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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1894)
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Tin: Nkihiahkan will lie fouml on miiIo at tlio
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I. 1, Mcnil, UN South Klavuiitli Strcot,
Frank Dn'llol, I two o Street.
Albion Cnfo. fJS North Tunth Strcot.
Kil Youiitr. Iiim O Strcot.
The suggestion inado by the
Chancellor in another eoluinn of
this issue is a practical one, and is
entirely feasible. "When, lion W.
11. Thompson, of Grand Island,
visited tho University this week,
ho remarked, "All that is neces
sary to secure ample appropria
tions is to make tho actual condi
tions known to the state." This
tho students can do, simply by
systematic ell'ort along the lines
indicated by the chancellor. Write
early and often! "Write to your
parents, write to any good busi-
- ness'inen you may icnow, write to
your county papers, write to the
men who are running for oilice,
and write to the men who are run
ning other men for oilice. Ex
plain in detail the conditions here,
picture in u graphic way the
crowds in tho halls and laborator
ies and classrooms, tell of the un
precedented fact there is not a
single room in which all students
can assemble and very few de
pirvtmonl rooms large enough for
tho work of any one department,
explain that what buildings are
hero have been put up with
moneys that ought to go for in
struction that not a building has
over been erected from the state
ironeral fund, a condition not
known in any other suite in the
Union. Go over this again and
again, presenting every phase of
' "the question; and do this steadily
and nersistentlv till the close of
.the legislative bession, if need be.
Send the University papers home,
and to friends, marking matter
which is in this line. And keep
this up till success comes.
AVo can do this if wo will. Let
As a result of the state conven
tion of principals and superintend
ents of the various high schools of
the htato, two very important and
feasible plans for the advancement
of the university were under dis
cussion and acted upon as far as
possible. The idea of shortening
tho high school course for those
who intend to enter the university
is a good one. Jn view of the fact
that llio preparatory department is
soon to bo abolished, this plan will
to some extent, lessen the inconve
nience Aviiich must necessarily tall
upon tho-e who entertained the
idea of taking a six years' course
at this institution.
LIIU U.TUlim.-MIIIIUJIL Ml l BlillU 111"
stiluto to hold session for six wcokp
or more is another stop in tho right
v direction. Tho incalculable bono
fit which would fall to tho lot of
hundreds of Nebraska's teachers,
is an object Avorlhy of a struggle
The little niece of newspaper en-
,te,rpriso which was indulged in by
the business management of this pa
por last week has given rise to many
congmtulutioiiB which liuvo poured
in upon us. ICvoryono wus anxious
to know who wore the lucky ones to
recoivo cudot i)roinotions, und iil
though tho orders were not rend
until 5: Ifi that very evening, Nn
iiuaskan .subscribers wore supplied
with the paper, containing a full
account of tho notable ovont.
Write till tho ImhI Htub nun oxpiros
Write to your urnndpn. h ami your Hiroi
Write witli a will that novor tiro?,
for the library appropriation, for
more room to spout Latin and
Greek, for an appropriation to fill
up the cracks in the sidewalks,
und so weitor, et cetera, and so
forth, et al, ad infinitum.
"Clianco" ami tho Uni.
Manager Teelo is seriously con
sidering the advisabilitv of secur
ing the services of W. Leonard
Fowler, the crack police reporter
of the Journal, to coach tho foot
ball team this year. Mr. Fowler's
account of the game last Saturday,
shows how capable he is of fulfill
ing this position. A check will be
sent him for the professional ad
vice ho has so gratuitously be
stowed. In addition to being attired in
caps, gowns and canes, it is sur
mised that tho seniors will wear a
Tlio Nkihiahkan is a neat publication
iHHiH'd weekly by tho HtudentH of the
Htnto iinivorrtity. It in a news papor mill
Hcenm to contain ntnvH enough to merit
that name. Tlio editorial board n mado
up of Home of tho moHt promising tulent
in the university. In former years tlio
N'kuiiaskan has been a thing to weep and
lament over, a thing of typographical
errors, hoary gags and awful pootry, but
this year it promises to bo a publication
which one can read without ennui and
seo without pain. Tho current issue,
barring a glaring misstatement about
tho ailegod increaso in tlio number of
text-books in tho English department
which really isn't an increase at all is
most promising. Stnto Journal.
