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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1906)
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the Daily nebraskan
vl A consolidation of
The tifespMUn'Vol.sr.l, Ther.Nebrakan,
' Vol. tif Scarlet Rnd.Cream. ,V6l.v4.
Published dally, except Sunday and
Monday, at the University .of Nebraska,
Lincoln, Neb., by tho Hesperian Publish
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Entered as - aocond class matter,
March', 14, 1000, at tho Post Office at
Lincoln, Nob., under the Act of Con
gress, March 3j 1870. , j v , '
"Manager Fred -Nauflhton
Astt. Manafler......W. E. 8tandeven
Edltor-ln-Chleff. R. A. Van Oradel
Assistant Editor... Fred Ballard
Athletic Editor Harry Swan
e. F, Huso.
Telephone Automatic 152S
Night Telephone Automatic 23C5
SubscrlpUon price $2.00 per year in
In stating tho surpluTPturned ovor
ly the-managoment .of tho Senior An
nual to the class we made a mistake.
The amount should have-beon sixty
eight dollars instead of thirty.
Today practically marks tho close of
.Captain "Worklzer's first year's work
at tho Unlvorslty. His work as com
mandants is so far absolutely without
criticism. Tho military department? is
6h n basis now that makes it ono of
the strongest in tho University. Per
feet harmony exists bqtween this and
other departments, and student sentl
mont which ono year ago seemed to
bo against military science is now
he'artjly In favor of it. And lastly,
tho greatest advancement has been
the; co-operation of- tho military de
partment with -athletics, and vice
ijvorsa. This has always seemed to be
Electricians In Navyr
-i Tho navy recrpltlng-pfflco received.
Wednesday morninejristructibns f rbm
tho Navy Department that, will -prove
of interest toyourig men whoare anr
bltlous 4ioiecome electricians and'
electrical engineers. Many young men
hayo"applied for enlistment in the
electrical branchof the navy, but have
booh rejected on account of their not
being electricians by trade, which re-,
quires an apprenticeship of several
years in electrical work. The Navy
Department - has decided to try tho
plan of enlisting as landsmen for elec
tricians -young men who aro skilled
mechanics, having borne knowledge of
eloctriclty, and also students of elec
tricity who show aptitude for the naval
service., Theso men wllPbo given &
fqur months special practical train
ing in electricity at New York, at the
end of which time they will be rated
electricians, If qualified for the navy
work, or discharged, if not so qualified)
This plan will be given a .three
An electrical training never ends.
The electricians of the navy aro just
as much students as are the candi
dates, ho great has been the develop
ment of electrical machinery in -the
past few years; and at present there
are few machines on shipboard that
cannot be operated by electrical
power, to say nothing of tho wireless
telgoraph, tho telephones, the range
transmitters, the battle indicators,
helm Indicators, automatic alarms,
search lights, automatic whistles, etc.
One form of motor controller is used1
for training turrets that is not found
elsewhere. In order to vary at will
and with great delicacy the speed of
the motor, bo that tho guns may be
kept constantly bearing on tho enemy,
a Boparntc dynamo Is used for each
.large turret and tho controller regu
lates tho current in the field of the
The pay of tho landsman for elec
trician is $1G a month. When rated
electrician the pay is $30 or $40, ac
cording to qualification, and good men
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ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE AUDITORIUM-
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THE COZIEST PLACE-IN TH&.CITV:
200 dozen tripe 50c Silk Neck wear cleanup of spring
silks of a big factory ". On sale Saturday
,tho point of greatest dlfflculty horoto
'' fore, but our present commandant
seems to havo solved the question.
t . But hero Is also muoh credit duo
each captain and? lieutenant at ,tho.
close of, every year7Those mon havo
worked, hard during their University
courses to attain this end and all is
not glory after, they havo reached It.
For to the officers come tho worry and
responsibilities of their companies.
Faithful work must bo performed ror
tho cadets will lack the thorough
training that is to make them officers
in tho future. It matters not which
' company wins" tho- cup today, for if
every riSan has pprformed Is work
well he will' have a knowledge that
will to rnoro lasting than thls'tem'
' porary symbol of proficiency.
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The National Highway
To California -
Is via ''THE OVERLAND ROUTED '- "
If you contemplate alrip to this pleaK , ' " v ' V'
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uiu Hucner a puruuisc, mis rouie oners i -
- you the Highest degree of comfort and
luxury with no additional ocst and a
great saving of tlmo and expense.
Be sure your ticket reads' over thoi r '
E. B. 8L0380N,
Gen. Agent. i.-ma
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are advanced to chief electricians at
$G0 and $70 a month.
It takes seven years to' become a
wa'rrant officer under thp most favor-
able circumstances, and eleven to be
come a commissioner offlcer in the
regular lino of promotion,
-Tho new battleships have " from
twenty-nve to thirty electricians 'in
their crews, out of 4 total of about
800 men. Tho recruiting offlcer
states that In his opinion no more fa
vorable opportunity oxlsts In this
country for training In practical
electricity. Of course, only tho best
class of young men will bo accepted
and they must strictly conform to tho
requirements, viz., "Skilled mechanics.
possessing somo knowledge of elec
tricity and students of electricity, who
show aptltudq for" tho naval service."'
Enlistfonts are for four years, during
which time a young man should bo
abld to fit himself for the work of
' M. H. SIGNA. t
Lieut Com. II. S. N,
, , " Recruiting Officers.
U, S. Navy Recruiting Station, Omaha.
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