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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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letlna will bladly bo publlnhod freo.
year. Not mnny yours hgo ho won
his letters in Bix Six collegca, nnd
woro them with nil tho gunto of tho
veteran. Uut that wna done nwny
with nnd wlBOly, too, wo hellovo. Also
now Oborlln has taken another stop In
tho Bamo direction. Tim inomhorH of
all succeeding freshmen cIuhhos will
ho denied tho right to roprcfipnfc tho
college In lntcr-colleglnto debates or
oratory and In tho varsity gleo club.
Tho faculty of that Institution hnB de-
cldqd that It Is best for tho welfare of
tho youngoBt mombors of tho commu
nity that no outaldo attractions may
enter to rob them of their tlmo and
lrovont a proper commencement of
their collcgo course.
Since collogo life la a continuous
process of adjustment to tho conflict
Ing demands of collogo activities and
chiBB rooms wo rather bellevo tho
freshmen ennnot begin tho adjustment
too early. Ex.
voted to tills trip. On Friday tho for
mations along tho Platto from Ash
land to South Bend Woro studied, and
then an ercurslon wns made to tho
stato Tlsh hatchcrlcB. On Saturday the
party walked to Louisville and studied
In and around the largo quarrlos there
Tho National stone quarry, which Is
tho largest In tho slnte, was found to
be very Interesting. It Ib located
ilbout three miles from Louisville.
Friday night tho party pitched tents
and camped at South bend, about fifty
foot from tho Plnttc. Tho excursion
was found to bo very IntorcBtlng and
All University Students Will be Welcome at trie
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PROFE880R FRENCH RE8IGNS.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2(1, 1910.
Wo Btlll maintain that If thoro Is
any vnrloty of tho ugly, dirty variety
wandering about It wll lalways fall
afoul of n cadot encampment. Tho
myatorlOB of Naturo aomotlmoa pasa
. ail attempts at undemanding.
Wo announced last Saturday that
tho Cotnor Collegians were "to bo vic
tims today." Our meal failed to ma
terialize Ilenco tho keen appotlto
with which wo look forward to the
feast on Highland Park Wednesday.
Not (i sound was to bo hoard but
tho muffled troad of feet on the pave
ment. Not a cheer, not a laugh. It
was tho roturn of tho PorBhlngs. That
Wilt Accept Chair In Colgate Unl-
Tho resignation of Professor F. 0.
French, professor of philosophy, was
made public last evening. Professor
FroncinfiiB accepted .a position as pro
fessor of philosophy at Colgato Unl
verBlty, In Hamilton, Npw York. Pro
fesBor French Ib well known to tho
university public and his dejmrturo
will bo regretted by tho student body.
McCOOK CLUB ORGANIZED.
Chorus to Be Augmented for May
A May festival Is to bo a feature
of tho coming month. Tho Mlnnc
apollc Symphony Orchostra will give
tho festival on May 10 and 17. Tho
directors of tho orchestra Ib desirous
that there bo a largo university chorus
in connection. Consequently the cho
rus will bo augmented and will sing
In tho operatic program. Mrs. Ray
mond has requested that all good blng
ors In tho university should apply for
places In this special chorus. As a
number of women are expected to ap
ply, malo voices -will In all probabil
ity bo In demand, although that part
of tho present chorus Is excellent. The
chorus will rehearse on Tuesday and
Wodnosday. Tho ladlos will rehearse
on Thursday and tho men on Friday.
Tho practicing will bo conducted In
tho Tcmplo at 5 p. m.
TEMPLE - TONIGHT
Under the cAuspiccs of the Y. cTVI. and Y. W. C. cA
Dr. Candra will deliver a lecture illustrated with
views of mountain scenery in and around Cascade.
Genuine CALABACII PIPES and the New English COLLEGE PIPES
AT ED YOUNG'S
ALVAVAYS THE HEADQUARTERS
Fourteen Students Met With Miss Jes
sie Pope Saturday Night.
Another club hnB been addod to tho
llBt of university organization. Tho
students of tho university who claim
McOook as their home met at tho
homo of MIsb JcbsIo Pope, 1425 Q
street, Saturday night nnd formed a
'I'lin iln li linn rtni-rnntt MftM . n .. rirl. .!. ..
