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TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1009.
In nccordanco with a ruling of
the Publication Board ndoptcd
nt Its mooting last evening
there will bo no Ibbuo of tho
Dnlly Nobraskan on Ivy Day,
May 5th. Tho noxt Ihsuo or
tho Nobrasknn will, thoroforo,
bo Thursday, May 0th.
At an addroBS dollvorcd recently
ProroBsor Nathan DernBtoln or tho
Omaha high school declared that a
college tralnB a man ror life and not
for n living nH unlvnrsitioB do, and
concluded from this that the college
Is tho better Institution. PorlmpH It Ib
noedlcBB to say that Professor Bern
stein Is hlmsoir a graduate of a col
lege. Tho rapid rato with which the
great universities of tho land are de
veloping and leaving behind llo older
colleges Indicates that tho Amorlcan
pooplo havo roachod different conclus
ions on this Bubjoct from thoBO advo
cated by Professor BernBteln.
While Western colleges are looking
Tor ways or raising their onfrnnco re
quirements nnd making tho scholar
ship standard more rigid Enstern col-
leges aro at tho same time considering
the advisability of lowering tholr
Btandnrds. President Butler or Co-!
lumhla recently "expressed tho strong
belief that American colleges) must
soon find the necessity of recognizing
' tho largo class of men who go to
college merely because It is the 'thing'
to do, nnd not for tho purposo of Bor
ious study." Ho furthor declnrod thiR
it would probably bo necessary for
colleges to establish special "pass"
courses for these men, differentiating
tho work rrom that' provided for
those who seek scholarship, who would
bo placed in another, an "honor"
' Such a proposal an this will Hnd
Sjcnnt favor In tho WcBt. Tho Wtistoru
man has little uso for the person who
desires to waste four yeors of his
time In the polite occupation of doing
nothing. Men's finishing schools may
fill a long felt want In the East, but
n long as there exists In tho West
tho public sentiment which is now
found hero there will bo no domand
for a lowering of the requirements of
Observing writers oven todaydo not
hesitate to declare that In thoWqst
there Is a much more earnest nnd en
thusiastic Interest in education than
In tho East, If during tho next few
i.years tho colleges of tho EaBt follow
plie4BiiggestIon of President Bntler and
ecroase tljelr requirements nt tho
fanie "time that tho West Ib raising
tndli'B wo shall shortly see all tho
great centers of learning In ttlie West
while ,tho East will -bo left to make
the best or its finishing schools.
CON VOCAf ION.
Prof, Edwin Msey
The Turkish Situation
Foy and (Mark In "Tho Sprjng of
Youth," hailed all season aB one of
tho best acts In vaudeville, enmo to
tho Mojeatlo Mpnday ovoning and
proved their JtiBt claim to that repu
tation. The Bkotch Ib a Buonn from
tho opening to the cIobo. Foy's llsh
Ing nnd clam-eatlng feat set the house
to roaring with laughter.
The ABtalrea, tho best pair or Juve
nllo BlngerH and dancers that have
this year eomo west, woro accorded
an ovation last evening. They made
u triumph in Omaha In Dccenibcr and
promise to repeat their achievement
The Interpretation of two old char
acters In "Sweethearts." by Mr. and
Mrs. Connolly was good. This Is an
act that touches the Bontimctnnl as
voll as the artistic side and is a sue
cobs. Elonn, "Tho Squaw Girl." Is agile,
pretty and has a sweet voice that
gives her act a leading place on this
Isabell Howell and Company In
"(lames of- Childhood, " Bang two or
three songs that pleased the llrst
Eddie Play Burns, In planologuo and
Lizzie Daly, terpslchorean dancorB, are
far above the average.
The Zoological club will meet at
8 p. in. this ovoning In tho Zoological
lecturo room, in N. 210. Tho follow
Ing program will bo given: "Early
Octogenetlc Phenomena In MnnunnlB,"
by Hubrecht; reviewed by V. A. Wll
Inrd. "Hovlew or Certain Polnto In
tho Structure of the Tornnrln," by .A.
T. MoBterman; reviewed by M. It.
.STUDENT ANNUAL CONFISCATED
Cartoons of Dean and Girl Student
Tho annual edition or tho "Quax,"
Drake university's student publication,
was confiscated recently by tho tnc
ulty and ItB editors threatened with
possible expulsion unless two objec
tlonnblo .cartoons woro withdrawn.
