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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF , NEDRASKA,
BY THE STUDENT PUD. BOARD.
SATURDAY N ' ,, THE ARMORY
Editor. -.. Victor B. 8mlth
Mahftolho Editor K. P. frodarok
Anoolato Editor.. ..Carl J. Lord
Mnnaper W. A. Jone
Editorial and Butl new i Offlco:
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1909.
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A mlstako of '100,000 In estimating
tho number of specimens In a botan
ical collection Is a big miss. But It
1b best to bo conservative rather than'
capable of exaggeration. Tho feeling
experienced when 6no finds that ho
has underestimated his work Is qulto
dlfforont from that which one goes
through when no discovers that ho has
boasted too much.
8 P. M.
y. M. C. A.
ture. No action whatever can bo taken
for at least a year and in that case
the expediency of extending tho cam
pus southward "would have to be
Tho election which resulted In seat
ing A. M. Oberfoldcr In tho president's
chair of tho junior class yesterday Is
By a curious typographical error In
tho Nebraskan of yestorday Registrar
Harrison was caused all klndB of troiu
bio. The Nebraskan was de.llyored to
faculty subscribers shortly after ten
o'clock and within, half an hour the
procession started for tho registrar's
office. It seemed, according to tho
statements of the professors, that a
series of flguros had been printed
which accredited thorn with all sorts
of fancy enrollment flguros. Dean
Davis, for Instance, found that there
Were over 2,000 students In his college,
Instead of that numbor In tho wholo
university. Dean Richards was corre
spondingly surprised to And an enroll
ment considerably above tho actual
figure ascribed to his college. As a
matter of fact the figures wore those
of another university, considerably
larger than Nebraska. By somo error
the name of tho scbool was omitted
from the article and consequently
Registrar Harrison was besieged. In
cidentally It showed that tho Nebras
kan Is read.
THE MEDICAL COLLEGE.
Tho reorganization' of 'tho medical
collogo along tho plans announced In
yesterdays Nebraskan Indicates tho ln:
tentlon of tho board of rogents to tako
plenty of time In selecting a succes
sor to Dean H. B. Ward. Tho rogents
have unofficially agreed to leave Pro
fessor R. H. Wolcott as acting dean
of tho- collego for an indefinite period,
tho understanding being that ho will
probably hold tho office until thedose
of tho present school yoar,
Acting Dean Wolcott Is an efficient
executive and there need be no fear
that tho department of medicine will
deteriorate under Ills management.
With such an arrangement as 1b now
announced In operation, tho regents
can take planey of time In looking
about for a succossor to the deanship,
In .casotlioy. .should dccldo to appoint
a man outsldo of ,jthp present faculty.
Tho position Is "onaj which requires
ability of a high ordety if Nebraska is
to continue along tho progressive lines
which Bho has followed during the
past several years.Ni- &ny hlt-or-mlss
action on tho part of tho regents In
picking a mah'to Bucceod $can Ward
would bo greatly"regretted, ahd friends
of the school who had fears last sum
mer that sqme such' thing would be
dono. will rejoice at thb present sltu-
atlom. -i il-diJOni.
.Special Two Days. RJDD
Friday and Saturday 100 New
Loose End Ties all 50 cent quality
at half price
25C 1415 0 STREET
pronounced by somo to bo the "best"
election that class haB over had. The
class of 1911 haB seen somo hot politi
cal campaigns with lots of mud-slinging.
Tho contest Just closed was
marked for its quiet canvass devoid
of disagreeable personalities. And
the vote was cIobo enough to mako It
Minnesota doesn't think much of
Nebraska's football toam jUBt now.
Tho Minnesota Daily has the follow
ing to say of tho game last Saturday:
"Nebraska as a team doesn't look
half as dangerous as the name does.
North Dakota hold them to a tie score
last week, and North Dakota has never
been considered a dangerous possibil
ity. It doesn't look as though even a
throe dollar rate will pack the train
to Omaha on the 16th."
Better not be too sure, Minnesota.
Nebraska has fooled you onco or twice
The rumor that tho university re
gents were contemplating the pur
chase of ground south of the present
campuB was widespread yesterday and
Wodnesday. One man yesterday
claimed that he had authority from a
member of tho board of regents for
tho story. It Is not likely, however,
that anyone connected with tho uni
versity would mako any serious refer
ence to an immediate extension of the
campus southward. Tho university
campuB is going to bo extended rad
ically extended and that before bo
very many years. The people of this
. state are coming to realize more and
more the worth of the university to
' tho commonwealth as a wholo and
they, will not long see it cramped
with Inadequate facilities. But tho'
present rumor Is undoubtedly prema
COLLEGE FARM HANDS.
A Kansas farmer on a large scale is
quoted as saying that the best farm
hands are college students who are
working their way through school and
want to make all they can during tho
summer. That statement in Itself is
something of a retort to tho unthink
ing class who argue that collego life
unfits the boy for the practical work
of the man.
