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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1912)
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THI DAILY HKBRAIXAN
Published by tho Studont Publica
tion Board of tho University of Ne
braska. EDITORIAL STAFF
Editor SEARLE P. HOLMES
Managing Edltor.EARLE H. TAYLOR
AsBoolato Editor. FRED McCONNELL
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Managor CO. BUCHANAN
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Entorod at tho poiitomco at Lincoln,
Nobrnskn, jib Bocond-olass mall matter,
undo? tho Act of Congress of March 3,
TUESDAY, PEBRURY 27, 1912.
THE 8UNDAY NIGHT FU88ER.
Tho night waB dark, tho wind was
strong, tho snow whirled through tho
air. No man did havo tho courago long
to light tho Btorm out thoro; yot, from
tho flrosldo warm and choory; from
tho frat houBO all aglow, tho brothers,
of oaoh othor growing woary, out a
fuBBing all did go. Tho sorority
houBos did rocoivo thorn, thoso goodly
mon from ovory frat; tho glrlB, thoy
Jollied and thoy joshed thorn till it was
tlmo for "Horo's your hat." Now tho
storm was still a-blowlng and tho
stroot cars had long quit; mothlnks
tho wind was Btrongor growing whon
tho boys for homo did hit. Ah! tho
trip! 'tis boyond tho tolling; for
through thoso drifts of high banked
snow, through that galo much Btrongor
swolllng, tho rampant fusBors had to
go. And whon thoy roachod tho
choory flrosldo, of tho frat -bo. dear
thoy thought thoy, half frozen still
abide, each for his Monday classes
CAMPUS V8. CLA88ROOM.
Tho division of a studont's tlmo be
twoon Campus and Classroom presents
a porploxing quostlon. Should ono do
voto tho timo which ho has froo for
study ontlroly to his books? Should
ho preparo his work as quickly as pos
sible, bo as to mako way for athlotlcs,
dramatics or social activities, or
should ho assign to oaoh a porportlon
Cloarly'tho solution of tho problom
Hob In tho last alternative, which, at
best, Is vaguo. Tho 'determination of a
proportionate tlmo doponds much on
tho projudlcos of tho ono making it;
tho athloto has llttlo difficulty In per
suading himself that physical develop"
ment will host proparo him to grapplo
with llfo; tho embryo' actor or actross
basks' in the assurance that tho self
confidence, and baso and grace of man
ner will olimlnato tho nocoBslty of
oven knocking at tho door of that
greater stago tho world; tho fussor
or fussoross with epicurean glasses
gazes at tho world's parlor and dining
room, and anticipates innumerablo.
conquests therein. And so it Is with
tho "grind" who looks askanco at his
moro frivolous associates, and socrotly
pities thorn in their montal suicidet
Thus tho quostlon presents Itself, ap
pearing in a different light to every
ono who considers It (It seoras neces
sary to say "oyoryono ,who considers
it," for it must bo admitted, that thorp"
In White and Tan
Buck, Tans, Gun,
Ooze, Patents, Etc.
are many who never find tlmo for con
sideration.) It Js tho subject qt innumerablo dis
cussions, a wealth of matorlal for tho
young odltor, a joy to tho heart of tho
class day orator, a fortllo topic for tho
rhetoric professor, and in splto of this
constant use, a llvo question, ono
which admits of further Investigation.
ATHLETIC REPORTER NEEDED.
Tho "Rag" Is badly in noed of n re
porter who can furnish athlotic nows.
This featuro of tho paper has boon
Bomowhat neglected of lato, duo not
only to a lack of matorlal, but to tho
absonco of anyono who is sufficiently
a6qualntcd with sports to writo Intel
ligently about them.
This position must bo filled Immedi
ately, nnd by a capablo man, ono who
is familiar with tho customs of tho
school, tho conforonco rulings, tho
coaches and the prominent athlotcs.
Applicants aro asked to fllo their
applications with tho editor any aftor
noon botweon 3:30 nnd 5:00 p. m.
EXAMINING NEBRASKA CLAYS.
Professor Borrowman Engaged In Val
uable Commercial Work.
Professor Borrowman of tho Chem
istry department is engaged in somo
rosoarch work that will add conaldor
ablo data to tho geological knowledge
of Nobraska, as woll as dotermino
facts of commercial Importance, Ho
has undertaken tho oxaminatlon of
cortain clays of tho stato with tho ob
ject of ascertaining their chemical
and physical characteristics and suit
ability for tho various clay products
comont, brick, tllo, torra cotta, pot
tory, otc. A gas fired kiln has been
sot up in tho assay laboratory and
much of tho matorlal will bo subjected
to practical tests. Professor Barbour
Is aiding in tho work by affording
geological information and tho facili
ties of tho United States Geological
Survey, which aro at IiIb disposal. ..
TEAM MAKE8 CLEAN 8WEEP.
Cornhuskers Take All Four Games
from Drako and Ames.
Tho iNobraska basketball team re
turned Monday morning from an all
victorious trip to Drako and Amos.
Four gamos woro played In threo days
and tho players woro well tired out
whon thoy arrived in Lincoln. Ac
cording to reports, Amos put up a
hardor light than had boon oxpeotod,
holding tho 'Nebraska team to. scores
of 31 to 21 and 31 to 12. Fast and
offootlvo team work on tho part of tho
Nobraska player's characterized all
Finish Religious Census.
Tho Mon's Religious Movomont;
which has boon taking a consQs of tho
oity in order to find put how many mon
and boys thoro aro that do not attend
somo church and Biblo school, finished
that work Monday. Sunday, though
tho blizzard mado tho work difficult,
ovor flvo hundred business mon and
UnlvorBlty students woro working in
all parts' of tho city and tho surround
Academy Meets Wesleyan.
Tho Lincoln Academy basketball
team plays ther Wesleyan Academy,
Tuesday ovonlng, at WeBloyan. Tho
gamo which tho two teams played at
tho City Y. M. C. A. Jast Tuesday re
sulted in a. victory for Wesleyan, 82
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