The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 09, 1910, Image 2

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The Daily Nebraskan
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TUB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Lincoln, Nobrnnkn.
Published by ...
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION HOARD
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Editor,. .... K. P. Froderlck
Managing Editor ;;cr2 J' UoEd
Associate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Associate Editor R. D. Hawley
BUSINESS STAFF.
Manager G. c Klddoo
Assistant Manager V. C. Hasoall
Circulator. ... .4 .... C. Buchanan
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for ovory nfteon Swords or fraction there
of. Faculty notices and University bul
letlnj MU bladly bo published free.
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REFRESHMENTS. ICE CREAM
AND ICES, LIGHT LUNCHES,
CANDIES AND BON BONS.
Junior-Senior Debate
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1307 O STREET
Eritored at tho pontofneo at Lincoln,
Nobrnnkn, an aoeonrt-olnsB mall matter
undor the A6t of Congress of March 3,
1873.
, Advertisements for the want column
should be left at the business office, base
ment Administration building, between 10
a. m. and 12 m., or between 2 p. m, and
5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for ad
vertising, at the rate of ten cents for each
fifteen words or fraction thereof the first
Insertion; three Insertions twenty-five,
cents; five Insertions forty cents.
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1010.
7;3o MUSIC HALL
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EXAMINATIONS AGAIN.
Was It yestorday that wo Bat pon
dering over reams of examination pa
per? Waa It yostcrdny that wo folt
rolloved that tho wholo buslnoBB wns
over? A moniont'B roBt n moment's
sloop und ngaln wo bgo tho nnnounco
mont of tho mldBomostor oxnmlnn-
tlons.
Tho flurry of dust loft by dopnrtlng
students wending tholr wny homeward
una hardly loft tho horizon. Tho echo
of tho volco of tho delinquency com
mltteo Is Btlll In our oars. Have wo
learned our losHon?
In a few Hhort days tho examinations
will again bo hero. Yet In those few
short days hack work can ho mado up;
preparation for tho tests can be mado;
henslon, quick comprehension and
quick notion," and mlndB of ' "un
Bpeclal" cultivation that may turn
with oqual onBo In any direction.
Tho college Js Intended to Btlimtlate
theso qualities in a considerable num
ber of mon which 1b "nature and cir
cumstances woro alone dopended upon,
would remain latent In all hut a few.
It 1b for tho trnlnlng of men who nre
to rlBff nbovo tho ranks."
"Tho real work of the collego, tho
work of its class rooms and labora
tories, Iuib hecomo tho morcly formal
and compulsory side of Its life, nnd a
score of outside Ibbucs, groupod undor
tho torm of 'undergraduate activities,'
have become the vital, spontaneous
absorbing ijnlltleB of nine out of overy
ton mon who go to college."
"Tho Bldo-showB have Bwallowed tho
circus."
"AmuBoments, athletics, the zest of
contest nnd competition, all theso are
wholosomo Btiinulnnts for the under
graduate, but thoy should not nssumo
tho front of tho stage whoro moro
serious and lasting Interests are to be
served. Tho collogo Is meant for a
severer, more deflnito discipline thnn
this; a discipline that will fit men for
tho contests and nchiovcmontB of an
ago whoso ovory task Is conditioned
upon some intelligent and effective'
use of tho mind, upon some substan
tial knowledge, some special insight,
some trained capacity, some ponotrn-
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Marcl 12, 1910
Fraternity Hall
First Real Co-Ed Honorary Fraternltyr
In School.
The five girls In the lino arts school
who formed -a. local honorary sorority
to petition Alpha Psl, were visited
lost week by tho grand Secretary of
this organization, who said that their
petition would he granted and tho In
stallation take placo this spring. Alpha
Psl Is purely honorary and member
ship Is gained only by those who excel
In music. This is tho flrBt honorary
fraternity in the university to which
only tho co-eds aro admitted. Denn
Skllton Bays ho Ib In favor of the es
tablishment of an organization of this
nnturo In the flno arts school. The
Dally Knnsan.
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Fresliman Law Hop j T
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$1.25
Walt's Orchestra
Memorial Hall
March 12
The union mooting of tho Cotner,
Wcsloyun, Union and Nebraska mis
sion bands of tlie student volunteer
movement Saturday was a decided suc
cess. Aftor supper In the Temple
banquet hnll Mr. McCaffrey, a returned
missionary, Bpoko briefly concerning
conditions in Africa and mission work
thero.
Vormont cleared over $10,000 on the
football games played last fall.
i Senior Masquerade i
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TICKETS 50c
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Two new engineering buildings
wore dedicated at tho University of
Kansas last week.
FUR HATS
NOT LADIES', BUT THAT
NEW FUSSY KIND-THE
KIND NEW YORKERS WEAR
WHEN THEY HIT TOWN. 1415 O St.
