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VoL IX. No. 4.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1909.
Price 5 Cents.
PROFS. CANNOT TAKE
MONEY FROM STUDENTS
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COLLINS WATCHES PLAY
FROM SIDE LINES
OLD "N" MAN, NOT TO PLAY THIS
YEAR, SEES PRACTICE.
NEW RULE OF BOARD OF RE
GENTS NOW IN EFFECT.
tlMIT 00 TO TREASURER DALES
Now 8ystemAdopted In Order to
Render Pos8ibleSsComplete Ac
counting of MoneySpent
By the operation of a new rule
adopted by the board of regents at a
meeting last spring; tiio" members of
the university faculties can no longer
have any financial relations with stu
dents whatsoever. From now on all
money paid by students for Instruc
tion must go thru the hands of Treas
urer Dales or Purchasing Agent B. H.
The rule effecting this change met
the approval of the regents late last
spring, but it did not go into force
until the opening of the current sem
ester It was adopted in order' to sys
tematize the finances of the university
and to protect the professors from all
accusation of misuse of funds or over
charging for necessary books and sup
plies. Account of Money.
In the past professors in depart
ments requiring a large amount of
mimeographed work have frequently
charged the students a small sum per
semetser for this service and have
then given out the sheets in class, in
this way they insured the student a
standard copy for the desired material
and also made certain the fact of its
possession by the class at, the proper
time. Other professors collected small
amounts from students with which (o
purchase books to be specially re
served in the library. This saved the
student the cost of purchasing a com
plete set of books for his own use.
But the regents found that with, this
system in vogue there could nbt be an
exact account kept of the money spent
by the university in educating its stu
dents. The professors kept individual
accounts of the sums, but no report
was made to Treasurer Dales. In
order that the whole amount spent
might be made a matter of record in
the university offices, the new rule
No "Graft" Charges.
Under the old rule there was always
a chance that the professor might be
accused of "graft" or something like.
Altho the necessity and convenience
of the purchase of books was evident,
there -were always some students who
would claim that the professor was
making a personal gain. By the new
system the whole thing is placed in
the hands of Purchasing Agent Clarke.
The .mimeographed material or the
books ior class use are purchased by
him and sold thru the regents book
store to the students. Thru this means
there can be no charge of misuse of
The new system goes into effect
with this semester. , Classes in his
tory, sociology, and the larger classes
in the academic 'college are chiefly af
fected by the change.
lyilsa Helen Gray, Delta Delta Delta,
one pf last year's seniors, is a teacher
in Fremont high school. Miss Jane
Bunt,, a 1008 Delta Gamma, teaches
mathematics in the same school.
Your oar fare woujd pay lor a nice
lunch at The Boston Lunch. Why
Special Dance, Lincoln Dancing
Academy, X124 N Street , "Soleot
school' Friday, Nov. 1. Bruse's full
orchestra. Refreshments by "Tommy,'
Students cordially invited. 2-5t
Nebraska football Schedule
October 2. South Dakota Lincoln
October 9. Knox Lincoln
October 16. Minnesota Omaha
October 23. Iowa Lincoln
October 30. Doane Lincoln
November 6. Kansas1 Lincoln
November 13. No Game
November 20. Denver Denver
Thanksgiving. Haskell Lincoln
PROF. BARBOUR ARRIVES HOME.
Geology Man Has Had Fine Trip In
Europe and Eastern United States.
Professor B. H. Barbour returned
home yesterday from his European
trip. He has been spending the last
three months In company with Hon.
C. H. Morrill in England, Scotland,
Ireland and on the continent of Eu
rope, as well as visiting many places
in the eastern part of the United
States. They also spent a short time
in Canada. The expenses of the en
tire trip were borne by Mr. Morrill,
who gave the professor the trip as an
acknowledgement of the services rend
ered by him in his museum work with
the Morrill collection. Professor Bar
bour vlBited many large museums and
other places of interest in his line of
work, and says he has enjoyed an ex
traordinarily fine time.
NEW DEAN OF MEDICAL COLLEGE
Plans for Permanent Organization
May Be Announced 8hortly.
