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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily "Nebfaskan
THE) PROPERTY OF
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910.
8PEAKINQ OF PICTURES.
Tho tlmd is with us again wlion
juniors and seniors spend moro tlmo
posing , for tholr pioturos for tho
"CarrihuBkor" at tho local art galleries
than in attending thqir classes.
ANARCHY AT WISCONSIN.
Anarchy as expounded by Miss
Emma Goldman Is creating quito a
sonBation at Wisconsin. Miss Gpld
man has been Breaking boforo groups
of tho students on sovoral occasions,
and tho faculty has como in for Its
share of criticism in .the stato press.
Whilo bonjb throwing is not to be on
couraged as a-pastlmo, Miss Goldman's
TlBit to WlBconBln servos to Illustrato
tho. decidedly llboral tondonclos of tho
Tho Y. M. C. A.' campaign for ' tho
botterment of university mon was
started last night with a mass meeting
in tho Tomplo. Tho fact that a hun
dred mon wero present marks tho
' movemont as ono which should, rocoivo
tho recognition of tho student body.
Tho series of moqtlngs which com
mence thlfl-oV6nIng Include addresses
by somo of tho most prominent col
logo Y. M. C. A. mon In this country.
An oortunlty td hear men llko "Dad"
Elliott and W. D. Wcatherford is, ono
which comes but seldom during a col-
,lego courso. And you all know
AJblack cat crossed ouc-patlusoma
time ago, and wo know something was
going to happen. It was a porfoctly
lnnoconl black cat of tho omaciatpd
variety, but It brought tho usual luck.
That day, wo lost our pocket knife.
The following day wo failed to ro
coivo that' chock from homo. Yestor
day it was announced that Wood, In
gorsoU and . probably Hutchinson
, would leave tho basketball toani.
"There Is not a student on tho campus
-who ' does not feel that tho loss of
theso men will bo th6fr loss. It is
something liko having tho lights
turned out in a strange room.' It,Js
up 6 Nebraska to hunt a match.
A A 8HAVE.
Tho following editorial' from tho
OmahaT Daily Boo. reveals an appalljhjg
. atato of, affairs ot Chicago University,
MustacbloB.f It would seem, form a
veritable forest on tho campus of that
institution, 'Tho Boo says:
"Certaja of the fair 'co-eds' connect
edhwith -thd1 Chicago 'University havo
oandedn tbenrtply -. together, to dis
courage tho cultivation of-mustacbloB
W. V. WiSATtiUKPUKU
"College Man's Battles" .
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by tho young men connocted with tho
school. 'CIobo shave or no favors is
tho ultimatum of thoso young mlsBqs.
Of oourso, tho young men will hlo
thomsolvos away to the harbor with
out lolay, for who would hosltato a
momont betweon his mustacho and
tho maldon of hlB heart?
; "Thus Is anothor blow struck at
man's rights by -domlpoorlnfr womaj
From tho vory bogtnhlng of tlmo tlio
of box no, not supromacy; that word
1b obsoleto now distinction. Nature
lmplantod tho beard on tho man, and
loft fair woman's faco smooth, and
downy as tho freshly rlponed poach. In
all Ills mascullno attributes,, man has
glorified, but In nono moro than his
hirsute equipment Among clvlllzod
trlbos tho board has boon Bacrod as
woll as symbolic. An oath sworn by
tho board has possessed peculiar os
Bonco of sanctity, whilo tho plucking
of anothor by tho board has always
boon looked upon as tho most immi
nent qf deadly personal, affronts. Tho
callow youth has Uukcd forward
through his adoleBconco to tho day
whon bis lip and cheeks would brlBtlo
with this omblom of full dovolopod
manhood, and hlB strugglOB with tho
oarly crop of fuzz havo boon Homoric,
but hlthorto rospocted.
