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THEJUNIVHB81TY OF NEBRASKA.
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AHHodato Editor Clydb E. Elliott,
MnnriKlng Editor A. E. Long,
AthlotlcH '.HurIi W. Crate,
aonoml,NowH ...Stunrt P. Dobbs,
Ttovlows.' .Oortrudo Mooro,
Convocation Laura Rhondoo,
AHHlstant Athletics. Miller 8, Benedict,
ABHt. Oon. Nowb Sidney O. Evnns,
Departmental.... Paul R. Butler, '07
J. C. Elder, 07
any Montgomery, '10
W. E. Standovcn. '07
Alexandor J. Dunlap,
C. C. Hickman. '07
Btifilnqflfl jMhmiKcr.... Byron E. Yodor,
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Faculty notices and Unlvoralty bulletins
will gladly bo published free.
.Entered at tho pontofllco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, na second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress 'of Maroh 3,
Tho next Issue will contain tho first
of what, It Id hoiiotl, will bo it
series of short stories and poems to ho
contributed by people In THE Univer
sity of Nebraska, ns Professor Bes
soy avers It Is logally to be termed.
(That, by tho way, Is tin Interesting
point. When tho legislature passed
tho bill In 1809 providing for a state
unlvoralty, It votod tho namo should
bo Tho University of Nebraska, so
tho article la never properly dropped.)
Now, as for these contributions, It
is hoped that they shall bo flrst and
always from tho students, If possible.
suitable for literary' treatment, or who
hns some composition already at hand,
that the Nebrnskan bo allowed to pub
lish' it. And the suggestion might not
be out of placo that for tho first time,
at least, you do not attempt a "Para
dise Lost." It looks easy, but, alas, it
EVENTS OF FORMER YEARS.
Happenings of former years as re-
corded In tho Nebrnskan: ,
Five Years Ago Today. J
Charter Day exercises wore held In
General Black delivered the address
in tho evening.
Two Years Ago Today.
Charter Day exorcises as usual.
Alpha Theta Chi won tho Inter-frator-nlty
AN INTERESTING FIND.
Metalflc Crucifix May Have Belonged
to Spanish Friar In 1542.
E. E. Dlackman of tho State His
torical Socloly Museum yesterday be
came greatly Interested In a small
metallic crucifix shown him by A. A.
Nielsen, a student in tho Engineering
department. The crucifix was recent
ly found burled with a skeleton un
earthed by N. C. Sasso, near Orleans,
Harlan county, Nebraska.
The particular feature that makes'
this discovery especially interesting
is that somewhere In this region Is the
placo whore Padllla, .tho first Spanish
friar and mlslonary In western
United States, was killed by tho In
dians In 1542. "It is highly probable,"
says Mr. Blackmail, "that tho skeleton
and crucifix inny bo those of the fa
Mr. Blackman will consult with
some of tho local priests to see If the
cross enn bo Identified with those
worn by friars In Padllla's tlmo. There
Is ovldenco that tho cross was worn
by ono whoso vocation demanded him
to take his life in his hand, as there
is near tho foot of tho cross a small
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Got it at tho Uni Book' Store.
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ON A SUNDAY 'AFTERNOON
AFTER THE DANCE .
The .Ensign Omnibus .and
For. Good, Frompt
There should bo more of n general In
terest among tho student body In the
matter of composition and anything
which will foster such lnterpst can
not fall to benefit. Gonorally, wo are
careless of 'our BngllBh, and to see
some of ho compositions of Univer
sity students would bo a revelation,
' laughable, but certainly not ploaslng.
Further, tho story or poem will touch
preferably, but not necessarily, on
some phaso of college life or work, it
will contain, hereafter, not, more than
eight hundred words, and imay or may
not have tho writer's name attached,
provided tho editors aro made ac
quainted with the authorship.
Theso will bo published not every
day, nor ovQry week, but simply once
In a while. So", not ,any groat numbor
of contributions will bo needed, but
the more there are submitted, tho
greater likelihood is there of tho ap
pearance of good material in tho pa
per, Let us' request, then, of every
onelwho has over thought-of. a subject
bas-relief of a skull. At the top of
tho cross aro three letters, apparently
"N. B. L" In explanation of which
Mr. Blackman could offer no sugges
tion. If tho crucifix can bo Identified as
ono of those worn in tho time of Pa
dllla, there Is littlo doubt but that
tho priest's skeleton has been found.
There is, however, a possibility that
tho missionary distributed "crucifixes
among his converts, In which case the
presont relic might have belonged to
an Indian. Mr. Blackman will make a
trip to Orleans next summer for tho
purpose of examining tho skeleton to
determine whether it is that of a white
man or an Indian.
Tho skeleton was found In a sitting
posture, with the cross resting on tho
sternum, Just below tho chin, indicat
ing that it was suspended by a thread
about tho sneck.
As the grave aof. tho martyred Pa
dllla' has for centuries been sought by
Catholics of tho country, this discov
ery will probnbly lead them to make
a careful Investigation on this clue.
To The Ladies:
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receiving dally New 8pring Goods, and. ask you to call and Inspect
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a few. J
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During tho past week wo have received a representative lino of our
Spring Dress Goods. Tho patterns are in Checks, Broken Plaids
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Light Brown and Reseda. Black and White or Cream will bo a
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