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February 21, 1896 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the Clleg year, at
Geie: Times building N. Main fit., oppoite
put office.
C. D. CAnY, Gr. L. W. W. ToAE, 'Si .
S. E. KArrE, 'P. . lbSnn, '3. .
'N. V..tIsOne, '8, E. L. Gonsuan, 'PS L
G. B. Iisoso, 'Pt L.
J. F . TOMA, 'P7.
L. C. XWALKa, 'S.
I. A. Pratt, '6 G. A1.1. ilt, 'i P.
S. R. Smith, 'Si L. G. i. Sherman, 'P.
. Simons,'S. IH. I. Gammon, 'PS A.
. A. Pcitc, '9S ?. R. i. teilly, 'P9.
it, C. aulin, '(IllM. J. L. SWuih, 'Pt P.
G B. tRoe, 'P8tD. Sunsaahichardon, 'p.,
G. R. Sims, 'P.
The subscription price of the Daily han
heen reduced tu$1.25isndance for the ret
of the year. [euve subscription at the
D~aly offiCe r with P. 0. Meyer, U. ut M.
Dr. Cares Eliot Norton, profeno"
of the History ot' Art t Harvard, c'n-
tributes ans article to the current
F~ortm nnoi "Soimi Aspects of Civilia-
tion in Anneric," in which le seerely
scores till average college stdent.
After coilneniingupnnlni the lak of
genunine cortey amniilig Auericau.'
anit the imipertiilence whilh in his
onnion in llrat'ristie of Amenican
children, Prof. Norioni dineuese collge
students as follow:
Tie spirt of unilieed innielped
ence antof slisiwilfulness pernit-
ted in childhood ndn'velops int yot-
ful lawlessnuesi nusd rsitace to re-
strlslnt. The hooilunm of the street
corner and the rough liafer of lie vil-
lage fnntneir nmates amnong tie tu-
dents of our colege, Te ifernc
hetween them is only sne of circumn-
stance ant of segree. 'fhe mnner.
andi mornlsndiplayet i intrcolegiate
contets iiilaalletic Sports in ol pats
of tie countny fal little short of a
national dsgrace, for they result non
only fnomn the chiarater of the con-
testants, ut fnonm that of the con-
,munity at large fronu which they aire
ora-sei, and which encourages the br-
hantle instincts of youth by its indif-
ference to fair play, and y the ex-
cess of its hysteric applause of vitry
won hy any means, fair or foul. The
itmellegiarte gamue has beconme an
evil not only in college life, ut in the
life of tse nation itself; for there in
nothing of higher inport in tht life
thm thecieisn of tie seno of
honor anid of to.sanctity of honesty'in
nl competitiona. 'flip wholesone nd
honorabie pracftice of athletic sports is
one of tie ost importntlensets in
the education of youth. The prctic
of tnpe, not for the sake of their lrue
ends, the developont of meanly and
vigorous hetalth, ut for the sae of
unhealthy ecritesent, and of getting
the advantage of oplponnts by con-
cealunent, fraud or violence if it cannot
bes won by legtimate means, is s coo~ly
a source of moral corruption.
Prof. Norton quotes Caspar Whitney
in support of his statements and then
proceeds to fall upon the newppers
of the land for abetting college men in

