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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY G, 1010.
1910 A QUERY.
With tho oponlng of clnHHoa yester
day the unlvorBlty entered upon a now
calendar year, tho forty-second or Its
oxlBtonco. It 1b a year which has great
possibilities although tho Tact must al
so ho recognized that no great advanco
During tho past year much baa boon
dono to further tho Interests of tho
state's, neatest educational Institution.
Firm foundations havo been laid for
futuro development. Tho BChomo of
organization has been changed to ad
mit of bettor growth of tho various de
partments. A now chancellor has as-
or tho people of tho state, depends
tho rosult. .
A WRONG IDEA.
A Lincoln dally comes forth with an
emphatic plea for better training of
young men and women In 'reading,
rlthmotlc and Vltlng the traditional
three "It's". Tho paper complolnB of
Its oxporionco with cub reporters who'
hold university diplomas and arc yet
pndly .lacking In theso branches.
This and similar statements have
boon frequently mudo In tho public
print and clBOwhoro. For years It has
boon th.o pot of many writers to do
p'.oro what thoy deem a sadrlflco of
tho essential fundamentals for the Iobs
necessary appurtenances acquired In
tho Bo-called higher education. There
Is some truth In tho fault-finding, but
wo believe that such criticisms cannot
well bo applied to universities.
Undoubtedly tho graduate or the
secondary institutions are sometimes
lacking In their knowledge or compar
atively primary branches of learning.
But proor must bo quoted to show that
college graduates are similarly lack
ing. Tho man who has tho deBlro to
go to college and who pursues his
studies there to n successful comple
tion is not one who leuves his earlier
education without a 8atiBractory know
ledge or tbo rudiments of learning.
Undoubtedly there aro exceptions
and It may be from a chanco acquaint-
AT THE THEATRES.
Orpheum Bill Good.
One or tho best bills Binco tho open
ing of school Is bolng presented thie
week at tho Orpheum. Tho feature
aro unique and entertaining. Edward
LaVino docB somo juggling Btuntf
which aro now and attractive. Hh
juggling of objects of extreme weight
and extreme lightness is nothing short
Tho performing raonkoy, Charles the
First, carries through an act which it
far better than the usual run of an I
mal stunts. Ho appears fully dressed
as a human being and does a numbei
of the ordinary acts of man. Ho per
forms tricks with a bicycle equal to
many of those dono by alleged ex
Tho Sisters McConnell do well ir
singing and dancing, though they arc
not In a cIbbs with the two leading
numbers. Miss Frary sings popular
BongB and Hal Godrrey & Co., glvo p
neat comedy sketch. Lydoll and But
terworth In a negro team stunt and
motion pictures conclude the program
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Comedy at the Lyric.
A regular "scroam" Is on at the
Lyric this wook. "The Maniac" is the
title under which a clover bit or com
edy 1b staged by the Lyric stock com
pany. A young man, falling In love
with a girl, follows her to her home
Arriving there, ho finds that her whole
Splendid for good hard
service welts priced
especially for the student
who believes n economy. 1416 O St
sumed ofhco and by Ills conduct ho has 1 anco with Bomo or thoao that the edl
removed all doubt as to his ability tor gets his Idea or general conditions.
and fltneBB ror tho task. Through tho
nets or tho state lgglslaturo tho uni
versity has heen enabled to make
needed Improvements. Not tho least
of thoBo has heen tho construction of
a new athletic field, tho equipment of
tbo engineering building, tho erection
of a groonhouso, and sundry changes
ai tho state farm. Tho esthetic Inter
ests of tho university havo profited
by tho employment of a landscape gar
dener to supervise tho city and rami
Unlike 1909, tho coming year must
largely bo a year or preparation rather
than or visible achievement. Tho ac
tive work resulting rrom tho session
of tho legislature must give way to
preparation for further activities In
.1911. Plans may bo laid for enlarging
the city campuB along artistic lines
and caroful work may bo carried on
within the unlvorBlty In harmonizing
and developing tho various Interests
of tho school. Tho campus enlarge
ment Bcherao probably ranks of first
Importance. From tho efforts put
forth In tho next twelvo months tho
ultimate advancement of tho universi
ty during a long period oi years may
While it Is recognized that the com
ing year la one of unusual importance,
friends of the university can bo neither
over-conlldent nor pessimistic. Tho
present attitude of the people of tho
But It Ib moro than likely that hlB be
lief arlBcs from tho fact that ho is a
special student or these things, where
as thgjncn he criticises possess a gen
eral knowledge applicable to other
fields than the newspaper business.
