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THE, DAILY NEBRASKAN
(Ebe E)ailE IRebraoftan
THE PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
IIUSIKI EYEAT 9AY fftCEF SHRT ! W
BY THE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
fttlititlM Hfks, 121 N. 14th St
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altar..... Herbert W. Potter
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Editorial and Business Office:
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far ctrery fifteen words or fraoUea thereof.
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will (ladly bo published free.
Entered at the postofnoa at Lincoln,
Nebraska, aa second-class mall matter
tinder the Aot of Congress of March 8,
8ATpHDAY, APRIL 24, 1909.
It is impossible that Nobraska have
s very strong track team with so vory
few fcen out as have boon at work
etarlsf; the last fow days. Dr. Clapp
has ttiUte it known that moro men are
seeded, and this should bo sufllclont
to eause tho squad to bo materially
.ettaygei at onco.
TUo final Bottlomont of tho disputed
question of "Snoak Day'.' loaves both
sides yfltB all that thov havo demand
ed. Tho university authorities arc no
longer put in tho position of having a
class in tho university defy them,
while the senior class is accorded tlio
prrvllegjo of having a day that is dis
tinctively its own which shall be kept
a secret from undergraduates. This
Is another illustration of tho fact that
it is always possiblo to find a com
mon meeting ground without resort
ing to aa otfen struggle.
CONVOCATION ---Tuesday, April 27
HON. H. It WILSON
"Misconceptions as to the Law"
if f III
1 I I " if
Eleven A. M.
body was ono of delight that somo
roans of oBcapo from class had boon
bffered without over a thought for tho
man in whoso honor the classes bad
It Ib Buch an event as tbla that
loadB many to claim that as tv class
B.tUdont8 aro th,q most ungrateful, tho
m;ost Inconsiderate, tho moBt indiff
erent body of people in tho world.
Tho thought that tho sorvlcoB might
bo tlresomo was sufllclont to keep a
largo part of tho student body away.
Think what it would moan for Ne
braska, if, at such a tlmo, tho feeling
could bo unanjmous that four years
of sacrlflco for tho good of this school
dosorved at loast one hour of sacri
fice If such it might bo called, on tho
part of evory sjudont fn remembrance
of what had been accomplished for
tho upbuilding of tho university
Ono oxpects that tho groat mass
of pcoplo which makes up tho world
out&ldo of college will bo ungratotul
and forget those who havo spent their
tlmo and their onorgy in striving for
it suplift It Beoms, howovor, that,
whilo in college, the student who is
reo from tho strugglo for existence
and who is supposed to bo spending
his tlmo in a study of tho higher sldo
of life, might find time to ralso the
lovol of practlco a little above that
found oven among tho lowost classes.
80PHOMORE8 HOLD A MEETING
JN6FATEFULNEB8 EVEN HERE.
There aro times when ono Is lod to
wondeVwhothor thp thoughtlessness
and Indlffororico which 18 shown by
BnieHts at tho University of Nebras-
Elect Guy Feed aa Managing Editor
ef Next Year's Book.
The sophomore class hold a meeting
at 5 o'clock yesterday ovonlng In tho
chemistry lecture. Only twenty-six
members of the class were present.
Mr. Nye Morehouse called tho class
t,o order and, after tho reports of vari
ous committees wero disposed of, tho
class proceeded to tho election of a
managing editor for next year's
"Cornhuelter.'' Thoro wero two candl-
Saturday, zi English Club meets with
Mis Joffrys, 1527 South Thir
teenth St., 8:Q0 p; m.
Senior Early Morning Barbeque.
Cars at Tenth and O streets for
Epworth Park at 7:00 a, m.
Monday, 20. Baseball : University of
Missouri vS. Nebraska.
Tuesday, 27. "8qmo Popular Mis
concoptlons as to tho Law and
Its Administration," by Hon, H.
H. Wilson, pon vocation. Me
morial Hall, 1 a. m.
Tuosday, 27. Basopall: University of
Missouri vs. Nebraska.
Tuesday, 27. Forestry Lecture: "Sci
entific Problems in Forest Planta
tions," by Prof. Phillips. N 7 at
. 7:30 p. m.
Friday, 30."SocIal Problems in Their
Relation to Public Health." J.'rof
Georgo E. Howard. Temple 5 p. m.
Tuosday, XX Junior Program. Convo
cation Momorlal Hall, 11:00 a. m.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lecture, State
Problems in Wisconsin," A. G.
Hamol; "Utilization in Wiscon
sin," J. C. Kottridgo, N7 at 7:30
Saturday, May 16. Baseball: Drake
Univorslty vs. Nebraska.
Friday, 21 -Pan Hellenic Ball. Audi
torium. Tuesday, 25. Forestry lecture: "For
est TypoB In tho Philippines,"
"Bill" Pagaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in tho Philippines," M. Lazo.
Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Tho girls at Michigan gave a vaude
vlllo show on April 3 for the benefit of
tho Women's Athletic association.
