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THE DAILY NJCBRASKAN
The Pally Nebraskan
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA
REED B. DAWSON
Mannglng Editor P. C. Bponcor
ABBoclmto Edllor Ruth M. SqiHree
ABsociiito Editor R- V. Koupal
Athlotlo Editor , C K. Morso
Carrlo Oomnn HortciiBO Kuuffman
W. E, Hagr ' Ocrnldlno Kauffman
Elizabeth Hyde HubIi McVlckcr
Karl Janouch Ethel Arnold
Leon Palmor P. M. Merrlnm
OunlncBB Monngor Prank S. Porklna
AFSt. Business Mnnacor..Rusoell P. Clark
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Entered at tho pos'tofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, ns oocond-claBS mall matter,
undor tho Act of Congress of March 3,
The DAILY NEBRASKAN purposes to
bothF freu "voTcb of student Bontlm&nt;
"to be fair; to bo Impartial; to seek ndvlco
as woll ae offor It; to truthfully plcturo
oolloRO llfo; to go further than tho moro
.printing, of news bv standing, for tho
highest Ideals of tho Unlvorslty; In ahort,
to eorvo tho University of Nobraako,
TucBdny, March 24, 1914
Tho greatest thing accomplished by
tho Bprlng tour of tho band 1b that It
has proven that tho University Exten
slon plan Is a success. Tho band made
all oxpensos on tho trip. At every
town tho band was asked to bo sure
to como thoro If another tour was
mado. Tho pooplo fool that It Is an
honor to havo tho University send out
ontortalnmont to their town. Thoy
llko to talk things over with tho fol
lows, and aBk questions. In many of
tho towns whoro tho band stopped tho
peoplo wore still talking of tho success
of tho Gloo Club when It was there.
Tho Gloo Club mado this tour two
years ago. This goes to Bhow tho Im
pression that a University activity
makos upon tho minds of tho peoplo In
tho state. Tho band as a whole feel
greatly satisfied that It has helped to
sot on foot this great movomont, which
will In tho futuro probably bo tho
greatest of all mothods to draw stu
dents to tho University of Nebraska.
U. S. HARKSON.
TODAY IN NEBRA8KA8 HI8TORY
March 24, 1904.
Tho girls' basketball team dopart
thlB afternoon for Minneapolis, whoro
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nesota team tomorrow night and tho
Central High School team Saturday.
A Nobraska girls' basketball team has
not lost a game since basketball was
Introduced hero In 1806.
March 24, 1911.
Tho annual Y. M. C. A. lssuo of tho
Dally Nobraskan Is to bo rovivod. Tho
lssuo was omitted last year for somo
unknown reason, but contrary to cus
tom. Tho association number will
como out this year March 31. Short,
special articles will explain the work
of tho Y. M. C. A. for tho year past,
Tho University Cadet Band returned
Saturday night from a most successful
trip. Tho program was glvon in Wa-
hoo, -Fremont, Schuyler, Central City,
and "York, with special duplications be
fore tho high schools of Fremont, York,
Schuyler and Central City. Tho band
was loyally welcomed In every town,
and roost urgently requested to como
back next year.
Financially tho trip was a decided
success. Concerning- Its value to tho
Unlvoreity, hear what the outstato
peoplo and press havo to say; "It Is
tho vory best possible advertising for
tho University," Superintendent Wat
orhouso, Fremont; "Tho best amateur
band I havo over heard," Mr. Bruco
King, Central City; "I will havo to
admit that tho Unlvorslty of Nobraska
BAND TRIP 8UCCE88
(Contjnued f rom pngo 1)
In oach town (tho alumni wore not
much inovldonco), but without an ex
ception I am convinced that tho band
mado good in every respect, Thoro
wero positively no rogrettablo inci
dents to mar tho trip. I am very
proud of tho men from tho standpoint
of conduct, as woll as musicianship,
pioneering which will sooner or later
Papers havo not been received from
all tho towns, but tho following press
comments havo been obtained:
The Wahoo Democrat
Tho public enjoyed a rare musical
treat last Monday ovonlng, given by
tho University of Nobraska Cadet
Band undor tho leadership of C. Brown.
Cornell, and assisted by Helga Lars-sen-Cornell
as soloist Tho program
to pay transportation. Tho various waB a varied one. ranKlnjr from tho
"stunts" woro put'on In each town and I m0st classical selections to tho old
so enthusiastically woro thoy received ! gridiron song "U-U-Unl," played in a
that in 1913 tho number of tpwns on I novel manner, lllUBtrating how the
tnq circuit was doubled, and moro . tuno would sound aB Dlayed first by a
President Gcorgo B. Vincent of tho
University of Minnesota evolved tho
plan of .University Extension in tho
spring of 1912, when tho first town
was mado. Slnco then tho plan has
become bo popular that at tho present
tlmo thoro 1b a waiting list of half a
hundrod towns in tho Extension office.
