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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1912)
. THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
I'ubllHhod by tho Studont Publica
tion Hoard of tho University of No-bniHlui
Editor SI5AUUC V. HOLMES
MnnaRlnR Editor . EARLE H. TAYLOR
AhhopIhIo Editor . . K. C. M'CONNELL
AHHodiito Editor... I3URTON S. HILL
MnnnKor ('. C. BUCHANAN
AHH't Mhubki'i- I V MORRISON
Circulation Manager LEO DREEN
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lOntcicd at tho poatolllco at Lincoln,
NctuiiHka, an Hticond-claBB mull matter.
itidr tho Act of Congress of March 3,
SATURDAY. APRIL 2(1. l'.Uli
INTIMACY SHOULD BE LIMITED.
A foolliiK f I't'llowHliij) between Htu
dent and nrofeHBor Ih an excellent
thing; It encouniKeH the Htudent to do
IiIh bent becaune or personal feelingH;
it makeH the work of the professor
much more pleasant than it could be
were the relational ip utterly im per
sonal It doeH away with an atmos
phere of restraint, which is ho detri
mental to the class work, and b
both parties a better insight Into the
character of the other.
On the other hand, the cultivation
ol such a feeling is dangerous when
it is carried to an extreme or abused
There are in every large body of stu
dents certain ones who abuse their
privileges, and In their growing in
tiniacy with their professors come to.
wittingly or unwittingly, impose upon
their good nature Herein lies the
Although the idea of comradeship
between student and professor is a
laudable and beneficial one, its posses
sor must bear in mind that there is a
limit beyond which it becomes a vice,
and that respect for superior age and
abllit should at no time bo forgotten
lives iilono in the room of little things,
and we, too. in later life are apt to find
ourselves shut In from the world, and
living within ourselves We bear with
little grace the small misfortunes that
creep Into the tiny circle of our shel
The story Is told of Kisa (iotnmi,
the mother, wild with grief, who
brought her dead child to the great
teacher, Ruddha, and begged him to
give it life again, and he, with great
wisdom and compassion in his ejes.
told her to bring but one mustard seed
from a home wherein there had been
no death. When she returned there
was great peace on iter face and tears
in her eyes for she said, "My search
is ended and I know Every
house replied, 'Nay we have lost a
loved one.' . And sudden thought.
"'Fill me of all their mournful hearts,
And In the great grief I became but
A tiny mote amid immensities.' "
The Titanic accident was not lior-
riblo nor terrible; it was simply a
truth Truths, though often hard to I
face Imaginatively, in real life come j
before us solemnly, with a peculiar
justice and strength, and speak with
peculiar man-like force, and power
Wliat finer thing than to meet them
frankly, unafraid'' What liner thing
than to face the strong wind calmlv
without a moment's hesitation, while'!
tho full flow of life is Btill in the veins I
and the surge of strong emotion in
the heart; to be lifted, only for a brief
moment, out of the meanness and the
pettiness of a half-lived life and feel
the wave-beat and surge of immensi
ties. Our happiness is a little chain of
moments small successes when our
little hopes and plans and lows are
fulfilled, and yet there must be a cer
tain pleasure in tossing them all away
with just a little human touch of
bravado, while the band is plaingand
tho end of life is capped with a quick
heart-pounding thrill of enoblement
On the Titanic were men whose hands
were molding the affairs of nations,
and whose hearts were aching with
the loss of petty human hopes and the
quick cutting of all thingB left undone,
and yet, after the last lifeboat had
cast off, the great ocean liner went
down, quietly, the band playing that
solemn and awful hymn that in Chris
tlan lands has come to moan the puss
Ing of Borne loed one Into eternity
"O. T "
Monday morning before the night
mist had lifted from the sea. the
Titanic went down What quiet
handB in the tide and tho wind brought
tho ice down before its time to meet
and cut the thin thread of life she
drew across tho Atlantic, and how
that severed thread let fly a great
circle of pitiful waving ends as if Home
miBchievouB linger hnd been thrust
into the delicate spider web of life!
Yet we are accustomed to tragedies;
a few lives more or lesB make little
difference; tho web will mend again
and wo will turn to the next sensa
tional murder to have our finely strung
emotions tickled with the Injustice of
Things. What worth these things
have is perhaps to keep us from be
coming too pessimistic, too sensitive
to our troubles Often, like children
we think that our Binall Joy or sorrow
is the one thing of moment in all the
world. A child unaware of the mean
ing of things about him, unconscious
of his llkenoBB to those about him.
Students' Debating Club.
Alpha Phi formal party.
Sigma Phi Epsilon banquet.
Delta Tau Dolta banquet.
PI Beta Phi dance, MubIc hall.
Sigma Chi annual banquet.
Kearney Club, Y. W. C. A . Temple.
New Lindell Hotel
J3 AND M STREETS
European Plan Rates from $ 1 .00 Up
Popular Price Cafe
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BANQUETS
J. C VENABLE
Bronze Uni Seals
$4 and $450
This Week Only The Only Ones in Town
The University Book Store
340 North 11th Street
and 85 cents buys $1.00 worth of Athletic or
Baseball Goods at
Lawlor Cycle and Sporting Goods House
1423 O STREET
Weber Sultorlum, 1100 O St.
Dinner Hi30 to Ii30 Zn
Supper Si30 U 7i30 LVK,
Also Cafeterlan Style
J. C. WOOD and CO.
The Best Is Always the Cheapest
1822 N St. Auto 1292 Bell 141
GLEANERS and DYERS Mv,fY
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Hanker, ami Uiuvc in diffcient watioii He
tfin any time
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Weekly shipments of tho best thero
ia in chocolates.
California violets rrosli every day.
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Suits $20 Up nth and n NiftyJStyles
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