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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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lively iioor. YoL on the noxi night
fully nH many Htudonts attended a
dnnco which cost moro por man than
tho vnudovlllo jund 'which wn only ono
or a HorloB, whoroaa the vnudovlllo In
tho only entertainment of Uh kind
during tho your. Tho popularity of
tho hop nB a unlvorslty nmuHomont
was iijcnln Hhown nnd It should jirouso
tho wonder or studontB, Thcro nro
dances In plenty during tho', year;
there Ib only ono vnudovlllo,. yot, do
Hplte tho nbvolty of tho occasion, ono
nttrnctlon drew JnBt uh many nH tho
other. Ib It not porhaps true ,lhat
there Hhould Tjo a llttlo realignment of
should not bo admitted to the tench
Llotween tho two dnngcrH there Ib
a menu which enn afford to bo 8t riven
for. Whether or not tho nctunl condi
tiotiH nro on ono or nnothor Hide of tho
Idenl Ib n dobntcnblo question.
Febr. 5 Inter-Frat
Febr. 11 Non-Frat
I Season Tickets 75c Two Inf ormals
TRIES TO ENTER THE PANTRY.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1910.
Saturday Presidents Wfttoru of; Kan
Has" nnd Storms of Iowa vlBltod tho
campus. 'And it hns boon n damp cam
pus over slnco.
Tho notion of the administration In
suspending two HtudontH for tlagrnut
cribbing should T)o n warning to othorB
not to do llkowisc. TIiIb Is tho flust no
tion or tho sort during tho curront
year and It Indicates that the author
ities do not intend to allow any InpBes
or H'ueh nature Vhllo It is perhnpB
urging morality on a low level to call
attention to the suspension as a mat
tor or warning to othot-B tempted, it
ROFE880R8 AND POLITICS.
Thero Ib much truth In tho nsBcrtlon
of a unlvorBlty professor recently that
tho people should look to tho univer
sity teachers for advlco on quofltlouH
or economics nnd sociology. Tho pro
fessors are flic- host Informed on tholr
particular subjects and, snvo h somd
cubob whoro individuals' allow consid
eration Tor tho. theory to obliterate tho
practical, thoy are undoubtedly well
qualified to glvo udvlco. Yot It Ib ox
tremely doubtful whothor thoy will
evcrfVench the point achieved by the
German profeBBor alluded to, wIiobo
work Is taken as tho court of last re
sort In such questions.
As long as this country. rmnuinK u
democratic republic thero aro bound
to be soveral great political parties,
Alpha Chi Omega House 8cene of At
' Tho Alpha Chi Omega Bororlty
house "I2fttt street, "waB the Bceno
of an attempted robbery Thursday
night. Owing to tho tlmoly interven
tion of a mombcr of the. Phi Qamma
Delta fnitornjty police Intervention
The burglar, It appears, was making
strenuous efforts to Insert himself In
to the pnntry window of the Alpha Chi
Omega house vhen tho vigilant eye
or one or tho neighbors detected hlni.
What tho burglar's Intentions were,
whether plo was tho solo object of IiIb
nocturnal efforts at pantry-broaking,
Is still n subject for conjecture. Some
a 111 nil that he wan or a lean and oma
clpatcd appearance nnd from this evi
dence conclude that hunger alone
drove him to tho dood.
Tilie fact remains, however," that
after the neighbor discovered his
presence the burglar fled. No official
Investigation or the affair has been
Remarkable array of Tans
and Wines, $3:50 to $5.00
sale at this cut price. Most
ly fn.nt.orv lines inst. hnncht
at especially low prices. 1415 O St.
yet seems to bo tho only consideration
to Homo niindtf. There aro Htudonts so
constituted mentally that no appeal
to honor, Bonso or fair play, or any
other ethical standard, will stop tholr
cheating. Thtsonly appeal that can bo
mado to such mlndB Ib a penalty. To
students or this typo Is the suspension
referred iih a warning.
