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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPICriTY OB1
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
BY THE STUDENT PUD. BOARD.
Editor., , Victor B. Smith
Mana'alno Editor". K. P. Frederick
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1909.
WINNING AN "N."
Fourtoon mon liavo bcon granted
"N'b" by tho athletic hoard for tholr
work on tho football gridiron this fall.
A flftconth lottor will probably bo
granted noxt Monday night, UiIh com
pleting tho quota of Nobraalm mon
whoso athlotlc prowcBs Ih considered
worthy of tho coveted honor. In
picking thoao men tho nthlotlc board
liaB acted with dlRcrotlon, and, when
tho flftconth man Is addod to tho lint,
tholr cholco will moot with tho full
npproval ofo tho Bpoctatora of tho 1909
Tho "N" Is not a thing to bo lightly
awarded; Its possession should ho
Jealously guarded and only thoao
mon should bo privileged to wear it
who aro shown by tholr nets to bo
tho best of tholr sort in tho finivor
'slty. Evor slnco athletics woro first
introduced Into Aniorlcnn colleges
placos on tbo varsity tonm havo boon
coveted. Tbo gaming Instinct which
ontors into tho composition of ovory
man demandB that ho attempt to win
such honors ns these. Consequently
tho collogo lottors havo been tho
sourco of tho hardest atrlfo. Mon
havo felt that possession of tills om
blem placed thorn in a rank ahead of
tholr follows In at loast ono depart
ment of life, and thoy havo fought
hnrd to bo thus honored.
At Nebraska the honor of tho "N"
has been no Joss than thnt of othor
letters at other schoolB. Men havo
sacrificed much that tholr namos
might be enrolled on tho honor list.
This striving has raised tho standard
of athletics hero a'B olsoMioro and it
will continue to do so ns long as mon
remain-, possessed with tho doslro for
vlBlble .honors. For in working to
win an "N" to honor thomBolves, mon
cannot but also honor tho grantor of
tho "N." '
WHY NOT HERE A8 WELL?
Iowa Stato Collogo at Amos has
boon congratulating ftsolf on acqulr
Ing tho fourth session of tho govern
ment grnduato school of agrlculturo
to bo hold at Ames July 4 to August
4, 1910. This will bo tho fourth ses
sion of this school, tho first liavlng
been hold nt Ohio, tho second at Illi
nois, nnd tho third at Cornell. Unl-
. At Cornell '1C4" of tho leading collogo
and experiment station workers of the
United States attonded tho courses
offered. A still larger enrollment Is
oxpoctcd at Ames noxt summon The.
agricultural colleges of tho country
aro coming to a bettor support of the
movoment ovory yoar, realizing that a
month spent in graduato study greatly
strengthens tholr teaching and Investi
gating forco. Tho work consists of
locturos, somlnarB, laboratory oxer
cIsob, and field excursions. Tho lec
tures aro given by rocognlzed au
thorities In tho different linos. It is
hoped that at lenst two European
scientists can bo obtained for tho
Nowspnpor dlBpatcheB emanating
from Ames state: "Tho location of tho
graduato school at Ames noxt yoar is
a great honor for tho school, as, It
bIiowb tho high position which It holds
among tho agricultural colleges of thq
Truly, Iowa's school of agrlculturo
is admlttodly a great school, but what
about NobraBka In that conuoctlon?
This stato Ih ono of tho greatest pro
ducers of food stuffs in tho entire
union, Iowa not oxcoptod. Hor rlogls
laturo has lavished upon tho stato ag
ricultural school appropriations wholly
out of proportion to tho bIzo of tho
school compared with tho other col
leges of tbo university. Tho lawmnk
orH havo dono this bocaiiBO thoy
thought that they woro establishing
a premier Institution for tho tenchlng
of scientific agriculture.
This much being bo, It bohoovos tho
unulvcrsity administration to utlllzo
tho forcos nt tholr command In en
deavoring to locnto tho next session
of this grndunto school of agrlculturo
Solid Calf Genuine
Goodyear Welt Sole
Bud is Pioneer in
in the classy $2.50
in Lincoln. Such a school has no
plnco In tho far oast. Neither will It
havo tho groatcst bonollclal scopo If
located In tho fur west, Tho mlddlo
west Is tho logical placo for it to bo
located, and Nebraska Is tho logical
university to bo noxt favorod. Lo
catod horo, tho school would do groat
good to tho agricultural IntorostB of
tho stato ns well as to tho unl vorslty
A determined effort should bo mndo
at onco to securo tho noxt session of
tho school, if tho University of No-
brnska wishes to tnko advantago of
the high plnco which It is supposed
to hold among tho agricultural col
leges of tho country.
A NEBRASKA GLEE CLUB.
On January 7, Nebraska students
will havo nn opportunity of hoarlng
tho Oberlln collogo gleo club, a troup
which Is making good among organi
zations of this character. Undoubt
edly university studerlts will turn out
In good numbors to hoar tho Oborlln
singers and it will In all probability
bo an appreciative audience.
But it is to bo wondorod if thero
will not bo somo who will havo a Ht
tlo twlngo of Jealousy as they hoar
their follows applaud tho offorts of
'Prof, Caldwell i
ALL SOULS CHURCH (Unitarian)
Corner H and 12th Streets
ARTHUR E. WEATHERLY, Minister,
Services 11a.m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
q Sunday, December 12th. Sermon subject: "The Church of The
$ Social Ethics Class 12:15: Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader
J 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 commited to
the search after truth.
tho students of another college Will
thoro not bo a few loyal Nobraskans
who will put to thomBolves tho ques
tion, "Why can't wo havo this our
selves?" Why, Indeed, can't wo.
Why cannot Nebraska once again,
qb In years past, have a gleo club of
its own which will comparo more than
favorably with organizations like that
at Oborlln? Therb was .a ydar not so
vory long ago when tho University
Gloo Club figured prominently in the
nowspapor headlinos ns an onorgotlc
unique crowd of young men. That
waB tho year of tho ill-fated coast
tour, when tho San Francisco earth
quake put a qulotiiB on the ambitlouB
plans of tho club. Combined with
1415 O St.
bad management, this failure left tho
club In bad financial Btraits. It took
months of hard work to clear up tho
doflclt, and, when tho dobt was finally
paid, tho club had no spirit loft to
continuo its work.
For two yenrs now tho gleo club
proposition has boon dormant. Thoro
aro still good singers In tho univer
sity, plonty of material for a club, but
It has not boon organized. Tho rea
son Is easily understood in tho light
of thn lllHtorv nf innfi-7. Tint Hint his.
tory Is now past and tho time has
COIllo for a revival of Mm Nnhrnnlrn
glee club along broader and better
lines than over before. Lot tho Obor
lln concert servo to awaken a now
interest in tho homo propoct.
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
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art students. Art gallery.
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All Students are cordially invited to attend its services.
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