producing tlints dreadfunl, slate of n on.,AMiss Houwe, P1lsso Itowiet,AMiens

Several colunmns of refutation nmight
be witteni in answer to Prof. Norton's
views, but theis iha~rdly necessry.
The rapid growth of colegine aii-
let es during the last decade has per-
htaps been acomlutuied by some un-
healthy symptomns, but cerany not in
te degree claimed in the article in tie
tforman. lProf. Nortol, whomntie Critic
stieaks Of as "a gentlemna of nie oln
school," lias evinently ben'llimpnoset
(Continued front First Page.
George, Edward Fi. Wehre, Claire i.
Stearln, Errol I. Sicer, Franiis E.
Stevenls, Linman W. Goodenough, A. L.
C'. Atkinoson, Orestes tH. Wright.
t'hi Delt'['eta tt t. 'i'iyr, I.
D. Steel, tF. Chestont (t), I. 1ont Suiti
(), T. Polock (), J. I. Gornllont (t).
D~eltna Tan Deta--George' Fores
tiretone, iLy'n llSmith iBrown,
M'narke Brewer Ieattie, Jon W. Mie-
Ewban, Dougas Btuce Bnrnett, Witl-
liamn Everett iBesancon, tHogi Maon,
toliffe Mnlhero.
lPlilta Phi-hniss Flornnce Riche-
ards, bliss tFlorence 'Wenmore.
Phi Ci-Artldn Green. Harry Sld-
dlard, George W. Ieiel, F. .1. Austin,
P. Sciunlpren.
Zeta Psi-Robnert W. Norriuglon, Ed-
arN. Chnnrchi. Waler i. Leavey,
Wiliamn A. Conmsok, iRobnrt Grinnll,
W. J. Gilcrist.
Deltn ta atppa Epsilonl --Dnnley
tPneps Bounlel, '97, iFrank Colagi
C'ondon, Firetderick Agusus bLels, Joni
Charles Bradfel, toert Bliss Ptten,
Btarry Barnet IPotter, rvin, i lc7oull-
lough Bea, Ernest Frenerick iilaing-
ton, Julius Hlarrinigon Tonson, tRud-
olph Ransnsonin Reilly.
Bela Theta tPi-Guy Brewster Ciay
Htarold ThoulnlnGriswold, Josn'tph Goi-
ton Hlallhin, jr., Harry Roger Husrl-
but, Louis Satoni Ramsdelel, tHarry,
Scott Vernon, Riobert Bfacfiled, Up-
hin,(Transfers) Sanmuel Iana Bon-
den, '97, William Backso Puitteal, 'tn7,
Johni Steeple, Saulding ', ames
Rubert Skilman, '9G L, Bayard 'Taylor
Riley, '97 L, Max Weini~gtolnnabb, '
L, Ed~win Rucher Sitet, 'S L,
'Thlomas Buddl VanHone, 'PS8ID.
Nu Siglma u-D. D. Perkins, W. H.l
Lake. Park Howell, Dr. C. D. A'-
Wright, George Walker.
Alpha Delta Phi-Willis B. Snow,
Fred H. Skinner, Fenry 1t. tiati,
Coo. E. Sierlman, Eugene B. .Tone,
Harry A. Smih, Dan,.. Wesses and
Benj. B. Metheany.
Psi Usilon-williamt Cooper, Stan-
dish Backus, Ed Quarrels, W. it.
Weeks, Paul Oliver and Gus Fy.
CGammsa Phri Beta-AM'mn Baletine,
Miss Godman, Miss Banker iss
Fiintsmman, Miss Hubbell, Miss
Chil Psi-Chester Benedict, T. M.
Duffy, Cha. Snyder-and H . ILBde.,
Alpha Phi1-Miss Banker, Miss MS,.

ttctinber, Miss Bantley.
Soroi-htiss Turner and Mlissbela
Tunrnn'r; MissIiegeler, Miss Fanlnie
Cooley, Iti!s itnoaNitun, AMiststPatten-
gill, Mi ss'l'rnneblood, Ahils oLnni ansi
Miss Tbayer.
Stenunt Pthi-tred Carpenter, James
['eli, will Mettee, Waiter Boyntonu,
Alex., Boyd, Duanse WageranduuRlph
t'age, BeltAdntniis.
Dilta t'piliin-Donld tFulnlenr, An'-
elixr.Johinn Fnarmner, Allin Howard'n
EZncliannias, Jmhn Itotcs't Bronnoc, '97,.
Frank Seynnour Eliot,'lThonnas Gray,
Arthur Mnstick HydcvJameslP A. tLe-
Roy, '9Gt.
Tineta D~elt.cChi-I'ranbu B. Smckct
At. ('ialcs ttsngeft, Char's Morey,

"Fri., Feb. 21.-Gradnl ating exercises
of School for Nurses, auntiitlileatre of
univensity Iospital, '7:45IS. it.
Sat., IFeb. 22--ItIon. Besijasmin But-
terwvorth in tniversity Hail, 2:30 p. 191.
Fri., Feb. 28, 4 p. 1m., Watermn
gymnasium-Indoor meet, competition,
open to 'frst year students in all de-
Sat., Feb. 21-Boston 'Temple Q.uar-
tette in S. L. A. course.
Sabt, Fob. 29.-Leap Year party in
Waterman Gynmnasiusm.
Wed., -Atar. 4.-IHos. Henry Watter-
non in S. tL. A. course.
Sat., tarchli7, 8 p. in., Waterman
gymnasium-tndoor meet, counpetition
open to all second year students in.
every departmntb

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