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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor S. O. COTNER
Managing Editor A. II. DINSMORK
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hntod reptile. That tho question wns
rnlsed solely for personal reasons 1b
self-evident. Tho "alumni" may have
had their honor restored, but the ac
tlvo students of the University of Ne
braska today demand that theso same
angels of purity bo subjected to the
No punishment Is compensatory, but
nil is preventive, which makes It ex
emplary. Thero are those other thnn
Collins who should come boforo tho
public eye. Tho students have a right
to demand a satisfactory answer ?o
their one question: Why has this not
been brought to light before? Thesi
alumni who poso as tho Bhiolders- of
the good name of our institution, I.i
their own words, have admitted that
they had knowledge of tho transac
tion for several years. Tho crlmlna',
so to speak, comes forth to cleanse
the nnmo of his alma mater from the
blot ho has left upon It himself. Why
does ho come? What sudden repent
ance In this?
Elliott and Westover should be
questioned. The professors who did
not havo tho backbone to put tho'r
accusations in writing should bo nskod
to explain publicly why things have
been Just as they have. ThlB Colllnu
affair Is but an echo of tho past. But
let us have an Investigation of th's
past that will forever remove neces
sity for further suspicion or Inquiry.
Entered at tho postoftlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter,
under th Act of Congress of March 3,
FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1011.
In spite of tho fact that ho has been
declared ineligible, Sidney Collins
scorns to have lost none of his popu
larity. Tho day when tho muck-raker
could bring up Incidents of the half
forgotten past and recolvo tho plaudits
of tho throng is gone. The man who
trios to" sour everything because ho is
sour hlmsolf Is out of date and moro
than that, ho Is tho only one who
does not know It.
Chorrington's talk at tho rally yester
day rang truo. Tho man who dares
DR. SMITH SATURDAY.
Chicago University Professor of Chem
istry to Give an Address.
Professor Denton Dales, of the
chemistry department has addressed
tho following letter to tho university
"Tho university and the department
of chemlBtry will have as their guest
on Saturday, May 27. Dr. Alexander
Smith, professor of general chemistry
in the University of Chicago and
president of tho American Chemical
society. He will give a lecture at
8 o'clock In tho evening on "Tho Bal
nnco Sheet of Scienco" In the physics
lecture room In Braco hall. It is my
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to do what Is right now, not here
after, is the man with the right kind
Do not take a poor seat at tho even
ing performance of tho Benlor play.
You can get a good one at tho matinee.
NOW LET THE ACCU8ER ANSWER.
Collins was guilty and has admitted
that ho received monoy in order that
ho might remain In school. Sinco
such was tho case, no ono seemed sur
prised that CollinB should admit it.
Neither were those of long acquaint
ance with tho controversy Btartled
when Elliott backed tho prosecution,
for it is known that Elliott hated Col
lins worse than human being over
earnest doslro that we havo a large
audience to listen to this eminent
scholar. Can you not be present? I
nm sure that what ho has to say will
bo well worth hearing.
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