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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1010.
' Reports of tho lilniiB which aro on
foot to aond Jack BeBt to England to
visit tho country of IiIb "birth aro
nronslnj; tho student body to a spirit
of philanthropy. Tho. plnnB Indicate
that tho oxponBo will bo Very slight
In comparison to tho number of atu
donta contributing and ono which will
bo hardly folt by any momber of tho
Jack, as ho is familiarly known, Iiiib
Borvcd long and faithfully at Nobraska.
For twonty-ono years ho haB trained
tho ihon ot-tho "CornhuBlcer Sqnnd."
Ho has folt tho joy of training a win
ning team and the disappointment of
training a losing team. But through it
all ho has presorved a real Bplrit of
Toyajty and onthuslnBin for NobrnBka,
tho equal of which it win bo Hard to
find on tho campus.
.TYot-wUh-all-thlB loyalty forNo-
hraska and his years of bni'd Borvice,
Jack has not failed because his homo
was far across tho Atlantic. Ho baa
not Bhlrked becauso this vnn not his
ConBoquontly the fact that plans aro
indor way to sond him back for a vlBlt
to his old homo in Loudon is only a
manifestation of tho students' appre
ciation or his loyalty to Nobraska. It
is a movomont In which ovory momber
of tho university should fool a pop
sonal Interest. It Ib a movomont in
which ovory student can tako u part
and In doing so feel that ho Is a mom
''her of an institution that knowshow
to reward sorvlco. -
Thore scorns to bo some talk of play,
plng Colorado on the Nebraska -grid-J
-Iron' nbxt'ThnnksgivInsr day.. Tho Idea
of "trekking" 'oft across the continent
to boo y6ur homotcam-nlnv-fnnHmii.
on Thanksgiving has not been very
popular at Nebraska during the past
fow years, and although thero were
some objectionable features about tho
gamo on tho homo field last Thanks
giving day, tho Idea of playing on the
homo Hold seemed to strike the stu
dent body In tho right spot.
Th'at.Nebraska should go to Manhat
tan to play tho Kansas Aggies on Tur
key Day Is from tho viewpoint of tho
student hody out of tho question. The
more fart that train connections arc
about as bad botween Lincoln nnd,
Manhattan as 'it is possible to make
thorn, should prevent any but tho
strongest financial inducements from
Influencing Nobraska to' accept Man
hattan's offer. As for tho' financial In
ducomontsNobraska ought, to bo ablo
t6"aupply sufficient for a gamo on the
. home field Thanksgiving Day.
I " Ober-Ammergau Passion Play"
MEMORIAL HALL .
Today to AbIi WodncHdny and
ninrUH tho beginning of tho Lenten
Boason. Tho Lenten Bonaon mnlcoH lit
tlo apparent difference In tho Boclnl
activltloH of tho univorfllty. Many o
tho studontH do not obaorvo Lent voryJ
clofloly and tho Bcason Ib UHitnlly
marked by an many partlon and other
social ovcntB an any ollior aoaBon of
And now it Is up to tho froahmeu.
If thoy would bo qiilotor than tholr
predecessors thoy will have to bn
silent for a long, long while.
An oxchnngo tells this story of a
Yalo senior, who had JuhL proponed to
n young lady:
"Yos, I will bo yours on ono condi
tion." "That's all right," ho responded, "I
entered Yalo with six."
Theodora Stanton, '7G, a journalist
of international fame, writing in a ro
cont Issue' or tho NoVth Amorican He
view on'tho subject of "student Activ
ities," has much to Bay on tho value
of n practical Journalistic training In
college, making special roforenoo to
tho work of the Cornell Sun ub an ex
tramural school of Journalism. In
.For $3.50--$4.50--$5.00 Shoes.
Tans, Patents, Guns-All Sizes
Button and Lace. HURRY!
part, Mr. Stanton sayB.