Five 8tudont8 in tho University of
Missouri recently walked tho thlrty
flvo mllos to JofTorson City. While
there they attended a session of tho
114LO. TwoStofes !4iSt(X
For the Toppy Fellow who wants
classy merchandise should see my
stuff. Arrived this week, about 25 doz
en new stock ties, In alt colors.
New Hats all $2.50. $2.50 and $3.50
ka 1b characteristic of college men
and) women tho country over or
waetaer such conditions must be
ownedj as peculiar to Nebraska alone.
There are tlmos when tho attitude of
tho student body as a vrholo must be
discouraging and humilitating to thoao
who see deeply and feel deeply. Nqw
and then an event occurs which must
iake all the enthusiasm out of the
'work of those who aro giving their
tlmo for the upbuilding of this Instl
lutioB. Yesterday morning a special
memorial service was hold in honor
of the memory of tho late ex-Chan
cellor Canflold. Ono of the best mu
sical programs of tho year was ar
ranged for whilo two of the most
prominent professors in jthe univer
sity, and tho Honorable Victor Rose
water of Omaha gave short addresses.
All claims wero excused so that thoro
would bo nothing to prevent every
student from attending, and yet as a
maei? of f,act hardly one-fourth of
tho student body was present.
The service was in honor of Br.
' ' CaBfleld, a man to whom tho vory
.(existence of the university as one of
. -tho "largest, Institutions of tho West
ie:due: s) man who ga.vo four of the
'sLtVeara'af life to hard .and earnest
'jJT'fi'jf $$ ttie uqivef'sity forward,
rflft .i.HJtt V"H H""xv J!W
ifeoling on tho part of tho sti$ant
dates for this ofllco, neither of whom
had 'stone; any campaigning to speak
of. Mr. Guy Reed had announced his
candidacy, some time during the morn
lag and Mr. K, P. Frederiok only de
cided to- mm ten minutes before the
hour set for the voting. Mr. Reed
wsjs. ejeccjd by a majority of, three,
receiving fifteen votes tq Mr.- Fred
erick's eleven. Mr. Reed is a member
of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Tho mooting next proceeded to the
election- at an assistant business man
ager for next year's Cornhusker. Mr,
Leslie. Hj(d,q being tho only candidate
for thq. Dln.ce, tho cjasB votdd to make
his election, unanimous.
Only qnq candidate, Mr. Lynn Lloyd,
was also announced for student mom
bor of tho publication board, Mr.
Lloyd's election was mado unanimous.
Mr. Lloyd, who succeeds M. J. Law
rence, will not occupy a place on the
board until next year. Ho is a mem"
bor of the Sigma Jhl fraternity.
DINNER CLUB MEETS.
The third dinner of tho university
faculty men's dinner club will be glyen
at tho Lincoln hotol Tuesday ovonlng,
April 27th, at 6:30. All members aro
earnestly urged to be prosent.
. LAUftENQE FOSSLER,
A. E. DaVlssdtf, Secretary,
Happenings of the Past
8even Years Ago.
Tho annual debate with Kansas was
awarded to Nebraska by a unanimous
decision of tho Judgwi.
Minnesota basoball toam was de
feated by Nebrasknr-?flth a scoro of
4 to 3. '
Six Yeara Ago.
Nebraska baseball team defeated
the Nebraska Indians by decisive
scores in two gameB.
. Five Years Ago.
University was victorious over tho
Lincoln high school in a track moqt
by the scoro of 66 to 51.
Four Years Ago.
Spring football practice was com
menced undor the leadership of' Cap
Three Years Ago.
Tho Associated Barbs mot In Me
morial hall to nominate a non-fraternity
ticket for tho athletic board.
Elections to the athletic hoard bo
came little more than barb-frat fights.
One Year Ago.
Gjloo club, loft Lincoln for a tWQ
day's' trip through tho 'state,
All Souls Church, Unitarian
, Corner of H srjd Twelfth Streets
ARTHUR L. WEATHpRLT, Minister.
Settees SStOO. Sunrtiy School fOrOQ.
All flt4et are cordially 'invite t attefte) Its services.
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, April 2ermen Subject: "Endeavor, the Supreme Wert)
Social Ethics Class. 12:15 Prof. Paul H. Grumann. Leader.
Speaker; Mlii Eva Arn'dld. Subject' "The Probleiri of the Work
Liberal Religious Union, 4:80 8ubject: "The Unitarian Attitude
Toward the Bible." All 8tudents are especially Invjtcd.
All Souls' Church is a froe fellowship for the Worship of God and
the sorvico of Man. It Judges no man's character. It erectsHe barT
rlorB of croed or doctrino. Its; pulpit is a free pulpit committod to
the search after Truth.
Our Spring - Suitintrs Have Arrived
COME IN AND SEE THEM
142 So. 12th St.
Since Spring has nearly arrived tho Fountain will
be ono of tho features of tho Folsom Bakery.
Wo want you to Judgo our whole store by every
thing we serve you in our Soda Water, ice Cream,
Punches and Delicatessen Lunch Department. "We
Make Our Own Candles!"
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