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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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, . the rnopiai
OF , fcnBItAfcKA,
tiY tfllE dtUDENT Mil. iibAitD.
Editor, Victor B. Smith
Managing Editor Kr-Pr-Frederlck
Aiiooiato Editor Carl J. Lord
Associate Editor.... '....T. M. Edgecombe
MuhdOer W. A. Jones
Assistant Manager .0. C. .Klddoo
Circulator V. C. Hascall
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FRIDAY, JANtJAHY 21, 1910.
THoho Kap)it girts who lost tholr
dldflcs down at Missouri aro probably
fodring that tho books may bo
"shown;" according lb MIbbouH CU3
tbrd, lb somb bt Ihqlr frlonds. From
tho fuss which is tiding raised tho
diaricH must havo boon faithfully
' Medical frats, law frats, dental
frats, chomistry frnts, debating frats,
onglhoorlng frats, muBlcal frats, and
flow Journalistic frats! What next?
Twd Bpoclal convocations of moro
than1 ordinary morlt aro bulletined for
today and Tuesday. A. A. Oilman,
who Bpoaks at Iomorial hall this af
tofnoon, is a graduato of Nobraska in
tho class of 1808. Ho haB had many
IntoroBting oxporlonccs In China sinco
leaving tho university and his lecture
should bo interesting. Tuesday Sec
rotary Keppol of Columbia Univorsity
and Vincent Mays of Lincoln, will bo
-iho-flDoaitera at a double convocation
in tho Tomplo.
Tho announcement "is mado that th6
annual Forestry Club book will short
ly bo issued. Tho Forestry Club 1b u
llvo organization and its annual 1b an
Jntorestlpg and instructive publica
tion. Thoro aro a numbor of othor
clubs lii tho university who might
well follow tho oxamplo horo sot and
"Issue tho boBrofTtlioirivork In maga
zlno form at somo tlmo during tho
yoar. It would seem that tho unlvor-
Blty could easily support such pilbll
cations and. It would do'iinioh tn clvo
Nebraska a higher yanking among tho
f Let us win tonight.
Nobraska cannot afford to loso tho
game with Amestonlght. Uor ataild
ihg In Missouri Valley athlotlca la at
atako. Tho y0ar1910 nniBt develop n
series of winning teams for tho Corn
huskors, if tho recognized .standard of
tUo Bchool In western sports is to be
tonight's game is tho first cham
pionship contest of tho year in any
sport. Tho student body expects Cap
tain Porry and his pjen to play a win
ning battle. Nobraska nooq)i that
4A8-OTHER8 SEE U.8;
.Following Is an optlmlotld view oX
-ike value of tho Dally Nebraskan, as
culled from a Idttor recently received
from' an alumnus 8ubscrlber. He
vrUeH: "Howoyor I am often pleased
Ith !Thb Nebraskaa It Jan1 all ball,
and Ihero Is In the main, .mord good
-the A tbkn tognt. ;:'
A. A. GUZMAN
I 5 p. u '
PRESIDENT" XleN. '
Tho ro-oloctlofl bT C. S. Allen to
hoad Iho bord of regents for thb
coming year will bo pleasing lo uni
vorsity students who arb ricqurilntod
with tho work of Mr, Allen and tho
board. Mr. Allori has bectf pro'sHlfiht
of tho bortrd for two yoars and In
that nood, iuTwoIJjib during his pre
vious service as a bortrd uiamUoi', hd
has shown an Untiring interest in tho
wolfaro of tlio UnlvorBlly.
Thoro is much work and compara
tively llttlq holior or glory connected
with a university rogoncy. Thdro Is
still moro work nhd almost no in
creased omolument in tho presidency
of tho board. Any man who is Will
ing to run tho gauntlet of a political
oloctlon, in which his character is
llkory to bo assailed by partisan en
thusiasts and to which ho must do
voto Bomo tlmo and money, deserves
Iho thanks' of tho stato and particu
larly of tho Unlvorslty studonts. In
aomo ways it is unfortunato that tho
TbgoncloB should bo thus opon to tho
clamor and Jobbory of political elec
tions. But tho present systom seems
to allow a roprosentatlvd selection in
no othor way.
