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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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TUESDAY. M AllCll 1R, 1 8 1 0.
So tho oiiKiuoorH have denied the
Implied chnrpo or borrowing the Idea
of TittondinK- the Orphoum from tho
freshman law cIiihh. SometimcH wo
wondor why anyone Hhonld want to
claim tho crcjfllt.
Prof. H. W. Caldwell
p TEMPLE , . 5 P. M
into a biuiio it Is hound to attract col
lego graduates and ovory Round fol
low looking for fame. Tho corn game
Ib hound to succeed. It Is not half so
hard work as football find a good deal
more profitable. In dno'tf ml'nd'B eye
tho Jostling crown can oven now bo
pictured about the bulletin boards
waiting for tho returns In some hard
fought corn growing content. Putting
the corn Held on a sporting basis is
tho host kind of fertilizer." Lafayette
Inmglno tho convocation orator gaz
ing down upon an audionco of several
hundred men, all eyes rolled heaven
ward. Imagine htm remarking upon
tho studious, sanctimonious air of
those Bamo young men. Then Imagine
ills chagrin on discovering the array
of co-eds In tho gallory.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Look for tho announcement or
"what Ib doing" noxt Saturday' night.
You will bo Interested.
Dr. Luckoy will speak at the
Wednesday noon meeting. Row S.
Mill Hayes of tho KplBcopallmchurch
wllf -speak ut-tlm-Frlflny noon mooting.
How many university students have
not ready Dickens' works, the novels
Tennis Season Opens.
A mooting of tho Tennis Club will
bo hold 'nt tho nnivoraity courts on
Wednesday oirornoon at 1 o'clock. All
men who expect to try out for the
squad are urged to be present, as we
will moot Kansas on May 11. A fee
of $1 will he charged to the old mem
bors and $2 for new mombers. Hring
your money atN 1 o'clock and wo'll
start at a clip that will beat Kansas.
L. G. sriTDDISR.
tho student body were colobrntlng tho
event with song.
All work, had ceased for .tho--11 ma.
being. Was tho university to devote
the onorglos of her agricultural stu
dents to tho browing of beer? was
the question on every lip. Should the
noble sons of Minnesota bo disgraced
by n profession so far removed from
tho conjugation of the Latin verb and
But sad yet enchanting delusion,
away. 'Twas not a brewery. It was
only a donatured alcohol distillery.
ONE-FOURTH ON PROBATION.
That Number of Harvard Students
Failed In Mid-Year Exams.
Cambridge, Miisb. Twonty-flve per
contof tho ontlro number of students In
Harvard College were recently placed
on probation on account of fnillng in
tho recent mid-year examinations.
.Eighty men from the freshman class
The Harvard Crimson says editori
ally: "This number is. not only unusually
large, but is particularly exasperating
because It oxpressefe an utter and do
plorablo lack of responsibility among
a large' percentage of tho students."
Dean Hurlburt attributed the fail
ures to the higher standard of scholar
ship sot by President Lowell. New
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I4l6 O St.
We have made arrangements with the best
New York Pennant Hoiise to furnish lis with
new Special Leaders for
University and, High School Pennants, all
Fraternity Pennants and Felt Pillows made
on the best of felt. Workmanship unex
celled. Prices to compete with other dealers.
We solicit your trade. Look our line over.
Special price given by the dozen.
Second floor Art Needlework Department at
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MRS. STEVENS, Proprietor and Manager
STOP INTO THE FOLSOM FOR
REFRESHMENTS. ICE CREAM
AND ICES, LIGHT LUNCHES,
CANDIES AND BON BONS.
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or Scott, tho pooms of Uyron? Many
students as these work's aro not "as
signed," think they can go unread.-
With ono of tho best baseball sched
ules In tho history of the sport at Ne
braska, tho only regrottablo feature Is
that moro of tho games are not to bo
played on tho homo Hold. It seems
that such an arrangemont cquld not
bo nmdo in arranging for datos with
some of tho moBt desirable teams.
