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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
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T1IE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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TUESDAY. APRIL ". 11(10.
Nobranka won first place in the
largest athletic content of Ifs kind In
(ho middle wok). Remove your ImtB,
gentlemen. It Ih only hellttlng on Hiich
an oeeaBlon that hoiiio tribute bo paid
to a team which, through hard work,
porBovoronee and natural Nebraska
ability wIiih great honor for all of uh.
Mctaphorleally then, lot uh hang a
wreath on the bed poHt of (wreaths
aro uncomfortable to wear and not
BtyliBh) each conquering hero of that
team where ho nuij look at It ere he
retires at night- where l be Mrst rnys
of the Bun may bring it to IiIb eyes
in the morning. Then let uh hung up
a sign "on. more worlds to conquer."
OxfOVflS 2 SO Metal Ankle StraP' also Suede8
V'VI Vl U 4fcBW Greys, Browns, Etc.
GOLLEGE MEN IN DEMAND.
It was Horace Greeley, the famous
- - -Now Yor lr ofl 1 1 or "oTTo r nfoTiTay sT who
referred to collego graduates as
"horned cattle" and declaimed agaliiBt
them.. .More recently one Richard T.
Crane of Chicago has expressed him
self Btrongly as not recognizing the
need of higher education. The opin
ions on this matter 'held by these" two
men nroriiot very generally sustained.
President Junius of the University of
Illinois stales that the demand made
upon his Institution for college-trained
men has been far In excess of the sup
ply sinco courses In husliuiBs adminis
tration were established several years
ago. These courses aim to provide a
liberal education, with training, in
some special business field. Those
who take tho cmirsotiVuntor mercan
tile houses, Insurauco concerns, rail
way ofllces, etc. About eighty now
have had thte kind of speclnl training
from the Illinois institution, and moat
. of them have good IniBluess positions
. or have gone into business for thorn
solves. lnrge buslnosa concerns -are look
ing moro and more to colleges for
men to 1111 responsible positona. Tho
men with natural business ability
who strengthens It by educational
training is thoroughly lilted for thu
best work and the most ol It. Heads i
of tlrms that aro themselves college
graduates know this, and those that
aro not aro rapidly coming to agree.
Many people are slaves to vocations
for which they are not lifted. Col
lego men often select a line of work
that will be congenial to them and
study to perfect thenfselvos in its
. details. They onter Into it with
onthusinsm and are consequently
likely to succeed. Tho University qf
Illinois has a school of architecture
, with 236 graduates to its credit. A
canvess. has revealed that 81 per cont
of tho living graduates of this depart
ment are actively engaged In the pro
fession for which they were trained.
Tho 80-cnllcd self-mndo map Ih a
witness to well-directed strong nnturnl
powers, but he 1b no argument nt nil
ngnlnsl n college education. Not only
it re iinlvei'Hlty men yenrly becoming,
moro uiiineroiiH In the higher ranks In
biiHineBB and commercial life, but
they are aeknowjedgod leaders In the
regeneration of politics. '('hrlBtlmi
ALPHA-THETA CHI WIN8.
Opening Game of Interfrat Baseball
Series a Slugging Match.
In a game replete with hard hi!
ting, poor Melding and many ho roB,
Alpha Thetn ('111 yesterday defeated
Helta Upsllon on the varHity athletic
Mel(LJ)Xa.Jieone-of IS- tol7. Thu
game was Blow and both sides made
This was the first game or the in
terfraternlty baseball series and the
following, games will bo played In
quick succession. All the games will
be played this month and the chnui
plonflhlp will bo decided before M.e
close of school.
The line-up follows :
Alpha Tbeta Chi J. Elliott. I
Hennett, c. r.; Hubendall. Keith, i
Poiirso, lib.; Evans, s. s.; Keith. Law
rence. 12b.': C E. Elliott. 11).; Lord c;
Delta Upsllon Chrlstmiih. I. 1' :
Hurr, c. r.; Weaver, Hates, r. f.; .Innus
lib.; KlepHer, Schmidt, s. s.; "'el -b,
Uh.; Minor, Mates, llarpban- il).;
(Slbson. c; Schmidt, Klepser(i.
Tho score: Jr
A. T. C r 12 ()T 1 1 18
D. II -.... 2 2 0 I 1 r 17
Umpires, Metcalfe and Held.
GERMAN PLAY GREAT SUCCESS.
Portrait of Bl6marck on Exhibition In
The piny recently produced by the
(ierinnn department or the univerlHl
at the Temple theater was given at
the Lyric theater In Omaha Friday
night. The cast played to a well
Mlled house, although the number
Patent, Button, 4
Lace, 3 Button, Gun
preBont was decreased considerably
owing to tJhojQJvjiU)ic..jcjQiiieHLJield. mi
the same evening. The play received
the heartiest commendation from all
presont. The hltB of the piece were
much better received than when the
piece was staged at the Temple. This
was lira large measure due to the pre
ponderance of those who understood
German In the audience. At the close
of the performance many enthusiastic
members of the audience went to the
stago to congratulate the players.
The members of the cats did t all
return from Omaha at the same time.
A few of them are still In the metrop
olis. Ex-Regent C. .1. Ernst took a
groat donl of interest In bringing the
production to Omaha and helped
greatly in making it a success. .Mr.
