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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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TJEIU UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1010. '
various nhascB of nowsnapqr work.
Perhaps, to keep abroakt of tho
times, wo ought (to oi up our old ono
cyllndor typowrltcr and hang out a'
Bhlnglo with "Nowapnpor Laboratory"
omblnzonod on It in cnrmlnc.
Should tho present Bttito of goldon
Bunshino, combined with singing birds
and springing grass contlnuo tho hook
worm will have us nil. Ono individual
Is Immune from all attacks; In fact,
ho. thrives on thoin tho spring poot.
Tho vordoncy of this Ibbuo of tho
Dally Kobraskan may bo attributed to
Bovoral causos. It might bo a tribute
to spring, It might bo a freshman Is
sue, it might oven bo duo to tho fact
(lint tho supply of black ink was ex
hausted. As a matter of fact, it Is
duo to tho fact that St. Patrick's day
Is with us again. It Is all tho tribute
a bUBy nation can pay to a pooplo
who havo dono grout things In its up-
ARE WE STILL 8AVAQE87
"For years," says tho Jndlanapolls
Nowb, "tho nttondanco of tho students
at tho morning services In tho chapel
of Michigan agricultural collogo has
boon notoriously scanty. Reqontly
somo practical jokor put up posters on
tho campus, announcing that Jack
Johnson would glvo a talk in tho
chapol at tho regular hour for assem
bly Borvlcos. As a result tho chapol
was jammed to tho raft'ors. Rut Jack
waB far away."
About ovory so ofton wo flgurallvoly
pat ourselves onlliaJ)ack and wondoxJ
at tho wondorful progress wo havo
mado slnco our nncostorH claimed the
troos as a habitation and sustained
life with a liberal allowance of herbs
nnd roots. And it doos look as though
wo had como a long way, but when in
tho centers of learning, where of all
places ono should find conditions
farthost rbmovod from Uiobo of sav
agery, wo find that tho kind of human
specimen who can dollver a chnpel
dlBcourso which will bo attonded y
an Individual whoso only claim to coin
potency for giving a chapol talk Is the
fact that ho has been nblo to pound
Into Insonslblllty ovory opponont
which has bo far faced lilm. It may
bo that tho Bocrot of securing a largo
chapol attendance has at last been dis
covered, but at what a cost of pride
lit 'our oft-declaimed progress. Reflec
tion on tho, opiBodo. is not altogether
plonslng, but maybo wo aro partially
savages still and there is advanco
yot to bo mado. Dally Iowan.
Gcscllochaft Meets Friday.
Tho aocmanlBtlscho GoBollschaft
will moot Friday afternoon at 1:30 at
tho banquet room In tho basement of
tho Toniplo. A good program has
boon arranged by MIbs Reed, chair
man of tho program committee. It
NO' MORE TREATS.
Wisconsin Students Sign Petitions to
. This Effect.
Antl-trcating na a preventive and a
sano practlco will bo In voguo after
Friday morning, according to tho num
bor of signatures on petitions that aro
bolng circulated this week.
This action is the result of a con
foronco of representatives from sev
oral prominent student organizations
in tho university held last week. It
was docldod to bogin tho campaign nt
onco nnd tho following resolution was
formulated and started Monday" on its
rounds among tho students:
"No student shall buy for, or accept
from another student, Intoxicating
liquors In tho city of Madison.
"Tins resolution "sTiall bo In offect
on and after Friday, March 11, 1910.
"Wo, tho undersigned, ngreo to do
all In our power lo do away with the
trating practice and put into .actual
operation tho abovo regulation."
Moro than BOO names woro Blgned
to tho resolution Monday and yester
day. No student to whom It waB pre
sented hesitated to afllx his signature
and it Is believed that practically all
the mon In tho university will Join In
tho movomont. "Sure, I will bo glad
to Blgn It," said ono student, "becauso
It will be a great saving In expenses."
"I bollovo thoro will bo no troublo
In persuading tho students to conform
to tho regulation," said one of tho men
Instrumental In beginning tho move
ment yosterday. "I bellevo that It
will regulato Intoxication among the
students, and nlso keep them from
spending so much monoy.
"The same regulation is In forco In
sovafol colleges, Michigan being ono
of tho most prominent to adopt It.
Tho resolution was circulated there
last year, and It Is said that tho plan
has boon BuccesBful. Wo did not fol
low Michigan's oxamplo by any means,
as wo did not know thnt such a rulo
was In effect thoro until after we de
cided to broach it In thin university."
