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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1912)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Owned and publlnhod by t o University of Ncbrntika througn
THE 8TUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
OhIccb Basomont tho Administration Building.
Postoftlco Station A, CampuH, Lincoln, Nebraska.
NightAuto 3145, Ed. 1036, Bus. Mgr. 4200
8AM R. BUCK, Editor-in-Chief
A. H. Dlntmore, Managing Editor
F. C. McConnell, Assoclato Editor Searlo P. Holmes, Assoclato Editor
Stuart Gould, City Editor E. Leo Updcgraft, Sporting Editor
Merrill Rood L, A. Bechter Hugh Agor
E. C. Nelson
Wallaco B. Troup
William O. Cooloy
Editor, H. Q. Hewitt
W. A. Nolson
J. Lovejoy Linn
Kenneth M. Snyder
VINCENT C. HA8CALL, BU8INE8S MANAGER
C. C. Buchanan, Ant. Bui. Mgr. J. V.' Morrison, Circulation Mgr.
Subscription $2.00 per year. Single copies 5c
Faculty notices and University bulletins published froo.
Entered at tho Postofllco, Lincoln, Nobr., as Bccond class matter under act of
Congress March 3, 1879.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912
AGAIN THE "KNOCK."
Again our attention has boon called
to that worst of collogo posts the
"inside knocker' tho froshman or
sophomore who thinks ho has become
acquainted with all our faults and
weaknesses; who is dissatisfied with
tho school, tho students, and himself;
and knows Just tho collogo to attend
whoro everything 1b lovoly. ..
Needless to say, in his estimation
this collego is not Nebraska.
It was a well-known fraternity Jew
eled who recalled to us a statement
mado by one of our latest crop of
a good many things that go to make
up tho ideal conditions for a college,
but our largest fault is in retaining in
our midBt such brainless sausages as
wo try to indicato hero,, who go about
giving away our weaknesses to tho
enemy, to tho good of no ono and to
tho discredit of us all.
Tho sort of collogo man who would
make such a remark even thoughtless
ly is of tho breed that spends one
half its time on a pool table and the
other on the cold end of a clgarotto.
If thoso muckrakors would devote but
five minutes a day to some sort of
work tending toward tho betterment
of conditions at Nebraska, there would
shortly bo no foundation upon which'
Cluctt Coat Shirts
$1 Shirts 69c, 50c Shirts 29c
Gloves 1-4 off
freshmen in a fratornity houso at a
This man has boon traveling the
collegiate world for a groat many
years, and probably knows or 'is in u
position to know as much about tho
colleges and universities of this coun
try as is tho avorago froshman, and ho
says that while ho does not think Ne
braska is necessarily tho best college
in tho country, which wo all know it
is not, yet it is ono of tho few bottor.
In other words, thoro may bo two
or three or possibly half a dozen who
oxcoll us in ono or more material ways,
but thoro aro several hundrod educa
tional institutions of slzo and influ
ence that foil far behind Nebraska in
tho lino of gonoral recognition tho
Speaking of tho utterance of this
froshman, tho 3owoler qulto properly
Bald: "Why didn't that follow go
somewhere olso In tho beginning? Ho
is manifestly out of placo hero, and
you aro ovorcrowdod, Ho is doing a
whole lot of harm, especially by
'knocking .among studonts of a rival
Unfortunately wo wore unablo to
learn tho' namo of tho studont who
mado tho remark, for wo would Movo
to publish it, Ho has .jt coming to
him, whoever ho is, and it woufd
tickle us to lot him have it.
Wp have our faults, and when
close pressed we will admit them to a
There Is nowhere a perfect Institu
tion of learning. ' Perfection may bo
attained- only In tho comparative de
gree. Here at Nebraska we are lacking In
to faBton tho most pitiable "knock" of
our most dear onomy.
C. H. Froy, florist, 1133 O St.
SPRIG, GEDDLE SPRIG.
. . Sometime during tho darker Hours
of our Last Chance to Sloop, old
Boreas packed up his Icicles and hied
Himself Hence. Not that any Bar
rels of Tears have been Shed about It,
On tho other hand, great Gobs of
Joy yero seen on tho Campus at an
early Hour Yesterday Morning, pre
ceding equally great gobs of mud.
Old Sol crawled out from his Win
ter Shed, and Shed, his Rays promlBCU
ouBly Abroad, and that Soft and Sj
ductlvo Maiden, Chinook, turned on us
tho fragrant Breath of tho South, and
now all tho Suscoptlblo Younglings of
tho Male persuasion are licking their
Lips ahd hunting up last year's Mos-quito-bito
euro in Anticipation of tho
Joys of Goddlo Sprig.
Meanwhile wo will wade mud.
Thus endeth tho first book.
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printing of all kinds.
So much favorablo comment has
boon receiver in thlB,r office upon tho
appearanoo of an editorial upon tho
''Library StepB," that in justice to Mr.
Holmes wo publicly indict him as the
author, and It Is also only fair to
stato that ho is responsible for most
of the "good" stuff that appears In this
portion of tho hand bill.
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GLEANERS and DYERS fc.iS,Bv.
Weber Sultorlunv 1100 O St.
11:00 a. m.
Convocation. Band concert. Me
11:30 a. m.
Missouri Club. Memorial Hall.
Omaha Club. Memorial Hall.
5:00 p. m. "
Dr. Anno Burnet on "Tho New
Profession." Y, W. C. A. rooms.
Rev. S. Mills Hayes. Art Hall.
11:00 a. m.
Dr. Jenkins Lloyd Jones.
Dr. Alexander. Art Hall.
5:00 p. m.
Convocation. Vesper services.
8:00 p. m.
Band Concert. Oliver Theatre.
Shower baths at Green's Barber
Shop, 120, No. 11th.,
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
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