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M. F. Costolloc has taken 111 nnd Is
now at St. Elizabeth hospital.
E. O. Shinbur, ex '02, has been given
a division on the Interstate canal on
the North Platte river.
P. I,. Brockwny and C. O. Benrdsley
have stnrted work on a contract for a
concrete mill dam and penstock at
At a meeting of the Engineering So
cloty Wednesday evening, Professor
Chatburn discussed tho Lincoln paving
contract lawsuit. He took the sub
ject up In a very Interesting manner
and all were well pleased who hoard
In Otlier Colleges
Citizens of Nashville at a mass meot
lng Saturday decldod to aid In erecting
the new building to replace the struc
ture recently destroyed by fire at
Vanderbllt university. More than $33,
000 alroady has boon subscribed for
Phllo S. Bennett, a wealthy citizen
of Now Haven, Is placing In tho hands
or twenty-flyo schools In the United
States $10,000, tho Interest from which
Is to be given as a prize each year
for the host essay on tho "Principles
of Free Government."
A numbor of students of the Uni
versity of Michigan spent spring vaca
tion in "hoboing" It to the Mammoth
caves In Kentucky. Three of the
number reached the cavern whllo thoT"I the matter and hopes to solve some
remainder were stranded along the
road between Ann Arbor and Ixmls
vllle. Princeton's faculty bus dropped sixty-nine
students from the university as
a result of Inability to pass the recent
semester examinations. This Is only
six Iosb than the number last year
which marked tho greatest number of
failures ever recorded at Princeton
from one set of examinations.
With BOO students In working attire
tugging at a big rope which drew a
plow, and giving the college yell with
each pull, ground was broken at noon
Tuesday for the new $70,000 gym
nasium at Ohio Wesleyan. Prexy
Whltlock guided the plow amid the
cheers of the co-eds. After a furrow
150 yards long was made, the students
rested and listened to speeches by the
Excitement arising from troubles be
tween students of the Unlvorsity of
Illinois and a gang of young men re
siding In East Campaign, reached a
high pitch last Friday night. A crowd
of 200 students paraded around the
streets looking for members of the
gang. Thoy were armed with shot
guns, revolvers, baseball bats and
ropes, and were In a bad mood. They
entered restaurants and stores ' In
search of tho onomybut were unable
to And them. No member of the stu
dent body dares to go out in the
street alone nt night, and tho police
rlnnnrtmnnt. hns boon ilnlucrnd with
, 0 .. .,,
requests to carry weapons. The trou
ble had Its origin several weeks ago
In a street light between a numbor of
unlvorsity mon and the leader of tho
gang. Since then there have boon
several fights with about an equal
division of victories.
GRDDN'S BARBER SHOPS
Mogul, 1144 O Street.
Palace, 109 No. 11th Street.
The Freshmen play will occur May
The Nebraska Photographers' As
sociation will hold their annual ses
sion in Memorial hall from May 9
The University medical society will
meet today. The program will con
sist of a general discussion of "Im
pressions From Our Omaha Trip."
The annual medical society banquet
will bo. held on May 12. Dr. Glffqrd,
of Omaha, associate dean of the Madl
cal College, will bo the guest Oi nonor.
The Pedagogical club will hold Its
last meeting on May 18. The program
will consist of short addresses by
members of the faculty on different
phases of "Social Amusements."
Dr. Ernest A. Bessey, '96, reached
the city from the South yesterday (Fri
day) for a short visit with his parents
and the botanists of the University.
He is quite brown from exposure to
the Arkansas sun.
Prof. Laurence Fossler will go to
Omaha this evening to attend the
Schiller celebration of the German citi
zens of that city. Tomorrow evening
he will deliver an address In Gorman,
at the dedication of the Schiller LInde.
Reports are beginning to como In
of cattle being Injured by eating cer
tain wild weeds on the plains of West
ern Nebraska. Professor Bessey took
of tho problems connected with this
On Thursday afternoon Professor
Bessey astonished his class In Syste
matic Botany by distributing a box
of strawberries to them for dissection
and study. At the close of the hour
there were no berries left, nor even
Dr. G. W. A. Luckey has accepted
Invitation to deliver three commence
ment addresses, at Palmyra, May 19;
Oakdnlc, May 25, and Hardington,
May 2G. Dr. Luckoy has also re
ceived an Invitation to deliver a com
mencement address at Buffalo, Mont.,
which. he has now under consideration.
The fourth Issue .-of "Bothsldes,"
will contain the outlines, biblographles
and accounts of tho following debates:
"The Princeton-Harvard Debate on
the Free Elective System," by W. M.
Shohl '06; "The Notre Dame-Oborlln
Debate on Compulsory Arbitration of
Labor Disputes," by G. II. Patterson,
of Oborlln College; "Tho Michigan
Wisconsin Debate on tho Direct Nomi
nation of Party Candidates," by P. S.
Relnsch, of tho-University of Wiscon
sin; 'Tho Illinois-Indiana Debate on
Shlp jSubBldy," by H. II. Haya, of the
University of Indiana.
TOURI8T CARSl, POPULAR.
The Idea that an inferior class of
people patronize tho tourist sleopers is
-an error. On many trips only tho best
class of travelers are found. They
are merely mon and women of good
Bonso who would rather travol to Cali
fornia in this manner and save a snug
sum of money to bo usedj elsewhere.
It is beginning to be understood that
it is by no means necessary for tho
traveler to spend a largo sum of
money in order to enjoy a trip to tho
If you cross the continent in one
of tho tourist sleepers of the Union
Pacific you will enjoy your trip and
save considerable money. Inquire of
E. B. Slosson, Gon'l Agent.
Chris Bath House, corner 11th and
L. W. Pomorono, . Plumber, 238 S.
Transfer Co.; baggac.
Union Shining Parlors. Shine, 5c.
Chain for ladles. 1018 O street.
Phi Delta Phi will hold Its annual
banquot Wednesday, May 24, at tho
Erie B. Woodward, M. D., diseases
of eye, ear and throat 207-8 Richard
block. Phone 666.
Elliott's 8uitoflum, cleaning;, dyetae;
and repairing. Prices reasonable. 1116
(Xstreat Both phones.
Forbes' Stables, livery, cab aad bag
gage service, 1125-31 P street Bell
phone, 560. Auto phone 1650.
With the qtaalltjr, atyle aad
prices of the work done or the
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