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THE DAkLY NBBRASKAN.
tbc Daily Ilebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Hesperian, Vol. 31, Tho Nobraakan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, oxcopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nobraslta,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Lauronco Fosslor.
H. P. Loavltt.
Dwight Cramor. A. O. Schrolbor.
. EdItor-ln-Chlef John D. Clark
Manager Fred Naughton
Nowb -. ...J. E. Bcdnar
Athletic ." A. Van Orsaol
Circulation W. E. Startdovon
Edltorlnl Room. U 8MW. BuslncsH Omco, U
2UH. Poetofflco, Station A, Lincoln, Nob.
Ofllco hours of Buslnoes Man&Kor and Editor
1:00 to 11:80 dally.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic woo
Subscription Price, 2 per yoar In advanco
Entered at tho postofTlco at Lincoln,
Nob., as Bocond-class mall matter under
tho act of congress of March 3, 1879.
Subscriptions for The Dally
Nebraskan are due, and all who
have not paid up will please see
the circulator as soon as possi
ble. Office open from 11:00 to
11:30 dally. R. 211i2 Unl. Hall.
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most monoy possible could bo mado
out of It, since tho salary could not
bo any larger. -This would result In
putting all tho prospective assets Into
the book, and making It all tho better.
If tho auditing comtnltteo bo given
tho power of fixing the salary, It Is
true that It may allow tho editors as
much as they would get under tho
present plan, but there would bo this
far-reaching distinction, that In the
ono case the editors would havo to de
pond upon another body for tho
monoy, while In tho other they would
have an absolute right to It, subject
only to tho power of tho committee to
Interpose, a power any exorcise of
which, wo predict; would bo violently
opposed. In tho ono case thoro could
be no suspicion of graft; In tho other,
there would invariably be such a bus
A BAD MISTAKE.
Boforo tho different classes finally
adopt tho resolutions recommended
by tho Joint committee looking to tho
consolidation of tho various annuals
now published In the University, we
would like to seo ono provision
chanced, that "which provides that
after all bills are paid tho rest of the
assets shall bo distributed among the
editors and managers, the ratio to be
set by tho editor-in-chief and manager.
We bollovo that this provision Is most
unwlso and must necessarily result
. disastrously., Taking tho broad ground
that tho editors and managers should
bo willing to devote the necessary
time and labor to tho book solely for
tho honor obtained thereby and out of
pure loyalty to 4he University and to
tho class, .there 1b no reason for this
provision, But It seems that tho tlmo
when, students "wore actuated by such
motives has passed, and now tho. first
consideration Is, "What will I get out
of it?" This Is certainly sad, but
even admitting that It lsho proper
thing for a man who devotes tlmo and
energy to bo compensated financially,
wo still believe that the provision Is
unjustifiable. If It Is agreed to pay
he editors, It should be dono by either
allowing them a cortaln amount or by
giving tho auditing committee power
to name tho amount. It may the ob
jected that such a scheme differs only
in form frpm the ono proposed, In that
tho amount named would probably bo
greater than tho amount tho editors
would get under the present plan; or
If a committee is glvpn tho power,
that such is really tho case now. But
thoro are certain vital differences. If
the former method should bo adopted,
there would be no object in making
the book of such a character that tho
O. ' A. Ellis has returned to school
after nine weeks' illness.
Tho manual for civil service exami
nations are out and may bo of Inter
est to many of the Engineering stu
dents. A copy of It may-be found in
Dwight Cramer has left school to
accept a position In Omaha, Nob.
Tho Engineering Society holds its
regular mooting this evening at 7:30
p. m. in 'room 211.
Jim Green returned to Culbertson
Tho class In telephony mado a trip
to tho Llndell Hotel to look over tho
display of telephone apparatus which
various companies are exhibiting there
Mr. S. 8. Wyer, a consulting mechan
ical engineer and an oxpert In pro
ducer gas Installations, will deliver a
series of throe lectures on "Producor
Gas Practice," on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday at 2 o'clock p. m. In
U. 107. Every engineering student
should mako It a point to attend these
lectures, for Mr. Wyer is an authority
on tho subject, and tho -wonderful de
velopment in tho uso of gas producers
and gas engines within tho past fow
years makos the problem ono of pecu
liar interest to those persons who aro
interested in tho economic production
of power. These lectures will bo illus
trated with tho lantern, and tho wholo
subject will bo thoroughly discussed.
This will bo undor tho auspices of tho
Juniors Discuss Plan.
Tho Juniors mot yesterday morn
ing iji Memorial Hall to consider tho
report of their committee on tho pro
posed Cornhu8kor. Quito a llttlb dis
cussion took place in tho mooting over
tho plan and pnly a part of tho plan
was ratified. Ono minor chango wob
mado in the resolutions, so as not to
limit tho choice of tho editor-in-chief
to those who had served on the edi
torial staff tho year boforo. Tho re
mainder of tho plan will come up for
adoption at the meeting next Thursday.
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