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THE DAILY NEBRASRAN
THE DAILY NEBRASJCAN
T1IIC 1'IIOPERTY OP -THE
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor..... 8. O. COTNER
MawiKlrw Editor.... ...A. II. DINSMORE
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Sciences and Oormun..E. J. IIURERMAN
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Agricultural E. H. GRAVES
T.uv A. C. SCHMIDT
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.MARCH 2, 1011.
ATTEND THE LEGISLATURE. '
A row nro tnkliiK advantage of the
opportunity to attend tho sessions of
"llTo "TSftiaiHiiirc: Kvery-tlnyBtndonts
may he Boon about the state house,
hut tho number Ib altogether too
small. A groat deal of good can he
dciivod from spending a few hours
at either the house of representatives
or the senate. .Mutters are being dis
cussed every day which are of tho ut
most Importance to the stnte and Its
people. The questions are doolt with
from u practical and scientific view-
New $4 and $5
No strap, 1 strap
and 2 strap. . . .
point, and because of the large num
ber who take part there Is no phase
of these problems which is not
brought up. Bosldes being Instruc
tive, the sessions are Interesting and
entertaining, and many humorous In
cidents break tho monotony.
The opportunity to attend the legis
lature comes once In two years. Tho
University of Nebraska is fortunate
in being located at tho capital where
it can havo theso .advantagQs. Many
of the Institutions in other states tro
situated at a distance from tho seat of
government and It is necosBary to
make special excursions. Thero Is no
necessity for this at Nebraska and it
Is left to the Individual to use his
time to the bem advantage. One of
theso nice days when you do not care
to do hard wprk and Just want to Bit
around to loaf, make a trip to tho
state house and spend the time in a
profltablo as well as an entprtaining
If there Ib anything in tho "dope,"'
a treat is in Btore for the music lovors
or Lincoln. The program of tho Glee
,say the least.
It seems like the number of frolor.
nlties at Nebraska has almost reachod
the limit. If there are too many -It
Vougd bo Imppsstblc to maintain n
hlgh standnrd In personnel. So many
men will bo required ovory year thai
alt tho competition will be on the side
of tho fraternities, desiring pledges.
A state of circumstances will be cre
ated which Is hardly desirable. The
organizations should not bo placed in
tho position of looking for the men,
but It should rather be the ense of
the men looking for the fraternity
The present number Is not likely to
bo a disadivantnge since tho school is
Increasing in attendance, If a stand
ard of excellence Is maintained. It is
not desirable to havo every mnn in
tho school a member of some frater
nity, and further organization along
this lino should be dono with caution.
Lecturer for Woman's Suffrage at Con
vocation. Dr. Burton 0. Aylosworth, lecturer
and organizer for tho Natlonnl Wo
man's Suffrage 'association, is to be
tho speaker at convocation this morn
ing. Dr. Aylesworth has served as
president of Drnko unlvorslty and of
tho Colorado agricultural collcgo and
Is a well known public speaker.
JUNIORS AND FRESHMEN MEET.
Two Class Conventions to Be Pulled
Off This Morning.
Two class meetings are scheduled
for this morning. The freshmen are
to meet at 11:. '10 o'clock in Memorial
hall and the juniorB will meet at tho
same time In the Temple theater to
choose their minor olllcers. Commit
tee announcements will be made and
otlieu..HitnilrxJiiui(ftjesjB attended to.
Grlnnell Defeats Iowa.
(Irlnnell, Iowa, March 1. Iowa state
university and Grlnnell college basket
ball teams gavo an exhibition ol
strength nnd skill here Monday night,
which ended 21 to 10 In favor or Grln
nell. The game wnB rough,, becoming
at times a football game with tho old
The Ladles' Sample
1415 0 St. Up Stairs
2 Convocation, Professor Ayles
worth, ex-6olorado agricultural
college, 11 a. m.
2 Junior class election, Temple,
11; 30 a', m.
2 Freshman class olectlon, Memo
rial hall, 11:30 a. m.
2 Cosmopolitan club, science hall,
Temple, 7:30 p. in.
3 Vesper service, Memorial hall, G
3 University Glee Club, Oliver the
ater, 8 Students' Debating club, U106, 11
4 Agricultural club, U binding, 8
4 Intcrfrat me.pt, Armory, '8 p. m,
4 Tegner society, science hall, Tern
nle. 8 p. m.
9, 10 11 Interstate high school bas
ketball tournament, Armory.
18 Junior play, "A Message, from
Mars," Oliver theater, 8:15 p. m.
23 "University Cadet band contort.
GERMAN CLUB ELECT8.
Officers Chosen and Eight Students
Taken Into Membership.
At its last meeting the Deutsche
Geselligo Vereln elected the following
officers: President, Jettie Taylor;
vice-president, Ruth Itinohart; sccre-tnry-treasurer,
Eight students were also elected to
tho club, to complete the full quota of
membership. Those chosen were
Misses Louise Curtis, Frances Dun
ham,' Grace Gannon, Florence Grim,
Ella Morrison and Julia Schulte. and
Messrs. Andrew Juhl and Hofeldt.
BRANNON MAKES APPOINTMENTS
President Earl W. Hrannon. npwly
elected presiding o nicer of the fresh
man class, has announced his appoint
ments on the committees for the sem
ester. Tho freshmen are planning to
organize a baseball team for the in
terclass games that is calculated to be
a winner, and a committee Iiob been
selected). to push the work of organiza
tion. Following is the list of commit
tees as announced by Brannon:
Danco Committee David Meeker,
chairman; Kenneth Wherry, mastor
of ceremonies, and John Bnlrd, Floy
Shumway, Arthur L. Hickman nnd
Interclnss Baseball Clayton An
drews, chairman; Leslie Lewis. Robert
Track Athletics Dave lteavis,
chairman; George Reavls, F. II. Stry
kor. Interclass Athletic Board Fremont
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