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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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THR UiNIVMUSITY OP NBIJItABttA,
f Mhooln, NobranKtt.
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TIIK BTIMMSNT PUHUHATION IIOAUH
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TUESDAY, F12URUAIIY 1. 1!)10.
MnturliiK tho second sumuBlor uh It
(Iooh -under now nmnnKomont, Tho
Dally NebrnHluin Ih, according to n
time-honored cuHtom, snpiioHOd to do
clrtro 'Ub policy. While wandering
through tho nin.o of events which
mark imch seniOHterT It Ih supposed to
have an opinion on onch and every
ono; not merely an opinion clothed In
ho many words, hut an opinion con
forming to some dollnlto policy
Thoro lH.only ono poliMp which
hcouih largo ojiough lo fulllli thlH re
quiFemont, namely, n policy which
Hhnll udVocato ovorythlng which
tends to build up a stronger and a
Culiure and Common Sense"
Memorial Hall $
A CLEAN 8LATE.
The first BCniCBter Ih pvcr. All tho
torror of.lito first final oxninlnatlon
Iiuh loft the hoilrt of the frcHhmnn.
All tho back work with Kb nlghtB of
worry l gone and the student oneo
more BBBumos Ills carofrco attitude.
The Blato In clean once-more,
Bomo have, made "E' In all of tholr
subjocls, and are at onco BUBpectcd of
working for Phi Beta Kappa. Others
have failed and aro branded as "Bluf
fers." Some have worked hard and
conBclentloualy dining the Homeator.
Others have "crammed" for tholr
grade during tho hiBt few moments
before tho examination. And a few
"Cribbing" is nefarious IhihIiichk at
boat. Cultivated to its highest de-
gree It becomes a flue art. There Is
something ncsthotio about a carefully
and skilfully prepared "skin roll," or
a Hot of hyrogllph'icB on a cuff. And
the student who will "crib' while the
instructor Is In the room yet refuser,
to do ho when he Is absent 1b certain
ly possessed of a senae of honor.
Yet It Is nothing but plain cheating.
Driven to It ofton times by an imag
ined necessity, the student could puss
with half the troublo It Is the fear
of failure Hearing him in the face which
unnerves bm. which makes him lower
himself to' the level of any other man
who takes that which iIoob not be
long to him.
course In debate, which was organized
yesterday at I o'clock.
The questions and speakers for the
first series of debates are as follows:
Group I II. W. Coulter, '11; G. N.
Foster, Law '11; P. It. Halllgan, '11;
J. T. Votava, Law Ml,: "Resolved,
That the United States should adopt a
and div.Qrco law."
Doll, '09. Law Ml;
Group II 1
Byrne C. MarccllusNMl'. A. C. Munger,
Ml; Paul Yates, '10:x"Roaolved, That
fraternity pledging at the University
of Nobraska should' be restricted to
those who have completed registration
for the third semester's work."
Group III A. M. Oberfelder, '11;
Anan Raymond, 'U: "Resolved. That
American cities should, adopt a com
mission form of governinont."
Group IV E. II. Hahn, Ml; II. ('.
Hathaway, Ml; Vih. Ritchie, Jr.. Law
Ml; W. C. Weiss, Ml: "Resolved, That
congreas should pasB a law compell
ing, tho physical valuation of railroads."
The University or Missouri will ou
ter a team In the two-mile race at
the Pennsylvania relays in April.
This la the first time that a unlver
alty west of tho Mississippi has en
tered this meet.
Prof. Wlnslow of Chicago said that
microbes aro useful In tho household
and that they should be treated kindly.
Patents, Gun Met
tals, Tans, Buttons
1416 O St.
hotter unlvoiBlty. So ho It.
Without any preliminary.. hosltatlon
' or -preamblo, we rlsw to remark that..
tho CornhuBkor five are "thoro." They
arrived with four successive victories.
A few more arrivals arid they will
Basketball has not tho halo of'tra
"Hlflon surrounding lt;tlfat BurrOumhT
football. Nor do thousands witness
and cheer the players on to victory.
Tot It Is a gamo which requires, all tho
nervo ami skill that Hob within a man.
It Is a gamo which deserves the re
spect and admiration or tho college
Tho victories won by the Uorjilmsk
era are not victories for tho team
alono, but victories for Nebraska. Con
sequently, only ono thing-romalna to
bo done. Got behind and push.