Tho Demo-Pop Club.
A meeting of the old Independ
ent club was hold last Saturday
evening in room 13. The purpose
of the meeting was to organize a
club to further the election this fall
of the candidates who will stand up
for tho Uni, and also help elect
Bryan and llolcomb.
Speeches were mado by Abbott,
IS'ewbranch, Searson, Lenhoff, Ger
rard and Riley, all tending towards
the organization of a club to sup
port men, regardless of party, who
would help tho university by voting
appropriations, etc. Mr. MeGufl'y
was elected president, O. II. Al
len, secretary. Messrs. N. C. Ab
bott, Newbranch and Kunz were
appointed as a committee to draw
up a constitution.
Two or three present wanted to
make it strictly a pop club and to
have the democrats come around
to their views, but these were
promptly sat down upon. The
next meeting will bo held next Sat
urday at 7 p.m.
Glue Club Exams.
A great deal of interest is being
manifested in the rlee-club this
year. In tho three examinations
held, about fifty applicants pre
sented themselves for admission.
From these tho required number
of members will be carofully se
lected. Last year's success should
stimulato tho boys to renewed
efforts. There is no reason why,
under the direction of Prof. Kim
ball and the management of Mr.
Heese, the club should not bo one
of the best in the country. Success,
however, will only come bv con
stant practice and hard work; but
the pleasant associations and good
times will more than repay all
who are interested in tho under
taking. AdUlated Schools.
At a meeting of tho faculty last
Monday tho question of affiliation
with other schools was discussed
and it aviis unanimously agreed that
tho university should offer affilia
tion as far as possible upon certain
stated conditions. Tho number of
denominational schools about Lin
coln, which have not unlimited
means at hand, will welcome the
opportunities, and facilities offered
by the univeristy in this manner.
State Convention of High School
Principals Promises Some
The reirular fall session of the No-
iraska Superintendents and Princi
pals Association was held in the
state capilol building last Friday
and Saturday. There was a largo at
tendance present and many valua
ble ideas were exchanged. An
important topic which came up for
consideration was the scheme pro
mulgated by Chancellor Canfield,
to have all liigh school work, nec
essarily preparatory to the univer
sity pursued in the first three
year's course. This will allow
those who have no desire to go
farther in their education than to
graduate from a high school, to
obtain their diploma by completing
their fourth year; while those who
intend to enter tho university or
other colleges, can get their certifi
cates and leave at the end of their
The chancellor has had this idea
in mind for some time, and last
Saturday ho had the opportunity
to bring it up. It was deemed iy
those present at the meeting, that
they would do all in their power to
further this plan. Though its im
mediate results may not be notice
able, the idea will be adopted as
far as possible next year.
Another important matter which
came up, was the establishment of
a State Institute to continue during
a part of the summer vacation.
Practically this would make but a
prolonged session of the University
Summer School which is held for
three weeks, immediately after
commencement. This summer
school is established for the benefit
of teachers and others, who have
special questions they wish to in
vestigate, and who desire to study
up on certain subjets which the
facilities offered by the university
make comparatively easy.
A committee consisting of the
State Superintendent, tho Chancel
lor, and tho principal of the State
Normal school, was appointed to
properly arrange and grade the
work of such an institute, and to
inaKc all necessary arrangements
for the establishment of a Slate In
stitute next summer. The work
will include alt grades, from High
School to Primary. The idea is
another one of the Chancellor's
and gives promise of being a suc
cess. H is predicted that should
such an institute be established no
lo-s than five hundred of tho bright
est and most enterprising teachers
in Nebraska would avail themselves
of tho opportunities thus afforded
by the state during tho very first
session of tho institu to.
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