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'INK DAILY NKHHASKAX.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A ncw4)nior (lovotfd to tli IntnrcRtM of tlio
I'lilvcrally of Nolirx xka.
PubllHlinii nt i:U North lltli St., Iy
I'lIK IIKSPKKIAN IT 15. CO.
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H. P. Ptillnril. Clifton Cnrtor,
NorrtH Huso K T Hill,
J, II. Fnrno). ClifT Crook
John A. WiUon Linn M HuntiiiKton
flTbe Mihfccrtntlon nrlro of tlin Pnlly Nobr
Knn l fU. for tlio colloffo year with n regular do
lirory bnforo clinpnl oacli dny. Notico. com
itinnlcntionn, nndotbnr ninttor intnndod for pub
lication, must bo bnndnd In at tlio NebrnHknn
itfllcn before 7 p. m., or mnllod to tlin editor bo
foro 3 p. m., of tbo dny provloim to that day on
which thov nro xiectol to npponr
BubicrlptioiiR may bo left nt tlio Nohrntiknn
olllco, nt tlio Co. Op., or with HuhIhohm Mnnnuor.
SubHorllwrR will confor a fmor by riix)rtiiiff
promptly nt till ofllro any fnilurn to rnci-ivo tho
All rlinncoB in mhertitiiiK mnltor munt bn in
tlio olllco li I p. in on tho dny proviou totlint
on which thoy aro to appoar.
ddroH nil comiiiunicatliiiiM to tlio Daily No
bnixkun, I.M N. lltli HL. Lincoln, Nhtuku.
Tlic I)hII Ncli iiiUiui Is lining mii t
lo nil niiIinci llii'in on tlio old Neluiift-Unn-II
oxporliiii 1h. TIiom hiiIiim'I IIi
im lo tlm Nolii hkIiiiii-lloxpiTluu
ulio tin not iIohIit tbo 1 1 1 1 will
plonso notify tlio iiihiiiiki'i' bv i'nrl
in noon iih poHHlblo. Whoro no noli
II rut Inn In im'I uil II Ik nndi'i ntood
tliMt tlio MihiM'i'lliet m Mir the pu
pil' to continue.
Members or the Dally NebinHknn
stntT aro requested to call at the of lice
l.'U No 11th st, between I and 2
o'clock each day for assignments.
Klrksvllle beat Missouri Satin day
by a scene of 22 to .". If 1 omparatlve
scoioh amount to anything, it will be
Interesting to speculate on what will
happen when Nebraska and Mlssoutl
The Mil ions class organizations aie
getting leady to organize class foot
ball teams. The senlois meet this
morning The sophomoios will get
together tomoriow to see what can
be done toward making up a team.
Tbo junior class is also getting leady
to" show what It can do on the gild
Iron. This Is the Bort of class spirit
that ought to be encouraged. Class
games are sure to Induce an interest
In the 'Varsity team. Eery young
man in the University who is strong
enough and heavy enough ought to
Join one of the football teams.
THE UNIVERSITY IN THE HIGH
The files in the ofllce of the re
corder show that 1.102 graduates were
reported by the 75 accredited schools
which sent In reports of the senior
classes last year. 219 graduates pre
sented certificates for entrance to the
Uiilveralty this ialL It Jn-lutereatingJ
to note that over 160 of these are from
the classes of 1901, and that 126 "of
fered -28 or more preparatory credits
Despite the fact that the plun to ac
credit rural and vllluge schools to the
School of Agriculture was not gener
ally understood last yoar, and the
inspector was not able to give hiB
personal attention to the work, over
thirty counties and a number of vil
lage schools were accredited. Four
teen accredited counties held eighth
grade examinations and reported 410
pupils as entitled to the University
certificate admitting them to the
School of Agriculture without exam
ination. These certificates are ac
cepted also by the Schools of Mechanic
Arts and Domestic Science. The coun
ties reported, as follows:
Cass. Til. Dixon, 5. Hodge. 21, Hall,
21. Harlan, 18, Keith, 10; Nuckolls,
21. Otoe, 48. Sarpy. 1; Saunders, 3.r.
Sewanl. 2, Thayer, 17, Washington,
2(), York, 107.
