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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
v FEBRUARY' 24
The Daily Nebraskan
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VTHB UNIVJ8RSITY. OP NI3DHA9KA,
THl-3 8T0DKNT 1UI!!jIGATIOM10AD
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THURSDAY, PEBRUATIY 24, 1010.
Thoro 1b nnothor ono. Yesterday
wo boasted of nossoBBlnR tho editor of
"Tho Japan Mngazlno" ns a graduate
of. .Nobrnska. Today wo roconvo an
oxobango In Avhlch tho Unlvorslty of
Washington clalniH tho Hamo distinc
tion for a graduate Miss ylncald, tho
Washington editor of tho niagaziucr Is
not an Impostor iih wo hnd nt ilrst
BitppoHCd, Sho Is tho EngllBh editor
of tho maga'Jno and a natlvo of tho
United Statefl. Y. Bryan Yamashlta,
tho Nobraska graduate is tho Japan
ese editor and a natlvo of. Japan. Wo
still liavo tho host or WaBhIngton
when it comes to loyalty.
SHI WA8HINGTON'8 BIRTHDAY.
Did any ono on tho campus whispor
tlonal Institution, demand a certain
standard of work and scholarship is
the- foundation of tho work of tho corn
mi tteo, j
Tho worJc of tho committee Iiob been
puBhod vigorously this yoar. It has
dovoloped from tho most gonernl su
pervision of tho field to a particular
examination of tho record of tho indi
vidual. Ah a consouuonco'tho commit
too and its work has been brought
Into prominence. "Delinquency", has
been hoard moro frequently than In
tho past. Tho result is that many
pooplo havo. gained nnd are gaining
tho Impression that spmothing Ib
wrong. Somo think that tho average
student must bo mndo of poorer stuff
than his prodeccsBors. Othors think
that tho requirements in scholarship
imposed upon tho student are too
heavy. Yet in ronlity it is duo to
neither of thoso cnttBcs. It Is merely
tho unearthing of delinquency which,
pwlng to tho genoral naturo of tho
supervision, has hlthorto beon un
Just what tho result of tho systom
will bo cannot bo gathorod from any
.statistics so far compiled nt Nebraska.
Tho general opinion seems to bo that
It will ralso tho standard of scholar
ship. In tho first place, It compels
a Htudont to mnko up any back work
before attempting to carry full work
In advance. Leaving a "condition" un
til tho Inst semester of tho sonlor year
ATHLETE8 WOULD RUN IN SILK.
Suits Would Be More 8tyllsh and
Silk suits .for track athletes!
Extravagant styles may prevail on
tho cinder path this Hprlng if Colum
bia dressmakers can bo induced to
.make skirts nnd "Mappers", out of col
Whon university women adopted
the sweater as a correct form of dross
for class room, they little thought that
tho boys woud want silk suits for
track work. Somo of tho track men
of tho University of Missouri sent In
nn order for silk costumes. Tho sport
ing goods houses sent back word that
they had never hoard or such d thing.
Tho mombors of tho team nnd tho
management compromised on cotton
suits with colored silk stripes down
tho trousers and around tho waist and
a. silk "M" on tho front of tho shirt.
The old suits wcro laundered and sent
away for tjio "trimming" last week,
"Silk suits would bo moro stylish
and everyone likes silk," Bald a track
man. "Cotton suits, .with colored cot
ton stripes, nro not serviceable. Thoy
havo to bo washed frequently and tho
colors In tho stripes and letters fade.
Silk suits would stand washing much
better." University 'Missourinn.
Catchers' Mitts and Masks
ireterrca m every major and minor league backstop as
nui uo-Muiuiaa uu iiiu uig uuivciMiy nines.
Reach Moulded" Catcher's Mitt. The Reach
patent Lace used on these mitts; the original and only prac
tical Lacing Device whereby padding can be easily adjusted
. to suit player's faucvFingcrs doubly strengtheneda new
feature patent applied for. Patent Laced thumb device.
ueep rocket strap and buckle at wrist, tdce and Back
CtlttnnnA t ...! J. i ! . 'a II I- n...LI..
OIIUV.IIVU iu inwciii uiiui y tu iuiucis. mi naiis jluuuic
Stitched. Tho finest Mitts made.
Reach Catch cr'c Mak. Patent sunshade protects eyes without
oDstructing view. Mask made iliraucliotitof extra heavy steel wire,
km. iwti.ii tiiumcicu o prevent rwiccimi 01 iirih. moiucu
icatner ciiin sirap, special lulrienKtU patented Iialr-JMcU
ikuuiki ciuw iiaur, iiwau j'au, uuu Liaauu lltau uauu.
iearantttt satisfaction and perfect goods.
Reach OillcUl Base Ball Guide
Roady about March 15th. Complete lntor
matlon In no book. 10 cents at dealer'
or oy man.
Write for Fnr.U illustrated ileaeh
1 Hate Jhill Catalogue. ,
1799 Tollp St.
Tho Hnrvard-Yulo crow raco will
probably bo on June 30.
SliRfl rinfBT. . 7Rn 7
$1.00 Assorted . 50c
b'Not all sizes of every
shirt but I can fit you. 1415 O St.
tho secret to you? Wp will admit
that wo wero-noL--4'lot lna on tho mys-
- tery until yesterday, whon an ex
cluuiKO came to our dosK announcing
' ".that the 22d of February was Wash'
ington's birthday. Tho matter has
" boon kept with such Becrecy that row
If any ot tho studont body woro able
to discover it.