Tho edition was published at a cost
or $3,000 and tho student board of
editors finally agreod to expurgato tho
edition. Tho offensive cartoons of
Dean Frederick Norton or college of
liberal ai'.ts and .Miss Bessie Orlngrndi,
student In medical department, wero
cut out of 1,250 copies.
Tho cartoons reflected upon Dean
Norton's mothodB in class and MIbb
Grlugradi's criticism of certain mem
bers of her class.
It Is roported that four professors
In tho Unlvorslty of Minnesota went
on a long hlko recently, nnd tljnt they
havo not yet recovered, An Instruc
tor in economics fainted twlco on tho
Tho Kansan, In urging tho students
to support tho May Festival, says: "A
person does not havo a woll-rounded
education unless ho can appreciate
something higfier than 'rag-time' In
A yollow Journal, "Breezy Point
Times," Is to appear at North Dakota
soon to advertise tho play to bo glvoi
thoro by tho girls of tho school. Tho
paper is to bo printed m green ink on
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-Tuesday, May 4
Eleven A. M.
Tuesday, 4. "The Turkish Situation,"
by Professor Edwin Maxoy. Con
vocation. Memorial Hall, 11 a.m.
Tuesday, 4. Graduation recital o!
MIbb Ouida Wlltso or the' School
or Music. University Temple
Theatre, 8 o'clock.
Thursday, 5. String Quartet Convo
cation. Memorial Hall, 11 a. m.
Wcdnosday, 5. Ivy Day.
missed ror tho day.
Friday, 7. Phi Beta Kappa Initiation.
Tuesday, 11 Junior Program. Convo
cation Memorial Hall, 11:00 a. m.
Tuesday, 11. Forestry lecturo, State
Probloms In "Wisconsin," A. G.
Hamol; "Utilization in Wiscon-
sin," J. C. Kottridgo, N7 nt 7:30
Friday, 11. High School Day. No
classes excused during tho day.
Saturday, 15. Freshman Hop, Fra
Saturday, May J5. Baseball Drake
University vs. Nobraska, 9:30
Friday, 21 Pan Hellenic Ball. Audi
torium. Tuesdny, 25. Forestry lecture: "For
est Types 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.
ANOTHER JOURNALISM SCHOOL
Rractlcal Courses Will Be Given In
P. M. Glasoe, president of Spokane
college, nnnounces that a course In
pratcical journalism, consisting of
lectures on the various phusos of
newBpnper work, will begin September
13. The newspapers In Spokane will
co-operate with the college In the
Trnlning will be given In the' best
lines or study to -prepare for news
paper work. Students will be Instruc
ted In the various branches or writing
ior tne press, in me nuiKe-up or a
newspaper, the work In the composing
room, methods or conducting tho cir
culation and advertising departments,
and In soliciting, colledtlng- am gen-1
SECRET SOCIETIES ARE BARRED
Undemocratic, Say Regents of Okla
homa Agricultural School.
Tho board of agriculture has put an
emphatic voto upon all attempts to
organize Greek lotter fraternities or
other secret societies at tho A, & M.
college at Stillwater, on tho ground
that they are undemocratic and Inter
fere with tho real work of tho school.
Several attempts havo been mado
latoly to offect such organization, but
all mot with tho same rate. Tho ques
tion was brought up a number or
years ago under tho territorial reglmo
and with tho samo result as at this?
Indiana has a rabies scare now, and
Bovernl there aro to be compelled to
take tho Pasteur treatment. The
house dog. of tho Emnnon club there
has been attacked by the disease, and
has. ded from it. Just beroro taking
siclc, ho was petted by several pooplo
on tho campus, nnd nil these havo
been declnrod In danger.
Tho North Dakota girls havo started
Tho freshmon and preps at North,
Dakota had a class scrup rocontly.
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Happenings of the Past
Varsity baseball team debated both
Kansas and Highland Park in closely
Six Years Ago.
One hundred dollars was offered as
a prize ror the best Nebraaka song
that should bo submitted. The prize
offer attracted only eight contestants.
Five Years Ago.
Excavation wns commenced for tho
new Physics building.
Varsity baseball team debated
Notre Dame with a score or 5 to 4.
Four Years Ago.
In the rreshman-Bophomore class
scrap the rreshmon master-or-cere-monles
wns kidnapped but the sopho
mores were unsucceBsrul In capturing
tho chairman or the rreshman dance.
Three Years Ago.
Dramatic club presented two plays,
"An Evening or Proposals" and "The
One Year Ago.
Twelve men Hied aB candidates ror
the athletic board.
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