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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1905)
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Harvey G. Strayer, '03, is commercial
oaohor In tho Kowanee, 111., High
flrhool He also toicb.es a c'iarb In the
Y M. C. A. night schoo'.
In honor of thoso of their members
recently elected to Phi Betta Kappa
tho Black Masquo gave a dinner party
followed' by a theator party last night.
Professor W. O. Langworthy Taylor
contributed to tho Journal of Palltlcal
Economy for March, an elaborate arti
cle entitled "The World's Prosperity
Tho class In general botany is just
taking up tho study of ferns, having
about finished the moBses. In a couple
of weeks tho flowering plants will be
Mr. d'Allomand,, of the Senior Class
in forestry course, gave an address on
"Tho Common Trees of Eastern Ne
braska" to tho teachers' of the city
schools a fow days ago.
D. E. Winchester and Ralph Dawson
road papers at tho regular mooting of
tho Nebraska Entomological Society
hold last evening In tho Entomologi
C. S. Allen, Esq., was scheduled to
speak boforo the Law School Monday
evening, but was unable to bo prosont.
HIb locturo has boen postponed until
Monday, April 10.
Dr. Henry B. Ward has beon Bolocted
as member of an International com
mittee to secure tho erection of a fit
ting monument to Ernst Abbe, of Jona,
Germany, tho famous mlcroscoplst and
Miss Sarah Ryan, an alumnae, who
has been giving excellent satisfaction
as a teacher in tho city schools of Hol
dTldgo, Nebraska, Is seeking a prln
clpalshlp In a Nebraska high school
for next year.
Next Sunday ovonlng, April 7, the
general secretaries, tho officers and
th ecabinets of both tho Y. M. C. A.
and tho Y. W. C. A. and th Volunteer
Band will meet with Miss Paddock In
tho Y. W. C. A. room.
Dean Driscol, '05, has been forced
to discontinue his work In tho Univer
sity on account of tho serious illness
o' his father. Extensive travel has
been prescribed and "Drls" will ac
company his father west Immediately.
MIsb Ethel Masters, a Nebraska
alumnus, now teaching In the city
schools of Winthrop, Minnesota, has
been re-elected to tho position at an
advanced salary. Miss Masters is
thinking of returning of returning to
the University for graduate work and
may refuse the offer.
Professor Brurler and M. II. Swenk,
both of tho Department of Entomology
made a trip to Humboldt, Nebraska,
yeBtorday. The trip was made in the
interest of tho work of the State En
tomologist. A breeding cage will be
established at that place for tho study
of the habits of tho Hession fly. Under
tho direction of Professor Brunor, a
study of about ton Nebraska insects
will bo made during tho coming sum
mer by mon who have made a special
ty of entomological work. Several of
those mon will bo secured from those
who are specializing in the Department
pf Entomology this year.
FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner
may obtain same by calling at Ne
braskan office and paying for this
LOST Phi Delta Phi pin. Return
to office of tho Dally Nobraskan.
All students are requested to leave
their 'phone numbers, at the Registrar's
Tho Auditorium katlng Rink will be
closed during Innea' Band Concert.
Will re-open April 15.' Season closes
Twenty-one mgala for Z. Dormitory
From March 1 to May 15, 1905
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