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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1903)
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FRBSHMAN class meeting Friday,
10 a. m., Unl. 206.
PI9DAGOGICAL CLUB will mliet In
U. 210 this (Thursday) evening at 7:30.
BASE BALL. All candidates for
battery will report at base ball cago
1:30 to 8:00 dally.
SENIORS. Close election, Tuesday.
February 10th. at 1 p. m.. In old
chapel. Ralph W. Buck, President.
Notes from the University's S
Noxt Saturday evening the Graduate
club will meet at tho College Settlement.
The Ruby Seal club, In chargo of
MIbb Burllngame, has changed ItB time
of mooting from Monday to Tuesday
PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS. All
gymnasium men report at tho physical
director's office this week and make
appointments for physical examinations.
CHARTER DAY EVENTS. All
thoao who will enter athletic evonts
for Charter Day report In the gymna
sium today at 4 p. m. The following
ovonts aro open: Sprint, 25 yards,
high Jump, pole vault, shot put, bar
vault, high kick, and rope climb.
NOTICE. The Shorthand clasa (Miss
Hoffman, Instructor) which was to
huvo met on Tuesday evening, will
meet for organization at the Lincoln
Acadomy Thursday evening, February
5, at 7 o'clock. All who expect to take
this course should bo present at that
The sewing school has outgrown the
capacity of tho present supply of
chairs at the house and more chairs
Tho class In vocal music has been
discontinued for tho tlmo owing to the
Inability of tho teacher, Miss Lally, to
continue tho work. A teacher of vocal
music Is needed to fill this position.
WHENCE WE CAME.
Mr. Barrett Studying Sources of
Mr. Barrett, of the Historical so
ciety, has undertaken a work which
promises a great addition to cho his
torical material of the Btato. We aro
accustomed to Hay in a rough way that
tho early settlers of Nebraska camo
from Iowa. Illinois, and other eastern
states. Mr. Barrett 1b going to make
a report to Professor Caldwell's semi
nar, which Is now considering tho his
tory of Nebraska, on tho Bources of
NobraBka'B population for tho first ton
years of Its territorial growth (1854
18G4). Ho has mado tabulations show
ing the nativity and place from which
500 or 1,000 inhabitants of the "river
counties" emigrated. Later on he ex
pects to extend his biographical In
vestigations to other portions of the
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1020 O Stroot-
Mr. M. J. Brown has volunteered to
tako charge of tho game room on
Monday evenings. Mr. W. H. Heflle
bowor has volunteered to take charge
of tho gamo rooms on Thursday evenings.
Last Saturday evening the commit
tee on legislation appointed by tho
Charity Organization met at tho Set
tlement house and examined two of tho
bills now before tho legislature, one
for tho establishment of juvenile
courts and ono providing for tho defi
nition of the crime of desertion of
family and for the punishment of the
Hon. W. J. Bryan spoke at the meet
ing at tho Settlomont house last Wed
nesday evening. The meeting was the
largest thus far held at the house. The
plan of organizing a lyceum was en
thusiastically received by tho audi
ence and a committee was appointed to
draw up a constitution for the society.
The committee met at the Settlement
house Saturday evening nnd formu
lated a constitution, by-laws and
rules which were submitted at the
meeting held last evening.
According to the outline of work ar
ranged by the military department
for this semester, four hours a week
will be devoted to drill and the fifth
will be occupied by the classes In Mili
tary Science, for which each cadet was
required to register. These classes
will moot at 5 o'clock on Friday. Two
divisions have been made, the first con
sisting of cadets in their first and sec
ond semesters and the second of cadets
In their third and fourth semesters.
The former division will be required
to recite in Drill Regulation and the
Guard Manual, and Instruction will be
given by tho captains and first lieu
tenants of the companies and Second
Lieutenant Mansfield. The latter divi
sion will make a study of Small Arras
Hegulatlpns and will receive instruc
tion from Major Hall and Captain Mc
Geachln. The classes will recite in
sections, tho bulletin for which has
already been posted.
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