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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1906)
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THE DAkLY NEBRASKAN.
the Daily Hebraskan
A consolidation of
Tho Honporlan, Vol. 31, The Nobroskan,
Vol. 10, Bcarlot and Croam, Vol. 4.
PubllBhcd dally, oxcopt Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publish
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Laurence Foseler.
H. P. Leavltt
Dwlght Cramer. A. Q. Bchrelber.
Manager Fred Namhton
Circulation W. B. Standeven
"Editorial Roonw, U 2WH- Duslncea Offloe, U
21 1H. Poutofflco, BUtlon A, Lincoln, Hob.
OITlco hours of Dualnora Manager and Editor
1:00 to 11:80 dally.
Telephone Automatlo 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Subscription Prlco. 12 per year In advanco
Entered at tho poatonice at Lincoln,
Nob., on Bccond-closa mall matter under
tho act of congress of March 8, 18707
Sinco its consolidation with the
Hesperian and Scarlot and Cream four
yoars ago, Tho Nobrnskan has been
publlshod by tha-Hesporlan Publishing
Compnny, the active control of the
paper being in the hands of a student
manngor nnd a sludent editor-in-chief,
"under Iho direction of a board of con
trol", composed of two members of tho
faculty, one alumnus, and two -8tu-dents,
all olectod by tho stockholders
at an annual meeting.
sThreo years ago tho paper was
forcedto suspend on account of a lack
of support Sinco then only the hard
est work on tho part of thb managers
and editors las Brought tho paper out
i of debt and put it on-a sound financial
At a meeting of tho Board of Re
gents 'last spring a student publica
tion board was created, its duties bo-
Any SMrt-in the House
H Don't Care What You Pick Out
I Need Money.
lng sqch as to interfere, moro or less,
with the rights and duties of tho board
of directors, as defined by tho articles
of incorporation pf the Hesperian .Pub
With this Hauo of Tho Nebfaskari,
tho board of directors of tho Hesperian
Publishing Compafl suspends publica
tion, pending somo readjustment of
pie method of control of tho paper.
Tho Board of Regentsvwill meet on
MR. KENNETH McARTHUR
International Student, Sectetary Y. M. C. A.
Speaks to University Men
in U 06 at 7:30
tho 14th Inst. It is to bo hoped that
some plan of readjustment, satisfac
tory to all may be formulated and put
into effect. The board of directors
desires to stato that this action is not
taken for tho purposo of fomenting
strife, but is that which has scorned
conducive to tho most peaceable set
tlement of the matters at issue.
Tho attention of tho students Is
called to tho salo of tickets for tho
University Band concert to be given
March 4th. Tho Band always responds
willingly when asked to play for Uni
versity functions and thoy desorvo tho
loyal support of tho students in re
turn. Tho concert is given for a good
purposo and tho receipts will mainly
go to help add a permanent improve
ment to the campus.
Three of the University of Califor
nia's best baseball men have boon ac
cused of professionalism and will bo
dropped from tho team. California
not only seems to have tho true sports
manship idea of athletics, but believes
in putting it Into practice. f
Carl Chrlstophelmelor, an alumnus
or this University who has just ro
turned from a sojourn of several years
In Europe, is at present doing re
search work in Qermun at tho Univer
sity of Wisconsin. Mr. Christophol
moler recently rocolved tho degree of
doctor of philosophy at thoUnlverslty
An indoor baseball team has been
organizod by tho Michigan co-eds. Tho
first game was scheduled to bo played
at Barbour "gym" Monday evening.
Tho Michigan football receipts of
tho year amounted to $34,494.88. The
total atnletlc receipts of tho year
amounted to $51,647.91 and tho expen
ditures wore $48,323.35, leaving abal
anco of $3,224.56.
Cornell students are rejoicing oyqV
tho abolition of "black weok," a ten
day period of, examinations which for
merly came twlco a year. Tho uni
versity faculty voted that any depart
ment of Vo university might abolish
those examinations. Several have and
others are expected to follow soon.
Miss Hartzell, former assistant in
tho Department of Chemistry and in
structor in chemistry and physics at
the Academy, is in the city. Sho has
been in Lead, South Dakota, for tho
Glen Harvey has again entored
school after an absence of half a so
moBter. Benj. A. Bowers has
to Alpha Theta Chi.
C. R. Fulton, E. E. '08, who has been
doing engineering work for the Bur
lington in Wyoming, has been ap
pointed tlo Inspector ,of the Cody divi
sion of that road, with headquarters at
Miss Clara Hermansen, '09, visited
her homo in Kearney last week.
"Johnny" Green, '06, who has been
employed as sugorvchomist in the
American Sugar Company's mill at
Sterling, Colorado, sinco A'ugust, was
a University visitor durlngexamlna
Miss Eleanor- Andrews has bebn
compelled to .jjo homo on account of
hor fnther'B illnesB.
Charles Borkoy, who has boon ab
sent for the past semester beca'uso of
his father's health, has again resumed
his work at the University.
L. O. Traxler, of Stockton, Kansas,
was at tho University yesterday visit
ing with J. E. Bodnar.
Tho, Union Literary Society, next
Friday night, will debate tho Woman's
8howcr at the Dormitory.
Tho parlors of Hays Hall' were tho
scene of a stormy celebration last
Saturday evening, the occasion being
a "Domestic Science Shower" on two
of Its inmates. Druing tho course of
the evening the many friends of tho
"brldo-to-bo" participated in a number
of mock performances which have a
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