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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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THE UNIVBItBITY OP . NISBItASKA,
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TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1010.
Speaking of pugilism did yon over
hear of thnt game called basketball?
Tho spirit displayed by tho Btudonta
of tho agricultural collcgo In tho Inter
est of sclenco 1b tho admiration of the
university at tho preBont time. They
aro subscribing twenty-live cents a stu
dent toward a fund which will bo de
voted to tho securing of a goat to bo
offered up at the altar of sclonee.
what aBplendidpcronagb1,tho'avcniKb f
student Is? Without a doubt, ho Is an
unusual chnractor and pdBHOBBes many
mord accomplishments than tho public
will give him credit for.
' In tho first place, ho Iiub a remarka
ble talont for creating "claBy" styles.
Most peoplo do yot think bo, but, as
usual, most peoplo aro wrong. The
true critic knows that a hat worn at a
dizzy anglo beautifies the fat faco as
well as the thin, and that tho moro
uncommon tho combination of colors,
tho hotter It goes with tho accompany
Tho student has also dovcloped at
tractive styles In shoes. In summer ho
wears high shoes and In winter low
oucb profcrnbly worn down at tho
heels. Tho rest of his attlro Is distin
guished by choky-looking collars, for
lorn ties and stick pip monstrosities.
However, It would be u serious mis
take to call fashion his only asset.
The collcgo student Is a brilliant con-
vorsatloHallst. Ho can talk athletics
to tho oxcluslon wo ropoat to tho
oxcluslon of nil else In class lie is
ovor bright and witty. Ho answers tho
most 'Intricate points in all subjects
with a single word "unprepared." As
a rule, ho Is vastly superior to his
prpfs, whom ho personally considers
Naturally, tho student has a groat
and lasting influence on the university
town. His unique nttlro, alone, does
much to enliven a dull place.
The Binall boy always imitates the
Btudont'B perfection. Tho college, stu
dent, In turn, 1b proud of UiIb high
tribute Ho knows, nlBo, though he
never mentions tho fact, that ho Is tho
handsomo Idol of numerous "K. m.'s."
In addition, he has occasionally had
tho distinction of being turnod down
by a real choriiB girl.
The college student Is a competent
Judge of the theater and invariably
proforB a cheap show to tho lecturo
course. His list of talents might be
contlnuod easily. Ho can sing any
part In a serenading quartet. He can
tirnlbihtMmvc'been.'so Metcalf played
tho part of a ildor mop while winning
tho ten-yard dash,
Tho milk race was a real Joke. To
decldo who was tho biggest baby,'
milk bottles wcro provided. Those
who drank a bottle of milk, from tho
Btato farm dairy, in tho least tlmo
were counted. Each bottle was
equipped with a rubbor nipple. Re
freshments of milk and gingerbread
wero Berved at half past ten.
$100 MORE NEEDED
Jack Beat "Fund Now Totals $250
Delta Zetas Head Today's List.
Tho Jack Best fund yesterday
reached the $250 mark. Delta Zeta,
tho now sorority, subscribed $5 and
several Individuals ulso sent in their
contributions. It 1b hoped to have tho
total amount necessary subscribed In
a fow days.
A lottor showing -how the nlumnl
fool about tho matter, was received by
Jack Best ycBtorday. It was from
W. E. Ponrod, tho former crack quar
ter mllor of tho unlverBlty. It reads
"Dear Old Friend: I see by a clip
ping from a Lincoln paper that the
students and alumni aro raising a fund
to give you a trip to England. I am
vory glad to hear of It and and the
plan a moat worthy one for showing
tho esteem In which you are hold, not
only by tho present student body, but
also by tho alumni and formor stu
dents whoso aches and pains you have
rollovod with your famouB llnnmont,
,ovon at tho oxpenso, oftontimes, of a
few Dilators. I want to show in n
small way my appreciation by enclos
ing a money order for $5."
Yesterday's contributions were as
Previously reported $221.35
We can lave you 12 per
cent on your fuel bills '
IS THE REASON
LittLBw,. Gregory The Coal Man 1044 o.
