The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 06, 1905, Image 3

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APRIL 6.
Seniors, 11 a. m., Chemistry Lecturo
Room.
ftfeshmen, 11 a. m., Memorial Hall.
' Debating Association, 11 a. m., U
110.
'Varsity Vb. Omaha Lcag'uo on Cam
pus. APRIL 7.
Medical Society, M 301.
Mawkeyo Club meets with Profes
sor and Mrs. Chatburn, 2860 P street.'
Omaha League va. Chicago Nationals
on Campus.
APRIL 8.
Now Y. M. C. A. cabinet, 8 p. m.
Junior-Senior reception.
APRIL 9.
Aftea Paddock speaks to University
students in Memorial Hall.
APRIL 14.
Iowa debate, Memorial Hall.
'Varsity vs. Nebraska Indians on
Campus.
Company B Hop at Fraternity hall.
APRIL 15.
'Varsity vs. 'Nebraska Indians on
Campus.
April 17.
Second Junior theme due at 5 p. m.
In TJ 811.
APRIL 18.
Washington debate, Meomrlal Hall.
Professor and Mrs. Chatburn cor
dially invite all Iowa, students to meet
with the Hawkoyo Club at their home,
2850 P street, Friday evening.
Lincoln Local Express, 1039 N street
Both phones.
Fresh homo-mado candies at Max
well's, 1426 O St and 13th and N St.
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Ralph Robinson has boon compelled
to discontinue his studies on account
of sickness.
Several of the students in Chemistry
2 havo finished their laboratory work
for tho somester. The class has been
putting in double timo in tho labora
tory in ordor to get the work done bo
fore tho days become so warm.
Mr. O. A. Lee, '05 Law, who has been
giving such excellent satisfaction at
the' Academy as toachor of Argumenta
tion, oxpects to go to the Pacific coast
next year for his permanent location.
His success In teaching, however, may
induce him to put in a year in that
profession while determining his fu
ture home.
Manager Perry has secured two more
games for his colts. Tho team will
play Cotnor Unlvorsity Friday and will
meet tho team from tho University
Law Collogo on April 12th. The man
ager has been compelled to abandon
tho idea of purchasing suits for the
team because of a lack of funds for
that purpose and each man who plays
will have to furnish his own equip
ment. Tho team has been practicing
regularly and everything points to a
team which will bo up to tho usual
standard maintained by the Academy
In athletics. The Academy students
must make up in spirit what they lack
in numbers and the managers of the
various athletic teams at that institu
tion havo to assume the almost impos
sible task of building up a team upon
spirit alone without the competition
for places on the teams which some of
their more numerous neighbors are
fortunate enough to have.
Professor Hodgman, Inspector of ac
credited schools, was one of tho vice
presidents of tho North Central Asso
ciation of Colleges and Secondary
Schools elected at the meeting of that
Acad my-Note s.
The Academy Dobatlng Club has dis
continued its meetings for this year.
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ance and you will find the Armstrong Clothing Com
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mark of Rightness. Its small but means much. It means
hat the wearer of one of our garments has deposited his
money with us subject to his satisfaction, hence the Arm
strong label stands for "Clothes Satisfaction." It stands
for smart style, besides a hundred other things which can
be all summed up in that one word "Satisfaction." The
Clothes you see here are different from those found else
where, more hand-tailoring enters into each garment. The
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organization hold in Chicago on March
31st and April 1st. George IS. Mc
Cloan, former chancellor of this Uni
versity, now president of Iowa Uni
versity was elected president Profes
sor Hodgman romalned in Chicago over
Monday and through tho kindness of
Dean Pratt Judson, of the Unlvorsity
of Chicago, was givon an excellent
opportunity to study tho nowor devel
opments of that University. Ho also
took timo to agali visit tho art insti
tute and the new building for tho
First Nntional Bank, which is Bald to
bo tho finest bank building in tho
world. Through tho kindness of a col
lege fraternity friend he was enabled
to meet a number of influential school
mon, among whom was Dr. A. Ross
Hill, formerly professor of psychology
in this University at a luncheon
served In the Union League Club of
Chicago. This Club has become quito
well knows as having been tho back
bone of the municipal fight for purity
in Chicago in recont years.
In Otlier Colleges
Andrew Carnegie has presented
Tufts with 1100,000 for a new library;
and Bowdoln, from another source, has
recoived 200,oOO.
As a result of a recent bequest of
$50,000 Syracuse University Is at last
out of debt, for the first time Binco its
founding, thirty years ago.
Yale won the twelfth intercollcgiato
debate from Princeton, receiving the
unanimous decision of the Judges. Yale
upheld the affirmative of tho proposi
tion that "Tho United States ought not
permanently to hold territory it does
not Intend to admit to statehood."
Ellis Ward, coach of the crows at
tho University of Pennsylvania has
decided that every candldato must be
able to swim, and no oarsman will be
allowed to go in tho boat until he can
swim twlco the length of the gymna
sium pool, a distance of 200 feet.
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