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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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TUB UNIVERSITY OF . NEDRABICA,
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THE STUDENT PUHMCATION HOARD
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CONVOCATION TODAY I
TUESDAY, MARCH 1, lflJO.
' At InHt wo havo urrlvotl nt tho ho
crot of tho wholo affair. Tho Hiif
rwgottOB nro not going to force tho
Ibbuo of woman's HUffrngo, but uro go
ing to clonond on,tho mon to glvo it to
thorn "whon thoy got around to It una,
nro ood nnd rondy." Agnin- wo hcavo
n slgh'-of rollof. For a few fleoting
moments wehad vtslona of man drivon
"into a cornornnd forcod nt tho point
of a lint pin to grant equal Huffrago.
Man can wait until
hn la frnnil
TO THE GENTLE REPORTER.
Tho Daily Nobraskan has uh yet
boon unnblo to consult nil of tho mem
bers of tho reporting Btaff as to thoir
Thoro niny bo a IcHBon or two In
tho dofent. Tho gnmo that Kansas
played wns somowhnt different thnn
tho ono played by NobrnHkn. Anyhow
wo will play thorn ngnln next year.
And wo still insist that Nebraska has
nnd enn dovolop tho mnterlnl for a
winning team. Lot tho aforesaid mnte
rlnl hold Itself In rondlncBH to bo de
veloped whon tho time comes.
A press bulletin will soon bo issued
from tho J3xporlmont Station giving
directions for tostlng seod com.4 (This
is very timely. ToBts made In various
parts of tho state indicate an nvcrage
germination of not more than 7n per
cont. This menus thnt uuIcsb tho poor
onrs nro discovered tho farmers will
hnvo only throe-fourths of a stand noxt
Vnl Kuscka, of Ohlowa, Ncb. a grad
uate from tho school of agriculture,
07, has aecopted a poBition aB super
lntondont at $1,200 per year for tho
Tho dopartmont of agronomy has
received during tho month of Febru
ary Inquiries offering positions for 40
difforont mon. Of those 29 wero for
oxporlmont station work; paying from
$800 to $1,800 por year. TIiobo posi
tions domand college tralnod men, and
at tho present tlmo tho supply can no
Xboro equal tho domand. The other
20 qsUIoiih open wore for graduates
rcBidonco which ho expects to qvcc
upon a largo fnrm nt Fairfield. The
house will bo vory modern In every
detail, combining beauty with convenience.
Y. W. C. A. NOTE8.
Tho mondayto( IMD.Tmhrdlublnuol
Tho Monday noon meeting, which
has boon reserved each week for' a
praiBO sorvlco, is becoming popular
with tho Y. W. C. A. girls. Yesterday
Miss Huth Manning played a Chopin
nocturno and gave n brief history of
tho writing of tho piece, cnlHng,ntten
tlon to proximity of the grent musi
cian's birthday, Fob. 28. Bessie Man
ning gnvo n violin selection, a sere
nnde by Piorno.
Miss Blanche Cnmpbell, assistant
secrotary of tho city Y. W. C. A., will
Bpoak at the Wednesday Y. "W. C. A.
noon mooting in plnco of hor sched
uled tlmo Inst week. All girls Inter
ested in tho summer conferenco nro
urged to be present, for Miss Cnmp
boll, having attended an unuBtial num
ber of thoo conferences, is fitted to
talk comprehensively on the subject.
The Student Volunteer Bnnd will
moot Tuesday nt six-thirty In Science
The small cabinet of the Y. W. C. A.
hnB changed Its time of meeting from
Wednesday at 0:30 to Thursday at
cAgain the Nebraskan stands
for the best things in Uni
versity Life it believes in a
Glee Club, in sending Jack
Best to Europe, in clean ath
letics, and in fighting Kansas.
If you believe in these things
and agree with the attitude
of the "Rag" in University
affairs you ought to show it
by subscribing and then pay
ing for your subscription.
The Daily Nebraskan
Snappiest Young Men's
Stiff Hats you ever saw
and all at the same price
(With Apologies to the Medical Dep't.) $2.50. Why pay more?
1415 O St.
We are up-to-date in Baked Goods
and Candies. We also are noted for
putting up Sandwiches, Ice Cream
and Punch for Parties. Call up Bell
456, or Auto 2214.
1307 O STREET
most convenient time for securing a
little "dopo" for its columns. Whllo
tho Dnily hhtes to nsk thoin to dovoto
nny.of thoir valuable tlmo to tho pur-
suit of nows, yoC in tho intorost of tho
university public it fools called upon
.to ask theso reporters to boo tho ed
itor boforo tho" ond of tho somestor.
