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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1901)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
THE DAILY NEBttASKAN
fc newspaper dovotod to tlio Interests of the
Unlvnrslly of Nttlirn bUii.
Tubllsliod nt 134 North 11th fit , by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crnblrro, I'reildont
0. L. Towne, Serrotnry.Tronsiiror.
J. I. Wyer, T. J. Hovvott. K. V. Washburn.
BninLinn H .McCavv
QrOROB P. SlIlDLKR
- Athletic Editor
II. C. Pollard. CliNon Cnrtcr,
Norrls Hnso. It. T Hill.
J. It. Knrnej, CHIT Crooks
John A. Wilson, Linn M Huntington
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Kntorort lit the post oHlou at Lincoln. Neb
is second dost mull mutter
CHANUKLLOR ANDREWS ON
The folluwlnir.arlialu Hiving Chun
collor Andrew's opinion on hn.inir'iip
pear in tho Wooster Voice, ulonc
with other evprcssions of prom
inent educators in tills cwmtry on tlie
"Tlio wliolo system o In.itii,' and
rushini! Is an abomination, and disre
putahle. It is prohihi teri'i n tlio Uni
versity of Nebraska, and 1 believe
tho time is near at tiand when it will
at least be frowned upon, if not to
tally abolished, in the univoisitles
and colleges of the country.
"In tho lirst place, there is no ex
cuse for it. It is akin to outlawry,
and should not bo countenanced.
Clean athletics among students has
no better friond or supporter than
myself. I believe in football, base
ball, running, jumping, anything
that is orderly and under proper re
straint. Rushes, on the contrary,
smack of tho mob, where bad temper
laulten disulavcd,aiul luuing is 11-
a in thing, worse.
"At a meeting, quite well attend
ed, or heads of universities, the mat
ter came up Tor discussion, and I
lound buTTonc oT""tho number who
was a champion of rushes and halng.
Theio lias boen but one case of the
latter slnco 1 havo been connected
with tho Nebraska university. That
was last spring, when a memunr of
tho law school, a man along in years,
who insisted on woarinu a long beard
or sandy color, after being requested
by classmates to have it removed,
was waylaid and forcibly shaven.
The men guilty ol hazing dici not
lack supporters, and I was told there
wore extenuating circumstances, but
1 do not believe in breaking a law to
corroct an ovll. It Is tjnllkely that
tho olTonso will bo repeated here."
E. Benjamin Andrews, Cnancellor.
Tho enrollments of the largest
schools this yoar ar in their order as
follows: Harvard, 0,704; Culumola,
4,392; Univorslty of Miohiagn, 3,813;
University of Chicago, 3,774; Univer
sity of Minnesota, 3,423; University
of California. 3,2l."; Cornell. 3.004;
Yale, 2.584; Pennsylvania. 2,573.
Members of tho Faculty acsiring to
contribute to thoMcKinlcv Memorial
Arch fund will find a list In the Sec
The literary societies havo ench
prepared special programs for to
night. The Fullndian have given
their hall over to the elocutionary
depait merit of tho Nebraksa Wosley
an. A program of exceptional
strength ami merit is promised.
The Union soclcty'wlll review the
liie and work of that popular western
author lirct Harto. The program will
be as lollows:
Vocal Solo. Nit. Doane
Miography of lirct Unite. Miss
II u Hoy.
Reading. Mr. SpalTord.
Reading, Miss Daughters.
Two Characters, Mr. Hawthorn.
Reading, Miss McCune.
Reading, Miss Doane.
Violin Solo. Mr. Nelson.
The Delians have taken Mark
Tvain as tho subject or the program,
which Is as follows:
Vocal Solo, Miss Lnnan.
Selections. ('. E. Teach.
Instrumental Solo, Miss Sinout.
Sketch of Lite, V. C. Untie.
Reading, Roy nlckionl.
Reading, A. II. Maxwell.
ocal Solo, Miss Talcott.
The department of electrical en
gineering has. secured the promise, or
a lecture from W. A. Layman, Assis
tant Ceneral Manager of the Wagner
Electric Manufacturing Co., of St.
Louis. Mr. Layman is chief elec
trician for liis company and his lec
ture will he on some technical sub
ject His experience in his line of
work will make his talk of special
valuo to prospective electricians. lie
has recently put in a number of
transformers for his com pay at the
big Niagara Kails powci plant.
Tho Maxwell debating club will
discuss tlio following question tomor
row night: Resolved. That the Si
berian system of exiling convicts is
more humane aiul humanitarian than
the American penitentiary system.
The speakers: Afllrmatlve: Cronin,
Donahue, Thorgeson. Negative:
Doblin, I'taU, Kutchcr.
- l-tnttstmHntcrcst is reported among"
the students in the Y. M. V. A.
work this year. The committee that
Is at work raising funds to meet the
expenses ol the association is having
very encouraging success
Tho lirst issue ol the University of
Chicago WecKly was prlnteo in green
in honor of the Freshman class.
Tho University of Alabama is
agitating the question of having a
If yon two rvpec'tino- to (Mitet'lho (Mlienl
Profession, write fov c;il;ilon-u( and information
re'Jirdiii"' tlie above College. A four year's
com si with jxci'llent 1 1bor.1t ory ami abundant chemical farili
Ue, isolleied. Graduates from lileini' colleges of upproved
stTndin r are permitted to en'er the Sophom ire vear. Addiv.ss
lVING BROWN, AL D., Secretary. I .'til and Pacific Sts .
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