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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1899)
A Wccldy Newspaper Issued JSvery
(Monday Noon by the University
Knlured us Second Class Mull Mattor.
Geo. h. Townc Managing IMItor
M. I. Stownrt Kdlloi-lti'Ghlnf
J. T. Suiiiiu'i Kdgnr Clark.
Kdgnr Crumb. Cruco Muo Mlllun.
Ada Whiting. Melon Woods.
It. D. Andresou. Clydo Vun Vnlln
Benton Dales Alumni
The NebniHltnn will be Bcmt to ivny
xUItcss upon receipt of the Hiibscrlp
tlon price, which Is oim dollar a year.
Contributions are solicited from all.
Ncwb Items Biieh as locals, pcrsonala,
reports of meetings, etc., arc especlnl
ly desired. '.The Nebniskan will be
glad to print any contribution rela
tive to u general university Hiibjeet,
but the name must accompany ull
Address all communication to the
Nebraskun, University of Isc-bruskn.
Frank Jtlley, 'US, former editor of
thci'ebraskun and now with one of
the Kansas City papers has respond
ed generously to Hie call of the ath
letic board ior funds to pay oil Its
old debts. Frank Jtlley Is still lu-h-ri-Med
In Nebraska University and
tithes occasion to show it by subscrlb.
lug $5. A few such gifts would soon
vnneel the debt aeeotiut of the past
scitMn and give to old enthusiasts
thilr wonted eheerfuluess.
Jn introducing it clipping from the
last number of the Klotc, the Omaha
Ji.seelslor has tills to say of that far
The Kiote, which yclpeth at the
Capital yclept Lincoln, is following
rapidly in the bridle path of the Jsh
maelite and tlie l'hilistlne and all
that weird crew that use ancient
types mixed in with queer wlggletalls
and do-funnys and typographic thing-um-bobs-to
make the reader Uilnk he
lms got hohl of something extra aes
thetic and lln-de-slccle, y'know. Jiut
they hit the nail on the upper end
The athletic board has at last bro
ken the deadlock and succeeded in
electing it foot ball manager, and for
so doing they have the thanks of all
lovers of tlie game that abide here.
Mr. I'earse, the new manager, lo a foot
ball player and enthusiast well known
to all .students, lie undoubtedly will
do the best that can be done for the
team next year, and, with anything
like fair support on the part of the
students, will make the coming sea
son a prosperous one. It Is to be
Imped that home eastern games may
be scheduled, for it is time that Ne
braski should show Michigan, '"lilea
go and Wisconsin, at least, that even
the far west can produce good foot
A rcailj admirable little olume
Comes from the picas of 1). C. Heath
& Co. of Jtoston tills mouth, it Is an
edition of the "tilr Jtoger de Coverly
l'apcrs" from the Spectator, edited by
William Henry Hudson, professor of
Jinglish literature in Iceland Stanford
University. To anyone who is Inter
ested in tliis remarkably early Kng
lish essays of Addison and Steele, this
will seise as a very interesting col
lection. However, it is apparently
prepared primarily for class use. it
contains a careful introduction and
fifteen pnges of notes and eight Illus
trations of characteristic scenes as de.
scribed by the author.
surpassed by any edition on the mar.
hot, The Introduction Is carefully
written with it view to tlie purpose
for which the book Is intended, name
ly cIiihh use, and gives, with all the
detail necessary to a full understand
ing of the text, a review of the his.
tory and sources of Che play. The
notes, though not so olumluous as
those of Home editions, yet give all
(lie necessary explanations of diffi
cult words and passages. The book
Is published by Scott, r-'orcHiimu tfe
Co. of Chicago.
(Wit NM-JW UN I V HIIS IT V.