Not counting superintendents and
principals, there aro more than one
hundred graduates of the Unhorsity
teaching In the acci edited high schools
of the state. Some members of the
class of 1901 are located as follows
Edith Abbott, high school, Lincoln;
Oiatu' Andrews, high school, Auburn,
James E linker, assistant piinclpal,
Meicur. Utah, .Josephine Hnlsley, high
school. Spokane. Wash.. Josephine
Hutlei. assistant principal high school.
Superior. Rena J Chnppell, primary.
St Paul. Margaret Davis, high school,
Faiimont. Susan Dinsmore. high
school. Madison; Susan Field, public
schools. Lincoln; Nathaniel M. Gra
ham, piinclpal high school. South
Omaha. Walter C Green, principal of
schools, Coznd, Callle Giegoiy, high
school. Nelson. Margaret Hall, high
school. West Point. Wlnford L. Hall,
piinclpal high school, Hlair; Florence
Hallow ell, high school. Reaver City;
Dals N Hanson, scholar, University
of Nebiaska, Stella Hartzell. high
hIiooI, Plattsmoutli; Pearl Hensel,
Rcholai University of Nebraska; Rosa
lind Hess, high school, Valentino.
Oimii L Hull, high school. Hastings,
Walter J. Hunting. piinclpal of
schools Ohlow.i, Aithur C. Leo, high
school, Rentrice. Flotenee MeGahey.
high school, Haitiugton, Catherine
McLaughlin public schools, Lincoln,
Blanche Mickey, public schools, Lin
coln, Emma Neldhait. higlr school,
LiiMats la , Nettie Smith. public
schools, Heitrand, Alva II. Staley.
supei inteudent of schools, Fiiend,
Samuel II Thompson Principal high
school. St. Paul. Louise Van Damp,
high school, vontial City. Elmer G.
Woodruff. Worthlngton Military Acad
MICHIGAN'S METHOD OF RAISING
One ol ile lon."-standlng fealuies of
the opening dus of college has died a
natuial death. The annual athletic
mass meeting in the Waterman gym
nasium will be dispensed with this
yeai, at the request of President An
;oll Tho cause of this move on the
president's pait is a fear that in the
rush between the freshmen and bopho
more classes, which invariably follows
the gym. meeting, that someone will
be seriously hurt on account of the
debris and building material lying
al)out the site of the new medical
Tmlldlng. It was at first intended to
hold an open air assembly on RegentB'
field. This plan, however, lias been
tabooed, and, instead the usual sub
scilptious toward the maintenance of
ulhletlcs will be tuken by individual
solicitors who will circulate subscrip
tion sheets among the student body.
-tlmo-Umit-Xor-Uia payment oL thcae
subscriptions will be placed, nd as
fast as the money Is paid In, the don
or's name will be published In the
Dally News, the Chicago and Detroit
papers, and be posted In a conspicuous
place near the campus. It is now up
to the fraternities, who give an
nuully a large dhare of the subscrip
tion, to see that the absence of the cus-(
tomary publicity when the various
representatives pledge their annual
subscription in open meeting, does not
cause their generosity to lag.
It Is expected the Individual sub
scriptions and those given by busi
ness firms about the city will be equal
to those of last year, If not greater.
The soliciting committees will be an
nounced later in the pages of the
Daily News. Michigan Dally News.
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T DR. T. O'CONNOR cutps CANCERS,
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oor Ktner r
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An" rah tVla's i brick u ciowj' ,
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fAii iKuiin'. arT 1'lldln'.
A upon our bikes a iClIn',
Ychi, a ildtn', both a rklln I
NVees' give den copsdeuck,
Utien Ihuli win' U at our back !
() stopdat a pushin' dar behlne I
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O stoidat puUiln' dai behlne t
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Kvery now Student
237 So. nth street
And has his measure taken for tho
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To llu1 AimM'H'iiii Colleges ;uil
rnivjM'Hilics. lllustnUod Munua,
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(rtiwiis for the pulpit siml hench.
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of a well
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Fast Time. ISest Equipment.
Pullman and Ordinary Sleepeis.
Free Reclining Chair CarH.
BufTet Smoking and Library Cars.
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f e t
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