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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1905)
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Zora Fitzgerald Is visiting' with her
fllstor, Pearl Fitzgerald, at tho dormitory.
Dr. Clapp will meet, tho track men
thin afternoon on the campus. All
candidates arc urged to report for
work from four to five.
Otto H. Eggo, '99, at present super
intendent of the sugar factory at Love
land, Colo., was a visitor at the Chem
Iflry Department recently.
Henry 13. Ward, dean of the College
o.' Medicine, was elected a member of
the judicial council of the Association
ot American Medical Colleges In the
annual session of that association held
hi Chicago recently.
The annual high school fete day,
given each spring under the auspices
of tho University, will probably be
held this year on Friday, May 19th. In
connection with the fete day features
it is planned to hold tho annual state
iiiterscholarastic field meet arid the
School Master's Club meeting on the
same day and evening.
The regular meeting of the Medical
Society will not be held this week.
The meeting was postponed because It
conflicts with Iowa-Nebraska debate
which will be held Friday evening In
Memorial Hall. The membeis of the
society desire to add their mite to
their effort to defeat Iowa by encour
aging our representatives by their
presence at the debate.
The name of Professor Fling ap
pears on tho board of directors an
nounced by Chancellor Henry M. Mc
Cracken, of tho University of New
York, to vote during the coming sum
mer upon additional names of famous
Americans for places In the hall of
Fnme. The board of electors Is di
vlded up into groups and the name ot
Professor Fling appears on the list of
professors of History and Science.
Two more packets of specimens were
received for the University Herberlum
by Professor Clements, of the Depart
ment of Botany, Monday from the bo
tanical gardens of Tlflls In Transcan
casla. This completes the exchange
which was arranged by Professor Bes
soy when he visited Tlflls two years
ago. These plants constitute a very
Important addition to the Herberlum,
slnco few of them are to be found In
InBpecroY Hodgman left yesterday
lor St. Paul and Genoa to Inspect the
schools at those places.
The Academy baseball team played
the Cotner University nine lastr Fri
day at University Place and were de
feated by tho score of 23 to 4. The
preps were appaiantly not in the same
class with Cotneiites and suffered a
severe drubbjng at their hands. The
Academy boys were ' also defeated by
the nine from the Lincoln Business
College by a large score a short time
ago. They are, however, not ready to
give up and will try their metal again
Friday afternoon when they cross bats
with the team from the University Law
LOST lady's gold watch, with
ltather fob. Return to Nebraskan of
Fresh home-made candles at Max
well's, 142G O St. and 13th and N Sta.
From March 1 to May 15, 1905
Short Lino. Fast Trains. No Delays
Be sure your ticket reads over
this Hue. Inquire
E. B. SLOSSON, General Agent
We are sole agents In Lincoln for
D. & M. Baseball and
Full line of baseball shoes. Special
prices on uniforms to clubs.
Girard Cycle G'mpy
1304 O Stmt
Shoes Made to Order
Neatly Done .
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and electrical encincering. Ten weeks, becinni& June
8th. F. Paul Andkbson, Dean. For detailed Informa
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