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TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1909.
THE 1909 CORNHU8KER.
YcHtordny the third Cornhusker was
dlHti'Ibuted on ' the campus and the
work of tho editorial staff came to n
finish. Tho 1909 Cornhusker stands
as n monument to sincere and earnest
effort and Is a faithful and complete
record of the happen lugs of the school
year that Is Just drawing to a cIobo.
It for'ms a recor.d of the ovents of tho
year that will bo hard for future
clnsseu to surpass.
Every CornlniBkor that has ever
come out or oven will come out has
leceived lt& share of "knocks" nnd
has been pulled to pieces by tho over
critical BtUdont. Those who aro
tompted to criticize should romomber,
however, tho dlfllcultles that havo to
bo overcome before such a book can
be Issued at all. If some people feel
that they have received more than
their sharo of attention In tho roast
department they Bhould remember
thnt It 1b nil Intended In the spirit of
Tho Cornhusker Is the largest stu
dent publication that Is lBBiied during
the year and It has to harmonize tho
most conlllctlng Interests. The fact
that tho 1009 Cornhusker has received
commendation from all Bides and nil
Interests le an Indication of the care
nnd oarnestneEB with which tho re
tiring board have gone about their
work. If succeeding classos can main
tain the standard which has been set
by the Comhuslcers thus far Issued,
Nebraska will never havo reason to
feel ashamed .of her annual publica
tions. THE GRADUATE COLLEGE.
The banquet last Friday evening of
the Graduate club brought prominent
ly to the front tho development which
has taken plnce in the last fow years
in the graduate school of tho Univer
sity of Nebraska. From a small and
struggling uopartment tho graduate
school 1ms grown so that now It ranks
among tho best In tho country with a
total enrollment of 118 students.
It Is to tho graduate school that one
must look If ho wishes to find the real
basis of scholarship in a university.
Tho undergraduate body In every uni
versity Is largely tho same, composed
of mapy who havo not yet selected
tholr life work or who aro so en
grossed in student activities that they
.cannot glvo as much attention to their
studies as they would wish. In the
graduate school, however, are found
only thoso who aro bent solely upon
, study and scholarly attainments and
-whose choice of a school Is determined
,only by the advantages It offers for
deep and thorough study.
Tho fact that the University of Ne
braska has one of the most flourish-
Ing graduate schools' In tho country
is' an Indication of tho high rank that
'tho University of Nebraska .holds as
' avplace'for serlouB work. It Is a
in-opjjAthat'rthe- man who 1b looking for
an opportunity -for' selMmprovementis
mklngnmistakQ whim ho comes!
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TO GIVE A GRADUATION RECITAL.
Miss 8cott to Finish at the University
School of Music.
Miss Dorothea Scott of tho Univer
sity. School of Music, student with
Mrs. Will Owen Jones will gve a re
cital for graduation, Tuesday evening,
25th In the University Temple
theater. Sho will bo assisted by Lll
llan Parfltt, soprano. Tho public 1b
cordially Invited. Tho following will
bo tho program:
Boothovon Sonata, Op. 31, No. 2
Little Winding Road.
' Songs of tho Hill. "Como
Homo My Thoughts From tho
Hill." ."A Little Winding Road."
Chopin Nocturne, C minor
Schuett A In Caprlcouse
Liszt Rhapsodic, No. 1 1
atic Scenn, "Adonals." (An Elegy.)
. . .Concerto, F sharp minor
SENIOR PROGRAMS ARE SOLD.
Are Being Distributed In the Basement
of Administration Building.
Tho senior programs which have
been on sale for tho past few days,
have been going rapidly. The pro
grams havo been given out In the
Cornhusker office In the basement of
the administration building. Only
the leather programs have been dis
tributed bo far, the order for those of
paper having not yot arrived. They
aro expected, however, today.
All that aro being given out at pres
ent havo been ordored In advance and
no othorB will be sold as all thnt have
been sent for have already been or
dered. "s This leaves a number who
have been besieging the committee for
oxtraB, without programs.
About 1,335 leather programs have
been ordered which sell at 25 cents
each and 3,000 paper bound, which
sell at 10 cents.
