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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1904)
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C Ztafy lltbraskan.
A ooinolMntlon of
(The Heiporinn, Vol. 01 , Tlio Nobrnnkan, VoL lo,
Scnrlet and Cream, Tol. 4.
John O. IUm
A. Q. Sohrelber
0. A. Sawyer
Nw - - - P. A. Bwing
Athletic - - J. D. ClaWc
Literary - Dorothy Green
Repor:er D. P. De Young nd Mable Fouler
DffloMt Editorial, U 103 H; Bualnrai, U 211W.
Post OMce, Box 18, Station A, Lincoln.
ftabaorlptlon Prlot, 13 per jronr. In advanaa.
in in . m.. ii .i .. - i i i i . mt
Vuterad at tho poatoflloo at Llnooln, NabraaU
aa leoond-olass mall matter.
Unloaa ordered discontinued Tho
Daily Nebraskan will bo sent tho com
ing aomester to all prosent subscribers.
Tho iluulntlon of a petition for the
election of t'.e editor and biiHlness
manager of tho Sombrero by the Soph
omore class is on Important move
ment, yet matters have come to such
a pufiB as to require this action, In
order that the book next year may be
mado a snccesB. Such methods that
have prevailed In the pffst can not
continue to operate flagrantly and Btill
be countenanced. A change Ib neces
sary and a majority of the Sophomore
class are active in demanding It as
well as the University public In gen
oral. The action of the class Ib re
quired In order that the remedy may
be devised and applied. They muet
take their stand and take it now. as
they are now doing, In oldei that good
may be accomplished. The book must
be made to primarily fulfill the de
sires and purposes of tho class and of
the University instead of certain indi
viduals. Sufficient returns must be
forthcoming for the investment made
and only under such conditions cm.
the best results be obtained. Graft
is injurious to any system with which
it Is connected, and whatever the in
dividual thus obtains Is-detiimental lo
the muse which he is expected to
serve. Tho management of the Som
brero has degenerated Into a lnrm of
speculation In which those in charg'j
hae used every endeavor to benefit
themselves and at the same time to get
it something that might pass for a
as book, which is only such in
name. If the proper per cent of the
amounts raised should be devoted to
making tho book as perfect and com
plete as possible, then the results would
be much more satisfactory. No one
demands that those In charge should
-not receive reasonable compensation.
But tho University desires that.niore of
tho money collected should be deToted
to the book than has been in the past,
and thai those In charge should not un
duly recompense Uhemselves at the
expense of the book. In order that
such conditions may exist It is neces
sary that men who can be trusted be
put in charge of the work Such rnon
con best be secured by election by the
class. Thercfoio It Is for the best In
terests of the Sophomoic class and
the Univerlty that an election bo held
and the best men chosen.
The World-Herald has been calling
the attention of tho public to-the view'
of prominent citizens concerning the
Temple Fund, and has dwelt upon
these as being conclusive and of great
weight and Importance. After read
ing theuii it Ib interesting to note th.1
opinions expre3ed of late. by some of
the lrjpst prominent citizens and most
kfen-olghted business men of the state,
whkh ar.- beginning to come foith as
a leacjlon against tho agitation that
the World-Herald lias aroused among
those of Kn own pc:silao!on. We find
that Hie iews of the people of the
state aie not oniynot altogether one
sided, but thoto Is a bare possibility
that tho leaning may be tho other way
and It probably is. The World-Hci-ald
has sought primnrily the oplniors
of Its sympathizers, hoping to bury
whatocr acheise iows that might be
rerched In the hirgrr mass, nut what
"corns the strangest thing now Is tint
It Is at piesent ou.ipicd briefly In
combatting opinions favlrable to tli"
Temple Kund. This i Indeed a chong
In tho stato of affairs. Tho people of
tho state are beginning to assert them
selves and It is evident tbtey do not
care to fall In with the nhaoks made
by the World-Herald. Tho paper ha
vigorously prcs.nted one side, but now
by its being constantly compelled in
combat views opposite to its own, it isj
evident that the lido has set In tho oth
er direction and that Its force is be
The basket ball game tonight is an
Inviting attraction. Those who come
out will be well rewarded for their
pains, as the Y. M. C. A. men are i
strong aggregation, and our team will
hae an excellent chance to show its
strength. The team has developed con
stantly, and the Omaha players will
have their hands full in boating them
I et everyone attend this game.
New Officers Appointed.
The tollowing appointments weir
lead at drill lust evening:
Special Order No. lu.
1. The following cadets are hereb
b tailed on dally duty as clerks in the
Private Hoy Hatton, Co D., and K
H. McCnw. Co. B, and D. D. Drain.
2. The following appointments and
piomotions are hereby made In th"
battalion to "take effect this date:
To be quartermaster sergeant: Ser
geant C. M. Loftier.
To bo sergeants: Corporal F. C.
Hrooklngs and F. A. Andrson.
To be coiporais: Privates 1.. A. Hig
gins and A. I.. 1 ott.
To be iorgeantt: Corporals .L. A.
Taul and P. Horst.
To be corporals: Piivatrs O. I. Car
son. H. S. V(thera!d and W. R. Wood
vraid. CO. C.
To be qunr tor in aster sergeant: Ser
geant R. H. Scrlbner.
To be Hergeants: Corporal E. II
To bo corporals: Privates J. S.
Slmms and E. D. Slaughter.
The above named non-commissioned
officers will be obeyed and respected
accordingly. By order of.
The reassignment of guns was con
tinued, Company B receiving new
pieces. Captain Chase announced that
the regular Friday classes In military
science would meet this afternoon, as
the text books have arrived.
Suspended For Cribbing.
Seven students have been suspended
fiom the University of Wisconsin Law
School. One has been punished be
cause of immoral conduct, and six
otheis have tnllen victims to the vigil
ance of the new dean of the college of
law in seeking out those who cheat In
examinations. Piolessor Harry Rlch
atds, the new dean, sui prised the law
depot tment ten days ago by warning
that infractions of the rule against
"cribbing" examinations would he
watched for by monitors and tho of
fendeis would be Suspended.
Special rate to students ut Hendry's.
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