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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
1 rwipapor doroted to the Interest! of the
Unlferslly tf Nobra sUa.
Published nt 131 North 11th St., bj
THE UESPKUIAN PUB. CO.
J. W. Crabtree, President.
Q. L. Towns, Seorotary-Treasnrer.
JJ. Wyor, T. J. Uewett, K. W. Washbur.
A CONSOLIDATION i)V
The Ilenporlitii Vol. XXXI
Tho NehniHkiin Vol XI
The Hmrlet mid Croiim Vol III
Hturllnu II. McCuw,
K. W. llarl)or.
UhiiM I. Tiiylor I
OhiiM. K. Wells f
K. T. Hill.
v c HuUh. H. A. McNown. II. O. Nelson.
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Address all communications to the Daily Ne
bvaakan, 184 N. ink Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
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THE TORONTO CONVENTION.
Few events In Hfcudcnt llfo equal
In Importance the coming convention
nt Toronto, Canada. Coming once in
four years these conventions mark an
event, ol exceedingly groat importance
In tho college career of every student.
Tho Student Volunteer Movement
has grown 10 such a magnitude that
its conventions mark tho assembling
of a larger number of college men
and women than does any other or
ganization, religious or secular. The
Toronto convention will bnn,! to
gether representatives from over four
hurdiOd institutions of higher learn
ing In tho United States and Canada.
Moreover representatives of mission
ary work will be present from nearlv
ovcry field of foreign missionary activi
tv. Such a meeting of representatives
of studont llfo with those who arc
recogni.en leaders In all forms of
missionary enterprise cannot out
bring tins vital question more clearly
before the studet life of America.
The great missionary leaders of the
past have been students and It Is a
significant Tact that the most ration
al and enthusiastic propagation of
missionary Intelligence Is now carried
on by students. The relation of the
student to foreign missionary enter
prise will be tho theme 01 the Toron
to convention. No institution can
alford not to bo represented at such
can wear our Shoos until the cobbler is unable
to find places to tack new soles on, and the
uppers will still be in good shape. We are
having a special sale now. It will pay you to
PERKINS & SHELDON,
1129 0 STREET.
It would be showing the proper
spirit ir all tho literary societies
would do as one has done adiourn
tonight in order that the members
might attond the preliminary debate.
Tho debates need tho ethusiastic
support of all students alike- in order
to mako them a success. No meetings
should be held of any kind which
would tend to lessen the attendance
at these contests which need financial
as well as moral support.
The various class hasKethall teams
are turning out for practice and more
or loss class spirit is manifested
among the students. Hut as lias
frequently been noted in these col
umns thero is not enough feeling
present during tho class contests to
mako them really interesting. Last
year tho class championship mime
wa playod in ttie presence of about
a dozen spectators. There ought to
have been two or three hundred.
Tins year a movement is on foot to
have tho gamosintho evening. This
is a step in tho right dlroction.
Tno next stop is to got the classes
nut ana got them enthusod to tho
point of supporting their reepective
teamB by an efficient system of rootiDg.
If this could bo done it would make
progress in tho direction of moro genor
al university spirit.
The Installment "Tailor.
115 North 11th.
THE CHAUTAUQUA CUUKSE.
It Is to be noted that the number
of summer schools is increasing every
year, and that last vcar one hundred
and twenty summer Assemblies,
modeled more or less closely on the
Chautauqua plan, were held in thirty
Ihtj states, with a attendance approxi
mating 1.000,000 people.
Chautauqua c'ocs not pretend to do
tho work of a university: It does not
claim to furnish ready-made educa
tion. It does proless to oe aoio to
give thoso who will tollow the regu
lar course of tho C. L. S. C. for four
years some tiling of that "College
Outlook" which better equips the
.ollego student for life-work than
his less forMinato fellow.
Tho generally plan offered may be
slated as: 1. A four year's course,
designed to give the "College Out
look." 2. Each year's courso dis
tinct from tho rest. :i. Forty-two
supplementary courses for special
students. 4. A monthly magazine
wicli readings notes, and programs.
.". A membership book with special
view questions. (. Individual
readers may pursue the entire course
alone. 7. Local circles of three or
more are recommended. 8. Twenty
minutes a day will cover the required
reading. 9. Expense, loss than tifteen
conts a week for rflne months. 10.
A diploma at tho end or tour-years
course. 11. Seals for written review
work tor extra reading.
The University Book Store
340 No. 11TH ST.
University Books and Supplies
OF I-VERY DESCRIPTION
"University Football Annual1' will be out about
Keb. 10th. Watch for it.
"THE SCARLET CREAM STORE.
Tenth and Pacific Streets,
The College offers a graded
course extending over four
The ad vantages and re
quirements of the college are
fully up to the requirements
of the present timcH, and the
conditions laid down by the
association of American Medi
cal Colleges, of which this
college is member. For in
According to tigures concerning tho
colleges and universities of tho Unit
ed States as published by tho'Now
York World for 1902, the University-!
of Michigan has tho distincion of
having the greatest number of living
graduates of any college or univorsity
In tho country. Michigan has l.V
000 living graduates: Harvard comes
next with 14,00(5, ana Yalo third
Finest of Toilets
First class Service
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