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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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TKe Daily Nebraskan
THE pnorEnTY OP ....
TUB UNIVERSITY 'OP . NEBItABKA,
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Chancellor W. . David on
u a:m. MEMORIAL HALL
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1910.
Whcnovor nn Idon Ih worth print
ing It ought to bo worth Blgnlng. Now
tho column.8 of Tho Dnlly NobrnBknn
nro open to nny and nil vnrlotlca of
opinion. But wo profor thorn sighed.
ri gnmc moroly becniiBo It hnppenB to
httvo nn olomont of danger. It Ib well
that tho chnncos of Borlmis nccldontB
bo roduccd to a minimum, but nothing
should bo done to nffoct tho cHHcntlnl
toBtB this gamo provldeB of skill,- of
courago, and of physical proweBB.
Strango, 1b It not, how football ap
pears to boat to tho statu of inflam
mability cortaln typos of public mind
that aro cool in tho faco of accidents
In other exorcises? A man may bo
mutilated boyond recognition by an
automobilo, ho may bo hilled in fol
lowing tho houndB, ho may havo both
ayes flhot out in tho ileid, or Bustam
a Tupturo In sliding to Bccond baso,
and tho public looks on calmly. Rut
lot a man bo killed at football and
tho gontlo brethren of all tho land
rlso up to denounco it. Colllor's.
Tho chapel at tho University of Vir
ginia narrowly escaped bolng de
stroyed by flro recently. It was saved
I only by tho timely assistance of somo
uldorgraduatos, who had discovered
tho flro. Tho loss Ib ostlmatod at
"Tho candidates for 'prosldont of
tho senior clnss for this Homester
havo agreed to abandon tho uso of
automobiles In tho olectlon day."
Tho Dally Illinl.
Wo nro glad to hoar that Illinois Is
carrying out this reform movomont for
clcnuer politics. Nebraska Iiub hud It
for forty-ono years.
At tho present tlmo tho. university
A chair of aeronautics was estab
lished rocontly at Gottlngon Unlvor
Blty, nnd n workshop, especially fitted
up for building and testing airships,
with a laboratory, will bef at tho Bor-
vlco of all Btudonts who study ballooning.
TEQNER CLUB MEETS.
Literary and Musical Program In
Tho Tognor club mot Saturday ovon
ing with Mr. and MrB. WeBtlund, 93C
South Fourtoonth street. Their hos
pitality was much appreciated by tho
A lltorary and musical program was
given In SwcdlHh nnd tho evening
closod with games and refreshments.
About thirty woro present
Many farmors In Buffnlo county arc
now busy picking tho last year's cror.
of corn, which they woro unnblo to dc
oarllor In tho year on account of the
heavy snows. Somo floldB will senrco
ly bo huBkcd boforo tho stalk cutter if
put at work clearing tho ground fo;
the bumper crop expected In 1010.
Rev. C. L. Dlx, tho present M. E
pastor at Erlcson, hns received a cal
to tako a responsible position in the
mlnlBtry in Ohio and will leavo foi
that Btato soon. RoV. Mr. Dlx haf
been In tho Nobrnska work two years
coming hero from Columbus, O.
Tho Crawford high school has or
tjanlzcd a now literary club caller"
tho Demonsthencun liternry club. I
meets onco a weok. Besides rogulni
liternry work, tho study of parllamon
tary law will bo taken up, conductoc
by Supt. II. Rclmund. The club.wll
givo a program onco a weok.
In addition to telling you of
events past the Nebraskan
will keep you posted on
events to come. ' If you want
to know the subject for con
vocation turn to the "Rag"
or if you want to make a date
for a hop the University Bul
letin will tell you at a mom
ents glance when it is going
to be given.
The Daily Nebraskan
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Goodwedr Welts $3.50
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Some broken lines and
some full ones get
1415 O St.
is proctically photographed. Tho mem
bers of tho two upper classes havo
studiously avoldod tho camera until
tho last moment but they havo been
-''snapped.- Tho organizations hava
been groupod and regrouped boforo
tho camera and thoy too aro practi
cally all "snapped." A few brlof
months and tho pngeB of tho "Corn
huBker" will rofloct tho pulling or tlos,
tho twisting of Hhoulders nnd all tho
other ngonletf of tho past visits to the
studio and it will all bo ovor, It Ib
an annual infliction nnd ono to be
.boruo with a meek spirit as an offer
ing to vanity.
INVITED TO BE PRE8ENT.
Dr. Bessey Asked to Attend Opening
of Royal Botanical Garden of Berlin.
Dr. Bcssoy of. tho department of Lot
any Is in rocolpt ot an Invitation to
attend tho formnl opening of tho Royal
Botanical Garden of Berlin. Tho open
ing occurs on March 21 and 25. Dr.
