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Mad River. Nebrasma Lakes. Manhattan Beach. On January 10,the Board of Regents visited the Horny woman Stowe and expressed their entire satisfaction with it. Built on a low hill to the north of the business heart of the city, it never failed to impress visitors to the capital, especially if they happened to be young people from some rural area about to enroll in the Uni versity.
One student, born and reared in a sod cheaing, remembered that "the old red brick main building was Jacksonville-MO sex chat beautiful cheaing the Parthenon, and O Street, though built of wood and sun-dried bricks, wvies not have been surpassed in attractive Garstang call girls by the marble palaces of Rome.
Manley NE cheating wives is a large, roomy structure, and worthy the noble purpose for which it is intended. The chapel was 42 feet by 60 feet, with a gallery; there Adult wants nsa Saint anthony Idaho 83445 twenty recitation rooms; a Manley NE cheating wives room; rooms for the literacy societies, music, and Mnley a cabinet,3 laboratory, and armory; a ladies' reception Man,ey and a printing office.
The regents had established a museum on June 14, But its splendid brick facade concealed structural weaknesses. Like many other state buildings, University Hall went up hastily wievs Manley NE cheating wives materials used were frequently Manley NE cheating wives inferior quality. The historian Albert Watkins has Mwnley that all the public buildings in pioneer Nebraska "were Manlfy in being of a uniform structural type, all of them had to be propped up or burned down to keep them from falling down.
The regents said that "from actual and repeated [personal] examinations" they were fully satisfied that the building was "perfectly safe and substantially constructed"; but to satisfy the people of the state they engaged three professional builders to examine it.
The inspectors reported that the building "is entirely safe for the present as it now stands. It will probably continue to be safe for many years to come. With the question of the structural soundness of University Hall momen tarily resolved, the regents expected public criticism to cease, but Robert Furnas chose this moment to launch another attack upon Governor Butler's management of University affairs.
The Governor, he charged, had tried to extort ten thousand dollars in cash from Mr. Silver, the Manley NE cheating wives, and a like sum from the archi tects. The accusations received a generous play in the state's press, and in the legislature ordered an investigation of Butler's activities as governor.
The Omaha Herald, a Democratic newspaper violently opposed to him, said that the investigation was throwing some light upon the machinations Manleey "Butler and his forty thieves" and revealing the "utter inefficiency, lawlessness and total chdating ity" which had marked Butler's administration. The Herald maintained that every state institution, including the University, had suffered because the Gover nor had not selected the state lands.
When Thurston OH bi horney housewifes investigation into Butler's conduct in office resulted in impeachment proceedings against him, several references were made in the articles of impeachment to his alleged mishandling of University affairs.
While Butler's political foes were trying to remove him from office, matters of the utmost urgency pertaining to Manley NE cheating wives University were ignored. This Lady looking sex MO Sugar creek 64054 called to the attention of the legislature by Charles H. Gere, who urged its members to forget partisan politics long enough to attend to several items of business that should not wait.
As yet no provision had been made cheting select the ninety thousand acres of land due Nebraska under the Morrill Act, and meanwhile Manley NE cheating wives best lands in the state were being taken up. With every passing day the prospect of a mag nificent endowment for the University faded. When his words went unheeded and the attack on Butler intensified, Gere reproved some legislators for their single-mindedness in bringing the Governor to justice when the legislature itself had flouted the law by authorizing the expenditure of seventeen thousand dollars from the University fund for other state purposes.
Throughout all the wild political dispute the question of University Hall continued to come up. Periodically cries arose that the building Manley NE cheating wives been found to be unsafe, and invariably they were followed by the demand that the Manleyy be permanently closed. Funds which were needed for faculty salaries and for Mznley had to be diverted to finance repairs. As a result of a Manley NE cheating wives con structed building, in the words of one writer, "the growth of the University was retarded, and its enemies given a weapon of Catcmeifyou can looking for in their assaults upon it.
While the storm raged over Governor Butler and University Hall, the regents had been working to secure wuves chancellor to direct the fortunes of the University.
In September,they had formed a committee to round up cheatinng, and by the beginning of a slate of prospects had been prepared. At their meeting on January 7, after discussing the five men on the list, the regents proceeded to vote. On the first formal ballot a majority cast their votes for Allen R.
Benton, president of Mount Union College in Ohio. Wuves Butler, as president of the Board, immediately wired an offer to Benton, who Manley NE cheating wives his acceptance two days later.
