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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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JANUARY 7, 1911
How would you Hko to bo ono of
tho fat mon on tho Qleo club .trip?
Tonigt, 8 p. m.
WHAT 18 YOUR OPINION?
What 1b your opinion of tho honor
system? Do you think that aa stu
dents of tho University of Nebraska
that wo should mako somo concerted
effort to take -the matter-In hand-nnd
puBh It to a settlement? Thcufratornl
ties of tho University have adopted
an honor system, and tho mon of tho
a special report from tho minority
mombors of tho board of regents, Re
gonts Hallor and Coupland, was sent
to tho governor and tho legislature
advocating tho removal of tho Univer
sity from its present slto to the loca
tion of tho Stnto Farm. In that re
port twonty-flvo reasons were given
why this action should bo taken, and
oach of thorn wore founded upon good
business principles as well as advan
tages to tho students and tho peo;le
of tho state.
Howovor, In his message, ox-Governor
Shallonbergor states that ho Is
favorable to such an action. Tho stu
dent body on tho whole favor sucn
a move if tho mattor can bo arranged
to their advantage. Tho saving of
finances to tho state must bo taken
into consideration, along with the ad
vantages of more room, uniform build
ings, and bettor location when sur-
mundlngs are considered.
Tho quotation of Governor Aldrlch
that tho matter must bo settled as a
cold-blooded business proposition Indi
cates that ho 1b favorable to suci a
mov.e, according to tho lnterpretatlon
of tho majority of students. Tho cold
blooded business proposition Is one
which means that financial interests
ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
A People's Church
Corner H and Twelfth Streets. Services 10:45 A. M.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
All 8ouIb Church Is an association which stands for a reverent attitude
toward the Facts of Life. It has the University Ideal, the 8earch for Truth.
Therefore It has no Creed. It welcomes to Its membership people of all be
liefs. Such a modern, open-minded, facing-the-future organization ought to
appeal especially to students. You are cordially Invited to attend Its services.
Sunday morning, January 8th, Subject " Essentials and Non
Essentials in Religion."
Social Ethics Class at 12:15, Prof. L. E. Aylsworth, leader
Eaton, Agent for State School.
Students' Liberal Religious Union at 12:00 "Tilings Worth
While in Life," by Prof. H. W. Caldwell.
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Greek letter organizations feol that
it 1b a benefit. Professor Fling stated
Thursday that ho bolloved that If
there was anything to warrant tho
maintenance of fraternities in tho
University that It was tho syfltom that
thoy had mado a part of themselves.
If a thing of this sort Is good for
tho fratornitlos, why should not tho
whole group of undergraduates of this
University adopt a similar system and
follow It? Tho boneflts are many. If
the benofits outweigh tho disadvan
tages, should it hot bo a. part of tho
University which wo must aid to do-yolopo?
student must admit
that thoro aro none. Then tho wholo
mattor Is settled and tho "honor sys-1
torn" In this University would -make
tho school a loader In this movement
of, standing Tor bettor and higher
things, not alono in athletics and sim
ilar activities, but In studios as well.
Tho possflnilty of tho University be
ing moved to tho present clto of the
State Farm called forth .considerable
comment from retiring Governor Shal
lonborgor In his message to tho mem
bers " of tho legislature. Governor
Aldrlch, however, said less about It.
Whatever tho action of tho legisla
ture on tho matter, tho student body
result of tho wholo movement The
matter came to a head when in
are at stake, and if tho state as a
wholo can save money by moving this
Institution of education, then that Is
the way tho mombors of tho legisla
ture should settle tho wholo affair.
Tho messages on tho wholo indicate
that tho matter has been called to the
attention of tho lawmakers of tho
state, and thqt It rests with them
whether tho University of Nebraska
will bo built up In tho mannor it
should, or whether tho state will from
year to year bo forced to appropriate
vast sums of monoy for tho purchase
of land surrounding tho present loca
tion of tho school, to the detriment of
-tho Unlvorsltyr-whlch could' use these4
funds In tho erection of bettor build
ings and tho installation of better
A meeting of the Ag club Is to bo
hold Saturday, January 7, at 8 p. m.,
In Science hall In tho Templo.
A meeting of tho Komonsky club is
to bo held Saturday, January 7, at 8
p. m., In Music hall in tho Temple.
Tho University Dramatic club will
present "Mice and Men" at tho Tom
plo heator, Saturday evening, Janu
Tho Tegnor society will meet in
Science hall In. tho Temple, Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock.
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