A permanent organization of the
Medical College may be carried out in
the near future. Negotiations are
now in progress with that end in
view, and it instated that some con
clusion may be reached within a
Asosciate Dean Harold Glfford and
others of the Omaha branch of the
faculty have consulted with the spe
cial committee on vacancies appoint
ed by the regents, consisting of Re
gent Allen and Chancellor Avery. This
committee has announced that they
hope to be able to take some definite
action soon. At present Professor
Wolcott Is aptlng deah of the College
PROGRAM FOR TODAY'8 RECITAL.
Mr 8. Carrie B. Raymond qf the Uni
versity Chorus to Entertain at
At convocation this morning Mrs,
Carrie B, Raymond, director of the
university choruB, will, render an or
gan recital, with the following pro
gram; , ,
Prelude t , . . , Rachmalnoff
Im Paradlsum . . . . , Dubois
Intermezzo ,t '. .,.,.,. .Rogers
Andante ...;... .Haydn
March . . . t .,.., ,i, . . , , , . .Gounod
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AVERY WILL DELIVER
AN ADDRESS IN BOSTON
NEBRA8KA CHANCELLOR TO AT
TEND UNIVER8ITY MEETING.
INAUGURATE LOWELL AT HARVARD
Following Intsallatlon of New Presi
dent of Harvard University, the
8tate University Association
1 Will Meet.
Chancellor Samuel Avery leaves
Lincoln Sunday or Monday to attend
the Inauguration ceremonies install
ing Professor Abbott Lawrence Low
ell as president of Harvard university.
Following the Inaugural events, the
chancellor will attend the annual
meeting of the state universities asso
ciation of the country, at which he
Professor Lowell succeeds to the
Harvard presidency on: Wednesday,
October 6, taking the chair vacated
by. President Elliott, who has been
head of the Boston institution for
many years. The occasion of Dr.
Lowell's accession to the leading ex
ecutive position of Harvard will bo
celebrated by a three days' program.
Lowell Program. '
On Tuesday, October 5, from 8:30 to
10:30 p. m., the delegates of the vari
ous universities will enroll in the In
auguration Book. This will be fol
lowed by an Informal reception to
which members of the governing
boards and faculties of the university
and, gentlemen entertaining delegates
will be admitted.
Wednesday at 10:30 a. mvwlll oc
cur the inaugural ceremonies proper.
These will be held in the college yard
and ,wlll be followed by the preai.
dent's address and the conferring of
honorary degrees. Prora 12; 15 to 2:15
p. m, there will be a lunchepn, given
by the Harvard Alumni association af
the Harvard Union. At ,p. ny the,
ladies accompanying the, university
delegates wllLv be 'entertajnedjat a
luncheon at Radcliffe halL At 2:39
the alumni asBoclatlpn-jWlll meet and
at 8 p. m. the Boston Symphony or
chestra will render a concert. At
9:30 p. m. the students will conduct a
celebration In the stadium.
Saturday at 10 a. m. the delegates
Of the unlvnrnH-.na win .... .... -j
in the order of the foundation of their
institutions, to the governing boards
nnd faculties tof the Harvard univer
sity. Brief addresses will be made at
this meeting. At 1:30 p. m. there
will bo a reception for the visiting
delegates by Prelsdent and Mrs. Low
ol, and at 7:30 p. m. a dinner will, be
given in their honor.
Avery Will Speak.
At the meetlncr nt ti.a a .....
of American State Universities, which
Su.auy loijows the inaugural
ceremonies, Chancellor Avery will be
one of the speakers. The chancellor
will address the delegates, most of
tions which thev rnM-.-, ..
uwect "What Should Bo , DaZ
of the Deans?"
On the Drojrrnm ivui. -... ..
. - t wianceuor
Avery are representatives of most of
U wSf h "?1VOrflU,efl ' the country
t w 11 bo the first time that the Ne-
braska chancellor has attended the
association in his capacity as head or
V- W, C. A. GETTING TO WORK.
