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ExtonBlvo preparations are being
mado for tho second dormitory dance
which will bo hold this evening at the
University Women's Building. The
following are among tho visitors from
Omaha here for tho occasion:
Mies Mablo Cheek, visiting Miss
Pearl Fitzgerald; Miss Eunice Ensor,
visiting her sister, Miss Nell Ensor;
Miss Florence Kohn, visiting Miss
Tho Forestry people havo been offi
cially notified of tho change of name
of tho United States Bureau of For
estry which is hereafter to be known
an tho "Forest Service." All of the
government forest resources, many of
which have hitherto been under the
Department of the Interior have been
transferred to the Forest Service This
moans a much moro scientific treat
ment of the forest reserves and at the
same time it will call for moro well
Tho College Settlement houBC was
tho scene of a most happy occasion
Wednesday evening, when a reception
was given to all tho glrlB' clubs of the
Settlement by tho Y. W. C. A. commit
tee which has that work in charge.
About fifty girls first Joined in a grand
march, then seated themselves for tho
program. This consisted of muslr and
recitations by some University girls,
followed by several Settlement girls
who showed great talent When the
piogram was ended tho Valentine box
was opened and a joyful clamor arose
vhlle the missives were being distrib
uted. Then the children were taken to
the basement where they Indulged in
the best treat of all, candy making
Altogether the evening was a great
success, one long to be remembered by
all who were there.
In Oliver Colleges
The Alumni of the University of
Minnesota have offered $436 in cash
prizes to be awarded to students suc
cessful in contests in essay writing
oratory and debate.
H. H. Putnam, registered in the Med
leal School, is ill at his home In Om
aha with the Iagrlppe.
The University of South Dakota
gives tho debating team of that school
its choice of opponents in debates.
Tho most Important gifts to Yale
during 1904, were as follows. $100,000
for a mine school: $40,000 to library
funds; and a bequest of $250,000 for
the construction and maintenance of a
building as a memorial to Dr. Jared
Tho enrollment In tho Bible classes
at the Y. M. C. A. reaches tho high
water mark this year at tho University
of Minnesota, three hundred men hav
ing entered tho work. Thero has been
a steady growth all year, and still
moro classes are being formed.
Tho legal department in Denver Uni
versity has recently established a law
office whore anyone needing legal as
sistant may place IiIb case. It will bo
turned over to the seniors who, In
prosecution of tho case, will be under
the direction of experienced lawyers.
L. G. Wllklns, a freshman polo vaul
ter at tho University of Chicago, has
Invented a dovlco for Indoor vaulting
which is expected to make possible as
good records Indoors as outdoors. The
device consists of a hardwood block
covered with metal. Tho vaulter plants
his polo on tho metal plate and It
slides to the end of tho block, thus
saving tho jar from the momentum
until the vaulter is in tho air. A. Q.
Spalding has taken steps to patent the
device and it will probably bo placed
on the market soon.
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