A'u alumnuH of llio University recent
ly responded to a 'toast entitled, "rho
Now University." lie recognised that
the University of Nebraska Is not only
In a position on account of numbers
to lie the loading trans-Mlsslsslpfi Uni
versity, but also on account of Its
spirit. The establishment and devel
opment of the graduate school Is
bringing In the real University. Al
ready the leading colleges of the stato
have 'formed a college union to main
tain the spiritual and lutclectual stnud
anls of colleges and to ally thorn to
the crowning university In the gradu
ate school. The undergraduate col
logos In the University maintain their
standards with more case, as the stu
dents see the pathway of specialization
opened us and as they remain for
graduate work. The qualilleatlons for
professors and maintained and In
eroased, as It is scon that they must
bo investigators and" men of original
research, as well as teachers, The en
tire teaching force Is stimulated to do
its best. The Ideals of scholarship and
of character for professors and stu
dents arc no longer those of mere
learning, but of protracted study and
of saerlllcc for truth and service of
The groups of study hove been re
vised to meet the demands of the. new
University. The groups have been
greatly Increased and elaborated. Op
port unity Is given for general liberal
and technical education, ad also for
In the now University is realized
what had long been dreamed of for a
State University, which must be pe
culiarly a people's university the or
ganization of tlie schools of agricul
ture and mechanic arts, in conjunction
with colleges of literature, science and
the arts. Those schools, the organiza
tion of which simply was reported to
the last legislature, have developed as
fast as the equipment of the schools
would permit, and now provision has
been made to supplement these schools
with a school of domestic science that
Is opening the present year with promise.
GInn and Company of Chicago and
Itoston have just Issued a new and re
vised edition of their Went worth's al
gebra. The following extract from
the preface states well the merits of
tills new addition to a most popular
series: "Tlie author has spared no
pains to make this a model text book
In subject matter and mechanical ex
ecution. The remarkii'ble favor with
which his other algebras have been
received is shown by the fact that
nearly a million copies have already
been sold, nnd the fjale continues to
increase from year to year. The au
thpr trusts thnt this new candidate
for fnvor will linve the same gonorous
reception, and be found to meet fully
the requirements of the recent ad
vance In the science nnd method of
tencliing elementary nlgebra."
There is a new ndditlon to the Lake
Knglish elnssios in the form of nn edi
tion of Macbeth, with nn Introduction
by Br. Nellson of Bryn Mawr nnd
notes and glojwnrv by Dr. TCoynton,
late Instructor in Syracuse University.
Tn meehanlcnl execution, ncntness and
convenience of size, It is not to bo
IN Till': GYMNASIUM.
W. A. Trlestly, one of W'csleyan's
crack men of hist year, has entered
the University and is in training for
the track team. He won the half-mile
run in the Intercollegiate meet last
Dr. Hustings lias set aside a special
time for physical examinations. The
regular examinations will be given
dally from H to 11:20 a. m. The
strength tests will be given dally from
s to t) a. m. and 2 to 3 p. m .
The screen for the organ has ar
rived and will be put up at once. Jtcc.
rent Ion gurnet, will be resumed Imme
diately. A new gitine will be intro
duced which promises to be a good
one. It is called hoop ball.
lieginnlng this week a class in gym
iiasium work will meet at night. Tlie
time lin.s not been dcllnitcijt decided
upon, but It will be under this direct
supervision of Dr. Hastings. This
class will be given to those students
who have not "been allowed to take
tills work because they had too many
hours In other departments. They
will not register for the work, but will
be enrolled with the head of the de
partment. The requirements for this
work will be the same as those ex
acted of students In the regular
Since the dissolution of the athletic
association last fall there have been
many perplexing questions asked in
regard to how and when and where
ami by what authority we could elect
a new athletic board. Such questions
are no longer necessary, as all who
read the following will have those
The following amendments were
adopted by the Hoard of llegents on
February at) and approved by the ath
letic board on the same day. The two
following articles are aine'iidinonts to
Articles II and III of the constitution.
The constitution Is printed in full on
page 302 of the univeristy Calendar.
'Pile amendments rood as follows:
Article Tr.-Tho board shall have
control of nil athletic matters In the
Article' 1 1 T. Tlie bonrd shnll con
sist of ten members five of whom shall
bo elected anunlly for the ensuing
year nt n meeting held between May
1 nnd May 15, by the students of the
university under such regulations ns
to time and eligibility of voters nnd
all other matters connected therowlth
ns the board may prescribe by general
The remaining five. shall bo mem
bers of the general faculty, chosen ns
Three by the faculty and two by
the student members of the board
within five days after Mm student elcc.
Hon cneh spring.
fly members of the general fnculty
Is mennt n person holding tlie posi
tion of ndjunct professor or hlcher
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