As a matter of fact tho young man
who Is working his way through
school or college is generally good
most anywhere you put him. Ho has
taken an advanced position in com
parison with other boys not so favored
as to be thrown upon their own re
sources early in life. Ho learns early J
the lessons of duty and responsibility. I
Ho is first to grasp the meaning of
the terms, persistence and application,
and he does not give up when the sun
beats down hot and the grind tries his
It is something of on admission for
the farmer to mako regarding the
collogo student, when conceding that
ho Is the best available timber for the
hard work of tho harvest field. Time
was when the "greenhorn" with white
arms and face did not appeal to tho
farmer in a practical way. He didn't
look business-like, rind it appeared as
though he were hardly worth educat
ing in the field and in tho weedpatch,
in the corn row or on tho straw stack.
The point of view is different now and
the collego boy 1b regarded with In
terest by those who once thought he
was wasting his time with Latin and
Greek. He has more chance to pick
his place In the practical world where
the advantage of training and doyelop
men't in higher education appeals now
adays to every shrewd employer.
Joe, The Tailor
Particular attention to ladies'
work and military uniforms
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8, Friday, 11 a. m., U309 Freshmen
laws elect officers.
8, Friday, 8 p. m., AIuslc Room, Tem
ple Catholic Students' Club, recep
tion to now students.
8, Friday, 3:30:5 p. m., Girls' Rest
Room, Memorial Hall University
9, Saturday, 8 a. m., Acacia House
9, Satuurday, 3 p. m. Knox vs. Ne
braska. Antelope Park.
9, Saturday, 8 p. m., Mom. Hall Y.
M. C. A. Stag reception.
10, Sunday, 3:45 p. m., Temple the
ater Mrs. W. T. "Elmore, "Indians'
10 Sunday, 3:45 p. m.,. Temple y. W.
C. A. pralB service.
11, Monday, noon Fraternities
12, Tuesday, 11 a. m., Dr. Clapp's of
nee Fencing association meets.
12, Tuesday, 11 a. m., Memorial Hall
Convocation, Dean Hastings.
"Tho Detroit Conferenco of Com
missioners on Uniform Laws."
16; Saturday Nebraska vs. Minnesota.
NOTICE TO 8INGER8.
Registration for choruB work may
be made this week without the pay
ment of the late registration fee. This
arrangement holds for this week only.
Just a friendly tip to you as a bunch of "Good ,
Indians" and College Pals, we want to remind
you that Kirschbaum has a fussy habit of build
ing clothing that combines snap with ability to
retain that symmetrical shape of original design.
Now if you want to get next to a suit of clothes
that is absolutely right to start with and that is
going to be right at the finish, its, up to you to
stroll down to The Palace and -inspect our tjill
line of Kirschbaum Clothes.
BRAIN STORM No. 2
You wont have to part with all of that little roll,
dad handed you at the depot.
UThe Palace Clothing Co. I I
1419 O Street MnJ
The Uni. Mandolin and Guitar Glub
wants more members. An opportunity will be given everyone
to join a club. Apply to
BYRON W. WAY, University School of Music, 11th R St.
82.pfe2flS JUST RING UP!
The Goodyear Raincoat Co's Tailors
1140 O Street
$2.00 Worth of Cleaning and Pressing $1.00
Thoy will got your suit and bring it back in flno shape for only 50c;
or will send you a Club Ticket good for four suits in ono month for $1.50.
Wo have a Now Dry Cleaning Plant to do tho work with.
LADIES' FINE CLOTHES A SPECIALTY
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing' School" third srT
C. E. BULLARD, U. of N. " '02," Manager
Are you wise? If not Get Wise. Patronize the school that
is not open to the public but caters to ladies and gentlemen only.
Special Rates to Students extended to this week
Class Nights Wednesdays and Socials Mondays and Fridays
Saturdays 8:00 to 10:00. 8:00 to 12:00
AUTO 4477 Private Lessons by Appointment DELL A1311
CLUB ELECTS OFFICER8.
Mahood Made President of Organiza
tion of Chemistry Department.
Tho first meeting of tho Chemistry
Club waB held Wednesday evening In
the department building. Plans were
laid for holding tho regular weekly
meetings during the current semester.
Papers will be given by different mom
bers of the club, followed by general
discussions of tho subjects presented.
Meetings will occur Wednesday even
ing at eight o'clock In the chemistry
lecture room. All students interested
in the subject are invited to attend,
and especially thoBO who expect to
specialize in chemistry.
The following officers were elected
for the semester:
S. A. Mahood, president. f
W. H. Warren, vice president.
C. O. Itost, secretary-treasurer.
Membership was conferred upon It,
O. Webster and L. E. Morgan.
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