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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebrasfcan
TUB UNIVIDIpiTy OF NEBRASKA
R.BHD B. DAW80N
Managing Editor P. C Spenoer
AMoolwte Editor Ruth M. Squire
AMOolate Editor R- V. Koupol
Athletic Editor C. K. Mor
mrrtn Ooman John Lana
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EMrabrrth Hy Hugh McVlckor
Leon Palmer F. M. Morriam
J. A. Phllllpl
Biwinoe Manager Frank B. Porkln
Awrt. BufllnflS Manager.. RumoII F. Clark
eotoBOfiptlon price 12,00 per year,
payable In advance.
Single copied, 6 cents each.
Entered at the pootoffloe at Lincoln,
Nebraska, a cond-claBa mall matter,
wider the Aot of Oongrww of March 3,
The DAILY NEBRASICAN purpose to
be he fre voice or ntudent oentlment;
to be fair; to be Impartial; to nook advloe
m well m offer It; to truthfully picture
olloge life; to go furthor than tho more
printing of new by standing ror the
KlghoBt Ideala or the Unlvoralty; in ehort,
to erve the Univerelty of Nebraska
Wednesday, May 27, 1914
TO THE SENIORS.
It is very much to bo regretted that
so Bmall a part of the graduating class
heard Dr. Fling's address before the
Senior Convocation yesterday morn
ing. Dr." Fling said things that were
truly big, things that set young people
thinking, things that make their col
lege years have a broader meaning,
things that give them a new outlook
"The people of the state of Nebras
ka do not educate you that you may
earn three dollars In placo of one, but
that you may be of greater service to
60Ciety." This, he declared, is the
purpose of higher education. And yet,
iow--rnanvot-usscnlors t ihava coma
to the realization of this truth? How
many of us are there who do not
figure our education from a dollars
and sents standpoint, who do not
count how many more dollars we may
, earn for having come to college? We
are given our eduactlon almost for the
asking. What are we to do in roturn?
Are we to turn our education into the
single channel of making money, that
we may enjoy the luxuries of a mag
njflcent home, steam yachts, and auto
mobiles? Or are wo to use that which
has been given us in useful service of
those who have given it?
"Find out what society needs of
men. Find out which of those needs
you can perform. Then pick the one
you best like and perform It with all
your heart and all your soul." This Is
the answer. Tho graduate of tho "Uni
versity of Nebraska is iat Jin indi
vidual unto himself without duties to
society, He must realize that his edu
cation has been given him that he
may in roturn give; that ho has been
lven eyes with which to see; and"
lamia with which to s.ervo their giver.
Then let him open these eyes and
stretch forth these hands in tho ser
vice which calls him, the service of
educated young men and young
women to society.
Now is the Time
Crests, Society Emblems, If. of N.
Seals or Graduation Gifts
Let us have the order at once
we'll have It ready when you want It
All clothing must bo removed from
tlnriockurn Jn tho Women's Gym'
nnslum by Juno 1st or It will be con
fiscated by the University. Arrange
ments may bo mndo before Juno lBt
for storing property with Mrs. Pierce
for the summer.
INA E. GITTINGS.
the Cornhusker may order same at
T. A. Williams' ofllce or Cornhusker
office for a few days.
Peru Club Meeting.
A meeting of the Peru Club will bo
hold at Prof. Herbert Brownell'B resi
dence, 2434 Q street, next Saturday
evening, May 30th. AH members are
asked to come and make this meeting
the best of the year.
O. H. Pierce, U. of N. '12,. will give
a special lecture on metallurgy in the
Chemistry Lecture Jloom at, 11:00
a. m., Thursday, May 28. All students
Interested are cordially Invited to at
tend this lecture.
All Gymnasium lockers not vacated
by June 13th will be cut.
DR. R. G. CLAPP.
Girls' Mass Meeting.
There will be a girls' mass meeting
at 11:30 o'clock Thursday, May 28, at
the Temple. Every girl come.
Wednesday, May 27.
Sigma Delta Chi banquet Lindell
Thursday, May 28.
5:00 p. m. Zoological Seminar.
5:00 p. m Sem. Bot.
Friday, May 29.
Competitivo drill, -
Saturday, May 30.
Tegner Society Faculty Hall.
Dally Nebraskan Hop Sigma Chi
Report of the Engineering Banquet
at the Lindell Hotel, May 9, 1914:
Receipts, 290 tickets at $1.00, $290.
Expenditures: Advertising, $14.00;
plates, $213; speakers' oxpenses,
$14.82; programs, $30.38; music,
$2.08; poBtage and miscellaneous ex
pense, $16; stenographic work, $13;
doorkeeper, $1.50; envelopes, $3.60
Total, $314.25. W. H. Blxby, chair
man. Audited May 25, 1914.
Agent Student Activities.
1914 Senior Commencement
The Latest Style ef Engraving
We sell direct; to the Student Why not have
the LATEST STYLE of Engraving?
(Continued from pago 1.)
lty and character. We must think of
and live In this part of being In order
to get the fullest meaning out of life.
Tho two questions which a 'graduate
should ask of himself are, "What does
tho world need xne to do?" and "What
can I do best?" When one has found
his path he must determine what are
tho conditions of success for it. The
roal condition, says Dodtor Fling, is
charactor, consecrating one's life to
service, and extonding one's capablH
tics bo that evervdav sees a progress.
Life in a largfir sense is a life of self
sacrifice and service. It is not the
men who exploit the world, but those
who sacrifice themselves to it that
are the successful characters in his
tory. Tho things which men must aim to
live for are to increase the spiritual
content of life and to render social
service and self-sacrifice, This need
not be done sorrowfully, but rather
Joyfully and seriously.
It 1b needless to say that the ad
dress was appreciated. The high
minded, intellectual and fine quality
of Doctor Fling's addresses are al
ways a source of pleasure and in
spiration to his audiences.
Three 1913 cloth Cornhuskers. T. A.
Williams' office. $2.00 each.
8enator Fall, In a speech in the sen
"ate, declared openly Tor Intervention
I College Men Make
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ley Style the Navajo
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former Bradley Shaker
except ihat it has a
Navajo border on the
collar and around the
bottom. If you want a
sweater a. little differ
ent ask your dealer to
show you a Bradley
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in many color combi
nations. If your deaL
er cannot supply you,
we will send the names
of dealers who 'will.
For Sale at
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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