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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1905)
Vol. Y No. 5. .
&t OFlrEBRASKALINGOLN TUESDAY, DECEMBER: 2f fete,
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EBRAKA CbtUtaES bfefilfelNE
ON SUMMER TfittROCTToN.
to I hiW te ri FHB
i .Entire-Summer Work to Be'Carrled on
all t&ntveValtynd at Wes-,
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SoWe doz'engwiUeinon WPMS
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Mft4Mt own'. aijU ' the college 6.
.iilJii ia iv AcA.nnnWi. Mill lVfMlH
rJIUlW UIj bjitouiuuj r " ....
- -.c college '$$ i-tulMteidMdoT
Pheir share of the enterprise la
jiiftnctors who are considered pre
Slnent In their lines, and will Alft
r'4y Inll-crodlt for all wbflt MM '&
' rSW sewioR by. toy- stWt '
tK teachMilitiNlaAnd'raral' Bchjiogr,
should bev -ven at .Weaieaw,:
J'1-Wjhlle high schools teachers and college
ct students wilt 'attend the "Onlverslty.
This 'iUvlslon-of tho work will not only
enable the colleges to place excellent
inen.at the head of the various courses,
" "biit will also permit the offer of many
new courses for students who wish to
make up credits during" the: siSfflm'er.
In the past this ?art of ho eranrier
work has been of minor importance
only nt the University, on vaccourit of
the. difficulty in handling th$ number
of teachers "who have reglsteredesich
As this plants an oxperiment, its
outcome will bo awaited" expectantly.
p'rofessor Hodgman, who "WllJ have
charge, of, the dsalott at the Univer
sity, dnticlpates"- juii'quallfled. vmxm,
.and looks foran Unprecedehted-at
tehdad'ce, both. of : teachers anil slu-dents.-
Saturday ovenTrigxat tha Phi- Gamma
Delta house the largeixpertloir of- the.
.engineering body of the" University
et ie the" guests of the Engineering
-Society; -Thiryarthe first smokerrof
the year and, the enthusiasm of the
arUcipants was very great. Abou
ino hukdred and -fifty young en
") After a verypleksaht arid enjoyable
evening at games, jnuslc andj. above.
an, reiresnmenis,, uj iRcuuy iuu
tiers gave ' some talks. ' ' Prbressor
Stlbha'rd-' Professor' -CHatbuTn wid
7 jjfossrsVDavIs, Swoboda and Dean en.
teftalised the engineers with some
fchor.trBtyc'ytalks." The sentlmeritsof
all of the speakers was tha- every on-
gl'n.eerlBgiudenti should. Identify hlm-
Aelf with the, society so .that hp jmighjt
get into cioser touch, yrith his Work,
"his clasainatea andbis prpfessprp. ,
5 Mlss,;.Newspn,, !0?V has .re.tvned, to
llerhoriiev in - Wyoaaing orf account, of
the death of ijer hirbther. Mr.' Newson
was.. Injured in tho rece'tft Unl9n,!Fa',
5l'ltc wreck; '-" - -
; Classesv are; meeting In the, Physics'
. nil..- 11.1. .-1, .? ' .
OU1IU1DK "p vvwun. i.
Bat at DJn bariioron's new reetau"
rant, 11V go.42tli St,.;
'day at 2 afllMdr;'awJiiir'ever the
'linaacial outcbmi0mKm0km eoa-
8on In detail. It .fs- tb'vutiL'wm tT.ajywAl
feared; that there will be Hlfaifr da-
nclency w.hen all accdurits aMMkleci;
There are- several reds6ns for tbisrde
flclefricy. The first is tho poor weatkee
during tho season just past, tho AaatMi
ad Knox games, two' of the boat
IfarhOB of the season, wero played in a
seaofrmud, and lal ralh. People will
hot come out to games when climatic1
conditions are not favorable. It vfd
so. very cold Thanksgiving day that a
smaller crowd by several hundred wit
nessed tho gamo last year than this.
The lateness of tho Minnesota, gamo,
as well as the effect the Wisconsin
defeat had had on tho football enthusi
asts in Minneapolis, tended to' briag
down the financial results of that
game. Tho Nebraska share ot the gate
receipts at that game wore, but half
what they should have been under
favorable circumstances. All these
things during' the season have' been
detrimental' to tho- financial snccetof
tho; season; formo blame can be laldto
tho-.laaaageaienb ' . .
Nebraska has had' more expenses
this year. thaBheretofore'' owing to the
fact that many new equipments were
aecessary to' give themefri the1 'desired
ults' and outfits; Besides this No-J
braska hasjhadta long, seasonand has
carjrle more men at the training table
than any! : other season heretofore
Coasee.uently Iheoxpensosot the table'
are higher than? they have ever been.
1 The receipts and" attendance of thb
different games w.ere as follows:
Grand Island -1,055
Lincoln ."High .,. ..... 710
4,73 J. 00
aoutn uaicota ....s.. i,zw
Michigan . . .. . . . .
Ames ., 1,215
Slnneflota . . , . .; .
Illinois -.."... 3,600
PrlnUng Ceorge' Bros.; 13th & N. I
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:lv' ' Fktwriity".rIaUj;FHday;,)a. ..Vi
rr xrr'iif ctf riu-il ' . .-'sJsat " Li.'ii c-A
3- wan 5 uu yrwiwif ' iWPSSt " X XCKCW.iJU; 5
The Graduate tUtk
The Or'aduato Club Jnvfisrrfke Irst
Utilo this year afc tb,elioW6t"Prof.
