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THE DAILY .NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor....'. 4. ...8. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. H. DINSMORE
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AaBOclato Editor RICHARD MEYER
Manager V. C. HASCALL
Assistant Manager.... C. C. BUCHANAN
Circulation Manager.... J. V. MORRISON
Athlotlcs nnd Military.. T. J.'lIARQRAVE
Society and Pomona!.. F. C. McCONNELL
Nobraska -unii 11. '-. xiuuuu
Eiiglnc6rlng....;...R. A. HUNTINOTON
Agricultural E. II. GRAVES
Law A. C. SCHMIDT
Library nnd University Hall-.H. S. HUSE
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K. S. WHERRY
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under tho Act of Congress of March 3,
MARCH 21, 1911.
With a yelp, u howj, and a torrify--In;-noiao
il lm Jumped,.-into out
midst. It gomes not from tho sago
brush nor tho westorn wilds, but tho
nnlinal Is of university parentage
Tho "Kioto" Is a new literary maga
zine of tho university and makes its
homo with tho English club. Wo arej
glad' to wolcomo It, believing thut it
is to fill a field long vacant. It is
something that is nocded. Tho liter
ary geniuses can now show thoii
prowess. May tho Kioto bo as in
dustrious ub tho stealthy animal of
Do you want Junior Week to bo a
permanorit thing in tho University of
Nebraska? Tho convocation and tho
play woro what was wanted. In re
ality tho play was tho only new Un
dertaking this year, but it wob well
worth the while. It Is something that
requires brains and talent. Nolthor
genius nor ability are needed in getting
up a dance in which tho dressmaker
and tho tailor arc most prominently
represented. Wo wonder now how
tho annual danco could not havo boon
WEST POINT VACANCIES.
Congressmen of First and SecondT
Districts May Appoint.
As a supplement to. the recent mem
orandum Issued by tho department of
military Bcionco relative to tho num
ber of vacancies in tho grado of sec
ond lioutonant to bo filled, an exam
ination for which will bo held in July
at Fort Leavenworth, tho following
announcement was mado last night:
"United States congressmen, from
tho First and Sixth districts of Ne
braska, havo eacli a vacant cadotshlp
at tho United Stutos military acad
omy. Any ono desiring to bo a candi
date should apply to these congress
men. Tho examination will bo held
at Fort Leavenworth on May 2, 1911.
Dotails regarding the snmo can be ob
tained from tho commandant."
PLAY FOR GERMANS.
Oeutscher Vcreln Will Present One-
Tho DeutBcher.Voroln will hdlfl itH
regular bi-weekly meeting at tho
Temple banquet room Wednesday
evening at 7:45. Several matters of
Importance will come up at this timo,
and ovory member of tho club is
nskod to bo there. An Interesting pro
gram has. been arranged. Tho ,, prin
cipal event will bo the presentation
of tho ono-act comedy in Gorman of
"Elnor M.US8 Hoiraten." Tho cast
consists of tho Misses Sc'hultz and
1415 O St,
the prairies from which the cognomen
is derived. Hoping you have good for
, aging, Mr. Klote, we hereby say,
. NOT ALL TO BLAME.
Tho authorities of tho university
havo beon receiving an undue amount
of unjust criticism from the press and
public in general for allowing profee
sors to go to other places for higher
wageB. Every tlmo ono of tho faculty
members severs his connection with
Nebraska there comes the general
cry, "Why not pay more and koop
tho good men." Perhaps tho salaries
paid by Nebraska aro not bo high as
those given by Bomo other institu
tion's. But that is not tho 6nly reason
why men aro withdrawing and going
to enBtorn schools.
' Every effort was mado to retain
Dean Richards, A salary as good as
that offered by Illinois was tendered.
But It was rofused because greater
opportunities were to be bad in an
other state. Nobraska Is not on in
, dustrlal state; and there is little
8cienco to make money outside of his
regular employment as a professor,
This 1b "a condition that can not be
met by the university. - Nebraska can
not bo oxyectod to dbublo its salaries
to make up for the 'Blde money" at
Schulte, Edward Huwaldt and George
Fuchs. Tho sketch 1b cleverly carried
out, the situations aro very funny and
pleasing and the actors efllcient in
their roles after soveral weeks of
training. All friends who aro inter
ested are cordially invited to nttond.
18 Y. W. C. A. pageant of missions,
Temple, 3 to 5 p. m.
18 Agricultural club, illustrated lec
turo on Germany, by Professor
18 Junior play, "A Message from
Mars," Oliver theater, 8:15 p. m.
21 Convocation, Dr. Louise Pound on
21 Wrestling, Iowa vs. Nebraska, at
Iowa City. "
21 Tegner meets at tho Temple, 8
24 Annual gymnastic exhibition,
, Armory, 8 p. m.
27 Mid-semester examinations begin.
8 Union Literary society play, at
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