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The Nebraskan- Hesperian
ATHLETIC BOARD ELECTION
Nomlnations Any ' university stu
dent in good standing may become a
candidate on petition signed by twenty
students, filed with the secretary of the
board before April 20, 1900, together
with a statement in writing from said
student tnat he desires to be a candi
date and expects to be in the university
during the coming year. Petitions in
duplicate are to bo posted in the gym
nasium and the university hall for five
days, and in lack of protest accepted
by the athletic board. All names of
candidates are to published at least
onco !n the university paper, ('ine
"petitions in duplicate" are to be
posted by the student candidate, and he
is responsible for the Insertion of no
tices in papers.)
Elections Time. The time of elec
tion shall be Saturday, May 5, from
10:30 to 12:30 A. i. and 1:30 to 3:30
P. M. at Grant Memorial Hall. '
Judges There shall be three judges I
appointed by the board, but not more i
than two of them shall be members of
the board. j
Voters Any student, former stu-:
dent, alumnus, assistant, or member of .
the faculty shall be Qualified to vote ,
by the payment of twenty-five cents for
the general athletic interests, money
to be paid at the time of election.
Tickets Names of the candidates
shall be printed in alphabetical order.
In addition to the names, the ticket ,
shall bear "vote for five" but no other j
Method The general rules of the
Australian ballot system shall be fol
lowed. There shall be no discussion or
soliciting of votes in the voting room.
The judges together with the mem-1
bers of the board present, shall can-j
vass the votes immediately after the '
close of the polls, and shall announce
by bulletin the election of the five can
didates who have received the highest
numbr of votes. All defective or blank i
"TaIIolssTiall"T)e 'rejected: Anytle" vote '
shall oe decided by lot.
Protests must be filed In writing
-within two days after the election, and
and reasons and evidence of statement
for protest. The ballots shall be re
tained by the secretary of the board j
until after the time for protest has ex
pired, and shall then be destroyed.
Adopted by the athletic board at a
meeting held April 11, 1899.
Win. W. Hastings, Sec'y.
English language and literature, Gor
man, Latin, and physiolophy, romance
languages and American history. In
nearly each case Jio head of the de
partment will nave charge of the work.
This session is conducted primarily for
the teachers, principals and superin
tendents of Nebraska and the west who
desire to pursue certain subjects un
der the guidance of specialists and ex
tend their present knowledge In vari
ous branches by means of the facilities
which the university affords. Credit
is given for all the work. There are
various university lectures open to
those in attendance and the Lancaster
County Teachers' Institute meets at the
same time, affording an elementary
training school. It is expected that
several hundred teachers of the Trans
Mississippi country will take advant
age of this session.
SIGMA XI PROCEEDINGS.
The proceedings of the fourth con
vention of Sigma Xi just published
are oi interest to people connected with
the University of Nebraska. This con
vention was held last summer at Co
lumbus, and the Nebraska chapter was
represented by Acting Chancellor
Bessey and Dr. H. B. Ward. At the
meeting Dr. EHery W. Davis, of the
university was elected treasurer of the
organization, and Dr. Bessey chairman
of tne council of the society. Dr. H.
B. Ward Is corresponding secretary for
the local chapter. Chapters are now es
tablished at Cornell, Rensselaer Poly
technic Institute, Troy, N. Y., Union
'College, Yale, and the Universities of
Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio,
and Pennsylvania. In the Nebraska
chapter there are thirty-two active
member and iifty-one alumni members.
Full line of drawing papers at Uni
versity Book Store.
Kept in Stock.
If you don't
see what you
want, ask for it.
University Book Co.
SUMMER SESSION ANNOUNCE
MENT. The annual announcement of the uni
versity summer wion for VjOO which
convent from June to July 20 has
been utsued, and will be sent upon ap
plication to anyone applying to the
publisher, H. G. Sbedd, at Lincoln,
Neb, 'I he summer session offers work
In eight leading departments of the
university, namely: botany, chemistry,
0iW ! .-- ,,-
are those who do the
actual work in the
of a. nation. In this
vtork tme am it:
is equal to scores of
pen. The pen has
given place to The
Modern Writer, The
h'tfa J'reaiier, the
machine typical of
edged leader in Im
ulo re CATAioout.
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ABUSE OF PRIVILEGES.
J. A. Barrett, secretary of the state
historical society has denied the use
of the papers belonging to the society
to the students. Investigation shows
that nearly all the papers have been
clipped and unnecessarily mutilated.
In some instances a whole column has
been torn from the paper. Many are
torn so badly they are absolutely unfit '
The use of these papers is a privilege
and not a rignt of students. The pa
pers are collected by the society for
the sole purpose of having them bound.
If they are torn or clipped they are
proportionately disqualified for bind
ing. The abuse of this indulgent pri
vilege defeats the primary object of the
Wo have itf
fjremoe . . .
. B. cputron,
1170. Utb St.
31 Hew Line of Good
THE L. PAINE CLOTHING HOUSE.
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