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The Daily Nebraskan
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in the fhturTTA!rtlil81ant-clilHrif1
IholliBiWvof Itfl-flUpporU bo may-A
reach the uomo of our highest hopes'
and laudablo ambitions.
The ivy poem was read by Miss
Louise Van CampiPrealdont &won
Bon then planted thMvy.
After the ceremonloYwero over the
presentation of Dean Barren's picture
took place in thoJibrary Mr. T. J.
Hewitt, on behalf of the
sented the picture to the
TueBday evening at the commenciv
mont concert the University Chorus
rendered the oratorio ''St. Paul," by
The solo parts wore
rs. Robert Holyoke as
(molds as con-
tloh by the chorus class of a bouquet
of American Beauty roses to Mrs.
Raymond as an expression of their ad
miration and appreciation of her work.
CADET OFFICERS RECEIVE
The officers of the cadet battalion
at their graduation will receive com
missions as retired officers of the na
tional, guard. The following is a list of
those who will be thus commissioned
by the state: Captains, H. A. Tukey,
G. W. Barnes, H. J. Kllnge, and J. F.
Langer. First lieutenant - and adju
tant, R. A. Dram. First lieutenants,
T. J. Hewitt, A. M. Hull, W. R. Mc
Qeachln, and C. H. Abbott. Second
lieutenants, L. B. Stuhr, Elmer Berry,
A. A. McMaster, Addlph Shane.
Registration for the summer school
will begin Friday--morningr-ClasB
work will begin Monday mornUfg. The
session will continue for six weeks,
closing July 26. Ten departments will
offer work for which redit will be
given by the university? They are the
departments of education, English lan
guage and literature, European his
tory, Germanic languages, Latin, math
ematics, physics, philosophy, romance
languages and zoology.
The Lancaster County Teachers' In
stitute will be in session during the
second and-third weeks of the sum
mer session. This will bring a num
ber of well known specialists in the
educational line to tho university, and
will enable those summer school stu
dents who are teachers to come In con
tact with men who are leaders in their
. The Society of Collegiate Alumnae
met Wednesday afternoon at the homo
of Miss Helen Harwood. The program
was as follows j
. "School Life at Oxford.'LMrsW. G.
"University Life at Berlin," Miss
May-Ghamberlalir: ' J '
"Experiences at Heidelberg' Miss
VThe Educational Features of Ox
ford," MIbb Mary Tremaln.
The election of officers resulted as
follows: President Mrs. H. H. Wil
son; vlce-presidont, Mrs. Duncan; secretary-treasurer,
There will be a meeting oMhe mom-d
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hers of tho faculty and those inter
ested in the college settlement this
afternoon at 4 p. m, at Professqir .
Qaldwell's residence; 611 Nortji icti
street The meeting will bo or te"
qlection of a faculty member of the
I board.. dtontrol and to hoar reports
.of the year's wo!
and prospects for
Collections for thexraising of funds
for the new college sotiloment build
ingf are still going on, and it is confi
dently expected by those wlrt have the
mattor In charge that a building will
be completed by the opening of school
next year on their site" at 20th-anM N
streets. This -wJlL greatly facilitate
the work ior.next year.
The annual reunion ,of the clasB of
'98 was held Tjiesday..at tho-home of
Miss Wilkinson. Twenty-eight mem
bers of the clasB were present Lunc'a
kwas served at iz:3U. mvtne alter
noon the regular meeting of the class
was held, and the following officers
wereelectod : President, Miss Jean
TuttleK vice-presidents Harry Evans;
permanent secretary-treasurer, Miss
Frances Gere; sergeant-at-arms, Miss
The class of1891 held a luncheon
vRnd class reunion at the home of Miss
Anira Rogers. Letters of regret from
absent members were received and
road. The following officers were
chosen for next year: President, Miss
Anna Rogers; secretary-treasurer, F.
E. Bishop; corresponding secretary,
Miss Rosa Bouton; chairman of social
committee, R. O. Williams.
The class of '96 were given a
luncheon Tuesday at the Lindell. The
time was spent in exchanging remi
niscences. Letters wer& read from a
number of the clasB who could not be
present. .-Miss Compton was phosen
secretary; the only class officer
The other classes held reunions as
follows: On Wednesday the class of
;05 at 210 So. 28th street. The class
of '99 at 3 p. m. at Miss Emily Weeks,'
ffrST' HBtreet. 1900 at the homo "f
Miss Gladys Henry, 1945 G street
1897 in Union Hall a.t 2:3(Lp..,m.
The class of '89 will meet this after
noon at 6:30 at the home of Judge Lin
coln Frost, east of thetlty.
8ENIOR8 WHO WILL TEACH.
