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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan TmiavZlincoln
. .230 P. M.
THE PROPERTY OF
Tlfo UNIVERSITY OF , NEBRASKA,
j, j Lincoln, Nebraska
BY THE STUDENT UI. BOARD.
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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1900-
Tho action of Uio board of regents
In further restricting tho granting of
honorary tlegroos 1b certainly com
mendable It shows an attitude on
tho part of tho regents which will bo
appreciated by university scholars.
Tho university dogreo Is supposed
to stand for a cortnln measuro of
learning. It Is presumed to represent
a consldorablo amount ol toll com
bined with some success. Too fre
quently a colloglato degroo Is granted
by schools wlilch do not maintain tho
Damo lost Saturday
other like surprises.
And thero wore
Horo is what tho Dally Kansan had
to say about the manner In which tho
Jayhawk team and rooters woro treat
ed by the Nobrawkans last Saturday:
"Tho students at Nebraska showed
flno spirit at tho game Saturday.
When tho Jayhawker team appeured
they woro first to applaud and when
any Kansnn was Injured they were
quick to glvo tho man nlno 'rahs.
During the whole day tho Nebraskans
showod this samo spirit and never
was a lot of rooters better treated In
tho land of tho enemy than was tho
bunch from Kansas. Nebraska al
ways lays for Kansas and Kansas for
Nobraska, but thero Is a friendliness
and an esteem botween tho two
schools that makes their relations ex
HE NEVER HAD TIME.
Ho was a collego student. Ho had
his good points, but "ho never had
A plaoo on a Y. M. C. A. committee
was offorod him. About a half hour's
work for each of a half dozen socials
during tho year was all that was ro
qulred. "I 'am carrying an unusual
heavy study schedule this year," he
Portiaps ho did not Tiavo tlmo to live.
Most certainly it did not take much
tlmo for him to die. Saint Peter ac
costod him at tho celectlal gate.
"You were so busy one earth," said
tho guardian saint, "you won't bo at
homo hero without something to do;
come right in, wo will And you a Job
at onco." Promptly and without
thinking force of habit got tho best
of him but Poter saw what reply was
coming, and as tho heavenly gate
closed between them thero came
floating In through the lattice work
of gold, tho old familiar strain so
often heard at college,
"I haven't got time." Dally Iowan.
JUNIOR HOP A BIG SUCCESS.
Hundred Couples Attend First Uni
versity Dance at Lincoln.
Tho Junior hop, the first university
danco this year to bo held at tho Lin
coln hotel, was a distinct success last
evening. A hundred couples were In
attendance and whlled away tho evon
Ing. under tho direction of Eddie
James E. Lawrence was chairman
of tho dance and R. E. Weaverllng
master of ceremonies.
The next dance of tho unlvorslty
season Is that of the engineers at
Fraternity hall next Friday. John
Hoge Is chairman of this hop.
Oh Ydu Sweaters
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White and Gray
Six button kind
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high standards which should be prac
ticed. In this country thoro Is no
rogulatlon of tho titles given by tho
various colloges, and consequently
thoy mean much or little according
as they aro granted by a hlghstond
ard or a low-standard school.
But all of tho similar degreos of a
Blnglo university mean tho samo
thing. ' Thero Is no distinction after
thoy have been conforrod between tho
honorary title and that granted In tho
regular collego course. For this rea
son It would Beom that caro should be
takorr to glvo tho honorary diplomas
only to such men as approached, ap
proximately at least, tho standards re
quired for a llko degroo at the close
of a regular course. In other words,
tho honorary degroo should bo con
ferred to honor the university which
gives It, not tho Individual recipient.
Tho action of tho regents in mak
ing fluoh degrees dependent upon tho
recommendation of tho senate moans,
that Just these precautions will be
With tho playing of games east and
woBt today some of the football cham
pionships ot tho present season will
bo settled. In tho west Minnesota or
Wisconsin will accede to tho confer
ence tltlo, In tho east keen Interest
is shown in tho Intorsectlonal con
tests, notably those botween Chicago
and Cornell, and Pennsylvania and
Those contests mark tho approach
ing end of struggles which began
early last September when' tho vari
ous teams began practice At that
time there were various propheclos
made as to tho probable conclusion
of tho season. It Is a notable fact
that many of these have been upset
to a surprising dogreo.
