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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily toebraskan
A nowBpapor devoted to tho Interest
of tho University, of Nebraska.
Published at tho
Unlvornlty of Nobraska.
A consolidation of
THE HBSPERIANTVol. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, Vol. XII.
THE BOARLET & CREAM, Vol IV.
Entorcd at the poatofllco at Lincoln,
Nob., as second class mail matter .
Bubflcrirtlr Pric $2.00 pr rear.
Managing Editor. Robert T. Hill.
News Editor John F. Tobln.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
Postofllco Address, Station A, Box 13.
SENIORS AND OTHEES.
Seniors and other students,
who intend to teach next year,
should not fad to attend the
session of the
STATE TEACHERS' ASSO
CIATION, which will be held in Lincoln,
Deoembor 31, 1902, and
January 1 and 2, 1903.
Teachers come hundreds of
miles, from all parts of Ne
braska, to attend this meet
ing. Students intending to
teach, especially those who
have had no experience as
Need to Go Muoh More.
The program attractions
are particularly strong this
year. Here are a very few
of the features:
ProaidentH J. Q. Sohurman, Cornell
"Our Philippine Problem,"
and "The Place of Litera
ture in Education."
Sarah Louise Arnold. Boston.
' 'The Citizen and the School '
and "Reading and Lan
guage." Stato Superintendent N. 0. Sohaef
"Grades of Thinking, and
Thinking in the Grades,"
and "Does Education Pay. "
Dean Wilbur B. Jaokman, Chicago
"Nature Study, Adapted to a
Given Area. "
Prank R. Robinson. Traveler.
Illustrated Lecture "Im
perial India. "
Nebraska Art AsBooiation Exhibit.
Piee to Members of the
Teachers' Association from
Tuesday till Saturday.
An Enrollment Fee of $1.00 En-
titloB Ono to All the Privileges
of tho Association.
THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE,
For Complete Program.
The Week's Convocations.
The following is the convocation,
announcements for the week:
Wednesday Dr. Jones continues
discourse on the British Educational
Thursday II. II. Wilson, president's
Wednesday. December 17, Mr. Wil
lnms.' Has Congress Gono to its Limit
on the Trust Law.
Thursday, December 18, Dr. Write.
A Layman's Observation on the Politi
cal and, Social Condition of Europe.
A largo number of this year's sto,
dontfl will 1o next year toachorB, two
hundred or moro. Thoso who think of
teaching should bo snro to attend tho
HCHsions of tho Stato Tenohnrs' associa
tion during tho holidays. Even others
would bo well paid by tho attractive
program offered. But those who will
tench should not miss this opportunity
to get into the spirit of tho work in ad
vance. The Stato ToachorB' Association
is tho largest, most enthusiastic and
most successful meeting in tho stato.
2,(X)() teachers will be in attendance this
year. They get much more than the
worth of their money not alone from
tho program hut from ono another.
Students intending to teach should ar
range to bo in Lincoln on Dec. !)1 and
January' 1 and 2, to attend these meet
ings and meet, the school Kopli.
Singing in German.
The German department of the uni
versity is soon to initiate a plan that
promises to become very popular
among the students Interested in the
German language. The idea Is to or
ganize a singing class that will meet
onco each week to familiarize the stu
dents with the popular melodies and
folk-lore of Germany.
The plans are already well under
way, but the class will probably not be
able to meet until the first of the year,
because the collection of ballads that
will be made use of cannot be secured
before that time.
The proposition struck a popular
chord and over one hundred students
have already signified their Intention
of joining the class, which will prob
ably reach such numbers that It will
be necessary to make two divisions
The movement is entirely voluntary on
the part of both students and profes
sors, and no credit will be given for
the work accomplished. The class will
be under the management of Professors
Fossler and Grumann. but a musical
director will bo furnished to take
charge of the exercises. Any student
taking work in the department is eli
gible to join the class on the payment
of 25 cents to pay expenses. The de
partment proposes to use the songs In
tho dally classes and make the stu
dents thoroughly familiar with them
before they will be taken up In the
singing class. In this way the work
will be facilitated and every student
of German can at least become ac
quainted with the songs from which
many of our own popular airs have
The University Engineering Society
will hold a regular mooting Wednesday,
Miss Josephine Duras, who has been
ill so long with typhoid fever, is now
Miss May Belle Ilagenow played as
violinist at the Omaha Medical Society
reception hibt week.
Miss Mary Meeker will leave for
Yuma, Colo., next semoster to teach in
the Yuma high school.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Athletic board will take place In Dr.
Clapp's office next Monday evening.
All the votes for candidates for foot
ball captain must be in by the twelfth.
There are seventeen eligible oteiB.
IIou. Peter (Jfrossup of Chicago will
deliver a lecture on "Trusts, tho Next
Great Step in American Polities" in tho
Memorial hall Friday evening, Dec. 12.
This lecture is given under tho auspices
of tho law college. Admission free.
F. L. Goodwin, one of tho national
secretaries of tho T. M. C. A., dosireB to
meet tho leaders of the hiblo classes arid
all interested in bible study in tho 1f.
M. C. A. parlors at 4 four o'clock this
The chemistry department refined
the sample of syrup recently received
from the Sioux City Beet Sugar Fac
tory, and obtained a good product
fiom it. The product has been return
ed to the factor-, which ih highly
pleased with it.
Sold only by Harley Drug Co,, 11th and D Streets
Via B. & M. R. It.
miles of Lincoln on B. & M. It. R.
SALE DATES, DECEMBER 24 AND 25, AND DECEMBER
31 AND JANUARY 1. RETURN LIMIT JANUARY 2.
CALL AND GET FULL INFORMATION.
BURLINGTON DEPOT, 7th St., bet. P and Q. Phone 1290-
CITY TICKET OFFICE, Cor. 10th and O Streets. Phone 235,
If THE fELLOW whose lady friend lives
in WASHINGTON, or HONOLULU, or any other old
place, will call on the undersigned he will find exactly the
thing for Christmas, Ladies aie not barred out.
1123 O STREET.
KICK - Of fATTBE OLIVER
the ready-made habit and
have a good suit made to
20 per cent
HE MAKES CLOTHES THAT fIT
1141 0 Street.
INTERCOLLEGIATE BUREAU OF
00TRELL & LEONARD, Albany, N. Y.
Makers of tho CAPS,
GOWNS and HOODS
to Univ. of Nobraska.
Univ. of Minnesota,
Univ. of Ohloago
Oniv. of Omaha, Cor
nell, Yalo, Harvard,
Stanford, U. of P,
Wollo'sley, Byrn Mawr and tho others.
Illustrated bulletin, camplep. etc upon
Ini. Students Attention!
TONIGHT, DECEMBER 10,
Shii'man Brothers will Present
Mark Twain's Great
F FH? 1
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In the Title Role.
The play that will never grow
old- An excellent cast. Complete
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Seats now on sale.
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