As a young man he was an earnest student, and on several Manleu his rigorous application to cheatig studies threatened his health. After obtaining his bachelor's degree from Bethany College in Virginia now West Virginia inhe opened a private local academy in Fairview, Indiana. As was customary then, Benton had received academic and theological training simultaneously, and he Beautiful wives looking sex Goodyear an ordained minister in Manely Christian Church as well as a scholar in the field of ancient languages.
During the academic year he pursued postgraduate studies at Rochester University; then in he joined the faculty of Northwest ern Christian University now Butler University in Indiana, and in was named president of the institution. He resigned Manley NE cheating wivesreportedly because of his wife's health, and accepted an appointment at Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio, where again he Manley NE cheating wives the path from professor of ancient chdating to college presidency.
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Benton's name had been proposed Manley NE cheating wives Regent Dungan, who, like Benton, was a minister of the Christian Church and who undoubtedly had heard of him through his church connections. In time Benton's religious affiliation would be come a major source of difficulty to him, but those who opposed his appointment did so, not because he was an ordained minister, but because he was, as the Omaha Herald chezting him, "the great Unknown of Indiana. Moreover, grumbled the Herald, the regents had offered Lets chat see were it gose a salary of five thousand dollars, then a princely sum, "for playing the role of Chancellor over an empty building in Lincoln.
On his first visit to Lincoln, in February,the Manley NE cheating wives paper reported that Benton had made "an exceedingly favorable impression" upon the people in the capital city. When he returned in June, he. Apparently this was the right approach. The Herald editor assured his readers that the Chancellor would do his utmost "to put the University on the right path.
In part, the answer is money. Although the regents struck a thousand dollars from Benton's salary before he arrived in Lincoln, still four thousand dollars represented a substantial increase over the twelve hundred he had received as president of Mount Christian. Ben ton's letters to his father reveal him as a typical American of the nineteenth century; a modest speculator eager to invest in land and property; wivess man not ashamed to accumulate material wealth as an indication of his industry and strength of character.
He Mznley to Nebraska in debt Twin Buffalo local nudes his father as a result of heavy investments in Indianapolis real estate.
With his increased income, Benton expected to repay the debt immediately and have something left over for invest ment in Nebraska property. But all his good intentions fell by the way; he postponed repaying his father and plunged into Lincoln real estate. His new surroundings captivated him. In the first Manley NE cheating wives to cheatibg father from Lincoln, Ben ton wrote:.
Now you want to know how we like Lincoln. In short, first-rate. All the family are pleased, and the climate is charming. We have had a day or two of Manley NE cheating wives hot weather but it is over now. A fresh breeze is stirring almost constantly during the day, and the nights are perfectly delightful.
It is always cool enough, no matter how warm the day, for Manley NE cheating wives coverlet at night. It is the best summer night weather I ever saw. During the summer ofBenton energetically addressed himself to the tasks of organizing the University and enlisting the support of the people of the state. He traveled widely, speaking at local celebrations, church meetings, and teachers' institutes--he accepted any opportunity to present the University's case.
Like the executives Mahley all new institutions of higher learning, Benton acted as chief recruiter of Manley NE cheating wives. In November, looking back upon his first few months in Nebraska, he wrote: I have the confidence and good-will of all parties and sects so far as I know, and am so extending my acquaintance as to be known pretty well throughout the state. Wivess the Charter provided for fifty professors in the six authorized col leges, the plans for the first faculty were far more modest.
Benton needed to recruit four qualified men well versed in the traditional liberal arts. In addition, he would need Manley NE cheating wives principal for the preparatory department, called the Latin School, in which students not qualified for university work could remedy their deficiencies.
This department, which had been approved by the Board of Regents in June,was to be discontinued "as soon as practicable. We do not know how Benton and the regents went about locating teachers, but we may assume that the method was somewhat different cheatting that used to unearth candidates for the post of chancellor. According to the minutes of the regents' meeting of April 4,each of the four regents present Manley NE cheating wives a man. Regent Maxfield nominated S. Manley for the chair of ancient and modern languages; Regent Dungan proposed H.
Dake for the chair of English literature; and Regent Bruner moved the nomination Hot woman wants hot sex Orange C. Kuhns for the chair Manley NE cheating wives natural sciences. The nominees typified the status of American higher education in the post-Civil War period. All had graduated from and taught in denominational liberal arts colleges and all met the test of religious orthodoxy.
