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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910.
with colncidont reports of both a
Latin, and a Gorman piny, It 1b plainly
ovldont that Nebraska students aro
npt lacking In ability pr in ambition.
Such pflortB aB these aro the finishing
touchos which mako tho study of a
languago what It ought to he. Thoy
have an Interest which ordinary class
wprK does not have, and, thoy require
ability pf more than ordinary degree.
Their occurrence proveB tho ambitious
character of tho york dono In these
departments and particularly by tho
Tho collego of engineering is cei--
0O0OOOO00OOOBOO O O O000000000
8 CON VOCATION
Nebraska can well bo proud of the
showing it already makes in nssocin-
tlon-work, and Its students can well
bo ambitious for a still better record.
Tonight tho engineers glvo their
first vaudeville, and from all indica
tions tho entertainment will be a suc
cess. Tho engineering college has n
largo number of hustlers In its ranks
and these men aro working hard to
ostabllsh a new stunt for the univer
sity. Not tho least Interesting feature of
tho ovening is tho probable attendance
of loading mombors of the faculty.
Too often faculty members feel such
student activities beneath their dig
nity and mako themselves conspicuous
for their absonco. Tho fact has been
ovldont already this year that some
thing of a chango faB being worked in
this regard. Tonight will evidence Its
further development, a development
with valuable meaning in its indica
tion of a hotter co-operation of fac
ulty and students.
PURP08E OF RULES.
It 1b tho purpose of all laws and
rulOB to protect socloty from an in
fringements of Its rights or privilege
by tho outlaw mombors who havo not
In themselves tho moral qualities
rcqulslto to bucIi action. All rules
aro mado for a purpose, and the regu-
Too frequently tho man who has spent
four or bIx years in Europe comes to
havo an exaggerated Idea of tho in
feriority of hiB nntive country. Espe
cially would this be true of young men
In college, tho most Impressionable
age of man. Americans cannot afford
to becomo unduly optimistic, but
neither can thoy becomo too doubtful
of tho ability of their nation.
Tho plan now followed In one or
two Institutions of exchanging profes
sors would seem to possess some of
tho advantages nnd less of tho disad
vantages of tho studont-exchange
schomo. If American students could
corao undor tho partial Influence of a
foreign teacher for threo or four years
and then, perhaps, take a year's work
in Europe In order to achieve an ap
preciation of European methods, good
would undoubtedly result.
Light and Dark Colors
Tho next moetlng of tho collegiate
alumnae of Now York will discuss tho
agencies for municipal welfare and the
possibilities of co-operation open to
womep. ThiB association bolioves that
tho present college curriculum does
not adjust women to tho economic, le
gal and political conditions into which
women are thrown after leaving college.
Princeton defeated Cornell in the
first of tho lntercolleglato hockey
league gomes by a score of 1 to 0.
SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES
GLOVES. SEE ME FOR
ANYTHING IN DRESSY
1415 O St.
talnly having plenty of troublo In set
tling itself In its now building. De
lays In first ono thing and then an
other havo becomo tho habitual order
of things. Laboratory work In several
courses has boon Boriously lntorforod
with and now announcement is made
that still anothor course, must bo can
colled. Yet tho department Is manag
ing to shift Its courses so that littlo
ultimate harm will result. When at
last tho changes are complete, tho col
lego will, howover, bo established In
quarters without a superior In any
school of similar character.
Tho exhibition of tho Pawnee City
high Bchool orchestra at convocation
yesterday proves what can be dono in
organizing secondary school enter
prises. Tho performance whs a sur
prise to many students and tho same
company has surprised some of tho
teachers in Lincoln this week as well.
It Is a good ondoavor and thoso hack
of tho orchestra can woll bo compli
mented on their work.
Y. M. QET8 MEMBERS.
In trying to put Nebraska in the
front rank of American universities
for membership in Y. M. C. A. associ
ations, tho local aBBoclatlon Is endeav
oring to glvo Nebraska a leading place
In a work which Is understood to stand
for much In tho moral life of univer
Tho work of the Y. M. G. A., found
ed not bo many years ago by a London
dork, has been ono-of tho marvels of
modern religious movements. Tho
association In Its triple appeal to tho
moral, athletic and Intellectual Inter
ests of tho young man, has offered a
combination which has attracted tho
support of men of all natlonB.
Tho student associations aro but ono
' phase of a work which is growing at
rapid strides. Yet tho student organ
IsatJpps aj-o, a most Important develop
pfljy jpd e leading universities rec
qgnlz jJbBjB) as a principal influence In
the socjl jjfe pt the student body, as
(! &.&evr.ol,elus work'.
latlons of tho library aro no oxception.
It is prescribed in theso rules that
no books shall bo taken from tho li
brary savo for stated times and with
tho permission of tho librarian. Yet
atudonta aro daily taking books and
periodicals from tho building by
stealth. In somo cases books nro per
manently romoved and in numerous
cases thoy aro kopt out for several
days or for weeks,
Such action as this betrays a lack
of something in tho charactor of the
studont Tho thoft of a hook from
tho library is more of a crime In fact
than tho ordinary taking of a publica
tion. In taking a library book tho
thief steals not only tho book, but also
tho rights of his fellow students. Such
action is oxtromely culpablo and
Bhould be curtailed Immediately.
AN EXCHANGE OF 8TUDENT8.
Anothor ono of a sorles of schemes
proposed for an oxchango of univer
sity students hotweon this country
and Europo is announced. This time
tho plan is for tho establishment or
bureaus which shall further tho work
of tranBferlng Americans to foreign
schools and bringing European youths
to this country.
Plans such as this hayo boon formu
lated in several instances, and the
Rhodes, scholarship scheme exhibits
tho most comprehensive which has
boon put in actual operation. While
tho good' of such systems has been
wfdoly heralded there are yot somo
who doubt their advisability.
Tho idea or sending American stu
dents to foreign countries for their
education in special courses and par
ticularly in post-graduate work is un
doubtedly commendable. Tho unlvor-,
slties of Europo still afford opportuni
ties for advanced work wblch Ameri
can cannot duplicate. But is is ques
tionable, wfyqtjjor it Is jto tbo advan
tage pf this foiiqtry for any consider
able nymber 9 ty.r Students to take
tbejr wholp course in a foreign land.
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January 14t 1910
14, Friday, 5:00 p. 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., Tomplo Theater
15, Saturday, Lincoln hotel Fresh
15, Saturday, Chorus party.
16, Sunday, 4 p. ra., Temple Unlver
slty mass meeting. Rochester
18, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. First meet
ing of wrestling cIobb.
18, Tuesday, 8 p. ra., -M. A. IOC E. F.
Shurlg on "Engineering Contract
ing." 20, Thursday, 11:30 a. n. Freshman
18, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., N 2. Forest
club. Prof. Barbour.
21, Friday, Fraternity foall. Qopbo-
Convocation, Regent George Cpupo
land, "p3gher Education In Its
Rolatlpn to Cpimtry Life."
20, Thursday, Convocation, ynjversl
tv Chorus anjj EJoloJsts. SejeV
tlons frpjn "Faust."
Temple Theater 8 P. M.
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