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THt DAILY NEBR4QEAN
the; university of Nebraska
M. V. REED
Managing Editor.. . Konnoth M. Bnydoi
AfP9lato tfcJUor. ..Jon . GVWteb'
AMopty? Editor. -Fre4 N. Well.
II V. Hurlan Athletics
KtuoJ b?W)d Womon
Dean McBrlon. Ruth SqulreH, Robert
Holland, LouIh Homo, Clara DoddH,
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ence Spier, Max Baohr,
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AN ALUMNI EPIDEMIC.
The influence of alumni, when ox
.rted In tho direction of the neneral
Kood of the University, 1h moHt wel-
omo. But when these alumni or
ormcr ntudontH .start bucking thin
trend of advancement, thoy Bucceod
only In raining nn uncomfortable dis
turbance which adds nothing to the
ultimnte good of tho Institution. A
delicate Hltuatlon hnB arison latoly. A
number of article have appeared In
one of the-Lincoln dallies, bearing on
the work of a profeBBor In the depart
iik tit of forCBtry. It 1b claimed by tho
writer of tho article that the depart
ment 1b being diHcredited by the work
ol this profoflHor. The article Is not
Hgned, nor v,ere the preceding "let
tera" which attacked the nubjeet
This is a continuation of a depart
ment fight -which started last year,
the first -year that the professor had
boon connected ith the Institution.
Tho leading part in the opposition 1b
said to be in tho alumni and graduato
students, In ttoo fight last spring nB
buccmm. Fow prtfoffQrft eHM lto
a department wRJujut piakfetg enomtes
of some ntudonts who wore in the
favor f er in sympathy with the for
me prjqfefsor. Thereiore too, opposi
tion which tboeo HtudentB ralBe ia like
that whtci) Is created In other d
partmontH. Rflch yr tho f&CttUa 07
reptij have U deal wUU tljia 9am o
sort of opposition, from one source or
nothor, In rnoet caaofl tho opposition
dies out and the work of the dopart
mont begins to go smoothly when the
hold of tho alumni relaxes. Thoro
fore it is fimall wonder If the attitude
of the agitators 1b regarded with usu
plcion iu somo quarters, until the per
son under consideration has been
given a rhnneo to prove his ability
Believe not that the ways of tho edi
tor are all rejoicing. Far be it from
Buch when ho has a German printer,
who has to euro a cold every day or
so. a now llnotypo man and a date all
the same night.
Ordinarily only one or two ot tbeno
prodioamonta occurs the saxno night but
Monday (teemed to prooipUate all three.
Hence tho turongo things appearing ia
TALK6 ON WATERLOO-
(Qontinuod From Pago Ono.)
f , ,
tor life nnd -iri 1 804 wna made em
peror. Profehor Fling says that Napoleon
Ras not nlono responsible for the ic
torloB, but that he had tho power of
making able men work for him. He
had that executive ability which Is
behind all glguntlo succcsbmh of to
day The significant thing in Na
poleon's hte was his ambition to be
come a world power, a king of kingrf.
He set out to form nn alliance with
ill countries to crowd England out.
He ann vi Holland, Spain, Portugal,
Ital. one after another, conquered
Austria nnd Prussia, nnd in 1811 af
Taiii w( ie trembling in the balance.
Then Russia refused to annex, and it
was up to -Napoleon to abandon his
gigantic ambition or to force Dussla
to join Ho attempted tho latter, and
when he sent a half million men to
that country in a hopeless battle, it
mniked the beginning of the end.
From that time until the final defeat
well as in the later developments this n isi:?, his strugglo was to hold what
fall Howevor. last Bpring the move- j n,. had already secured, and one by
ment did not gain publicity. It was ' ol. his ach!o omenta went for naught,
agitated among the underclasHmen, I
and a petition was circulated among
them asking for their support ot a
move to demand an Investigation Ah
a result of the disagreement, it is I
claimed that a number of underclnsH
nien did not return to continue their
work In tho forestry department this
Right here is where tho work ot
tho alumni seems out of place. No
doubt they mean well, if they are
.sincere In trying to advance tho good
of the department. But they prob
ably do not realize that they arc
merely ropoatlng what has been tried
WEATHER HURTS FOOTBALL
(Continued From Page Ono.)
Three Big Games to Work For.
Coach Stiohm has a stupendous job
on his hands to send a toam to both
Amos and Kansas that will bo able
to win the Misbouri Valley chaTORlon
Bhlp on forolgn soil. Yet tho wonder
worker can do it, Tho machine that
beat Minnesota, la not to bo stopped
and barring future accldonts they will
be for tho fith time chomplpoB of the
The Iowa game. Bome Bay, will be
by other groups of students, without Ihft harden game on the CornhusHer
- . schedule. But It will have no bearing
on th j Missouri Valley race for cham
pionship honors, and hence not so Im
portant By all means Nebraska must
annex the title.
Woailu r permitting the arsity and
treshmen will scrimmage tomorrow.
"Jumbo" has a hard knot to solve iu
arranging his machine, In its Btrongost
position with Purdy out of tho game.
But with an excellent Btrlpg of backs
to chOBG from tho hole should be filled
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