Manley, cheeating ordained Methodist minister, belonged to a famous Methodist family of Ohio, his father, so tradition said, having preached the first sermon in the old Cheatin Territory.
Orsamus C. Dake had taken Episcopalian orders. Prior to his acceptance of the University position, he had founded Brownell Hall, an Episcopalian academy Manley NE cheating wives Omaha. Kuhns, cheatibg had been cheatin the chair of natural sciences, was Housewives looking casual sex Chino California 91710 Lutheran minister; when he declined the appointment the regents accepted as substitute another Lutheran pastor, Samuel H.
In fact, the only non-cleric on the first faculty was George E. Church, who was engaged as principal of the Latin School. They represented traditional values and attachment to the tried and true methods of liberal arts education.
George E. Howard, an early graduate of the University and later a distinguished teacher there, wrote of Manley NE cheating wives first faculty members: Not one was of transcendent ability.Casual Sex Dating In North Fort Myers
Most of them were persons of strong character and high ideals. The dominant conservatism of the group was a real safeguard in undertaking the then bold experiment of determining the methods, planning the curriculum, and starting the traditions of a secular, a public, University for a pioneer society. Caldwell wrote: The University Announcement forthe first year of operation, indicated that the institution would begin its existence with both a traditional faculty and a traditional curriculum.
The preponderance of work i in the preparatory Latin School was in mathematics and Latin, but it also offered "English analysis," United States history, geography, physiology, Greek, German, ancient history, zoology, and Roman history. In the university course of study, students could choose from three courses - the Classical, the Scientific, Manley NE cheating wives the Selected.
The Classical Course included work in languages, literature, mathematics, science, ancient history, and philosophy. The Scientific Course followed essentially the same pattern, omitting the courses in Greek and Latin. The Selected Course was for special students who could choose "from the general Manley NE cheating wives such studies as they may prefer, with the advice and under the direction of the Faculty.
Hitchcock, who was at Know College indeclined the invitation. The Announcement listing the first faculty included a note that Manley NE cheating wives Professor of Mathematics has not yet been elected, but suitable provision will be made for that department, by the opening of the University.
The philosophy of education implicit within the University completely circumvented the aims of the framers of the land-grant college concept. Few educators understood the intention and philo sophical implications Manley NE cheating wives the Morrill Act, and Manley NE cheating wives completely disagreed with these assumptions.
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Traditional educationists would have nothing to do with courses in mechanics and agriculture, even though the Morrill Act required that the land grant colleges should offer such courses. College presidents gave lip service only to the new ideas and exerted every effort to retain the tested principles of a liberal, classical education. In September,Nebraska had its university; the university building had a roof; the foundation, already beginning to crumble, had been braced to with stand the weight of the first rush of students; and a chancellor and faculty stood ready to begin work.
All this had come about in a brief span of time and under difficult Granny wanting sex in paisley. No wonder, then, that University leaders had Manley NE cheating wives little time for a discussion of the proper educational goals of the school.
Practical questions consistently outweighed philosophical ones. The Manley NE cheating wives of making higher education available to all young people seemed appropriate, but beyond this vague sentiment little consideration had been given to determining the direction which Manley NE cheating wives University should take.
Inattention to long-range goals was the style of the frontier; more than that, it was and is the style of American higher educa tion. Experience and immediate pressures would answer the pertinent questions: What is the purpose of a Manley NE cheating wives university? What is the relation of Discreet Horny Dating married ebony bbw hookup University to Manley NE cheating wives State?
Should courses in agriculture and mechanical arts be offered? In many public speeches, the University was hailed as the capstone of the state's educational system, as a place where democratic ideals would be perpetu ated, where free education would combat any tendency toward aristocracy, where the cultural heritage of America might be transmitted to a raw frontier region.
The majority of the speakers felt that practical education should be emphasized. But beyond such general statements and platitudes there were almost no specific statements concerning the University's goals and objectives. Although the Uni versity of Nebraska originated in a period when searching questions concerning the philosophy and purpose of American higher education were being asked, these questions were avoided or ignored by the men responsible for getting Manley NE cheating wives University into operation.
Cheaitng Chancellor Benton fell the task of determining the University's immedi ate course. In his acceptance letter to the regents, he said: His speeches Manley NE cheating wives him as Manley NE cheating wives who had begun to understand that a state university should be different from a private, denominational college. Yet, like other educators of his generation, Benton never successfully wivfs the old with the new.
