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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Entered nt tho postofnoo at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ns Bocond-clasB mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 11)00.
Tho UnlvorBlty of MlflHourl Iihh re
cently taken notion to Bee that tho
wearing of "M'b" In that school shall
bo Hinltod to thoso who havo won
thorn, and has also raised tho stniul
nrd so thnt fowor "M'b" will In tho
future bo granted. Sltnllnr action is
in ordor at NebraBlm.
Tho choico of Bishop Williams to
deliver tho bacculauroato Bcnnon to
tho senior class is bno that has mot
With universal approval by tho 'stu
dent body. Dr. Williams 1b a very
nblo speaker and a man who is well
known throughout tho state. Tho
university was romarkably fortunato
in having for so long a tlmo a chan
cellor who was qualified to act In this
capacity. The choico of Dr. Williams
moans, however, that Dr. Andrews'
placo will bo creditably filled.
At tho Tomple theatro nt fi o'clock
this ovoning Dr. F. Creighton Well
man will -discuss tho BUbJect, "Health
Probloma for lUuropeniiB In Colonizing
tho Tropics." Dr. Wellman is a man
of national reputation and one might
almost say international, and tho good
Friday, 2. Swedish ciub meotfil, N.
100, nt 8 p. m.
Friday, 2. -"Tho Functions of Play
grounds in Commonwealths," Leo
V, Hanmor of New York City,
Memorial Hall 8 p. nf.
Legislator's program, Komonsky
Club. Sclenco Hall, Temple, 8
Friday, 2"ThG Problem for Euro-
penn'B in Colonizing tho Tropics."
Dr. V. Creighton Wollman, oC
Washington, D. C. Tomplo 5 p. m.
Friday, 2. -Band Concort. University
Cadet Band. Tomplo Theatro,
8:0, p. m.
Saturday, 3. Baseball,: Lincoln
Lcaguo vb. Nebraska.
Saturday, 3. Joint Y. M.Y.'W. C. A.
, banquet at St, Paul's .church, G
Tuesday, 6. Special Convocation. In
torclnsB championship debate.
Phi Beta Kappa announcement,
Momorinl hall 10. Classes excused.
Wednesday, 7. Easter Vacation be
, gins at 6 p. m.
Wodnosday, 14. Eaatc Vacation ends
nt 8 a, m.'
Wednesday, 21. Baseball: Kansas
' AggleB vb. Nebraska.
Thursday, 22. Baseball: Lincoln"
League vs. Nebraska,
Friday, 23 "Social Problems in Their
Relation to Public Health." Prof.
Georgo E. Howard. Tomplo B p. m.
Mbnday, 26. Baseball: Unlvoralty of
Missouri vs. Nebraska.
TueBday, 27. Baseball: University of
Missouri vs. Nebraska.
Tuesday, 2,7. Forestry Lecture: "Sci
entific Problems in Forest Planta
tions," by Prof. Phillips. N 7 at
7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lecturo, Stnto
Problems In Wisconsin," A. Q.
Hnmel; "Utilization In Wiscon
sin," J. C. Kettrldge, N7 at 7:30
Saturday, May 15. Basoball: Drake
University Vs. Nebraska.
Tuesday, 25. Forestry lecture: "For,
est Typos In the Philippines,"
"Bill" Pagaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in the Philippines." M. Lazo.
Friday. 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 20. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
in quostion. It is not a decrease In
brain matter but simply a decrease
In his address of welcome to now
students three years ago, Dr. And
rews, then chancollor of tho unlvor
slty, stated with a force that those
who heard him will never forgot that
tho unlvoralty was a place for work
and not for play. Ho decalred that
the university had no uso for n lazy
man or ono who canio hero to be
you're taking some part in all
sorts of actiofties, eoery day, if
you're not a part of the game,
you're looking on. So is eoery
body else, they're looking on
you, and your clothes are a
ptfrt of what they see. .. ? .