H. H. Wilson last Edevonrog, and
although tho attendaijWss xwt Quifeis
as large as was" expected,1 uU? meeting
Nri8 Iri dv6ry ttji-Mtmtwt
Vili . .
rf brief siirvoy
of thelMstory of graduate study from
th6 Uo of Uir-OBtnbilahmont in Gor
man0, universities, . soriio severity-five
ydars $ago, and Its Introduction Into
this country by Johns Hopkins Uni
versity. In 1876 to. tho present day, Dr.
Howard tioyotod a few minutes to tho
question of degrees.
"Under no consideration," said he,
"ani I fri' favor of the. confbrrlng of
hdriofarr degrees. Tno tfrtfetico not
only dbWfe good iti th&' man;'ripbn
whom tho degree iM cbriterred; but It
a-ottially ldwerk tbTe valde' of the do-
gf6P"iteifr Abovtf. aiglet ttf feBervo
ourPh; D. arid' our M. A. degree's for
students and students alone."
-iNODrasKa-s standing among trie.
tf.iV.-- .. -r. '-.- -, r. .x.-
bthfnrgradtfale schooW of the West
rwasi ext takeh up' and discussed at
semd length -vAlthough our graduate
schoorin,'histOry:waa sbnlo years ago
doing) -highly' efflciont work, the school
las il whole I'M riot at. the present time
"clalinlng'her oNvri. Wisconsin far. sur
passes: us both la11 the quantity and the
iiualit;y of-hertog'oach, material, whilo
Illlnbisarid. Missouri are rapidly forgr
Ingi ahead-qf us. ,
Tho cause8Mf. this deficiency, said
Dr. Howard;- aromany. In the first
place, our teaching force is J"ar tod
small tto enable tho heads -of the -de-partmeats
tdconduct research work as
It should bo conducted. Wherohi
professors In. olhpr. institutions have
three and four : hours classwork a
week, bur professors- have eighteen
and twentyTagalnV'OUr libraries and
seminaries, are inadequate" bothin size,
and equipment A third, obstacle is
the non-resident tuition fee which
keeps a good many graduate' students
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RQur wiwtwirwff' ' rfWPW:
' Player and Thrti KaniM
M.eK pet 0,p;
b . A-Katwan. reporter '"got Iwwy" wr
rigvaba'tlcj 1; and maW' 6iK an "All
jMliwouri Valley Elor' Nebraska,
without doubt, Is chawilwsCtnU (Uf
trlct, Colorado soco 1,
third. It Ib dcmbtfril jHLim iiitftf?
kas a better aWMkM' tlHwr' Kahsaa
University; as thmt between (Ue
,two tmlvorslties .was played in Denver
la,- a high altitude and after a long,
Wearing trip by the Jayhawkers,
IL- E. Johnson ..Nebraska,
ni: K'. Benedict , Near
R. T.-Bi-unner JCaalttf
L. T. Donald w KaMas
It. .aCotton , Nebraska)
L. . G.Brbwn ............. .Washburn
C Borg , ,... .Ndbraska
Q. Po'oler , Kansas
It. H.-Brockmeyer. ... .Missouri'
L. H. Galoy Cbldridq'
t". B'. Roberts. .....', Cdlojfado
incbmmentlng on the ; ahfle" wti--'
might suggest one change,, Inat lsT7h
regard to tho full back position. W".
havo seen Roberts play, aniLwhlltf !hi
plays a good, consistent gamo, boing;
a good offensive player, yet this pd-
-tlon belongs rightfully to Glen Mason
of Nebraska. Glen as a (Jofenslvo.
player lids no superior for his wigtft
in tho Wosthis-tackling is' surd's
hard. On defensive work he lias riot
fillQd to mako galnVagalns't any teain
xveDrasKa nas iacoa in ta past' iwo
yearsl notoxcop.tlng Mlchlga and
Minnesota. Football, critles who
scon Mason play In-a hard game
not failed to speak favorably; of his
work. As to tho rest of the .make up
of this ,4A11 Missouri VaUoy Mayoa"
wo cpuld suggest no changes thai
would bettor tho Ilno-up.
The board of regents were to have
met today, but on account of Important
engagements of several members of
the' board the meeting; has been, de
ferred until next Friday. This will
be'bad news to many studeatsi as
there has seek a widely-circulated re
port that the regent 'intended, to e'-"
large the' Christmas vacation, havlsg"
Jt begin next Friday Instead of- the
Iris MaiiMain; - ;
There is to be a mass meetlar of :the
gfrlg of the three upper oteseee' la'.
Memonai nai coaay at caapei umeH
the. object of whieh Is kept arbfcuatf
secret.. From4 the ejcclueto of the 6-
eds, of the 'first 7r oiaes,-, heweVer,
it is a safe 'gu ww tt it It ineMi
.to, arrange for some surprise fer Utons
a pleasant one, it iSfto bf'kefii.
Miss Helen iarrenL 'kt. irfeftV hi
been ieaohiag. at DerohseeV, ifU .'y'
forc4,te;fe, iy,pw-jloeJUo sfcoanee
Of trouble with her eyesv
MlviUuifokwUmA, 'rytattegds the
uitw, jmiiwtmvr'n.iyvrmt'wiim jILJ.
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