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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PIIOPICRTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBHA8ICA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. II. DINSMORE
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Entered at tho postofllco at Lincoln,
Nebrauka, iih Becond-clusB mall matter,
under tho Act of CongrcBB of March 3,
MONDAY, MAY G, 1911.
Saturday afternoon tho only big
trnclc meet to be hold on Nebraska
Field will take place. Tho Cornhusk
erB luivo been doing boiho hard train
ing as was plainly shown in tho con
test with Amos. At tho least, Ne
braBka has one of tho host teams In
tho valley. It Is aB worthy of support
as any team In tho country. That a
good Bhowlng will bo made goes with
out tho saying. That tho meet will
bo close Is equally a forogono conclu
sion. Kansas 1b an old enomy and
rival for athletic honors. Nebraska
ber of hours that a student Is allowed
to carry bo cut from eighteen to fif
teen. The work required will bo of a
moro strenuous nature. This would
probnbly bo a good chango, but there
may bo a few objections offered. Tho
rulo In Itself would be all right, but
It should be made clastic. It Is a det
riment to any Institution to havo too
many ironclad rules. It Is both un
just and detrimental not to allow one
who can carry heavier work than the
average to do so.
It would be detrimental to tho unl- j
varsity because It would drive the
most enterprising arid Intellectual
studonts to other schools where they
would be nllowod to take work In nc
cordanco with their capacity. Above
all, Industry Is to bo encouraged and
every studont should be given tho op
portunity to let his mind expand. All
aro not alike nnd nil havo not the
samo number of talents. It Is unwise
to try to mako one do more than he
can or to prevent another from doing
as much as ho can. Tho result In
both cases would bo discouragement.
A closer supervision of tho Individual
can result In no harm. Rigid rules
that must apply to ono extreme or the
other are to bo condemned. All regu
lations should bo made so that they
can bo applied to any circumstances
without doing nny Injustice.
Miss Adeline Amelia Strlckers Sings
at the Temple.
Before a largo audlonce at the Tem
ple theater last evening Miss Adeline
Amelia Strieker, a student with How
ard Kirk patrlck, gavo a recital for
graduation. Miss Strieker was well
ceived and showed considerable tech
nique In her renditions. Tho follow
ing program was given.
Dr. Arno X1710-1778) Under the
Greenwood Tree, Where tho Bee
Gounod Cavatlna, from "Queen of
Brahms O Lleblicho Wangon.
Schubert Im Abendroth.
Oxfords for Men
Tan, Gun and Pat
tent Button and
It was really too bad you had to
break that Ivy day date with her. But
it could not bo helped and so thero
Is no ubc to worry. But let her know
that your heart Is In tho right placo
by taking hor to tho track meet Sat
urday afternoon. Any loyal studont of
tho University of Nebraska would ap
preciate such an Invitation. Bring
your megnphones along and mako a
nolBo, not a wee rah, rah; but a big,
loud, .incessant, hearty yelling. Bo
sports and seo tho Kansas-Nohrnska
Liszt Die Loreley.
Weber Softly Sight tho Breath of
Evening from "Der Frelschuotz."
Sartor Tho Lamp of Love.
Howard Klrkpatrick The Rose
Vino, The Sea Spell.
Strauss Tomorrow, Tho Lover's
Rummel Across tho Hills.
Loohr -Tho Ships that Went a-Sall-lng.
Johns A Sigh, Qur Life is Vain.
Von Flolltz Tho Night Ib Dark,
from "Fair Jessie."
A word lest wo forget. Examina
tions are less than four weeks dis
tant. Don't trust to tho leniency of
any professor, for they aro perilous
creatures In which to roposo such confidence.
'Tho law barbequo Is something now.
Tho lawyers are to bo given a good
tlmo all to thomsolvos. Thoy can
mako all tho nolso they want to at
Capital Beach and tho rights of tho
other departments in University hall
will not bo trespassed upon. All who
can should attend for It means much
to tho lawt school.
COURSES OF STUDY. .
It has been advocated that tho num.
Tho following students have filed
with me tho nocessary statements
and are otherwise, eligible to qualify
as candldntqs for student membership
on tho athletic board for tho year
L. R. Anderson.
H. R. Ankeriy.
W. L. Bates.
Sam R. Buck.
W. T. Carroll.
V. C. Haacall. .
A. H. Hlltnor.
O. W. Miller,
E. S. Munson.
R. M. Switzler.
R. G'. CLAPP,, .
134-4t ' Secretary Athleic Board.
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