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THE DAILY NEBRA9KAN.
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Y. W. C, A. Leader for Noon Meet
Thursday Miss Jameson.
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The German-American Professorships
James H. Canneld, formerly chancellor-
of this Univorsity, but at pres
ent librarian of Columbia University,
has an artlclo In tho current issue of
tho "Review of Reviews," In which ho
describes tho interchange of professors
botweon Germany nnd the United
- "AtITfirofflclal diplomatic reception
pn Now Year's Day of 1904," says Dr.
Cariflold, "Emperor Willlnm of Ger
many suggested to tho American am
bassador In Berlin the desirability of
an exchango of professors botweon
German nnd American universities,
with a vlow of promoting a better un
derstanding between tho two peoples
and a wider knowlodgo of their respec
tive history and Institutions."
It was not until President Murray
Butler of Columbia University visited
Germany last summer, hoWevor, that
tho suggestion became a definite
"It was then determined between
tho emporor and President Butler that
a professorship of American history
and Institutions, to be known as the
Theodoro Roosevelt Professorship,
should be established in the Univer
sity of Berlin by and under tho general
dlroctlon of Columbia University. In
cumbonts are to bo appointed by the
Prussian Ministry of Education, with
tho sanction of tho- emperor, upon
nomination of tho trustees of Colum
bia. These nominations are not to bo
confined to Columbia University, but
tho Incumbents can be men of stand
ing from any other American Insti
tution of learning. The term of office
of each Incumbent will bo one y6ar.
"Tho plan of work Includes definite
lectures In course, covering American
history, American 'constitutional law,
thd more fundamental and prominent
probloms. in oconomlcs and sociology,
tho rise and growth of American edu
cation, and later a discussion on
Amorlcan literary and scientific con
tributions. "In return Germany will establish a
professorship of German history and
Institutions at Columbia University to
bo maintained and conducted precise
ly as tho American professorship at
Berlin. Tho lectures at; Columbia will
bo in English, at Bo'rlln in Gorman,
''It is quite possible," says". Dr. Can-
field, "that a similar exchange will bo
made soon botweon tho University of
Paris, Oxford and other European In
stitutions. Tho benefits of such an
exchange are too great to bo truly
estimated at tho present time."
The-first Incumbent of tho now chair
to bo appointed by tho trustees of
Columbia is John William Burgess
Ruggles, professor of political science
and constitutional law and dean of
the faculty of political science In Co
lumbia Univorsity. He" will enter up
on his duties at tho University of Bor
lln In the wlntor of 1906-1907; giving
Instruction in American political his
tory. Y. W. C Ar-Notes.
Who said the, . W. C. A. glrlB are
asleep? They cleared all of $280 at
tho County Fair, and perhaps piore.
If people wouldn't keep forgetting to
turn In their tickets It might be more.
The fact that wo servo .cocoa Mon
day, Tuesday and Thursday at 2
cents a cup and oyster stew Wednes
day and Friday at 5 dents' it bowl
proyes tho statement that we are wide
The Sunday services for December
10 and' 17 show also tliat we aro wide
awake", tir. Tuttle y6U all ttndw hlni,
especially the Cbngrdgatldhal girls
will, speak December idth and a splen
did Christmas sorvlce is planned for
the foHdWingr' Sunday.. -
tt Your Book
'Th'oso attending the Cornhifsker
banquet at the Llndoll hotel on last
Monday wore well pleasecfby tho treat
ment accorded thenfny tho manage
ment of the Llndoll. Mr. C. S. Hoover
has surelyldontlfled himself with tho
University by the way In which he
hatf supported every enterprise under
taken by any of the student organiza
tions. His hotel has become ono of tho
most favorite banquet places in tho
Latest faces of typo and top-notch
styles in printing. George Bros., 13th
& N Bts.
Mrs. Barkley, tho acting dean of
women, wishes to announce that thero,
will be a "coffeo class" In the ladles'
waiting room Friday afternoon from
4;30 to 6:00. An invitation to attend
Is extended to both men and women.
She also wishes to announce that
room l67 University Hall may bo used
as a lunch and study room for ladies
from 12 to 4 p. m. every day.
Oliver gigar Co., 135-137 No. 13th,
Tho members of Mr. Jorgensoh's.
class In Old Testament characters
wore very agreeably surprised Tues
day evening after the lesson by a
home-made "feed." Mr. Jorgenson
brought a quantity of good things back
with him when he returned from home
and tho boys showed no backwardness
about making way with It.
Printing George Bros., 13th & N.
The annual production of tho faV
m,ousT,MeBsIah" will fill the last con
vocation period before the holidays,
Wednesday, December 20. The solo
ists aro already engaged and are work
ing on their parts. MrsRayjnond Is
anxious to have as. largo a chorus ns
possible, and urges all who have evor
participated In a rendition of the
"Messiah" to come teas many of th)
lehearsals as they can, whether they
bolong to tho chorus or not, and to
tako part in the production. ' Re
hearsals aro held Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday at five o'clock In Me
News and other items for the No
braskan should bo . handed into the
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They should not he put in the box on
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not to tho Nebraskap, but should he
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