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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1903)
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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1903.
AN EASY ONE.
Hold Two-Days' Session and Ad
journ to May 13.
The board of regents of the Univer
sity of Nebraska met at 2 o'clock p. m.
on Friday last. The session continued
until Saturday evening at G o'clock.
All the members were present at the
Friday session, and all except Regent
Kenower at the session on Saturday.
Thespeclal committee to secure the
lease of some additional land for the
use of the farm departments reported
leases for 170 acres lu all.
Frank G. ..i.ller was appointed pro
fessor of forestry, services beginning
September 15, 1903. and extending to
April 15. 190-1. of the next college year.
The, remainder of Mr. Miller's time is
to be spent in the service of the United
States government as an expert for
ester. Guy G. Frary was appointed honor
ary fellow in chemistry. Geo. F. Miles,
honorary scholar in botany. Homer L.
Shantz, honorary fellow In botany, as
well as Instructor in botany at the
farm. Miss Esther Pearl Hensel was
made fellow in botany with stipend.
A leave of absence was granted to
Professor Bessey from June 20 to Oc
tober 21. 1903. Professor Hessey con
templates a trip to Russia In the in
terest of his department.
The following changes in titles and
promotions were made, taking effect
September 1. 1903:
H. R. Smith, to be professor of ani
J. H. Gain to be adjunct professor of
F. E. Clements to be assistant pro
fessor of botany.
C. R. Chatburn to be assistant pro
fessor of civil engineering.
A. I,. Haecker to be associate profes
sor of dairy husbandry.
Frank W. Smith to be adjunct pro
fessor of education.
G. E. Condra to be adjunct professor
R. A. Emerson to be associate pro
fessor of horticulture.
A. L. Candy to be assistant professor
R. E. Morltz to be assistant profes
sor of mathematics.
C. C. Enberg to be adjunct professor
R. S. Llllte to be adjunct professor of
Jl. H. Walto to be assistant professor
of bacteriology and pathology.
T. L. Bolton to be assistant professor
Clarence Skinner to be assistant pro
fessor of physics. - ,- -
Bert Spencer to be Instructor In con
struction. R. H. Wolcott to be associate pro
fessor of zoology and demonstrator in
W. A. Wlllard to be adjunct profes
sor In zoology.
Geo. H. Morse to be professor o felee
Paul H. Grummann to be associate
professor of German languages.
Amanda H. Heppner to be adjunct
professor of German.
ti,p resignation of R. S. Hlltner, In
structor In chemistry, was accepted,
taking effect March 31, 1903.
The matter of the three year law
course and Dean Burnett's suggestions
as to farm Improvements were referred
to committees, to report at the meet
ing of May 13.
Upon the recommendation or tne
medical college faculty for the courses
at Omaha, changes In the faculty were
confirmed, subject to the approval of
A communication was received pre
senting to the board a plan of co-otf-eratlon
between the University of Ne-
ARMORY, MAY 2nd
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braska and the Lincoln Dental college
whereby the students of the latter are
to matriculate as unclasBed students of
the university in certain special sub
jects, paying tuition and other fees, ac
cording to the usual custo'm for pro
fessional students. The plan was ap
proved. A like plan was presented for
co-operation between the university
and the Lincoln medical college for the
nccommodatlon of students of the lat
ter institution and upon slmllnr con
ditions. This plan also was approved.
At the session of the board on Satur
day morning the president and secre
tary of the board were authorized to
complete the negotiations and procure
title for university to the three lots at
the southeast corner of Twelfth and R
streets, near the southeast corner or
The board considered in detail the
financial budget for the current year.
Including salaries, wages and current
expenses, as submitted by the chancel
lor and the secretary. The greater por
tion of the dny was thus consumed.
With slight amendments the budgets
were approved. Salaries were raised
in only a few instances.
The board then took up the consider
ation of the suggestions of the secre
tary and the chancellor concerning
methods of procedure In relation to
proposed new buildings and other per
manent Improvements at the farm and
on the campus. The building commit
tee of five named above was appointed,
consisting of Regents Ernst, Teeters,
Forrell, Chancellor Andrews and Sec
retary DaleB, said committee to have
charge of all new building and other
works of improvement at the farm and
on the campus and to make its first re
port to a meeting of the board to be
held In May.
The board adjourned to meet on May
13, 1903. at 2 o'clock p. m., to consider
the recommendations of the medical
college faculty of candidates for the
degree of doctor of medicine and such
other buslncs as may come before the
board at that time.
German Chorus a Success.
At the German chorus class last Fri
day about one hundred were present.
H. G. Langley led In the singing, and
R. E. Cochran played the accompani
ment In tho absence of Miss Hagenow.
who has been secured as organist. The
organization will bo known as the
"University Llederkranz," and will
meet for rehearsal every Friday after
noon at 1 o'clock, In the old chapel.
Nos. 27, 48, 58, and G3 will be practiced
next Friday, In addition to those of last
time. An extra supply of books has
been ordered and may be secured at
the Unl book Btore Boon. More singers
will be welcomed by tho organization.
The Palace Barber Shop; 8 chairs.
Don Cameron's for a square meal.
Dr. Aley, chronic diseases, 1318 O.
Dr. Bentz, DentlBt, Eleventh and O.
Chapln Bros., florists, 12J So. 13th,
Lincoln Local Express transfers any
old thing. 'Phone 787.
Little Gem hoi waffles served at the
Merchant' Cafe, 117 North 13th. St.
