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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1910.
Tho logitlmato appearanco of tho
tan shoo Is a dirty scuffed gray. When
"ovor thoy shino it's an announcement
of battalion Inspection,
Wo havo hoard some singing recent
ly, but nothing that Bounded1 like
judgment being pnsBod on tho now
Yoif would not know a senior if you
caw ono tonight. All tho Inhorltod
dignity of tradition will bo covered
with a mask and tho senior will mln
glo with his follows In a manner much
tho samo as that adopted by ordinary
mortals on similar occasions.
$4.00 and $5.00 shoes at $3.50. Goodyear welts, rock oak
soles. Just can't wear 'em out Look me up, save one dollar
and get wise to the shoe game.
Tho University Qloo Club Booms to
bo a livo organization. Organized but
a Bhort timo, thoy havo already ro
solved tholr Bong bpokH and. havo
commenced regular practice. In addi
tion they will back the concert to bo
glvon by tho Chicago Qled Club Satur
day. Spring fovor Is rather rovorslng
Its usual effects at Nebraska.
A professor In a wostorn university
says that tho American peoplo aro to
ho civilized by music. And overybody
knows that muBlo hath charms, etc.
But whoever mado thoso statements
would retract at onco If they could
hoar rag-tlmo on our boarding houso
OLYMPIC8 OR FIGHT.
Pugnacious tendencies havo sudden
ly been aroused in tho breast of tho
freshman. Ho Is cither going to pull
tho Bopliomoro over tho lino in nn
Olympic contest or he Is going to fight
Aim. Woo and suffering aro to bo tho
"lot of the Bophomore for tho bloody
eyed freshman with tho heavy fist and
tho unconquerable spirit Is on his trail.
Many m.oons ago, .when tho school
year was but young; thero was much
clamor in regard to tho .Olympics. But
ibo first snowflakes of winter chilled
iho fighting blood In tho henrts of tho
warriors. Since that timo tho fresh
man has been camped on tho 'trail of
the sophomoro. But ho will stand It
no' longer. Tho InBuffornblo delay of
committees, tho torturing stigma, of
"freshmanlsm" is to bo wiped out onco
for all. '
Lulled Into slumber by vain visions
of security, tho Bophomoro has been
unaware of tho firo burning In the
ifieart of the freshman. Dreams that
como with tho soft spring sunshine
and'-Easter vacation had laid hold of
ills' system. -With a ;Jolt ho is awak
ened to tho necessjty for action. At
lasfclv'thb. two underclasses aro alive
o'ricombre. '' '
It is the right spirit; the spirit
which enn carry tho university to the
top of tho ladder. It 1b tho fighting
spirit. If! thoro lives a freshman with
a soul so dead that ho 1b not with the
class In tho fight; if thoro lives a
sophomoro who docs not feel that tho
challongo of tho freshman is his chal
lenge, lot thorn bo relegated to the
rogions of everlasting examinations.
They havo no placo in a class of tho
Students Interested In Laymen's Con
vention. Interest in tho laymen's missionary
convention, which wilL bo hold in Lin
coln from Tuosddy to Thursday, of
noxt weok, has reached tho campus.
.So far olghtoen of tho mon of tho uni-
vorslty, havo registered for tho conven
tion, and thus aro allowed to attend
tho banquet at tho Auditorium and all
mootings. Work 'among tho students
for fliis convention has Just com
menced' and so far those who havo
been approached havo become on thus I-
nutln far Mm wnrfr 1nrn rncrlafrn.
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tions will follow dally.
DEMOCRAT8 WILL MEET.
Club Contain All the Orators.
Tho Democratic Club will bold a
business mooting in muBlc hall of tho
Tomplo noxt Tuosday ovonlng. Tho
commlttco on constitution win report
and sovoral mombors of tho club will
oxpress themselves as to what ttTo
democratic platform should contain.
All democrats and othors interested
In domocratic policies aro urgel to bo
In view of tho fact that this club
contains practically all tho orators of
tho university, this mooting promises,
to bo an interesting ono.
Class In German 8 Honors Professor
Fossler With a Feed.
Testorday tho class in Gorman 8
celebrated tho birthday of Professor
One block from
the high rent
Fossler with a "feod" during claBS
hour. A boautiful birthday cake was
tho chlof part of tho menu and on it
woro as many candles as the profes
sor was years old. Other things' were
salved also as pretzels, hot coffee,
pickles and olives. Tho rest of tho
hour was spent in social stunts and
in tho singing of Gorman songs. After
this the rest of tho teachers In tho
Gorman dopartmont wero Invited in.
