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THE DAILY "NIBRASKAN
The Daily Ncbraskan
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
RTCED B. DAWSON
Mannfflnff Editor P. C. Spencer
Associate Edltoi Huth M. Squire
Awoclato IOdltor R. V. Koupal
AWiletlc BJdltor C. K, Morse
W. 13. Haer
I M. Morrlnm
BuHlncwj Mwnniror Frank 8. Porkliw
AHt. Business Manager.. ItUBoell F. Clark
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under the Act of Congress of March 3,
The. DAILY NEBKASKAN purposes to
to be fair; to be Impartial; to seek advice
as well an offer It; to truthfully ploturo
college Hfo; to go further than tho moro
printing of news by standing for the
high oat ideals of the Unlvorslty; In ahort,
to servo the Unlvorslty of Nobraaka.
Saturday, April 4, 1914
C0-ED8 EDIT UNI DAILY
OF THE BADGER STATE
Thlrty-Four Members on Staff Issuo
Consists of Thirty-Two Pages
Tho Dally Cardinal, tho university
publication of the Unlvorslty of Wis
consin, published a thirty-two page co
ed edition on April first. Twenty-six
young ladles handled tho editorial end
of tho work, while eight took cttro of
tho business affairs.
Ono of tho editors for tho special
edition is quoted as follows;
"WheTotlrererTiTtr twelve- hundred
U)r-jnorc-glrlfl-catlieretL-iogothor for n
doiinlto purpose such as education
it Is obvious that there will arise occa
sions for banding together or grouping
for some reason or other. And, Inci
dentally, us the number of girls gowa
larger, tho number of interests in tho
college community Increase, and as
these interests gain followers, there
arises n need for organization to back
evitably a club, society or association.
If this goes on constantly, tho Increase
of organization will tend to weaken
the worth-whilo efforts of tho students
through u spreading otit of energy.
"There Is no reason why "a girl
should not use her powers in vsomo
other line besides her academic work
tho Innumerable organizations have
almost all of them open doors but
there Is reason why she should not at
tompt to enter all dqors rwlth that
trustful experimental spirit,' which
Nicholson Bays, 'is tho flower of per
fect Ignorance.' Tho girl who dashes
into all kinds of activities will bo
merely wasting hor own powers and
and giving no valued addition to any
of tho organizations.
"But the trouble is not alone with
the girl. She does not know hor pow
ers, and an entering college .she does
have an ambitious spirit that longs to
do, without knowing what she can do.
The trouble is ulso in the number and
separation of all tho organizations,
practically none of them co-operating
In any single lino. Tho S. G. A. com
prises all the women of tho unlvorslty,
tho w. A. A. a very large number, the
y JV. C. A. nearly half of all tho
women, .the literary societies, tho
class organizations, the Suffrago and
Consumers' League (ono instance of
co-operation to good effect), tho Dra
matic Club, tho journnlism sorority
enlist many more; all of them, how
ever, dovetailing their membership.
"Why would It not be feasible to
fcrlng them together undor one head
tho self-government ' association so'
that thoro would or could bo unity of
co-operation In matters of public In
terest that Is not now gainod oven by
euch nn nttempted manner as Key
stone? Would It not jsecm wfso to
consolidate for tho purposo of making
each organization a part of a great
"Tho representation on tho 8. G. A.
board is now nccordlng .to district,
necoBsary, to be sure, In carrying out
tho rules, but representation with re
spect to organization should also be
made uso of for nil constructive work.
Tho exccutlvo board of the assocla-
vory offcctlve way.
"This Booms a posslblo remedy for
too much organization not loss, but
hotter; eo that tho girl finds her in
toroats centered instead of "scattered,
and will not bo so prono to be called
upon for hor work In wnys that wiiste
her strength and wenkon hoc enthusi
asm. Sho could still keop alive her
intorost in various activities whqro
sho would like to do so, but she mtiBt
"Wo tried Borne time ago n point
system which has been of small value
as n real limitation to a girl's activi
ties. Why not bogin at tho othor end
and put the responsibility; at leaBt in
part, In tho hnndB of a central organi
zation?" The co-eds of tho University are
now working on a Bpeclal odItlon
which thoy expect to put into tho
hands of tho students In tbe.near future.
3:00 p. m'. Girls' Club party.
