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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 0, 11)10.
This Issue Edited by
Editor.... FAYE M. HARTLEY
THOUGHTS OF 8PRINQ.
A college courso Jb JUBt iib npt to
bo Injurious in tho long run iib it Ib to
bo bonollclal. BrowHlng nmong dry
nnd dusty tomoB, year in und yeilr out,
tho faithful, coiiBclentiouB Btiulent bo
comoH hlniBolf dry and niiBty, losing
all tho youthful zcBt or life thnt
should bo his, loBlng tho power to
minglo nmong mon as a man, to learn
men's naturos and to influence thorn.
Once out of tho shady academic groves
tho glaring light of common day daz
zles him and makes hjnwuUmjw and
misanthropic. If ho has studied law
ho may achieve Balvatlon through be
ing u corporation lawyer, or if
ho is a doctor ho may still
retain tho porsunslvo powers nood
ed to convlnco the rich man's
wife that Bhc is sick. But ir he has
only taken a "brond" courso, a "cul
turo" course, sad Ib his lot. Ho may
oltlior return to his learned wood-lot
and become a professor, or ho may re
pair to Now York and secure, a life
membership in tho bread line. Tho
latter fato is proforablo. How can
theso professors sit In tholr chairs
and drono along, In that porfoctly con
tontod way, about tho whlchness of
what, and why tho wicked man Is the
only truly good ono and why Arlstptlo
said "the'roforo" when ho ought to
havo said "also"? Don't thoy know
thnt two hours of actual contact with
real life is worth twenty years of find
out Ks'-whyfores In tho writings of old
Nono, of theso remarks protend to
have any relation to actual truth. Thoy
simply express the opinions that the
average student prizes dearor than life
for about six weoks In tho year tho
last part of the last half of his second
Ono of the university alumni re
marked, recontly, that the English de
partment ought to be especially Inter
ested in tho attempt which is now be
ing made by tho student body to attain
a higher standard of honor in college
work. In tho literary- world,, plagar
Ism is a capital crime, it Is the one
unpardonable sin. A writer who Is
detected practicing it is completely dis
graced, and forfeits all claim to public
consideration, This one forgery makes
people look dskhnco at his most orlg-
- Mrs. Silence
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Innl productions, and his enroor 1b
Tlio BcriouHiiGBH of the offenHo does
not Boom clear to all college Btudents.
It 1b genornlly considered u far lighter
Bin than any other hind of stealing,
and indeed 1b often only laughed at.
When now and thon a college faculty
oxpolB a 8tudont who lias flagrantly
plagarl.od, tho matter aBBumes tem
porary Importance, but tho lesson is
soon forgotten, in moBt caBes uio
whole affair Ib lutBhod up as soon aB
One rather peculiar caso here in tho
unlverBlty was that of a divinity stu
dent who dopartod some yonra ngo.
Ho had rogiBtored for tho course in
vorae composition, but found that he
could not do ' tho required work. So
ho uHod to glean vorsos from varlouB
ohscuro poriodlcalB and calmly read
thunt as IiIb own.
A formor render In- the' rhetoric de
partment recalls with great gleo one
of hor exporloncoH. A vory Irate fresh
man rushed Into tho oillco one day.
Crying, "Do you boo that?" he throw
down before her a theme docorntod
with a large bluo "FY She admitted
that aho Baw it plainly, whereupon he
drew himself up as though preparing
to light for the family honor, and said
dollantly. ".My rather wrote that
Something must of course be al-
J IN GREYS, BLACK
BAND FEDORAS AND
lowed to Ignorance of the ruleB of the
gamo. Thoro aro Btudents who havo
to he told In so many words thnt It is
dishonest to steal another man's plot,
or 8ituatipns1 or arguments. Thoy fall
to soo tho dlfforonco between mate
rial that Mfo preBonts to thorn, Indi
vidually, and mnterial that someone
else hns found and has worked up into
Bhape. Some of them will oven try
to argue on tho subject. If they aro
sincoro, however, the very fact of
tholr native honesty makes it possible
for thorn to undorstnnd the point
when it is explained to them.
Ignorance, or what lscalled "green
noBS,'r is, however, the only possible
excuso for plngnriBm. Nervous excite
ment, tho power of an unexpected
temptation, hereditary kleptomania,, or
the other common excuses for cheating
and stealing, -will not answer for this.
It roqulres both premeditation and in
tention, to commit this act.
LINES FROM "RUBAIYAT OF A
I when a freshman did full oft fre
quont Tho library, on sweet lovo's errand
Saw my Delight, raado dates, and
Wna thrust forth from tho door
whoroln I wont
Tho flunk no question makes of Claud
or Rose, '
But joyously to each or either goes.
Boforo exams we think wo havo tho
But ask the registrar ho knows
he knowB. " '
SAM R. BUCK.
The University Dinner Club.
Tho noxt meeting of the University
Dinner Club will be hoh;l at tho Lin
coln hotel on Tuesday evenings April
;2, nt Gv.30,-to which the ladles aro Invited-.
Members are requested to no
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should they not be able to be present.
A. E. DAVISSON,
THE CALL OF THE MOUNTAINS.
'TIs tho voice of the Mountains
Tho pine-scented breath of tho .Moun-
Brenthing o'er forests unbroken.
Rippling" the hake's limpid waterB,
And whispering low thru the fir-trees.
It wanders far over the foreHts
Far over tho yellowing meadows,
Into tho dust of the City,
Bearing its Bweet scent of wild things.
Mon lift their heads as if startled
Breatho tho cool odors In wonder,
Amid the dank smoke of tho fact'rles
(Had aro tho oyes and tho voices.
Huah. T1b tho call of the mountains,
Tolling of lnflnito calmness,
Whisp'rlng of dolls In tho forests,
Or brooks rippling low through, the
Of lakes that aro cool nnd inviting,
Of rest, in the shade of the plno trees.
Singing of dew-Btudded mornings.
Of evenings radiant, tender
Calling tho Mon of tho City
Back to tho Homo of their Mother.
Hush. 'Tls Uio voice of tho mountains.
SAM! R. BUCK.
More? 14,5 o St.
Out on a grassy plain,
Whore tho wild flower lifts its head,
Where tho western sky glows red,
She waits-for mor
When spring comes, love, again,
While evonlng shadows fall.
And twilight covers all,
I'll come to thee.
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