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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TIII3 PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Published by r
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor C. J. LORD
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JANUARY TE, 1911.
To the outsider who rarely under
stands tho conditions which exist in
university circles with regard to cer
tain affairs, there appears to be a lot
of useless arguing over the abolition
of cabs. ThlB matter, however, to tho
student body is ono of BerlousnoBB.
That the undergraduates thorasolves
Bhould take up tho matter of simplicity
lnBTdClaTni!rn1rB7lB-to their- credltr
Young men and young women are of
Men's Shoe Sale
About 500 Pairs
ment thrown on
tho nature which causes thorn to go to
extremes on various matters which In
terest thorn. To Nebraska men and
women tho credit Is duo that they
have beea nblo to realize tho danger
which appears at various times, and
on their own accord have taken steps
to avert it.
To abolish a custom which has ex
isted at tho university for many years
-requires more Bplrlt than is told In
words, and to follow this action up by
ono In which favor Is shown to the
abolition of extravagant Informal
dances, requires moro spirit than can
bo found In many schools other than
In Nebraska. v This, however, Is what
tho fraternities and sororities of this
university have done and all tho rest
of tho school supports them in this ac
tion. Simplicity in social affairs is
understood by tho people of the state
and raises tho student body In the
AMES VS. NEBRASKA
mind of tho taxpayers. ThlB is where
tho movement counts. ,
Then too tne opinion Of tlicrloglBln
tors must be taken Into consideration.
Tho men who mnlto tho laws of the
state recognize that social evils are
tho cause of tho loss of popularity to
tho university BtudentB among tho peo
ple of the state, and as long aB they
think that the BtudentB themselves
are not deslroiiB of regulating things
of this Bort then the lawmakers step
In and make reforms which are ex
treme When an action of this kind
comes from the students, then the
legislators feel that tho regulation of
affairs nt the state Institution is both
proper and discreet and that their
placo la outside of minor affairs which
the undergraduate body themselves
When the Btudent body of a unl
vtrsity like Nebraska unites and aids
in holding memorial .services to honor
one of the men who has been active
in the upbuilding of that institution
it shows that the work of tho past
generation is appreciated by the one
-o(--the resentr The- doeda. o anga
soon Bink into oblivion, but tho work
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thoy have accomplished always leaves
Its mark; and so It was with General
Dudley. To this university ho donated
three thlngB. Ono was tho military
department, another was the first
course In engineering, and tho laBt
was tho securing of Grant Memorial
hall. These things are only a part
of the results of his work, but they
are of vital Interest to the men and
women of the university.
The appreciation of tho work of the
founders of the university can only be
shown. Words will not picture It, and
In no other manner can the men of
today oxpress their appreciation of
tho efforts of the men of the past.
Yesterday memorial services in honor
of the late general were held, and
only In this way is the true spirit of
the respect and love of mankind
shown. To do otherwise -would be
ALL SOULS CHURCH, UNITARIAN
A People's Church
Corner H and Twelfth Streets, Services 10:45 A. M.
ARTHUR L. WEATHERLY, Minister.
All Souls Church is an association which stands for a reverent attitude
toward the Facts of Life. It has the University Ideal, the Search for Truth.
Therefore It has no Creed. It welcomes to its membership people of ail 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 22, Subject " Democracy in the
Family." (This the second of a series on the realization of democ-
racy, a new interpretation of religion.)
Social Ethics Class at 12:15, Prof. L. E. Ayisworth, leader
"Problems and Difficulties in Philanthropy" by C. E. Prevey, Secre
tary Charity Organization Society.
Students' Liberal Religious Union at 12:00 will be addressed by
Mayor Don L. Love on "The Responsibility for Work." All students
are cordially invited.
For Lunches Put Up for Parties,
also Ice Cream and College Ices, and
Fruit Punches Call at
THE FQLSOM, 1307 OJSJL
MaRe No Dates
For Febr. 17
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AN0 BON B0NS
TICKETS 35c DANCING
SATURDAY, JAN. 21
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