We have a large student patronage.
Three classes of the University met
yesterday, the seniors In 110 University
hall, the Juniors In Memorial hall, and
the sophomores In the old chapel.
The senior meeting was a session to
settle class appropriations for the en
tire year. The different committees
reported the bills incurred by them.
The budget was made up and necessary
appropriations made. The program
committee reported that only about
half the members of the dnsB have
ordered programs and urged that the
rest of the orders be sent In by to
morrow. The chairman of the class
party committee reported a deficiency,
which was promptly made up by an
appropriation of money from the clasB
treasury. The Ivy dny committee re
ported the progress of arrangements
for that event and made an estimate
of the amount that will be required to
cover expenses. The money was ap
propriated. The Ivy will this year be
planted at the northeast corner of the
library. A part of the program will be
given nt that part of the campus and
the rest In Memorial hall. A half holi
day has been granted by the chancellor,
from 12:30 to 8. and It Ib expected that
the exercises will be well attended.
The committee Is putting forth every
effort to make the day a memorable
With reference to the class play, the
seniors were well pleased with the
liberality of the regents In aiding the
class by raising Miss Howell's salary
$100 to help pay for coaching those
who take part In the class play. Tho
reBt of the amount that MIbb Howell
asked for her services, $150, was cheer
fully allowed by the class.
An assessment will be made upon the
Individual members of the class to
meet the requirements of the budget.
The sophomores In their meeting
made provision for the class party next
Saturday night and arranged for the
convocation program tomorrow.- The
claBH will meet in the basement of
Memorial hall and attend the exercises
In a body. A tax was also levied upon
the class for baseball supplies.
The junior class met yesterday morn
ing at 10 o'clock In Memorial hall and
disposed of several matters of business.
It was decided to allow the members of
the class football team to wear the
letters '04 on their caps and sweaters.
A commltteo was then appointed to
take up a collection for baseball sup
plies. Messrs. Allen and McNown then
made a few remarks on behalf of the
Sombrero. Mr. Allen stated that tho
liabilities were at present $1,500, and
unless the members of the class made a
supreme effort to sell the books the
management would not come out even.
There are by far a larger number of
pages, he said, and a larger number
of engravlngB than have been In any
previous annual. He announced that
In order to sell all the books the board
had decided to offer a Sombrero to
every Junior who would procure twenty
bona fide subscribers. He then dis
tributed a largo number of contract
blanks to those who wished to procure
subscribers. Mr. McNown took a few
minutes to describe the book and gave
a glowing description of the athletic
department, which will be one of the
chief features. The book will he on
sale next Monday and the price will be
Nebraska Wins Second Indian
Game by 14 to 2.
Three bad errors allowed the Indians
to make two scores In tho game Sat
urday. Beginning with the third In
ning, when the colts knocked Hoplnknh
out of the box and ran In nine scores,
the game was all theirs, and If a couple
of the men had played the game a shut
out would have resulted. Morris was
In the box for the 'varsity and did
Hplendld work. With good support he
held the braves down to a low number
of hits and greatly Inct eased his pros
pects for being one of the trio of twlrl
ers to make the trip. In the absence
of Bell. Gore, filled his position In left
field. The dny was a good one for
baseball, and a large crowd was pres
ent. The 'varsity did Its work In the third
inning, batting all around the pitcher
and forcing him to retire before the
Inning was over. Fetz went to bat
and made a two-base hit. Townsend
fanned and Bender walked to first.
Wilson knocked a two-bagger and
Stern landed one in right field that
made three scores before the ball could
be returned. Shelmer mnde a' nice hit
and (Sore walked. Morris kept up the
woik. Hood went out on a lly to right
field, and Fetz. to bat for the second
time, made another hit and scored.
Townsend went to third on a hit. Ben
der sacrificed and brought Townsend
In. Wilson made a nlco hit In tho next
Inning and scored on a series of errors.
Hood. Townsend and Bender Bcored in
the seventh, and Gore In tho eighth.
Hoplnknh for tho Indians hit Morris
for a single In the seventh and1 scored
on an error by shortstop. Sprague, In
the eighth, went to flrBt on a safo hit,
stole necond and reached homo on a
series of errors.
The team has reason to feel especial
ly Jubilant over its two victories and
that the scores are n decisive as they
are Is all tho more encouraging. The
Indians have a reputation for being
hard players, but were clearly out
classed when they met the frlBky colts.
Fetz, bb. .
Wilson, lb 5
8teen, 2b 5
Shelmer, rf 5
Gore. If 5
MorrlB, p 5
Total 40 35 12 14 6 0
AB A H R ESO
Shlmlnack, 3b 4 00 0 1 0
Waukechon. rf 4 2 0 0 0 1
Hoplnknh, lb 3 C 2 1 2 0
Short Bull, c 4 1 1 0 1 1
Enow, cf ....4 3 0 0 0 0
Sweezy, 2b .....3 4 0 0 1 1
Bears, ss.. p 3 0 1 0 1 0
Sprague. If 3 0 1 1 1 0
Duffy, p., ss.-.,. 3 4 0 0 11
Total 31 20 5 2 8 4
Score by innings:
Nebraska 0 0 9 10 0 3 1 14
Indians :. 0 00000 11 02
C. E. Brown, Dentist Burr block.
Have C. A. Tucker, Jeweler, 1123 O,
$3.00 commutation ticket for $2.70 at
the Merchants' Cafe. 117 No. 12th St
8tudonts are cordially invited.
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