President Allon hnB nowbeon elect
ed by tho peoplo of tho state on two
occasions to membership In its high
est bdlicatlonai board. For tho third
tlmo his colleagues havo elected him
thoir oxccutlvo hoad. It 1b to bo
hoped that ho will continue to bo able
Hundreds of pieces of
broken lines, and I am
sorry to say some full
ones of $3.50 shoes. All
sizes at $1.00 off.
to dovdto his tlmo to this position.
His roBldenco in Lincoln and tho Of
ncionfclianictor of his work makes
him tho logical man for tho placo.
ALUMNI IN POLITICS.
Anent tho election of Alexnndor
Johnson as to tho debt which unlvor
slty trained men owo to tho Btate
interesting to noto that Nebraska's
oral instancos boon graduates of tho
Btato univorsity. What 1b moro, prac
tically all of tliom aro loyal support
ors of their alma mattir.
Elmor J, Burkott, present senior
sonator from Nebraska, is a graduate
of tho university In tho "classes of
1893 and 1895. W. H. Hayward, sec
rotaryof tho ropubllcan national com
mlttoo and chairman or tho ropubllcan
8tato central committoo,' Is ai-gr'adu-
atn.nf 1897, J. .A., McOulrfldmik.
cratlc congressman from tho First dls-j
trlct, graduated in 1898 and 1890.
Goorgo Toboy; candidate for tho re
publican congressional nomination for
tho First district, Is another univor
sity man. Still another Is ox-Governor
Georgo Sheldon. When It
comes to minor, fights, and members
of tho legislature, tho univorsity man
abounds. Ho 1b not In a majority,
but ho is In a strong and actlvo
minority. ' ,
The department of Slavonic offers
a lecturo courso in English on Slavic
life (Russian, Bohemian, Polish, Slo
vak, ojb,), Tho courso Is Illustrated
with 700 lantern Blidos coelng sub
jects of customs, homes, occupations,
costumes, amusements, child life, .de
velopment of tho 'aria anillndustrlos'
and growth of social and educational
Ideals among- tho Slaylc nations. It
includes aiso a study of Slav immi
gration, o Its causes and cpurces; its
racial, polftlcal, ecoaomlc Blghlflcanco;
distribution of- "Slav irHmlgritiUs;
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U. of N. 1898
assimilative forces fat work.
Wrltton reports on readings. One
hour attendanco. Ono hour credit.
Sldvonld 11 TUesday at 5 p. m
room 202 Braco hall.
(Knowledge of a Slavonic language
not necessary to enroll for UiIb
NEW COUR8E8 OFFERED.
Department of Political Economy,
Courso I in Elomontary Economics
will bo givbn in tho Ttextsemestcr by
Professor Virtue. It is opened to now
students and gives' same credit as
eamo courso given in first semester
by Prbfossor Taylor. Seager loxt
book will bo used, however, instead
of John Stewart Mills.
A how' courso 1ft tho department
will bo opened noxt semester by Dr.
Stephen, Ph., in. "accounting."
AIbo a now courBo In "Stock Ex
changes is offered by Dr. England
and another on "American Economic
At Cornell University tho cold
weather has afforded n now form of
amusomont in tho establishment of a
tobaggan slido on Beobo Lake undor
tho management of tho Union sports
asBoclal!on. Warming houses ns well
as oatlng places aro being maintained
by the organization and' a dollar ticket
admits tho holder to full privileges of
tho ico and slide.
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28-i29, Friday and Saturday. Basket
ball. Nobraska vs. Drake. Infor
8, Tuesday, Temple play try-outs.
9-10, Wednesday and -Thursday Bas
14, Monday, 8 p, m., Armory Basket'
-imllr- Missouri vs. Nebraska.
11-12, Friday and Saturday Nobras
ka-Amos, at Ames. Basketball.
2i, Friday, t p. m. Special convoca-
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21',5 Friday, 8 p.- m., Tomplo Palladlan
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21, Friday, 4" p, m dorman Song
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