Sigma Nu annual banquet.
Alpha Phi formal party.
Farm House dancing party Music
PI Beta Phi house party.
Alpha Chi Omega houso" party.
8:00 p. m. Tegner Society.
Tho Black Masque will hold a recop
tlon for Junior girls April 4 at tho
governor's mansion. All junior girls
8enlor IPn. .
Senior pins may bo obtained at tho
University Book Store.
to all Junior girls' Saturday afternoon
from 3 to 6 o'clock at tho Governor's
ManBion, 1445 H streot.
STATE TOWNS WANT THE
CADET BAND TO COME AGAfN
A. I. E. E.
The mooting of tho Amorican Insti
tute of Electrical Engineers scheduled
for this evening has been postponed
until one weok later, April 8th.
Senior Play TryouFs.
Senior play tryottts will be held on
Tuesday evening, April 7. Play at re
serve desk. Register with MIsb
Howell. GUY C. KIDDOO,
Letters Coming to Professor Cornell
Asking for Another Trip
Sinco the Band raturnAft from ita
spring tour many compllmonts have j
been sent to Professor Cornell by people-out-in-the-state.
havo asked for dates when the Band
makes tho next tour. Following is a
letter from a promlnont man in
Prof. C. B. Cornell, Lincoln, Nob.:
Dear Sir I am wondering if it
would bo possible to arrange another
trip for tho Band and got thorn up
thlB line as far as Broken Bow. It
was my Intention to got a date on tho
tnln hindrances, I did not get to carry
out tho plans. If Grand Island, Au
rora and Seward would Join with us
the matter might bo handled that is,
If the boys could get away again.
If there is any prospect of another
trip, ploaso let mo know about It.
Very truly yours,
S. H. MARTIN.
R. HCampj '13, manager of tho
Friesland Dally Farm, near Omaha, at
tended tho Farm House banquet last
Following the custom established
Jast year, tho eleetion of a May queen
Is now on. In order that a name may
be duly entered In tho contest, nomi
nation ballots will ho run In tho paper
for two days In succession. Every
name to bo considered in the contest
must bo entered on ono of, those- bal
lots. Each ono of those special ballots
will count for twenty votes until a
candidate has flyo of those ballots,
after which each additional one will
count merely as one vote. Regular
hallots good for one vote will be
printed In thT'Exponent" and ,only
such 'ballots wljl count In the contest,
To bo eliglblo a candidate must be a
senlor co-odiind'her name must havo
beon entered on ono of tho nomination
ballots. The contest will close April 6.
Jonee' Orchestra. Phon? L-I8I8.
The Tegner Society will present the
following program Saturday evening:
Violin solo C. L. Odin
Recitation v.. Harry Wlnstrom
AddroBB.. Attorney Frank A. Peterson
Itoading Hallio Workman
Solo Ruby Anderson
Tho Scandinavian Club will meet
Friday evening, April 3, at 8 o'clock.
Tho meeting will bo hold at the'homo
of Prof. J. E. Alexis, 1420 Elm street
MIbb Caroline C. Johnson, a graduato
student In tho German department,
will speak of hor Impressions of Den
mark. All students of Scandinavian
doscont cordially Invited.
.The Tegner Society wjll meet Satur
day evening In tho Y. W. C. A. rooms
In tho Temple.
Sophomore class meeting next
Thursday at 11:30 a. m. in Memorial
Hall. Very Important. Election of
delegates to student council conven-
tion. i'Jvorypouy out.
COMMITTEE SERVICE JO
BE PLANNED THIS NOON
Oberlles of the Lincoln State Bank on
Program Reese and Ewlng
to Give Talks.
At tho meeting of the Round U
'today tho question of appointing tho
commlttoo for next year will bo dis
cussed. Not enough young men nro
Interested in the workings of the Uni
vorsity Y. M. CA. and those in charge
are requesting that all young men
look Into tho organization and give
some of their time to make It one of
tho strongest organizations on the
Mr. li. C. Oborlles, director of tho
Lincoln State Bank, is oiutho program
for a devotional talk. Herbert S.
Reese, who was unablo to discuss the
subject of "Spring Practice," will do
so today. Secretary Ewlng will go
Into detail In the statement at plans
for next year's commlttoo" service.
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