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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
the Daily Nebraskan
1113 PnOPEIlTV OF.
TUB UNIVERSITY OF NBD1UBKA,
DY TUB 8TUDMNT PUD. nOAHP.
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SATURDAY. JANUARY 22, 1910.
With this Issue, the present
. staff of the Dally Nebraskan
finishes Its work.... According
to custom no paper will be Is
sued during examination week.
Beginning with the edition . of
JTjjesday, February 1, the new
staff will assume charge,
T. N; E. DISBANDS.
Tho nnnounconu'nt of tho (Unhand
mont of Thota Nu lQpailon will como
coiiBhlorcd critical. It Is perhnpB al
together nn til ml and proper thnt ho
Bliouhl bo a0. Tho Ideal procesH of
higher educntlon 1h one of enroful ex
amlnntlon of premises and .logic. And
surely criticism b aa essential to the
proKi'UBH of collenu organizations ub
It Ib In the larger Holds of lifo.
Hut the dangoiB attendant upon
crltjclrun cannot ho too strongly em
phasized. Too much of the criticism
of n college campiiB "knocking" la
porliops moro explicit Ib boBed oh
hasty hap hazard Judgments only. No
Investigation of the facts has been
mode. And secondly, a great doal of
college criticism Is negative, as the
alumnus BUggcsted, not .poaltlvc. In
Bteatl of proposing methods and
moans of Improving prosont condi
tions the "knocker" Is content with
condemning the existing order and
thoBo responsible for It.
In vlow of those- conditions It may
lirt woll in vnninmhnr fntir fnp.tur TiMrat..
tho students of former yoaiB linyo
been unlimited by a love of their alma
muter JubJ. as strong as that or tho
presold generation. Second, present
organizations are the result . of a
Mow, persistent development- Third,
effectjvo criticism must bo founded
on a' careful, Impartial, investigation
.of the facts. And finally, destructive
criticism, that is, criticism without
positive constructive olonuMits is gon
orally of luslgnlllqant value. Oborlln
theso deaths the jpupers tell us. I. will
leave that to your own judgment, In
nine cases out or iu tno row injuries
that arise In football aro duo to a. poor
Hold and Impropor preparation. Tho
game Ib strenuous and ovoryono who
plays ought to know that only the best
of training will ullow a man to go
through a full game."
COURE8 IN NATURE STUDY.
'PlirVf ni'ii nffmn,1 In tlin mnntrtf
department In the, second gomoate'r
two courses of Interest tnteachora
who desire workjln nntuVpBtudy. Pro
fesBor. Darker will give u two-hour
course in nuture study Involving
two hours attondtfneo and four hours
of Hold laboratory work, which is of
CBpeclal yftluo to teachers. The course
In ornithology by Professor Wolcott
Isfi one-hour course Including nn hour
of locturo and two hours .of Inborn-
tory work each week, or a Hold trip
Saturday forenoon. A,i largo number
of lantern slides have been secured
for this course which will furnish an
abundant opportunity for Illustration,
and to those who desire a familiarity
with .our common birds and some
knowlodgo of their habits and cjcqn.
omic valuo, this courso Ib recommend
ed. Both cour&ca. arc open to all stu-
dontsTVuo previous- work being re
All SouiS Church, Unitarian '
, Corner of H and .12th Street t
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
AH students are cordially Invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
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Sunday. Jan. 23 Sermon Subject: Action A Condition of.
Social Ethics Class -12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
Prot. Fosslcr will cpftinuc the discussion of Ibsen's
The Studeht's Liberal Religious Union will
meet in theVlusic Room of the Temple Sunday,
at 4 p.mr Mr. C. S. Allen, President of the
Boardof Regents will give the address. A11
students are invited.
I can't describe the excell
ence of them when a fact
ory offers me $5.00 msjes
at a low enough price so
that I can sell them at $2. 95!
Gee I nab them-for you.
1415 O St.
as a mirprlso to tho undergraduate
body, fow of whom know that any
Bteps wore" being taken against tho
organization. Tho surprlso is how
over a pleasurable one and the ac-
-tlon of tho fraferhity will find favor
with both students and alumni.
