The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 07, 1903, Page 8, Image 8

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SATURDAY NEBRASKAN
those of Other Days
Anna Rogers, '01, haa been quite 111
la New York city.
Fow remember, perhaps, that Majbr
J. J. Iershlng, now doing ouch good
service In the Philippines, is U. of N.
law, '93.
Mlsfl Laura A. Haggard, '89, re
signed her place in the Lincoln schools
In January, and has gone to Omaha
to teach.
O. P. Andorb.org, law '00. had busi
ness with the supremo court Tues
day and Wednesday. Ho haB now re
turned to Mlndon.
Mr. Goo. L. Sheldon, '92, of Nehaw
ka, is being Interviewed by his old
friends at his place as senator in the
present legislature.
Charles Purcell, of North Bond, a
University student in '00, is visiting
college friends. Mr. Purcell has been
attending Leland Stanford since 1900.
A former student, Miss Mabel Amber
Barnauy, was married at Minneapolis,
Jaauary 28. to Mr. Otis Frank Hart
quesL They will llvo at 1221 D, Lin
Mrs. A. C. Fling (Miss Maude
Hammond) '96, spent several days re
cently with her relatives and friends
In Lincoln, but haa now returned tb
Nebraska City.
The friends of Dr. Geo. E. Howard,
'76, and Mrs. Howard hear from them
occasionally from Cambridge Mass.,
where Dr. Howard is engaged in his
torical writing.
Dr. O. W. Botsford. '84, . who ac
cepted a place on the historical staff
at Columbia, has a new book that is
receiving favorable comment from, the
critics for its excellent English and its
marks of ripe scholarship.
B. M. Pollard. '92. of Nehawka, was
In Lincoln the early part of the week.
Instructing the revenue committee of
tho legislature. Mr. Pollard, while a
member of the legislature in '99 and
01, spent much time on tho subject
and is said to be very well versed In
1L
8. W. Plnkorton, 98, who Is in the
employ of a law-book firm of St.
LoulB. Is reported by his friends as
enjoying his work and doing well at
It. A liberal raise in his salary, re
cently, attests that "Sam" is as pop
ular with his employers as he was
among the University students of his
day.
Tuesday evening Star: Charles J.
Warmer, representative for Lancaster
cowty. received a telephone message
from his home at Waverly Tuesday
noon, announcing the death of his
mother: Mrs. Warner was a woman
of'advauced age and her illness was
of but short duration. Mr. Warner
leftfor Waverly Immediately upon re
ceipt of tho message.
Professor Haven Metcalf, who was
oae of the instructors in Botany last
year, returned to the University dur
fsff examination week and took his
eaiaatloB for the degree of Doctor
of Philosophy. He was accompanied
by his wife, and they were ihe guests
ef Dr. and Mrs. Bessey during their
stay la the city. They are now located
at Ctemcon College, South Carolina,
where he Is Professor of Botany.
Mombora of tho Graduate Faculty are
now examining tho thesis preBonted by
Dr. Metcnlf for tho degreo of Doctor
of Philosophy. It is in tho Chancel
lor's ofneo, whero It will remain until
tho 12th of this month. It consists of
a discussion and description of the
micro-organism which ho has found to
be tho causo of a peculiar disease of
tho sugar boots In Nebraska and other
western states.
Tho last number of tho Berlchte der
Doutsohen Botanlschon Gesellschaft
contains tho announcement of tho
nomination of Ernst A. Bessoy, '96, to
membership in that society. As this
is the highest uotanicaj Bociety In the
world, Mr. Bessey'a friends are much
pleased, especially as the honor came
to him within a month of his en
trance to the University of Halle. Ho
was nominated by two of the profes
sors undor whom he is studying in
tho university.
P. V. Robb, university Btudont of
1900,who was compelled to leave school
in tho middlo of tho ear and travel
westwardly for tho recovery of his
health, writes as follows from San
Francisco to one of his former Univer
sity professors:
"I have been. In San Francisco most
of tho time slnco leaving Lincoln, do
ing as woll as could be expected. My
practice Is not largo, but my time
apart from it (which Is large) I have
devoted to editorial writing for the
Bancroft-Whitney Company, law-book
publishers of this city. I have en
gaged in this work for over two years.
MoBt of the writing has been done
on the American State Reports, a
series of books made up of the most
important current cases decided by the
suprouie courts of the American com
monwealths. Besides these cases we
write for each volume some two hun
dred pages of notes on various sub
jects of present-day Importance. We
Issue six volumes a year. Mr. A. C.
Freeman, the well known author of
works on Judgments, executions, etc.,
1b the editor-ln-chlef. Most of my
work in this line consists in writing
syllabi and the notes Just referred to.
The note writing is an especially valu
able training and more to my taste
than the turmoil of practice, to say
nothing of the cheerful financial as
pect of It."
Our graduates succeed because we prepare them to do something
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University Bulletin
JUNIOR Basket Ball men report In
Gym today at 3:30 p. m. for practice.
JUNIORS meet in U 206, Thursday,
Feb. 12, at 10 a. m. Election of offi
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TODAY. All those desiring to en
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port today In tho Gym at 2:30 p. m.
SENIORS. Class election, Tuesday,
Fobruary 10th, at 1 p. m., In old
chapel. Ralph W. Buck, President.
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will meet on Wednesday at one
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GRADUATE CLUB MEETING. The
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lege Settlement House, 205 South 20th
(Corner 20th and N) tonight at 7:30.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS. All
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