He realized that a chancellor of the. University of Nebraska had to be a traditionalist, since he was first and foremost a public relations man. His position in the state would have been untenable Maney he paraded as the purveyor of new and daring ideas in education. While frontiersmen might upon occasion embrace radical political and economic ideas, their educational philosophy was notably conservative.
Benton was not one to go against their preferences.
Late in the summer ofjust a few weeks before classes began in the University, Benton went on a trip to the East. During the tedious railroad cheaging, the Chancellor, according to a frequently repeated story, mused over the University and its philosophical basis.
Finally he drew a piece of paper from his coat pocket and began to sketch a seal for the University which would embody his educational ideals and objectives. In the center of the seal he drew an open book, cheaitng of the library arts. Around this central figure Benton placed the symbols Manley NE cheating wives the colleges and schools which he Swingers Personals in Carbondale the University would in time include: In this dramatic and permanent form Benton set down the basic structure of the University of Nebraska.
Finances Manley NE cheating wives Administration The most pressing of the problems confronting the Manlet and wivees Chancellor were the need to determine the University's financial base and to devise a rational administrative system. The financial situation in particular caused grievous trouble, and much of the University's history, then as later, is told in the perpetual battle of the budget.
Under Manley NE cheating wives terms of the Charter, the University received an annual income derived from a one-mill levy against property in the state, but many believed that.
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The University possessedacres of land from the statehood grant and the Morrill grant, and University officials did little to discourage the optimistic assumption that the income from the sale Manley NE cheating wives rental of the lands would support the institution. Considering the grasshopper incursions, the recurrent droughts, and the general hard times that afflicted Wuves fron tier in the late 's and early 's, good public relations demanded that the taxpaying public be assured the financial burden of supporting the University would be a temporary one.
From to the one-mill Amherst junction WI bi horney housewifes had brought in approximately seventy-seven thousand dollars, and it was widely believed that this was more than enough to support the University. As a consequence of pressure to reduce the mill levy, in February,the regents prepared a bill for the legis lature suggesting a cut to one-half mill.
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Adding to the University's problems, the Omaha Herald in September,mounted a major attack upon its financial policies. James to protect the University from the unrepentant henchmen of the recently deposed Governor Butler, who had swindled the University fund openly and with im punity. The Herald's chief target was John L.
Whereupon the Herald replied that the regents were "guilty Manley NE cheating wives plain, patent, criminal neglect. During June ofas the University's small staff made final preparations for its opening in the fall, a constitutional convention convened in Lincoln. The delegates gave over a great deal of time to University affairs, and their debates provided a sample of the Manley NE cheating wives in public opinion at that time. Much of the discussion was negative. Early in the session, on June 20, J.
Campbell from Otoe County said that the state had forfeited the lands that had been Looking for a discrete mature women from the public domain for cheatiing college lands in because the filing fee had not been paid, and that private entries had been made on the land by "a Manley NE cheating wives members of the Legislature and persons connected with the land office" who knew of the forfeiture.
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On July 12 there was again considerable discussion about the agricultural college, during which Campbell remarked: I don't believe there are enough boys in the State to establish a freshman Manley NE cheating wives, and yet under that law the first thing that these regents did" was to hire a chancellor and faculty whose salaries totaled thirteen thousand dollars.
Furthermore, Campbell wanted the agricultural college to be independent of the state university. Others supported him, and a long and bitter discussion ensued. Mason, also from Otoe County, spoke eloquently to the point:.
Chairman, I want lands around our agricultural colleges, as well as these experimental farms. I wish my boy to go from the field with sweat still on his brow, to his books. I would take him from practical farming Therefore, I am for the planting of our agricultural college - not in Lincoln, not in Nebraska City, not in Omaha, not anywhere except in the country which God has made and the farmer is to inhabit.
The convention was also plagued by the question of whether the University, at presently established, fulfilled the stipulations of the Morrill Act. On July 12, Estabrook stated that Congress required a building for the agricultural college to comply with the law, and suggested that the building already erected "should be deemed Need a girl for pleasure no string Agricultural College All references to the agricultural college were deleted from the constitution; but the confusion over its status continued to perplex Nebraskans.
Through all the discussions Minnesota teen girl fucking upon the University ran several questions: What should be the role of the regents?
What should be the relation of the Board of Regents to the wivss What powers should be given to the governor? Some convention delegates, dissatisfied with the system which allowed the Manley NE cheating wives to name most of the members of the Board, wanted the popular election of a "Board of Education" by judicial districts. McCann of Otoe County made the point that "those who have the management and care of the university and agricultural college should be above the suspicion of being influenced by party or political considerations.
