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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911.
For tho first tlmo in many yoarB,
tho UnlvorBlty of NobraBka 1b to bo
host to a MlBBourl Unlvoralty football
team tomorrow. With tho team will
doubtloBB como a fow faithful rootors.
Our flrat duty to Missouri 1b, of
courao, to mako bIx or aovon touch
downs, so that wo may Bhow tho
.Sho.w Mo crowd In what manner wo
do thliiRS In NobraBka.
Our next duty, howovor, Is to mako
thorn forgot tho doroat, providing of
courao that wo fulfill our first duty.
Tho manner of tho lattor should bo
It Is a groat strldo toward ovontual
studont solf government, to bo fol
fowed by many others, lot us hope.
. NEW8 OF THE COLLEQE8.
Tho Dramatic club of tho Unlvor
alty of Minnesota Is preparing 'Rlv
oro's maBtorpIeco, "Magistrate" It
Ib tho first play of Ub kind over at
tomptod by collogo amatourB.
Tho froBhman class of tho Univer
sity of Pennsylvania gavo a monBtrous
banquet In honor of tho twonty-ono
ProBldont Taft In a apooch at Kan
sas Stato University, said that tho
morals of largo universities aro high
er today than ovor before.
Bvdd the Lincoln Hatter
JitBt as doclslvo and oftcctlvo as that
of doing tho formor. Lot It not bo
said by tho returning MlssourlanB that
thoro waB anything In tho Missouri
Nebraska gamo that Bhould not havo
boon thoro according to. tho ruloB.
Following out tho policy advocated
by Chancollor Avory Blnco his arrival
at tho hoad of tho Unlvorslty, a con
foronco has Just boon hold by and bo
twoon representatives of both Btu
donts and faculty, to dlBCUBB and adopt
If possible, a policy of concentrating
Tho conforenco has roBulted In an
attompt to bring about this certainly
to bo doslrod end, by curtailing tho
number of smaller and organizational
Boclal ovonta that of lato years havo
como crowding bo fast upon tho at
tontlon of tho atudonts.
In our opinion this marks a groat
advanco in tho rolatlons of tho facul
ty to tho studonts at Nebraska.
It would havo boon equally offoctlvo
In tho direct roBUlt attained, If the
UnlvorBlty aonato had simply passed
a rule saying that certain things
or should not bo dono.
That Is tho old way, but not Chan
collor Avery's way.
Ho believes that tho University Ib
mado up of studonts and faculty allko,
and that within reasonable limits, tho
wishes of tho students should be con
sidered In, faculty regulation of social
Honco this conforenco; honco this
result. Tho rulo is mado, tho dates
established for all tlmo to como. A
precedent has been sot, and faculty
and, student allko havo had a hand In
the, doing of all theqo things.
Ono studont out of ovory five at tho
Unlvoralty of Pennsylvania 1b oarn
Ing olthor all or most of hla way
A conforonco of agricultural oxton
slon workers Is In progress at Purduo.
Walter E. Baker of Syracuse Unl
vorslty, was awarded ono of tho flfty
nino Carnoglo medalB. Baker Is a
sophomore, 20 years of ago, and ho
won tho modal by rescuing two girls
All tho undorgraduato studonts of
Cornell University meet at a down
town hotol boforo tho football games
and follow tho cadet band from
thero to tho field.
Tho atudont wolfaro commlttoo of
tho University of California has do
cldod to try tho plan of dividing tho
largor classes for final examination.
Tho planB for tho Northwestern
yoar book, Tho Syllabus, havo booh
completely changed and tho coming
edition Is expected to bo one of tho
best ovor published.
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