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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1904)
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Nerer before has tho N. E. A.
arranged its mooting with suoh
wonderful opportunities for the
Teaohor, Instructor or Professor.
The routo via tho Burlington
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Oily PatMngpr AgsM
Fletcher Lane spent a part of tho
vacation in Kansas City.
Or. and Mm. Clapp spent the varn
tlon with friends in St. Louis.
Miss Gertrude Graves of Kearney
visited with her brother. Elliott V.
DwiglU Pierce left school to an-ept
a position aH instructor in the stat" ag
ricultural schx)l of Mississippi
T B. King, an old1 Hetn of Denve:
University, was visiting University
frlcnds on the campus yesterday.
The St. Luke's Choir club gave a
party al VValeh hall yesterday evening,
which was largely attended by Uni
Mie Jennie Whitmore is ba( k in
school again after an absence, on ac
count of Illness, having returned from
her homo in Vallej, where she went to
The Western Philosophical af-socia-tloni
lipid its fourth annual meeting
with tho Unhersity of Missouri April
1 and 2. Thero wero about twenty
members of tho association present.
A card has been' received from Ur.
and Mrs. Derrick N. Lehmer, announc
ing the birth on March 30, of Helen
Mitchell Lehmor, weight 7 pounds. Dr.
Lehmor will be remembered as a dis
tinguished alumnus of Nebraska, and
a member of the mathematical- faculty
of the University of California, at K
Dr. Moritz spent the larger part of
tho ICastcr oration at Beatrice, where
he. addressed' the Southeast Nebraska
Education1 association, and incidentally
advertised the summer session of the
University. He reports the teachers
greatly Interested In the work of the
summer session, and indications point
to a largo representation from the
unitheas-L portion of the state
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DR. DAVIS AT CHAPEL.
An Interesting Talk Given en the
"Breadth of Power."
An interesting talk was given at cha
pel yesterday morning by Profesbor
Davis on the "Breadth of Power." He
emphasized the necessity of broaden
ing our course so that we would not
becomo narrow in our views. We were
to become leaders' in the different sec
tions of tho country and it would not
be profitable for us to specialize too
much on one subject.
Of the different subjects that he btig
gested' for tho student to become a
broad and liberal thinker the study of
history was the most Important, none
other would lead a person to think
more IberaJly and to see now ideals
He spoko of science as a mental
trainer to develop tho fact method.
Tho discourse was very instructive,
and although a very' small number wqb
present those who attended felt fully
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