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John D. Rio
A. O. Bohrlbr
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Ncwi - - - P. A. Ewlng
AtMtlc - J. W. Hoar
Ihtrtry - Dorothy Green
Rtforn D. P. De Young and Mablc Fouler
and Raymond H. McCaw,
(tfioeai Kdltorlal, TT WTIH; Bnalnen, XJ tliu.
Fo OflU. Bo 18, Station X, Unool.
Pafeaorlptiou Prlo, f) per rear. In ftdrta,
trd at the potofloo at Llnooln, Nebraska
aa noeond-olaai mall matter.
According to a recent Ihsho of
"Science," NehinsUa now standK
twelfth in incml)crKhi among tho col
leRCfl In thlB country. Formerly we
occupied thirteenth place The figure?
given out are a follows.
N roth western 2,710
Pennsylvania 2,0 14
Ohio Stato 1,710
Johns Hopkins G94
A wrek from tomorrow night Ne
braska and Kansas will measure theh
Htrcagth In debate again, in Memorial
hall. Our men have been preparing
carefully and industriously, and have
armed their montal forces with
all of the equipment they can glean
irom books. The value of Interstate
debates lies In the" fact that accuracy
of argument and reasoning alone can
prevail, and that the working out of
eac"h argument presented involves the
most careful research and consumes
n vast amount of time. The contest
this year will be especially Interesting,
ns It Is ho greatly to Kansas' need
that she win, for a victory over us
would give her a balance of prestlgt
much to bo desired. This our team in
tends to preclude, and the process that
they will use will certainly Ixv, worth
A circular has been sent out con
taining Information In regard to the
Association of CollegTate Alumnae, a
tranch of which exists in this Uni
versity. Organized in 1882, this im
portant association has grown until it
now has three thousand active mem
bers, grouped in twonty-three branches
extending from Massachusetts to Cali
fornia. There are a large number of
committees that do good work In the
field of education. These include com
mittees on Corporate Membership,
College Administration, Finance and
Publication, and Child Study, besides
special committees. Tho Association
aupports a fellowship for women of
tho valuo of $500 for advanced study
abroad. This fellowship Is awarded
annually to the most desirable candi
date among those who have presented
testimonials and other evidences of
ability to tho committee in charge. A
wcholarshlp in German is also support
ed, and an annual contribution is
mado to the Association which maiji
taiuu tho American Woman's Table at
the zoological station at Najilo.-, It
also offers $1,000 for the beet thesis
presented by a Woman on a scl.ntillc
"ubjeit, embodying the results of her
independent laboratory research in
any part of the field covered by the
biological, chemical and physical sci
ences. The Association Is divided Into
local branches, which afford a pleas
ant social life to all its members.
Four Men to Meet Iowa.
The preliminary tournament for
choosing the team which will compete
with Minnesota should the meet bo
definitely decided upon, will begin
May 1. It Is intended that the Iowa
team should also be chosen at that
time According to present Indica
tions, Messrs. Cassady, Tyner, Scribner
and MathcwBon are most likely to be
among Nebraska's representatives in
both meets, as these men all have good
records behind them and know tho
game, thoroughly. A number of other
men. however, are showing up in good
rhapo and the preliminary contest will
be necessary to pick th efasteet play
ers With a membership of over
forty, the Tennis Club shows visible
signs of experiencing the most success
ful season In its existence.
Year's Progress in the Library.
Figures are at hand showing the
growth of the library during the fiscal
year ending March 1st. A total of
$11,207 was spent last year for books,
which is the largest amount ever ex
pended hero for that purpose. The
number of books purchased 1b slightly
over five thousand. These were di
vided ajiiong thirty-three departments.
These figures indicate that the price
of each of the books purchased last
year averaged $2, but the cost is so
largo because so many books are
made up of special expensive technical
periodicals and call for expensive
bindings In fact, the books in a uni
erslty library are in general much
mor.' expensive than those going into
a public library. The total number
of volumes in our library is now close
Mlm Harriet Pray ton has been re
moved from the Senior Sneak Day
committee. No arrangements have yet
been made to fill the vacancy caueed
by the removal of Miss H ray to i, vhili
was the result of the great nerous
strain incident to duties", but It is ex
pected that the matter will be ar
ranged at the next meeting of the oin-mittee.
All Freshmen are urged to pay in 10
cents to any member of the finance
committee. This Is for class expenses.
C. H. HOHRER.
J 0 MITCHFI I..
H. R. STEIN Kit.
The 1)( bating league will debate the
following question next Saturday even
ing: "Resolved. That the South Caro
lina dispenf-ary system should be
adopted In Nebraska." Affirmative:
Heinke. Hagley and Martin. Negative:
Ralrd. Hanlon and I.egro.
The sample invitations and pro
grams have been placed In tho regis
trar's otllce, where they can be seen at
any-time. He sure and vote for your
CHAS. MOI1RMAN, Chrm. Com.
On Arbor day. April 22. 1904. all de
partments of tho postofllce, including
Station "A," will be open until 12 m.
Postofflco and Station "A" will then
close for tho day.
Try an "Ice cream soda" or a 'n-ut
sundae" at Maxwell's. 13th & N.
The Whitebreast Co., at 1100 0 St.
Is tho place to buy coal.
Wanted Student waiter. American
i Cafe, 320 So. 11th.
Wright Drug Co., 117 No. 11th,
Have an important part in the ap
pearance of a man the fit the
most important of all. No matter
what else you hear said about our
clothes it's admitted by all they
excel in fit. The reason is, more attention is given to details in mak
ing made to compete with .the finest tailors - not with the common
"hand-me-downs." The snappy, stylish-looking, broad-shouldered
coats you see on the street are our "KENSINGTON" make, and they
all come from one place here. More tempting patterns and styles
you have never seen than the new ones for spring. Come in, take a
look at them. That don't mean you must buy. You'll want to,
we're quite sure.
Tho Homo Cafe for strawberry
Suits, all colors
$i2.50 to $25.00
$10.00 to $20.00
Magee & Deemer
Sold only by Harley Drug Co., n li r id O Street
Waterman Fountain 'Pen
$2.00 to $5.00
1200 O Street. RECTORS
It's Up to You
We can save you money.
How? Why buy one of our
guaranteed razors. Two shaves
a week will soon save the
price and you will still have
25 per cent discount, but
you have to mention this ad.
to get it. More cuts next
week. Watch for them.
The Yellow Front
U23 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
for acceptable Mem.
State li patented.
THE PATENT RECORD,
Subscript' )u price of tho Patbnt Ruoo&d tUV
ja6 South llth St. Regular Munis 25c.
Mcai Tickets, 2 J Meals, $4.00. 5
Special Service Given to Parties and Clubs.
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The Weber Suitorium
la the up-to date place
where you can jet yoo
Clothing Cleaned and Pressed
'Phono 708. Northeast Cor llth and O.
We wish all our stndents friend to
know that the
Best Ice Cream
Franklin Ice Cream
and Dairy Co,
188 80. 13th St.
Phone. 7 201
This signature ia on every ox of tho gonuiat
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