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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The Daily Nebraskan
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THB UNIVERSITY OP , NEBRASKA,
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TUESDAY, MAY :), lluO:
"Finish every day and lie done
with it. You hnvo douo what
you could, Home blunders and ab
surdities cropt in; forget them
as soon as you can. Tomorrow
it; a new day; you shall bogin it
avoII jmd serenely and with too
high a spirit to be incumbered
with your old nonsense." Emerson.
A number of tho other univer
sities aro ottering prizes of from
$15 to $50 for 'a university song.
Perhaps a similar inducement at
Nebraska miglit materially fnflu-
eneo tho flight of tho muso.
In u recent exchange we see a
call for foreign missionaries. In
a city daily we see that tho can
nibals have just devoured all but
the hats of the visiblo supply of
missionaries in the South Sea
islands. Here is a chance for
somo economist to got busy and
iguro out tho relation botween
supply and demand and its of
fect upon tho donations received
by missionary societies.
"Teddy" was offered the
chancellorship of Nebraska Uni
versity in 1889. Tho return of
the bo-cartooned ex-president of
tho United States from Africa
recalls this touching little inci
dent tw tho minds of thoso con
cocted with the university at that
tune. That he failed' to accopt
vc can only consider as 'his mis
fortune. .That he was tonderod
the job indicates .the ability of
the regents to pick a man of
future greatness although only
in 'lie embryo.
FLYNN VISITS DEPARTMENT.
Social Psychology Important
How to Use Knowledge.
Yesterday morning Prof. W.
Earl Flynn spent two hours at
the university in the library and
sociology oflieo. Mr. Flynn" is in
tensely intqrestc1 in tho work of
Professor Howard and Associate
Professor Eaves. Ho spoilt somo
time in looking over somo of tho
latest additions ton tho library
dealing' with probloirjs in practi
cal sociology. ITe was especially
interested' in the work of Dr.
$ The Problem
PROF. F. C. FRENCH
Prince A. Morrow and tho Amer
ican Socioty of Sanitary and
Moral Prophylaxis, the Kussoll
Sago Foundation publications and
Mr. Flynn addressed Professor
Howard's class in social psychol
ogy for fifteen or twenty min
utes. Ho believes this to be one
of the Inost important subjects
taught in the university, and de
clared that a student should not
be allowed his skeopskin with
out credit for this course, lie
gave several instances from his
practice showing tho great influ
ence of mind 'over mutter.
The importance of being able to
use ''the knowledge gained
through newspapers, books, mag
azines and lectures was empha
sized by Mr. Flynn. lie said that
a student must learn to classify
his material and his work. The
best time to plan one's work is in
the evening when ready to retiro,
the mind at that time boing most
sirsceptiblo to suggestion. A stu
dent who accepts statements with
out reasoning thorn out is not
thinking but hynotizing.
Mr. Flynn also referred to the
great need of keeping the body in
Prestley's Cravennetted . Water HUHn
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shapo and emphasized tho great
importance of the proper caro of
breathing, muscles and digestive
SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE
Morningside Indulges in It Thurs
day for First Time.
Thursday afternoon, for the
first time in the history of Morn
ingside College, the springtime
was astonished by the thud of too
and pigskin in u.footbnll workout
on Bass field. It has been planned
for some time to inaugurate a
brief spring training season for
the benefit of new players and to
familiarize the veterans with the
smell of the now rules. The balls
which bad been for some weeks
ordered arrived Thursday morn
ing and were .at once put into
FUND CROSSES $100,000 MARK
Hot Campaign to Keep Medical
College in Des Moines.
Tho $100,000 mark in the Drake
medics campaign to raise $150,000
to keep the colloge of medicine in
Des Moines was reached t 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon. It
remains for tho -college to secure
but $50,000 more to insuro tho
college existence in Des Moines
for tho next five years at tho
highest standard fixed on a medi
cal college in America. It is ex
pected this will bo raised before
tonight. Tho possibility is very
strong that the board of suporvis
ors at its meeting Monday night
will make an appropriation of $5,
000 annually for five years. This
will bo a material boost; ' -
Cosmopolitan Club to Sing Na
Representatives of twelvo dif
ferent nations among tho students
at tho University of Chicago, un
der the auspices of the Cosmopol
itan Club, have organized what,
for want of a better name, is
termed an "international cho
rus." The members of the chorus
will bo trained to sing the na
tional hymns of all the countries
represented by the members of
the Cosmopolitan Club. A pro
gram -of all the national hymns
will bo rendered by the cliorus at
the Peace Day exercises' to bo
held in Chicago on May 1, which
will, it is thought, provide a
unique and appropriate feature of
Mooting of Cosmopolitan Club.
Tho first meeting of the Cosmo
politan Club willbe hold in U106
Wednesday evening at 7:15. All
students in the university from
foreign countries interested in the
formation of the club aro request
ed to be present.
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