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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
' ?VJM..iioa.rlet and Crsam, Vol. 4f
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Dwlgiit Cramer. - A. G. Schrelber.
KdlteV-ln-Chlef.V. . i:i ."i i Johri D. Clark
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Acuity departmental and university buW
Ietins WHl gwaiy uo ijuh" -"rTji
was run and to. thHncreasdd n,UMWr
of men cant .to it, the reeipt frpjsi,
the -num' have baan'Talilnit oft-at' aa
even rtrst'er fata; If tha'lbt i M,
'Wri;htit?Sfyv6tVlp6, why were;jthe
receipts three time larger?. If the
fault Ilea with the men themselves, In
that they ar6' supposed to really- pay
tho assessed, amount, but -refuse to do'
ao unddr the belief that they are em
titled to, that much support from the
University, we advocate the effective
remedy of refusing to grant sweaters
io me ueunquenis.
In the schedule of receipts from, the
various games during tho past few
years, 'the most noticeable feature Is
the value of the Colorado game to the
treasury In 1905 m compared with
1003, and as compared with tho Iowa
game of 1904, Interest In the Silver
and Gold team has increased greatly
since the first game In 1902, until now
the game ranks next to tho Thanks
giving gamo among, thoso played oh
tho home- grounds. It Is also worth
About twice as much as tho Iowa game,
and If a contest can be arranged In any
way to tako place on tho Lincoln, field,
it would seem to bo advisable to do sor
THE FINANCIAL REPOnT.
.''Phn Nebraskan today presents the
financial Report of thcfootball scas'ont
Sis' issued by the financial committee
of fctfe Athletic Board. For purposes
' of 'comparison "we have- also given tho
.reports of the past-two years, In. con-
vnectlon thorowlth several things are
'ilfwlll be noticed tKat while re-
.debts' "have increased but taooove
104 ;thb expenditures havo increased
oVer100, As Against1 1903, thoex
inss wHho season, "exclilslvo of the
payments toother teams,' havb In-
creased over IMp ' i ,
'" The'iupat, noticeableikture of the,
entire report, however, Is Inogard to
the training-table Items, ThlO&rt of
the football ;flnahc!al report has aK
ways been the subject of much discus
sion? but the discrepancy 'between
what is and what ought tobe Is mdrp
"'glaring than evor this1 year. The cost
6t maintaining the table In 1903, when
the. hottest dispute occurred, was only
about 60 tfer cent of thiLcost this Mast
season, wlieri the bills ran up to over
$2,100. -We never before, realized, how
The twelfth annual exhibition of the
Nebraska Art Association Is now bnCn
in "the Art Hall of t tho Library.' Tiio
ictures'r fo this exhibition Wero se
lected by -Miss Cora Parker, formerly
qt tho University and now a, resitlent
pf Now Yorlc X3ity. People who are In
position to judgo think that tho ex
hibit has made a steady, advance from I
. . -t ... . 1
4ho, artistic standpoint. j The large
prlzo pictures are mlsflng this yoar,
but about J750 worth of statuaryin
ancient, sculpture has been secured.
Each one js. mounted on a hlgh raised
phltfofm wlth a nertt rafting' about
It for 'protection
. No arrangement was made this year
between tho Art Association and tho
teachers, who have 'heretofore been
admitted.; freo. This year they enjoy
the ))riyllogo of. "a season ticket for
fifty contsJjut this arrahgemont has
not proved satisfactory from the finan
cial standpoint! v
Tho usual lectures wflLbe given this
year under tho auspices oftho Asso
elation at dates to bo announceiRa'tor.