Bids wero accoptod in tho spring of
1912 from olghteon towns, which woro
arranged In throo circuits. Tho towns
guaranteed local expenses and a bonus
Suits, Top Coats and
Balmaccans at $12.50,
$15 and. $18.
Wo want you to compare
tbenrwltirsnits you. boo elso
whero at $20 and $17.
If you don't thing those
Suits at $12.50 and $15 aro as
good In every detail, wo don't
want your money.
And keep In mind that we
offor you a variety greater
then anyTwo ollfer Lincoln
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Mexican band, second by a ragtime
band, third by a German band, and
uioso given by tho Brummie mid Giuo ending In a stately, harmonious piuuu
Tho purposes of University Week
First To cmphaslzo tho fact that
town and country aro ono community.
Hocond :To stlmulalo all Interests
'Band, contrary to my opinion of col
from Central City's foremost musician;
"Tho public enjoyed a raro musical
troati-Tho Wahoa Democrat; "Cadet
Band was splendid," Fremont Herald;
"Their return at somo futuro time will
bo a signal for a good advance sale,"
Schuyler Sun. This from tho atato.
This Is an example. This is a stop
In tho right direction. Everywhoro
tho band wont they mado friends for
themselves and friends for tho Uni
versity. Why can't wo put thoDra-
-matIo-Glubrtho Glee Glubr-tbo-dobat
lng teams, and other University activi
ties before tho peoplo Just as wo havo
the band? Can you boo any right good
reason why wo can't?
Schools In Denmark.
The Scandinavian Qlub held Its rog
ulor" monthly meeting last Frjday
night. After a brief discussion of cur
rent events In Scandinavia, MIssMun
son gavo a talk on "Tho Rural School
System of Denmark." Of this subject
ho has mado a thorough study and
said on good authority that It' Is tho
best In tho worldT TnoTJnltod States"
government has recently Investigated
tho system and Is urging its introduc
tion in, this country.
Third To promote a bettor under
standing between tho body of cltlzenB
ajad tho' men and women who aro try
ing to servo them.
Fourth To loavo in oach community
Influences which will havo progressive
nnd permanent effects.
Throughout those four purposes wo
can see that tho main object of Uni
versity Week was to show tho peoplo
over that state what tho Unlvorslty
supported by them was doing and to
Increase. thoIrintereaLln. thaLUnlvor.
University Extension Week carries
tho University to, peoplo who other
wise might never havo had a chance
to see Us workings and objects. It
makos tho Unlvorslty tho converging
point for tho educational and cultural
currents of tho state. It breaks down
class distinctions and wolds Into a so
cial consciousness. In other words, It
Unlvorslty Extension is at present a
big thing in Minnesota. Why not in
Nobraska? Wo havo as much talent
ana W"nWnyboostlng" towns Tfero "as"
thoy havo In Minnesota. Let's all get
out and boost! "
BURKE W. TAYLOR.
of a Hungarian band. Professor Cor
nell especially showed his skill as di
rector in tho heavy overture "William
Toll" and tho boautlful but most dif
ficult Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, tho
latter being a composition that tho
most-akllled-phmlBtB only daro "at-"
tompt, and In adapting It to forty In
struments tho conductor exhibited
raro musIcIanBhlj). Professor CornoU
in conducting UBcd no notes, appar
ently trusting to memory for correctly
bringing in the many Intricacies char
acteristic oMho piece.
As soloist, Melga Larssen-Carnell
was woll rccolved by tho audience,
which seemed to appreciate her rendi
tion of two Norwoglan songs, which
sho followed with an equally pleasing
encore. ; '
Tho whole program as given was
greatly appreciated and should any
collogo band diBputo the band's title
as "America's Greatest Collogo Band"
thou tho moBt critical must judgo.
Cadet Band Was 8plendld.
Tho University Cadot Band, with
C. B. Cornell, director, played a fine
program at tho Congregational church
Tuesday evening. It had forty lnstru
montB and In tho program waB assist-
ed by Holga LarsBon-Cofnell.aQprflno
Tho band's rendition of tho Second
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"HuhgarlanTTthapsody was pronounced"
unusually flno, and tho varied charac
ter of'tho programsultod"airtastear "
Jones' Orchestra. Phono L-9666.
Famous Pictures at Museum.
Tho University Museum has just re
ceived from Dr. Dollo a largo and ex
cellent picture showing tho Interior of
tho Brussels Museum. This museum
Is rendered famous by its remarkablo
palaeontologlcal collections, moro
especially by a unique group of ton
or twolvo groat Spoon-bill Dinosaurs
mounted in llfe-llko poses In ono end
.of tho main room. This famous group
is tho one romembered best by Amer
University School of Music
Opposite the University Campus, 1 1 th and R Sts. In
structions Given in All Branches of Music. Students
may Enter at Any Time, Beginners Accepted.
WILLARD KIMBALL,' Director
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