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Entered at tho postofflco at Lincoln,'
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of Marota 8,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1009,
Tho froahman lawB matlo a mistake
In not ondorsing E. W. Hills for. tho
presidency' of tho 'sophomore class.
Acocrdlng to tholr Interpretation of
affairs Mr. HIIIb would havo boon por
foctly pllglblo to tho ofllco and It
would havo boon somothing decidedly
novol to havo ono man at tho sumo
timo president of both tho seniors and
tho sophomoros. Truly, the laws woro
At 11 o'clock this morning Norman
E. Hackott will, for tho second tlmo,
address tho student body. Whon Mr.
Hackott was In Lincoln two years
ngoho dollvorod an addross boforo
tho studonts, choosing for his subject
ShakCBpearo and his dramas. On that
occasion tho students showed tholr
interest In what ho had to say in a
way that tow peoplo who over spoko
at convocation can boast of. Whon
tho rogular timo for tho closing of
tho convocation hour camo Mr. Hack
et was urged by' tho students to con
tinue his address in spite of tho fact
that ;nost of his' audience would b'e
forced to miss classes. Mr. Hackott
continued his talk and not a student
Joft the room until ho concluded. Mr.
Hackott has a very pleasing person
ality and always- gives an intensely
interesting talk, Thooo who can afford
the; time to hoar him will certainly not
"A NEED FOR ACTION.
Tho sophomore class meeting yos
tordny.momlng developed a situation
that 'calls for deflnito and decisive
notion. The question of how acad
emic . students taking law shall be
ranked' has. beon ono that has always
eausod a great deal of confusion not
only in class politics but in inter-class
affairs, such as debating and athletics.
The oxperienco of tho sophomore
class yesterday morning, however, has
brought matters to a head, and makes
Jt imperatlyo that somo action . be
taken so that in the future such a
scene cannot be repeated.
v4 . There seems to be affair justifica
tion for the position of some senior
academio students who take .tholr do-
Ugree from the law school Jn 1911 that
they have a right to vote in sopho-
jnore claB8 meetings. Senior' acad-
erniK8t.udent8 certainly have a right
toTOtes In their own clana meetings
regarSiess 'of the fact as to. whether
or not tiley are taking law, The prop-;
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Wednesday, March 3d
osltion, howovor, that a man can bo
a mombor of both tho sophomore and
sotilor classes at tho samo timo is
absurd and impossible.
Tho solution of tho difficulty is to
ask that n deflnito ruling bo mado on
tho proposition onco and for nil tlmo
by tho univorsity authorities. Tho
registrar has declared his willingness
to mako a ruling on tho subject if
tho intondod classes request him to
do so, and now 1b certainly tho tlmo
that somothing should bo done.
Whonovor inter-class contests havo
boen hold in tbo past tho position of
law students has boon uncertain and
has not only caused a great deal of
confusion but many times a groat doal
of Injustice. It has boon necessary
for the whole question to bo rehashed
every timo that an intorclass event
has beon held and there havo been
as many dlfferont decisions of tho
question as thero havo beon times
that it haB boon considered. Tho only
way to got anything doflnito is to
loavo tho wholo mdtter to someono
capablo of deciding it, and then en
force that decision in the future.
ADOPT8 NEW PLAN.
Tho control of athletics, which has
beon causing so much discussion at
Nebraska during tho past year, is a
subject that is taking tho attention
of othorBtUdent bodies as well as our
own. Prlncoton has recently adopted
a now system that promises to prove
a Buccess in that institution nnd tho
plans may well be studied with profit
by other schools, Tho plan in brlof-ls
"Each major branch 1b to bo con
trolled entirely by a graduate commit
too appointed especially with respect
to Us fitness, to form tho, policy and
What's tho ubo of a fellow paying
$4.00 nnd $5.00 for a pair of shoos,
.when he don't havo toj I claim my
shoes are worth that much, nnd my
price 1b $3.50. I will stake my rep
utation on thlB, and I can't afford to
lose my reputation. Loads of 8prlmj
Hats all $2.50.
