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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
TUB PnOPEUTY OP .,
THB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ID, 1910.
TONIGHT 8 P.M.
Pottrops it is tlmo that tho mon
woro organizing an Unequal Suffrago
.Tho black mask always carrloB with
It tho charm, tho fascination of tho
unknown. Tho sonlors will don It
nnd for a fow brief momenta ovoryono
will bo happy. Should thoy unmask?
year, -whilo tho teacher himself gots
only about $2,500? How can a $2,
500 man train a $10,000 man and why
doos not tho 2,500 toachor go out
Into tho world and got tho $10,000 po
sition that ho proparos others to
To a man llko Mr. Crano this argu
ment Is unanswerable Fortunately
most of tho pooplo lntho world havo
a different mental mako-up and look
upon tho world from a dlfforont view
point. Mr. Crano can not concoivo of
any othor goal for human aspiration
oxcopt tho accumulation of wealth.
Tho positive "benefitting of mankind
docs not seemingly enter his mind and
ho can not concelvo of a man giving
hlB llfo up largoly tosorvlco.' Tho uni
versity profoBBor sorvoB man moro
than any othor class of people. His
emoluments nro gonornly not largo In
comparison with his talon tB and his
I powers, but tho fact that ho is ablo to
do good In tho world is compensation
There aro many teachers at tho uni
versity who could go out into tho
world nnd mako largoly increased sal
aries. For Instanco thoro nro sovOral
mon in tho engineering school who
could oorn $10,000 a year following
their professions out in tho -world.
to mention here, in passing, tho pobI
tlvo advantages of dobato. It develops
tho scholarly attitudo of thoroughness
by forcing tho dobator to go to tho
bottom of tho matter and carefully
wolghing pro and con, ovory argu
ment. It dovelops tho ability to speak
easily and fluently. Tho work in refu
tation trains a man to think quickly,
accurately undor proBsuro. Tho prin
ciples of logic must bo grasped and ap
plied to concroto argumonts. I might
continue, hut enough has already boon
HORACE B. ENGLISH.
AH Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and 12th Street
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m.
All students are cordially invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, Feb. 20,Sermon Subject: "The Fundamental Prin
cipal of Action." .
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. B. AylcsWorth, Leader
80NQ WILL BE OUT 800N.
At tho risk of becoming tlrosomo
wo aro again forced to rlso to tho oc
casion and protost. It is nelthor a
political or moral ovll' against which
wo aro about to launch our pon, It Is Thero Ib ono toachor in tho university
only hats. who can command a salary of $16,000
Whilo poring ovor tho cobwebby roc- yearly. Mr. Crano 1b wrong -when he
ords in tho archjyos of tho university thinks that unlvorslty professors aro
Committee Will Deolde In About Two
Tho songs submitted for tho contest
to sccuro a Nebraska song aro in tho
handB of tho committee. Six Bongs
havo been submitted, and tho commit
tee oxpocts to havo arrived at a de
cision in about two weeks. Tho songs
woro submitted comploto in muBic and
verso affd it is reported that tho re
sult will bo a song which Nebraska
can bo proud to call its song.
Tho song committee who aro acting
as JudgOB aro MrB. Raymond, Profes
sor and Mrs. Conant, Doctor Sherman,
Donald D. Plum, Professor Hagonow,
and Edward Walt
The Student's Liberal Rellgous Union mcefs in the Huslc
Room of the Temple at 4 p. m. Sunday. Mr. Weatherly will
begin a series of talks on important themes. The first will
be on "The Idea of Clod." Excutive Committee Miss Lois
Fossler, Miss Mary Wheeler, and Robert Ashby.
If the style weren't so hand
some, I wouldn't dare offer
them to University Girls
handsome style and the price!
Hot $4 or $5-Just 2,50 and 2.95 1415 O St.
wo discover that a ruling was passed
last year rogardlng women's hats.
This ruling prohibited "women from
did not forbid tho hat. Nor did it for
bid thorn to wear a cap in tho class
room. But it did not allow women to
koop their hats on when attondlng
Now a woman's hat may bo a thing
of boauty and a Joy forovor. It may
enhnnco tho natural loveliness of tho
co-ed. Far bo It from our Intention to
deny it. But tho hat is not transparent.
Impractical and unablo to succeed in
tho workaday world. Thoy know that
thoro is somothlng olso in llfo bosldos
monoy-nwklng. Mr. Crano has yot to
learn that fact. Daily Kansan.