If They Are
you needn't toorry about the
impression you'll make-if your
conduct is as good as these
"clothes, you're all right. This
spring toe are featuring exclus
ioe models in Young Men's
Suits. Very strong ualues are
offered at $10, $15 and $18,
Armstrong Clothing Company itifiX
Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Fine Clothing
that a popular man Is ablo to create
for himself and without any back
ground of hard, conscientious work
Is a mockery.
Participation In student activities
does undoubtedly give n polish to the
student that Is Invaluable, a polish,
however, without any background Is
of about as much value as a college
education which consists of nothing
more than a round of pleasuro and
participation in activities other than
studies. Tho truo wny for tho stu
dent to do is to first get tho founda
tion that -comes only through hard
study and close application to work
and then while he is an upper-classman
engage In outsldo things.
U4t0. Two Stools 1415,0.
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nnmo of the university demnnds that
at this meeting ho bo welcomed by
a largo number of Btudonts. Dr.
"Wellman will discuss -a question that
Is of peculiar interest bocnuso of tho
fact that tho Unltocf States is engaged
in solving thiB very problem In Pan'
nma and in her insular possessions.
TOO LITTLE EARNE8TNES8. ,
111 tho last issue of the University
Journal Professor George R. Chat
burn, In speahng of tho causes of
delinquencies, declared that tho at
moBphero of earnest study was not so
promlnont about tli'o university at the
present time as It had ueen in the
past. Ho summarized IiIb opinion on
tho subject as follows:
j "Thoso who havo been connected
with tho university for several years
can appreciate that thoro Is a de
crease In th6 earnestness of the aver
age student. Tho vocation of tho stu
dent' should be study, conscientious
nnd strcnous study." -
An examination of old flies of tho
,jDnlly Neb'raskan leads one 'to the
same conclusion. Tho old hearty
; unified spirit that gave loyal support
.to events which now have to struggle
jiforjfH- bare existence Isjioseqn on t,ho
. cRiripus, The .word "earnestness" is
Exactly the one o apply to the case.
amused, and that if there were any
Bitch tho quicker' they left tho better.
This is a point of view that needs to
bo emphasized and It is fitting that
tho Btudent body should constantly
have impressed upon its mind tho fact
that was s'tatod bo forcibly by Dr. An
drews when ho declared that tho .uni
versity was a placo for work and not
Many college professors, s having
seen the offoct which participation- In
so-called Btudent activities has upon
scholarship advocate tho Idea that
students should devote themselves ox
clulsvely to class work. Thoro Is a
great deal to" bo 'said In favor of
such an Idea, but If tho "college
grind" Is to be tho result It were
better to have a lack of earnestness
or In fact almost anything. Tho Ideal
way is -not to rule out student activ
ities, but to take such action that
.the student will not have his attend
tldn taken by outside things until ho
becomes an upporclassman.
University work Is always difficult
,for ,a first year man to carry, and
carry credibly. If instead of getting
k solid foundation in his work ho nt
dnco leaps Into the pleasures of cpl
logo llfo, and tho many time-consuming
college activities It' woro better
legellfo filled with the many aqtlvltles
that he had stayed at homo. A col-
Happenings of the Past
Six Years Ago.
Arrnugemonts woro made whereby
James Beltzer, tho crack baBoball
pitcher, could register In school and
play on 'tho nine.
Five Years Ago
Adobate between Kansas and Ne
braska was arranged for April 29, In
an effort to retrieve past defeats an
entiroly new system of argument was
adopted, based upon the syatom In
use at Nebraska.
Four Years AOo.
Twenty-two seniors were chosen for
membership to Phi Beta Kappa.
Among those, flvowero men and tho
other Boventoon were women,
Thjee Years Ago.
A committee was appointed by the
junior class to Investigate tho report
6f tho chairman of the junior prom.
Witnesses woro called before the com
mittee to give bvldonco and the mat
ter was sifted to tho bottom.
, One Year Ago. ' "
'Girls' basket-ball team defeated
Minnesota by. a scoro of 9 .to 3 in
Minneapolis. On tho homo floor a
bhort time 'before Nobraska -was de
feated by tho scoro of 28 to 22',
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