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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1905)
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the Daily Htbraskan
A conHolIdntlon of
The llpfiprrlnn, VoT31. The Ncbranknn,
Vol. 10, Scnrlct and Crcnm, Vol. 4.
rubllohnl dnlly, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho Unlvcrnlty of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Henperlan Publish
Board of Directors
K. F. Plpor C. R. Richards
H. P. Leavltt
John Wcstovcr E. R. Walton,
taken tho policy of tho principal or
that that gentleman will, if the'eharges
are true, finally come to see the
matter In the right light and allow tho
various branches of athletics to con
tinue their rapid development uninterrupted.
Klltor-ln-Chlcf - -Manager
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Circulator - -
Fred A. Swcelcy
A. a. Schrolber
- - A. M. Levy
- - Walter E. Standevcn
Athletic ----- R. A. Van Orsdel
Assistant Athletic - - - H. I... Swan
News H. O. Myers
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tho act of congroSB of March 3, 1879.
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An encouraging feature of tho dress
parade held on the campus after com
petitive last evening was the number
of students who roinovod their hats
while tho band played our national
hymn and in like manner saluted the
Hag as iw passed.
Tho Varsity track team left ester
day for Sioux City to compete in a trl-
8chool of Superintendence.
Tho manager of the summer session
sent out circular letters yesterday atftg
vertislng tho School of Superintend
ence, which Is to be held in connection
with the summer school. The sum
mer session will begin on June 1G this
year. Tho School of Superintendence
Is rathor an Innovation in western
summer schools. Tho first one ever
offered by this University was held in
connection with summer school last
year and proved very successful. An
excellent corps of instructors has been
secured for this year and It promises!
to be one of the best in the West.
A well-balanced course in lectures,
library reading, and round table con
ferences under able superintendents
has been planned.
Dean Roscoe Pound will lecture on
Nebraska school laws, dealing espe
cially with those phases of the sub
ject that concern tho problems to bo
met and solved dally by the busy prin
cipal and superintendent. The status
of corporal punishment, tho authority
of teacher over pupils on their way
to and from school, tho power of
Hoards of education In prescribing
rules and courses of study, the decis
ions of the State department of Super
intendence, and many other questions
of absorbing interest will bo discussed
by Dean Pound.
Superintendent W. M. Davidson of
the Omaha schools will give a series
of lectures on tho course of studj,
including manual training. Superin
tendent Fulnier of Beatrice will devote
a week to the presentation of methods
o. instruction. Dr. F. W. Sanders,
principal of the Lincoln High School,
will discuss promotions, gradation,
classification, discipline, and other
practical problems of vital Importance
An effort is being made to secure
educators from abroad to discuss quos
tionH of supervision and admlnlstra
Additional lectures on kindred topics
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meet with South Dakota-iJnlverslty and
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npsured that tho Varsity will do their
best to win it and It Ic probable that
the score card will show a margin on
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Considerable excitement has been
caused in Lincoln High School over a
recent ruling of the principal of the
Institution against athletics. Tho stu
dents charge that the principal is at
tempting to kill athletics out entirely
and' thoy are ready to light it to a
finish. Some of the prominent men in
the high school are talking of calling
n meeting of tho students to protest
against tho action.
Wo aincorely .hope thaUtho students
will either And that they have mis-
will be given by those who have the
work In charge.
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