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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Cbc Eail mebvaeltan
TI1W PltOI'BUTY OF
TlIK ITNIVRIISITV OP NBDriASKA.
UBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AN.D MONDAY
BY TUB STUDENT TUB. BOARD.
Publicity Oinci, 126 No. 14th St.
Editor It... .Herbert W. Potter
Monnolno Editor Victor D. Smith
Associate Editors Philip Frederick
Cnrl J. Lord
Manager W. A. Jones
Circulator A. M. Hare
Assistant Circulator Leslie Hyde
Editorial ond Business Office i
DA8EMENT, ADMINISTRATION BLDQ.
Poitofflce, Station A, Lincoln. Neb.
UD8CRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR
payablo In Advance
8!ngte Copies. 6 Cents Each.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at tho rato of 10 conts per Insertion
for evry fifteen worda or fraction thereof.
Foculty notices and, University bullotlns
will gladly bo published free.
Entered at tho postofflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall mattor
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1009.
At tho mooting of tho hoard of re
gents hold nl tho end of last week
money wnH appropriated for a now
greenhouse- on tho cnnipuH. Tho greet
hoiiHo which Ih now In use has only
boon preserved this long tlpio by tho
most diligent patching and repairing
and ltn appearance has long slnco
boon hopelessly beyond repair. Tl.e
erection of a now greenhouse nii'is
tJio commencement of a genoral clean
ing up of tho university's back yard,
tho need of which has been so long
. It was a pleasant outlook for the
futuio of Nebraska that Chancellor
Avery painted In his commencement
address to tho graduating class of
tho state farm In ..Memorial hall Fri
day evening. If broader agricultural
training, as brought about throu'i
the work of tho university, can 'n
time make of Nebraska a country as
rich and productive as the country
between the mouth or the Hhlno and
tho foot of tho Alps then the sum of
money spent .by the state for higher
education will be insignificant ns com-
Y bH 's H bH bbb
40. Two Stools 1415,0.
.pared with tho benefits that It re
coIvob In roturn. Nothing could more
strikingly illustrate the "power or
knowledge" than such a transforma
tion as would thus ho brought about
In the sand hills of western Nebraska.
THE BEST FOOT FORWARD.
This year on May 1 4th. tho grad
uating classes of all tho Important
high schools In tho state will come
to Lincoln to seo tho university and to
participate in tho athletic and debat
ing contests to bo held here. On this
day the high school students will be
. the guests of tho university and the
university students and it will be the
duty of the university to bo at least
a gracious host.
Next year's freshman class will be
composed almost exclusively of those
wlio will be visiting at the university
on May 14th. This Is because tho
University of Nebraska has very few
students from distant points, as a
great percentage of the. students como
from within tho state. It la there
fore of especial importance that tho
visitors on high school day bo given
unfavorable impression of the univer
sity not only as a place "for play but
us a pjaco for work and development.
The high, school student that comes
,to.tho0unlver8ity has a keen desire
to "know what advantages tho univer-
HON. H. It WILSON
tilty offers in the way of higher educa
tion. If lie is considering spending
four years hero j he wishes to know
exactly what ho will bo nblo to ac
complish. It is therefore not suf
ficient that tho university should
Intorost itself in scolng merely
that everything is so nrranged
that tho high school events will take
place without any hitch or trouble. It
should sco that adequato m cans are
provided bo that every visitor can see
and have fully explained to him what
ho is most interested in.
Every year a largo number of stu
dents especially from Omaha, go east
to school. Tho only way that this can
bo accounted for is that tho advant
ages which are offered by the Univer
sity of Nebraska are not fully appre
ciated. The annual visit of high school
students to tho university, If rightly
made use of, forma an opportunity of
proving that It Is not necessary to
leave Nebraska to get the best educa
tion that can be desired.
A simple and effective way to ac
complish the doslrod result would bo
for each department to arrange to
have some ono of its advanced stu
dents undertake the task of explaining
the work of tho department to all
those who are Interested in it. By
making the names of such Individuals
public it would be possible for the
high school instructors in charge of
students to tnke them without waBte
of time where they could learn what
ever they wished to know about the
work of the university. In this way
visiting students would get a very
definite Idea of the real work that
the university was doing instead of a
hazy Idea of unattractive buildings
and crowded campus.
The Religious Education Committee
of tho University of Iowa has asked
tho seniors and juniors for sugges
tions on religious work in the uni
versity. BUDD'S SPRING
that has been
IMPORTANT DEBATES ARE HELD.