Whether he has"E" or "F" on the
books In the olllce; whether lie lias"
worked or "sluffed," tlje slato Ih clean
onco more. Even if ho Is one of the
fow who "cribbed" It belongs only to
tho memories of the past. What the
inarks on the alate of tho future shall
bo rests with tomorrow and the student.
Somewhere, maybo in California
mnybo In Kansas, or maybe In Denton,
thero is a girl wTio Iibb sobbed until
her oyeB rofuso to lose tholr redness
on application of tho chamois. Her
new dress lies noglected in the lower
drawer of tho chiffonier. Evon tho
latest novel and tho box or "bon-bons'
cannotquell tho flodd.
...., All ..edict Jinn been Inmied hnniHhlne
FORMER STUDENT APPOINTED.
N. R. Smith, Negro, Causes Threats of
Trouble at West Point Mill- ,
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The report that N. R. Smith, a col
ored studenVat the Univorslty or Ne
braska during the year 107-08, will
have a chance to be appointed to a
cadetshlpat West P'Slnt mllltiu-y'ftcad-omy
Is canBlng considerable dlsouB
slon. LaBt year Smith moved to
Wyoming nnd has lately been, ap
pointed first nltornnto to a white miu
for WeBt Point by Senator Clark. It.
Is. Bald he has a good clianco or got
tlngr tho appointment In cbbo Ue fiiBt
appointeo falls to pass all of tho examinations.
At West, Point it is said that all
sorts of threats havo been made of
troublo In case a negro Is sent thero.
It Is clalmqd (tliat It would upset all
social precedents nnd the cadots will
not stand for It. They probablLConld
only ostracise the negro, and, It is not'!
who Ih nlao n Hpeclallst on altering nnd roltt
ing your olotLon up-to-date.
'Special alteritloh to Ladiera
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAJRS, 1328' O ST... LINCOLN
the "only boy" from the sacred pre
cincts of the Junior promenade. Hence
the tears. What caros sho If a multi
tude of juniors and seniors should be
turned away from tho door so tjuit
slip might ontpr. What caros tlo
"only boy" for tho establishment of
tradition bo long as ho is permitted
to tread tho mystic mazo with Mar
guerite or .Ieatotto. floating on ltl
It Is toilay they live and not tomor-
- row. Yet tomorrow comes occasion
ally for, everyone. l'Jvon the freshman
'will some day.be a senior and then
it will ho Ills last junior promenade.
known whether they could drive him
out or not.
Smith was well liked bore and was
a fair student. Ho was interested in
football and was a member of class
teaniB, Those who knew -him wlslr
him success if he receives tho ap
pointment. " . "
t, Tuesday Junior prom committee
1 1, Tuosday -Convocoation. Ur. F. S.
Stoin. "Culture and Common
2, Wednesday Engineering Society
meotB. 31.- K. 200.
, Thursday Dr. W. D.' Weathorford
of Nashvlllo, Tonn.
4, Friday Junior prom.
5, Saturday, 8 p. m., Armory Barb
8, Tuosday, Temple play try-outs.
9-10, Wednesday' and Thursday Bas
ketball. Nebraska-Drake, at Des
ADVANCED COURSE IN DEBATING.
Fraternity Pledging to Be Discussed at
Fraternity pledging Is one -of tho
four queBtiohs selected by the four
groups In Rhetoric "18, tho advanced
11, Friday, 8 p. m.-Intor-Frat meet.
11, Friday, 8:15 p. m.,. Temple Tho
ater Gorman play.
11. Friday, German Play, Mosor's
Comedy, "Kopernickor Strnusso,
11-12, Friday and Saturday Nebraska-Ames,
at Ames. Baskotball.
14, Monday, 8 p. m., Armory Basket
ball. Missouri vs. Nobraska.
14, Monday Baskotball. Nebraska
21, Friday, 5 p. m. Special' convoca
tion. Memorial Hall. A. A. G11I
"Walt's Full Orchestra
I INDOOR ATHLETICS
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I Season Tickets 7Bc Two Inf ormals '
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" nTnmDSFLooRT
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SOCIALS Fridays 8 to Yl Pt M. -CLASSE7-Wel. and Sat. 8 to P. M.
SaturdayJCJlgbt-Fancy Dances and Social. University Night, University Orchsstra
lew and fancy dances Thursdays. Carlysle.. Two Step, Gaiety,
Cadet, Esprala Shbttlche Rye Waltz, etc. Eight o'clock, p.m aljarp.
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