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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1908.
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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WHAT IT MEAN8.
Today tho Dally NobraBknn 1b
lBBiilng mi oight-pago papor. It
1b doing this In order to proper-
ly proBont to Kb renders tho roc-
ord of what has happened In tho
university Blnco tho last Ibbuo.
This could hot bo done In four
pagOB; therefore, tho size of tho
Nobra8lmn Is doubled.
ThlB Ib tho policy of tho
" Dally Nobraskan. It almB to
spare no offort and no oxponBo
to glvo the Btudonta of tho unl-
veralty the bost collcgo dally In
tho county. Tho offort can bo
supplied and Is Buppllod by tho
workers on tho papor. But tho
staff cannot supply tho money
neceBsary to carry out its plauB.
It takes money to got out a pa-
per more money to got out a
good paper than a poor one.
Tho Nebraskan needs your
support. There Ib no Joking, no
lack of sincerity, In tho request
for additional subscriptions. Tho
puper la being read more than
ovory, but tho subscription llBt
Is not what it should bo. YOUR
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A GREAT LOS8.
On last Friday evening tho fact
was made public that the chancollor of
the University of Nebraska had re
signed. It had been known for a
considerable time that tho condition
of his health was likely at any time to
make it necessary for hira to with
draw from all active connection with
tho university, but tho fact that it was
anticipated, made tho Borrow of those
who have the welfare of tho univer
sity at heart, nono the less severe.
During tho eight years that Chan
cellor Andrews has been the 'active
head of the university UiIb institution
has had a remarkable development
along every lino. All tho most sub
stantial buildings on the campus havo.
been built while tho chancellor has
been at tho head of affairs. In 1900,
when the chancellor camo to tho uni
versity, the total estimated valuo of
the permanent improvements both
horo and' at the state farm, amounted
enly to $550,000. At tho present time
tho permanent Improvements aro val
ued at $1,200,000. In 1900 the total
number of Btudonta In attendanco was
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but 2,256, while tho enrollment for
tho present yoar bids fair to roach tho
",500 mark. In 1900 there woro only
135 students in tho agricultural Bchool,
whllo at tho preBcnt tlmo tho enroll
ment Ib nearly 500. In 1900 tho en
gineering department registered 4G0
btudonts, whllo at the present time
the number is well over 700. If these
figures can bo taken as any indication,
tho period during which Dr. Andrews
has been at the head of tho university
has been one of rqmarkablo develop
ment and prosperity.
Tho grent advance which tho uni
versity has made during tho last few
yours is an indication that during this
time a l)lg man has been at tho head
of affairs. It shows that tho university
has lost a man who had a clear idon
of what was right and who had tho
courage to carry out that Idea.
Among those characteristics which
have won for tho chancollor tho re
spect and lovo of all who havo come
to know him, probably the moBt im
portant is his broadnosB. It Is most
unusual to find a man with as deep
ami thorough a classical training us
has tho chancollor, who can appre
ciate so fully and judge so fairly of
the lmportanco of different lines of
work. It requires a man of doop in
sight and great courago to work Into
ono harmonious whole the conflicting
i. My $2.50 Hats will make a great touchdown this week
I have in the new lines of strictly new hats.
2. A Cravenette Manufacturer needed money so much
worse than coats That means 50 new coats all the
$15 kind that will be in today by express.
3. New Tan Ox Blood $3.50 shoes for the classy dresser
and the drill boys. Budd will kick 3 goals on this dope.
I Interests of a largo university. Such
a man is unanceuor Anurows.
During the tlmo that he has been
at tho head of tho University of No
braska the chancellor has made many
lecturo tours throughout tho country.
In this way ho has done more to ralso
the reputation of tho univorslty than
any ono thing which has occurred.