For Instance, Chicago was not
doped to lose to Minnesota, and even
up to tho very week of tho contest
tho odds favored tho Maroons. No
ono expected tho turn-ovor which re
sulted in Michigan's dofoat by Notro
"I haven't got time."
His follow literary society members
expressed their opinion that ho could
make good at debating and hoped
that ho would increaso his society's
chances of winning by ontorlpg tho
tryouts. "Can't boo my way .clear,"
ho replied. "It would taken an hour
a day for several wooks, and
I haven't got time."
Ho had played football In his high
Bchool days and had been accounted
worthy by tho country newspaper
writer to bo listed among those who
"played good ball." Tho coach eyed
his athlotlc build and upon urging
that ho appear for practice was an
swered, "I don't believe I have any
chanoe of making tho team, thero are
too many of tho old men back and
I haven't got time."
It happened to bo a collego where
chapel was not noted for largo stu
dent attendance. The suggestion was
mndo to him that ono of tho ways In
which ho could got most out of 11b
collego career was to make somo ef
fort to bo regular at chapel. Without
much hesitation and with no thought
lio declared, that, "somehow I always
havo a lesson which other school du
ties prevent mo fr6m getting before
tho chapel hour ' and tho recitation
comes right after, bo
I haven't got time."
"Como out to tho game and yell for
fthe team," tho local fans asked him.
Tho rooters woro not dding their best
for thoy had not recovered from the
sting of tho last defeat. Tho noxl
gamo was a crucial one. With the
proper support of the student body,
victory was not only possible, but
very probable. All this was made
clear to him. "Tho team is playing
too ragged to deserve support," ho
excused himsolf with. "Tho llttfo poll
ing I could do won't count, and any
how, I am too busy,
I haven't, got tlmo."
It Is not recorded how ho got
through after life, though the lack of
Biich record does not seem strange.
J 3 M-i J SPECIALIST? ON
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
13, Saturday, 8 p. m., Temple Agri
cultural Club. AddresB by Prof.
13, Saturday, 9 a. m. Freshmnn-Soph-omoro
.Olympics. Athletic field.
13, Saturday, 2:30 p. m. Football.
Lincoln High School vs. Omaha
16, Tuesday, N2 Forestry Club. Pro
19, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Fraternity Hall
20, Saturday Denver University vs.
Nebraska, at Denver.
24, WodneBday, 6 p. m. Thanksgiving
25, Thursday, Nebraska Field Haskell
Indians vs. Nebraska.
30, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Thanksgiving re
4. Saturday, Fraternity Hall Forest
Club, hop. ,
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debate. "In
come Tax Question."
10, Friday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Nebraska-Minnesota debate. Tho
Incomo Tax Questlqn.
17, Friday, 6 p. m. Christinas vacation
4, Tuesday, 8 a. m. Christmas vaca
15, Saturday, 8:30' p. m., Lincoln Hotel
15, Saturday, 8:30 p. m., Lincoln
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LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
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C. E. 13ULLARD, U. of N. '02, Manager
We teach the fancy dances Rye Waltz, ' Cadets', Society
Minuet, etc. , on Saturday nights, and use the University Or
chestra. This is your night, students; come and dance. '
UNIVERSITY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Class Nights Wednesdays and
aaturaays :U0 to lu:UU.
Socials Mondays and Fridays
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Corner of H and 12th Streets
ARIHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m.
All students are cordially invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE ,
Sunday, Nov. 14, Sermon Subject: The Enduring Word ol
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
Speaker, Prof. Lucile Eaves. Subject: The Sailor's Union
of the Pacific; a Study of the Redeeming Power of The
All Souls Church is a free fellowship for the worship of God' and the service of
man. It judges no man's character. It erects no barriers of creed or doctrine
It's pulpit is a free pulpit committed to the search after truth.
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