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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
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FEBRUARY 8, 1911.
A NEBRASKA DIRECTORY?
Tho Harvard alunini have just Is
sued a directory that 1b new in many
respects to any similar publication,
for it contains tho name of very man
who has been a student at that Insti
tution. Tho book has cost a great
deal of patient labor. It was neces
sary to mako many searches for mlSB
ing men, and a great deal of time was
required. But the result is surely
worthy of tho effort.
Why should Nebraska not publish
such a directory? Its benefits would
bo beyond estlmalo7Tobo suro there
aro alumni directories, nut what Ne
braska needs Ib a dlroctory that con
tains tho names of all students who
havo over taken, work at tho univer
sity. Some of tho most loyal and use
ful mon in tho outside force of the
university nro men who havo never
still quartored on the third floor of
Tho increase in attendance in this
department makes It' Imperative that
room must bo found for tho lawyers
very soon. Tho class rooms aro al
ready overcrowded and tho library is
far too small. 'Tho solution Is not dif
ficult -a law building.
Tho refusal of tho junior law class
to sign tho "honor system" indicates
that Borne of tho students are unwil
ling to hurry its adoption. When the
proposition that they might take thoir
examinations in tho library, condi
tioned that thoy sign tho etntemont
submitted on behalf of tho instructors,
was submitted It was unanimously
voted down and tho class decided to
go to tho Temple.
Ono of two things Is evident, either
tho honor-sygtom lsnot understood by
tho students, or oIbo thoy .are against
it. Tho prevailing opinion 1b that it
means ono student shall act as a spy
upon 'another. This is tho point of dif
ference and It must be explained be
fore an understanding will be reached.
Sunshine and warm weather follow
ovory little cold snap, and we aro al
ways glad. Something disappeared
during tho examinations, but it has
again come forth and Ib more loath to
leave than over. No matter what
weather prevails a fog still hangs
about tho south gate. The wreathes
of smoko till are visible to the eye
from a distance and every wind bears
tho odors of tobacco over tho city. Ye
godB, what an advertisement!
Each ono Is anxious to know
whether the other got through, what
his grade was, how he answered UiIb
and how ho answered) that. Now It Is
a gooTHhTngTb "Ifo so'InterGBtedin the;
class work of tho university and may
urge you on In tho future. But would
you not be willing to do everyone a
favor by meeting your frlond Borne
evening when you can havo plenty of
tlmo to talk? It would be such a re
lief not to havo the hallways blocked
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taken a dpgree. Thoy aro good loyal
Nobraskans, mon whom wo aro glad
to moot at any tlmo. Tho call of tho
groat world outside tho campus was ir
resistible and they went forth not
without education but without diplo
mas. Everyone wants to know whoro
these men aro tyday and how to And
them. Nebraska muBt have a direc
tory like that of Harvard.
SPELL OF CRAMP81
A year ago when the law students
wore compelled to take their examina
tions in tho Temple, soated on camp
chairs with a piece of ipaBteboard for a
table, there came forth groat waitings
and many cries. Some kind ear muBt
havo heard for when tho last semester
had rolled by the solons wero allowed
to brief their knowledge whilo seated
in comfortable chajrs. But again fato
frowned and the poor "lawB" aro still
trying to straighten ouf thoir corporeal
bodies. Tho terrible camp chairs and
pasteboard tables have cast their spell
of cramps over the legal victims.
Why must this all bo? Again it is
tho cry of "no room," and true enough
that is what is the matter. In spite
of tho fact that those who havo gono
forth-from.thlR department nrejirjrtfe
ing fame to Nebraska, in spite of tho
fact that those who aro still -within
tho school are "so lawless,!' thoy. aro
by these little mutual admiration societies.
Wo aro sorry that the basketball
team had to loso to Ames at all. It
Booms like tho very irony of fate. Wo
have tho men who can play, and if
someone can JUBt discover, the "'hoo
doo" which pursues Nebraska's bas
ketball team their fame will nover
die. KanBas.says sho is going to take
both games and haB never Interviewed
tho CornhuskerB at all.
8 Basketball, Missouri vs. Nebras
ka, at Columbia.
9 Convocation, Prof. Sarka Hrbkova,
"Bohemian Life," illustrated by
stereoptlconv Memorial hall.
9 Basketball, Missouri vs. Nebras
ka, at Columbia.
9 Dean Richards, ''Refrigerating
Machinery," M. E. building, 7:30
9 Spphomoro class election, 11:30
a. m., Temple.
9 Senior class election, 11:30 a. m.,
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10 'Basketball, Nebraska vs. Kansas,
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