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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1898)
rr, w l I in quosfon of tho practrablllty of such
1 HE IMEBRASKAN I committees composed of both Btudonia
I and professors but press illfipatchos
A Weekly Newepnpor Issued Every Prl- j chronicle tho summary action of tho
day Noon, by the Students of the
Untvorsity or weurnsKii
En.cred ns Sicond Class Mull Matter.
A. E. Pnulcc.. T77. Managing" Kdltor
I. S. Cutter Editorial
committee In dropping the name of
forty-ono "Hunkers." Tho principles
tho commltteo works on Is, that It
a student does not show sulllclont np-'
prcclatlon of tho privileges given him, i
he should drop out to mnki room for
C.ESXs;n:V:::V:::...As8Uo;.a-any appreciative student The
Kate Snow Walker Sororltle Acuity rightly hold dlxslpatnln and
II. C. Burr Athlotlcs. i kuu" -" ! " '' hi-wiiii'.i.-
O.lvcr Chambers Local
but tho man wnstoo smooth for him
and after sapping ilm a couplo at times
with tho Iron by way of a proper cul
mination ho Btrulo oft to his shed
whllo Chick plnrcd his hat tugother
and sneaked under tho fence.
Milt atowart ddn't got much time
to run with tho fang as ho hired out
as a trained nurs) at tho beginning of
tho holidays. Oorgo Portor was also
so busy showing a visiting undo how
to play pool that ho couldn't keep up
his regular pace.
Tr3s ) ?,'4vrrX n ..is. E
11. h Schwuriz Asa't Bus. M'jjr.
tho "wnf.lng" of few students for too
much colohratlng after a foot) all gtma
i nlinutn t It r frYnn if Mint tlti tl InllU
The Ncbraslmn will bo sont to any ml- ' """" ",u "'" l"u' "i"
dress upon ncolpi of tho suliscr pilon i As a rule, the student body Knows
price, which Is one dollar a yuir, or ilfty
cents a. Homester.
Contributions are solid. ed from all.
News IteniH such us locals, personals,
reports of ineetlnRH. etc., are especially
dcslr d. The Nobrusknn will be glad to
pilot any cuntr button relative to a kod
era. university milJ ct, but the name
must accompany all such.
nothing of cases of discipline within
tho walls of Nebraska. Tho policy of
tho oxccutlvo olllco Is not to submit
the offender to additional dlsgraro but
as quietly as possible drop him from
tho roll. One faro less somotlincs no
ticed, often not. It Is equivalent to
the Ynlo mo ho.l of sending tho cilpr.t
Not ninny wcpIch ago the executive
olllco handled with great delicacy and
dispatch the case of a student found
guilty of stealing. It mny I.o an open
question whether a public exhibit Ion
of the offender should bo made or not,
but tho fnr more generous course was
pursued. Kvory case reported to tho
oxccutlvo olllco Is carefully looked Into
and as quickly as possible justice administered.
It la to bo hoped that tho "Frnt."
man has not oxpoudod his surplus In
Xmas pro ants for his mother and sis
ter to such an extent that ho will bo
unable to nttond the "Porshlng" hop.
During tho coming month the nth
letlc board will elect a football man
ager for noxt year. This mattor Is
almost as Important as the election of
tho football captain, for poor manage
ment can never win tho pennant even
though tho team be satisfactory in all
In electing a manager there are
many things to be taken Into consider
ation. A successlul football mniiuger
should bo possossed of a clear busi
ness head and should bo a lirst-class
financier, llo should be able to pir
celvo his rights In n controversy and
to s and up for Mum. He thould ha.e
a knowledge of football so that ho
would at least know how to solcct
competent olllclals. Above all ho
should be a hust.cr, one who will not
let anything stand In the way of mnk- sermon was over ho was not at all
ing the season a llnanclal success. ; surprised when tho minister asked for
Nebraska had such a manager this , an Introduction.
year and we trust the beard will mao
as wise a solocllon for tho ensuing
THE PREACHER'S MISTAKE.
Thoro Is a pio ty good enj g 1 g tho
rounds on Long John Snvlllo. Whon
he was In Omaha, tho Brownie took
him up to tho church to hear a visit
ing preacher. John had on his now
suit of clothes and wns very anxious
to get a conspicuous scut, eo ho pran ed
tho Brownie well up In front. The
preacher kept looking at John steadily
all during his sermon and Jchn was all
swelled up to seo whit a hit his soen
dollar suit hnd mndo, and when the
"How goes It nov at collego, ,Tohn7"
A fathor thus petitioned;
Then quickly cauo tho niiEwcr back:
"I'm very well conditioned."
I followed Iter fotr block or moro,
With over qu ik'nlng pneo.
I lor llguro was hdeed dlvlno;
At last I mw lor face.
I now am armed with gun and knife,
Tho blcod Is It my eye.
I'm hunting for .ho man who said
That figures n-vcr ,lo.
Soph.: If a nan should lose his
knoo whore should ho go to got an
Froshlo: Qlvi It up.
Soph.; Afrlci. Why?
Freshlo. Give up ngaln.