Noon Meetings Commenced-Recep.
' tlon ,at Governor's Mansion
The noon meetings of the Y. W.
C. A. have already been commenced,
with good attendance. Miss Fanny
Drake, 1906, at present IndustrlaLsoc
retary of the Young Women's Chris
tian association of Rochester, N. Y.
spoke Tuesday and Wednesdav nnmi.
At noon today Miss Grace White Just
returned from a trjp around the world,
will give some of her experiences. '"
, On Sunday, Dr. Tutner, president
of Hastings, Colleger will address the
young women hjf the Temple. The
aong service will open at' 3:45. -
Saturday, October 2, will be tho oc
casion, of tiro annual reception of the
assoclatlonat the governor's, mansion.
The reception will hold from 8 to ip
p. m. All girls of the university and
faculty7 members are welcome. A mu
sicalprogram will bo rendered by
Mls4 Lillian Helms. Mr. August tol.
zef and Miss Louise ZumwlnVfil'
SCRUBS HW.D DOWN THE VARSITY
Farley and Hornberger of Second
Team 8how That They Are,
Not Afraid of Veteran
Those who Journeyed out to tile
stato farm last ovonlng woro glvon a
tasto of tho real thing in tho football
lino. Tho scrlmmago yostorday was
by far tho hardest and florcost of tho
School oponed up a wook lato this
year, and as a consequence tho
coaches aro compolled to round tho
men Into shapo and toughen them
moro rapidly than usual. Tho stren
uous work caused more than one man
to drop out with a blooding noso, a
scarrod and bruised faco or a halting
gait. But tho coaches kopt right on,
and as soon as a man was winded or
disabled another was shoved into his
placo and the work wont on.
8crubt Buck Varsity.
In yesterday's scrimmage tho
scrubs had all tho bettor of tho argu
ment. It must be remembered, how
ever, that a good many varsity men
were working with them. Tho varsity
was given tho ball in tho oponlng of
the engagement, but wore unable to
make vany consistent gains. Time
after tlme-tho scrub linesmen and
backs, broke thruand' spilled the, plays
oven before they started. Farley at
right tackle was onoof tho chief
sources1 of annoyance to thov varsity
men. He was .pitted galnst Snonka,
but tho sight of this two hundred atifr
fifteen pounder had no terrors for him.
and did not prevent his breaking thru
and spilling the varsity plays.
At loft tackle Hornberger, last year
a Lincoln high school star, was equal
ly effectual for the scrubs. Others
among the scrubs whoso work was
worthy of mention were Gibson, at
full, Warner at end, Freltag at center
and Wood at quarter.
Towards tho latter ' end of the
scrimmage, after a spirited talk by
Coach Cole, tho varsity took a brace
and ploughed thru the scrubs line In
championship fashion, finally sending
Franck over the line for a touch-
Collins a Watcher
An interested watcher of last night's
practice was "Sid" Collins. "Sid"
watched the scrimmage from the' side
lines, and expressed a very favorable
opinion or tho worlc He says tho
men have Improved very ranldlv and
that they are much faster than when
he saw them work out a week ago.
Collins has about decided thnf it win
be impossible for him to be back 'in
the amo this year, owlne to lank of
time. This leaves the center position
open, and the next two or three weeks
will see merry fight for the place.
Perrin was used at center yesterday'
and showed up well,
It has been reported that "Tub." Ew
ing is to be back into the game. So
far Bwlng has not reported, it seems
that he has' been having some diffi
culty wun nis credits, but If ho can
get thlsmatter arranged lie may bo"
-back-lnto the harness hafnra th n)
of, the week. Ewlng was oneof the
strongest men on last year's eleyeni
and with his experience would be n
vuwer oi strengtn to this year's line.
Practice at Antejope.
Practice' today will nrnhahlv h han
at Antelope Park, he first few games
wm pave to do piayoa there, as the
new field will not be ready for some
time yet. Manager Eager la gdlng4b
try to have the new Nebraska Field
ready for the Iowa game, however, and
is making a strenuous effort to have
everything in readiness by that time.
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