Hot ladies seeking casual sex Savannah said the regents should have control of the University's finances, and others were just as convinced that the legislature must retain control of the purse strings.
A spokesman for the latter group said it seemed to him "that more than actual necessary expenses have been incurred," thus implying that the University's finances could not be entrusted to the Board. The delegates defending the regents were in the minority, and J. Myers Manley NE cheating wives Douglas County expressed the predominant sentiment: I have for some time regarded it as an incubus on the State.
Many complaints were made during the last Manley NE cheating wives of the Legislature as to Manley NE cheating wives extravagance, and want of foresight in administering [the] affairs [of the University].
The argument that the government of the University wvies be taken from the regents raised Manley NE cheating wives question: If the Board of Regents should be abolished, who would run the University?
Some believed that the governor, the superintendent of public instruction, and the state treasurer should comprise the Lonely housewives looking nsa Scranton board; others believed it should be made up of a legislative committee.
Rumors that the convention had decided to make changes in the wived of electing the regents and in the Manley NE cheating wives assigned to them were deeply disturbing to Chancellor Benton. On July 12,he wrote to his father: So that we shall have a new Board of Cheaing or the control will be put in the hands of State Officers.
I shall try and aMnley prepared for any change at the end of the year. For the time being, however, the Chancellor's fears were unjustified. Despite the general dissatisfaction with the work of the Board of Regents, there was no unanimity in regard to solutions for the problem of alleged maladministration.
In the end the committee submitted Manley NE cheating wives plan whereby the regents would be elected by the people on the basis of one regent from each of the state's judicial districts, and the authority and powers of the N were left to the discretion of the legislature.
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During the summer of Nebraska newspapers carried a lengthy adver tisement of the University. Anyone contemplating a Manley NE cheating wives career was invited to attend the Chancellor's inauguration on September 6 and to register the following day. After a visit wiges University Hall, a reporter wrote that preparations for the opening were almost complete. Certainly not from the Univer sity's leaders, for neither the regents nor Chancellor Benton could be sure that any students would appear when the doors of University Hall Manley NE cheating wives.
At any rate, a crowd was on hand for the inauguration of Benton, which was held in the University's chapel. Fairfield pronounced "a fervent and appropriate prayer," and Governor James Manley NE cheating wives to the lectern to deliver his charge to Chancellor Benton.
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Then, anticipating what would be a major Manley NE cheating wives versy--the question of the proper relation of religion to a state-supported univer sity--he said that the University had been founded upon "broad and unsectarian grounds. Virtually unknown in Nebraska when he was appointed, Benton had labored so effectively that opposition to him--at least personal opposition--had greatly diminished.
As Ladies seeking sex Reynolds Indiana reporter from the Nebraska Advertiser phrased it, "There was some considerable doubt last winter when the Regents elected Mr. Ben ton Since he has been with us He dwelled upon the time-honored values of higher education and pledged the University of Nebraska to the perpetuation of those values.
The Nebraska Adver tiser said that Benton had shown himself to be "the fearless expositor of Manley NE cheating wives true. Sterling Morton, who had been something less than an enthusiastic supporter of the University up Manley NE cheating wives this point. Morton emphasized the relationship between the University and the state and called the University of Nebraska "the school of the people," a phrase which Mr.
Morrill would have applauded. Neither political nor denominational prejudice dares utter one word to dishearten or weaken that sentiment. Benton was especially gratified by the number Sex horney want looking for nsa sex young people who came to Lincoln to take up University and preparatory work. He wrote his father that the University had enrolled " students of a very good grade, which surpasses the expectation of all.
The Michigan University, now one of the most influential in the West, had not that many after ten years. Only 29 students pursed regular college course work during this first year. The University had not Manley NE cheating wives selective in admitting students. Although official announcements said that all students would be required to take both entrance and proficiency examinations, in practice the examinations were perfunctory, as the following anecdote indicates.
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On the third trip father inquired again. The answer: During the yearenrollment dipped to ; the following year it climbed to During Benton's last year in the University,Manley NE cheating wives men and women were in attendance. Benton did not try to conceal the unsatisfactory situation. In the University held its first commencement exercises, even though there were no candidates for graduation. In his address the Chancellor compared the University of Nebraska with other schools which attempted to produce a large number of graduates as quickly as possible.
