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A connolldntlon of
Tho Henporlan, Vol. 01', Tho NebrwOcnn, Vol, 10
Scnrlot nnd Cronm, Vol. 4.
Published dully, except Sunday and Monday,
at tho University of Nobranka, Lincoln, Nob.
by tho Hosperlan Publishing Co.,
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CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.
The change with legate! to I'lertlvoa
mude by the Boaul of UegontH at their
hist meeting was the result of Inade
nracy in the present system. Rather
itnvas the result of too gieat ndequac.
Under the present regime it is possi
ble for one to secure a diploma with
out having really delved under the
him face in any one subject. One bun
dled und twenty-five houis of any-
uot the education that the now systems
pron.lseH to mean. Out of fifty-four
hours, ehoBen by men who know, raoro
real education can ho had than out of
ono hundred and twenty-five hours
scattered about any old place.
The requirement that each student
must take at least twonty-four hours
In one. department Is another move in
the right direction. This means, to
n certain extent, specialization. Con
fronted by the fact that this much
t.me must bo devoted to one certain
branch, the student will naturally stop
to consider, and this pause to think
will have a great effect in shaping
the student's University course and a
greater effect on his life work.
Tho new system, thon, does away
with the present possibility, the pres
ent probability of wasted energy, and
tends to concentrate effort, and as
concentrated energy Is better than dlf-fiw-od
energy, so the new system will
prove superior to the prosent one
Most anybody can paddle around on
the surface, but it takes the trained
expert to dive deeply and discover
t;rasures beneath the surface.
Strings and Organ.
(a) Menuet Hocdieilni
(h) Stllles QlucK Schaper
ic) A la Hongrolse . .. .Schubert
Strings and Organ Capriccio Ital
ian Tschalkowsk y
Mr. Chas Hagenow.
Mr. H. H. Husted.
Mrs. Ina Ensign-Hagonow.
Miss Lillian Eiehe.
II , A. Tiall, dll engineering, '97,
now in i hat Re of the lailway construc
tio nln the mountains of Virginia, was
a campus isitor thi week
Two ippresentatlves of the Lincoln
Electric conipa.iy visited the Engineer,
lug laboratory a few dajs ago and
tested some of their apparatus
Aitei the business meeting of the
Engineering society last Wednebdaj,
William Grant, civil engineering, '1)7,
gae a very practical talk on mechan
ical drafting and the methods prac-
The Battle of the Wild Eyed
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thing the student is minded to take,
and the treasured trophy is obtained.
And such a system, of courso, cannot
stand. When the elective system was
adopted it was thought by giving the
student absolute freedom of choice that
this privilege would not be abused.
And in many instances it was not
abused Intentionally, but abuse fol
lowed, nevertheless. Loft quite to
himself, with no definite course in
mind upon entering the University,
many a student registered for what
ever subjects came at convenient hours.
Many students have registered In tho
University with nothing in "view but a
higher education, and under the im
pression that one hundred and twenty
five hours, taken promiscuously, with
the diploma and tho A. B. at the end
meant education. And so they do, but
tlced by some of tho companies of the
United States. He gave tho students
many very valuable suggestions. Some
of his own drawings were used to il
lustrate the lecture.
Messrs. R. T. Corr and R. H. Heaton
of the department of mechanical en
gineering, have chosen "Superheated
Steam" as the topic for their work.
Superheated steam is used very little
at the present time for practical pur
poses and very little data on the sub
ject can be found. The object of their
work Is to determine the Increased
efficiency of a steam engine, especially
or. light loads, as an early cut-off
means a largo cylinder condensation.
They have been compelled to build a
suporheater and fit up burners using
crude oil. Their apparatus Is now
complete and they hope to get some
interesting data on the subject.
DOUBLE BREASTED SACK
FOR THE COLLEGE MAN
of the day who demands
his style to the minute, our DbL
Breasted Sack seems to be the
right thing comfortable, long,
deep chested, full bodied, with a
deep vaent; altogether beyond
the small shop tailor, and very
close to the high-priced city
tailor who clothes the careless
spender- Materials,' rough and
smooth Worsteds, Serges, Sax
ony, and smooth finished Cassi
meres, English Homespuns in
plaids, checks and mixturesf
gray and brown, and the ever
popular blues and blacks.
$15, $18, $20,
Armstrong Clothing Co.,
GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS
Every day from March 1st to May
lF.th, 1905, lntlushe, the Union Pacific
v.-Ill sell one-way tic hots from Mlsrouri
Rher Territories (Council Bluffs to
Kansas City, inclushe) as follows:
$20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City.
$20.00 to Helena and Butte, Montana.
$22.50 to Spokane and Wcnatchee,
$22 50 to Huntington and Nampa,
$25 00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.
$25 00 to Vancouver and Victoria.
$25.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Oro-
gon, via Portland.
$25.00 to San Francisco, I.os Angeles
and San Diego.
Correspondingly low rates to many
other California, Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah, and Idaho points.
Through Tourist cars run every day
on Union Pacific between Missouri
River andTaclflc CoaBt; double berth
$5.75. For full Information call on or
addre6B, E. B. Slosson.
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We have been very ucceuful la
catering to weddings and parties
where tomething EXTRA FINE
la wanted. Why can't we furnish
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The First National Bank
of Lincoln, Neb.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Undivided profits . . 40,000.00
8. H. Burnhnm, Prea.
A. J. Sawyer, Vice-President.
H. S. Freeman, Cashier.
H. B. EYanB, Aeat. Cashier.
Frank Parks, Asst. Cashier.
P. R. Bojtorday, Auditor.
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