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Ol'R STATE I'NIVEIISITIES.
The fourteenth annuul educational
number of the Outlook (August HI
contains a readable and very creditable
article on "Our State Universities."
from the pen of President Andrew S
Draper of the University of Illinois. To
those who feel that the munificent gifts
of the millionaire will in the long run
tend to warp universities from the
path, the article furnishes some food
Speaking of the twelve largest state
universities, Professor Drapor says.
"These twelve universities enjoyed
last year an income of $3, -121,092. rep
resenting the proceeds of an Invested
capital of more than J80.000.000. They
had 190 buildings on their campuses.
They employed 1,800 teachers and In
structed 23.000 students. They had
more than 700,000 volumes In their li
braries. At their lecent commence
ments they conferred something like
3,500 degrees, the University of Michi
gan alone conferring more than 700.
The Illinois legislature at its recent
session appropriated $909,000 to the
state university a sum, as since
Btated by President Angel 1, of Michi
gan, larger than ever before raised by
general taxation and given at one
time by u state to an educational ln-
HIs next paragraph pajs this pretty
tribute to our president and his policy
"Eon c in soi y reference to the state
universities would be lacking If It fail
ed to note the Influential position of
the University of California. Cut off
from much association with other uni
versities of its class, it goes forward
with a confident step and a nobility of
purpose which form an Inspiration to
all of them. The morning of Presi
dent Wheeler's administration prom
ises all that can be desired for the
full noon." California Dally.
Eery new college year finds some
new fad fastened upon the swarms of
returning students which cause the In
coming freshman to gape In wonder
ment Visitors in Ann Arbor last year
stopped and stared to see full-grown
collegians who have long ago emerged
from grammar school days gravely
spinning tops on broad flagstones of
the campus. This fall King Fad Ihib
turned his attention in another direc
tion. To be really "comnie 11 faut,"
from the collegiate standpoint, at pres
ent, the gay college devils must be at
tired In a fireman's shirt. The kind
with large pearl buttons Is especially
in favor, and already local clothiers are
filling In orders for this variety of
f Annual Opening Advance
Sale of Fall -
Every known Novelty on the
Markets will be found on our
Read Monday Night's News
for full Particulars of SALE
The Daily Nebraskan
..0For Football News...
There has always been a howl on the
part of the faculty on the wearing of
swrntrrs. (Masses and the t?o-iH-you-pluuse
contingent of students think
they hae solved the problem ny coin
promising on the new "shirt effect" in
haberdashery.- Michigan Daily News
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scriptions equal one yearly subscrip
tion. 2. One-third of the subscriptions
must bo In cash.
3 Every solicitor must leave his
name with the manager at the Nebras
kan office, 134 No. 11th at.
4. The competition will close at 6
o'clock p. m , Tuesday, October 8.
For 90 subscriptions, a free trip to
IJuffalo and return with $2.00 per day
for five days and admission to the
For 70 subscriptions, a ladles' or gen
tleman's bicycle valuod at ?40.
For GO subscriptions, a Marlin re
peating rifle and leather case, retail
PROF. HOLMES, of Chicago
School for Dancing and Deportment
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Advanced (Miism Friday KvoniOKS.
Children , Cla-, Saturday 'J..l p. m.
Saturday NikIh is Club Ninlit.
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For 40 subscriptions, a free trip to
Minnesota and return with expenses.
For 25 subscriptions, a free trip to
Omaha and return to see the game
with the Omaha Medics.
For 10 subscriptions, a Waterman
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For G subscriptions, a yearly sub
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