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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1906)
THE DAILY NBBRASKAN.
the Daily Ylibraskan
A consolidation of
JHjo Hesperian, Vol. fl. Tho Nebraskan,
Vol. 10, Scarlet and Cream, Vol. 4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at tho University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Nob., by tho Hesperian Publish
Application mndo for entry at tho
postofllco at Lincoln, Nebraska, as
second-class mattor under net 6f Con
groas of March 3, 1870.
Board of Directors.
O. V. P. Stout. Laursncs ITosalor.
II. P. Leavltt.
DwlRht Cramer. A. a. Schrelbor.
Circulation W. 12.
Telephone Automatic 1528
Night Telephone Automatic 2365
Rubscrlptton Price, $3 por year In advnnco
With the coming of March and Its
rapid changes lu tho thermometer, the
University authorities find themselves
rapo to faco with an old and serious
problem, that of ventilation. Only the
newest buildings on tho campus have
any somblanco of ventilation apparatus
of a late typo and tho student who has
to .uttond classes In the old buildings
finds hlmBolf forced to acclimate him
self according to tho Ideas ofhls pro
fessor on ,the subject of air. Frpjn
ono room whore no thought is given to
ventilation and (ho air is close and
Btuffy to an over-ventilated room,
whore ho Is subjected to tho chilly
March winds, as though they wore
June zephyrs, the student goes, and
says nothing, wondering why he has a
headache and has trouble, keeping his
mind on tho lecture. Whore classes
aro nslnrge as many of ours nro, whoro
twenty to fifty studonts aro packed In
ope room, someone should sco that at
leust a small current of air is passed
through tho room. The library is no
exception to this rulo. as at times it
resembles a rofrlgoratlng plant in ono
corner, while another seemB to roBom
ble a hot house. Lot us hayo air, pure
air, and enough of it that each may
have his full quota without being 'sub
jected to a heavy cold by draughts.
To Raise the Standard.
At a Tecont meoting of tho commit-
too on toachors' certificate's It was do
elded to raise the standard of work
under which tho certificate is to bo
granted', Heretofore a minimum grado
of 80 in the subject or subjects to be
taught was .required of all studonts
trying for tho cortlflcato, but In tho fu
ture that grado will not only have to
bo mado In their special studies, but
in every department in which tho stu
donts take work.
Tho aim of tho committee in mak
ing this change 'was to admit to tho
privileges of tho University cortlflcato
only thoso 'students who shall have
prqvqn themselves studious, serious in
t'MfijV'undorUJklnKs and slncoro in their
work. This tho amendment will doubt
less do. At tho same time It will stim
ulate better work;on tho part of .thpso
wbx asplro to tho honor and will, cull
out those who are hero for other pur
.poses ha study. ',.
for March 1'7
has tho following comment on tho re
cent udvent of '09 caps In Nebraska:
"Tho frcBhmoh at Nebraska blos
somed out In gaudy now class caps
tho other day In tho crimson and whito
of tho University colors. Wonder, if
tho recont blizzard didn't mako thoso
Ice-cream "IldleTs" look like less than
"Tho Kansan." also does us tho
honor to quoto our editorial on the
general assessment of students in full.
From nil Indications tho Jayhawkcr
institution seems ns wo)l ploased with
tho system as tho othor Institutions
which nro contemplating Its inaugura
tion. "Tho Knnsan" says:
"Nebraska has taken up with tho
genoral assessment plan as tho only
way to ovor raise tho debt which sho
has boon piling up under tho old sea
son ticket plan. Tho feo which the
Dally Nobraskan Ib urging Is four dol
lars each, for students of tho Univer
sity. Tho studont tax is bound to
como to ull Important schools and col
leges sooner or later, for It is the only
way to keep all departments of a large
and growing Institution interested in
all tho lines of tho work which tho
various organizations stand for. The
proposition which the students and
faculty managers outlined Is just What
our organizations need to place tnem
on n strong foundation of general sup
port. So far no ono has been found
who would 'knock on the proposition,
which Is In Itself a fact worthy of no
tice. When the petitions aro circu-
Jated through tho University as they
wlllxbo before long, every loyal Jay
hawkerwho believes In student en
terprise should try to bo among tho
first to put his nnme on the list, and
pledge hlmsolf topay the fee so long
as he stays In the university.
Through some mlsconriectlon tho
wires which ring tho bells havobe
como crossed, and now tho bolls rlnjh
occasionally and seml-occaslonnlly
Dreaming studonts, wearily waiting
for "tho hour to close and tho lecture
to ccaso, aro brought rudely out of
their dreams by tho sounding of bells,
only to find that the hour Is just half
gono. It ts hoped that tho bells will
bo fixed soon, so as to ring on tlrnp
regular, that the student may be al
lowed to continuo his dreams undis
turbed. Secure City Contract.
Chas. Beardsley and C. H. Brock
way, former students of tho Depart
ment of Civil Engineering, havo se
cured tho contract for tho construction
of a city rosorvolr at tho A street
pumping station. Tho contract calls
fofa resorvolr 100x60 feet, to be built
of concrete. Tho projoct is already
sorao wcoks undor way.
Tho now Museum Building will soon
bogln to taku shapo, If tho piles of
brick and other mnterial aro any Indi
cation, Two small tool houses have
also been put In position and as soon
as tho present cold snap moderates it
is hoped that ground will bo broken
and that work will bo pushed forward
as fast as posslblo.
Tho "Dally Kantian"
Rockefeller 'University Falls to Pay
At tho recent regular raid-winter
convention of Chicago University, A,
W. Shearer, in an addreBo, snid the
unlvorslty' Is bo)t conducted at a loss
of 250,000 annually 'To oach $600 in
tuition paid tho university by studonts
he declared tho university Is compelled
to ad4 1,600.
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