Tho notion of tho organization, ii
slnceroly followed out, means thnt
which the university has hud to. en-
dure-fpc a jitimbor, ot-yehrs Is now
wiped out. T. N. E. has not a pur
pose In existing other than tho mu
tual GbnofH of Its own members. It
from their announced
has proven' itself peculiarly detrimen
tal to tho Interests of tho undorgrad
untcB and to tho80qf tho university
as a wholo. AH thlsNielng so, tho
action of yesterday Bhould. bo re
gnnle.il as a distinct aclilovomentfor
tho betterment of university undor
It Is to be hopod that the action of
tho local chaptor will bo followed botlt
literally ond in spirit. The university mother If ho could go to a -football
authorities, should seo to ItVthat thi4amo: rsho refused him leave, and
.Is done If the men concorneashow ho went out and immediately hanged
Dirty playing In "football has como
In for a rap on the part or tho critics
in several instances. In connection
with, tho recent agitation of tho dan
ger of the game it is Interesting to
note what Gil Brown, Harvard varsity
end has to say on the subject. Ho
writes i '
be dirty in a game of football. One
hears-nr iot-nbout drrty football; but
In a)l the years that I have played
football I doubt If I have seen any act
dono on tho football field that was
surely dirty. Thore havo been llBts
compiled of the fatalities in football
this Bea8on. I .fit me. rend to you ic
fow of tho cases that aro Inclducd iu
the 30 fpotboir fatalities of this 'seay
son. .. I know that 'these aro right,
for I took tho trouble to-looU Into
t "One of the 30 tragedies huppened
to a stycar-old boy. He asked his
NEVER KNOW if
you NEVER TRY
When you want to got donning nud Pressing
dono by hand nud not by machinery bring
your clothos to
JOE The Tailor
who lu nlso n Specialist ou ultorlng und rofltt
Ing your clotLoa up-to-dnto.
"SpocialTittenUon- to Ladflp'i " "
work and Uniform.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
NEJBRA8KA GAINING. -
Twelfth place in the enrollment
ranking of American universities is
now accorded to Nebraska. This in
stitutlon has gained two points in tho
ranking during the post year nndnow
Ktands'nhoad of Syracuse and Yale,
both of which schools formerly load
( -The, steady growth shown by -tho
figures! which .give Nebraska this
ranklqg su,owg no abntemont. ' This
year the enrollment Is still Increas
ing aa fust as ever. Nothing but serl-
. "" , ous disaster or1 continued lack of fl-
, r hanclal uldHcan stop the Improvement
?& ln7nuallty . and IX siz of Nebraska's
'f' highest Educational Institution. .- -
STUDENT CRIT.ICI8M, , r
The. college student Is, generally
himself. . Brutal football.
."Another enso was a youngster
who wns playing football with a friend
on a lawn. There was a big hole in
the lawn and the first thing thnt hap
pened wns tho falling of the little fel
low into tho hole, and the subsequent
discovery that he had broken nock.
"A third fellow, after a hard gamo
of football contracted-pneumonia and
died. In another case a hero ,pf a pro--
paratory school football victory in Con
necticut, tried to escape from a dem
onstration aftor thq game by climb
ing down from his room, Ho. slipped
and fractured Jits- skull fatally. .
"The last Indictment of football fa
talities contained 1 these 30-ivns that
of an oljJJTmnn who had played foot
ball twenty yeorss Hp yas, 'drrvlng
lnhls oarrlago ope day across a rail
road tracki and was .struck, by a lp.co
motive and instantly killed,
"Football Is responsible for n.11 of
4, Friday Junior prom.
6, "Saturday, 8 p. m., Armory
8, T.uosday, Temple pluy try-opts.
9-10, "Wednesday and Thursday Bas
ketball.. Nebraska-Drake, at Dos
11, Friday, 8 p. m. Intor-Frnt meot,
11. .Friday, 8:15- p. m., Tomplo The
llrfiFrlduy, Germdn Play,- Mosor's
Comedy, "Konornlckor StraiiBso,
No. 120." S
il-12, Fr14ayand Saturday Nobras-ka-Ames,
nt Ames. Basketball.
14, Monday, 8 p.. m., Armory Basket
ball. Missouri vs. Nebraska.
14, Monday Basketball. Nebraska
21, Friday', 5 p. ,m. Special convoca
tion, Memorial Hall. A. A. GUI
inaib 31, Fjrfday, 8 p, m., Tempjq Pnlladlan
21,- Friday, 4 p. m. German Song
22,' Saturday, 8 p; nl. Swedish Club
meets. 2135 K. '
22, Saturday, 8 p. m.; 1.87-Solith
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