Tho announced scarcity In material
for tho upivorslty track team should
arouse the interest of a number or
men who have tho stuff in thorn, but
who have not been, trying out system
atically There aroTi considerable
number or unlvorslty mon who might
inako good on tho track, but for ono
reason or another thoy have not seen
their way clear to active work. Now
Is tho tlmo. for these mon to grasp tho
opportunity offered and got to work.
.school demand ihat thoy
gotr-oujt and do what thoy can.
with two usually leading tho rest.
With tills condition prevailing, any
man who submits opinions on. politi
cal subjects must cxpoct to run tho
gauntlet of party criticism. Parties
have never yot existed without parti
sanship and it is a rather Utopian
Idea to expect any other condition.
And n& long as tho professor Is to
be subjected to political criticism it Is
perhaps bettor that ho should stay out
of politics. As tho Nebraska profes
sor stated, under present conditions
the teacher who enters tho arena will
find his statements to his classes dis
counted In tho Interims between cam
paigns. Rather than tlut his usotul
ness. bo thus Impaired It Is1 well that
many professors follow tbe course that
thoy do, nnd stay off tho stump. -
.' UP TO ENGINEER8.
Tlje Engineers' Vnudovlllo Friday
night was a hu'ccosb Insofar as tho
excellence of tho program rendered Is.
considered. Tho stunts wore abovo
tho average which most of those pres
ent expected nnd the entertainment
demonstrated tho ability of studonts
to Btago an intorostlng vaudevlllo "pro-ductlonf--
The- attendance wnB not, however,
up to tho desires of tho committee.
Tho crowd. wasV fair-sized, but It was
not large, and fcj a noticeable fact
that thoYowa8 not any great preponderance-
of engineers. Other1, colleges
, supported' the event nlmoBt lis well as
did the memhera of the partlcularfcol-
' lege which was hacking tho enter
prlso, If -would he, well if tho engi
neers should make noto of this condl
- t Ion rand-remember It when nfixt'thoy
are called1 upon
.The "vaudeville emphasized another
foaturo of entertainment; pojfu.larlty.
Tho attendance there was compara-
Moro up-to-date profossors, with a
larger percentage of youngor men Ib
ho need of tho American collego syB
tern, according to a Nebraska profoB
sor. He believes that the lack or a
pension systom In state universities
has caused many men to bo retained
after tholr period of usefulness' was
over, Blmply because public sympathy
would not allow of tholr b'elng forced
out without some means of a living.
College profossors as a rule are not
nigniy paw. Their position requires
a cqnBldornbie expense" In order thrta-
they may not fall behind modern moth
Tho result, rroquent
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ods nnd customs.
ly Is thnt the profossor grows old with
out making adequate preparation for
his caro in old age. It Is this condi
tion which brings about tho rotontlon
or men at an advanced ago In cbllege
Yot tliore is another exTronio which
must bo avoided Just as much. , That
is tho danger-af tho young manj Uni
versities have always boonrconsorva
tiye Institutions. Thoy should be so
continued, if the Influx" or a largo
number ofiyoung raori means a les
sened stability, then tho young men
18, (Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. First meet
ing of wrostllng class.
18, Tuesday, 11:30. Memorial Hull
Junior class meets.
18, Tuesday, -11;307 -Temples-Junior
11:00 a in. Convocation, Regent
Coupland and Alexander Johnson.
11:00 a m U 102, Freshman consti
11:00 a. m., U 112, .Freshman color
7:110 p. m., Temple, Unlvorslty Re
8.0(r p. m "E..T3. lecture IiFE. TS.
building, by Edward Schurlg.
18, Tuesday, 8 p m., M. A. 106 E. F.
Shtirig on 'JEnglneorlng Contract
ing." . &
20, Thursday, i:30 a. in. Freshman
18, Tuesday; 7:30 p. m., N 2. Forest
club. Prof.' Barbour.
21, Friday, Fraternity hall. Sopho
Convocation, Regent George Coupe
land, "Higher Education -in Its
- Relation to Country Life."
20, Thursday, Convocation. Universi
ty Chorus and Soloists. - Selec
tions from "Faust."
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