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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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CONVOCATION-Tuesday, March 9
THE PROPERTY OF
THE 'UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Lincoln. Nebraska. ,
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for ovory flf teon words or fraction thoroof.
Faculty notlcos and Unlvorslty bullotlns
will gladly bo published free.
Entorod at tho postomco at Lincoln,
Nobraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1009.
Thoro is sonio consolation in tho
fact that Nebraska took nt lonst ono
of tho threo gamos played with Kan
saB in KanBaB City laBt wook. Every
' gamo -was a light from tho start to
tho finish, and tho defeats woro at
loast houorablo dofcats. Thoro is no
causo for feeling dlBcouragomont but
rathor determination that next year
Nebraska will not only nmko a good
fight but will win.
It has been a bollof about tho cam
mis that tho Nobraska law htudent
was Just about tho flnost specimen of
thriving manhood or which any school
could boast. Alas! tho happy dream
is Boon to bo dispelled. They have nn
ovon finer selection at tho University
of Illinois. Hero is what tho Dally
Ullni has to Bay of their future spell
binders: "Twenty seniors of tho co'lego of
- law have pledged themselves to-aliow
their mustaches a free and unlimited
growth. Already upon tho upper lip
of somo who anticipated the agree
mont thoro appears tho first faint
tutlon instead of a system of control
by the advlsoral committees. Tho
registrar, as soon as possible after
hearing of poor work on tho part of
a student, will notify his advisor who
shall Investigate tho matter and in
case of necessity recommend action
by the dean of tho collcgo concerned.
A student delinquent In one-half of
his work at mld-somoster shall bo
placed on probation and not allowed
to re-reglBter for anothor semester
unless ho .attains a passing grado in
nt least half his work.
NEEDED A LITTLE ENERGY.
Nebraska has no glee club. For a
whole year this stato of affairs has
been permitted to exist in this uni
versity. Nobody claims that Nobraska
has not sufficient musical talont to
moro than support such a club; thoro
Is no contention mnde thnt thoro is
not enough interest among tho stu
dontB to make such an organization
more than n success. Under bucIi cir
cumstances the lack of an active gloo
club is a shame and a disgrace to'tho
It 1b contonded by formor mombors
of tho club that it was found Impos
sible to keep tho club alive because
the faculty refused to allow any uni
versity credit for tho tlmo that was
thus Bpent by tho members. It is un
doubtedly the ense that university'cred
It Is earned Just as much iby members
of tho -glee club as by members of
tho chorus to whom credit is given.
It is undoubtedly true thnt tho time
which a successful gleo club demands
should have recognition In tho form
of university credit, but UiIb is not
If It is imposfliblo to have a gleo
club because the membersjcannot get
ono hour's credit for their work then
there is somothing radically wrong
with the student body. If .there 1b so
little interest in music that the fail
ure to get ono hour's credit will dis-
Tuesday, 9 Latin Club meets nt 745
South lfith St. Evening.
Tuesday, 9. "Monologue" by Walter
B. Tripp of Boston. Convocation,
11 a. m.
Mr. Walter B. Tripp of BoBton, Uni
versity Templo Theater, 8 p. m.
Thursday, 11 Violin recital by Mrs.
Silcnco Dalos-Knapp. Convocation,
Memorial Hall, 11 a. m.
Friday, 12 Junior-Senior inter-class
debate. Memorial Hall 8 p. m.
Saturday, 13 Hawkey e Club meets
with Prof, and Mrs. Chntburn,
2805 P St. Evening.
Saturday, 13 Sophomore-Freshman
intor-claBS debate Memorial Hall
8 p. m.
Tuesday, 10 Sophomore election of
ofllcers. Memorial Hnll, 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, 1G. "Factors Affecting
Stream Flow," by Dr. O. E. Con
dra. N 7 at 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, 1(5 "Commercial Forost
Nuraorios," L. O. Williams. N. 7
at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 19 "How May the Spread of
Infectious Diseases Bo Prevent
ed ?" Dr. H. H. Walto. Tompjo,
5:00 p. m.
