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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
A newBpnpor dorotad to ilio Interests of the
Unlvorally of Nbr skn.
Published nt 134 North 11th St., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnbtroo, President.
Q. L.Towno, Bocrotnry-Trensuror.
J. I. Wyor, T. J. Howott, K. W. Washbti
Stkrlino H .McCaw
J. A. Mannino
GkOKOH P. HllIDLl'.R
- Athlotlo Edlto
R. C. Pollnrd. Clifton Carter,
NorrlH Huso, K. T. Hill.
J. R. Fnrnoy, CHIT Crooks.
John A. Wilson, Linn M. Huntlnffton
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An eftBtern trip for the track team
as suggested by Captain McComb
would do more to create interest in
that phase of athletics than almost
anything that could be proposed. It
seemB almost a necessity to keep the
team on a par with the other athletic
The movement for an alumni game
which is now being made ought to ro
Bult in the establishment of tho game
as a permanent feature In Nebraska
Nebraska teams could bo indncod to
como back for a few days in tho fall
and train "for the line-up against tho
'Varsity, they could presont a team of
exceptional Btrongth. Last year's
game Bhowed the strength that could
be developed by the alumni. A little
training would have put them in con
dition to present aB formidable a team
as any in tho weBt.
The valup of such a game does not
lie entirely in the practice it gives the
first-team. It also Induces among the
alumni an Interest in (he game and in
tho team which no other contest could
The Dally believes that steps ought
to be taken at once to make the alumni
gamo an annual feature.
have a hard proposition on their
hands. In a matter which is as easily
concealed as secret pledging regula
tion scorns to bo almost if not quite
After all the fraternities thomselveB
r.ro tho ones most interested and if
they insist on a course detrimental to
themselves they are the ones to suf
fei , except in a few instances.
Soth Low has resigned as prosidont
of Columbia university in ordor to
mako the race for mayor of New YorTc
on tho anti-Tammany ticket.
Professor White, dean of the faculty
of Cornoll university, has resigned to
accept a professorship at Harvard. He
is a specialist in middle high German
and modern German literature. Ho
had boon connected with tho Cornell
faculty since 1876.
Leland Stanford has compiled a tablo
showing tho age, height and weight
of hor varsity candidates. Tho aver
ago age is 21 2-3 years; height, 5:09 2-3
foot; weight, 175 pounds. The maxi
mums and mintmums are as follows:
Age, 26 and 20 years; height, 6 feet 2
IncheB and 5 foet; wciit, 190 and 15!)
Professor Jeremiah Jenks, head of
tho department of political economy at
Cornoll university, is being discussed
for tho presidency of the University
of Wisconsin to succeed Dr. Charles
Kendall Adams, who recently resigned.
Professor Jenks is now doing econ
omic work In Europe.
There is a collection of birds in tho
museum of Indiana university that
were caught, mounted and labeled by
Prosidont Roosevelt. Tho collection
was formerly In the national museum
at Washington and was sent to Ind
iana in 1888, after fire had destroyed
the university museum.
Wisconsin university gives a char
ity ball every year as a part of tho
regular social features 6f tho Institu
tion. It is given under the auspices of
tho Attic Angels and tho proceeds go
to the city hospitals. Last year tho
sum-of $li000 wae-oleared.
Yale is organizing a fencing club.
Last year was the first Beason for the
organization. This year a challengo
has been received from Harvard and
preparation for it is already beginning.
would bo burned down. Tho streets
are a model for many Amorlcan towns
clean and well drained. If a pig,
pony, or caribou is soon Ioobo, it la
confiscated. Tho commander of tho
t6wn ordered the people of tho town to
build a school house and do It quick
or thoro would bo 'mucho trlbulaclan,'
and 'mucho querra' In tho town. Ho
frightened the ffatlveB so that thoy
turned out tho next morning 1,600
strong to build a school house In
which to toach tho American Ideas of
liberty. The natives don't 'sabo those
things yet, but I think they will soon
learn to appreciato them.
"Tho children are very bright and
pick up English readily. As far as
learning a foreign language is con
corned, thoy conld shame many Amer
ican children. Tho educational pros
pect is very bright, Indeed. If things
keep moving as thoy are at present,
there will bo a great change in a con
plo of years. English will bo tho
business language of the towns, and
it will bo spoken more throughout the
islands than Spanish over was."
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Dancing Acndotny Walsh Hnll ovor Rock
Island Ticket Ofllco, 11th and O 8ts.
Capital Novelty Works
A book containing a collection of all
the college songs has been distributed
among the students of the University
of California for tho use of the root
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Thoy are having considerable trou
ble at tho University of Minnesota ovor
tho regulations respecting the "rush
ing" of freshmen by fraternities. It
has been a widely known secret for
some time that these regulations do
not regulate any but tho moro conser
vative of the fraternal organizations.
Pledging is carried on even in the high
It Is reported that representatives of
tho fraternities have been summoned
before the presldnt of tho university to
confer as to methods foj- making the
regulations more efficient. The Min
nesota authorities will find that they
EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES.
R. 8. McLeod, an alumnus of Le
land Stanford, now working In the
Philippines, has written to the edu
cational department of that University
a description of educational work In
the islands. In part he says:
"Tho 'gogoeB' were 'taking in tho
procession from all Bides with no
friendly faces. It did really look as
though wo were establishing schools
In the enemy's country. Wo soon ar
rived in Pila and I was Yery much
pleased to find it a great Improvement
on Santa Cruz. American ways had
been forced on the people by an ener
getic cdmmander. Everything is done
there on tho quick plan. AM
rickety fences wore boloed down and
tho owner ordered to put up another
quick". If a house was not in
good shape, the owner was told to fix
it up, and make it presentable or It
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