Streotor, one of the cast, came from
Davenport to take part in the piny.
On Its return to the university the
cast brought a life-size copy of tho
portrait of Bismarck, painted by Leu
bach, one of the best portrait paint
ers in Germnny. It represents tho
great statesman in the uniform' of a
curralasler. The picture was pur
chased from tho proceeds of the play
and will bo the property of the depart
ment. It will be on exhibition In the
library for a weok or so. While in
Omaha tho memburs of the club v!p
ited Riverside' park to see Schiller's
monument which has been erected
Divinity Club Tonight.
Rev. T. ,M. Shlpherd will give an
address boforo tho Divinity Club In
science hall of tho Temple. Visitors
Will Give Program.
Prof. Carl Steckolborg, MJbs Alice
Howell and Mrs. Lillian Dohba Holms
will give a mimical and reading pro
gram' at tho Southwestern Nebraska
Teachers' Association at Alma, Neb.,
tomorrow evening. Governor Shnllen-
borger will open the program with an
address o'f welcome to the entertain
All Juniors and seniors who have
had their pictures taken for the Corn
huBker and have not handed in a slip
of their wrlto-up should do bo nt once.
Office Room 7 Administration bldg.
MASS MEETING IN THE
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TO GATH-
ER FOR-SiDR.YH-LINCOLN. -
BAND CONCERT AT THE LINDELL IIOTELT
Dr. Bessey, Chancellor Aylesworth,
President Lewis, Chancellor
Davidson and Others to
A big miiBS meeting of college stu
dents will be held tonight at the city
auditorium. Union College. Wcsleynn,
Cotner and Nebraska Universities
will unite In a great rally to keep Lin
coln dry. The University oi" Nebraska
cadet band will play before the speak
ing begins. The Wesleynn glee club
and quartet have been invited to Blng.
Collego yells and colora will make tho
meeting a live one. There will not bo
a single Idle moment during the even
ing. Fraternity men are arranging to
attend and may have aectlonB resorved
on the main Moor or the auditorium.
Dean Bessey to Speak.
Each college of Lincoln will be rep
resented on the program by one fac
ulty member. Dean Bessey will speak
tor the university.' Chancellor Aylos
worth of Cotner will be followed by
President Lewis or Union Collego.
Chancellor Davidson of Veslynn will
be the last speaker. All of the talks
will be short and to the point The
general theme will be "Education and
1415 O St.
Athletics Don't Agree with Uooze.'
The cadet band win give a concert
in front of the Llndell hotel at 7:15.
and at 7:1 110 all university students
will go to the auditorium in a body,
headed by Dr. Condra. Dean' Liossey
and the band. Seats will be reserved
In the center or the house for Ne
braska students. ' Dr. Condra said last
night. "I hope that Nebraska spirit
will bring a good big crowd out. on
Tuesday night. Wo chn do great ser
vice to our school by simply being
presont at tho rally. It Is going to
bo a students' meeting, the students
ought to bo there."
NEVER KNOW if
you NEVER TRY
When you want to Ret OloanlnR und Pressing
done by lmnrt and not by machinery brlnif
your clothes to
JOE The Tailor
who iff also a Specialist on filtering and refitt
ing your clothes up-to-date.
MARGARET M. FRICKE
Dressmaker of-Style and Economy
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
R, Tuesday, 11:30, Memorial hall,
Junior class meets. '
13-14, Wodnosdny.-Thursday, baseball,
Nebraska vs. Kansas Aggies at Man
hattan. 15-1G, Friday-Saturday, Nebraska vs.
Kansas at Lawronco.
21-22, Wednesday-Thursday, baseball,
Kansas vs. Nebraska, athletic
27, Tuesday, baseball, Highland Park,
vst Nebraska, athletic field,
Drawn -Worjc Linen
This sale includes our new line of Dress
er and Sideboard Scarfs ranging in the
following sizes and prices
18 x 54 . 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
18 x 72 $2.00, $2.50
1 Squares. ,in Lunch Cloth and Center
Pieces, 18 in to 54 in 25c to $300
On Sale Friday and
Saturday, April 8-9
H, Her polsheimer Co.
Art and Needle Work Dept.
MRS. STEVENS. - PROP, and MGR.
Chocolates and Bon Bons
Sorority Chocolates with your
Emblem. Call and see them.
June 20 to August 12, 1910
Courses in Agriculture, Anatomy,
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tional Theory and Practice, Secohdary
Education, Normal Training, Elemon
tnry Education, English Language and
Literature, French, Geography and
Geology, German, American History,
Homo Economics, Horticulture, Latin,
Manual Training, Mathematics, Me
chanicnl Drawing, Philosophy and Psy
chology, Physical Education, Physiol
ogy, Political Science and Sociology,
Rhetoric and English Composition,
THE DIVINITY SCHOOL
gf HARVARD UNIVERSITY
RLECTIVE courses leading to the University degrees of S.T.B., A.M. and Ph.D.
Students paying the full fee may take without extra charge appropriate courses
oflered In the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and in Andover Theolog
ical Seminary. For particulars address- The Dean of Harvard Divinity School,
Cambridge, Massachucetts. ,
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Special attention to subjects re
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Teachers 21 years or over may enter
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