MarcH 12, 1910
1 Freshman Law Hop 1
With a sufficient amount of kicking
and mauling a bomb will occasionally
explode. Prof. E. A. Ross of the Uni
versity j of Wisconsin 1b tho victim of
tho bomb-throwing agitation of tinunn smoke an ugly pipe and dance the last
Goldman and others carried on at that danco and all tho extras. In short, ho
university recontly. Should Professor 1b a Jolly good fellow, the truest of
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Waltor Camp, in the Century Mag
azine, declares that tho play mndo by
"Denny" Clark In tho Michigan-Chicago
rootball game In 1&0R, which lost
tho game and championship for Michi
gan, waB tho correct play and that no
blame should bo attached to Clark
for It. Ex.
frlexidB and slnceroly ambitious to do
good. Long Hvo tho collcgo student!
PING PONG "8TAG"
Tho froshmau law picture takon bo
foro tho Administration building again
callB attention to the fact that tho law
students, while paying heavy tuition,
aro forced to occupy quarters on tho
third floor of University hall. In fact,
It Is gonorally conceded that they have
tho poorest quarters of any college of
.thqlr Importance and paying ' their
tuition In tho university. '
And now tho German department
will put on its play at Omaha. , They
ought to find the proper atmosphero
for. such a production In our. neighbor
With the first oftho inter-class de
bates held in Memorial hall Friday
evening tho attontion of the student
body Is again called to tho fact that
some lack of interest lias been shown
in . tho promotion of these debates.
Whether this Is present In the clasn
or" in tho student members promoting
the debates Is an open question. Inter
class events must be backed by tho
classes themselves to make thorn a
success, There is ono moro prelim
inary debate before tho final argu
ment on Phi Beta Kappa day tho
classes contesting should boo they are
well represented In attendance' at
THE COLLEGE STUDENT.
Have you ever stopped to consider
Y. M. C. A. Party Turns Out to Be a
Ping Pong Tournament.
Tho Y. M. C. A. stag Saturday oven
lug turned out to bo a mixturo of
plug pong balls and Jersey milk. Most
of the men who went to Memorial hnll
were expecting Bomo heavy track
ovents of an Indoor nature. Howevor,
in place of tho real heavy, tiresome
events, tho committee had provided a
warm weather program. Four teams
wero picked In tho old-tlmo method of
"chooso up." W. H. Plastors, A. II.
Guthborlot, C. D. Bohnnnon and J. B.
Shnuldlng wore captains of tho teams.
Tho seeing raco was a memory tcBt.
The men entered a room whore thoy
took a good look at a collection of
various articles on a tablo After
leaving tho room thoy wrote out a list
,of all which their memory would por
mlt. Tho smelling raco was a test of
a man's knowledge of chomlstry nnd
the catarrhal condition of his nasal
apparatus. . About forty chemicals
wore to Jtw identified by their odor.
Foujtonms lined up for the dumb
bell race. Instead of the runner car
rylng n dumb-boll, ho was glvon a
,ping pong ball. Whenever tho ball
was passed poorly it .bounced away,
forcing tho runner to Iobo tlmo fre
quently. Tho' marking or chalk race
was a tost of a man'a ability to
stretch, While remaining In ono plnco
horeached as far as ho" could to- draw
& chalk line with a stub of crayon.
Ralph Weaverllng won the shot-put
by blowing a ping pong bnH off from
a pile of bopks, a test of wind power,
Olio .Metcalf caused a ping pong
ball to navigate across 'tho floor by
nosing It. -Ho gqt down on his hands
and knees to push the ball with his
nose. Tho floor was not as 'clean as
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8, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. J. T.
Loos. "The Passion Play of Ober
8, TuoBday, 11:30 a. m. Meeting of
9, Wodnesday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Junlor-sonior debate. "County
10, Thursday Convocation. Musical
11, Friday Vesper services. Memo
rial Hall. University Chorus.
11, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convoca
tion. Prof. H. W. Caldwell.
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
12, Saturday, 8:30 p. m. Non-com hop,
13, Sunday, 3 p. m., Temple Y. W. C.
A. vesper, sorvlce.
15, Tuesday Convocation. Prof, G. E.
Condra. "State and National Con
17 Thursday Musical program. Con
18, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convoca
tion. Prof. W, L. Stephens, super-,
intendent Lincoln schools. '
25, Friday, 5 p. m. Convocation.
Prof. G. W. A, Lucky. "Shall Or,
ganized Play Bo Made a Part of
the Public School Currlculun?"
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