Friday, 19 Mercer Y. M. C. A. Tem
ple Theater, 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, 30. Forestry Lecture: "For
mation of Forest, Soils" by Prof
Barker. "Moisture Study in For
est Soils," Prof Hoyser. N 7 at
7:30 p. m.
Friday, 2 "The Problem for Euro
peans in Colonizing tho Tropics."
Dr. V. Crelghton Wellman, of
Washington, D. C. Temple 5 p. m.
Friday, 23 "Social Problems In Their
Rotation to Public Health." Prof.
George E. Howard. Templo 5 1: m.
Tuesday, 27. Forestry Lecture: "Sci
entific Problems in Forest Planta
tions," by Prof. Phillips. N 7 at
7:30 p. m.
U4ltO. Two Stools 4&,0.
Bought 60 dozen 8prlng Hats from
an Orange, N. J., manufacturer, that
were made to sell at $3.50 and $4.50.
My cash buy enables me to sell them
at my same old price $2.50.
WHY PAY MORE?
shadows of .the coming wonder. Yet
a few weeks moro and tho visagos of
all In that bravo ambitious band of
twenty will blossom with tho undeni
able Inslgnias of later adolescence."
A number of westorn collego papers
have recently relieved the jnonotony
of getting out the paper overy day by
making ono lssuo a take-off on somo
prominent paper. The Dally MisBour
ian recently Issued a yellow edition
which fairly scroamod with murders
and scandAls. Tho Pacific Dally
Wave has made one edition an imita
tion of a promlffbnt foreign newspa
per. If theso papers would adopt as
thoir model what an ideal collego pa
board of advisors constituted as de
termined by tho faculties of tho sev
eral colleges. Recommendations were"
.made to the faculties of tho college of
literature, science, and arts, and of
the teachers' collego that tho assistant
board, of advisors consist of tho full
professors of the departments offer
ing required ' work. Each now stu
dent should bo assigned to one of tho
.f.Q4yisors pf his collego by consecutive
t.order and this professor should re
main bis advisor until he should select
his major requirement for graduation.
Furthfer resolutions wore adopted
recommending tho abolition of tho do
llnquency committee and tho substl-
rupt an organization with tho prestige
and standing of tho Nobraska glee
club It is time' something radical was
It 1b undoubtedly hard for a club
to bo maintained without somo finan
cial support from tho university. This
the club ha3 not hnd in ttio past and
this Is one. of tho principal reasons
why the club was disbanded when it
was. No bettor investment of funds
could bo found by tho university than
in the giving of sufficient support to
this organization to make it posslblo
for It to carry out with success tho
plans which have been attempted" in
But whether or , not any credit Is
given for tho work, whether or not
any financial support is received, by
the club, It Is yet possible for the
organization to be maintained and to
perform a-vast amount of good work.
Someone Is needed to take the leader
ship in organizing a ;iew club; some
one Is needed with the Interests of
tho university at heart, someone who
Is not afraid of work, someone who
appreciates the place"1 of "music and
tho part it ought to play In tho work
of a great university.
Charles Landers, 1912, enjoyed a
visit from his parents for tho past
few days. ,& ,
Happenings of the Past
Seven Years Ago.
Thota Nu Epsllon gave a danco at
Walsh Hall. Eighteen couples were
present and tho docorations wero re
ported to bo exceptionally fine.
Six Years Ago.
Nebraska plans to play Kansas state
university and Haskell on the same
evening with two teams of about
Five Years Ago.
Three university literary societies
gaye a joint party In Art hall. Tbo
affair was an Innovation, as It was
a strlotly non-dancing party. ' '
Four Years Ago.
Nebraska entomological society
was formed by thoso speclalhlng in
tho departemnt of entomology.
One Year Ago.
Basketball team finished Its last trip
of tho season with a record of seven
games lost and one won.
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