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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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the UNivransiTY of Nebraska,
DY THE STUDENT PUB. DOAilD.
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1910
LhhI i our shortly after tho Intorcol
loKiato (IoI)ii(oh wore over n move wiih
Inaugurated for a r.orloH of IntcrchtHH
dobatoH which woro calculated to en
couriiKo donating niuoiiK Htmlonts who
might not have tho I lino or tho ability
to innlce tho debating nqund hh wo II
U8 umoiiK tlio wqund momhorH tlioiti
Kclvos. Tho endeavor roHultod In n
HorloH of debated which aroiiHod con
Bldorublo IntoroHt and which appar
ently mot tho (IohIioh of tho promo
From all Indication. tlio nt tempt
wan a worthy one and one which miiv
In the January number of tho School
Review, cornea to tho defoiiBo of the
system In her article. "Coeducation
Again." Without considering the ar
guments for or against woman's right
to a higher education, she deals only
with the best method and place of ob
taining it, and with tho reforms of
wrong conditions now existing In tho
coeducational institutions of thfc country.
.MiHH iiiiiHciaie concludes mat co
education has never been afforded a
fair trial, tho housing of the women
ami tho social sido or their lives In
the educational Institution, has never
boon wisely considered in America as
at Oxford and Cambridge In England.
i no iiiouc or living winch women
students are ptill obliged to adopt in
the majority of educational institu
tions, oHpoclally state universities
loaves much to be desired. Without
traditions of their own, and without
guidance from educational authori
ties, the women modeled their Boclal
life after that of tiro men. Side by
side wllh tho fraternity and rrntornlty
house sjirang up tho sorority and sor
ority house. Seldom wns a suitable
patroness placod at the head or this,
but it was rather loft to tho direction
of tho 12 or 20 Inexperienced girls
who woro roHpoiiBlblo for Its existence,
though not ono of tho number could
pioperly overneo a home. Hero the
'hop or the rrat' house and the socle-
AT THE THEATERS.
Good Orpmsum Bill.
There may bo homller races in Lin
coln titan that iKJBsessed by the mes
senger boy In the Orpheum quartet
this week. IJut lr there bo such it Is
saro to say that he 1b hiding in dark
places and keeping Ills countenance
Tar from the light or day and human
Said. moB.songer boy Is surely the
ugliest specimen seen on a local stage
In some time. Hut ho can handle the
funny man's act better than any one
else on this week's bill. Woro It not
for tho "Tuscavy TroubodourB" tho
quartet might take tho honors as "best
of tho week." The Troubodours are
good, ovory one of the six having a
voice or attractive ability.
Tho rault or the bill, if it be a fault,
Is the large numuer or musical num
bers and the luck of real side-splitting
run. IJut what run there is is refined.
In ract In this respect the present bill
is tho best in weeks.
Besides the troubadours and the
quartet there Is a dual, musical stunt,
a novelty pluno-vlolln-voc.nl entertain
ment, a strong contortionist act, a
short farce, and some good clay modeling.
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At convocation' this morning Itev.
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Jarauaary 14 1910 w
well he perpetuated. Last year an In
terclass demiting hoard was formed
with powers of continuing tho de
bates. Tho board will begin very
shortly to make arrangement!) for 1910
debates. With additional time for
more careful preparation the sorlou
could ho made of oven more vnluo
than last year.
TO GAIN POWER
President Lowell of Harvard uni
versity addressed the students of tho
University or Wisconsin lust week.
Me brought out forcibly what ho
deems to bo tho real function of edu
cation. Power, not knowledge, ho
placoH as an ultimate to be gained.
HIb romaks may bo summed' up as
"Ono goes to a university, to gain
not knowledge, but power; not to
learn to know things hut to learn to
do things. We must loam things to
enable ub to reason, to grasp prob
lems. You get Just as much out of
your education as .you put into It
in onergy. Tho larger your start
horo.tho largor your caliber in lator
"Tho main thing In tho dlfforenco In
men's success is in their1 standards.
Tho university affords you tho -place
to sot for yourself high standards.
They form tho way to achievement
for mankind not to personal happi
ness. Tho university affords you a
place to measure yourself and your
"Greater, better, higher than all
you get from your college career
should bo your Btandard. If you have
not "'Eh standard whon you have
"Tlnlshed, you have missed tho most es
sential part of your university education."
Contending that in its forty years
of trial, co-education has not beon
given a fair test, Ellen C. Hinsdale
of Mount Hollyoke collego, writing
ty lady's 'afternoon' aro attempted
with tho oxpondlturo to bo covered by
sacrlllcing somo ordinary propriety of
"Not until tho question of residence
has boon much more wisely considered
than hitherto will coeducation have re
colvod a fair trial. State universities
should provide Iioubob for women stu
dents where nice personal habits and
the graces of social llfo can bo fos
tered, nnd women of culture and bo
elal position should preside over those.
At Oxford and Cambridge, tlje halls
for women are in the care or ladles
of very high connections in the social,
political and lltorary world.
"The creation or tho olllco oi dean
of women Is a beginning of the need
ed reform, though prejudice has some
times accorded scant oourtesy to
In the concluding pnragraph tho
writer discusses tho educational and
Boclal aBpecta of tho woman's college,
which, without n stronger resistance
than at present, will change Into a
new sort of finishing school.
"However, tho social llfo or the
woman's collogo Ib not altogether per
fect. That such an institution is thu
host placo for many girls Is true.
Nevertheless a closo examination of
tlio 'college llfo thoro shows too
great a leaning to tho boarding school.
Tho aoclal sldo of tho woman's col
lego Is threatening to ovorshadow the
educational, If it has not already done
so. Not long ago, a prominent lady In
one of our cities, herself a college
graduate and a person of fine scholar
ship, said to tho writer: 'I wish my
daughter to have tlio college llfo, but
I do not care whether she learns any
thing from books or not.' "
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UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
m una fill &xj r uu?EML?2T Q jfm pf
Fifty men wero recently chosen In
a competitive examination held in
Pekln, China, who -will bo 'distributed
among various American universities.
The Chinese government will pay tholr
11. Tuosday, 11:00 a. m. U 112, Fresh
man hop committee.
11. Tuesday. 11.00 a. m. Convocation,
Itov Q. Z. Batten. .
11, Tuesday, 11:S0 a in., Memorial
Hall Sophomore class.
11, Tuesday, 8:00 p. m., 220 No. 2Cth
12, Wednesday, 8 p. m., Temple toha-
tor (1. A. Ramey, "Farm Ma
chinery." 13, Thursday, 8 p. in., Komensky club
inuslcale Prof. Molzor.
13, Thursday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Engineers rally for vaude
ville. 14, Friday, 8 p. m., Temple Theator
lf, Saturday, Lincoln hotel Fresh
15, Saturday, Chorus party.
18, Tuosday, 7:30 p. m., N 2. Forest
club. Prof. Barbour.
21, Friday, Fraternity hall. Sopho
21-22, Friday and Saturday -Basketball,
Informal danco Saturday.
28-29, Friday and Saturday. Basket
ball. Nebraska vs. Drake. Infor
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