Perhaps some agreeable arrangement
could be mndo whereby tho pnper
could bo published without nows. Any
suggestions nlong this line will bo
FIRST AID TO THE LITERARY.
Thursday will appear tho next Lit
erary Number of tho Dally Nebraskan.
"The Isbuo will bo edited by mombors
- of tho English Club. If, hidden away
bohlnd tho stacks of the library or tho
recesses of the laboratories, there is.
nny ombryo nuthor this Is n good
timo to burst forth. If tho 'spring
weather calls for a burst of rhyme
from your swelling heart try to inv
. jioso it on tho long-suffering public
through tho columns of tho Daily Ne
braskan. It will rolloyo your overbur
dened soul and tho public won't rend
It If they don't liko it. But if thoy
do you will find yourself famous. All
aspirants for fame or anything olso
" Hint tho Literary Numbor has to offer
1 will address communications or sub
mit manuscrlps to Miss Fayo Hartley
or Misn Eutelle Morrison at Station A.
Kansas defeated us. Somehow wo
'felt liko getting; a new straw hat and
stamping on it when tho last game
was over; hut wo didn't, bocauso we
lacked tho straw hat. There is noth
ing In the world that grinds into and
(dries up the soul like defeat.
However, after we hd, frmo to think
It over, wo decided that tho visitors
played a strong game of basketball."
After another Interval we came to the
elusion that p'erhaps we wore out
from tho school of agriculture with
salaries varying from $2R to $75 per
at tho Experiment Station Monday
looking for a man capablo of manag
ing tho St. George ranch at Sidney,
Neb. Mr. Jones wishes to get a grnd
unto of tho school of agrlculturo and
oxpects to mnko of this ranch a large
Mr. D. D. Reaves, ex-'90, has 80
acres of land in the Great Nemaha
valley near Falls City, which. Is being
experimented upon to determine, the
bonoflts of underground drainage.
Prof. Chaso of tho farm mechanics de
partment and Mr. Mengel of tho civil
engineering department havo just re
turned from surveying and laying out
this drainage system. Forty acres is
to bo tile drained; The crops produced
from this land will be kept track of
as will all tho expenses connected
with thoir production. Theso will bo
compared to the yield and cost of ad
joining fields which nro undraincd.
Wells will bo placod in various places
in both tho drained and undraincd
Holds, tho water level determined and
tho temperature of tho soil will bo
taken and compared to determine th'q
effect as to early cultivation. Tho
amount of rainfall upon (he area will
bo determined and the rato of tho
lowering of tho water level in the soil
will be studied.
Decauso of overcrowded conditions,
the cIubb in. rural architecture has
been compelled to movo out of tho
grain judging pavilion which has been
previously used by thorn.
Tho serious condition of winter
wheat over .the stnte of Nebraska has
been ,tbe.causo of a floqd of letters
which have como-ln to the farm me
chanics department, asking about the
benefits or injuries to bo derived
from tho use of tho land roller.
O. A, Brodorlck, '10, is designing, in
the rural, architecture class, a large
NEVER KNOW it
you NEVER TRY
YTienyoiTwaUt t& TjcQCCIOSDIuk umlPreBahlK"
uono iy iinnu aim not oy mnuiunory urint
your clothox to
JOE The Tailor
who 1h nlso n Hpochilist on ultcrlng uiid refitt
ing your olotLos up-to-dato.
Special attention to Ladle'
work and Uniforms.
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
1, Tuesday Convocation. Address.
GovT A. C. Shallenberger.
I, Tuesday, 11:30 a. m.,, Music Hall,
Temple Gleo Club meets.
3, Wednesday, 8 p. m., Memorial .'Hall
Music Hall Sonlor-Junlor debate,
3, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Platform Club
3, Thursday Convocation. Musical
4,. Friday, 5 p. ni. Convocation. Prof.
Grummann. "Efficiency in Educa
tion." 8, .Tuesday Convocation. Prof. J. T.
Lees. "Tho Passion Play of Ober
10, Thursday Convocation. Musical
II, Friday Vesper services. Memo
rial Hall. University Chorus.
11, Friday, 5 p. va. Special convoca
tion. ,Prof. H. W. Caldwoli.
12, Saturday Y. M. C. A. social.
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
12, Saturday, 8:30 p. m. Non-com hop,
15, Tuesday Y. M. C. A. social.
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