DANCING IS NOT PERMITTED.
Faculty Must Be Dignified at Oklaho
The board of regents or the Univer
sity of Oklahoma has passed the fol
"Whereas, the University of Okla
homa belongs to all tho people of the
state and' should be conducted in such
a way that the humblest citizen can
not' justly critlplBo It or any member
of the faculty; ind
"Whereas, a goodly numbe rof our
citizens very seriously object to mem
bers of the faculty engaging In the
public and indiscriminate dance and
"Therefore, Bo it resolved by tho
board of regents, in regular, session
In the city of Norman, April 2 and 2,
1909, that wo request the members of
the faculty of this university to re
frain from these nmusemonts during
tholr connection with this university.
"Resolved further, that tho presi
dent of the university be requested to
furnish each member of the faculty
with a copy of this resolution."
Edith Abbott, '01, Is associated In
tho work at Hull House, Chicago.
Ira Ryner, '04, Harvard law 07, Is
practicing law at G19 N. Y. Life Bld'g.,
Tho students attDe, Pauw are considering-
a' university association for
supervising student enterprises. The
faculty are Iri favor of the scheme.
- Tuesday, May 2$'
Eleven A. M.
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Tuesday, 25 Mayor Love. "Social
Responsibility." Memorial Hall,
11:00 a. m.
Tuesday, 25. Forestry locture: "For
est Types In tho Philippines,"
"BUI" Pngaduan; "Forest Utiliza
tion in tho Philippines," M. Lazo.
Thursday, 27 Competitive drill of tho
first battalion of cadots. State
Farm. Classes excused from 2
menco. -Final examinations com-
Friday, 28. Baseball: Kansas Uni
vorslty vs. Nebraska.
Saturday, 29. Baseball: Kansas Uni
versity vs. Nebraska.
Thursday, 2. Cadet encampment be
gins. Juno 2 to 7.
Thursday, 3 Final examinations end.
Saturday, 5 School of Music Annual
Concert. Temple theater, 8:00 p.
Sunday, C Baccalaureate sermon by
Bishop WIHInms. Memorial hall,
10:30 a. m.
Tuesday, 8 Senior claBs play. "The
Royal Family." Oliver theater,
10:30 a. m., and 8:00 p. m.
Wednesday, 9 Alumni day at state
Thursday, 10 Thirty-eighth annual
commencement at the Auditorium.
10:00 n. m
Oration and conferring
10:30 a. m.
8:00 p. m. Chancellor's reception.
Happenings of the Past
8even Years Ago.
Kansas was defeated by Nebraska
In tho soml-annual tennis meet with
Nebraska. The Nebraskans proved
themselves bettor In every branch of
Six" Years Ago.
Tho debating board decided to dis
continue all debates with tho Universi
ty of Colorado and to take In Its place
either Iowa or MlnneBotn.
Five Years Ago.
Cadets went to camp in a soaking
rain nnd were Iorced to. form tho camp
under the most disadvantageous cir
cumstances. Four Years Ago.
.Benedict won tho Tucker cup given
for tho best punter, making 13G.3 feet.
Three Years Ago.
Nebraska defeated Kansas In the
annual track meet by the score of 76
to 41. Hagenslck, Wallace, Housor,
and Putnam wore the stars for Ne
One Year Ago.
In the annual track meet of the
Missouri Valley conference, Nebraska!
tied for fifth place at Kansas City.
SENIOR SOCIETY AT MINNESOTA.
New Organization Similar to "Inno
cents" is Formed,
"The Gray Friars," Is tho name of
a society which hhs been organized
among tho seniors at Minnesota,. It Is
similar to senior societies organized
at Yale, Wlscpnsin, Maine, California,
Nebraska and other universities. The
society Is made up of fifteen seniors"
chosen from the leaders In student ac
tivities. It was" organized at tho, sug
gestion of several members of the fac
ulty ' and has the hearty Indorsement
of President Nortlirop,
Every spring juniors will be elected
to membership. Invitations to junioca
who have been elected to this society
.this year will be out tomorrow
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