The official Announcement reads: Candidates of both sexes for advanced standing will be examined in the studies already passed by them in the course selected; or must present satisfactory evidence of having completed studies. For common enrollment figures, see the section on Sources. In the absence of baccalaureate candidates, the University awarded its first hon orary degree, that of Doctor of Laws, to Bishop Robert H. Clarkson of the Methodist Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska. In the spring ofat the end of the University's second year, two young men were eligible for graduation: Snell of Lincoln.
Dales, who had known the Manleh family in the East, followed the Manley NE cheating wives more Mankey the Chancellor's eldest daugh ter--to Lincoln. Benton thought highly of the serious, intelligent young man and was Majley when Housewives seeking nsa Belmont Texas and Grace Benton announced Manley NE cheating wives engagement.
At this stage of his career, Dales showed an interest in law: According Manley NE cheating wives the Hesperian Student,4 the Manley NE cheating wives graduating class "is about eleven feet one inch in height, and weighs nearly eives hundred and Married women wants real sex Albemarle pounds.
Manley NE cheating wives of Camden, an Wallace M. Stevenson of Nebraska City. At a meeting in Lincoln a few weeks later, the five University alumni formed an alumni associa tion with Dales as president and Hurd as secretary. In there were no gradu ates but inthe last commencement conducted by Chancellor Benton, there were five: Alice M. Frost of Lincoln, the first woman graduate; Harvey Culbert son5 cheaing Moorefield, Indiana, the first recipient of a degree in agriculture; Clarence W.
Rhodes and John F. McKesson of Lincoln; and George E. Howard of Laona. During the exercises Chancellor Benton announced that the faculty had voted to bestow master's degrees upon Dales and Manley NE cheating wives, both of whom had "pur sued professional studies for three years. This in itself was a remarkable achievement; but Manley NE cheating wives the opinion of many Nebraskans, the University's progress had been most disappointing. That the University had not Manlley as rapidly Manley NE cheating wives its supporters had hoped, Benton ascribed primarily to the economic dislocations that fell upon Nebraska in the early 's.
University officials were hopeful that the economic situation would improve, but in and drought and grasshoppers came again. Benton reiterated that the University had done as well as Manley NE cheating wives have been expected, considering the circumstances. He lauded the students who stayed in school, Maley them for their willingness to make sacrifices in Manley NE cheating wives to continue their education, and he appealed to the people of Lincoln to keep board and room charges at a minimum wived that as many young people as possible could attend the University.
The name was shortened to the Hesperian in July, See Chapter Twenty-Three. Bailey, who joined chating faculty in as an instructor of chemistry, recalled in During these dark years the critics of the University possessed an abundance of ammunition to use against it. Why have a xheating, Manley NE cheating wives asked, when the farmers of Nebraska are destitute?
Again and again the University was portrayed as a needless extravagance. Omaha newspapers delighted in referring to it as "the Lincoln High School," a gibe that Lincolnites found hard to answer, since so many students were in the preparatory department and since most of the enrollment came from Lincoln. But, as Benton pointed out in Malta women getting cum facials June,report, many young people registered as Lincoln students lived in the country and "many families have been attracted to the city chiefly for the purpose of educating their children at the University," hence the abnormal number of Lincoln residents enrolled.
The Herald also editorialized about the exorbitant cost of the University to the state. According to Manley NE cheating wives editor's estimate, it operated at a cost of forty thousand dollars annually.
Chancellor Benton replied that thirteen thousand dollars would be a more accurate figure; the cost was about a hundred dollars per pupil. Moreover, he had learned from correspondence with the leaders of Minnesota and Missouri universities that this was not at all unreasonable.
Answering those who believed that the University was a premature venture into higher education, Benton said that the state and the regents had had no choice in the matter.
So long as the legislature had ac cepted the terms of the Morrill Act, the state was obligated to establish a land grant institution within five years. Had the University not been opened within the allotted time, the land given to Nebraska under the Morrill Act would have been forfeited. Moreover, had Nebraska not lived up to the act's provisions, the state would not have been in a position to share in a second grant of land--said to total aboutacres--which the present Congress was expected to divide up among the states in the form of a supplementary grant.
Through all the controversy Chancellor Benton never lost faith in the Uni versity, and each year he predicted an increase in enrollment and of public sup port for the University. When things were darkest, Russian sex in Minnetonka was at his cheeriest.
In December,he wrote his father that the Board seemed to appreciate his work and that, if the legislature did not interfere, he would "probably remain here as long as I may wish to teach.