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THE DAILY NEBRASfCAN
The Ddily Nebraskan
TUB PROPERTY OP
THE 4INIVHRS1TY OP NEBRASKA,
(1 Lincoln, Nobraaka.
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION DOARP
Cdltor K. P. Frederick
Managing Editor Carl J. Lord
Associate Editor T. M. Edgecombe
Associate Editor R. D. Hawley
Manager O. C. Klddoo
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910.
Tho flntt of tho unlvprulty annuals
wjib "out" yoatordny. Tho ForcHt
Club htiB aafoly weathered thd tribu
lations attendant upon producing
tholr Becond volume, TIioho aro by
no moans light. What with outlining
tho. book, rtiBtllug in copy from por
aoiiB who dodgo into doorways and
around cornors, compiling u hopoloHs
Jumblo of copy written in nil conceiv
able forms of handwriting and on
threo or four sides of tho same shoot
of paper, waiting for cuts, hogging
the printer to got the first proof off,
proof roading, printing, binding (Just
about this timo you 11 nd a pngd or
two out of place which throatens to
arouse hostilities and wreck tho en
terprise) to Bay nothing of tho
charming tnsk of financing tho propo
sition it 1b enough to cauBo a gray
lock or two In tho verdant hoad cov
ering of any nmbltlous collection of
university talont and enterprise.
Our Forum standB empty. No longer
do Its columns ring with woll voiced
expression of opinion. No longer does
the student fool that there Is any
wrong on tho campiiB worth righting.
At least so It seems. Perhaps tho
weather has caused all tho Ideas to
Boften and trlcklo down on tho campiiB
like the gontlo April showers ol long
Tho Yale' News prints a commond
ablo editorial on tho relation botweon
communications and tho newspapers
"A great journalistic maxim, accord
ing to Mr. OhoBterton, Is that It an
editor can only mako his readers
angry enough they will wrlto half his
newspaper for him for nothing. Now,
although goading Its readers to fury
Is not primarily a function of tho
News, yet acting as it medium for
communication and reflections of sen
timents by Its readers most emphats
Ically Is. Tho destructive critic, beat
ing tho ulr with protestations and
complaints against this or tho othor
particular sea of troubles, full of
spleen and fury, Is common enough,
but, somewhat oddly, tho number of
constructive critics, observant of
faults and resourceful of corrective
suggestions, who are willing to give
the community tho boneflt of tholr
observations and the considerations
at their remedies, usually hovers
about the vanishing point.
"Tho viewpoint of tho latter, when
th,e, vjows aro prompted by sorlous
Interest and thought, are not only
valuable for their clarifying effect,
hut haVetho additional weight of rep
resenting aspects of situations often
hidden from tho officials in chnrgo.
For tho testing of public opinion by
tho publishing of whalovor vlows the
host heads of tho community enter
tain about current topics has a tonic
lnfluonco of vory real valuo. If the
guarded slbilatlons of tho man who
takes his recreation by criticising
woro converted Into healthy public
dlBcuBslon of present problems and
tholr solution, tho gap that divides
tho usolcss from tho useful would bo
offectlvoly and sorvlcoahly bridged."
Mr. 8llbor at Convocation.
Mr. Sllbor will play tho following
selections on Thursday, April 28th, in
tho Temple, at convocation:
Proludo In C Sharp Minor
Tho Lark GUnka-Dalawlreff
Arabosquo (Pas trop Facllo (Op.
45 Nol) LoBChetlzky
(First tlmo In Lincoln)
VoIcob of tho Woods, Op. 78 No. 4
A Y. W. C. A. Conference.
The cabinet conference of tho Y. W.
C A. already mentioned, will occur
Saturday. Tho BcaslonB nro as fol
10:15-10:45, Bible hour, In charge of
MIbs Wilson of Omaha. Vocal solo by
10:45-11:45,' Cascado hour, In
charge of MIbb Ethel McAfee of Uni
11:45-12:00, greotlngs from tho na
tlonnl board, in chnrgo of MIbb Stella
12:00-1:30, dinner at city Y. W.
1:30-2:30, commltteo conferences.
2:30-3:00, Blblo hour, in chnrgo or
MIbb "Wllcon. Solcctlon, Wcfiloynn
3:00-4:00. address by MIbb Stella
PROOF ALL IN.
