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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
TUB PnOPEnTY 01 .
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
DY THE STUDENT PUD. BOAUD.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1910.
"Convocation dooBn't begin till
11:30, does It?" asked a loading sopho
more of a classmato yostorday. "Yos,
It alwayB starts at 11 was tho an
Bwor. "Why, I novor know that," re
plied tho InQulror.
Which conversation might very well
b4 used aB tho toxt for an argument
on tho valuo of tho convocation pe
riods and tho carolessnoss with which
fiomo studentu regard thoir opportuni
ties. A yoar and a half In school, and
then eo Ignorant!
It 1b a rnro compliment to tho abil
ity of tho Dramatic Club that a pro-
fosslonal theater voluntarily comeB to
Jt with an offer for staging Us produc
tion. That tho contract Is essentially
tho Bamo as that ontered Into with
profe88ionallst8 further shows that tho
worth of tho play Is recognized.
It soundB bad to hear repeated
statomonts of suspensions of students
on account of delinquency. But It Is
bottor that tho chaff bo cast aside
than loft to spread trouble Incident
ally tho strict supervision prevents a
lot of delinquency which used to be
tolerated without publicity. The sus
pensions really Indlcato not more de
linquency, but moro publicity and less
Again has a Nebraska professor
been offered an advantageous situation
outside of Lincoln. Ho has not yet
decided to accept tho chance for a
chango, and it Is to bo hoped that ho
will not. Men of his calibro aro need
ed at Nebraska, and it is regrettable
that financial considerations some
times draw them olsowhero. Yot there
aro at Nebraska a number of men
who havo refused largo salary In
creases' In order that they might con
tinue their work hore. It Is that sort
of spirit which counts for much In a
AN ACTIVE AGENT.
In tho Oberlln Glee Club, which ap:
peared at tho Temple Wednesday
ovqnlng, Nebraska students found a
live and capable organization. Tho
music was good and tho program
But the real lesson for Nebraska
students lies not so much In the mere
pleasure of the occasion as in the ex
ample there given of tho real college
spirit Oberlln college is a compara
tively small institution, less than a
third the size of Nebraska. It is pure
ly academlcjn itscourses with a mu
sical conservatory as ono of Its fea-
Streets of All Nations
turca. Yot It 1ms ono of tho most
unified and effective student bodies In
tho country. ItB studonts are Intense
ly loyal and they aro so urganlzea
that their loyalty produces results.
Tho Oborlin Glee Club Is one of tho
roBultB of Oborlin spirit. It Is an ac
tlvo agent In tho'BOclal life of Obor
lin, JuBt as any collogo glee club Is
ono of tho most potent Influences In
tho life of Its school. From Oborlin,
and particularly from tho Oborlin
Gleo Club, Nebraska Btudonts can
loam valuablo lessons.
"BENCHING" 18 IT? i
Queening" 1b arousing, excitement
In tho University of Washington. In
torproted Into Nebraska language,
"queening" meanB "bonchlng" in tho
springtime, and "what-not" In tho
winter. The Washington Daily thus
disports Itself on tho condition of
things at Washington, and the state
ments do not entirely mlBflt Nebras
ka: "Some tlmo ago," says the Dally,
"thoro appeared In a downtown nows
papcr a sensational story to tho ef
fect that Washington had become a
school for quecners and that tho halls
and Iecturo rooms had been diverted
from tho purposes for"- which they"
were originally Intended into conveni
ent bowers for love-makers. Just how
bad conditions wero at that tlmQtho
present wrltor does not know, but
price I am
thoy must havo been moro than or
dinarily flagrant to attract such wide
"Tho day of tho senastlonal news
paper correspondents has passed, but
queening still survives In ono form
or another even as It used to. The
casual wanderer straying through
our classic halls oarly or lato cannot
fall to bo attracted by tho pairs of
turtle doves cooing along tho railings,
or nestling on tho convenient seats
scatterod about tho buildings. They
are as evident as tho flowers In May
or birds In Junetlmo.
"Now queening In itself is not al
together roprohenslblo. Men. have
queened women over Blnco tho day
when Adam smiledJnto Eve's eyeB for
tho first tlmo In tho Garden of Eden,
and they will doubtless continue to
do so until tho last word of love has
been spoken. This editorial does
not purpose to condemn tho queonor
when ho does it as did old Father
Adam out of sight.
"Love-making is not a thing to be
flaunted in tho faces of every passer
by; it should be too serious a matter.
TIiobo who carry on their demonstra
tions in tho public view do so either
because it is not a very deep matter
with them or olso because they wIbIx
to make somebody else envy them.
"On the other hand, the companion
ship of the sexes as It is often made
manifest in our halls bespeaks the
bottormon of tho university and a
closer bond of union bringing to
gether the two types of students, the
college man and the co-ed, moro so,
perhaps, than is done in any of the
larger institutions. We aro told that
at Michigan tho two types are widely
separated, that when a male and a
female student converse on the cam
pus they aro regarded with much In
terest and no little disapproval, that
tho men meet in assembly and pack
tho hall before the women can enter.
"Washington produces not only
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good students, good football players,
good scientists, good all-round ath
letes, It also produces gentlomon,
whoso training In our halls has been
of not Httlo assistance to thorn. Let
ubo continue tho good work, realizing
Its benoflftrand limitations, and curb
ing tho desires to display publicly our
burning admiration for any particu
lar swain or damsel."
At tho Seventy-third convocation
held at tho University of Chicago,
uecomuor zu, ihuu, me uumoer oi
Uhoso receiving academic degrees and
titles was 109. These wero classified
as follows: Ph. D 7; Ph. M., 2; Ph.
B., 13; A. M., 3; A. B., 4; S. B., 12;
Ed. B., 1; D. B., 1; J. D., 1; associate
in arts, G; associate In literature, 33;
associate in science, 12; associate in
philosophy, 13; two-year certificate, 3.
Classified by states and foreign coun
tries those receiving degrees and tkles
appear as follows: Arkansas, 1; Geor
gia, 1; Illinois, 65; Indiana, 3; Iowa,
8; Kansas 1; Louisiana, 1; Mtissa
chusotts, 2; Michigan, 3; Minnesota,
1; Mississippi, 5; New Jersey 1; Nw
York, 2; Ohio, 4; Oklahoma, 1; Penn
sylvania, 1; Utah, 1; Washington, 1;
Wisconsin, 5; Canada, 1; China, 1.
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7, Friday Basketball. Nebraska-Kansas,
at Lawrence, Kan.
7, Friday. Lincoln Hotel Senior prom.
8, Saturday, 2:30 p. m., Art Hall-
8, Saturday Basketball. Nebraska
Kansas, at Lawrence, Kan.
8, Saturday, Armory "Streets of All
11, Tuesday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Sophomore class.
11, Tuesday. 8:00 p. m 220 No. 26th
13, Thursday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Engineers' rally for vaude
ville. 14, Friday, 8 p. m Templo Theater
15, Saturday, Lincoln hotel Fresh
15, Saturday, Chorus .party.
18, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N 2. Forest
club. Prof. Barbour.
21, Friday, Fraternity hall. Sopho
21-22, Friday and Saturday Basket
ball, Armory. Nebraska-Ames.
Informal dance Saturday.
28-29, Friday and- Saturday. Basket
ball. Nebraska vs. Drake. Infor
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