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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Ti, 19(5.
Again wo hoar tho "CornhuBker"
mention something about eoming out
oarllor this year Chan over boforo.
Strango, but wo soom to bavo heard
somothlng like that years ago.
Too bad It takes a telescono to soo
Halloy'8 comot. .Tho obsorvatory
might Install twin tolcscopes.
Tho mild-oyod Individual with the
flowing hair and demented look (miro
signs of genius) is seldom seen, on
tho collpgo campus of tho present day.
Ho 1b tho man to whom tho composi
tion of ballads and lays of college llfo
woro dologated In tho days of old.
Slnco ho has fadod away, who has
BUDD-A SPECIALTY MAN IN FURNISHINGS
BUDD A SPECIALTY MAN IN SHOES
BUDD THE ONLY LINE HATTER IN LINCOLN
taken his placo?
At NobraBka tho rnuso has been
courted, but with lndlfforont Buccess.
"Xltflo of pormnnont value has been
offored to make up a collection of
songs which In tho days to como
might bo regarded with tho roverenco
always accorded to tradition by tho
college world. A fow songs of real
morit havo boon composed and pub
lished recently, however, and thero is
promise of moro to come.
All of tho songs entered in the con
test, recently Instituted, for tho best
Nobraska song are In- tho hands of
tho committee. Just how long It will
take for oach member of tho commlt
teo to sing thorn aft and to pass judg
ment Is an open question at present.
Tho result, however, ought to mean
not only ono, but a number of songs
of vnluo to Nebraska. Tho muse is
still alive. Hunt her up.
Some llttlo dlfllculty was experi
enced yesterday In- determining just
who was and who was not to nomin
ate ono .of the candidates for tho
presidency of tho freshman class.
' Theso llttlo, things will happen in tho
best of political organizations. Oth
erwise tho conduct of tho election
and especially tho methods adopted
for tho prevention of fraud were as
near perfection as that of. any olec
' tlon, hold at Nobraska for a number of
, Politics, oven In tho university,-has
tho namo of bolng a rather filthy pool.
Sqmo of tho moro conservative mom
bora of a class often hesitate to dip
Into lt for fear of a touch of tho con
. taminating mire. They are tho kind
who stay at homo on tho day of elec
tion; -who never take any .interest In
tho nominees; who, In a word, aro use
Jess Amombors as far as tho class Is
Ift, ,& political ring 'has ever con
trolled a class It Is because1 those not
JPrpf. Lupife, Eaves
Under Auspices of Teachers
in tho ring wero not interested
enough tq rco that tho glass couKT Co'
controlled by good aa easily as by bad
interests. Tho meeting of tho fresh-
mon yostorday Bhowod a spirit which,
if carried through its college llfo, will
make It ono of tho strongost classos
In tho univorslty.
Listen, gontlo knocker. You havo
boon scorned and spit upon by the
unseeing throng. You havq been
branded as more dospicablo than tho
comtnbn thlof. Your wrongs cry out
to tho hoavens for rfedress. And at
last thoy liavo It.
Regarding the knockor, tho West
ern Intorcolloglate Magazlno sayB, "Ho
Is not n grumbler; he's the best
booster in the school; and tho hardost
knocker. No one is moro UBoful than
ho, and his peculiar utility is duo to
tho fact that ho knows how to And
fault. WIen tho homo team loses bo
doesn't got cynical or complain not
be; ho just scoots around, picks out
tho cause, and with his llttlo hammer
domands Its removal: He won.'t cover
a soro spot, but will compel attention
to it by his incessant knocking; and
ho knows by oxporlonco that when
tho unpleasant or harmful is oxposcd
it speedily disappears. Tho fowor ho
is in number tho greater is his ser
vice, and one consistent knockor can
do a world 'of good. Just now there
is somo mighty helpful knocking be
ing dono upon American colleges, but,
Sir. Pessimist ancnTr. T-T61d-you-so, K
will not discredit Higher Learning; It
will only help it along. Nothing Is
nbovo criticism, and that which
thlnkB it . Is, most sadly needs tho
sympathetic yet determined attention
of a friendly knockor."
A student In want of monqy soldlils
bookB and wrote home: "Fathor, re
Jolco, for I now doiivo my support
Editor Dally Nebraskan:
On next Tuesday tho student body
Is again to havo Imposed upon,it that
athletic monstrosity popularly known
as tho "Gharter Day" Indoor meet, but
which Is in reality a "Barb-Prat" meot.
It soem's "strange indeed aftor the cold
reception given tho affairs a year ago
that tho athletic management should
deem it expedient to repeat It.
You will obllgo mo by giving space
to tho accompanying editorial taken
from tho Nebraskan for Feb. 17, 1909,
and penned by a prominent fraternity
man. It expressed tho sentiments of
the students then, and to my mind
voices their opinions now.
"Tho now method of conducting tho
athletic- events of Charter Day has
now been given a fair trial, and tho
general verdlqt seems' to bo that tho
substitution of tho fraternity-barb
meot for tho,' athletic events of other
years has not been an improvement
on tho old plan and "was anything but
"In tho first place tho now meot
did not arouse tho Interest, that was
expected. Tho fraternity meet
aroused keen interest and tho same
was true of the barb meet, but tho
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kind of Interest that makes men get
out and work seamed to bo ontiroly
absent when tho two wero pitted
against oach other. Another unfortu
nate feature of the meet was tho fact
that tho Incontivo of winning indlvll
ual honors scorned to bo almost en
"In order that tho fratornltleB may
bo of tho groatost valuo to tho school
and in order that tho objectionable
features of fraternity life may bo as
nearly as possible removed, it Is of
tho utmost Importance that the best
of fooling oxist botwocn tho fraternity
mon and tho non-fratornlty men. Any
thing which tends to emphasize the
fooling between the two makes It less
likely that this feeling of good fellow
ship will continuo to exist. It is for
this reason that tho recent meet is
boliovod to bo a step in the wrong di
rection. "Lot nB many athletic ovonts be ar
ranged for tho competition of univer
sity men as Is desirablo and tho re
sults can only bo good. If the frn
tornity men wish to hold a meot there
can bo possible objection to that, nor
can thoro bo any similar objection to
tho barbs holding a slmllnr meet.
"When, howovor, tho distinction be
tween fraternity and non-fraternity
men is emphasized in athletics it is a
step in tho wrong direction."
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UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
11, 'Friday, 8 p. m. Inter-Frat meot
11, Friday, 8:15 p. m., Temple The
ater Gorman play.
11, Friday, 5 p. m. Prof. Lucllo
Eaves. Under auspices of Teach-ersi-Collogo
11-12, Friday and Saturday Nobra-lea-Amos,
at Ames. Basketball.
12, Saturday, 8 p. m. Catholic Stu
dent Club meets. 137 So. 11th.
12, Saturday, 8 p. m. English Club at
Miss E. Morrison's homo.
12, Saturday, 8 p. m. Itocoptlon to
univorslty Mason's. Acacia house,
1220 It. ,v
14, Monday, 8 p. m., Armory Basket
ball. Missouri ys,. Nebraska.
14, Monday Basketball. Nebraska-
14, Monday, 8 p. m., Armory Basket
ball. Kansas Aggies vs. Nebras
ka, Informal dance.
15, Chartbr Day Classes excused.
15, Tuesday, 2:30 p. n. Fraternlty-non-fratornlty
meet. Armory. ,
18-19, Friday and Saturday Nebras'-ka-MInnesotn.
Basketball, at Min
neapolis. 21, Friday, 8 p. m., Temple Palladldn
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