Blue Print Ready for Pressmen.
Complete proof of tho Blue Print
was In the hands of the editors last
with business, why not, me
$4.00 and $5.00 shoes at
system; short profit now
the end of the season.
night and the sections aro boing re
turned rapidly to tho printers, whoro
they aro bolng run off. This meniib
that tho book will bo out soonor than
was at first anticipated. Tho fact thnt
out-of-town prosBmcn havo boon so
cured and In somo Instances tho strik
ers havo returned to work makes tho
rapid completion of the annual pos
sible. OUTGROWS ACCOMMODATIONS.
Vassar Trustees Fear Girls, Girls,
Vassar collego has outgrown Its
accommodations, and tho trustees at
their next mooting will bo called
upon to decide whether facilities shall
bo provided for tho taking care of iC
largor number of students, or
whether, on tho other hand, tho slzo
of tho classeB shall bo limited. Mnriy
of the trustee favor a largor school',
but others fear that If Vassar becomes
larger It will loso Its.chorlshod repu
tation for culture and refinement.
HIGH SCHOOL8 OF THE STATE.
A track moot was hold botweon Lin
coln and York, high schoolB on" tho
York grounds last Friday aftorjnoon.
It was quite windy, and wont hard
vith tho contestants In somo of the
events. It was close throughout, tho
final scoro bonlg G5 to -57 In favor o .
York. A keen rivalry botweon tins
two teanjs Is oxpected in tho coming
stato meet at Lincoln.
Last Friday evening was hold at tlu
High School building tho sophomore
doclamatory contest. Earl Warner
won first placo with an oratorical
number. This is tho last Qf tho class
contests this year. The system of
class contests Is for 5 tho purpose of
arousing Interest In that kind of work.
The efforts on that lino havo been re
warded' so far by tho representative
of York winning a gold medal at the
district contest held In Hastings,
"A STERN-FAGED PEDDLEQOG."
Gives Bombay Examples of Babu Writ
A Bombay magazine, Indian Educa
tion, gives Homo fresh specimens of
Babu EngltBh. Of one schoolmaster
a pupil wrote this description: "He
was a stern-faced peddlegog." An
other writer says that a certain of
ficial, "a nice majestic gentleman, In
habits a most pompous bungalow."
An eBBay on "The town In which I
live" closes: "And we bowholed tho
hole phormament of heavens and
stars and tho School sticking reflected
upsldo down In the pond orrected by
our worthy Collector."
Nino athletes of Brawn havo been
suspended from all participation in
college nthloticB for tho rest of the
year. They woro charged with violat
ing a rule prohibiting the use of the
word "Brown" In any exhibition with
out the consent of the athletic board.
Tho St. Louis alumni of Missouri
University aro advocating a direct
tax of threo cents on tho $100 to
aid tho Btrlngont flnanclnl conditions
of tho university, which hns been
greatly handicapped for a lack of suf
ficient legislative appropriations.
6eography Field Trip.
Tho women .In Hold geography 10
aro to mako tho Platto trip on Friday
and Saturday of this week. All mem
bers of tho cIhbb should sco Prof. Q.
E. Condra boforo noon Thursday. Tho
class will moet In U7 at li p. m. today.
A meeting of the Engineering Soci
ety will be held this evening In M. E.
200. Denn Richards will give an Illus
trated lecture on "Power Transmis
sion." O. L. OLSON,
and not at
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UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
27, Tuosday, baseball, Highland Park,
( vs. Nobraska, athletic field.
27, Wednesday, M. E. 20G Engineer
ing Society meets.
27, Wednesday, 6:60 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.
6-7, Friday and Saturday High School
4, Wednesday, G:50 to .7:30 Y. M. C.
A. meeting-, in charge,, of seniors.
10, Tuesday. Convocation. Annual
11, Wednesday Ivy Day. All classes
14, Saturday Dual track moet-Ne-
15, Saturday Dual track meet Nebraska-Kansas,
16-17, Monday and Tuesday, Temple
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
17, Tuesday Convocation. Annual
18, Wednesday, 6: 50 to 7;30 Y. M. C,
A. "The, Tendency in Athletics."
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