'Tls tho ago of agonts. Tho timo 1b
with us onco again when tho student
is pursuqd by dosigning representa
tives of agencies who plead with him
to tako n position which will mako him
a, millionairo in a summer. Thoso al
luring offers so perploxcd a student
in a neighboring Institution that ho
exprcBsbd his views undor tho allur
ing tltlo of "A Boilermaker Hamlbt."
Wo quoto his raving:
"To bo or not to bo; that Is tho
otornal quostlon. Whether it 1b better
to accept a position that hath fat
financial backing, or- to return to tho
pastoral fields of youth wherein tho
j8jhjBolcedappleurJDensJn tho jOc
tober sun; that is tho question, and
forsooth wo know not tho answqr
In addition to giving you the
most important news of your
own University the Nebras
kan, by publishing items from
other college papers, keeps
you informed of important
movements throught the col
lege world. If a new fra
ternity is organised at Mis
sourror the half mile is broken
at Chicago the Nebraskan
will tell you of it.
The Daily Nebraskan
13 IT PRACTICAL?
Millionaire Crane of Chicago, than
whom thero is n,ot a moro porslstont
foo to education in tho unlvorao has
again tried to show tho follw and im
practicability of scientific training.
Tho Chlcagoan haB prepared what ho
considers a" knock-out blow to all tho
arguments 'for education. Tho knock
out is in tho form of a question and
is as follows ''If education Is prac
tical and useful,, why is it that teach
ers "will train men to bo ablo to" com
mand" salaries of $5,000 to $10,000 a
To tho Editor of tho "Nebraskan:"
May I Bpoak a word with regard to
a dispatch recolved from Missouri In
which a learned profossor decries do
bato. I think a gravo injustico would
bo dono debating and dobaters did his
charges go unanswered. Tho learned
man is wrong in his first promise Ho
snys that dobators aro taught that
anything can bo proved by "oloquonco
Now nnyono who has attonded de
bates recently at tho Unlvorslty of
Nobraska knowB of how littlo impor
tance aro rhetoric and oloquonco. In
tho recent dobato against Minnesota,
tho Nobraska men woro far superior
to their opponents in delivery. Who
won? As a mattor of fact tho basic
principlo of dobato Is. that thero aro
two sides to a question; that good
valid arguments exist for both sidos.
By good Valid argumonts, I do not
moan merely rhetorical phrases pre
sented with flro and fervor," but ar
gumonts based on sound principles of
lolc. Tho dobator, then, Is taught to
search for theso argumonts and pre
sent them in attractive form and man
ner. That debaters do not uso merely
sophistry In their work is qhown by
tho statement often heard: "I did not
beliovo in it at first, but after I made
a thorough study of tho question, I
camo to beliovo in it." They havo
searched for tho valid arguments for
or against a proposition and having
carefully examined them havp found
them good. Further explanation of
this attitudo I loavo to tho student of
Perhaps It -would not be .out of place
NEVER KNOW if
you NEVER TRY
"When you want to got donning and Pressing
uono uy nana ana not by inacmnory wing
your clotnoB to
JOE The Tailor
who la nlHo a Snoctallst on altorinir and refitt
ing your clotLoa up-to-dnto.
Special attention to Ladle's
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
19, Saturday, 8 p. m. Swedish Club
moots. 2135 K.
19, Saturday, 8 p. m. Basketball."
Armory. Omaha vs. Lincoln High
22, Tuesday r Convocation. Chancel
lor W. J. Davidson of Nebraska
Wesloyan University. Address.
22, Tuesday, 11:30, Memorial Hall
Sophomore class meets.
24, Thursday, 11:30, Memorial Hall
Junior class meets.
24, Thursday Convocation.
25, Friday, Tomplo Graduate Club
25-2G, Friday and Saturday. Armory.
25-26, Friday and Saturday, 8 p. m.,'
Armory Basketball. Nebraska
ys. Kansas. v ,
1, Tuesday Convocation. Address.
Gov. A. C. Shallenbergor.
3, Thursday Convocation. Musical
8, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. J, T,
Lees. "Tho Passion Play of pbor-
10, Thursday Convocation. Musical
" till '
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" 1MmooRT
AUTO 4477 C E. BULLARD, U. of N. '02, Manager BELL A1311
SOCIALS Fridays 8 to 12 P. M. CLASSES Wed. and Sat. 8 to P. Mr
Saturday Night Fancy Dances and Social. University Night, University Orchestra
New and fancy dances Saturdays. Carlyle, Two Step, Gaiety,
Cadet, Esprafa Snottiche Rye Waltz, etc. Eight o'clock, p.m., sharp.
IAE LEAD - OTHERS FOLLOW
SPECIAL RAXES TO STUDENTS
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