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THE DAILY NEBEASKAN
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PIIOPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY QF NEBRASKA,
THE BTUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor B. O. COTNER
Mannglng Editor... -....A. II. DINSMORE
ABBOdato Editor T. M. EDQECOMBE
ABBodnto Editor RICHARD .MEYER
MannBcr V. C. HASCALL
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Circulation Manngor. . . . J. V. MORRISON
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
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under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
-FEBRUARY 10, 1911.
MORE SPIRIT. 9
After tho olfuTs Olympics frcBhman
nnd Bophomore seomod bubbling ovor
with cln88 spirit. Thoy could not con
tain thomsolvos any longor. Tho first
year man had tasted tho blood of his
rival and ho wanted another chanco to
show hiB torrlblo strength. Tho sec
ond year man folt humbled and do
graded by tho overwhelming defeat,
and with dollgbt hailed tho oppor
tunity to rotrlovo his loBt glory. Oth
ors tromblod for their lives lest at
-ftny: jnoment Uioy find thomsolves in
tho midst of" somo 'furious battloftlro"
awful strugglo would snuff "out tholr
oxlstonco and, so overshadowed b?
tho mighty conflict, tho world would
novor know their fato.
Tho uppor classmen and tho author
ities of tho unlvorslty mado hasto to
proparo plane for an Indoor meet,
' somothlng moist bo dono, tho impond-
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lng calamity must bo avoided! Now
that tho tlmo draws near for thoso
furious warriors to enter tho arena,
thoy are gono like tho ghosts of a
droam. Was it a magic spell cast
over tho campus for only n moment,
and were these warlike rumors only a
Whatever It may bo, tho furor has
abated. Now tho loving spirit is all
right to talk about, but It Is fatal to
tho unlvorslty as a wholo. Class
rivalry foBtors university spirit, and it
Is a shamo aftor all this oxclferaent
nnd preparation that thoro cannot bo
moro Interest.' For tho remainder of
tho week tho two lower classes' should
declare a' resurrection ns tho order of
Again fato decreed that tho Nebras
ka basketball team should loso, and so
it lost. This muBt bo changed for wo
can not allow Kansas to tako even a
basketball gamo aftor that last foot
ball trip to Lawrence.
We bellovo there is at present a
marked trend in tho direction of a
real democraoy in college life, toward
a spirit that actually does disregard
each man by what ho Is.
Among tho signs from which wo de
rive our hope aro there, and tho fact
that thoy come from two of tho oldest
and moBt representative American in
stitutlona gives them greater signif
icance. At Princeton, tho senior class
has como to a realization that a "vis
ual Boclal distinction," as tho wearing
of club lint-bands and ties for tho pur
poso of malting that distinction evi
dent, is not for tho best intoreBts of
tho university, nnd tho custom lias
boon abolished. At Yalo, tho seniors
havo found that their annual ball was
bocomlng a mero function of oxpenslve
form, and that as a consequence the
domocracy of tho class event was lost.
So BtcpB havo been taken to eliminate
ono of these useless forms, the pre
sentation of flowers at tho dance.
APPOINT8 NEW CHAPLAIN.
Rev. Dean R. Leland to. Be a Captain
of the Cadet Regiment.
Tho unlvorslty cadets aro to have a
now chaplain to succeed Capt. Chas.
Gilmoro, who resigned a short time
Rov. Dean R. Leland, university pas
tor of tho First Presbyterian church,
will bo appointed as chaplain, -with the
rank of captain. A recommendation
of this appointment was yestorday
sont by Commandant Halsoy E. Yatos
to Chancellor Avory.
Chancellor Avery gave out notice
last night to a Nobrnskan roportor to
tho offect that tho recommendation
mot with his hearty approval and
would bo signed by him. Tho order
will not bo read to tho cadets for sev
Rov. Leland is n truo university
man and hla appointment will be
looked upon with gonoral favor by tho
men of tho regiment, Ho will accom
pany tho battalion to its annual en
campment and. preach to thorn on tho
All freshmen wishing to enter the
intorclass dobates will pleaBO notify
us at once. Tho try-outs will bo held
February 22 in L315.
Regular meeting of Medical Bocloty
Saturday evening at 7:30 in N210.
Chnncollor Avery will speak.
10 'Basketball, Nebraska vs. Kansas,
10 Palladlan, 8 p. m., tho Tomplo.
10 Union, 8 p. m tho Temple.
10 Y. W. C. A. noon meeting, ad-
drosB by Phillip A. Swartz, Tom
10 -Senior formal, 7:30, at Lincoln
10 Medics and" faculty social evening,
11 English club, entertained by Miss
McPheo and Miss Pound a 1G32
11 Komonsky, talk on Omaha In-
diansi M. R. Gilraore, 8 p. m., tho
11 Sophomore-freshman indoor ath
lotlc conteBt, 8 p. m., tho, armory.
11 Basketball, Nebraska vs. KansaB
12 Sunday morning meeting, Phillip
, 'A. Swartz, 9 a. m Y. M. C. A.
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