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The Daily Nebraskan
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TUB UNIVERSITY OF . NEBRASKA,
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FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1910
' 'Wo tiro now entering upon a
new era of education which will
bo' the greatest in UuVjiislory of
the world. It will take years to
bring, it to a culmination, but 'it
is purely coming." Abbott Law
rence Lowoll. ,
piny s on.
tho baseball team
Why not have an intercollegi
ate smallpox contest between Ne
braska and Minnesota?
Wherever there are three or
more students' gathered togothcr,
there will smallpox be the sub
ject of tho conversation.
Teats are the heritage of tho
high schools. The doleful dirge
of the athletic tom-tom encircjes
Nebraska in an endless wail.
Even the skies weep wetness
down upon a Fete Day that was
am) is not.
OUR OUNCE OP PREVENTION.
Two eupsful of carbolic acid
for breakfast, a bottle of storil
ized formaldehyde for lunch and
two cakes of sulphur, browned
onbot.li sides, for dinner make
up our bill of fare. In addition
ve sleep with 'a red string tied
around our neck to keep off the
germs and spend mosTTof our day
reading up on symptoms. Wc
fiful"tliat aversion to rising at 7
o'clock, Hstlossncss and lack of
interest in class rooms, and ir
ritable temper characterize the
first stages of tho student dis
ease. This is followed by sud
den payment of bills, and, in ox
treme. cases, by enforced vacation.
Besides this we had smallpox sev
eral years ago.
WORDS PROM THE WISE.
Seniore Give Underclassmen Ben
efit of Experience.
. A. number of excellent sugges
tions "-were thrown out by the
speakers at the Y.'M. 0..A. mcet-
ing last night,
S. A. Mahoo'd, in oponing-tlie
.meeting, said:' ''A man "after
spending four years in flic uni-
I'versity takes time to think about
the past years, and form opinions
which arc of vttluo topthcrs. lie
is, therefore, capable of advising
the younger students in many
J. 15. Ucdnar, a prominent uni
versity debater, started the ball
rolling by taking a fall out of
the university, which claims so
much time that the ordinary col
lege man seemingly lias no time
-for-debator He jokingly accused
athletics -and other sorts of busi
ness with relegating debating to
the background of college life.
D. F. McDonald discussed "The
Benefits of Athletics." He said
that the benefits of athletics out
weighed, as a rule, the lesser
evils of athletics. " College ath
letics are the source of univer
sity spirit in the school. The
development of a 'Nebraska
spirit' and the ability to mix
with men arc a part of our edu-
h'ation. Athletics enable a man
to gain an all round development
through mixing with men."
J. M. Alexander, formerly pres
ident, of tho class of 1910, told
of "School Politics." Tie ad
vised younger men who expect
to rim for the office of class
president, not to make appoint
ments before election.
Wallacd, former business man
ager of the Nebraskan, briefly
handled' his" subject as follows:
"Should a man work outside
while he is going to the univer
sity? Yes, I ' think he should,
provided his work is along the
line of his future business. A
college man cannot a fiord to
work his way unless he is well
paid; he must live by ' his wits
rather than his muscles."
II. itf. ShenfT, formerly liible
Shoes are spiked. My shoes are sewed DOLLAR (OFF
using rock oak sole leather.
wearing shoes made, and
you know me when it
comes to style.
study chairman, spoke briefly re
garding the relation of a student
to tho association work, as fol
"With respect to outside activi
ties, they also should be indulged
in systematically. A major and
a minor are two divisions. Asso
ciation work makes a strong!
major and athletics a strong
minor. Then university studies,
association work and athletics
make the strongest combination T
can conceive for making a man
efficient in the fullest sense."
Herbert W. Potter, Phi Beta
Kappa, and at one time both ed
itor of the Nebraskan and a
prominent debater, answered-the
question, "What duty does the
student owe to his studies."
"Man should not be a grind, but
certainly his first duty should be
to his studies. If a man, , how
ever, is good enough to be in the
university, he ought to bo good
enough to do the required work
and still have some time left for
social duties and the. pleasures of
Oard of Thanks.
We wish to thank Cluincellor
and Mrs. Avery for their kind
remembrance of us yesterday, and.
hope they may be as fortunate as
we if they cajtch the smallpox.
Carl W. Mongol, who gradu
ates this year fr6m the civil en
gineering class, has. secured an
appointment as , nsistantx drain
age, engineer in the United States
department of agriculture.
HOTEL DE PESTE
Chancellor Provides Banquet
-- . Hughes Toastmastor.
. There were big doings last
night at the Hotel do Peste,
known v6ommonly as the pest
house, the university students
who arc quartered there just at
present enjoying a feast, intel
lectual as well as physical.
Chancellor and Mrs. Avery dur
ing the ilay had sent a remem
brance to tho students in the
shape of some very excellent
things to eat, and so a banquet
was arranged to ,do honor to the
The following list of toasts
was responded to: )
"Rhodesia," Mrs. Emetine
"On the CI rub Line," W. W.
"Troubles of a Freshman," B.
"The Lincoln Metropolitan
Idea," Mr. Aaron.
"Smallpox .vs. Vaccination,"
Ml. S. Nixon. v
"Now Members," A. A. Stan
oliffe.' M. J. Hughes acted as toast
master in a very satisfactory
manner. Mr. Aaron being from
Omaha, is said to have delivered
an address full of advice to Lin-
coin. "Rhodesia" is the name
adopted by the students' organi
zation, in honor of Health Officer
Rhode, who is ruler over their
Everyone at the hotel is said to
be having a fine time. They play
ball, and enjoy other outd6or
sports whenever the weather ad
mits. None of them are really
sick. One boy only felt like lay
ing down at any time yesterday.
Altogether the stay there is not
so bad after all.
noes are sewea uuLLHnjurr
tier. No better nirl
$3.50 B I) DD
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