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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
TBE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k nswipapar dornteil to tlio internals of tho
Unlromlty f Nolirh hWh.
Fnbllaliol nt H4 Nortli lltli Rt , by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. V. Crnlitreo, I'msidont.
0. L. Towns, Sorrnliirv-TrBamiror.
J. I. Wynr, T J. Howott, I?. W. WuRhburn.
KiKnr.iNn (I M Caw
Qlukqic P. Hiiiulkr -
- Alhlutio Editor
R. C. Pollard. Clifton Carter,
NorrlB Ilim R- 1 Hill,
J. It. Fnrury, Cliff Crooks
Jolin A. Wiliou. LlnuM Huntinifton
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ns si'conll class mull mutter
Through tho carelessness ol the
romnositoi who made tin the tonus of
1 ho Daily yesterday, sorno mat I or of
a political 11:11.11 re found its wav into
tlio columns ot tlio" paper. The ennr
was not discovered in time to remedy
It bctore the paper was (list rihuteo.
Tnls la a matter nioutly to he re
setted hy the mnuaucment of the
paper hut tinder the circumstances
it coiud hardly have hoen anidcn.
The matter r.ir the papci was lott in
the hands of the compositoi who con
triry to sped He directions, used
some pi lie mattei ol a political
nature which had hoen used In the
Nebraska I'ost. The explanation in
another place In tho Nebraska Post
Compam is sufficient to clear the
paper of any Intentional misuse of
To the ICditor of the Daily Nebras
kan: InLhooaho of all Institutions it,
VJry often happens that experience
subsqeuent to their orgaination sug
gests iniproveinets, without in the
least roffooting upon the wisdom of
the organler.s. Your correspondent
now wishes to point out a defect in
an institution within the University
and, after briellly mentioning the
ellects, make a proposition tor the
amelioration of the existing state of
It is impossible for anjoiie, unless
his head is clogged up by a cold that
approaches the very limit in seventy
to fl'nter the IMecl anic Art-. n..n
without becoming violently aware of
the existence of-a Domestic Science
dODartment. Since modesty is a trait
always admired in the small buy it
appears that it oould be equally com
uiondaole when applied to the Do
mestic Sclen-e laboratories. Of
course, it Is just as impossible for
tlie inexperienced chef t retiln the
etTects of boiling cabuag or onions
within the wails of the kitchen, as it
is for tie freshman engineer to fol-low-the
chaik-lii owtli his saw.
However these odifer us elTcrts rise
us invisibly as hydrtgen, greatly to
the inconvenience of the industrious
engineers whoso workrooms are up
stairs. In accbraam'e'e with their
onuln tliei.c "effects" inspire the
laborer ither with a melancholly
promonition of the torrlb o problems
of lire, r th . I ap iy anticipation of
Thanksigvlinrathome; both of which
results nro detrimental to efficiency.
Now It appears to bo feasaolo to
take advantage of the ambitious
property of kitchen odors and place
the kitchen immediately under the
roof, following tho example of most
up-to-date hotelR This could meet
with no objections so long ns telegra
phic, oommunicat ion with Mars re
mains a thing merely to be react
Furthermore. anyone who is'
familiar with Mechanic, Arts hall
knows tliat there is about live times!
as much space available on the lourth
Moor as Domestic Science lanoralories
now occupy in the basement the
only reason tor the retention in
the basement being apparently
that our elhalinus spirit does
not permit us to require the
ladies to mount three Mights or
staiis This emeigency, howevei,
can be readily and effectually met by
Installing an elevator in the an shaft
to the right of the hull at the base
ment entrance. The design of such
an elevator is a matter of a lew
passes on the ubiquitous sliderule
and a few hours' 'pushing the
pencil" in thedralting 1 00111 Tho
elevator ran then be built, in tho
shops md ail the necessary motive
power can be. obtained ftom the test
engines whoso useful enemy is at
present being wasted through brakes.
In conelua.on there remains, only I tin t
the proper nuthonti -h give, the word
and tlio hof cd for results will ho ton
Consulting Kngmt r.
AN K Pi, A NATION.
Through 'he carelessness of an eiu
phijee who has since been discharged,
some political plate matter was used
in estei(lay's issue ol the Daily
This man who made up the forms fjr
the Daily had been given delinite in
structions not to use any matter of
this kind but aid in dneet opposition
to these instructions We tool that
this explanation is due. as the editor
of the paper was in nu was respons
ible lor the appearance o this mat
ter. TIIK NKI5KA.sK A l'()T 1 (.
The Engineering society ol l.olano
Stanford is luninilating plaus. where
by it may be enabled to keep a record
ot all the work which its graduates
are doing in the different Melds or
The t'nhersity of Mleluagn has
property valued at two million dol
lars. Mudcuts of Yale are called upon tor
tH for subscriptions for tlio athletic
activities of that institution.
Columbia has a totai enrollment of
The Unhersity or California has
determined to send their rootball
coach, Frank Simpson, to eastern col
leges for tho remainder of the season
to study later methods in dse there.
Yale is complaining or a decided
lack or debating spirit.
The aluniuni commissioned officers
of the University of California in
tend to give a military ball some time
in the future.
The young ladles 'of the University
of California are now in the midst of
the basket ball season. They are hav
ing their courts repaired arid built
around with bleachers and fences, for
The University of Minnesota is at
present, organizing an orchestrn.
The, Glee club of Minnesota has
finally been organized for this sea
Cornell is in the midst or an in
teresting tennis tournament.
The .Juniors or Leland Stanford
have been planning lor a considerable
length of time to have an outdoor en
tertainment calico the "Plug Uglj,"
were the class hat will he dedicated
Cornell is h.mrig additions and im
provements made on its boat house.
The class tootball teams 01 eastern
colleges hae interollegiato games
A Turkey supper at, St. Paul'
church Thursday evening. I". cents.
Served from ." .H) on. students
l rlends are often sent to the wrong
address because students have re
moved, without reporting the change
at, the Registrar's office.
Wednesday and Thursday are al
ways busy days at
Specially pric h nMHss;ipis crvsiU a demand for the adver
tised items quoted for these days each week.
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