When tho 22d dawned bright and
frosty, the studont with tho eight
o'clock class aroso and betook hlniBolf
to tho unlvorslty. Not a sjgn ot n
- Hag, not a hint Unit any ono had beon
bom on that particular day 178 yonrs
ago. LIUowjso tho studont with tho
c nlno o'clock olttBB was unconscious of
. tho fact that It was tho annlvorsary of
tlio birth of tho Father ot Our Country-
Such was tho condition which
, prevailed throughout tho day. '
Tho exchaugo from which wo
gleaned our knowlodgo of tho seorot
"Georgo Washington, presldt'nr, sol
dt'or, p'atrlot, statesman, farmer, aris
tocrat, was, born 178 years .ago. Tho
tVcnt'y-aocoiul day Of this month tho
Amorlcnn nation will, in' vario.us de
grees and manners, do honingo to tho
inaiiiory of Georgo Washington tho
After reading "this wo can arrive at
ono of two conclusions: Either the
University of Nobraska does not bo
, long to tho "Amorlcaif nation" referrod
to, or tho "various degrees" includes
no ho m ago, tho condition prevailing at
Nobraska. Of course thoro is always
tho possibility that ovoryono on tho
campus had forgotten tho dato or
What oveijt it is supposed to mark, If
so; It fs tiniq somo ono woke up.
or changing It into a ."failed" through
carolessness is in this way avoided.
In addition to this it calls tho nt
"ten Hon of tliosUrdOTntonihT llnliUT
quency before It Is too lato, thus sav
ing many a student from expulsion.
Aftor boing called boforo tho commit
tee tho studont Is given nn oppor
tunity to work and remnln Jn Uio uni
versity. All of theso things havo a
tondoncy to keop tho students nt Neb
bniBkn and at tho same tlno to keep
thorn up to a certain Btandard of schol
arship. Yot to many of tho studont body tho
prosont movement appears as an Indi
cation ot tho -tondoncy -to lncrcaso-
r faculty supervision and decrease tho
freedom of tho student body. It Is a
tendency toward tho high school sys
tem of comploto supervision. Tho s.tu
dent who comos to Nebraska Is moro
than a high school studont, Ho is
often a self-supporting citizen of Ne
braska, who foolB thaf tho close re
strictions placed upon hlin nro pre
supposing that ho Is unable to oxer
ciso Judgment for hlmsoir. It Is this
class of students thnt has placed self
government on Its feet In many of (ho
colleges ot tho present day. While
solf-govornmcnt has not beon sut,
(latently tried to record olther a suc-
cess or a falluro the advisability of
With tho report of the delinquency.
committee made public yesterday
morning" tho attention of tho student
body Is again called to tho fact; that
the .university Is, after all, nn educa
tional Institution, and not a plnco iu
which" to merely spend timp. That
tho university should, as an educa-
too much restriction is questionable.
Whon tho tendency In many of tho
largest collogos qt tho country llos In
a directly opposite direction a con
servative yot progrosslYo moyomoht In
tho same direction would bo In keep
ing with tho rank Nobraska holds'
among thq colleges of the United
Statos. ' ' .
NEVER KNOW if
When you wnnt to Rdt donning nnd Pressing
dono by hand nnd not by jnnohlnory bring
your clothes to
JOE The Tailor
vrho Is nlno n Huoclnllst on nltorlug nnd rotltt
lug your olotLoa up-to-dato.
Special attention to Ladle'a
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
XT A file of copies of the Nebr-
askan makes an excellent
"memory' ' book, correct and
easy of reference, particular
ly if at the end of the year
the numbers are suitably
bound. Or if you are keep
ing a scrap book clippings
from the "Rag" make valu
able material for it.
The Daily Nebraskan
A conference of tho members of tho
Episcopal church In tho colleges ot
N6w England will bo opened at Yale
on February 25.
Thovsudont council at Iowa college,
Grlnnoll, Iowa, has recommonded that
dancing shall not' bo recognized as a
21, Thursday, 11:30, Temple Theater
Freshman class meets.
24, Thursday, 11:30, Memorial. Hall
Junior class meets.
24, Thursday Convocation;
21, Thursdny, 11:30 n. m., Music Hall,
Temple Gleo Club meets.
25, Friday, Temple Graduate Club"
25-2G, Friday and Saturday, 8 p. m.,
Armory Basketball. Nebraska
1, Tuesday Convocation. Address.
Gov. A. G. Shallonberger.
I, Tuesday, 11:30 a, ra., Mnslc Hall,
Temple Gloo Club meets.
3, Thursday Convocation. Musical
8, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. J. T.
Lees. "Tho Passion Play of Ober
10, Thursday Convocation. , Musical
II, Friday Vesper services. .Memo
rial Hall. 'University Cnoru?,
12, Saturday Y. M. C. A. social.
We can save you 12 per
cent on your fuel bills
i ' IS THE REASON . .
LhtiaBw. Gregory The Coal Man iost
IF YOU ARE WILLING
Ted will Dye for You
or Clean, Press, or Repair your Garments
235 No. Uth Street TED MARRINER
Jnit eppoalte the Windsor
Expert' Hatter. Cleaner, and Pnssir
B1IF1609 Dyer of Ladles' and Gents' Garments
LINCOLN DANCING ACADEMY
Lincoln's "Select Dancing School" x "mMDmooS1.
AUTO 4477 c. e. bullabd, u. of n. '03. Mimagor bell A1311
SOCIALS-FrWays 8 to 12 P. M. CLASSES-Ved. and Sat. 8 to J J P. M.
Saturday Nfghf Fancy Dances and Social. ' University Night, University Orchestra.
New and fancy dances Saturdays. Carlyle, Two Step, Gaiety.
Cadet, Esprala Sfaottlche Rye Valtz, etc. Eight o'clock, p.m., sharp.
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SJPOCIJU RATES T,0 iSTUDENTS
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