"' - "D i""1 1- uimiii-i ilium- l'ao university or Wisconsin anu
nors and is a very lively organization, tho University of Washington will
John E. Rico was elocted president, hold a regatta on Lake Mendota at
Ho stated that tho purposo of tho club . Madison, Wis., on the 4th of June.
Forester Gets Appointment.
Mr. L. H. Douglas, forestry '11, has
received appointment as scientific as
sistant In tho Burvey of .forest condi
tions In Ohio. Mr. Douglns will leave
to take up his work as soon as school
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kindliest of all cloaks, darknosB,
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That tho plow and tho binder are
mado tho more successful as agents in
farming If tho farmor has an agricul
tural education is coming to bo rea
lized moro and more by tho peoplo of
Nobraska. This fact was called to the
attention of tho university public by
thq graduation of sovonty-slx young
men and Beven young women from the
school of ngrlculturo, by far tho larg
est class over graduated from that
Mark Twain is dead. Do you re
member tho days when you would curl
up In a corner somewhere nnd road
"Huck" Finn unlll .somo one called
you to do ho chores? Do you re
member Tom Sawyer nud his multl
turo of scrapes? And "Nigger" Jim;
what delight wo took in thnt thick
skulled out faithful member of the
trio, Art tho wealth, splendor and tra
dition of the old Mississippi wns thero.
Do you remember tho trip across the
Sahara In tho airship? After all this
camo tho wealth of humor In the Yan
kee In King Arthur's court, the Prince
nnd tho Pauper and many others.
Mark Twain chose to Improve tho
world through humor, through wit. Ho
reached many a heart through his
sharp humor that , would never have
been touched by pages of tho finest
logic of tho keenest criticism. Those
whom ho guided through romantic
paths with tho most delightful humor,
yot the greatest truth will novor for
got his name. It Is with the slncercst
regret, with almost Intlmnto- sorrow,
that wo fool tho Import of the words,
"Mark Twain Is dead."
was to bring tho McCook peoplo closer
together In their university work and
to keep thorn from forgetting tholr
After tho business of tho evening
lind been transacted dainty refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
Tho houso had been tastily decorated
for tho occasion and everything pos
sible was dono to make tho evening n
pleasant ono for the guests.
May Party Scheduled for Friday.
Tho Union Literary Society was
favored with a very flno program at fts
regular meeting las Friday night. The
society is indebted to those on the
program who aro not mombors, and
their kindness is very much appreci
ated. The program was as follows:
Piano Solo ... .Miss Dorothy Fogelson
Reading Miss Wn'rton
Piano Solo Miss 01108'
Paper Mr. L. C. Anglo
Vocal Solo Miss Blanche Buehlor
Ilendlng Mr. Martin Bates
Violin Solo Marlon Frush
Thero Is an "old fashioned" May
party scheduled for next Friday night
with tho usual "May Polo Dance,"
"May baskets" "un so r.oldor." It Is
to bo an open meeting and everyono
is invited, and is expected to bring a
"home-made" May basket. This is for
tho girls aa well as the boys. These
baBkots nor the decorations need not
bo, very costly so that none need stay
awny becauso of tho expense.
Forest Club Meets Tonight.
Tho Forest Club will hold Its regu
lar mooting tonight In room 2 of No
braska hall. Professor Stout will de
liver a lecture on "Tho Duty of
Water." All are urged to be present.
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GO TO PLATTE RIVER.
THE FRE8HMANS LOT.
Tho poor freshman finds the walls
of lls nursery growing tighter every
Geology Excursion Makes Camping'
Tho class In' Hold goology, accom
panied by Professor Bengtson, mado
an excursion to the Platto river coun
try. There wero seventeen In tho
party. Friday and Saturday -were do-
27, Tuesday, baseball, Highland Park,
vs. Nebraska, athletic field.
27, Wednesday, C:50 to 7:30 Y. M. C.
A. Rev. S. Z. Batten.
29, Friday, 5 p. m Memorial Hall
University band concert.
.30, Saturday, 8 p. m Temple Agrl-
? cultural Club.
G-7, Friday and Saturday High School
4, Wednesday, G:B0 to 7:30 Y. M. C.
A, meeting, in charge of seniors.
10, Tuesday Convocation. .Annual
11, Wednesday Ivy Day. All classes
ID, Saturday Dual track meet No--
braska-KansaB, at Lawrence.
17, Tuesday Convocation. Annual
18, Wednesday, 0:50 to 7:30 Y. M. C.
A. "Tho Tendency In Athletics."
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