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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
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NOVEMBER 22, 1910.
CREDIT FOR STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Nowb comes from Columbia to tho
offoct Unit unlvorfllty credit will in
tho future bo given nil students who
take part in students activities outside
of tho class room. This decision
comoB nn a culmination of a movement
began a year ago by i,ro8Q!enrN'lcbT
oIub Murray Butlor. It Is significant
that athlutlcB arc left out of tho list of
activities, on'tho ground that academic
credit can bo given only for that
which hns educative value, such as
only please vast audience, but make
for better skill nnd sportsmanship as
Reading tho article by Mr. Rold, one.
1b Btruck with tho signal failures
which havo followed every effort to
revlso tho rules of American football
during tho last live or six years.
ChangcB and counter changes have
followed one another with such rapid
ity that the gamo is in a hopelesB
tangle bo far as the public is con
cerned. The rules committee would
havo a now gamo and still keep tho
old, and the result Is a constant ex
perimenting and shifting about, a pro
gram which tends to produce bore
dom and lack of Interest on the part
of old-time football enthusiasts. At
prcBont intercollegiate is neither fish,
flosh or fowl, Hut n mixturo of qloso
nnd open play which falls to satisfy
both tho admirer of tho old game and
tho advocate of a now.
California and Stanford fortunately
havo been froe from tho football con
troversy which has been waging In
Iho eaBt and havo progressed In edu
cating a sketplcul community to a
fuller appreciation of an exciting, yet
sano nnd practical, stylo of play. The
contest last Saturday showed wlili
what succesB. Rugby Iiqb completely
Photographs an thi Most Appreciatid
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dergrnduateB and, wo may say now, the
alumni, which the Amoricnn gamo
onco hold, nnd as for tho football ad
mlrors of the stato as a wlfolc, thelf
concurrence was proved by the fact
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ptirtlvlpatlon In tho work of the col
legs newspaper, magazine, lltorary so
ciety, debating teaniB, and. the like.
This decision Is to be commended.
As long as tho student activities are
recognized as part of a student's life
In college, and thoso activities are
given official approval It only fitting
that students' taking part In them bo
given some credit. Tho next step In
tho process of co-ordinating' tho work
of the class room 'lth the extra clasB
room activities, 1b tho systematic or
ganizing of thoso activities. There
ahQBld.b.Qa fiatotul grading of all, ac
cording to their Importance, ami the
amount of this kind of work that any
student can do should bo limited. This'
will ollmlnato from the tendency for a
fqw men to bqcoino connected with a
' largo tnnmbver of organizations to the
neglect or their academic work. Dally
that tho crowd on Saturday was fifty
per cent larger thnn ever attended a
gamo in this Btnto before rugby was
Thcro Is a reason, and that reason
Is to bo found In President Wheeler's
article, which rends Ilka an answer to
tho opinions. of. Mr. Reld. That rugby
is hotter from the standpoint of the
spectators, that It 1b bettor for tho
players and better for the colleges,
than tho Amerlcnn gamo, Is main
tained by President Wheeler In hlB
clenr-Blghted, t comprehensive discus
sion, which he closes by. declaring that
gnmo can only bo regarded as ethic
ally wrong. Dally Callfornlnn.
THE FOOTBALL DISCUSSION.
Lot any one Interested in college
athletics nnd not yet fully convinced
of tho rolntlvo merits of rugby and
American Intercollegiate, read the two
sides of tho question as discussed In
our California periodicals during the
past week, and judge for himself on
tho authority of experts. Writing In
Tho Occident', W. T. Rold, Jr., a for
jner Harvard coach, defends the old
game mainly on tho ground of his preju
dice against, the new. On the other
-handr President Wheeler, cnBting
aside all that is nqt pertainent to' tho
subject, comes' out clearly to show
that rugby, even though nn Imported
gnmo, possesses qualities which not
Thanksgiving recess will begin nt
noon on Wednesday and close at noon
At convocation today; Annual
Thanksgiving program. Tho univer
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Gov. ABhton C. Shajlenborger will
read his Thanksgiving 'proclamation.
Memorial hall; 11 o'clock.
All classes are dismissed from 11 to
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