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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
. l'HENrPROPERTiJ OF,.
THE UNIVERSITY OP. NEBRASKA,
I- ' Iilnooln, Nobnmkh..
BY THE. BT.yPENff TUB. BOltP. .
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I High, School Orchestra
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910.
"Tho Toturnfl Tor tho laut term of
scholarship mnrks nt tho ofllco of tho
dean' of tho collogo show an uncom
monly' good record for the moh of the
football squad," says tho Yalo Alumni
Wookly. Bettered scholarship has
synchronised with tho training of. a
championship toam, and, porhapB, tho
best toum that has ever represented
Yalo on tho gridiron. Such a result
' for a Blnglo season Ib not, of course,
concluBlvo. It may possibly bo a co
incidence rather than a co-relation
of nthlotic and mental forces. But It
does mako protty strongly for tho Idea
that In caBO of tho Individual athloto
Into tho conference and promises, to
bo good. Michigan shows no Imine
.diato lntontlon of taking any such ac
.tUm.and Is making up her 1010 sched
ule without asking tho consent of tho
conference mentors on the disputed
On tho Michigan schedule Minne
sota Is given a place. Now Chicago
demands that this game bo cancelled.
If tho Gophers will not drop Michi
gan, Chicago announcoB her willing
ness to leavo Minnesota off the
Maroon list In 1910. With this situ-
i-ntlon In tho conforenco it seems quite
poBslblo that the Gophers will Beck
a release from their agreement with
Michigan. If this action Is taken,
Michigan will havo an oppn date, and
It Is said that she may consider Ne
braska for tho place.
If played, it Is understood tho game
would bo in Omaha. Whether or not
such an arrangement will go through
Ib problematical. Nebraska, students
can, however, well afford to bo Inter
ested In the outcome of the conference
FROM THE FAR EAST.
Onco ugaln is tho progressive ntti
tudo of tho races of tho far cast
brought directly to tho attention of
Nebraska students. It Is "how nn
announced that a native Korean, en
rolled In tho university, is giving mil
itary training to a group of hiB coun-
as WIsconBin -and her student body Ib
generally healthy. Sanitary condi
tions aro not bad.
It la well, however, ovon nt Nebras
ka, for careful medical oversight to as
groat nn extent as Is necessary. A
stop has been taken In that direction
by the request that all cases of stu
dent sickness bo reported at onco to
tho registrar's office, that" propor at
tention may be rendered If necessary.
This request should bo generally un
derstood and carofully followed. Its
obedience will not matter to a major
ity of BtudentB, but to a few It may
ADDRESS BY ELECTRICIAN.
E. F. Shurig to Speak Before Ne.
braska Electrical Engineers Jan. 18.
The University' of Nebraska branch
of tho American Institute of Electri
cal Engineers announces an open
meeting for January 18th, 1910, at
which Mr Edwin F. Shurig will apeak
on "Electrical Engineering Contract
ing." The mooting will be held In
Room 10G M. A at 8:00 p m.
Mr. Shurig Is a man of wldo expe
rience In, this work and has traveled
over a largo part of the globe. For
tho last five years he haB been con
nected, as president and treasurer,
with I ho Standard Electric Co., of
Omaha. Ho comes to Lincoln to give
UiIb lecture by special Invitation of
tho A. I. E. E.
DRILL TANS 13750.' gUDD
thoro is "no oxcubo for his charging
athletics ylth his low scholarship
stand if ho has one."
A CONVOCATION NEED.
- Ever Blnco tho beginning pf tho
someBtor tho Nobraskan has boon call
ing attention to tho lack of studont
IntorcBt In tho soml-wookly convoca
tions. Tho fact of such a lack can
not bo denied, but It may bo that n
wrong has been done In ascribing it
ontiroly to fault of tho students. It Is
just possible that tho convocations
are to bo blamed.
