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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE I'HOl'EtlTY OP
TIIK, UNIVJ3IISITY OF NI3DRASKA,
TIJH HTITDKNT PUBLICATION BOAIID
lfidltor ... 8. O. COTNEIl
MuiiiikIiiK Editor A. II. "INSMOUE
AMHOdato Editor T. M. EDGECOMBE
Amocliitn Editor UlCHAKD MEYER
MnmiKcr V. C. 1IASCALL
AmlHtnnt MaiuiKor....C. C. BUCHANAN
Cii filiation MnnaRPr I. V. MOItltlHON
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FHimUAIlY !), Iftll
A GOOD QUESTION.
The (ju'oflHtm chosen for thu Unit
hcrlcH of IntcrcliiHH duhutoH Is an old
and rnmlllnr one. Nobody knows Just
whoro or how It homi, but It was
probably Ilrh' mndr nuitilfott 1.ck In
tlu garden whon Hvi voted ai.d over"
rnh'd Adam. Since that tlino, how
ox or. n.nn lias been ox(eedliinl, re
luctanl to let his leninlc comimnlon
('cU'i'm'np nut torn political In spite
oT the urc of (his quostion, It Is Jusi
-ilM-Ainpnrlniit t ever. It has not bad
Its time and thon dlhuppenrod. aa "iree.
silver" and a few othor national ls
fiios. Hut this can not rlghtl) b
railed n national italic. It Is mlber
unlvt'i-Hal. and w nili;ht say eternal, IT
It Is not decided In the alllnnntlve.
The ninny changes In our social con
ditions have kept the question nllve.
lCnch vear new Ideas are developed
and different viewpoints found. Those
to accomplish anything great If the
bodyi Is a physical wreck. Likewise.,
Is niero muscular force powerless
without mental aid.
(lenuial Pershing recognized this
Tact when he decided to award a
medal to the best all-round man in the
Pershing Rifles. He d'les not want the
ninn who can Just drill, regardless of
how perfect he may bo in that line.
Hut he desires a noldlor who Is intel
ligent 'hi other matters, who can study
nnd think, who is a power and a leader
the All-year coach.
Who will ho the all-year coach at
Nobraska? Recommendations have
been made by the athletic board but
because of the number of candidates
submitted to the holt I'd 01 regents. 1 1
Is still a matter of much doubt. Nev
ertheless the students of the univer
sity are deeply interested in the on
come. There is not one who does not
want to see Nebraska the leader in
.Missouri Valley athletics. Success n
the future depends largely on the
coach. It Is all important that a man
be chosen who understands athletics
and can piodnce winning teams.
University sentiment favors an east
ern man for more reasons than one.
Taken all together the east produces
greater teams than the west. This is
not because the western man is not
as good an athlete. It Is rather be
cause of the fact that athletics have
been farther developed in the pastern
college. Nebraska does not necessar
ily demand a star from some great
team, but she does want a man who
knows the game and can teacli It to
the plajers. No one should be ac
cepted who has not shown bis ability
along this line. An Institution the
size., of, Nebraska and having Its
an Inexpeilenced man. Public opin
ion at the university seems to favor
an eastern coach, but above all he
must be a man who can "deliver the
The finance committee of the Y. M.
('. A. will meet tonight at G o'clock
with the Hlble study class in the
75c and $1.00 Oftr
Broken Line Shirts Uvv
1415 0 St.
who th'nk that they know all about It
should not lull to attend these Ue
Imtes. Whether woman shall receive tl?e
right to vote depends on the willing
uosh of man to share his political
perogatlve with his helpmate. Uni
versity men must take a leading pari
In Its settlement and they should not
niihs this opporlun'ty to hear both
sides. It will hardly be necessary 10
urge tho gentler se. to attond. How
evor, they might help the cause along
b. bringing all tho men out.
THE ALL-ROUND MAN.
Although this is an age of special
izing, the world still needs the all
lountl man. This does not moan that
piofessional study is not a good thing.
For If everyone tried to be everything,
Uobody w'ouluyho anything. The ex
pert and the inventor would be un
known, in short, It would bo a most
Intolerable state of existence. Neither
does this phrase carry the Import that
a man should be a great Intellectual
light nnd a prize fighter at tho same
lime. The all-round man has a
healthy body and an alert mind. He
Is tho uselul man who can adnpt-hlm-
self to his surroundings. He always
nppears ut ease and can meet any oc
casion that arisea without flinching.
It Is Imposlble for the mightiest brain
basement of the Temple. Supper will
be 8eied and plans for a financial
9 Convocation, Prof. Sarka Hrbkova,
"Bohemian Life," illustrated by
stereopticon, Memorial hall.
0 Basketball, Missouri vs. Nebras
ka, at Columbia.
9 Dean Richards, "Refrigerating
Machinery," M. E. building, 7:30
9 :Sorhoraore class election, 11:30
n. m., Temple.
9 Senior class olectlon, 11:30 a. m.,
10 Basketball, Nobraska vs. Kansas,
10 Palladlan. 8 p. m., the Temple.
10 Union, 8 p. m., the Temple.
10 Y. W. C. A. noon meeting, ad
dress by Phillip A, Swnrjtz, Tern
11 Sophomore-freshman indoor ath
letic contest, 8 p. m., the armory.
-l.UBaskethaIl. Nebraska' vs. Kansas
12 Sunday morning meeting, Phillip
A. Swa'rtz, 9 a. m., Y. 'M. C. A.
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The mid-week meeting of the uni
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night at 6:50 in tho Temnle. Tho
vices; at Red Cloud, Nob., during the
Christmas holidays reported the re
sults of their work.
Professor N. A. Bengfaon of the
geography .department has been out
in tho state practically all week de
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stitutes. Ho Is expected- l)ack. to
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