High School League Choosing Teams
to Come to Lincoln.
Last Friday evening two of a series
of important debates In tho High
School Debating Loague were held to
determine what schools should partici
pate In the debate to be hold in Mem
orial hall, May Hth.
In the central district Geneva and
Osceola debated for the supremacy.
The dobate resulted In favor of Osce
ola by, a two to ono decision of tho
Judges. Tho question was, "Resolved,
That disputes between capital and la
bor in tho railroad business should be
seltled by bpards of arbitration with
compulsory powers." Tho judgCB
were Judge R. C. Roper, of David City,
R. A. Van Orsdel, 190G; Law 1910, and
Mr. B. J. Sinclair of Nebraska.
In the eastern district a debate was
held between Wahoo and Blair, Wa-
boo winning unanimously. The samo
question waB dobatod aB between Osce
ola and Geneva. Tho judges wore
Professor E. B. Qonant, Dean Charles
Fordyco and Professor Guernsey
Professor M. M. Fogg, president of
tho dobatipg league, reports' that the
preliminary debates are rapidly being
run off. Ho declares that tho con
tests this year have been very success-
-Tuesday, April 27
as to the Law'
Eleven A. M.
Tuesday, 27. "Somo Popular Mis
conceptions as to tho Law and
Its Administration," by Hon. IL
II. Wilson. Convocation. Me
morial Hall, lx a. m.
Tuosday, 27. Basoball: 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.
Tuesday, 27. Graduate Music Recital.
Miss Ethel McFarlane. Temple
Theatre, 8 p. in.
Thursday, 29. Graduate Music Re
cital. Miss Annie .Tones. Temple
' Theatre, 8 p. in.
Friday, 30. "Social Problems in Their
Relation to Public Health." Prof
Gcorgo E. Howard. Temple 5 p. m.
Friday. 7. Chi Bota Kappa Initiation.
Tuesday, 1 1 Junior Program. Convo
cation Memorial Hall, 11:00 a. m.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lecturo, State
Problems In Wisconsin," A. G.
Hamel; "Utilization in Wiscon
sin," J. C. Kottrldgo, N7 at 7:30
Saturday, May 15. Basoball: Drake
University vs. Nebraska.
Friday, 21 Pan Hellenic Ball. Audi
torium. Tuesday, 25. Forestry lecture: "For
est Types In the Philippines,"
"Bill" Pagaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in tho Philippines," M. Lazo.
Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Konsas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
ful and will, when completed, show a
marked Improvement In the condi
tions of the league over last year.
A hall at Indiana University caught
on fire last Sunday evening, but the
fire was put out by tho students be
foro the department arrived . The
damage amounted to $500 which Is
covered by insurance.
a hit with everyone
lucky enough to buy
Hats are $2.50.
appenings of the Past
Seven Years Ago.
The 'varsity basoball team defeated
Wushbiirii College by tho score or 7
Six Years Ago.
Nebraska was awarded the decision
in the Nebruska-MIssourl debate by
a unanimous, voto of tho judges. Tho
largest crowd was present that had
ever attended, up to that time, an In
Five Years Ago.
Showing remarkable reversal of
form, Nebraska defeated Minneapolis
In baseball by the -score of 10 to 1.
Four Years Ago.
A faculty committee took charge of
auditing the accounts of all student or
ganizations for" the first time.
Three Years Ago. .
The "Associated Barbs" as a means
of expressing tholr disapproval of tho
moans of electing student members
of the athletic hoard, refused to nom
inate cnpdldrtjes or take any part in
One' Year Ago.
Rules wero adopted-by .the publica
tion board making tho Cornhusker
staff more- directly responsible to It,
nnd providing for a cqmploto report
of the business manager to be made.
H. S. FENSLER, Prop. . Downstairs, Royal Hotel
Hospital for -Sick Clothes
ALL KINDS OF STEAM AND DRY CLEANING
$1.00 Per Month Treatments Giyen Once' a "Week
GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
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SINCE WE MAKE TAILORED-TO-ORDER CLOTHES OF SUR
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WHY SHOULD YOU
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tYvm'e Tim. a 1 1 ii.iU 1
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mil 1 m double
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r- usually lave a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicaco retail stores. These wo clear out
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NO HOIETIO.BLE FROM PINCTIPES
NAILS, Taolca or Glass vrlll not let the
air out Sixty thousand pairs sold last year.
vvcr two nuuurca tiiousanu pairs now in use.
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