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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
PubllBhod by tho Studont Publica
tion Board of tho Unlvoralty of Ne
braska. EDITORIAL 8TAFF
Editor 8EARLE F. HOLMES
Managing Editor. EARLE H. TAYLOR
ABBodato Editor. FRED McCONNELL
AsBocloto Editor... DURTON S. HILL
Manager C. C. BUCHANAN
ABB't Manager... JAME8 MORRISON
Circulation Manager LEO BREBN
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Entered at tho poatodlco at Lincoln,
Nebranka, as Becond-claaa mall mattor.
unrtor tho Act of Congrosa of March 3,
work and tho length of tho struggle
for tho men result In much needless
hard fcoling between tho varlouB fra
ternities? TIiub the quoBtion presents Itself;
thoro are many additional arguments
on both sides which will boar Investi
gation. Wo stand open to suggestions,
In the way of editorials, on this bud-Ject.
All students should visit the "Col
lego Inn Barber Shop at 127 North
12th. S L. Chaplin, Prop.
ONE YEAR OR ONE WEEK7
THE ORNAMENTAL FOUNTAIN.
Now that spring haB Blgnlfled her
firm intention of remaining until she
is superceded by Bummer, It might
not bo out of tho way to turn on the
drinking fountain. Tho EngllBh Bpar
rowB need baths.
served for threo years as a Union sol
dier, and during that time ho mot with
all tho hardships of army lifo. Not
withstanding this, ho was ablo to koop
a dally record of his experiences, and
it 1b from this diary that ho based his
talk to tho regiment.
I OST A pair of gray gloves,
return to "Rag' offlcn.
LOST On campuB, Mooro'B non-leak-ablo
fountain pen with gold trim
mings. Reward for return to No
braskan office. 114-5t
For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
NEBRASKA FARM NOTES.
CharleB HayoB. '15, spent Sunday
at IiIb homo In Omaha.
Tho Sophomoro pledging rulo wIiobo
proposal has caused bo much (IIbcub
nlnii among tho local Greeks. 1b a
question which Is worthy of some con
sideration. ThlH syBtem 1b now in
effect in many universities, but Is, as
yet, bo young that Its success or fail
ure cannot be determined.
It 1b argued that a year's oxperlenco
in tho University aa a non-fraternity
man will enablo tho now studont to
accuBtom himself to tho nocesBltiefl
and now experiences of collego life.
He 1b not greeted upon hiB entranco
to the University by a round of
Bmokers, dancosX and promiscuous
handshakings, which tond to give him
the wrong impression of tho purpose
of an education Furthermore, his
flrBt week of school can bo dovotod to
tho initial application to his Btudles,
which la bo eBBentlal; liia mind Is not
in tho continual state of excitement
whichis the -reBulL-iif- iuniiocUirlng
and Indecision as to "what to do."
A year's time to decldo would, in a
great many Instances, avoid the mlB
lakoB in choico of a fraternity which
aro under tho present rushing system
qulto frequent. A freshman, usually
lacking In mature judgmont, and very
apt to bo Influenced by "white col
larB" and a social reputation, rannot
safely choose his friends after bIx
Nor, for that matter, nolthor can a
fraternity, compoBod of from flftoon
to twenty men Tho freshman who
1b strenuously "rushed" by a Bovoral
fraternities can have, at beBt, two or
throo dates with each organization
Can hls'hoBts, In that short time, de
cldo whether or not they wIbIi to bo
his constant companions for four
years9 Can they tell whother ho la a
follow who "has tho goods on him,"
or whether ho has come to school for
tho express purpose of "making a fra
ternity?" These constitute the main arguments
In favor of tho now plan. On tho
other hand, tho financial status of tho
fraternities presents a serious prob
lem, even under tho present aystom,
and tho pledging or initiating of now
men who support tho houao fund and
tho table, often forestalls Indebtedness
A fraternity returning In the fall with
eight or a dozon men, part of whom
live In Lincoln, faces a Berlous propo
sition. There also arlaoa tho quoatlon, Would
not a groat many desirable men be
MIbb Efllo Oravort, '15, fcpent Sun
day at her home in Omaha.
H. E. Abbott. '14, spent Sunday with
hiB parentB, near Tecumseh, Neb.
(Joorgo Petring, '11, spent Sunday
with hiB sister, Miss Kathrlno Petring,
at H. E hall.
UNIVERSITY JEWELER & OPTICIAN
C. A. Tucker
S. S. Shean
1123 0 STREET YELLOW FRONT
Your Patrenagi Saddled
Dr L. P Sturdevant will address
tho boys of the School of Agriculture
at convocation this morning.
Claude Nlder, who has been absent
from Hchool for some timo on account
of sicknesB, came back to school again
Henry Rueter and Henry Stubbe.
both Bophomores at tho Farm, Bpont
Sunday. March 31, with Mr. Rueter's
father, near Wabash, Neb.
The first regiment of tho School of
Agxlculturecivd.ota had thelrjlrst bat
talion drill on tho campus yeBtenTay.
The carnival given by tho Y. W. C
A. glrla Saturday night wna a bucccsb
In every way The Benlor8 had a pho
tograph studio, tho Junlora Imperson
ated tho faculty, the Bophomores had
a gypsy fortuno-teller in one booth
slide in a aido room. The freBhmon
elide in a aido room. Tho freshman
had a menagerlo, the Ceres Club sold
candy and the Y. M ('. A. had a bpo
clal booth Ice cream was also Bold
by the Y. W. C A. glrlB. During tho
evening a musical program was ren
dered Fifty dollarB was cloarod and
this money will bo UBed to help send
delegates to CaBcado, Colo , to the Y
W. C A. Bummer conference
Try a lunch at tba Y. M. a .
Lanoh Room. (Materia PUa.
City Y.M.C.JL 13th ant P.
U. of N.
. M. C. A. CAFETERIA
Meals at cost of
The College Inn Barber Shop. Stu
dent trade solicited. S. L. Chaplin &
Co. 127 N. 12th.
Do Your Laundry
Y. VY. C A..
Merchant Tailor Shop
Suite Cleaned, Ropairod and Prossod
Shop in Basomont Y. M. C. A. Bldg.
AT THE THEATRES
Wed. at 8 P. M. Promptly, Apr. 3.
E. H. 80THERN and
"ROMEO and JULIET'
Gallery 75c. On sale at Gallery
Entrance 7:30 Wed. evening.
8at. Mat. &. Night., April 4.
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With George Oamerel.
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Week Com. Mon. Night, April 1st
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Nights, 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
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Always reliable and up to
142 North 12th Street
Is Appointed Bacteriologist.
Samuel Cooperamith, M. A. 1912, haa
received an appointment aa bacterlolo
gist in tho Bureau of Chemistry at
Washington. Ho has boon a fellow
In the Zoology department of Nebras
ka Unlvoralty for tho paat two yoara,
and is an A. B. graduate of tho Uni
versity of North Carolina. He expectB
to go to Washington in a couplo of
Tells of Civil War.
Profeaaor Barber gave tho cadet
'splkod" long beforo tho expiration of regiment an lntoreBtlng talk laat night
the achool year? Would not secret on his Civil War experiences. Ho
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