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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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braskan advertisers, and tomenr
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WHAT fUND HAS DONE
ANNUAL , REPORT OF TRUSTEE8
' OF CARNEGIE PENSION.
WORK NOW OF ENLARGED SCOPE
Seventy.elght Names of Professors or
Their Widows Added to Retired
List In Last Year and New
Tho annual roport of the trustees
of tho Carndgle ponslbh fund for re
tired college professors Bhows that
enlarged activities have beon entered
upon within tho last twelve months.
Tho Carnegie foundation, which was
originally organized for tho purpose
of granting pensions to agod collogo
profesBorB, Is gradually extending Us
jurisdiction and broadening its useful
ness for tho "advancement of teach
ing." In order to enjoy tho benefits
of tho pension system which Mr. Car
negie has endowed It Is necessary for
an educational Institution to maintain
a certain standard of instruction and
scholarship. ThiB has been a sufficient
Inducement for sevoral colleges al
ready to advanco tholr currlculums
and others are preparing to do so.
Includes 8tate 8chools.
As is well lmown, the original en
dowment for pensions to retired pro
fessors made by Mr. Carnegie did not
Include tho faculties of state colleges
and universities that wore supported
by public taxation, but last spring
he decided to admit them, and added
$5,000,000 to tho endowment for that
purpose. This has enabled the trus
tees to add a largo numher of Institu
tions to their list
Tho retired llBt has been Increased
by seventy-eight names during the
year at an annual coBt of $113,705. Of
these fifteen are tho names of wid
ows of professors, thirteen persons In
tho retired llBt have died during the
year and two temporary, allowances
were discontinued, so that" tho not
addition to the list was sixty-three
There are now 211 persons receiv
ing ponslons averaging $1,532.58 frdm
tho Carnegie fiind. Of theso twenty-
f AS II I ON ABLE
nine aro widoWB and 182 are profess
ors. The total amount of pensions paid
during 1908 was $303,505.
Tho roport of the treasurer shows
a total endowmont of $10,962,273.55.
The board of trustees has increased
tho maximum amount of a retiring al
lowance from $3,000 to $4,000 and has
decided to grant pensions to the wid
ows of professors amounting to one
halt of what their husband would have
been ontltled to receive. 'Heretofore
pensions for widows have been only
promissory, but numerous letters from
professors and tho expressions of edu
cators generally convinced the trus
tees that no part of the retiring al
lowance system would bo more help
ful and more appreciated than pen
sions to widows. Such pensions were'
therefore raised from discretionary
onos to a certain provision by the foK
lowing rule: ,
"Any person who has been for ten
years tb!o wife of a professor, either
In iho receipt of a pension or entitled
to receive one, shall receive during
her widowhood one-half of the allow
ance to which her husband was en
titled."., ' '
Some Not Admitted.
There are still a large number of
Institutions, which have tailed to meet
the requirements ot the- Carnegie
trustees, because their standards are
too low, but they aro advancing them
gradually, and 'Will soon ho abio to
comply with the regulations, .touring
tho last year Dr. Prltchett,' chairman
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of tho trustees, has beon working
with more than 500 colleges on tho
subject of entrance and graduation
requirements, and ho says that "from
this correspondence it sooms that the
record for the coming year will easily
duplicate the progress of tho year
H6NOR8 TO -KAN8AS
(Continued from Page 1)
started tho scoring and for a few min
utes it looked as, though they .might
ovorcome tho lead Which tho third,4
year men had obtained. The spiirt
was Bhort lived, however and tho
juniors gradually overcame the soph
omores' lead. The final Bcoro was:
Juniors, 30; sophomores, 20. For the
juniors, Jones and Flowor played a
good game. Carroll and Hascall
starred for the sophomores.
8ome Rough Play.
Tho game between tho freshmen
and the seniors was marked by rough,
work on the part of tho two teamB,
and frequently the players stopped
the game to engage in a little rough
ing match on tho side. Tho first half
gave the freBhmen -a ead of 11 to 6.
but the seniors wont at their smaller
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opponents in the Becond half and man
aged to overcome the lead which had;
been gained by tho froshies in the
earlier part of the game.
The final standing of the league
gives the juniors first place while
the three other classes are tied for
second. Following 1b the summary:
Teams. Won. Lost Pet
Juniors 3 0' 1,000
Sonlors .-.- 1 2 .883
Sophomores 1 2 .333
Freshmen 1 2 .333
MILL LEVY APPROPRIATION MADE
Main University Maintenance Bill Be
The mill levy appropriation, which
is responBble for the biggest part of
tho university funds, has been passed
by both houses of the state legislature
and now awaits tho signature of Gov
ernor Shallenberger. The governor
will undoubtedly sign tho measure
and the university will then have. its
funds for tho next blennlum avail:
able. t '
Tho 'bill this year, Includes a pro
vision making impossible' for the uni
versity to draw on the fund Immedi
ately without having to wait as In the
past until tax was collected, In prac
tice', the state school has not always
been forced to wait for its mofioy, but
iho matter has usually beon a dis
puted question between the. university
authorities and the state officers. The
new provision .does away with, all
Tho' bill prorMes that tho regents
may use 95 ot the funds at once in
any way they see fit, the remaining
5 being held up so that there may
be no overdrafts on account ot unpaid
taxes. ,All taxes paid above the 95
will be turned oyer to the regents
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