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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TIII3 PnOPBIlTY OF
THB UNIVBnSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THB STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
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FEBRUARY 11, 1911.
L.E8T WE FORGET.
To tho follies of. yesterday often
may bo traced tho wisdom of today.
Wo stumblo and begin to wondor, wo
fall and then sometimes learn. Some
people muBt fall tho second tlmo bo
fore lcnowledgo comes, and, tho rec
ords In tho hands of tlfo delinquent
committee show that one man fell
four times and then thoro was no
suro sign that ho had profited by his
Such things aro a dlsgraco to the
-i unlxoxflltY.- and tho action of tho au-
thorltlcs in refusing registration to
nlno applicants Is to bo commend
ed. Their efforts to ralso tho stand
ard of tho university should, recolvo
tho sanction and support of each In
dividual and ovory organization Inter
ested in tho school. Tho University
of Nebraska 1b not a .place for Idlers
and loafers. It Is nn Institution for
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Shoes Button and Lace
Get Wise, You Fellows 1415 O St.
tho dovolopment of tho young men
and women of tho state, and tho
sooner tho "Bluffer" cln'ss finds this
out tho better for all concerned. It
will at least mako tho work of tho
delinquent committee loss strenuous,
and savo a fow littlo unpleasant affairs.
SENIOR ELECTION. '
'While personal feeling should bo
kept out of all campaigns, nnd it is
to bo regretted that It ovor showed
itself at all In tho raco for tho presi
dency of tho fourth year class, still
tho way It has turned out has not
been detrimental to tho university. It
is a credit to tho two defeated candi
dates and their supporters that thoy
havo burled tho hatchet and are will
ing to Btand by tho decision of tho
claBS. It Is tho proper spirit and no
harm can ovor como from it.
Tho bitter fight has made tho elec
tion of class officers Interesting and
lively. Class spirit has boon stirred
up, nnd tho way tho office-seekers
worked was really pleasant to boo. It
has "been no half-hearted affair, and
now that it is all ovor and everything
' has conWoTICrrlglitTTfidlmlversIly
haB very little to regret. Tho seniors
.havo set a good example for" other
. classes to follow get out and work
for ydur man, and then when It 1b
over, forgot It.
Gone, gone, gone! They aro gone,
gono to tho flro wo hope, for they
havo mado hideous, countenances
that wero otherwiao comely; they
havo brought forth showers of tears,
nnd now they too havo boon forced to
travel tho same road thoao few well
pruned and potted hairs. It is with
joy wo behold tho senior solons shorn
of their folly.
THAT HORRIBLE CLA88 MEET.
Our poot, being Inspired by divine
spirits (apricot brandy) wont violent
ly Insane ovor tho freshman-sopho-moro
athletic meet. Wo plibllBh bo
low a good oxamplo of his ravings:
Hero's food for thought that's really
good to eat; tho freshmen and tho
Bophoniores liaya .a moot.
In glancing at tho linos above, you
feel a shock run through your frame,
or, If you fool no shock at all, why,
thon your system is to blame. For,
who can bo bo calm and cold and read
with passlvo staro, tho awful grand
noBB of tho nows that's plainly writ
ton there? Just pause and think
what all this means, this ath(e)lot!c
moot; tho freshmen, victors in tho
fall, 'aro Buroly liard to boat Tho
sophomores tired of dlro defeat (of
this pleaso mako a note), aro out for
blood and all declare thoy'll got tho
froshmon's goat. They loudly claim
In accents wild that ro-vongo must bo
thelrB, nnd when tho love feast has
bogun they'll take tho bill o' fares.
And going through tho bill will coyly
pick out what 1b host, then hand the
frcBhmen what Is loft and lot them
havo the rest. But freshmen only
wink at this, thoy, claim that fato Is
storn, nnd everything tho sophs do
LgoLlIiOYfiurQ havo got to cam. Both
teams aro sure tiio niectMs theirs, and
neither team will shirk. Believo me,
though, tho ope that wins is going to
do somo work.
All members of tho Agricultural
club aro requoBted to meet at Town
sond's at 1 p. m. Saturday to havo
thoir plcturo taken for tho Corn
busker. Charter Day Try-outs.
Try-outs for all events of tho Char
tor day meet will bo held In the
armory this afternoon at 3 o'clock. No
entries will bo mado after thiB tlmo.
11 English club, entertained by Miss
McPhoo and MIbs Pound at 1632
11 Komonsky, talk on Omaha In
dians, M. It. Gilraoro, 8 p. m., tho
11 Sophomoro-froshman Indoor ath
lotlc contest, 8 p. m., tho armory.
11 Basketball, Nebraska vs. Kansas
12 Sunday morning meeting, Phillip
A. Swartz, 9 a. m., Y. M. C. A.
11 Portfolio club, Sara Hayden,
"Chester French," 4 p. m Library
mw nlJVJZ 'A t ,.
Men si meeting, Ceora Lanham,
reader, 3:30 p,m Oliver theater';
HUYLER'S & HUDSON'S
FINE CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS
A NICE DAINTY LUNCH FOR MINE
A nice hot snappy drink on a cold day, and then there are
other soda drinks, too. Egg Drinks, Lemonades, Crushed
Fruits, in fact anything in the drinkable line you might desire.
Dainty Punches for parties, Delicious Brick Ice Cream for
banquets, Hot Drinks, Whipped Cream.
Glee Club Concert
March 3, 1911
PHILLIP A. SWARTZ HERE.
Speaks to Men Sunday Morning In
Tho international secretary of tho
Y. M. C. A. Is visiting Nebraska for
three days in tho Interest of tho stu
dont volunteer movement. Ho mot
tho volunteer band last evening and
is meeting studentfe today at tho Y. M.
C. A. rooms.
All men aro invited to attend tho
mooting Sunday morning at 9 o'clock.,
Mr. Swartz will speak. Every man
should mako an effort to hoar him.
Unanimous Choice of Junior Law
ClaBs for President.
Still maintaining its record for
swiftness in handling its affairs, tho
Junior law class yesterday elected It.
M. Swltzlor of Omaha for president
in loss than three minutes. Mr.
Wundor placed tho name of Mr. Swltz
lor in nomination. A motion closed
tho nominations nnd the secretary
was Immediately Instructed to cast
tho vote of tho class for tho Omaha
man. W. M. Summorvlllo- has been
at tho. head of tho class during tho
FOREST CLUB ANNUAL.
Nebraska Only School to Put Out
Such a Publication.
Work on tho Forest club annum in
-progressing rapidly,-and it Is hoped
io aavo it ready for distribution the
last of this month. Wado It. Martin,
'11, is editor-in-chief, and Richard
Guthrlo, '12, associate editor. , This
is tho third edition of tho Forest club
annual, and will bo larger than the
monxs m rorestry, Nebraska is the
only ono which lm n,,hu,,i ,;
thing of this kind.
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