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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1904)
Cbe Batlp Heftraehan
more or Cess Cocal
MIbbcs SauiulcrH. Anderson nnd Sow
aid of Elgin, have registered nt the
Conservatory of Music
MIbb Delta Wlllamuth and tlio
Misses Martin, of Lincoln, havo taken
up the study of muslo at the Con-nervatory.
Professor Stout addressed the Irri
gation Congress on "Recent Obser
vation on the Water Supply of Ne
biaska." The Kellog Telephone Co., of Chi
cago, has loaned the Unlvendty in
struments and supplies for setting up
a model central etieigy exchange.
The clasB in mechanical engineering
has been making some tests with the
Lewis Bteelyold dynamometer that has
lately ben srt up in the M. E. room
L. A. Cutshall enjoyed a visit this
week from his brother, who was at
tending the meeting of the represen
tatives of the Nebraska Independent
Mr. Ilolman. a representative of 'i
Wge jewelry house, was entertained
by several of the boys who appropriat
ed large Bums of money In the Inter
ests of his financial welfare.
Professor. Luckey will deliver a lec
turo at York tho evening of January
29th. on "The Homo and the School."
Tho locture will be before the meeting
of tho York County School Teachers'
nnd Social Officers' association.
A suney and preliminary ehtimate
was made by the civil engineering de
partment for filling in and grading the
north end of the football field The
goal posts will have to be moved to
give room for the new plnslcs build
ing. The Coura of Study committee and
the business manager of the Summer
School have sent out a list of questions
to each member of the faculty, asking
their advico on certain points connect
ed with the plans for the coming sum
Drr A. Ross Hill formerly of our
philosophy department, has been made
director of the conimlng summer
school of the University of Missouri.
Ho is making an effort to secure some
good men at this University to serve
on the summer school faculty.
Professor Caldwell is busily engaged
in reading four theses presented by
candidates for a degree. These theses
were submitted by H. R. Tucker,
Susan Dlnsmore, Genevieve Mursh and
Mary Davles. Thero will bo eight
American History candidates for a de
gree this year.
A nev course in psychology which If
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a study in the mental development of
the human child will bo open to stu
dents who have had course 5 or by
spedal permit of the instructor.
Fred Kuhlmau, who took the M. A.
degree in tho psychology department
of the Nebraska University and Blnce
the doctor's degree at Clark Univer
sity will contlne his work at Clark
and e ture on the subject of "Idiocy."
Plans are under way for organizing
a clinic at the hospital for the insane.
This clinic will be held every Wednes
day morning for the purpose of mak
ing a psychology study of insane. It
is open to advanced students In psy
chology and will br conducted by Dr.
Miss Paulino Hush has
the PI Phi house.
MihS Vivian McDowel. of Omaha, Is
visiting at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
Phil Harrison's prolific pen lias pro
duced another beautiful prom, poster,
which is attracting much attention on
the bulletin board in University Hall.
Miss Olive States entertained at din
ner Thursday evening for her cousin,
Miss Lillian White, prior to the de
parture of the latter for England. MIbb
White is a member of Northwestern
chapter of Gamma Phi Heta
An informal leap year paity was
given last night at Walsh hall by a
number of University girlb A pro
gram of twenty dances and four extras
was danced, tho men only being al
lowed to make their own choice In the
four extras. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Eunice
.hapeioncd the party
Th OtllceiH' Hop coining at. the end
of examination week, deserves a largo
attendance. Successfully mastering
final quizzes Is conduthe to some slight
exuberance of spirits and this hop of
fers a good vent for such an overflow
The officers have something of a rep
utation along hop lines to maintain
and doubtless Messrs. Mohrman and
Parker, who have the affair In charge,
will see that this reputation does not
The engagement of MUs Olive l)ob
on to Dr. Lamlr of Waverly was for
mally announced at the Conservatory
liesda evening Eoity invitations
r lenponded to and a number of
i'Il of town guests were present, in
hiding Misbes Cox and Meyers of
hralia. A short musical program w.ts
n'ejed and Mieses Upton. Dill an.!
''obson sang. After a touch of the
'ght fantastic, light refreshments v.'ei
f rved. Many beautiful presents wviv
im ived. The possibilities are that the
"oust rvatory will soon lose Miss Dob-son.
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