dellvory of tho speaker. How frequently on receives an Important letter bo badly written that It is Im possible to tell its exact meaning. In every walk of lifo work that is clear and easily understood Is ranked far nbovo work that in itself may bo far aero scholarly and havo taken far mora timo to proparo and yot 1b In University Bulletin ThurBday,25 Senior Election In Moin orlal Hall. 11:30 a. m. Thursdny, 25. Piano Recital by Mrs. L. J. Hor&og. Convocation 11 a. va Friday, 26. Paliadlan-Unlon meeting. Palladlan Hall, Temple, 8 p. m Friday, 26 Inter-class baskot-ball, ju niors vs. seniors. Friday, 26 Social Problems and Tholr Relation to Public Health. Prof. George E. Howard. Friday, 6 Vesper service. Memo rial Hall, 5:00 p. m. Chorus, String and Vocal Quartet. Saturday, '27 Intorclass- baskot-ball gamo, sophomores vs. freshmen. Saturday, 27 Students' Debating club. U. 106, 7:30 p. m. Marcn. Tuesday, 2 "Lumbering In Washing ton," E. G. Pollpys. "Microscopic Study of Wood," G. N. Lamb. N. 7 at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, 2 Sophomoro Election, Me morial Hall. 11:30 a. m. Dramatic Club business meeting U. 106. 11 a. m. WodnoBdny, 3 Inter-class basket-ball game, junlore vs. freshmen. Friday, 5 "Some Aspects of the His tory and Geography of Disease," Dr. H. B. Ward. University Tom plo Theater, 5:00 p. m. Friday, 5 Pershing Rifles Hop. Fra ternity Hall. Friday, 5 Inter-class basket-ball game, juniors vs. sophomores. J4hO. Two Stokes 1415, 0. SAY, FELLOW81 Have you seen my line of Spring Oxfords7. You'll miss half of your life If you don't. I have loads of Tan Ox fords, Patent and Dull Leathers, In all kinds and shapes; and the beauty Is, my price $2.50 and $3.50. WHY PAY MORE? ball games in tho championship Borles betwoon Kansas and Nebraska can bo played hero in Lincoln. Tho sup port which tho studentB havo given to baBket-ball this season shows that a good gamo is appreciated and will draw a crowd. It is also likely that tho Nebraska team would bo ablo to play a much better game at homo than away. Several of tho college publications whfch como to tho exchange table of tho Daily Nebraskan havo recently been Riven over, for onq or more is sues, to a staff of co-eds. This might bo an ldoa that could bo worked out by Nebraska irls, and developed Into 'something that would bo worth while. At tho University of Texas each class In the university has been given the opportunity of appointing" a board of editors, to tako charge of tho col-" lego publication forgone Jbsuo. Tho plan seems o havo boon started with the intention' of .promoting chiss riv alry and .giving to morp students tho Practlco of getting out tho college paper. Buch condition whon it Is finished that it cannot .bo valued at its full worth. It Is a fjequont exporlonco for stu dents in tho university to find that In soma classes they aro unable to con centrate their attention upon what the profesBor is saying. His lectures are unintdrcsting and a torturo to sit through. Anothor professor, on the other hand, with much loss roal learn ing:, makes his work so clear and bo easily comprehended that the student? go away with a Teal increase in tholr knowledge and much moro intorest in their work. Outsido of tho. university thlB same phase of lifo Bhows itself under diff erent forms. Everywhere thoro seemL to be a general failure to appreciate tho fact that tho way In which a pieco of work is presented is almost, as Important as .the content of tho work. Tho oratorical contest which will soon bo held by tho colloge of law lays 'emphasis upon exactly this phaso of life, and 1b therefore of deep significance. It should arouse keen competition among all university stu dents who aro At all iqt'prested in this lino of work. FILLS A NEED. It hap come tt bo a well recognized fact that tho weakest pla.ee In ty$ braska's Intercollegiate debating Uo3 Friday, 5. "Tho Problems for Euro peans in Colonizing tho Tropics." Dr. F. Crelghton Wellman of Washington, D. C. Temple, 5 p. m. Saturday, 6 Inter-class basket-ball . gamo, freshmen vs. seniors. Tuesday, 9 "Somo Principles of De velopment," J. Caroll Knodo. Student convocation. Friday,' 12 Junior-Senior lntor-clasB debate. Memorial Hall 8 p. m. Saturday, 13 Sophomore-Freshman inter-class debate. Memorial Hall 8 p. m. Tuesday, 1C "Commercial Forest Nurseries," L. O. Williams. N. 7 at 7:30 p. m. Friday, 19 "How May the Spread of Infoctlous Diseases Bo Prevent ed ?" Dr. H. H. Walto. Temple, 5:00 p. m. The members of tho Medical Society had their pictures taken yesterday morning for the CornhuBker. 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