"Tho quostlon of establishing Bchools
of JournnllBm In our universities has
often been mooted and evon tried. In
fact, Buch a courso existed in Cornell
a fow years ago, and I bolievo thero
aro others In operation at this mo
ment olBowhero. But most of theso at
tempts have died or aro withering, tho
theoretical killing the practical, which
Is tho bouI of Journalism. Ihit tho un-
l-dcngValHmtQs of till our universities
nnd evon our boat high schools, with
tho wonderful initiative of tho Amer
ican youth, have solved for thenisolvos
tho problem,, while their elders havo
boon deliberating over It. No board of
trustees or faculty could havo pro
ducod.a bettor school of Journalism
than tho 'Cornell bally Sun,' a porfect
triumph, it jjeoms to mo, of tho student
nctivltioB. Tho only wonder tq mo Is
that tho English departments of our
.universities do not more fully utilize
thogo living studont publications, asso
ciate thorn more closoiy with tho class
room-workrnndrin-fnot, basatha more
practical Bide of the instruction -oh
such excollent foundations. But per
haps this is too much to ask of tho
pedagogic spirit which bo often pre
vails oven In our Amorican faculties."
Last night tho university cadet band
gave its concert to thonmiveralty' pub
lic. A romnrkably good hand has of
lato years been ono pf tho most valu
able assets to tho university. ' Thero
Js nothing llko.band music to choor
tho student and mako him feel at
home. Tho concert Is only anothor
manifestation of. tho right spirit!
The Accented 8ylable.
When Some fiction writers try
Their thoughts do mako us hot.
Wo gqt e-Vot-lo hovels with'
, ; The accent on t,he rot.
PHI ALPHA TAU QIVE8 BANQUET.
One of a 8erles Which Will Be Given
During the Spring Months.
Last ovoning Phi Alpha Tau, tho
honorary dobatlng fraternity, held ono
of its monthly banquets at tho Lin
coln hotel. Tho banquet was hold
during tho Bnpper hour and about
twenty men woro present.
H. W, Potter was toastmastor nnd
Bon Chorrington, Stuart P. Dobbs,
JamcB Bodiyir and George White re
sponded to toasts. Tho banquet was
an entirely Informal affair and ono of
a Borlea that aro to bo glvon by the or
ganization during tho spring.
Plans aro being made to change tho
four year forestry course to ono of
flvo years. This arrangoment Is to In
due one year's field experience, ap
plied either In four vacations of three
months each or ono continuous year
of work. Such a course will put tho
Nebraska foroBtry department on a
par with Michigan or Yalo or any
The senior play committee will meet
Thursday at 11:30 in U106. Some Im
portant matters will come up before
tho mooting, as this Ib tho last meet
ing before tho try-outs, which conje
Saturday. Tho names of all appli
cants must be In by this meeting to
mako thorn eligible to try out.
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UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
9-10, Wednesday and Thursday Bas
ketball. Nebraska-Drake, at Des
10, Thursday Freshman olqction. Me
morial Hnllj 11:30.
10, Thursday Convocation. Prof. J.
T. -Lees. "PnsBion Play of Obor
dmmergau." Illustrated by stere-
11, Friday, 8 p. m. Intor-Frat meet.
11, Friday, 8:15 p. m., Templo The
atoi' Gorman play.
11, Friday, 5 p. ' m. Pror. Lucilo
Eaves. Under ausplcos of Teach-
11-12, Friday nnd Saturday NobraB-ka-Ames,
at Ames. Basketball.
14, Monday, S p. m., Armory Basket
ball. Missouri vs. Nobraska.
14, Monday 'BaskotbalL" Nebraska-
14, Monday, 8 p. m., Armory Basket
ball. Kansas Aggies vs. Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
15, Charter Day Classes oxcused, "
21, Friday, 8 p. m., ' Temple Palladlah
. Club moots. ." . . -
21, Friday, 5 p. 'm. Special convoca
tion. Memorial Hall, A. A. Gill
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