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THE DAILY NEBBASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
TUB PROPERTY OP
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
'THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor ,...8. O. COTNER
MannKlnt' Editor A. II. DINSMORE
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Asaoclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
BUSINESS STAFF, '
Manager V. 0. HASCALL
Asalstant Managor....C. C. BUCHANAN
Clrculntlon Mnnagor....J. V. MORRISON
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Society and Personal.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nobraalm Hall ,....11. C. HOUGH
Sciences nnd German.. E. J. HUBERMAN
Engineering........ R. A. HUNTINGTON
Agricultural E. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Tomplo A. C. DAVIS
Assistant Reporters V. A. STURM
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
MARCH 9, 1011
ARE WALKS TO RIDE ON?
An ordinance prohibits the riding of
bicycles on tho sidewalks of tho city
of Lincoln. Tho university Booms to
be an exception and the two-wheeled
podoniotor has become a pest. It Is
lTdaerr-up and doVrn the wnllfinff air
hours In a bold, haughty manner and
has become an ulsance. Students hur
rying to and from classes are obliged
to turn out and let the bicycle pass.
Many outsldo tho university have
found It convenient to cut across tho
campus and have llttlo regard for
$4.00 and $5.00
Tho riding of blcycleB on tho walks
of the campus should be stopped. The
walks wore not built for race tracks or
pleasure drives, but Tor the convent
ence or the university public. Of
what use aro walks when those who
should use them aro obliged to step
off onto tho grass In order to accom
modate the bicycler? Some faculty
members have found the prnctlce con
venient. Measures should be tnken to
put tho bicycles off the wnlks.
The library building Is a placo for
study. It wob not the Intention of the
designers that It should be used as a
gossip-bug Incubator. Tho Btonch ere
ateil somo time ngo by tho acts of
mlscronntB wnB bad enough, but it
finally disappeared. The gossip. Infec
tion on the contrary shows no Blgns
of ceasing. It is becoming more an
noying every day to those who wish
Itr-iB-no credit to tho university to
have a large number of men and wo
'.ment out on the front steps, but they
might as woll be there as on tho in
sldo bothering everyone else. Both
sexes seem to have found1 it conveni-
and to pass the time away in anything
unprofitable. This" condition has- bo-
como Intolerable and if theso people
have not enough flelf-rcBnonBlblllty to
Insure proper conduct on their part,
they ehoiihl bo refused admission) to
the library, If It wcro possible for the
university authorities to keep a care
ful watch on each student, a few
might have a special guardian appoint
ed to nBslBt them. Strenuous meas
ures may bo necessary, but if patrons
of the library will conform them
selves to the rules and regulations,
there would be no more trouble.
Today the first games of the first
high school basketball tournament will
be played In tho Armory. This Is a
university undertaking and is worthy
of support. Step over nnd see one of
tho games this afternoon and see
what the high school boys can do. Size
iip Xhe. jnaterlaLthat-AvllL probably
compose tho CornhuBker five In a few
years. Tho gameB are going to be ex
citing and fast. The high school
game permits more of a chance for tho
faster open play than the college
game. This fact should operate more
to attract than to dissuade attendance.
PI DELTA EP8ILON GATHER8.
Meet in Cornhusker Office and Discuss
PI Delta Epsllon, tho honorary
newspaper fraternity, mot In the
Cornhusker ofTlco last evening nt G
o'clock. A largo number were present
and the holding of a banquet was dls-
ciiBscd. Although the question waB
gono over thoroughly no definite action
waB taken. But tho banquet will
probably not be held until some time
A. I. E. E. MEETING TONIGHT.
Professors Stout arid Towne Will
Speak on Interesting Subjects.
A meeting of tho A.I.EJ. IE wlITbe
held tonight at 7:30 in M. E. 206.
Prof. O. V. P. Stout will spealc on
"Hydraulic Engineering." and Prof. T.
W. Towne on "Structurol Engineer
ing." This meeting is open to tho pub
lic and should be of especial Interest
'9 Platform club, debate on woman's
suffrage, Temple, 9:30 p. m.
9 Convocation, Mrs. Grenfall, ox
state superintendent ofColorado,
11 a. m.
9, 10, 11 Interstate high school bas
.ketbnll tournament, Armory.
9-Junlor-senlor lnterclnss debate,
U106, 7:30 p. m.
8Howard S. Elliott nt Y. M. C. A.
mid-weeks meeting, Temple, 6:50
10 Vesper service, Memorial hall, 5
11 Catholic Students' club, music
room, Temple, 8 p. m.
16 Annual junior class convocation,
Temple, 11 a. m.
18 Junior play, "A Message from
Mars," Oliver theater, 8:15 p. m.
21 Convocation, Dr. Louise Pound on
24 Union Literary society play at
TAKE CIVIL 8ERVICE EXAM8.
Forestry 8tudents Who Are Successful
to Be Assigned Positions.
Five students In the department of
forestry, are taking the civil service
examinations for positions In the
United States forestry service. The
examinations began yesterday and will
continue until this evening. If stu
dents taking them nre successful, they
will probably bo assigned to positions
at the close of the school year. Those
taking tho examinations are David Q.
White, Plattsmouth; John Boyse, Lin
coln; O. P. Swonson, Holdrege; L. H.
Douglns, Lincoln, nnd L. L. Bishop,
Superior. At present Nebraska Js well
represented In tho forest service, sev
eral of tho Nebraska graduates holding
responsible positions with tho govern
ment, both at Washington nnd In the
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