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THE DAILY NEBlRASKANi
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Ce Dap Uebraskaii
" 'A coniiolfdatlon of" '
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobrnuknn,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Crfcam, Vol 4.
Published dnlly. oxcot
DDt Sunday and
Monday, at tho Univornlty of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publlflh
Board of Directors.
O'. V. P. Stout. Laurence Fosslor.
H. P. Lcavltt.
Dwlght Crainor. A. 0. Schrolbcr.
ICdltor-ln-Chlcf J. D. Clark
MuntiRor .- Fred Naughton.
Circulator Walter 13. Standovon
Athlotln R. A. Van Orsdel
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Subscription Price, $'J per yoar In advance
Knterod at the postolllco at Lincoln,
Nob., as second-class mull matter under
tlio act of congress of March a, 1879.
Individual notices will bo charged for
at tho rulo of 10 cents for each Insertion.
Faculty departmental and unli-orslty bul
letins will gladly bo published free, as
Tho prominent part taken by tho
University of Nebraska in recent years
In various fields of activity, from ath
letics to research, leads one to ask
whether it should not seek to con
form now to tho general custom of
tho universities of tho world In wear
ing cap and gown, tho recognized aca
demic garb, on all public occasions.
Tho appearance of tho Chancellor on
thoommencoment stage with gown
and hood adds dignity nnd Impressive
ness to tho bccnslon and tho effect
would certainly be enhancod If tho
faculty wbro similarly garbed. Or, If
not the entire faculty as one might
wish, nl least lot tho deans who have
to present the candidates fo7 degrees
bo tittlred in this historic university
dross.' Possibly to one whoso experi
ence' Is limited to Nobraska, vfcuch at
tiro' might ot first appear strange and
dxcluslve." Yet It Is tho university
uress of tho world, and Its use Is by
no means confined to tho Old World
or to what we 'nxo acqustomod to call
tho offoto East, oven though thorq, It
has boon used universally. H has
been adopted -by tho faculties of Chi
cago, Northwestern, Illinois, Missouri,,
aittl has oven extended to the Univer
sities of Colorado, Montana-and New
Moxico while Colorado and Whit
man" Colloges also use cap and gown
no doubt moro' extended knowledge
would Increase largely this list which,
howover,.is purposely limited to our
ihtii'o Immediate neighbors In the uni
versity world. Aftor witnessing tho
imprqHlyo sight afforded by tho com
mencement procession at a great
"WeBtorn university "where the ureal
(lont, faculty and students all ear
.this academic garb one could but wish
that such a factor might be added at
Nebraska. ' -S. B. E.
Changes in College of Medicine.
-' At a recent mooting' of tho Board of
Rogonts, changes were mndo in tho
CollQgo of Medicine of tho University
of NobrnsHa wfilch havo been under
consideration for some tlmo. in rec
ognition of able and faithful servlco,
Jr. C. W, M. Poynter was advancod
(obo adjunct professor of Anatomy,
and Dr. L.'B '.Plllsbm'y was made in
structor In Bacteriology and Pathol
. ogy. Tho Regents also appointed Dr.
.7. M. Mayhew instructor In Medicine,
Dr. H. H. Everett, Instructor In Sur
gical Pathology, aud Dr. H. J. Lehn
hoff; Instructor in Surgery- During
tlVti'seconcT'sonicster of the sophomore
year Micro will bo added to tho courso
of study Introductory clinical work.
This will bo directed by Doctors Orr,
Mayhow, Everett and' Lehnhoff, with
roferenco to tho use of tho modorn
laboratory apparatus and methods.
Professor Poynter will conduct the
courso In Surgical Anatomy. Thcso
Improvements follow tho lino of ad-
vanco marked out uy tno ucrman
schools and by Harvard and Johns
Hopkins In this country. Friends of
tho University are groatly pleased to
soo tho Collego of Medicine ratcjMfi"
tho highest class of Amerjcan 'schools
by the New York StutCBoard of Ite
gonts, tho most-exacting body of ex
aminers jn-fhls country. This honor
isnot shared uy any otner scnooi in
this part of tho United States. . ,
A Suggestion for Rural Teachers.
(By A. Ross Hill, Dean of the Missouri
In tho district school perhaps- the
greatest problem for the teacher is to
keep the pupils Interested In tho work
or the school. The whole thing seems
so unnatural to tho pupil, to the boy
In particular. The boy Is right. Tho
life ho Is expected to lead during
schoql hours Is so artificial and un
natural ;is compared with his activi
ties outside of school hours that it is
little wonder that he grows restless"
and loses Interest In the work of the
school, If indeed his Interest in it Is
ever awakened nt all. The remedy for
this condition or affairs is to be found
in making the conditions of school life
moro like those of tho home and of
Now for the boy from tho farm this
much needed chango can bo most eas
ily and effectively brought about by
tho Introduction or Elementary Agri
culture as one of the subjects of study
tho qchool. The boy's interests In
farming operations have already been
awakened at homo, and If the school
will but utilize these interests nnd
show.tno relation of farnlirig to other
industries, to tradd, and to progress
In all that makes for man's comfort,
It will be quito easy to Interest him In
.such other.subjects as history, geogra
phy and arithmetic. Theso subjects
will come to menu something to him
because ho will seo thplr relation to
tho farm activities in which ho is al
ready interested. Besides, tho boy's
observations outside of school havo
already Introduced him to tho ele
ments of many sciences, and Instead
of putting hjm nt work in school on
subjects entirely foreign to his educa
tion up to tho tlmo ho entered, those
elements of knowledge should be made
tho starting point of his school work.
Tho lebraskan lias received a num
ber of communications this vear. most
of which have been unsigned. WcJ
win not prim any communication
whatsoever unless thoHuthor lie Iden
tified, although we do not insist that
tho name bo published. Communica
tions on all subjects are desired, as
thoy are generally a sure sign of what
tho students feel about anything, but
It will Ho In our discretion as to which
shall bo printed. Wo in no way com
mit ourselves to sentlmonts expressed
In any communication, however.
Professor Brunei has t prepared a
series of illustrated lectures on Orni
thology. They will be given one each
week throughout tho second semester.
Tlio necessary apparatus for doing the
illustration v work will be completed
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