"To bo sure, in theso dayB of anti
septic troatmont of ovorything from
tho cradlo to tho grave, most mon
aftor thoy havo fully satlsflod thom
solvos of tholr capacity for growing
a board', and havo domonstrated It in
ono way or anothor-to the satisfaction
of thoso about them, hayo boon con
tent to rest on tho record, and, with
rocourBo to razor, safety or othorsort,
havo wrestled mightily that nature's
mark might bo mado as llttlo con
spicuous aB possible. But to tho boy
of collogo ago has always been re
sorvod tho right to grow whatover of
board or mustacho h'ok. might elect.
That ho is now to bo given his phoico'
between asserting his Hedging' man
hood and tho favor of his lady friends
Is putting him, to too sovoro a tost.
But porhaps thoso lmpotouslco-eds'
do, not know tho savor 6t a real mus
tache. . I y'
'At any rato, tho blow Is a cruol
ono. But, so long as tho young men
aro pormlttod to wear tho bifurcated
garment that" "still" servos to distin
guish botweon tho soves, maybe thoy'll
Survive ,thp hardship of being com
pelled to shavo 'cleanly."
DRAMATIC CLUBW1LL INITIATE.
8erlcs of Plays Before the Club Will
Decide NeW Members' Standing!
Thostr students who mado tho Dra
matic Club last November aro finding
that boforo bolng admitted to full
membership in that organization thoy
must indeed "win tholr spurs." Those
who woro successful In tho try-outs
aro now required to oith'cr appear bo
foro tho club In a rolo assigned to
them or to act as manager of a sceno.
Two plays will be presented with
two casts presenting' each .play. TheBo
presentations will take tho nature, of
competitive work, and to qulto an o
tent tho work done on February 10
Will decldp tho standing of tho now"
members. On tholr execution of their
roles tho cast committee will d
to wnat extent tney may no relied upon
to tauo responBipjo parts in the plays
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that aro to fee presented by tho club
In tho futuro.
Tho initiation performance will be
opon to club members only.
Many Prominent Speakers to Appear
Before Student Body.
Profossor Graumann, who has
char go of tho convocations, has .an
nounced tho list of speakors for sev
eral coming poriodB. From tho fol
lowing schodulo it is ovldent that the
speakors aro among tho best that havo
appeared boforo tho university convo
cations this year:
Thursday, Fob. 3, Dr. W. D. Woath
orford of Nashville, Tonn., and Y. M.
C. A. 'secretary for tho south, will ad
dress tho regular convocation.
Friday, Feb. 4, at 5 p. ra., an, address
"Somo Perils In Education," will be
givon under tho auspices of the teach
At tho regular convocations on Tues
day and Thursday, February 8 and 10,
Prof. J. T. Lees will glvo lectures, Il
lustrated by storooptlcon, on "Tho
PasBion Play. of Obor-Ammorgau."
Friday. Fob. 11, Prof. Lucllo Eaves
will Iocturo at tho 5 o'clock convopaff
tlon undor tho auspices of tho teach
The UnlvorBity of Chicago track
team has begun practice
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2; Wednesday Engineering Society
meets. M.JE. 200.
3, ThursdayDr W. D. Wcatherford
; ot "Nashville, Tonn. T '.
4, .Friday Junto? prom. .
4, Friday, 5 p. m.-7-4,Somo - PerllB In
education." Auspices of Teachers'
6, Saturday, 8 p. nl.; Armory Barb
moot. ' v
8, Tuesday; Temple play 'try-outs.
8-10, Tuesday and -Thursday Convo
cation. Prof. jr. T. Lees. "Pas
sion Play of'vOber-Ammorgau."
Illustrated by" storooptlcon.
9-10, -Wednesday and Thursday Bas
lcetball. Nebraska-Drake, at Des
11, Friday, 8 p. m.Jnter-Frat meet
f . Armory. ; '
11, Friday, 8:15 p, m., .Tomplo Tho-
' ator Gormad play.
11. Friday,. German Play, Moser's
Comedy, . -Kopernlcker Strausso,
No.; 120.",, ; '
11, Friday, '5 p. ra. Prof. Lucllo
Eavo's. Under auspices of' Teach-
Ntl12, Friday and SaturdayNebras-
ka.-A'mos, at Ames. Basketball,
U, Monday, 8rp. m!, Armory Basket
ball, Missouri vs. Nebraska.
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