Newspaper English Is a specialized
Eagllstr, adapted to fit peculiar needs,
nnd differing widely from the rhotorlc
of debate, of essay, or of other forms
of literature. Tho university gradu
ate, with all his knowledge of debato
and of literature, may require sonie
time to apply his learning to the spe
cial requirements of the newspaper
which employs him. This may account
for tho seeming Ignorance of which
tho editor complains.
family is made Up of a bunch of crankf
all "dippy" on Borne hobby. Amusing
situations necessarily follow.
Tho Daily Nobraskan has several
times referred to tho necessity of a
carorul observance of social conven
tions by all university students. Tho
ordinary customs of polite society can
not bo violated by young men and
women simply because thoy happen
to bo brought together as members or
a distinct social organization.
sIn a university such as Nebraska
many little freedoms of action and of
speech aro tolerated which would be
frowned upon In a different communi
ty But tho very character or a state
IflF Thc Tailor
J 9 - ) SPECIALIST ON
Refitting and All Kinks of Altering
Particular attention to ladies
work and uniforms.
CLEANING and PRESSING
Done by Hand and not by Machinery
UPSTAIRS, 132S.O ST. LINCOLN
Scene from THE RIGHT OF WAY
At the Oliver Today 2:30, Tonight 8:15
The next melodrama to bo seen hero will bo tho dramatization or Sir
Gilbert Parker's well known novel, "The Right or Way," by Eugeno Prea
bery. It Is a heavy, Intense drama with many strong situations which border
on tho tragic. It comes to tho Oliver theater today, matinee and night.
Tho dramatization or Sir Gilbert Parker's story is very direct, sharp and
compelling. From the beginning or the first act to the end, you are Inter-'
The story or "Tho Right or Way" Is, wo presume, quite familiar to. the
novel reader. Charlie Steele 1b a doubter and a debauche; he lacks tho' will
ot do much more than laugh at those who Would do right. He llnda" that hl
wife la In love with another man and ho goes to what he 'bollovea la a;cor
tain death in a dive outside or Montreal. ,
InBtead or being killed ho is Injured so that for three ,yoars ho forgetft
his old pessimistic, degraded self. He does not even remember, his own
name, and ho rails In lovo with a young, Innbcent girl, not' Knowing that' h'la
wire still lives. A surgical operation restores hjs memory and senBQ of re
sponsibility, and he has to choose between going back to his old unhappy
lire, and remaining in the life that, however uncertain its foundations, looks
toward the sun.
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university as a democratic institution
state tbwards tho university is appar- for the education on an equal footing
. ently moro friendly than It has been of both men and women excuses these
for several yearB but this by no means , minor things.- It does not excuse, how
Insures tho granting of all that the vor, tho throwing aBldo of major so
university deems needful for Its do- cial rules. These must bo observed,
velopmont On tho other hand there uo matter what tho form of society
are excellent chances of tho unlvorsl- may ho, and tho action of the faculty
ty'a recolviug valuable aid from tho commltteo In arranging for a stricter
state at the next opportunity. J supervision and moro drastic ponal-
Nlaeteen ten Is thus a year of ties should be comemndod. Certain
queries 'for the university. Much may (curtesies and certain safegnords are
be won, or llttlo progress may ho duo all Individuals and It is up to stu
made. Upon 'tho loyalty of faculty dents anj faculty alike to see that
,ahd alumhl, and upon tho generosity they aro assured at. Nebraska,
5, Wednesday, 3 p. m Tomplo theater
Oborlln College Glee Club.
5, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., M. E. 20C.
Engineering society meets.
6, Thursday, 11 a. m., U 106. Sopho
more informal commltteo.
11 a. m. Convocation. Violin recital,
7, Friday, Lincoln HotelSenior prom
8, Saturday,. Armory "Streets of All
14, Friday,. 8 p. m., Teniplo Theator
15, Saturday, Lincoln hotel Fresh
16, Saturday, Chorus party.
18, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N 2. Forest
club. Prof. Barbour.
21, Friday,' Fraternity hall. Sopho
4, Friday Junior prom.
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and Lowney's Chocolates
and Bon Bons
Afcl rv 4fl
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School"
AUTO 4477 a E- HOLLAED. U-. of N. 'OS. Manager 'DELL A1311
1124 N STREET
FrJdays 8 to J2 P. M,
Ved, and Sat. 8 to J I P. M.
Saturday Night Fancy Dances and Social, UnlvetiUy'Nlght, UniversIty.Orcheslra.
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