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Convocation Laura Rhondcs, '08
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Entered at iho postofTlco at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Congress of Maroh 3,
One 1b not apt to remember In after
years tho Beperato items of ench day's
routine of classos, tho nap In History
clasB, the stuffy air In Political Econ
omy class, the volubility of tho Gor
man class, and so on nil these sink
Into a confused sub-stratum of tho
mind and as henceforth beyond in
dontlflcatlon as single events. Thoy
are meant simply to leave a certain
bulk with us, rand they do.
Those things longest and most
pleansanly remembered In one sense,
at least, are those events of such a
nature as to stand out from tho routine
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eyesight is too precious to neglect. You owe them all the attention
and care that they may need.
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distinctive. And among these aro cer
tain spcial happenings, class gather
, lng8, athletic events, camps, banquets
and the -like. Thoy aro places whero
there Is fun, pure plain fun, and a
good time remains a long time as a
The various classes soem at present
tending toward a most laudable prac
tice of giving, frequent "doings" for
the members and It should have a
great effect in drawing class members
together and giving occasion for tho
future recall of many, not merely a
few, distinctively pleasant ocaslous in
the college life.
Of 'course, there is tho possibility
of carrying such .things too far, of
making things one slnglo round of so
cial pleasure, which would be worse
' than nqne at all, but that tendency,
so far as tho class parties aro con-cornedrr-has.icertalnly
not yet reached
the danger, point at Nebraska. Any
thing which tends to cultivate a
healthy' genuine spirit of class loyalty
and Slass "fellowship may 'we'll' 1
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EVENT8 OF FORMER YEAR8.
Happenings of other days as record
ed In the Nobraskan:
Four Years Ago Today.
Tho Cornhuskor five left for Minne
apolis to meet the Minnesota Agricul
tural College and tho University.
Three Years Ago Today.
The Nebraska Ave, on their owd
floor, defeated the Badgers only by a
great effort made In tho second half,
with a final score of 25 to 22.
Farm 8tudents Have Great Trip to
Three hundred and twenty-five agri
culture students accompanied by bov-
eral of their professors left Lincoln at:
7:30 last Friday morning for tholr an
nual visit- to South Omaha where they
inspected . the packing . houses.
The various packing houses had
guides appointed td conduct tho stu
dents thru their establishments and
explain the processes of killing ani
mals and preparing the meats for the
market. Swift and Company had a
complete display of their various- pro
ducts and generously supplied tho boys
with samples of ready prepared meats.
Tho stock yards wore visited and
soveral lots of cattle judged and sor
ted. In tho evening the students were tho
guosts of the Omaha Stock Yards
company and were given a banquet
at tho Exchange dining hall. Profes
sor Smith was toast-master and the
following toasts "were responded to:
"The Educated Farmer" by E. F.
Sturgis, editor of the Twentieth Cen
"The Mutual Interests of Packers
and Stock raisers," by J. J. Ferguson,
stock buyer for Swift and company
"Chnnges In Methods ' of Handling
Stock" liy Mayor J. C. Dahlman of
Optician - 1143 0
"The Mutton Industry" by J. B.
Blanchard of Omaha.
With this excursion ended the short
agricultural course given at the State
Farm. The course began January 2,
and tho class was the largest In the
history of the Institution.
Mr. J. D. Wilson, a student of this
University some years ago, visited the
Geological Department recently, ajid
related some very interesting items
concerning his trip to British Colum
bia, from which province he has just
come. Ho was grently attracted by
the star fish there to bo found, TjoI
cause of their great size and gorgeous
colors. Ono which ho procured meas
ured four feet, nine inches across. Mr.
Wilson hopes to make a trip there next
year and, if 'possible, to secure speci
mens of these fish for the Museum.
You would not be ashamed to send
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Convocation. Rev. Lewis Cf. Wilson
of Boston, Mass.
Basket-ball practice, 4:00 p. m.
Sophomore basket-ball practice, 4:00
Track athletic practice, 4 : 00 p. m.
Piano recital by Miss Archibald, 8:00
p. m., Mem. Hall.
Innocents meet at Phi Kappa Psi
house, 8:00 p. m.
Conv6catlon. Chancellor W. P.
Aylsworth of Cotner University,
Annual banquet of Y. M. C. A., 8:45
p. m., in Lindell Hotel.
Freshman Informal, 8:30 p. m., Mem.
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Richard L.
Metcalf, "Measuring Men."
Sixth Students' Recital of School of
Music, 8:00 p. m. sharp. Mem.
Recital, 'Marjorle Anderson, 8:00 p
m., Mem. Hall.
Convocation, 5:00 p. m. Prof. E. L.
Hinmap, "Science and Idealism."
Non Com Hop, 8:30 p. m. Fraternity
Convocation, 11:00 a. m. Professor
- Pound, "Early English. Manu
Vacation begins, 6 p. m.
Nebraska-Wisconsin debate, Mem.
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