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THE DAILY NEBRSKANi
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k flttrapftper deroteu to tun Interest of the
University of Nebra ska.
fnbllshea at 134 North 11th Bt., by
THE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crabtree, Proaldent.
0, L. TownOiSeorotnrr'TroBsarBr.
J. I. Wyor, T. J. Howott, K. W. Washburn.
BtbrUho II .McCatt .
- Athletic Editor
R. 0. Pollard, Clifton Carter,
Norrla Hose, R. T. Hill,
J. R. Farney, Cliff Crooks.
John A. Wilson, Linn M. Huntington.
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braskan, 131 N. 11th 8t Lincoln, Nebraska.
Entoroil ut tho poHt ofllco at L'ncoln. Nob.,
us Hocond class mull niuttor.
As tho, season opoos there ia mani
fest unuBiial Intorcsb In basket ball
by the young lndy athletos or tbo
University. It Is to our oredlt that
suc'li a stato of affairs and suoh senti
ment is prcsont in tho university.
LaBt yoar we bad u winning team and
tho Indications aro that this yoar we
will Unvo lust as yood n team as last
Members of last years team in
eastern schools say that girls basket
ball as playoa thcro is very slow, and
not as oxcltlng and sucoossrul In
plain solontllio plaving as horo.
Jo doubt Ramos In addition to tho
Missouri oontast next Saturday will
bo arrangod at no distant date at
which the playing capabilities of tho
young ladles will bo shown. Tho
Univorslty should pay thorn all atten
tion possible ann give as much sup
port and taKO as much Interest In
thorn as In any other branch of col
Tnc need of an enlargmont of the
campiis IS bnTrJKfoltrTrroTO-Trnd monr
as each yoar, the number of studonbs
increases. A now parade ground for
tho battalions and larger grounds for
athletics, particularly foot-ball is
badly needed. A larger appropria
tion and more of it usea In this di
rection woulu greatly help In tho
building up and beautifying of our
Law School of tho Tcmplo College is
also opon to women
The first woman to bo admitted to
tbo rniladolplila ,or Pennsylvania
Bars tho first to onter tbo law De
partment of tho University of Penn
sylvania as woil as tbo first woman to
graduato tbcofrrora was Mrsv Carrlo
U. Kllgoro. Sbo was graduated with
tho class of '80 and was admitted to
tho Oar aftor a bard and persistent
fight boforo tho Judges of tho
bupromo Court of Pennsylvania and
tho looal courts of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Kllgoro is at present practising
actively In tho Philadelphia Courts.
It was not until ton yoarB after this
that anothor woman registered at
tho Pennsylvania Law School. This
was Miss Isabel Darllgton a graduato
of Wolsley, residing at West Chester,
Fa. Sho was graduated with hone
with tho class of '07, reoolvlng the
highest number of distentions in tho
class. This brilliant young woman,
liko her predecessor, had to overcome
many obstacles before sho wa admit
ted to tho local Bar of her county,
and only succeeded aftor a bitter and
prolonged contest. Two others have
since graduated from the Law School.
Theso wero Miss Diana Hlrschlor,
who is at present succcssullv praotlc
In in Boston, Mass.; and Mrs. Mar
Rarott Center Klingelsmith. who was
admitted to the Philadeplhla Bar.
and who uow has tho unique dis
tinction of being tbo ony woman law
librarian in tho country, sho havlnc
been appointed librarian of tho Bid
dlo Law Library of tho Univorslty
soon after irraduatlon. Both of theso
womon graduated with the class of
Although no women have boeu
graduated since 181)8, a number of
women have registered sinco that
timo as regular and nlsr, as special
students, and tho co-ed at Bonn's
Law School has now become a per
manent tixturo. Tl'ero are at present
scvon regularly registered women
law students at the", University Tho
largest number which has over ap
pealed upon tho rolls of tbo Depart
ment. All of theso are in attenpancc
daily and are doin woll the work as
signed to them in tneir respect vo
olasscs. Tho scholastic standing of
tho womon students and the standard
of preparatory edouatlon which each
possesses is equal to that of their fol-
low studonts, ono having graduated
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