guide tho, development of its partic
ular team. Some such policy will also
havo to bo followed In the case of tho
minor branches bf sport. Tho fact
that the plan has not been developed
ao yet for othor-branches-tlmn the
football need caiiBe no anxiety. It
has always been regarding football
that the complaints of mismanage
ment and lack of responsible author
ity have been most often made. Thy
baseball and track management and
those of the minor teams havo not
met with as much criticism and can
well bo left as at present to await
tho result of this bxperimont In tho
caso of football.
"The greatest benefit which will
undoubtedly be derived will bo that
each branch of sport will secure "the
undivided though and attention of a,
group pf men chosen especially be
cause of tholr actual experience n
that sport dnd their complete under
standing of Its' problems. With such
a plan worked out,1 carefully itf foot
ball next fall under the guidanco of
tho men whom tho committees h.lve
bo wlsoly chosen and In whom wo
havo completo confidence, thero is
ovory reason to look for decided nu-J
provoment. Then with this uccosb
as a precedont the application of the
same general plan, to all othor sport?
will be an easy matter and tlia natural
conclusion," k , ,
11:00 A. M.
Wednesday, 3 Norman Hackett in
Tomplo Thoator. 11 a. m.
Senior play staff moots in U 106 at
7 p. m.
Wodnosday, 3 Inter-class baakot-ball
gamo, juniors vs. freshmen.
Thursday, Convocation, String
Quartot. Memorial Hall. 11 a.m.
Junior Election or Officers. Mcmor
rial hall. 11:30 a. m.
Friday, 5 "Somo Aspects of tho His
tory and Geography of Disease,"
Dr. H. B. Ward. University Tom
plo Thoator, 5:00 p. m,
Friday, 5 Pershing Rifles' Hop. Fra
Friday, 5 Intor-class baBkot-ball
gamo, juniors vs. sophomoros.
Saturday, 6 Intor-class basket-ball
gamo, freshmen va. seniors.
Friday, 12 Junior-Senior inter-class
dobatc. Memorial Hall 8 p. m.
Saturday, 13 Sophomore-Freshman
inter-claBS debate. Memorial Hall
8 p. m.
Tuesday, 16 "Commercial Forest
Nurseries," L. O. Williams. N. 7
at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, -19 "How May tho Spread of
Infectious Diseases Bo Prevent
ed?" Dr. H. H. Walto. Temple,
5:00 p, m.
Friday, 19 Morcor Y. M. C. A. Tern
plo Theater, 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 2 "The Problem for Euro
peans in Colonizing tho Tropics,"
Dr. F. Croighton Wollman, of
Washington, D. C. Tomplo 5 p. m.
Friday, 23 "Social Problems In Their
Relation to Public Hoalth." Prof.
Qcorgo E. Howard. Temple 5 p. m.
Happenings of the PatH
Seven Years Ago.
Senior class hold an exciting elec
tion to choose tho class president.
Eight enndidatos woro In the Hold
and tho election finally wont to R.
Six -Years Ago.
A throe-column article was placed
upon tho front page of tho Daily
Nobraskan discussing the lack of col
lego spirit at Nebraska and the cause
Five Years Ago.
Two basket-ball games woro ar
ranged for between tho girls of the
University of Nebraska and tho Uni
versity of Minnesota.
The girls' basket-ball teams pledged
fifty dolalrs to tho Tomplo fund,
Fopr Years Ago.
"Tho resignation of Dean Pound of
tho law school yvai accepted by tho
regents. wA largo petition was pre
sented from tho studonts of tho law
school protesting against tho accept
ance of,hIs resignation,
, One Year Ago,,
Figures from Urn registrars olllco
showed a large increase in tho num-.
bor, of students reported for deljn-
ntinnnlnu In n itrllna
ouencles In studios.
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