Recognized everywhoro as a man of
powerful intellect it has been worth
everything to the University of Ne
braska to havo such a man appear as
Ub representative In educational
The highest tribute that can bo paid
to Chancellor Andrews Is tho way
in which ho Is regarded among tho
suidents of tho university. Whether
the chancellor takes a position op
posed to that which Ib popular with
tho students or not, his word has thu
weight of law. Tho students appreel
ate what tho chancellor has dono for
the university, ahd tho feeling la
everywhere of doopost regret' that tho
tlmo has como when ho fools that ha
It has been announced that tho chart
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cellor will st 111 reside in this city after
IiIb resignation. It is indeed fortunate
that the chancellor will still bo nonr,
where his advico can bo obtained upon
questions of Importance to tho wolfaro
of the university.
The Co-op has Bomo now posters in.
POWER8 OPENS ART LECTURE8.
Half Price for Matinee Address at
At the Temple theatre last evening
Dr. H. II. Powers of Boston Bpoke
before an interested audlencG on tho
artistic beauty of tho ancient works
of tho old world. Dr. Powers has ap
peared beforo at the university and
little is needed In praiBo of his knowl
edge and his treatment of his sub
jects. LaBt evening's lecture was no
exception to his usual standard of
This afternoon at 3 p. m. Dr. Pow
ers will lecture on "Art in tho Home."
Tho Nebraska Art association, under
whoso auspices Dr. Powers appears in
Lincoln, havo announced that a spe
cial matinee price of twenty-five conts
per admission has been made for this
Blnglo address. Tickets to tho even
ing lectures arc sold at fifty conts
e-nch. Season tickets have been placed
at $1.00 for tho four addresses.
Dr. Powers will Bpoak this ovpnlng
on "Athens, tho Shrlno of Culture,"
and tomorrow evening he will close
his series with "Venice, Queen of tho
Adriatic." Those lectures are' all un
der the direction of the Nebraska Art
ossoclatlon, which will devoto all
profits to tho purchase of pictures for
the university art gallery.
SCHOOLS ADDED TO " LEAGUE.
Prospect? Bright for Successful High
The first annual meeting of tho Ne
braska high school dobatlng league
organized last winter was attended by
representatives of between forty and
fifty schools Friday afternoon In the
Temple. Prof. Fogg was elected preai-
dent of tho loaguo and Supt. H. O.
Filloy, '03, of Albion, was elected secretary-treasurer.
The league empowered Prof. Fogg
to appoint tho Uirectors of tho leagues
and to arrange tho districts so that
thoro wlll not bo more than eight
league schools In a district.
Two now district leagues wore
formed. The Southeastern district,
which already has thirteen members,
will be divided into two leagueB, and
AInsworth, Atkinson, Long Pine,
O'Neill and Valentino compose, the
new Northern league.
On account of the expenso it would
Incur and because it would necessitate
what some schools would regard aB
tob many debates, tho lnter-dlstrlct
series of team debates (among the
schools winning tho district cham
1 lonshlps) will bo omitted, and each
district championship school will send
its beBt debater to the state champion
ship debate on high school foto day.
New members of the league include
South Omaha, Fremont, Havelock,
Valentine, Chadron, Central City, AIns
worth, Atkinson, Ohlowa, Plattsmouth
and Nebrnska City.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
The meeting of the Nebraska
Teachers' association has been a time
of great rejoicing to tho Y. W. C. A.
girls greeting old cabinet glrlB and
many members of tho association of
nast vears who aro still on the list
as alumni members. Noon meetings
havo been especially interesting.
Durrng tho world's week o prayer,
November 8-15, special noon meetings
will be held as follows:
Monday, Dr. H. B. Ward "Tho
Holiness of God thes earchllght on our
hearts and. the ground of our security.
Tuesday, Esther Warner "The Holl
neBB of .God Unfolded In His will,
that is, the Word of God, the Incarnato
Word and the Written Word."
Wednesday, Ida B. Vlbbard, General
Secretary :"Tho Holiness of God
Manifested In the Cross of Christ."
Thursday, LUllam Chambers "The
Holiness of God Our stay In trial."
Friday, Mrs. F. D. Barker "Tho
HolinesB of God A. summons to wor
ship and glad surrender."
All young woman Invited to those
meetings Irom 11:50 to 12:10 each
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