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Low rates to students.
Glee Cluh homo ooncort.
Engineering "b'anquet. "
Opening gume of Intcr-fraternlty
Spring vacation. -
Senior Prom.. yLincoln Hotel.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate. Madi
son, , Wis. - "
Junior party. State Farm.
Senior Book ready for sole.
(Senior party at State Farm.
B Company .Hop. Fraternity Hall.
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Theodore Thomas. Orcheslra-rAudl-
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, May 26,.
Annual competitive drill. ,
Pan-Hellenic Hop. Auditorium.
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Wednesday, April 4 Chancellor An
Friday, April. 6 Music.
Monday. April, fhrMu. A' tE.. Sheldon.,
"Sone 'and",Llteraturo of the Nebras '
Wednesday, April .11 "Prof. Guern
sey Jones, "Tho Recent English Elec
tions." "Wednesday, April 18 Prof. W. G. L.
Taylor, "The Boston Metropolitan,
Friday, April 20 Music.
Monday, April 23 Dr. H. B. Lowrey,
Wednesday, April 25 Prof. E, A.
Roes, "Political Decay."' An Interpre
tation. Friday, April 27 Music. . '
JJonday, April 30 Mr. Daniel Ford,
THE FOREST CLUB.
Held a Very Interesting Meeting Satur
The University Forest Club held Ittt
regular fofthightly niepting Saturday
night In the botanical lecture room at
tlio University. The club is composed
of all those students in thd University
wlio ave In any- of Professor Miller's
Mr. G. B. McDonald guvo an inter
esting talk on "The Yosemlte Vnlloy,"
and Mr. Ruy J. Pool spoke on "Cur
rent Events in Forostry."
Mr. McDonald spent two weeks in
the region gf the Park in tho summer
of 1903, making . 500-mile trip to and
from Sacrament-) on a bicycle. Of
special interest wns Hit? account of the
Giant Sequoias and the famous Ne
vada and Vernal Falls. He exhlbltod u
fine collection of kodak pictures of the
mainmoth trees, tho Falls and of the
region in general.
Mr. Pool gave a brief discussion of
the more impoitunt lines of work alona
which the Forest Service Is at present
concerning itself. The fact that tho
western ranchmen are becoming' more
and more interested in forestry is
shown by the fact that ' more than
eighty requests have como td Profes
sor Miller for copies of tho plan for
planting jack pine In tho sand hills.
THe, Forest Service is aiding in identi
fying tho trees along tho city streets
and In tho city parks. Considerable
interest has been shown by sevoral
cities, especially Los Angeles and
Helena, both of which havo had ox
"tensive planting plans made for their
At present nearly all of the forout
reserves of the country are west of
tho Mississippi. But at tho present
timo there is, an active campaign be
ing waged In congress to obtain tw.
large-forest reserves in the cast, ono
in the White mountains, the. other in
tho- flouthorrt Appalachians. Both of
theso reservos are needed to conserve
the water supply of tho regton and to
prevent the terrible floods which often
devastate the valleye. Xnow reserve
has lately beon proclaimed In Grant
and McPherson counties In middle
western Nebraska'. ThJs reservo con
tains over 300,900 acres, much of
which will havo to bo planted, as is
the case with the Dismal River re
serve. V.A letter was sIbo .read froni W. I.
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Hutchinson, it forester in tho Philip
pines. Mr. Hutchinson was in Lin
coln for sovorul weeks last year and
made many friends in tho 'University.
Since a number of the men in the
club, Me?xs. McDonald, Dunn, Bates
and Pierce, lo.'ivo soon to assist in tlu
'annuo 1 tree planting on the Dismal4
River reserve, the club meetings will
be discontinued for several weeks.
North Central Association Meets.
TlwNorth Centri I Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools met
the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago.
March 23 t 25, 190(1. Th? association
embraces the leading universities and
colleges frpm Pcnnsyivaniu to the
Rockies, and from Kentucky to Can
ada. It hus a throo-fojd object, tho
definition of the units of work, sLind
ardfzation of entranco credits, and tho
ultlntute federation of colleges and uni
versities and theso in order to avoid
useless duplication of work.
Former Chancellor Goorgo E. Mc
Lean, now president of Iowa Stato
University, is president of tho associa
tion and delivered the opening address
on tho "National Federation of Col
leges." Inspector Hodgman wan tho repre
sentative from Nebraska. and recom
mended six institutions from Nebrnska
University Mandolin Club.
and ono from Lead, South Dakota, as
being In tho accredited class.
Requirements for admission are that
they be four-year schools, hayo live
teachers besides the sunerintendont.
require thirty points of work, instruc-
tors to teacn only six periods a day,
and that the attendance shall not ex
ceed thirty pupils per teacher. Upon
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