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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1906)
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THE UNIVER8ITY JOURNAL.'
"Caruso, Malba, Sembrick,
Gadskl, Pattl, Campanari,
Tamagno, Earns, Plancon.
Those great anil lnnstorfnl art
ists will bo hoard in Lincoln tins
wintor. Thoy lmvo snug for tlio
Victor Talking fnclilno, and wo
hiivo records of thorn. . Wo
would bo plchsod to play for yon.
Prices 10c to S1.00Holl on pay
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Latest Issue of Faculty Publication
Contains Valuable, Information.
Tlio December Inane of the Unlvor
Mlty Journal has mndo Its nppearanco
and will Hoon be ready for gonoral dis
trlbution. The' Journal contains many
articles of unusual merit 'and much
! University news of general Interost.
The leading contribution is an article
from tlio pen of Chancellor E. Benja
min Andrews oil the subject of "Real
Ism In Education." Dr. Andrews dis
cusses tho nature and effects of real
ism In a scholarly and helpful manner.
Professor Lnckey continues his in
terostlng record of the whercabountB
and occupation of holders of the Uni
versity tuaclior'a certificate.
"Nebraska' for Nobraskans" Is. the
title of nn historical article by Prof.
4C. E. Peralngor. It deals with the
work of the pioneer and tho early ter
ritorial development of the stnto.
A statoniont of the. changes h tho
control and the editorial staff ot the
Daily Nobraskan forms the basis of n
short article." ' " "
Prof. John E. Aliny makes some ox
collont suggestions to secondary
j teachers of Physics on experiments
dealing with the Inertia of mattor and
The members of the University Bo
tanical Seminar aro given a personal
write-up which shows strikingly the
efficiency of the department of Botany.
"Normal Preparation for Music
Teachers" is the subject of an article
sotting forth tlio nature of musical
normal training and showing Its wide
Prof. M. M. Fogg writes ah account
of tho formation of the new Contral
Debating Circuit of America the larg
est debate loague in the country of
which Nebraska Is a member. Pro
fessor Fogg explains the working of
the league and tho method of debate
preparation at Nebraska.
Professor Hodgeman's article on
"Accredited Schools" is full or Inter
lost lug notes on conditions -in Nebras
ka's secondary schools.
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EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of other days as re
corded In Tho Nobraskan:
Five Years Ago Today.
; The studonts at a meeting In chapel
j signified their desire to have Coach
, Booth remain. Chancellor Androws
j spoke in favor of him.
The athletic board 'awardod fifteen
1 Four Years Ago Today.
Proprietors of carriage lines com
bined to raise hack rates. Students
'threatened to boycott them.
Three Years Ago Today.
Dean Pound appointed the judges
for practise courts.
Two Years Ago Today.
The Mlnhesoti Daily placed ..Benedict
at right end and Bonder at right half
on tho s'ocoml all western olevon.
One Year Ago Today. '
Tho Sonlor class pins arrived.
Waterman Fountain Pens
Carried In Town.
Meet me at
See Our English Tobaccos
Where Can I Get a HacK?
At the Forbes Stables, of covrse
I WHEN A STIMENT WANTS
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or isntomoiogy nas an article in a re
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entitled, "A Report on Some Gnato
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