BUDD
and the Btudont can go to tho oxnm
InntlonB with n light heart and an caBy
conBclonco. '
Some havo perhaps already tried on
that panama; others have undoubtedly
made a c1obot study of tho baseball
schedule than of mathematics. The
soft spring air as It drifts through the
open windows furntshoB an almoBt lr
reslBtablo call. Yet thoro will prob
ably bo other spring days. Ba thero
may not bo another examination.
Whon a' student comoB to tho uni
versity ho docs so with tho Intention
of mooting university requlromontB.
If the university roqulrcs moro than
tho student can furnish It Is only an
acknowledgement that ho does not be
'long In tho university. As a matter
of fact, fro requirements aro not too
high to ho met by all but a very fow
students. Tho fact that they are npt
mot by a certain' percentage is duo
only to lack, of application at tho right
time.
WHAT COLLEGE IS FOR.
It seems strange that, after the col
lege haB been in exlstenco for a num
ber "of yonrs, tho question should bo
raised as 'to Its purpose. It Is as if a
housewife, after using a washing ma
chine for ten years, should ask What
a Is for.
Yet the collego presents such a
wide field of activities and different
colleges present them so differently
that tho purpose of tho college Is open
to a number of Interpretations.
President Wilson of Princeton ex-
proBsed his views on the subject us
follows:
"No one," he says, "ho over
'dreamed of imparting learning to an
undergraduate Learning Is tho enter
. prise of a.llfo-tlme," Social, physical
(and mental activities aro all In "tholr
particular degree necessary, but
their relative and proper Importance
is not. perceived! by too student. Tho
world calls for men of "quick appre-.
tlon that somes from study, not from
natural readiness or moro prnctlcal
experience. Tho Bido-showa need
not bo abolished, but merely subordi
nated." President Wilson, wo take It, In his
characterization of .the college studont
has particular referonce to tho Btudent
In tho academic college. Ho speaks of
the general comprehensive education
ns tho kind demnryled by the world.
Yot this attitude of the academic Is
llttlo to bo wondered at. Ho gazes
upon tho "clrcim" and finds llttlo that
ho can put to lmmedlnto use. But per
haps In one or tho other of tho nu
merous "sldo-shows" ho may find
something that has special bearing on
his futuro occupation. In consequence
ho makes that side-show ns important
as any of tho studies Included 'in tho
curriculum. Becnuse tho average stu
dent prefers tho Immediate' and tan-
IHblo to tho distant anil Intangible, Is
ho bo tj(uch td blame?
Minnesota agricultural college' will
eroct a threo thousand ddllar brewery.
Is this a progressive movement, or
only n drawing enrd?
Tho tdlm lights burn long nnd lato
In tho ofneo of tho Cornhuskor these
nights. What, with unravelling the
cobwebs and slinking the dust off of
Jokes which havo long mouldered In
the archives of the university, It Is. a
buBy time for tho editors.
Whether overy sentence will begin
with a giggle and end with" a curl pa
per, we aro loth to say. But tho
co-eds of the Y. W. C, A. will emblazon
tho front page of tho Dally Nebraskan
tomorrow wlth-the doings of tho asso
ciation. In addition, the columns
usually filled with tld-bjts of .wisdom
mutilated in tho procesn of passing
through- the mind of x the. editor will
,be occupied by real editorials from
the co-ed pen.
NEVER KNOW if
you NEVER TRY
Vbon you wnnt to got Clonnlnpc nnd Preaalng
dono by hand nnd not by mnchlnory bring
your clothos to
JOE The Tailor
who 1h nlso n BpoclnllBt on nltorlng nnd refitt
ing your clotLos up-to-dnto.
MARGARET M. FRICK
Dressmaker of Style and Oualitv
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
University Bulletin
MARCH.
9, Wednosday, 7:30 p. m. Engineer
ing Socioty meets.
Gejhit crit,0fci&&s
tV J!lomn:li'W-l'h ' .-Mm mm MW.mJl
9, Wednosday, 7:30 p. m., Music Hall,
Tomple--JunlorSenlor debate.
9," Wednesday, 8-p. m., Music Hall,
Temple Platform Club meets.
10, Thursday Convocation. Musical
Program.
11, Friday Vesper services, Memo
rial Hall. University Chorua.
li, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convocaj
tlon. Prof. H. W. Caldwoll.
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
13, Sunday, 3 p. m., Temple Y. W. C.
A. vesper service,
13, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. Q. B.
Condra. "State and National Con
servation." Illustrated.
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
vocation. 19, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convoca
tion, Prof. W. L. Stophebs, super
intendent Lincoln schools.
25, Friday, 5 p. m. Convocation.
Prof. G, W. A. Lucky. "Shall Or-
ganlzed Play Bo Made a Part of
the Public School Curriculum?"
L0STJ
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