The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 03, 1909, Image 2
S'J'MNppy a THE DAILY NEBRASKAN CONVOCATION -Tuesday, April 6 All Souls Church, Unitarian 5EEE J 1 '-.'..''... ... . r .. -' . v .earner ef H and Twelfth atta"( &H' &. x ' AWrrrrm r. TOnimuwsT.v' m.i.i.. t Freshman-Senior Debate fkl Beta Kappa Awwmctaeiits xAvr J. linaAUXHWll iBUltatQI. SetViccs UKX). Sunday School jt2KK)lj i.j. ,, -i.a Vvlll BtMdefiU'are cordially Invited to attwia It's services. h ) ! . A MS Sbe Palls flcbraeftnn THB PROPBnTY OF A THB UNIVBIlfllTT OF NHBfUBKA. Lincoln Nefcwulau " , j NUMB miT IAT EXCIfT SIMMY AM tlt-MAY BY THB STtiDBNT PUB, BOARD. fttllMMfl Ifwf, 121 'Mi 14M fl S-. : : : ,. , EDITORIAL STAFF. dlVtir, ,.'..,... Herbert W. Potter Managing Editor ,. Victor B. Smith Aeeoolate Editors ......,. Philip Frederick J .. u Carl J. Lord BUSINESS STAFF. Manager W. A. Jones Clroujate.r , .'A. M. Hare Aeeletant Circulator.. . Leslie Hyde - . a i ! ""'" ' ii ---- Editorial and Buelneee Offices BASEMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ. ., Pestoffiee, . Station A. Lincoln Neb, UBSOniPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Payable In Advance .. .' v 8(nle Copies. 5 Cents Bach. '' ' Telephone t Auto 1868. INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will be charged for at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion far enrr fifteen words or fraction thereof. Faculty notices and University bulletins will gladly bo published free. " " i ii i . Entered, at the postofllce at Lincoln, Nebraska, as second-class mall matter 'under the Aot of Congress of March S, '."79, . , , SATURDAY, APRIL 3, .1009. 1 s .The statomont of Captain Worklsor tJEat thoro la no placo sultablo for a rlflo rango noar Lincoln la raoroly an othor reason addod to tho Hat of rca sons that havo already boon givon why tho cadot encampment should not bo hold in Lincoln. Whqn all tho reasons arc gathorod togothor thoy will mako a prqtty formidablo Hat, and ono that, oi,'ght to mako thoao in ohargo of tho innttor hosltato boforo attempting to put Buoh a plan into execution. Memorial Mall I I I Jen A., M. being distributed at tho gates. If a 'ruling should bo mado that uu handbills should bo distributed near or than ono block to tho campus tho whplo problom would" bo aolvod. Vory, very few would ovor, undor Ihoao conditions, got within tho gates of tho campus and tho advertising possibilities of thla method would still bo not In tho least Injured. It would seem that tho unbearable appearance of tho campus whn atrown vith such handbills, would bo o'cU'iil 'natlllca tlon for tho action hero advocated. BAD ADVERTISING. - Tho distribution of handbills at tho different gates of tho campus has come to bo Quito a popular way of ad vertising not only university events but bargains that aro being offered by morchants of tho city and all man ners of things that aro of no spoolal interest tp university students. That this ia a vory offoctlvo way of adver tising must bo admitted. Tho student ia forced to take tho proffered handbill and nine cases out of ton its contents aro read. From tho view point of tho advertiser auch a practice la ideal, but Wore Is anothor sldo to tho question" COMES TO THE DEFENCE. A good deal of mututtul Mm recently found its way into tho collego preps which tends to cast doubt on tho valuo cf intor-colloglato debating. Tho Dally Curdlnal of tho Univoraity of Wiacon eln has folt called upon to combat this viow, and argues tho question aa follows; "Tho univoraity profeaaor wno ro- coutly raised a protest from Missouri against collego. debating, voices a framo of mind which is becoming far loo dominant in aomo univoraity fao ulties. Ho accuses debating of giving" the r.nlloiro man. 'who can havo no convictions,' 'lawyor-liko attitudes to ward tho truth.' And his argument stands or falls with tho assumption that tho collego man is infantilo li mind that ho Is incapable of enter taining convictions and void of tho power of aotlon. "This type of educator forgets, or doea not know, tho historic host of leaders and thinkers who havo. boon scarcely older than average collego men of today. It was in thdlr univer sity days that tho Wesloys started Methodism; tho German revolution of 184S found its generation largely in tho University -of Munich. Alexander Hamilton, Pitt, Bonaparte, Emmott, Gtrnoglo and Rockof oiler wore nt- CONCERT WAS WELL ATTENDED Duet and Village Band Prove Espe cially Pleasing. Tho univoraity cadot band gavo a cencort at tho University Templo last ovenlng tQ a packed house. Even standing room was dlfllcult to find. The band was undor tho direction of August Hagonow and gavo a program which was good throughout Sovoral numbors which proved very popular with tho audlonco wore tho cornet duot, "Tho Two Littlo Bullfinches," by Mossors. R. L. Harrison and A. E. Wood and "Tho Village Band." Tho la'ttor conslstod of a series of old, familiar soloctions given as a bur lesque of tho "Vlllago Band." Tho pluyors woro dressed in every variety of coatumo from that of a country pumpkin to all kinds of misfit uni forms which would havo boon a dls graco to anya band and tho playing consisted of such a aoriea of discords, and stops on tho part of tho director aa to mako tho piecea at times unin telligible Tho entiro program, which was well appreciated, la horo givon: Ovorturo Lo Macon Aubor Danco of tho Bayadoros, from the Opera, Feramors; Trot do Cava Hero Rublnatoln Duo, for Cornets Tho Two Littlo Bullfinches Kllng Messrs. R. L. Harrison and A. E. Wood Parting, from Symphony, Leonoro v Raff Religious Meditation Tho Last Hopo Gottschalk Humoresquo Tho Vlllago Band. Characteristic Poupoo Valsanteo Poldlnl Rustlo of Spring Binding Sf loctlon A Walts. Dream.