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BOARD 01T EDTTORS.
JONAS H. LEIN
S. J. COREY
J A SARGENT
K A MOORE
O. T. REEDY
JOSEPH F. BOOMER
Editou i. Chief
Editor In Chief pro tern.
Pres. Miss Flora Bullock Sec. Mr. John Boose
Pros. J. P. Cameron Sets. Miss Anna Andeuson
Pr.s. O H Allen Sec. Harriet Packard
Y. W. C. A.
Pres. Miss Mae Rhodes Sec. Miss Makian Noyes
Y. M. C. A.
Pres. Mr. D. M. Davis Sec.
1 ' English Club
Pres. Miss Amy Bruner Sec.H. G. Shedd
Pres. J. P, Camekon Sec. G. N. PortTEii
"We have met the enemy and they aro
ours." We rather expected that Doane,
if she did not administer a drubbing,
would hold the score very close. Such
was not the case. The game was not the
best in the history of our team, but the
boys did splendid work considering the
lack of practice and the number of new
men on the eleven, We have at least
found where our weak points are, and
under the direction of our splendid coach
they will soon bo made strong. The boys
are training very hard and will undoubt
edly be in splendid shape when wo meet
the real enemy on the league gridiron.
Occasionally we hear some one who re
ceived his college training in the old
school say that the elective system is the
bane of intellectual advancement in our
universities of today. Now a university
is not a high school. It is an institution
where students aro supposed to be strong
enough mentally to prosper without the
jurisdiction of a preceptress. It is a
system of oppurtunities open to' those
who wish to take personal advantage of
them, and whoso diploma or certificate
gives evidenco of a certain amount of
The elective system is not, as supposed
by many, a choice between work and idle-noj-s
as preparatory to a degree. If a
student, whether ho is under an elective
or prescribed system, chooses to do
nothing, he will receive a testimony of
successful idleness in the refusal of a
Palladian Program, Oct 23
JAMES WII1TCOMB llILEY PROGRAM.
Piano Solo " Miss Joyce
Review Miss Jessie Stanton
Whistling Solo, ' 'Night and Morning."
Recitation, "Farmer Whipple: Bachelor"
E. A. Mooia
Vocal Solo Miss Mary Wallace
"School Boys' Favorite' '
Miss Ella Leonard
"Riley out-Riled" Edwin Piper
Everything in the Loming stock must
go ; business will bo closed out as soon
as possible. Special sale on Saturday
and Saturday evening. Just the oppor
tunity for students. J. E. Houtz.
Dad Cole. Dad Cole, Dad Cole, Dad
Cole, Dad Cole's barber shop, Capital
Hotel, 145 N llth St.
F. H. Peters, 1024 0 street, jeweler.
Diamond rings made to order.
1330 0 street. Jas. Kolbach custom
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