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THE DAILY NEB,RA,S,KA.N
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TIIK UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
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FEBRUARY 28- 10u-
A LITTLE CRITICI8M.
('rUlctam In Itself 1b an cBsontinl,
but, novortholeBB, 1b n thing which
can b6 'followed too fnr. In which ovoftt
It becomes knocking pure and simple.
-W.hen.rfiueh Is the casc tw gtiod can
come of It and the autnor becomes
more obnlxloua than benellclal. It is
unnoceBaary to explore Into the cauBes,
for tho Injury results retfnrdleBB 0f tne
motive or explanation offored.
Captain Hutchinson seems to have
been pursued, with a vengeance In the
columns of the State Journal of late.
The contributor of theao athletic
nrtlcle8would do well to become ac
quainted with the game. He will find
that many of tho greatest basketball
players seldom make n coal. Their
efllciency is In their nblliiy to pass and
get tho ball to somo other player who
is in n position to nfako the basket
more easily. The Nebraska captain
mlxeB in the play all tho time. His
speed makes it essential that he be
iiTlho game every minute. Olbson Ib
not so fast on his feet and is more
sure for tho basket. That Is the rea
son that be is played1 in tho pivot posi
tion instead of the captain. Because
Hutchinson does not Btar in goal
throwing tho city paper thinks bo is
"mlsorable." It is safe to say Jthat no
such opinion exists among tho follow
ers oT Th'tTgnTire.
TO SEE SOROLLA'S PAINTINGS.
Miss Hayden Goes to Chicago to View
.Miss Sara Hayden, art director of
tho university, has secured a leavo of
absence from ber classes to attend
tho exhibitions of tho work of Sorolla,
on vlow nt Chicago this week. Tho
presence In thlB country of the now
works of tho greatest artlstB of tho
present time Is considered nn event of
remarkable1 Interest In tho nrt world.
Mlssi Hayden made a Bpcclnl Btudy of
tho works of Sorolln during the sum
mer she spent in Spain a few years
ago. The present exhibition has been
brought directly to Chicago and con
slsts entirely of new" works completed
since his visit to this country three
yoarB ngo, and the great artist him
self Ib with tho exhibition. Miss Hay
den will be absent from the city about
NEBRA8KA WOMAN AT JENA.
To Take Degree of Doctor of Phlloso-
phy from German College.
Winnlfred Hyde, who graduated
from tho University of Nebraska In
1300, is about to tako her degree as
doctor of philosophy at tho University
of Jena, one of tho leading univorsi-
OH YOU Oodles
SHOES! women 1415 0 St.
While this paper could hardly be
charged with harboring personal feel
lug In the matter, and it may bo an
oversight. It Is salll a grievous error.
The Nebraska mnn'B playing in the
first half of .the game Friday night is
described ns "miserable" In the Sat
urday morning paj:er. In the Sunday
Issue of the same publication there
is no such direct comment, but every
little inlBplay is mentjonal, while noth
ing is Bald to reflcci merit. ThlB is
the way his work In the Saturday
gunio Ib summed up: "Then Hutchin
son was declared fouling and Kansas
tied at 17 points. . A second foul by
Hutchinson gave Kansas ono point
lead. Hutchinson tried for singlo arm
throws and repeatedly missed."
Everyone present at the Kansas
gomes who is acquainted with basket
ball and knows good playing when he
sees it, can not help but revolt at this
criticism. It Is entirely .unwarranted.
In fact, 'Hutchinson mode few tries
for baskets at a long distance and it
was generally when there was little
chance of a successful pass to another
player. The little captain's floor work
was a feature of the game. It Is not
basket throwing that wins tho game.
'oam?work countafQ.n formore. In
breaking up1 plays Hutchinson ; was a
star, and when it -came to jvassing his
equal was not on tho floor.
tics of Germany. Miss Hyde has been
abroad flvo years, having attended
Bryn Mawr and Cornell universities
arter graduation at Nebraska and be
fore going to Germany. Miss Hyde's
thesis was on "The Pragmatic Move
ment In America," and was very high
ly praised by the university. MIbb
Hyde has not confined, her work. to
philosophy. She discovered after
leaving this country that she was pos
sessed of a high Boprano voice of fine
quality and has spent some time in itf
oulturo. She Is oxpected to return to
ker homo In March.
28 Basketball, Missouri vs. Nebraska,
Armory, 8 p. m.
28 Convocation, Professor Chatburn,
"Tho Road Situation in Nebras
ka," 11 a. m.
28 Senior meeting, olectlon of Ivy
day oratori Memorial hall, 11:30
2 Convocation, Professor Ayles-
worth oxrColorado agricultural
college, lOTTST" "T? r
3 University Glee Club, Oliver theater.
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