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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
ALL NXT WEEK
COMMENCING TUESDAY, OCT. 5,
MAtlneet Wednesday and Saturday,
ENID MAY JACKSON
JESS B. FULTON
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Corner IOth & O Strtcti
Besides tho young people who live
In the town and go homo nights', Prin
cipal Washington's big 'Tuskegeo
sdhool has had 1,621 pupils this year
1,085 boys and 536 girls. With the
day pupils, tho pupils In tho town
evening school and cooking school
and tho children taught by tho stu
dents in tho normal department count
ed In, tho total verges close on 2,000.
Thirty-eight states and territories are
represented In th6 enrollment; also
Africa, Japan, China, Cuba, Jamaica,
Porto Rico and many other foreign
regions. Tho soudont shave paid about
$25,000 in cash for tholr tuition this
year, and more than $100,000 in labor.
E,lgb.ty-oight members of this year's
outgoing cIubs received normal school
diplomas and eighty-seven received
trade school certificates.
11 VLl aV B aiUlE? m Mi
FOR UNI CERTIFICATES
TEACHERS MAY RECEIVE PAPER8
AFTER TWO YEAR8.
STUDENTS NOT AT DISADVANTAGE
Former Injustice Done University
Students In Favor of Normal
8chool Men Now
By a new arrangement which has
been made by tho faoulty of tho teach
ers' collogo, unlvorslty students who
wish to teach boforo completing their
four years course are no longer at a
disadvantage when compared with
normal school and small college stu
dents. University men and women
who have completed two years' work
may now receive an "emergency cer
tificate," which entitles them to teach
for three yearB, after which time they
may return to school nnd finish their
This action by the teachers' col
lege Is taken in order that an Injus
tice may not be worked unlvorslty
students who may deBlro to take a
year or two out or tno lour year
course for practical experience before
receiving their degree. Others who
may need the time for earning money
with which to continue their course
are benefited by tho change.
Was Not Just.
Under tho stato law tho university
can Issue certificates to teachers who
have completed certain courses. Sim
ilarly the normal schools and colleges
can give out the life diplomas. Many
of these institutions graduate stu
dents from their normal courses after
two years' work and these students
receive a certificate entitling them to
the same teaching privileges which
obtain with the paper given out by
the university authorities.
in tho past when a university stu
dent has desired to quit school at
the end of his second year to teach,
the university has not given him a
certificate. When he applied for a po
sltion ho frequently tound that an
other man, a student in a minor col
lege or normal school, who had no
greater scholarly attainment than the
university man, still had the certifi
cate which the Lincoln man did not
have. Tho state school student was
thus at a serious disadvantage in se
curing a position.
No Longer True.
Now the emergency certificate will
put the university man on a par with
the representatives of the minor
school. The certificate is made good
for three years, becauuse the univer
sity does not wish to encourage stu
dents to quit school before gradua
tion. The university standard is not
lowered, for it is expected that tho
student will return and graduate be
fore receiving the regular university
certificate. The new paper is an
"emergency" document. It does not
recommend the student for positions
In the larger high schools of the stato,
altho It .is good in all the minor
By a law passed by tho 1907 stato
legislature it has been popularly un
derstood that no persons could teach
in high schools unless they wore
graduates of the state university or
of an Institution of equivalent stand
ing. This supposition is a wrong In
terpretation of the bill passed by the
last republican legislature. The meas
ure included also graduates of a state
normal school or of a school of equal
rank and so practically all the two
year normal school graduates are ad
mitted to the high school teaching
BENNETT PRESIDENT PER8HING8
Society Elects Officers for the Coming
Year Last Evening.
C. E. Bennett was elected president
of tho Pershing Rifles at the regular
meeting of tho organisation last oyen
Ing. Carl Fisher was elected secre
tary and J. P. Rhode treasurer.
J. A. Scotnoy was elected captain
and W. J. Lempke first bergeants.
NEW COMPANY FORMED'
8IXTH DIV18I0N ADDED TO THE
SOME SURPRISES IN COMMISSIONS
Men Advanced In Each Company to
Lieutenancies and First Ser
geant Places and "K"
A now company was formed and
ofilcores wore announced for tho en
tiro cadet battalion at assembly last
evening. Co "K" 1b to bo tho sixth
company of tho battalion, the forma
tion of which Is necessitated by tho
growth in tho numbers registered for
drill. In tho list of officers as named
last ovonlng there woro some sur
prises but on tho wholo tho appoint
ments woro expected. Following Is
the roster of tho battalion officers in
accordance ,wlth last ovenlng's gener
Major, E. F. DiorkB.
Captain Adjutant, W. C. Weiss.
Captain Quartermaster, C. L. Modo
sitt. First Lieutenant Adjutant, R. B.
Captains Co. D, Val White; Co. C,
A. C. Schmidt; Co. A, D. D. Plumb;
Co. B, S. A. Mahood; Co I, J. A.
Scotnoy; Co. K, C. P. Sduerburg;
FlrBt Lieutenants Co. D, D. E.
Wollengren; Co. C, W. J. Lompko;
Co. A.W. O. Fornian; Co. I, M. E.
Second Lieutenants Co. D, J.
Kelfer; Co. C, A. W.-Raymond;
A, R. A. Brownell; Co. B, C. M.
lano; Co. I, G. H. Blschof.
First Sergeants Co. D, E. H.
Hahne; Co. C, C. E. Bennett; Co.
A, H. C. Hathaway; Co. B, G. D.
Galloway; Co. 1, H. W. Coulter; Co.
K, C. J. Lord.
Hospital Corps Captain, Upson;
First Lieutenant, Plumb; First Ser
Band Chief musician, Ingersoll;
Principal musician, Reid; Sergeant,
CR08S COUNTRY MEN AT WORK.
Meeting Held Yesterday and Practice
Started at Once by Long
A meeting of all men Interested in
cross country work was hold yester
day morning at 11 o'clock in Dr.
Clapp's office and the work for tho
year was lined up. About twenty-five
men were present. They discussed
plans for tho work and Dr. Clapp In a
short talk told tho men what was ex
pected of them this year. Tho time
for tho squads to work was arranged
and short speeches wore'mnde by tho
old men, Baumann, Amberson, and
Captain Gable has not yet returned
to Lincoln, but is expected in at al
most any time. The only other men
eligible for tho team are Baumann,
Anberson and Tromp. Quite a num
ber of promising men were present
who had made good records last year
but woro debarred because thoy woro
freshmen. Among these were W. I.
McGowan and Mllek. ' It is understood
that BatOB, another one of last year's
promising men, will also line up for
Regular work was started last
evening, and by tonight Dr. Clapp
hopes to have about forty men run
ning. Tho main squad goes out from
five till six the other squads running
as tholr classes will permit. The
squads run to tho fair grounds, where
they use the track for practice, and
Columbia University is to have a
-new $400,000 building devoted entirely
to the School of Domestic Economy,
and work is already begun on the
fonndatlonB. Tho building will have
some unlquo architectural features,
one of which is a little stone pulpit be
tween two of tho windows on tho first
floor. These are quite common in
European universities, and are useful
for open-air meetings, but this is said
to be tho first one of Its kind In Amor
ica. Tho gift which makes this addi
tion to tho university buildings pos
sible was anonymous.
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