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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1903)
G be alls TRe br ae nan
e Dafy Ucbraskan.
A consolidation of
TUo Hesperian, Vol. Ill, Tho Xobrankiin, VoL lo,
Bcnrlot and Crown, Vol. 4.
lolin D, Rloe
A. Q. Bobrolber
O. A. Bawyer
A. F. Booker
Qnylonl G. Bunnott
Omoeni Editorial, U BOflHl Biwlnww, U 211&
Post OlHoo, Box 10, Btatlon A, Lincoln.
Subscription Prloo, $2 por year. In kdvano.
Entered at tho postoffloo at Lincoln, Nebraska
as necond-claHS mall matter.
Rumors aro current concerning dep
redations that tho Sophs are planning
against the person and propeity of
certain of tho FreHhmen. Not satis
fled with the outcome of last Monday's
contest they Intend pushing the Issue
further, holding as their view that no
Freshman class should bo allowed to
administer Its affairs unopposed. It
Is qulto likely, however, that the
Freshman meeting for the election of
officers next Monday will not ho dis
turbed, but whatever tho Sophomores
do AvllI probably be of a local nature.
The Freshmen will have reason to con
gratulate themselves when their af
fairs aro settled and everything run
This morning occurs tho second foot
ball rally of tho year, and It is up to
ftJVGry student and membor of tho fac
ility to attend and do all In their power
to instill a confidence into tho players
for tholr battlo with Colorado next
Saturday. "Wo are In tho midst of a
hard soason now audi tho studont body
should not draw back a slnglo step
In lending to tho team Its united and
enthusiastic support. Only In colleges
whero tho gamo Is well supported are
strong toamB found, and tuolr strength
Is as a rulo commensurate with the na
turo and tho amount of backing given
them by tho student body.
Colorado has a heavy team and a
good record, and tho energetic co-operation
of tho studont body with the
mon in tho lino will add to tho com
pleteness of tho victory for, while we
do not like to boast, wo can not an
ticipate any other result. The people
of Lincoln havo been liberal In sup
porting tho team and have turned out
In goodly numbers, but tho students
should not leave It entirely to them to
push tho Interests of football here.
If tho Btudents will only como out
and hear what will bo said In chapel
this morning and act on cho impulses
Uiroused, then there would be no rea
Bon for doubt as to the attendance
at Saturday's game. Let ovory stu
dent bear in mind tho fact that the
team needs his support, and if each
one does his duty and attends the
meeting this morning ho will be duly
impressed by thiB fact. Lot all como
out. It will do us good to bo togother
and learn of the opinions of those who
aro in a position to speak of tho team'B
prospects; for looming up in tho dis
tance wo Bee in retrospect a series of
games that will call forth the best that
is in our team, and which seem to In
crease in magnitude as we draw nigh
to each in its order.
There aro fle games yet, any one
of which is liable to surpass any as
yet played and two of which aro cer
tain to do bo. Tho interest stirred up
at this meeting wll have a lasting ef
fect and give impetus to similar move
ments in tho future. Therefore como
out we mean everybody and use your
vocal powers In convincing tho team
that you are with them and bo pre
pared to receive into your minds tho
Just arguments that will bo advancodr
tending to show why our student body
should do all In its power to promote
tho interests of our championship
Ono of the most original and novel
schemes for pushing any enterprise Ib
tho Athletic Carnival that has been
arranged by members of tho faculty.
Tho fact that a spectacle will, actually
bo furnished of faculty members con
testing in athletic sports is a sufficient
guarantee of the success of tho under
an athletic nature occurred here that
taking. Never before b-- in event oi
promised so much entertainment as
does this, and the very Inception of
the scheme shows cleverness and at
tho same time shrewd calculation.
Somo system of raising money for the
college settlement had to be devised,
and In order not to Interfere with any
of tho plans that already exist and
havo been put into execution, it was
necessary that something new and sen
satlonnl be arranged, In order to at
tract the Interest and gain the support
of University people and the general
public. The committee In charge of
affairs are conducting matters in tlu
right way and are pushing the enter
prise vigorously, with every prospect
of suc( ess.
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The Library Fee.
enrolled In the colleges pay this fee.
Those In the schools do not pay, but
they are required to pay laboratory
fees. Those paying tho library fee
for the most part use tho books fre
quently and are taking work in tho
All the money secured by means of
this fee is used to swell the library
fund that 1b devoted to the purchase
of books most badly needed.
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Chairs for ladies and gentlemen.
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We have the University
Colors Embossed on Sta
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and several styles to pick
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Books and Stationery
The Yellow Front. 1 123 O Street
A second request for metallurgists
bus been received at tho executive of
fice and at the headquarters of tho
chemistry department. Twenty-four
men are wanted, graduates preferred.
The request comes from tho Harbison
Walker Refractory Co., of Pittsburg.
Here Is a good opportunity for any
student fitted to take advantago of It,
The University treasurer reports that
tho sum of $1,600 will bo added this
year to the library fund as a result
of tjie ono doHdji- charged to each stu
dent not paying some Kind of a labor
atory fee, as a library lee.
For some time theio has been a
strong feeling among many members
of the faculty that somo plan should
bo devised by means of which the de
partmental libraries could be made
stronger. The great need was for du
plicates of the volumes most In de
mand and for volumes to replace those
too badly worn for further service.
The fund at Ihe disposal of the library
authorities was not sufficient to meet
the need. In several departments col
lections were taken In classes to make
certain purchases. Finally at a meet
ing of tho committee on fees the mat
ter was taken -up and Mr. Wyer was
consulted as to tho advisability of levy
ing a small sum upon tho students not
paying laboratory fees. Ho considered
it an excellent move, which would re
sult In great good to the students them
selves. The result of. tho trial has been
Somo years ago each of tho de
partments decided upon tho fees thought
necessary to bo charged in its own
domain. The results were submitted
to the faculty and their recommenda
tion sentto tho board of regents which
acted uno themliowever, tho growth
of the univeTfiltynas been so rapid and
the necessity for the formation of new
departments and schools requiring lab
oratory work so pressing that a spe
cial committee, was appointed by the
regonta to take charge of tho fixing
of fees for the entire Institution. The
regents agreed to -act on the decision
of this committee. Only the students
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