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THE .DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
THE PROPBUTX OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
' Lincoln, N,ebraka.
PubllKhcd by .r,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor K. P. Frederick
Managing Editor .....Carl J. Lord
.Associate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Associate Editor R. D. Hawley
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SATURDAY. APRIL 10, 1010.
With t,hat dainty uncertainty char
acteristic of tho fomlnino coy, Mother
Naturo rovcnled horsolt In a flurry of
snow yoBtorday. SnowBhoos should
"bo provided for tho athletes on Ivy
Tho onthueiaBm being dlsplayod rel
ative 'to football, bids fair to glvo Ne
braska a glorious team. Not to repeat
hat choice bit of wisdom about the
bird and tho worm, tho only way to
lQ 1b to grab early and hang on.
ME88 V8. FOOD.
Tho university farm cadets, will go
Into encampment April 19. ABldo
fom tho fact that this will probably
bring tho long needod rain, tho cadets
will lpad tho llfo of tho soldier boy In
ovory particular. If it Is carried out
after tho fashion of tho annual en
campment of tho first battalion, tho
impression of a roal camp in war
tlmo will bo vory vivid In somo re
spects, Improvements, thoy say, aro to be
mado ovor tho customary "moss." We
recommend thlB feature. Tho word
''meBB1 Is -peculiarly applicable to tho
form of provonder usually Imposed
upon tho victims of a cadot encamp
ment. Thero may bo, and probably
aro, oxtenuatlng clrcumBtancoB, such
as inability to secure bottor food for
a large body of men, or too great ex
pense. But, whllo drill may bo a nec
essary part of tho education of every
student, whllo oxporlenco In camp life
may bo of (ho highest worth In the
building up of a great body of trained
volunteers at tho call of tho Union,
w,o do not bellove that bad food, poor
Ivcoqked food, or insufficient food is
In any y(ay necessary or beneficial.
Tba such epithets aro mild when ap
plied o some (wo do not say all) of
tho dainty delicacies provided for past
encampments is unquestioned. While
cadets aro standing guard In tho rain,
alooplng'on strain, drilling hard In the
free air, they should bo fed and well,
Jed, No rovlsed and extended editions
of the first day's meal should bo per
mitted to constltuto tho trl-dally
-jnoniL lor-ft, woek.
- ' . "8ARTOR RE8ARTU8." -CWith
apologies to Carlylo.)
"Nplsy- footwear, classy lids, weepy
ties," and all tho other slangy expres
sions used to designate tho college
man's clothes aro only another Indica
tion of1 tho progressive tendency of
- tho modern university. That this ten
endy Jn tho matter of dress does sep
I arato tho college man from his fellow
tflrest'ptres Is 'commented on In the
."sllvbruGold" as follows:
"The advertising agent of a prom-
lnent local clothing firm Is now paying
o-hlgh- compliment to-collega men. that
they ought to heartily appreciate. Ho
lnforniB tho public by means-of stroot
car posters that ho hna Jn his om
porlum a largo stock of excollbnt suits
"Conservative and University Models!
"Of course, In thta day, tho coimorv
atlvo models appeal to nono except a
few superannuated mummies whoso
patronage Is scarcely worth seeking,
and tho advertiser's problem, there
fore, was to toll In a brief way Just
what other kinds of clothes might bo
procured from him. What an Interest
ing and siiggestlvo phrase did ho hit
"How dull and commonplace would
havo been any other word or phrase
that ho might havo substituted for
unlvorslty'l Had ho written 'radical,'
his advertisement would havo read
like tho report of a debate In parlia
ment. It would havo been Impardon
ably clumsy and meaningless to uso
any such expression ns 'the latest
spring patterns,' whllo ho would havo
reached tho height of folly had ho
adopted tho adjectlvo 'oxtromo.' Tho
most oxtravagantly garbed beau of tho
town will not admit that hlB ralmont
Is at all 'oxtromo.' So tho wily mer
chant honored us all by making 'uni
versity' tho opposite of 'conservative'!