In looking over the announcements
for several weeks, it appears that tho
locturo convocations those hold on
Tuesday aro largely, if not almost
ontiroly, dovoted to highly Intellec
tual addresses. - Tho programs aro
calculated to uplift tho listeners and
as such they are highly to ho com
mended. But thoro Is lacking in tho
university a series of addresses on
currant topics of interest to students,
'.expressed In common-day language.
It -may bo that tho convocation po
riod is not the tlmo .for such a series.
If that ,1a tho caso then tho Friday
afterrQqnt. period should bo devoted
i&Ctlthlsou&o. Questions of moment aro
but imperfectly discussed 'in the dally
papery land- many students havo not
-jth.0 .Umo .to rend widely In tho press.
lAiHhort r.esumo of leading events of
ib week by men. who aro in a position-
to Snow would .bo a valuahlo
.rawing card. Either this or a series
ptr addresses, oach completely cover
ing some upto-date question, would
result In greatly Increasing convoca
trymon who aro studying in tho
schoolB of Lincoln. Theso men aro
doing JhlB with tho deflnlto purpose of
preparing themselves In order that
they may In tho futuro bo of aid to
their country In caso of conflict with
Japan or other powers.
What 1b happening hero at Nebras
ka is occurring In many American uni
versities. In almost every institution
of any slzo will bo found ono or more
groups of tho--oastornorB, sometimes
Iorean b, sometimes Japanese, and
somotimes members of other races.
Every group Is earnestly ondeavorlng
to abBorb tho maximum amount of
western culture and knowledge during
Its stay in this country.
Within, a fow years theso men who
are now studying American methods
and principles will bo tho leaders In
the east Their influonco there and
tholr success in introducing western
Ideas In an eastern civilization may
mark tho destiny of tho world. ' In
any caso it will havo a powerful effect
on tho foreign relations of this coun
try a score of years hence. In all of
which Nebraska university is doing
its llttlo part, which Insignificant as
It may bo, Is "nevertheless counting
towards-tho ono result.
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. MICHIGAN POSSIBILITIES.
.- -Tho present wrangle In tho west
ern conference" may haVo direct
reeulta - on.' the Nebraska football
schedule rfor 1910. Chicago is lnslBt
Ingjthat' all 'members- of the' confer
ence rigidly aVoId con testa with Mich-IgH-.untlMhat
institution comes back
A MEDICAL ADVI8ER.
Wisconsin has just installed a med
ical adviser who will treat nil students
free of cost in caso of illness when
thoy cannot afford tho services of
regular physicians. Asldo from these
duties he will be charged with a gen
oral oversight of tho physical condi
tion of students, including personal
physical examinations and sanitary In
spection. To pay for theso services
each student will bo charged a fee of
?1. ' t
Such a system as that just adopted
by tho Wisconsin authorities may-well
bo considered by other universities.
At Nebraska the nee'd of. 'such an of
fice Is ndt yet strikingly evident. 'Ne
braska. Is not so .large an institution
12, Weduosdny, 8 p. m., Temple teha-
ter G. A. uamey, "Farm Ma
chinery." 13, Thursday, 11 a. m., freshman hop
committee, U 112.
13, Thursday, 11 a. m. Convocation.
. , Pawneo City high school orches
tra. 13, Thursday, 11:15 a. ra., Dr. Clapp's
ofllco. Inter-frat athlotic board.
13, Thursday, 11:30 u. m. Senior class
meats. Announcement senior
13, Thursday, 11:30 a. m., Memorial
Hall Engineers' rally for vaude-
13, Thursday; 4 p. m. Sophomore bas
ketball candidates meet in Memo
14, Friday, 5:00 pv m., publication
15, Saturday, 8:00 p. m., English 'club
meets with Miss Syford.
13, Thursday, 8 p. m., Komonsky club
muslcale Prof. Molzer.
14, Friday, 8 -p. m., Templo Thoator
15, Saturday, Lincoln ..hotel Fresh
15, Saturday, Chorus party.
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