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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THR UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
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t " Ober-Ammergau Passion Play"
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S MEMORIAL HALL
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1910.
U tho UHUal hand shako and umilo
ho on tho fnco of ono or two Honlora
hh thoy moot on tho canipiiB It 1h a
Htiro Blgn that ono of thorn 1b n mem
ber of tho Honlor play committee.
Uy tonight. It will all ho over. Tho
unlyoraity will havo onco moro Bottled
down into lt normal Condition a pool
nntronulod by tho lipploB of polltloa.
"Finality of Doclnlon: If thcro la
no appeal hy olthor Btuilont or dean,
tho decision of the court goes directly
to tho faculty for onforcomont. In
caBo of appeal hy either atudont or
dean, tho faculty discipline commit
too rovlowB tho caao.ylf thoy find the
appeal groundlcBB, tlc docialon goes
to faculty for onforcomont. If thero
appeara to bo cause sufficient for a
now hearing, tho discipline commltteo
romnnds tho caao to tho student court
with recommendations. Thoy can tako
no action. Tho court again considers
tho case, and Its final decision goes to
tho. faculty for enforcement."
Tho plan Ib ono which Is being ad
vocated throughout tho colleges of tho
country, and ono which requires a
marked degree of success to warrant
Its organization. Such at least would
ho tho caao at Nebraska, whore so.
Uttlo causo oxlata for any change In
tho present system.
Is no reason why they should be count
ed out. If tho committee expect to
make tho play a success the best way
to begin Is to give each member a
BECOME8 A MISSIONARY.
Now tho men are dovotlug a half
hour of each day to throwing goals.
This Is hotting the specialization the
ory worked out In basketball to a line
Wo novcr think of sunuuor with-
I The Forum
Dear Sir: I beg yon to allow mo a
Uttlo space to air my Ideas about the
Injustice that tho senior play commlt
teo Is going to denl out to the other
mcmberB of the class. It does not
Dr. Paul Wllberfcrce Harrison Goes
to Arabia to Do Medical and
Rev. Dr. Paul WUliorforco Harrison,
an alumnus of tho University of Ne
braska, has been sent to Arabia as a
medical missionary by tho Trinity Re
formed church of Plninflold, N. J. Dr.
Harrison graduated hero in 1905 and
then attended John Hopkins Unlver
Blty Ho graduated in medicine thero
Dr. Harrison was born In Nebraska
and attended collcgp before coming to
the university. For the past two years
he lias been a physician in the Mas
sachusetts General Hospital at Boston.
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mum- our jjasa mil crooun arc sn nimnrinr to mm
other make that we sell them under an iron-clad
guarantee of satisfaction. Here It is read it
could anything bo more fair?
The Reach traae-mark guarantees pa eel goods. Should
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of World's Serlcn, etc. Kciuly nlwut
10 cents at dealers' or by mall.
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IT'S QUITE A TRICK
' to please everybody but we
believe When it comes to put
ting up Sandwiches, Ice Cream
Ices and Punch you get value
1307 O STREET
Tho Y. W. C. A. expects to recolvo a
visit from Miss Katolla Paddock, for
eign Becrotary of tho Y. W. C. A. in
China, March the seventh. Since Miss
Paddock Is supported by the associa
tions of Nebraska, the meetings will
be of especial Interest to members
hero. Announcements of these meet
ings will bo made soon.
TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES
SOLD OR RENTED
Rent Applies on Purchase Prico. Fivo Days Froo trial boforo you
pay. Two years guarntoo whon you purchaso. Easy Tonus. Got
our list. Auto. 2080; Boll 1200.
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143 So. 13th St.
In both Stiff and Soft Hats'
lam showing now. Budd
never carries over old hats,
never in all my life, honest.
WHY PAY MORE?
1415 O St.
out calling up a picturo of the groat
long sloping mass of humanity lined
up in tlur after tier on either side of
tho diamond. Wo picturo the dust-'
covored, grimy jilayers In the bright
gla'ro of a summer day. Wo hear tho
roaring cheor as It rises and falls
when a scoro 1b made.
With the approach of a'pring wo au
once begin to think of till these things.
Tho baseball boiisoii at Nobraska Is
not tilled with tho enthusiasm that
comes with mld-summor baseball. Tho
season fo'r tho university team Is "over
boforo wo havo fairly forgotten the
ovorcont of yesterday. But after all
It is baseball.
- Nebraska lias the matorial, and
that material is about to begin work
ing for Nebraska. Setting aside for
the momont all other considerations,
that material deserves all the support
of tho student body. With tho right
matorial nil that is needed Is the sup
portand wo win-.