"All truo college men will rlso up
and call you blessod, Mr. Clothier. For
somo tlmo tboy havo been peeved be
cause tho 'co-od' has been attracting
so much nttention in tho world of
fashion. Her frocks, her jackets, hor
rats, puffs, and curls, havo been fol
lowed as models, and her attlro has
been described In detail, while tho ob
scure malo student has boon dis
missed with tho remark that ho was
'dressed In tho conventional black' or
something equally cruol. But now, the
word 'conventional' Is as far removed
from him as tho east Is from tho weBt,
and ho Is a creator of stylos. A 'De
partment of FashlonB' will soon bo an
Important part of every 'college, ano
what this department decrees to men
shall bo law unto them oven as tho
mandates of Paris aro law unto' wo
men." JUDGE DEBATES.'"
Three District Championships Wero
A number of university professors
are out of tho city today, a majority
of them acting as judges at various
debates over tho stato on Friday
night. Professor Fogg acted as Judge
In tho Peru-Kearney state normal
'school debate at Kearney. At the
Koarney-Peru debate at Peru Mr. Al
bert Watklns officiated as ono of the
judges. Both debates wero oil the
Income tax question, the question
which was used by tho Western In
TeTcolleglato Debating" League thls
wlnter. In tho high school championship do
bating league thero wero three dis
trict championship debates. Prof. G.
A. Stephens acted as a judge at tho
Geneva-Sutton debato at Geneva In
tho central district. At the Ashland
Seward debate at Ashland, Supt. W.
L. Stephens was a judgo. In the
southern district Professor Maxey of
ficiated In tho Hastings-Hebron de
bate at Hastings.
At tho Blalr-Plattsmouth debato
Prof. E. B. Conant, Prof. C. A. Rob
bins and Mr. A. E. Sheldon acted as
Judges. This Is tho semi-finals In this
scries, Plattsmouth having won previ
ously from Fremont nnd Blair from
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tho regular praise servlco of tho Y.
W. C. A. for this next week will oc
cur Monday noon. There will bo a
piano solo by Lucllo Ellis, a vocal
number by Irma Sadllek and a' violin
solo by Rurlo Lltell.
Dr. Donton, pastor of tho East Lin
coln BaptlBt church, sroko at the Fri
day noon meeting in placo of Dr. Har
mon, as announced. Thero was a
good attendance out to hear him.
Tho dato of tho largo cabinet meet
ing has been changed from Saturday
afternoon to Thursday April 21st. All
oIbo will bo as announced, with the
exception of supper, which will bo
served at 6:15.
Miss Tressa Johnson, '10, received
notification yesterday that she bias
been elected to the position of assist
ant In tho South Sioux high- school.
This afternoon tho finance commit
teo of tho Y. M. C. A. will moot the
Y. M. C. A. cabinet In tho first of tho
championship series of Y. M. C. A.
baseball games. Tho game will be
played at 19th and Vino streets.
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Ing your clothes up-to-dato.
MARGARET M. FRICKE
Dressmaker of Style and Economy
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
16, Saturday Y. W. C. A. Cabinet
meeting. 2314 So. 17th.
17, Sunday, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall
Baccalaureate address to agrlcul
tural school by Dean A. E. Bur
nett. 18, Monday, Temple Banquet to foot
19, Tuesday, Stato Farm Cadet en
19, Tuesday Democratic Club meets.
MubIo Hall, Temple.
19, Tuesday Convocation and Benlor
21-22, Wednesday-Thursday, baseball.
Kansas vs. Nebraska, athletic
22, Friday "Faust" program. Univer
sity chorus and orchestra.
26, Tuesday Convocation. Mr. W. T.
27, Tuesday, baseball, Highland Park,
..vs. Nebraska, athletic field.
10, Tuesday Convocation. Annual
11, Wednesday Iyy Day. All classes
16, Saturday Dual track meet-r-Ne-braska-Kansas,
All Souls Church, Unitarian
Corner of H and 12th Streets
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
Services 11 a. m. - Sunday School 10 a. m
All students arc cordially Invited to attend its services
Sunday, April 17, Sermon Subject: "Men of Leadership"."
Social Ethics Class 12:15. Prof. L. E. Aylesworth, Leader,
The Student's Liberal Religpus Union meets in the flusic
Room of the Temple at 4 p m. Sunday. All students invit
ed. Executive Committee Miss Lois Fossicr, Miss Mary
Wheeler, and Robert Ashby.
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