The management fishes to urge the.
stuuentsjDo see anu study tnesq art
exhibitions,, which aro .valuable pchool&
6t 'art instruction. Students' have tho
usual rato qf fftty cents tor season
tickets. The management urges the
students to go now because the nubile
school -Children will crowd, tho hall
during the last- two wees of the ex
hibit . ' -.' -
'grasping the Beef Trust is.
that -part of this
Is said to. be due. to thf fact that the
table rah longer and more' men were
seat to It than has been the' case in,
the past. If suchtbe tho ckse, another
item is oertainly astounding In its
slgnlfioance. We. understand sjthat
eiaeh maa who eats' at the table, is 're
quired to pay just what he' was pay
lag for his board at his. regular board-,
ing-house, or It he lives in town, he
" is charged one dollar per week." The
average charge would, probab'ly ae
.about two dollars per week then. The
table ran about eight w.eeks. The re--deipts
-were ?69. The Inevitable- con
clusion is' that bpt four of the alxteen
,-or twenty men at .the tablfe, paid their
board. Or perhaps eaciT of them paid
tor twi weeks, and then it was agreed
UMitr,they should get their 'boartl free
ftr the1 remainder of the season'', irom
nifrei-cuiioslty'we would like to )e in-
&-Amtm&' oyf t naupens tnat si the
' : -'' v4ai0teu'i. -increaae in the 'cowtf of the
ie. to '.the longer ivettod- It
Teachers' Association, helij-here dur
trig the Christmas holidays; was one
of the-raostrsucoeesful in thBlristory
of, the assoqlatldn. , Tle attendance
w,as about 2.600; being- slightly 'larger
than .last year; and, the program -was
art unusually strong bne7 '
All ot the general sessions, and the
eyenlng musical entertainments, and
leotures, were, held In .St. Paul's.
(JMfethddls't church. iThe .meetings or
'.the sections and auxiliary associations
were, held In the University buildings.
The program Included lectures by
Dp, GborgeE, Vincent of Chicago Pnl
,Vf ratty;,, VryL JohnBi tJeMbtte; the
famous 'scientist ; Dr. 'C, 'O," Hoy t pro
feseor of History of Bdueatidn 'in the
MlchifanStte' Norihaf Sehooi; $$
Kyra Q. Reyhpids, 'jprojTfiMor pl,Ifllera
;ture in tt '.XJalve'ralty ' of Ghleago;
Mary A Bloodt of the polunibfa School
oTJfcpreMiou' D , W,vA Young, a
noted mathematician, anil several
t.- - .t -. .,. 'mt
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Office ,1106Jft , ' PtfoiiesrBeir23ff: Atito t610
by Block Signals
Tie lrt railway 1 America to adept the absolute
, n Djiwa us in operation c au trains was. the,
Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
It to-day ka more miles pf: road . operated under '
Mo6k,tlgiltrk thaa any other railway company.
Tke St. Paul Road waa 'b first railway to light
its tralB by electricity, aad it now haa more thak
, 400 lectric-llghUd faaeenger cars in daily servioe..
, Three trains froa Uxipn Statioa, Omaha; to. Uniea
Btatioa, Ohioago, every day.
Ter. time table, special rate write
P. A. NASH,
- Qemrl Watrm Agmt, 183 Wmrmnm Street.
members of thoCllnlvbrslty faculty.
University instructors regard the;
sessions of tho college section as be
ing .unusually successful." Tho inter
est which has been aroused by the re
cent discussions! on the question of
college education for high school
teachers eulmfnated in giving over of
tho Thursday afternoon sessfon to a
discussion of this question. Tho dis
cussion was opened by a- twenty
minute paporuy Professor Luckeyof
the department ot Education. ,This
was. .followed byta dumber - of 'flye?
minute speeches .by prominent educa
tors of the state. - '
Tho question of religious education
In colleges was discussed at the Fri
day afternoon m'oetlng. The deba'te
wnt opened by 0eorgo Sutherland,
Grand Island College, for tho afflrma
livp, and JB: W. Davis',. tJnlerslty of
Nebraska, for the negative.
These discussions culminated in the
passagoo.f resolutions favoring a col
lego education for high schoof teachers
and .a greater development ot the
Bible courses In" the colleges,
IJr. H. B, Lowry, president of the
Art Association, spoke on the-art ex-
The .convention of the Nebraska" llIb,t Rt convocation yesterday moriu.1
ing. Pa Lowry's wide, travels And
uuuaimi, mirei in -arc maKe- ot' mm. a
very suitable head and dlretcor for the
AwuuiKiiuii anu enaDieg. mm o si)eaK
with authority on the art joxhlblt 7
Walkover shoes fo'C college' men.
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