CHADRON WIN8 FROM CRAWFORD
Gets Unanimous Verdict of Three
Chadron won from Crawford at
Chadron on March 4 in tho northwest
orn district of tho Nebraska High
School Debating League, getting the
unanimous verdict of Supt. Kendall of
Gordon, Supt. Deavor of Hemlngford,
and Rov. Mr. Ralston of Edgemont.
Tho Chadron debaters were Frank
Morrlssoy, Marcla Lenington and Ken
neth Scovel. Crawford's debaters
wero Allyn Relmund, Harry Barnum,
and Clarence Rlnchor. Chadron, Gor
don and Alliance wlll'now content for
tho district championship.
DID NOT BORROW IDEA.
Engineers Deny Inference In Yester
The onglneors aro not angry. But
thoy deny Iho charge that they have
borrowed tho Idea of attending tho
Orpheum in a body from tho freshman
Tho fever of theater going seems to
have been in tho system of the en
gineers oyen in tho dead of winter
They claim that tho movement to at
tend tho Orpheum In a body was start
ed In the engineering college on Feb
Consequently when tho statement
was mado through tho columns of tho
Dally' Nebraskan yesterday that tho
over seemed to havo spread from the
freshman law class to tho engineering
college, tho engineers made" hasto to.
Tho engineers will attend tho Or
phoum on March 18. Tho froBhman
laW class attended tho Orpheum on
Wednesday afternoon. Tho Inevitable
conclusion was drawn by the public
that the idea spread from the laws to
tho origtneors. Some ovon went so
far as to say that tho engineers had
bbrrowed it. But tho" statement made
yesterday by tho engineers corrected
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Do not forgot tho installation service
at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon in tho
Praiso sorvico on Monday this noxt
weok instead of on Wednesday.
PhTKfid Sigma Banquet.
Phi Rho Sigma held a banquet at
tho Romb hotel in Omaha last night.
About flfteon men Trom tho Nebraska
chapter woro present. A hop will bo
glvon at- the chapter house tonight.
Miss' Walker's Discovery.
Miss Walker, who did considerable
Investigating in grass pistils while
working for her doctor's degree at Ne
braska somo .yeafB ago, wroto a thesis
which contained an entirely new the
ory In contradiction to anything that
had boon previously advanced by Ho
kol nnd others. Tho theory haB boon
practically ignored until rocently a
scholar of Munich has published an
article confirming- tho theory in every
Dr. Bessey to Lecture on Pathology.
Dr. Bcssoy Will deliver a series of
lectures at Amos, beginning early in
July. Tho lectures will bo on plant
pathology, under tho auspices of tho
government graduato school of agri
culture Tho graduato Bchool jib con
ducted by tho govornment at Ames Is
similar to ono which has been dis
cussed considerably at Nebraska with
a view to its establishment hero.
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UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
12, Saturday Freshman law hop.
12, Saturdaj 8 p. m., MoraorlUl Hall
13, Sunday, 3 p. m Tomplo Y. W. C.
A, vesper s.orvlco,
14, Monday Mid-somostor examina
15, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. G, E.
Condra. "State and National Con
15, Tuesday,, 8 p. m Armory Junior
senior basketball. Freshman
16, Wednesday, 4 p, m., Music Hall of
Temple Glee Club meets,
17, Thursday, 8 p. m Armory Bas
ketball. . Inter-class final garao.
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
18, Friday, 5 p. m. Special convoca
tion. Prof. W. L. Stephens, super
intendent Lincoln schools.
19, Friday End of mld-somostor ex
aminations. 19, Saturday, 8 p. m., Tomplq Theater
Chicago Glee Club,
22, Tuesday Phi Beta Kappa Day,
22, Tuesday, 11 a. m.? Memorial Hall
22, Tuesday, 8 t. m.,' Music Hall of
Temple Democratic Club wants.
All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and 12th Street
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m.
AH students are cordially Invited to attend its services
ALL PEWS ARE FREE
Sunday, March 13, Sermon Subject: Browning's "Installs
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
Dlscusion of the series of sermons on "Action."
The jStudent's Liberal Rellgous Union meets in trie riuslc
Room of the Temple at 4 p. m. Sunday. Mr. Weatherly will
speak on "The Religious Life." Opportunity will be given for
free discussion. All students invited. Executive Committee
Miss Lois Fossler, Miss Mary Wheeler, and Robert Ashby.
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