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THE DAILY EBRASKAN.'
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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University of Nobrn nkn.
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J. W. Crobtroo, Pronldent.
O, I. Towno. Hoflrctary.Troanuror.
J. I. Wyor, T. J. Howott, K. W. Waihburn.
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One of the most noticeable and moBt
marked improvements for some time
lias made Its appearance on the cam
pus. In other words the "waste paper
cans." With convenlecos so easily
placed In reach of the students there
should be no need of further cautlon
iiiRs on the part of the Chancellor In
regard to the untidencHB of tho Uni
There Is quite a temptation for the
average student in hurrying to and
from classes to carelessly drop a frag
ment of paper or other light material.
This done, tho wind drives it about
over the campus and togjeJhejijwlth
other such rubbish piles It In the cor
ners that very materially spoil tho
beauty of the University's home.
All such forward and ofllclont means
to Improve the general appearance of
tlio University grounds should meet
with unlvorsal approval.
Bololt (Wis.) has recently started
Its training table for the football men.
An epoch In the history of Ann Ar
bor was recently pnBsed when the cor
ner stone of the now medical building
was placed. This Is claimed to be one
of the finest buildings of its kind In
The total number of Btudeuts at
Yalo this year will be about 2.750 an
Increase of 200 over last year.
la Iown university tho battalion
lacks some commissioned ofllcers.
Notice has been given to the seniors
that those who are eligible to such of
llco can submit their names for appli
cation to the place.
it has beon the custom ut Bololt,
Wis., that at chapel services those
present should leave In order of their
seniority. Tho old custom Is in dan
ger, and a movement Is on hand to
recreate the old-time custom.
Secret practice has been Indulged In
at Michigan for the last week and the
rooters there, It Is reported, have be
como impatient to see what was going
The senior class at Illinois Univer
sity has challenged tho faculty to a
football gamo. Tho question is: "Will
thcro bo a game?"
California had a celebration last
week to rouse football enthusiasm.
Tho features were rettos-de-nolr aiid a
The Stanford (Cal.) Dally has re
cently published a complete report of
nil tho oxpensoB during commence
The University band at Leland Stan
ford has a football team.
Plans are being formulated at the
University of California whereby
there shall be a University cap, worn
only by the members of the three up
Eighty young ladies aro membors
of the California tennis association.
California has a rooters' club which
is also affiliated with a glee club.
Plans aro at present being formul
ated to establish a chapter of the Sig
ma XI fraternity in the University of
California. The Sigma XI Is a scholar
ship fraternity, analogious to tho Phi
Beta Kappa, but confined exclusively
to thoso engaged In scientific work,
Membership in the eastern chapters
Is granted for marked ability In scien
tific research rather than for a uni
formly high record in class work, and
It is aimed to apply the same test In
the local chapter. A simultaneous
movement is being instituted at Stan
ford and it is hoped that in tne near
future charters will be granted for
chapters in both institutions.
The existence of a scientific schol
arship society has been found to be a
powerful influence in stimulating sci
entific research work in the undergrad
uate body, and Sigma XI. although a
rather new fraternity has made rapid
growth In the East Dally Callforman.
There was a time when women In the
University would have been astonished
had they been able to look forward to
this day to see some of the ways in
which their sucessors would get rid of
money. It is not very long ago that
an oyster supper in a rented or bor
rowed room was regarded as ample
celebration for an inltlaltlon. To
day the spreads oil such occasions trre
elaborate banquets. Then, the Idea
of one girl taking another for a drive
or making her gifts of flowers would
have been decidedly novel. Iu 1901
the livery and florists bills of tho
various sororities for the first week
of the rushing season would endow a
small scholarship. Michigan Daily
Mr. Miller will meet students wish
ing to consult him about credit. Tues
day. This Avll'be the last opportunity
to arrange such credits.
The mandolin club of Ames, Iowa,
will glvo a concert for tho benefit of
The engineering society will hold
its regular meeting Wednesday even
ing at 7:30. Besides tho election bf
officers there will be considerable bus
iness to transact, the most Important
being In regard to the expected report
of the annual committee appointed
last year to solicit contributions and
to gather Information to be used for
the first publication of the Engineer
ing students of the University of Ne
braska. If apparent enthusiasm does
not deceive, the proposition of the En
gineering annual will be unaimously
agreed upon and a board of editors and
managers elected at once.
Tho senior laws met yesterday and
elected Mr. Anderson captain of the
The observatory was crowded last
night by visitors who took a look at
8aturn through the big telescope. Last
night was tho regular visitor's even
ing. C.S. Jensen, director of an academy
noar Breklum, Germany, camo through
Lincoln yesterday on his vacation tour
in America. When shown through tho
Unlvorslty he expressed considerable
surprise and satisfaction at the me
thods In use horo. The engineering la
bratories seemed to him an almost
Ideal school and entirely satisfied his
notion of the proverbial praticablllty
During the summer vacation the
University herbarium received a con
siderable addition to the "Williams
Collection," aggregating probably 1,500
to 2,000 specimens. They are all
lichens, and will be added to the col
lection deposited last spring. This
makes tho herbarium of Nebraska one
of the richest In tho lichens of any in
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