BeaBOy will bo unnblo to accept.
Tho Invitation conies as a recogni
tion of tho work of Dr. BesBoly as ono
of tho foremost botanists of tho
United States at tho prosent time.
RUGBY NOT FOR US.
.Recently tho dally press has boon
giving space to laudatory pieces on
Rugby footbnll, composed of corre
spondents variously Interested in its
exploitation; a few moro of tho moro
enthusiastically biased aro ovon urg
ing Its adoption in placo of tho Ameri
can. Tho match, in Now York, be
tween t,wo Bocond-rnto Canadian
teams, amused by Its gontleness
those who know tho gamo and have"
seen It j)layed nt homo'. Thoro Ib
' somo difference in tho mattor of haz
ard to Injury In favor of Rugby; but
tho real difference between tho two.
games ianpt so much physical as
mental; It Is tho opportunity tho
American, gamo offers for strategy?
for skill, and for brain work that ap
peals to us, and. not, as declared by
partisans careless of facts, its "brutal
elements." Tho brutal elements tfrp,
in ovldonco In nny gnmo- whore
physical strength is permitted to un-1
duly dominate skill. For that roasdh
intelligent frlonds of footbnll want
tho play open, not to rellovo'lfc "of its
"brutality," but to .give further oppor-j
tunity for tho development, of tho stra
tegic features wlilch mark ltas dnoof;
tho most nbsorblnfe-of oiitdoqr game's.'
" The rulca' committee will riot bo JnJ
fluenced by tho hysteria, nor will
Young America tolerate elimination of
A GOOD INFORMAL.
Officers Give a Successful Dance at
the Lincoln Saturday.
Ono of tho host informal dances of
thoyyenr was hold at tho Lincoln hdlol
Saturlfa'y ovonlng. Tho olUcors' hop
wns well attended, although the floor
was not too crowded to pormlt per
fectly froo dauclng.
Tho room was. decorated In tho na
tional colors, together with tho univer
sity standard. Many ofllcors from Om
aha woro present. Ex-Governor Shel
don was present as ono of the guests.
Tho hop was .a financial success.
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tlono by hnnd nnd not byr machinery .bring,
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JOE The Tailor
who Id nlno n Huoclnllflt nn ultorlnK nnd rofltt
liitf your clotLob up-to-dlito.
Special attention to Ladie'a
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
We can save you 12 per
cent on your fuel bills
IS THE REASON
utu.BidB. Gregory The Coal Man i044ost
Tho Yalo system of crow coaching
will be radically changed this spring,
An auxiliary launch "has boon pro
cured which can follow tho oarsmen
ovor tho flats and shallows; this "will
give tho men a chanco to got n
gvoator amount of spring out-of-door
coaching,. than In former years.
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Tho Harvard Dramatic Association
linn n-nnvol wnv nt onrnrinir mnmluini
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Under tho ausplcos' of tho organiza
tion a. series of one-act plays aro given
during tho yoar-.by non-members. Tho
purpoeq.oX this, method, ojt proceduro Is
to.seloct. forjjnembdrflhip persons who
nro suitable for IHrger plays.
22, Tuesday Convocation. Chancel
lor W. J. Davidson of Nebraska
Wosloyan University. Address.
22, Tuesday, 11:30, Memorial Hall
Sophomoro class moots.
23, Wednesday, G:50 p. m. Y. M. C. A.
mldweok meeting. "Couvontlon
Impressions." Leader, S. A. 'Ma
hood. 23, WddneBday,8 p. m., Music Hall'of
Tomplo Platform Club debate
23, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Engineering
Society. Prof. Chatburn, speaker.
21, Thursday, 11:30, Memorial Hall
Junior class raeotB.
24, Thursday Convocation.
25, Friday, Temple Graduate Club
25-2G, Friday and Saturday. Armory.
Basketball. ' Nobraska-Kansas.
" Informal Sa,tirday
25T26r JJWday and Saturday, 8 p. m
Armory Basketball. Nebraska
1, Tuesday Convocation. Address.
"Gov. A. C. Shajlonbergor.
3, Thursday -r- Convocation. Musfcal
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LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" "thtodfIooiI1
AUTO 4477 o. e. bullard, tj. Qf n. 'oa. Mmwuor DELL A1311
SOCIALSr-prlday 8 to l P. M. CLASSES-Wed. and Sat. 8 tq P. M.
Saturday Night Fancy Dances and Social, University Night, University Orchestra.
New arid fancy dabces Saturdays. 'CarlyJe, 'Two Step, Gaiety.
Cadet, Esprala Shottlche Rye Waltx, etc. Eight o'clock, p.m., sharp
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