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THE DAILY INEBRASKAN
Owned and publjiihod by the University of Nobroka through
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OmcTB, Basemont tho Administration Building.
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A. H. Dlnumoro. Mannglng Editor Ralph B. Doud, City Editor
F. O. MoConncll Assocluto Editor, Stunrt Gould, Sporting Editor
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Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notices and Unlvoralty bullotlna published 'frco.
- Entered at tho Poatomcc, Lincoln, Nebr., na second cIiisb matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1870.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1011
In tho columns of yostorday's No
braaknn wns a nows itom recording
tho fact that a co-ed, following tho
oxamplo of an an uppor-class friend,
had boon dlacovorod plagorlzlug.
ThlB brings up again tho much mooted
question of student government.
Studont government has boon found
successful In tho oxtromo at Prlnco-
ton, Wisconsin and a fow other of our
great unlvorsltlos. It has boon found
n falluro at many moro, wo bollovo.
Tho reason Is hard to got at. It
sooms to us that as a plain bviBlncsB
proposition, cheating In class work or
examinations Is InoxcuBablo.
Although abstlnonco from fomlnlno
caresscB Is not one of ' tho require
ments of tho competition, young Mr.
Bonnott assorts ho novor kissed a
girl oxcopt thoso In his own family.
Do you qualify? If so como to tho
Rag ofllco, wo would llko to look you
over. Llkowlso wo havo a standing
prlzo of ton conts for tho person who
gets by with It.
FRENCH DEPARTMENT GROWING,
Two Additional Instructors Are Added
to tho Faculty.
Tho French department In tho Uni
versity haB boon strengthened by tho
addition of two Instructors, 'Miss An-
ENGLISH DERBIES VEL
OUR SOFT FINISHED
HATS,ALWAYS, 1415 O
Tho penalty for choatlng Is ordinar
ily lmmodlato oxpulBlon with a diB
honorablo dlschargo, from tho univer
sity. Such a punlahmont casts a cloud
ovor a groat many of tho years of a
young man or woman's life. It Is a
stigma that Is hard to romovo, and It
falls not only on tho culprit, but upon
his parents and his frlonds.
Tho penalty for flunking an exami
nation or a courBo Id simply that of
ro-roglstratlon and taking another
trial tho first tlmo that courso Is pre
sented. Which sooms tho moro buslnoBB-llko,
leaving out of consideration all ques
tion of right and wrong to tako a
chanco at cribbing or copying, with
expulsion as tho ponalty for discov
ery, or to- mako a clean, honest guoBB
and flunk Jlko a gentleman or lady If
you havo guessed wrong?
Wo can seo but ono answer to that
Wo do not bollovo in cribbing of any
sort, bocauso in tho flrBt placo It Is
unfair to yourself, your instructor and
your frlonds, and In tho second placo
bocauso it Bhows a lack of human In
telligence as to what Is and what is
not worth a rlBk.
To crib is to use exceedingly bad
dra and MIbb Cora Swift. Miss Andra
is a graduate of tho university, being
a mombor of tho class of 1907. Sho
spent hor tlmo slnco hor graduation
In teaching &t Kingfisher College, Ok
lahoma. MIbb Swift is a graduate of Ann
Arbor and spent last Bummer in Paris,
whoro sho was a student under cele
Tho retiring toachora are doing well.
Miss Emma S woozy, who taught here
last year, Is now in chargo of tho
French work at tho Lincoln High
Boston, Mass., No. 5. (Special.)
Having passed his twenty-first birth
day witfrout having used "cuss words,"
touched drink, or indulged In tobacco,
Howards TJ. Bennett has boon present
ed r handsome gold" watch. The
watch 1b given from a fund estab
lished by Charles D. Rood for tho pur
pose of "encouraging good habits.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
The Reason Why
There is a reason for everything. Come in and let
us explain to you the reason ft we can build you a
$25 Suit or O'coat for
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS
1218 O STREET
Attention to the Opening of
Bert Sturm's New 8-Chair Barber Shop
Most Modern, Sanitary Shop and tho Finost Fixtures Wost of Chicago
Manicuring Cigars. Uni Students Welcome. 110 South 18th St.
FLODEEN & BRETHOUWER
129 South Eleventh St., Lincoln, Neb.
Every man who cares anything at all about his personal appearance knows
that only a first-class merchant tailor can furnish tho sort of clothes that will
glvo him that look of distinction that a woll-groomed and well-dressed man
shows. At 129 So. 11th Street tho firm of Flodeon & Brothouwor maintains
a largo show window that is always filled with a lino of goods that aro equal
to tho display of any tailoring establishment to bo found In tho west. Tho
prices quoted on these goods attract attention, and tho workmanship and fit
is all that could bo doslred. Horo you can buy tailor-made goods at hand-me-dowa
WATCH FOR THE
Bakery and Cafe
We cater to Students trade.
1325 to 1331 N Street
GEO, SHAFFER, Prop
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARBER SHOP
SIX CHAIRS ll MO WAITING
Best Barber Shop in the West
la Basement O Street Entrance
Auditorium, November 11th.
Sousa and his band havo returned
from their tour of tho Antipodes and
on their way east they will stop hero
long enough to glvo two concerts at
tho Auditorium on Novombor 11th.
Tho famouB conductor and composer
deolares that ho has had an enjoyable
trip, but ho assorts that if hiB reputa
tion depended only on marches and
if ho wub asked to go around tho
world playing marches ho would step
out ahd jotiro. "I have mado some
roputation from tho standpoint of
versatility and progress," says Sousa,
"and to follow tho traditional lino Is
not for mo. I flatter myself I havo
built up a new Instrumental composi
tion that can comparo with tho best
Bymphpny orchestra in tho world, and
I would never agreo to confine myself
to ono kind of composition or ono
composer, ovon though that composer
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best is Always the Cheapest
1322 N St. Auto 1292 ' Bell 147
CLEANERS and DYERS G-&n"
Nov. lO, 1911
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