Soph.: No-gnes there. Here's nn
othor. If a weman should lose her
knoo whoro woud she go?
Fresh ic: Nosdo.
Soph.: Jorustlom. Why?
Froshlo: You're too much for me.
Soph.: Sho-neos thoro. See?
High School Yell.
Inquiring stranger "What sort of
cllmnto do they have In Australia,
Native "Climate? Wo don't have
any cllmnte. Just a collection of d
samples." Princeton Tiger.
Wo Intended glvlny a tbreo monthB'
guarantee to all who bought cadot uni
forms. If, anyone failed to receive It
plcaso call lit tho storo and nsk for It. ",' rt
Palno & Warfol
"Thero are others" as good, per
haps, but none better than tho pictures
tnkon at tho Students' Photograph
Gallery, 1031 0 street. ,
The markings of tho judges In the
opening set of prliniinary debates
soem to be a cyujtable, or. the whole,
ns could bo txpscted from tho complex
system. One fact is especially notice
able, that Is, that of the entire sixteen
chosen to participate in the finals, but
one man received a place who spoke
first on the affirmative of his question.
This would suggest that possibly oth
ers who heid similar ps.tions did not
receive the grades thty uesoned. Upon
the founua.ion laid by the brat speak
er rests tho entire argument of the
question. It requires as much ability
to state and define a question clearly
as it does to formulato argument to
suppuri a proposition. To do this
properly roi,ulro3 tho groator portion
of the allotted twelvo minutes, loav.ng
little or no time for pure argument.
The one who can open a question prop
er y d.s rws as much credit as ho who
upholds tho piopts.tlons of his prede
cessors. This fact thould not be lost
sight of by tho judges, but should in
fluence them to a great extent In their
The cemp'tt on of the series of pre
liminary debates hcom to mark a now
epoch in i.ur universlt yiife. It shows
thai the spirit c.f debate is at prohont
on' of the ttrong st factors In our col
Noser before haa thero boon nearly
the same number of contestants on
tered for theso debates, and what is
more strongly a uibjct of cong atu a
tlon, never beforo has thero boon so
few dropped out after once reglstored.
Not alone did tho debaters outer and
speak, but almost without exception
th.-y carefully prepared thomsolvos on
their rojpottlvo subjects. Fow, if any,
who debatod would not have done
credit to our university If they had
been among tho lucky ones. Thero
certainly were few, If any, of the con
testants who did not have a faint hope
of winning as a result of their hard
work. This was evidenced by the fact
that tho debaters almost as a whole
waited patiently on Monday evening
almost two hours for tho final decis
ion of tho judges.
Certainly If tho University has one
thing moro than another to congratu
late Itself upon this year It is the great
auccess of this annual preliminary de
bate. Somo tlmo ago tho Nebraskan men
tioned tho discipline committees in
vogue in Leland Stanford University.
Wo may have made a remark or two
"I was watching you all the tlmo,"
exclaimed he, "because I Immedlat"ly
picked you out for a divinity student."
Poor John managed to tell him that
he was only a plug electrician and he
told tho Brownie afterwards that he
dldct caro for hinipolf particularly
because he was always getting hard
rubs, hut ho did feel bad for his new
suit of clothes.
Tho people who are so benighted ns
to Imagine that there Is no fun In town
during tho holldnys should have
stepped into Lincoln about Christmas
time when some of tho old timers were
sneaking Lack frcm the r headquarters
around the state. There wasn't so
awful much to do, of course, besides
sit In somo frat quarters and swap lies
or play alx-handel "Hearts." This
last was very popular however on ac
count of tho high Intellectual qua Idea
tion of "shilling tho queen" on somo
rcubeii college man who has been
"farmed out" at York since graduation.
Thero was a little skating, too. There
was a spot of ico at Lincoln park about
as big as a tambourine where Bert
Whedon would "cut tho llguro 3" for
hours without stopping. Ho was on
oxhlbltlon all day and looked very
Doc Everett was in from Chicago
and was quite willing to be Inter
viewed. Ho epoke several times at the
Red Ribbon hall on "Resisting Trmp
tation in a Great City." Ho is the
samo earnest student as whon wp lnt
saw him. Ho will bo back In time for
tho convention of the Epworth League.
Allio Randolph also walked In fiom
York, whoro ho has boon Uachlng at
the colloge. Ho hadn't teen the bright
side of a plpo since ho left here and
was looking frail and unhappy. He
soon got In trim again arid learned
to Blng "Hot Time," and a few other
new songs which had not yet struck
hi- town. He found life In the city too
exciting, however, and started up to
somo little country berg seeking change
and rest ho particularly lacked
"Chick" Abbott got It Into his head
one time when he was out to Lincoln
park to "frisk" tho hot tomalo sign.
Just as he got It off the building tho
owner came out of tho shed and gave
him an exciting foot race. Ho chased
him around tho park twice and finally
corralled him under tho switchback
where ho despolsled him of his sign
after belaboring him over tho scono
with a walllo iron. Chick tried to per
suade him that ho wanted the sign for
his grandmother, who waa starving,
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