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TUB UNIVBnSITY OF NRBHASKA,
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1910.
THE COMING MEET.
A fuw men can nlwuytt roL togothor
and make plans, but It tnltOB ninny
mon to carry them out. No mutter It
the plans nro ns comploto us urn In?
and labor can mnko thorn, tltoy v. HI
fall through if mon aro not reruly to
carry thorn out, Tho plnnn tor tho
non-frntornlty moot aro comploto down
to tho "dope" on tho floor. It i'ohIb
with tho mon to carry thorn out.
Real mon arc nocdod; mon who aro
willing to tuck thoir troiiHorH up an
oxtra notch and don thb"" gym shoes
for tho snko of glory. It Is tho spirit
which has ruled tho world for con
turlOB, It Is tho Bplrit which moved
Gjueft $1.50 Shirt
Queen City $1.00
the Greeks to contest beneath old
Moint OjJypuB, in view of thoir gods.
It is no different today, snvo in tho
s- " . THE CROWD.
Tlxo. crowded condition of tho hall
ways in University hall between
classes .becomes at times annoying to
a few of tho students who happen to
have sonio -particular and immediate
aim in life. Such was tho enso re
cently when a crowd nttomptcd to go
in ono direction nnd an equal numbc
attempted to go in tho ppposlto direc
tion. Tho Inevitable hnpponod. No
body wont anywhere until someono
discovered thnt by turning to tho right
ljo could pass somoono elso if thoy
did tho same.
Nebraska is Just recovering from
an enthusiastic burst o't nstronomoy
v which manifested Itself in comet-gazing."
Botwoon "A 1910" in tho ovoning
nnd examinations in the morning It
wns. a busy studont body Inst week.
But with tho disappearance of tho
comet comes the news that an astron
omer has discovered anothor ono in
South Africa. And from another sourco
wo aro informed that Halloy's comet
is duo sometime this spring. And
. sor hns diBcbvored that "A 1910" had
(JON'UUUA 1 I VIM '
W. D. Weatherford
two tailB, whero tho rest of tho world
saw but ono.
Early yostorday morning, whllo tho
froshmnn was snoring his last snore,
tho groundhog pokod his InqulBitlve
noso out of his nolo somewhere way
out on thp, prnirioand It was cloudy.
Tho honchos, long fallen into disuso,
will onco more bo occupied. Tho birds
will sing and tho studont will "sluff."
It will bo spring.
Tho story of tho olovon-yoarohl
prodigy of Harvard UhlvorBlty, nho
leoturoB to grnw-halred profcBsoit on
"Tho Fourth Dimension" carries us
back Into tho drcamlaniT of our child
hood, when Tom Thumb was tho won
dor and admiration 'of our honrt.
If Bomoono whom you havo scarcely
knpwn or to whom you havo not
spoken for a month' grips your hand
warmly and with a bowitchlng buiIIo
says, "Hello, Bill!" bo ware. Ho is a
Apropos of tho Amorican .gridiron
cuBuallties, tho Yalo Alumni Weokly
remarks: "Ono Iuib hoard much talk
rocently of tho Iniquity of Amorican
football and of tho corresponding
gcntlenoBB of tho English rugby. It Is
Intorostlng, tbcroforo, to rend an ac
count of tho nnuual Oxford-Cambridge
game, which was played a short tlmo
ago In London. Tho list" orciiBuaHtfeB
would bo considered a fairly good ono
for a Prlncoton or Harvard gamehut
doeB not seom to havo crented tho
comment In England thnt tho snme
number of accidents would have, if
thoy had occurred here.
"One roads that Mr. Talr broke IiIb
collar bone, Mr. Turnov had a bnd con
cussiou. Mr. Cunningham lost several
of IiIb teeth, und Mr. Gllroy wub badly
knocked about. In addition there wore
several minor mishaps, To tho im
projudcled it would seom that tho Eng
lish game had 'nothing on us.' " Cor
noll Dally Sun.
ENQINEER8 TO THE ORPHEUM.
President Ira Dye ResignsWlll Ac
cept tiood Position.
Tho Engineering Society will go to
tho Orpheum theater In a body. This'
wan tho decision arrived a( at a meet
ing held Inst night Tho engineers de
cided that thoro were othor- things
connected with a collego course be
sides mathomatlcs and gas pipe meas
urements. As a coneequonco a' com
mittee of tho Engineering Society was
appointed to see that the members
got tho required scats on tho front row
at the theatre.
Ira Dye, the prosldont, of the soci
ety, resigned his position at the meet--Ingi
and will accept a posl-
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tion 'with tho Arnold company of Chi
cago. Tho election to fill tho vacancy
loft by .tho resignation of Mr. Dyo
will bo hold next wcok.
PRE8. HJLL RECEIVE8 OFFER.
Former Nebraska Professor Receives
Formal Offer of Presidency of
Prosldont A. Ross Hill ofytho Uni
versity of MisBOurl has been formally
offered tho presidency of tho Univer
sity of Minnesota at a salary of $10,
000 por yoar. Prosldont 71111 wns a
former member of tho University of
Nobraska faculty. Ho was n tho
philosophy dopnrtment. Ho was called
to Missouri four or five years ago
from -this Institution. Dr. Hill Hub
not nccoptcd tho offer as yot. ,
Governor A. O. Eberhardt and four
other mombcrs of tho board of rogents
from Minnesota held an all day con
foronce with Dr. Hill in Chicago a fow
dayu-ngo and mado him the offer. The
offo$l&causing MlsBOurlanB consider
able worry just now. Citizens mass
meotings havo been hold urging tho
university to retain Prosldont Hill nt
nny cost. Speakers declnro ho Is
worth moro to 'Missouri thun -present
salary. Student meetings havo also
been hold to take measures to retain
Dr. Hill. It is considered probable
howover, thnt he will go to Minne
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