THE 8TUDENT COURT.
Tho Dally Cnrdlnal explains tho
-workings of tho student court, recent
ly Instituted nt Wisconsin, aB follows:
"Composition: Tho cpurt will be
composed of nine students, six snlors
and three juniors.' They aro to. bo
elected by tho studont conference
"Complaints: Any studont can
bring a complaint directly to the
court. Any faculty member can bring
a complaint, but it .must ie brought
with, the approval of tho jlean 1n
. which tho studont .complained of It
"Appeals': Any student 'convicted
by th'o court can appeal to tllo faculty
"discipline committee dh any 'grounds.
The only other, porson who can appeal
from tho decision of tho court' is tho'
dean of tho college In whjdh tho'stu-'
dpnt-IsttoglSterGd'. ' Tho" only grounds
0n Which Ho' can appeal are that there
Is new and unheard cvldonce In the
seem right to mo that tho commltteo
should Itself judgo tho members of
tho class who are going to try out for
tho play, whon thoy themselves are
alBo going to try out. I would like to
know how ,thoy are. going to Judge
themselves and do the othor members
justice. It seeniB to me-that If the
commltteo wnnts to do tho right thing
hy the vothors they should be, willing
to allow someone else to do tho Judg
ing. I think that the chairman of the
play commltteo is of tho same opinion
that 1 am, but It has leen rumored in
tho class that the members of- tho
commltteo ore In favor of dolug part
of tho judging. And for no other rea
son than to make it posslblo that they
will be "sure to havo a place on tho
cast, with Judges In that frnmo of
mind, you can Imagine what the out
come will bo. Now, when It becomes
common knowledge on the campus that
spvoral of tho commltteo havo already
doclded who thoy want for tho loading
parts, ivhat chnnco do you suppose
those not on the committee will have
to mako a place on the capt? Why not
allow tho commltteo In tho first place
to illclc tho cast and aavo tho othora
who aro spending their time preparing
for tho competition? Under the pres
ent conditions this try out Is a moro
farco.ui'bllnd to'decelvo tho others and
mako thorn think that thoy are given
a fair show. Now it seems to mo that
if tho committee want to bo honest
with tho class and with themsqlve"s,
thoy should not attempt to do any
judging. Tho committee can not como
buck. to tho class and honestly say
lhat thoy, have given overy mombor n
fair chance if thoy do tho Judging. It
seems to mo that if the committee'
want to do the honest and upright
thing they nniBt give overybody t.ho
sumo chance. It is not 'fair that those
who aro the, most popular should have
any monopoly on tho job. Thoso who
are not so "popular havo a right to n
fair consideration. Just because, they
have not been so active as the others
NEVER KNOW if
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your olothoH to
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who la also u Hnoclaliut on altorinic ami rnlltt
Iiik your olotLus un-to-dato.
Special attention to Ladie't
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
10, Thursday Freshman olectlon. le-
modal Hall, 11:30.
10, Thursday Convocation. NProf. J.
T. iloes. "Passion Play of Obor
ammergau." Illustrated by store1
11, Friday, 8 p. ni. Inter-Frat meet.
11, Friday, 8:15 p. m., Torn pie Tho
ator Gorman play.
11, Friday, 5 p. m. Prof. Lucllo
Eaves. Undor auspices ot .Teach
11-12, Fri&ay and Saturday -Nobras-ka-Amos,
at Ames. Basketball.
12, Saturday, 8 p. "in. Catholic Stu-
dents' Club meets. 137 So. 11th.
12, Saturday, 8 p. m. English Club at
Miss E. Morrison's 'home.
14, Monday, 8 p. m., Armory Baskqt
ball. Missouri vs. Nobraska.
14, Monday Basketball .Nebraska-
14, Monday, 8 p m., Armory-rBaBket-ball,
Kansas Aggies vs. Nobras
ka, Informal dance,
15, Charter Iay Classes oxcused.
,18-19, Friday and, SaturdayNobras-ka-Minnesota,
Basketball, at Minneapolis.
Febr. 1 1 --Inter-Frat
Season Tickets 75c Two Inf ormalsj
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SOCIALS-Fridays 8 to 12 P. M. CLASSES- Wed. and Sat. 8 to JI P M.
Saturday Night Fancy Dances and 'Social. University Night, University Orchestra.
New and fancy dances Saturdays. Carlyle, Two Slep, Gaiety,
Cadet, Esprala Shottlche Rye Waltz, etc. Eight o'clock, p.m.', sharp.
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