Consequently tho choice lay bot,weon
securing a poor schedule at homo. or
a good ono away from home. No,
b'raBkn proforrod" tho" harder light,
which means, If wo win, greater glory.
This year tho prospects aro brlghtor
.than" over at Nebraska, and wo should
put a scoring team on the diamond.
And with a scoring team perhaps wo
will soo tho blcachera llllod to over
flowing, perhaps wo will hoar rooting
that Bounds llko tho roal thing. Who
knowB? Anyhow, brush up tho old
straw hat and tho megaphone
Mr. Forbes on the Cow.
The Agricultural Club mot at tho
Templo Saturday night. Tho problem
cusBed. Tho dlBcusslon was led by
Mr. Forbes on tho cow and Mr. Gram
lich on tho horse. Professor 11. It.
Smith presided and gave an interest
ing talk on general nutrition.
SPORT IN THE CORNFIELD.
"A nows Items states that ono Wil
liam Strong, of a certain Michigan
county bearing tho euphonious name
of Kalamazoo and by tho way there
is said to bo a movement afogt to
change tho namo of Oshkosli, let us
hope not ut back to William Strong,
ho is of importance just here, no lias
raised an ear of corn, said by tho am
thoritles of tho Michigan agricultural
college, to- bo the nearest perfect ever
grown. That is to say, It scored
nlnoty-Bovon points out. of a possible
perfect scoro of ono hundred. Tho
next best corn scoro is that of an ear
exhibited at the Omaha corn show
'two years ago, raised by a wostorn
farmer, which scored nlnety-fo'ur. The
poini 'of this corn scoro buslnoss is
that It makes poBsiblo a realization
the' cry of 'Bock to tho land!' Now
that corn growing has been turned
Union Literary Society.
.The Union Lltorary met In regular
session last Friday night. The newly
elected ollleors (that Is, only part of
them), gavo a program of various
mlxturoB of oratory, "wit" and com
mon soubo. Tho gnu ltn, .tho jirjgrivm
was tilled by tho "SonatOr," so that
the program was of the usual length,
but of an unusual breezy nature.
Tho young, men of tho society de
cided to glvo tholr program in the
noar future, arid every effort Is going
to bo nmro to glvo a bettor one tlinit
thrtt given by the young ladles "of tho
society sonto time ago. To this end
all' tho boys of the society aro romiest
od to moot In Union hall at Jl o'clock
Thursday to mako arrangements for
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Beer Will ot Be Brewed Within the
Imagine tho consternation that
reigned when tho Minnesota Dally ap
peared with tho announcement that a
brewery was to bo Installed at the
agricultural college. No such sacrilege
had been hoard of at tho scholastic in
stitution for yearB.
Had the fcdoral authorities granted
tho pormlt, -was tbjo,' lirst question
asked! They had. Some were for de
serting tho' colloge rtt once. Others
were for' mobbing tho nowly elected
Deh Woods, who had permitted- the
outrage. Tho excitement was Intense
Mobs of Btudonts gathered on tho
cariipus and boforo tho homo of Pro
fessor Woods. A certain portion of
15, Tuesday Convocation. Prof. Q. E.
Condra. "State and 'National Con
15, Tuesday, 8 p. m., Armory Junior
sonlor basketball. Freshman
lfi, Wednesday, 4 p. in. Meeting of
x Tennis Club. Tennis court.
16, Wodnesdny, 8 p. m. Sophomoro
16, Wednesday, 4 p. m., Music Hall of
Tomple Glee Club meets.
17, Thursday, 8 p. mv, Armory Bas
ketball. Inter-class final gaino.
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
vocation. 18,, Frjday, 5 p. 'ra. Special convoca
tion. Pfot. W. L. Stephens, super
intendent Lincoln schools,
19, Friday End of mld-somoster ex
aminations. 19, Saturday, 8 p.tm., Toraplo Theater
Chicago Glee Club.
22, Tuesday Phi Beta Kappa Day.
22, Tuesday, 11 a. m., Memorial JIall
22, Tuosday 8 p. m., Music Hall of
Tomplo Democratic Club maots.
23, Wednesday, 6 p. m. Spring vaca
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