With that high arch and
cuban heel. Two ties and
buttons. Pumps that's it,
those plain toe $5.00 lasts.
$3.50.. Dollar Off Budd. 45 Q St.
.building, On Jho supremo bench, in
municipal, Btnto and national affairs,
in prlvato enterprises, In American
lilBtory, overywhoro you will And tho
Tho school of journalism scorns to
havo como to stay. Colleges aro adopt
ing it ovorywhoro and thoso which
adopted it ilrst aro bringing It to a
stato of perfection. Tho main justi
fication for a school of journalism Is
tho fact that there is a dally Increas
ing demand fOr journalistic training.
But of all tho unique features In
connection with tho work a laboratory,
.recently Installed at Wisconsin In con
nection with tho school of Journalism,
Js a winner. It Is equipped with sovon
standard typewriters with dosRs, on
which tho students aro required to
writo their Btories,
7 !.To furnish models for their work,
"aovoral thousands of woll ' written
news stories of all types have boon
mounted and classified In a largo fil
ing case. Magazlno and special foaturo
articles taken from newspapers and
periodicals havo also been provided to
furnish Btudents good examples of this
kind of material.
Files of tho Now York papers, tho
Mllwaukeo and other Wisconsin
dallies and representative weeklies of
'tho stato, aro preserved for dally refor
once andjisq by tho students In nows
Reforonco books, descriptive matter
and illustrations of typo-sotting and
type-casting machines, printing
presaeB and stereotyping outfits also
form a part of tho laboratory equip
ment. A "morgue," with obituaries, cuts,
and materlces. of woll known peoplo
psbowsntho student .how much matter
,can bo, preserved for ubo 'on short
notice. , . ;
as F -t
Wpver seventy-five students havo en
rolled in tho six coursos offered in
will consist of a reading by Miss
Lulcknrt, two numbors by tho quartet,
consisting of Miss' Hoppnor, Miss
Koko, Mr. Kruegor and Mr. Nussbaum,
ana conversation In German and Gor
man songs. A short business meet
ing will nlso bo held to hear tho re
port on tho constitution by tho com
mlttco appointed to draft ouo. A good
tlmo 1b assured, and overy ono should
HURRAH FQR QOLONEL BILLS.
Contributes Fifteen Dollars to Jack
Best Fund When He Hears that
Much Is Lacking.
Tho Dally Nebraskan yesterday re
ceived a letter from Colonel C. J.
Bills of Lincoln saying thnt ho had
boen waiting till tho final pull to do
his Bharo in sending Jack Best to .Eng
land. When ho saw tho 'amount had
reached $335, ho immediately wroto
put his check: for ?15, which Tiinkes
tho total $350. This absolutely assures
tho trip. Colonpl 13111b advlsod tho No
brnBkan to contlnuo to tako subscrip
tions, so as to make tho trip "not
only a good ono, but n hotter one."
Colonel Dills has always shown a
great interest In tho Unlyorslty of Ne
braska, and ospoclally la our athletic
success. Wo thank him for his contribution.
Boxing has boon a recognized uni
versity activity in all tho larger east
ern universities. Also coaches aro em
ployed to glvo lessons in wrestling In
many cases. From tho Cornell Dally
Sun It Is learned ' that an extended
Borles of boxing contests will bo held
next April between Columbia and Yale,
and that offorts aro bolng mado
to organize an intercollegiate' boxing
Economics classos at. .Dartmouth
aro. required to subscribe to Now
York dally papery this' year Instead
of purchasing text-books. ' ,
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17, Thursday, 8 p. m., Armory Bas
ketball. Inter-class final gamo.
17, Thursday Musical program. Con
18, Friday, B p. m. Special convoca
tion. Prof. Wv L. Stophens, super
intendent Lincoln schools.
19, Friday End of rnld-soraester ex
aminations. 19, Saturday, 8 p. m., Temple Theater
' Chicago Glee Club.
19, Friday, 8 p. m. Gy exhibition.
22, Tuesday Phi Beta Kappa Day.
22, Tuesday, 11 a. m., Memorial Hall
. Junlor-freahman debate.
22, Tuesday, 8 p. m Music Hall of
Tomplo Democratic Club meets.
22, Tuesday, 10 a. m Memorial Hall
Junior-freshman debate. "Fif
22, Tuesday, 7:30 p, ra., Memorial
Hall Sophomore rally.
23, "Wednesday, 6 p. ra. Spring vaca
23, "Wednesday, 7 p. m, Glee Club
25,, Friday, 5 p. m. Convocation.
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