- Staus Roy Nolson, 1910, loft yesterday to join tho party led by A. L. Bookloy in tho omploy of tho United States geological survey. Mr. Nolson expects to return to school to cdmpleto his studies next fall. . .... . i (in., .t .';. V) --if... M , New Store, 1415 Q Saturday Specials 25 Dozen New Ties 25c B U D D - Old Store, 1 141 Q Street Saturday Specials 5o Dozen Odd Vest 69c B U D D ..:T. " .Tha ''bills that aro distributed aro 'seldom 6f such a nature that anyono 'would desire to keep them for more than'a nasty glance. The result is that 'thoy' aro thrown away by nearly 'everyone not more than a hundred feet 'from whoro thoy havo boon- received. After a thousand, moro or less, of such handbills havo been thrown looap upon "tho campua and tho wind has done '.its part in distributing them the ap 'paranco of tho campua can well bo 'imagined. . Tie, habit of throwing tho bills upon .tho campus is universal. 'A few days "ago a largo number of advertisements wore given put at tho different gates, as had boon doscrlbod above. A num ber of tho moro prominent members of tho faculty were watched, and they ttoo. followed tHo general custom of ,, throwing away the cards as soon as ithpy werp within the university gates. 54 It is asking too much to require .,jthnt the students carry such advertise tmcnt8. until thoy got to a waste paper ,t,v-. " " fuaiij uul. wuriu IUHI juwe effort. It la equally unfair that sch,Jii(is should"Te jermltted to litter sho9vk put to. the necessary ex ,JjpMe,ot,gatherlng them up. The only sotiflo, tjien,, is for some action .to be takw to prevent such articles from trading attention before they wore twenty-flye. Lord Clivo left his pen and ledger to save India to tho British at twenty-three, and Descartos at tho samo ago evolved tho idea on which bit refprmatiop pf philosophy was baaed." x , Sli BIG EVENT FOR HERE (Continued from Page l) collegiato contest this season and its work will be watched with interest The men from' the ' Mound City are said to bo fairly strong this year and they wllf mako a strong bid for tho individual honors. This" afternoon tho varsity baseball squad will moot tho Lincoln1 westorn league team at Antelopo park at 3:30 o'clock in tho first' gamo between tho Guys and the Coirhhuskors for "this Ei-rlng; Tho collegians aro expected to givo the leaguers a hard rub, and many of the students will go out to tho park to see' tho opening exhibi tion. '' " . - The next baseball game in the fra ternity league, is scheduled to bo play ed between AlphavTheta Chi and Delta Tau Delta at the Vine street grounds Monday afternoon. It probably . will ocjir,! at 02 ; 30, o'clock.- BOEHLER 18 SUCCEEDING WEL - , Former Gymnasium Director Makes Good In Washington. Mr., J. P. Bohler, who was last year aisistant physical director at tho 'Uni versity of Nebraska,1 is making a great success pf his work as physical direc tor and basket-ball -coaoh at tho Uni versity' of Washington! Ho has taken no prominent a part in tap. direction of athletics at, that Institution that, tho collego paper dovoted a column in a rocent edition to ari appreciation of hip work. It speaks, of him as fol lows; r - "Washington state college has mado a decided acquisition in the securing of J. P. Bohler,, who is taking a promi nent part in ,tho 'direction of athletics in this institution.- if ' "Mr. Bohler, in addition to being physical director and conducting large classes in. gym work, has ohargo of the cdaoblng of the track and basketball teams as well as of the wrestlers and boxers. In addition to being a first class coach pfbasket ball, ho ,1s a paleadid player as was demon strated by his work on the faculty flye recently," M :: The junior hop committee will meet in Memorial hall at '11:80, Tuesday. 'April ,0, . "yv t,x-, -, vv !, i." -.-i- , ALL PEWS ARE FREE SifndaV, 'April 4 Sermon 8 bJectr'The' Idea of God, aneTlti Reli ttlon toXIfe." . ."., it"', . Social Ethics Class 12:15. Paul Grumnann; Leader. Dr. Luclle Eaves will continue her discussion of Social Settle ment,Work.. Libera) Religious Onion 4:30. For free discUsslon of religious problems. Active members are University students. All students are especially Invited to attend. l ;v.'t ..' AllgouU;ChurcU Is a free, fellowship for the worship of God and the service of Man. It Judges no man's character. It erects no bar riers of creed or doctrine. Its pulpit is a free pulpit comimtted to the search after Truth. - , . 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