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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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tub . university OF NEBRASKA,
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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, lfllO.
5 P. M.
Either Hicks sont tho wrong kind
of weather or hoiucoho was a poor
prophet, for tho fresh man claim woro
hard sot to seouro a quorum yostor
day morning. This prophesying Ib bad
business at tho bent, and in freshman
Ycstbrduy wo hoard a robin, and tho
freshman law class wont to tho Or
phcumiln a body. Today wo heard a
bluo Jay, and tho onglnoors havo an
nounced that thoy will go to tho Or
phoum: Can there bo any connection
between Bprlng fover and thai old
"March1 haro" fablo? ' L
A fdw yoars ago
kind ol forestry tho
about tho only
Htudent wob ac-
bruska Is ono of tho last of the old
Some of our neighbors have tho stu
dent court fully dovoloped and doing
succoBBful wot'k. Others havo u com
pletely organized system of student
police. Others havo student solf-gov
ornment In ovory detail.
After considerable agitation Nebras
ka hoB tho "honor system." It Is true
that the system has been Installed by
and Ib effective with only a cortaln
portion of tho studont body but It Is
a start In tho right direction. The
dllllculty of organizing such a move
ment for tho entire school was unsur
mountable at the present time, so the
beginning was mado among the frater
nity men. Whothor tho movement
spreads to tho proportion of slmilar
movomonts at other universities do
ponds upon the organizations Inter
ested. That the system can be made to
work Is evident. Had tho movement
come from tho authorities; had it
been Imposed upon tho students
against their will thoro might bo ovory
reason to suppose that It would fall.
But with tho action taken by the stu
dents voluntarily and with tho num
ber of studontH behind the movement
It bids fair to bo an unqualified "Mu
cosa. It means that Nebraska will
advance will koop abreast of the
tlmoB. Sho will not bo the last of tho
President of Freshman Class Makes
Tho freshman cTustf meeting Tn Me
morial hall yesterday was not well at
tended, but was rather noisy in its na
ture. A second semester danco was
The classmen decided to send In an
order for class cups as soon as pos
sible. Ilobort FunkhuuBor was ap
pointed track 'team manager and Rub
sell Mann was mado manager or the
baseball team. Throe men woro ap
pointed to places on the inter-class
athletic board, 0. F. Lehmcr, O. W.
Hanson and H. Wossoll will servo on
this board. Committees woro appoint
ed as follows:
Ivy Day Will Ross. M. C. liar
graves and Miss Floronco noBtetlor.
Caps C. F. Phillips, A. II. Dins
more and Miss Mary Robbins.
Hop W. 13. Romans, chairman; W.
E. Smith, jnaster of ceremonies'; C.
Radcllffo, L. G. Warner, E. E. Mur
phy, V. Androws, Misses Mary How
ard, , Bess Drake, Adabootn Dolman
and Clara Hammer.
A committee was also appointed to
arrango for a social ovent other than
A dance Chairman, II. B. English;
Boo Buchanon, R. E. Ammorman,
Dean McBrien, and Misses Marie
Ilodgo, Mary Roberts and Helen
We have made arrangements with the best
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Prices to compete with all other dealers. -1 '
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Special prices given by the dozen.
Second floor Art Needlework Department at
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Mrs. Stevens, Proprietor and Manager
March 12, 1910
Fresfomar Law Hop
quuintcd with was that which con
sisted , of lying in the shade under
somo sheltering olm and Kooning cool
with tho aid of a fan, a long straw
-and-lcod-thlngs. Today-wo hear thaL
twolvo moro Nebraska men may go
out In tho omploy of tho government
Newly Elected Executive Staff Will
THE LAST OF THE OLD ORDER.
Way back In tho days when a. grim
old castlo lookod down over a fright
ened town, man was not given tho
freedom of self-government. Should
.ho hnjvo breathed such an Idea the
castlo ! would havo belched forth a
body of armed horsemen" and tho vil
lago would havo disappeared In a
heap 6f ashes.
Today thoro are countries- where
men aVo not allowed any form of pop
ular government. But these. are slow
ly disappearing they are tho last of
tho old ordor.
A. change of similar nature has boon
taking placq In tho collogo of today.
Tho days when tho old preceptor
ruled tho colloglan with an iron list
aro fast disappearing. Not that any
faculty supervision In tho truo sense
has been removed from tho college,
but thq police power which has been
exorcised by tho faculty Is fast changj
liiK hands. It is being dolegatcd to
tho studont body.
In tho high school the studont Is
under mono or less pollco regulation,
Tho Immature student must be so
dealt with. But in tho uulvorslty and
collego a man, who If out in tho world
would bo under no such restriction, Is
gradually taking tho pollco power into
his own hamlB. Tho result is studont
This movement has spread either
entiro or In part throughout nearly all
of tho larger universities and colleges
of the United States, "That no sign of
. , It lias heretofore develpped at Nebras
ka Is Indicative of only ono thing
that In the. matter of" government Ne-
The first program glvon by The
Union Literary -Society for tho new
term will be given by the olllcors. The
mooting Is open to tho public. Tho
program Is announced to bo as fol
lows: First Part
Coronation and Oath President H.
Papyrus Literature Secretary Ira
Geld Abhandlung Treasurer A. M.
Music Non. Com.
Itecit de 1'KdItor Editor W. T.
Senotorlus Indacla S. V. Shonka.
Music, Clarlnotto Non. Com.
Mother Goose--VIee-Presldent Ethol
Chambers, Historian Dora Kidd. Sor-geant:at-Arms
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ARE GETTING BUSY.
Blue Print Staff Sends Copy to the
At last tho long lookod for event
has come. It looks as though there
would actually bo something done in
the near future on tho Bluo Pnliu.
Tho staff sent tho copy for the fin
glneorlng annual to the printer j o.v
The Bluo Print this year will have
a now cover, done In bluo, black niu:
gray. Tho book will contain a L?p(
article on Arkansas mining. This la
a new method und has never before
appeared ,ln print. There ire also
thirty pages of cuts.
A largo number of orddrs havo uN
ready been received nnd tho staff Is
anxious to get us many orders as pis
slblo within tho noxt two weeks. The
prlco of the, book Is fifty cents.
11, Friday, 5 p. m., U10G Junior so
cinl committee meets,
li, Friday Vesper services. Mqmo
rial Hall. University ChoruB.
11, Friday, 5 p.m. Spoclal convoca
tion. Prof. H. W. Caldwoll.
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
12, Saturday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
13, Sunday, 3 p. in., Temple Y, W. C.
A, vesper service.
14, Monday Mld-somcBtor examlmi
15, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. G. B.
Condra. "State and National Con
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
18, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convoca
' tion. Prof. W. L. Stephens, super-
' lntendcnt Lincoln schools.
19, Friday End of mld-somostor ex
amination's. 22, .Tuesday Phi Beta Kappa Day.
22, Tuesday, 11 a. m., Memorial Hall
22, Tuesday, 8 p. m., Music Hall or
Templo Democratic Club nieets.
23, Wednesday, 6 p. m. Spring vacn
i Senior Masquerade
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