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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Tfce, Daily Nebraskan
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Tilfa tjnivkrsitiy OF NEBftAflKA,
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FRIDAY, FEDRUAHY 2R, 1910.
Tbo KnnBna haslcotuall ilvo suffered
rtofoat at tho handH of tbo Washing
ton flvo. It was tho Jayhnwhorn' flrst
-defoatr-nnd in tolling how -It--enmo-about,
tho Kansan nays: "Johnson
throw a basket and whilo tho ball was
In tho air tbo final whlstlo blow. Tbo
roforoo, with ontiro disregard for tho
rules which allow bucH gdala to count,
throw out tbo roBUltlng two points,
nnd Kansas lost" Thoro is only ono
thing; worsd than a bad roforeo and
'that 1b a bad loBor.
A Michigan professor has made tho
Btatoraont that tbo oast is thirty-Bix
years behind tho west in college ora
tory. By rovorslng this statement we
conclude that Nebraska must bp thirty-six
years ahead pf Yale and, Har.
about Its glowing stovo of a winter
ovonlng aro gone. Dut their opinion
as to tho impracticability of an educa
tion still survives In many part3 of
tho country. Consequently an odl
torlnl on tbo business training given
by a col logo or university, appearing
In tbo Drown Hornld, in well worth
quoting as follows:
"Mr. Theodore P. ShontH, college
man any typo of the highly HUtveisful
business man, oxpresseu hit view 3
upon t,ho vnluo ot a college training
for a bUBiness career In n recent num
ber of System. Some of Mr. Sbonts
obsorvntlonB aro Worthy of considera
tion. ' Ho says, 'Business mon are es
sentially thinking men. Thoy havo
been trained by oxporlonce and by
tholr nutural proclivities fo think
-along common-sense and pructk
cal linos. Tho only way to lonrn to
think Is to -think. Tho colloco offers
to teach a man how. Soma
college bred men have considered nil
education to bo au accumulation of
data. Thoy hnvo sought to keep tho
lnt,ollectual food served out by tholr
prorosBors, In cold storage, for futuro
uso, whon It was intended tor Inunodl
nto consumption and sonsequont Intel
loctual growth. It Is this false concep
tion of thp valuo of their assotn, their
belief in knowledgo us an end Instead
of a moans to a power, that has
wrecked so many college moh whon
thoy entered business. P No
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pcoplo mere amusement or entertain
mont, or to supply a politician with an
audienco to which ho may appeal for
political support. Tho entertainment
and amusement business belongs to
tho popular lecturo bureau, nnd not to
tho stato university, and tho political
speechifying should bo bandied by ar
On tho other hand, tho possibility
that a real educator may bo occupying
public office or may somo day be
favored With political honora should
not bo permitted to prevent him from
.!,.! ..l.li... i I , t1
uuiug umvuiaiiy uxiuuuiun wurK. ji,
for oxamplo, some people should think
Chancellor Avery or Dean. Bossey
would make a good governor and start
to boom ono of thpm for that office,
that fact would not necessarily Inter
ferp with bis availability and useful-
noss In his university work, plther on
tho campus or in tho Hold, and no
nmount of abstention from offlcf
seoking will make good university
teachers out of politicians who never
saw tho insldo of a university and are
lacking In tho first requirements of a
If tho University of Nebraska is to
conduct unfvorslty extension courses
let them bo made for tbo benefit of
those who listen, and hot for the ex
ploitation of those who talk wbethor
thoy hnppen to bo officeholders or ex
officeholders, or Just looking for office.
IrmOniaha Bee. ,
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rfTP OUR lost andfplind notides
tt help the loser to connect with
the finder to their mutual ad
vantage, while the names of
advertisers appearing in our.,
columns afford a reliable di
rectory to merchants who
want your trade and who
will make the greatest effort
to give you satisfaction.
The Daily Nebraskan
Hello Co-eds! 5 My Ladies'
Shoes are in Sample Shoe
Store on second floor
New shapes $4.00 values
for $2.50 Some ever
1416 O Sit.
vard in collego oratory., Aslu from
tho fact that wo fall to see exactly
why it should bo thirty-six In prefer
ence to thlrty-flvo or t blrtiy'HPVon,
-years wo bollovo1 that thoro may tio,
somothing in tbo nominating siccchcs
Despatches of yesterday announce
that tho co-eds of tho Brazil high
school havo gone on a strike bocauso
tho boys are not allowed to seo them
play basketball. ThlB aftornoon thp
co-eds. of Nebraska will engage in n.
private gamo of basketball at which
only thp. fqmlnlno portion of tho uni
versity will bp present. What n dif
ference there Is in co-ods.
A SPECIAL ISSUE.
It has been planned to have a lit
erary number of tho Daily Nebraskan
published tho flrst Thursday of every
month under the auspices of the Eng
lish Club. This number Is to bo n
university and not a club affair, and
contributions from nny one connected
with the university will bo considered.
It is -desired to revive memories ot the?
old days when tho Kioto yelped at
stated Intervals and tho bMU more dis
tant period when tho tiesporla;i sbono
bnco a fortnight In the literary firma
ment. Contributions may bo sent either to
Miss Payo Hartley or Miss tistcllo
Morrison at Station A. Those not
available for publication will be re
turned, If postage is sent with them.
Way back In tho days when we
stood in tho grocery storo listening to
tbo 'discussion around the big soft
coal stove and occasionally "slipping a
prune out; of the case by Che wall, we
heard many things about education.
In'thoaim'lighC pf fttf 'gftftsTcdbT oil'
vlanip; w heard tales of college and- of
coileg,em.Qp,tlngodt.wl& itb'ide'a thrft
Btlcjj an edcatton Was' impractical. ,"
The grocer 'a tore iff gone. Moatfof
the men who gossiped and argued
more serious problom confronts tho
American college today than that of
working out a curriculum that will
best equip its students to dovelop tho
vast pptornilsea whloh Ainoricau in
dustrial fprces havo established.'
"Mr. Sbonts Is speaking from the
business standpoint and Is,' perhaps,
laying too much atress upon tho valuq
of mental training, as opposod to au
acquisition of such knowledge as Is,
today, the mark of tho educated' man.
Again, many will doubt The statement
that It is the primary business of thq
college to furnish thp equipment for
business life, but tho fact remains that
a collego education prpporly handled
is a very valuable asset td a man
who ia looking forward to a business
career, and that to such a man should
lay tho greater stress upon mental dis
cipline. A woll-trnlnod mind is esson
tlal tp success in every branch of hu
POLITICIAN AND UNIVERSITY
Tho order of tho Board of Uogonta
of tho University of Nebraska for tho
exclusion of tho candidate for office
from the list of lecturers to bo sent
out on university extension work will
bo a good thing Jf it eliminates th
evil at which it is directed. This ovil,
howevor, does not consiBt In tlte book
ing ,ns university extension lecturorf.
of mon who mny bo candidates for o'
flco, but in the distortion 'of the plan
of nnlvofBlly extension from what it
originally was and ought to bo.
True, university extension work
brings to people who cannot be in at
tondnnco upon tho class room some
thing In tho nature of instruction In
tho useful arts and sciences. Whlk
tho university extension lecture must
'bo'inoropopularirf'form than'tho class
room, lecture, because the listeners
havo not tho same educatlona"lropjnd
w6rk, still It-should-havo the sara'dJn
structlonal object.' In other' words,
university extension Is not to furnlnl
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