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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor C. J. LORD
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JANUARY 25, 1911.
Tho Iobb of J. L. Der Klndorn na
general secretary of tho university
Y. M. 0. A. can not bo estimated alone
In- tho loss to tho association, but the
University of Nebraska aB a whole
must bo conBlderod. Tho work of one
rmmilBTiot-nhvnj(i8 appnrontr but. in.
this caso tho Y. M. C. A. of tho uni
versity has been upbuilt and carried
over a critical period until today It
Btands as ono of the greatest college
organizations In tho United States.
Lids 2.50 BUDD
Student hats of class-.--! had the B W0 WKF
spring lino come very early
Nebraska men extend their best
wIbIiob to tho retiring secretary and
also tholr rogretB that ho must turn
tho work which ho has carried on bo
well for five years over to another,
who muBt take up tho burden and
carry it as well as tho retiring officer
or Ue subject to a great deal of criti
cism. The basketball team soon leaves on
Its first trip of tho season. A Beries
of hard gamoB has been arranged, and
tho best wlBhes of tho entire under
graduate body goes with tho men who
must fight for victory for the state In
stitution. Tho team needs the support
of tho students and tho dcslro of all
Nebraska men and women to hold the
championship of tho Missouri Valley
in basketball, as well as football, may
bo realized If each student shows the
men of tho team that thoy aro behind
them. Get out and boost. Attend the
games at homo and root. This Bplrit
aids in winning basketball games as
well as other athletic contests.
That the work of the students is not
appreciated by people outsldo of the
university is an idea which has caused
n great deal of hard feeling In the
past, on both sides. That tho students
aro appreciated is shown by the r6-
cent actionof tho -men of tho city.
who are interested in tho movement
for tho building of a general city hos
pital, in accepting tho offer oC the
members of the Dramatic club to pre-
Informal "Box "Ballot
Y. M. C. A.
Today 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
sent tho pTay "Mice and Men" for the
benefit of the hospital fund. The offer
was accepted with a great deal of
'Pleasure, and in this way an apprecia
tion of student ncthitleB Is shown.
While each undergraduato likes to see
tho university appear in the lime-light
all tho tlnio, such a thing Is Impos
sible. An opportunity Hko this is
never cast aside by the people of the
outsldo world, and their readiness to
accept the work of the students shows
that appreciation comes when It la de
FOR STUDENT ACTIVITY.
Prof. Slater of Rochester laments,
In tho usual pedagogical mnnner, over
tho fact that students do not study.
According to his notion, too much
time Is spent in outside activities, to
allow the average undergraduate to
becomo a 'proficient student. Wo be
lieve that tho professor's statement 1b
not ontiroly contentious, and that
while scholarship is not alllhere Is to
attain. H..lBojirlmo Jmportance to a
But when tho Rochester Post-Express
et al take up Prof. Slater's state
ment and carry It to the extent of say
ing that tho time spent upon all stu-
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dent activity, except possibly athletlcB.
Is worse than wasted, we are prono to
uso the words of tho editor of tho Cor
nell Dally uttered recently upon an
"Wo deplqro the academic brow
that frowns on a musical club or
upon a dramatic tour; we oven pity
tho holder of such a view, for ho Is
as the man who fishes with a bare
hook, or as one who does not fish at
all, who, deep in the narrowness of re
search, overlooks the necessities of
his very existence." Western Inter
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.
Medical Society Chooses Leaders for
At a recent meeting of the members
of tho Medical society of the 'univer
sity officers for the coming semester
were elected as follows: Clifford W.
Wells, president; P. B. Roen, vice
president; W. C. Becker, secretary;
Mrs. Staslney, treasurer, and William
A meeting of the members of the
mathematical seminar will be held
Wednesday, January 25, at 4:30 In
M307. ProfeBBor Candy will speak on
the subject of "Mathematical PeaTJP
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