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Edltor-in-chlof J. Carroll Knodo, 'OS
AbbocIiUo Editor Clydo R. Elliott, OU
Mnnaitlng Editor A. E. Long, 09
AthlotlCB HuRh W. Craig, '07
Gdnoml Nowb Paul O. Burt, '09
Hovlown Qortrudo Mooro, '07
Convocation Laura RhoadcB, '08
ABHlntunt AthlotlCB. Miller 8. Boncdlct, 09
A8t. Con. Nowb Bldnoy O. EvanB, '09
Dopartmoral....Earl R. Hunt, '08
H. L. WllBon, '09
Guy Montffomory, '09
A. O. Schrolbor, '07
Aloxandor J. Dunlnp, '09
C. C. Hickman. '07
BuBlncBA Manager,... Byron E. Yodor, '08
ABBlstant Manager Gay Hardy, 08
Clroulator H. C. Robortaon, '09
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, Entered at the poatoftlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as socond-class mall matter
updor thu Act of Congress of March 3,
"With tho recurrence of the time for
flection of members to tho Athletic
Board comes up the old question of tho
maimer In which athletics are to be
bupportod. Tho present way at Ne
braska Is to depend upon recolpts
from football games In the fall vory
largely, making jtho admission price to
these games, well, not exactly nomi
nal and then In tho spring, when
baBket-ball and track meets, unprofit
able from tho standpoint of finance,
begin to make heavy drains upon tho
treasury, to attempt making ends meet
by arotiBlng a rivalry between factions
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LATESTnand our workmen the best that money can aocure.
We clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading
or shrinking and guarantee not to Injure them In any way. We also
elean gentlemen's clothing of all kinds. Goods called for and deliv
ered. All goods thoroughly sterllired. We do altering and repairing.
Phone Bell 147 1820 N street Phone Auto 1891
Call or write for prloe Met Lincoln, Neb.
J. C. Wood & Company
on tho Athletic Board election. The
board has striven to make this juBt
as fair as possible while retaining tho
fee for registration; the present plan
. can not be Improved upon and yet be
what it' is Intended for. But there is
a question as to whether It quite fills
the bill, especially since tho lack of
Interest sufficient to rouBe.factlons Into
One plan that has attracted some
attention and which 1b said to be work
ing out most admirably at certain In
stitutions, Is that which lumps the ad
mission prices 'to all the University
events of the year, football, baseball,
basket-ball games, gloo club and othor
concerts, debates, ot cetera, lumps
the admissions to all these Into pne
nominal feo of from three or four dpi'
lars to be paid by tho student at tho
.beginning of the year. Cbntrary to
what might be expected, this payment
lrfsajdto bo made optional, ydf owing
A6 iho saving' which 'can be effected by
such fee, It is readily consented to.
Further, it is Bald that as a result of
tho Increased enthusiasm among Btu
dents tho Interest Is more wldoly
spread among outsiders and all activi
ties of this nature are put upon a
flourishing basis because thoroly sup
ported. Why not have the plan Investigated?
Prizes for Economic Essays.
In order to arouse an Interest in the
study of topics rotating to commerce
and industry, and to stimulate an ex
amination of. the value of college
training for buslnoss men, a commit
tee composed of Profossor J. Laurence
Laughlin, University of Chicago, chair
man; Professor J. B. Clark, Columbia
University; Professor Henry C.
Adams, University of Michigan; Hor
ace White, Esq., Now York City, and
Hon. Carroll D. Wright, Clark College,
havo been enabled, thru tho generosity
of Messrs. Hart, Schaffnor & Marx,
of Chicago, tovoffor again in 1908 four
prizes for the bost studies on any one
of the following subjects:
1. An Examination Into the Eco
nomic Causes of Large Fortunes in
2. Tho History of One Selected Rail
way System in tho United States.
3. The Untouched Agricultural Ito
Bourcos of North America.
4. Resumption of Specio Payments
5. Industrial Combinations and tho
Financial Collapso of 1903.
' 'G. The Case Against Socialism.
7. Causes of the Rise of Prices
8. Should Inequalities of Wealth Be
Regulated by a ProgresBlvo Incomo
9. The Effect of tho Industrial
Awakening of Asia Upon the Economic
Development of tho West.
10. Tho causes of the Recent Rise
In tho Price of Silver.
11. The Relation of an Elastic Bank
Currency to Bank. Credits In an Emer
gency. 12. A Just and Practicable Method
of Taxing Railway Property.
A first prize of ono thousand dollars,
and a second prize of flvo hundred
dollars, In cash are offered for -the
best studies presented " by Class A,
composed exclusively of all persons
who havo received tho bachelor's de
gree from an American college In
1S?96, or thereafter; and a first prize
of three hundred dollars, and a sec
ond prize of one hundred and fifty dol
lars, in cash aro offered for tho bost
studies presented by Class B, com
posed of persons who, at tho 'time tho
papers are sent In, aro undorgraduatos
of any American college. No ono In
Class A may compete In Class B; but
uuy one In Class B may compete In
Class A. The committeo reserves to
Itself the right to award .the two prizes
of $1,000 and $500 to undergraduates
If the merits of the papers demand it.
The. ownership ot the copyright of
successful studlea will, vest in the
donors,, and. It is expected, that, with
out pYecludihg 'tho use of these papers
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Competitors are advised that the
sludliirt should be thoro, expressed in
good English, and altho not limited as
to length, they should not be needless
ly expanded. They should bo Inscribed
with an assumed name and whether
In Class A, or Class B, tho year when
tho bachelor's degree was, or 1b likely
to bo received, and accompanied by a
sealed envelope giving tho real namo
and address of the competitor, and tho
institution which conferred the de
gree, or In which ho 1b Btudylng. Tho
I.apcrs should be sent on or before
June 1, 1908, to J. Laurence Laughlin,
Esq., University of Chicago, Box 145,
Faculty Exchange, Chicago, Illinois.
The Graduate Club will meet Friday
night, April 19, at the homo of Mrs.
J. E. Miller, 1849 C street.
Why not get your spring OxfordB
now whllo you can get a swell spring
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son's. If you havo danco programs, tickets
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With tho completion of the new buildings, which were dedicated Septem
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