Below is a list of some of thp mem
bers of the graduating class who
have pro.cured positions in schools in
this and adjoining states:
Tftargaret Davis, principal of the
high school. Fairmont. Itena Chappel,
primary department at St PauL . 1L
M. Graham, principal of the high
school at South Omaha. Orma Hull,
English, Hastings' high school. Wm.
P. Snyder, principal of school near
Florence, Colo. S. H. Thompson,
principal high school, St. Paul. Jo
sephine Balsley, English, Spokane
high school. Bessie Butler, Superior
Cozad. A. H. Staley, super
intendent schools at Friend. Emma
Neldhart, history, Lo Mars, Iowa,
high school.. L. J. Marsh, history,
Crete high school. Edith Heusel,
assistant, principal, 4 Albion. W. L
Hunting, superintendent of schools
Qillpwa, J .-i
Xocal ant pergonal
U.-of iL-plns at tho Co-Op.
Fine sterling silver university plna
at the Co-Op.
Mr. and Mrs. -Aj J. Sawyer enter
tained n honor of PI Beta Phi at
tjielKr home' on South 17th street on
.-ArA Oilman. 'DS, fwfduated Ihh
YjljxgSrpm the Philadelphia Divinity
Bqnooi. ho wm nave cnarge oi me
Episcopal church at Dixon, Wyo. i
Tho Co-Op. has purchased tho stock
of "socond'hffffd bookB of tho last yoar'9
university book storo and will sell a
Jaro portion of tho stock at throo-
fourths of tho list prico.
Miss Orma, L. Hull, '01, has recently
accepted thd position t)f English
teacher In the Hastings high school.
Geo. Monroe, a former Btudont at tho
university, and at present pastor of tho
Congregational church at Columbus,
kis visiting tho university this wook.
J. F. Langer left Tuesday for West
Pofnt. Ho will take tho oxaminatlou
for admission to tho U. S. military
Miss Edna Bullock, '89, Ib at homo
for commencement Sho will roturn
to her work in tho stale library at
Des Moines next- week.
The baseball teamplayod two games
with the Falrbury team at Fairbury
on Monday and Tuesday Both games
resulted in victories for the univorBity
team by scores of 6 to 0 andvrB b 3.
A. A. Monroe, '84, takes his doc
tor's degree in economics at thoUnI
versity of Wisconsin this spring. He
has a position in the public schools
of Now York City next year.
Miss Mary L. Jonesr '98, librarian
of Los Angeles, Cal., public library,
spent several days In Lincoln laBt
week. She has gone east to attend
the meeting of the American Library
Mr. N. M. Graham of the senior
class was elected principal of the
South Omaha high school last Mon
day evening. Ho Intends to spend the
summer in Institute work in Greeley,
Saline, Clay, and Dundy countieB. '
Adam McMullen, '96, was recently
married in Alexandria, D. C, to Miss
Cora Qreenwood of Wymoro, Neb. Mr.
McMullen was for Borne time a news-
pnpqp---rirrgEpmwrnrt in Washington,
but now has a position as clerk in tho
Robert L. Marsh, '84, who delivered
tho alumni address Wednesday is as
sociate pastor of the First Congrega
tional church at Burlington, Iowa. i
went there as the successor of Prof.
.Geo. Herron, who has recently gained
considerable notoriety on account of
his radical views on matters pertain
Inc to religlon-and-politics.
Dr. Alfred O. Peterson, '9.6, and Miss
Eva Newbie Bolshaw wijre marrieiL
TueBday at the homo of the bride's
parents in this city. Tho ceremony
was followed by a reception from 2
to 4 p. m. Dr. Peterson is a graduate
of the Omaha Medical College and Is
now practicing medicine in Omaha.
They will bo at home at 2626 Parker
street, after July 16.
-WrW. Cook, Who Was 'recently
choseninstructor in the department
of American history and Jurisprudence;
will have charge of tho classes in con
stitutional law, constitutional histdry,
and administrative law Jiext year. Mr,
Cook is eminently fitted for this work.
He was graduated in "'96 from Colum-
-bla univorBltyLmirt hatrBpftnttKh'asfc
six years doing graduate Work. Two
years of this time was spent In tho
universities of Europe dnd four "years
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all the time, but tbatto-ww
we're here for. .Our business bas kept oa
growing because we've been particular .that
every bottle, ever package, every proceaa of
compounding or manufacture, should be
clean and seat
Perhaps it is cloudy when it shoald be clear'
in appearance. That sometimes happens
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your Institute and Summer
School work Note Books and.
Paper, Fountain Pens and Sup
plies of all kinds. See our
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1123 O Street
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Phone 896. 129 North 11th Street
Lincoln, Neb. .
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