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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1907)
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WHERE THE V ALL TEACH
W. H. Smith, '00, who h&B beea
teaching the past year at Daykin, and
who has had tho opportunity of re
maining offorod to him, viBitod the
Maud Emo'rson, '06, will teach at
TocuniHoh next year.
Cora M. Day will teach at Centralia,
Leigh S. Krake, '07, teacheB at Yank
ton, South Dakota.
Amelia I. Motzger, '07, will teach at
Alma D. BrickBon, '06, goes from
Pawnoe to Oakland.
Sallna Farnsworth will teach science
Jessie Farnsworth, '06, will teach in
the Wakefield High School.
Lota Stettor, '06, teaches at McCook.
Margaret Hannah '07, teaches at
Alice Swanson, '06, goes from Fair
burg to Hebron.
R. E. Dale, '05, is roelected at Loup
Ada R. Gibson, '05, goes from Albion
to Seward High School.
Ellon H. Frankish goes from Lincoln
Academy to Blair.
Anna Krumbach, '07. will teach at
Odeth B. EdwardB, '05, is re-elected
LilllaTn B. Cole, '07, will teach in
Olfadron High School.
Mabel A. Dayton, A. M., '04, teaches
at Holdrege next year.
Eddith L. Haggard, '04, teacheB at
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The following is a communication
received from the Y. W. C. A. regard
ing something or another not exactly
clear to most people:
Perhaps you have noticed a decided
drop in temperature? It Is said' the
Y. W. C. A. thermometer is at zero,
too, but the weather prophet predicts
a rise in temperature.
Monday, May 20, it 1b predicted a
slight change will bo noticed.
Tuesday, May 21. Fair and some
Wednesday. Sudden rise.
.Thursday. Boiling point.
It is predicted tho thermometer will
reach 800 in the shade, Friday, May
Watch these dates to see if tho
weather prophet is any good.
The Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass.
With the completion of tho new buildings, which were dedicated Septem
ber 25th, 1906, this school now has facilities and equipment for teaching fcd
research in the various branches of medicine probably unsurpassed in this
country. Of the five buildings, four are devoted entirely to- laboratory
teaching and research. The numerous hospitals of Boston afford abundant
opportunities for clinical instruction in medicine and surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four years' course, open to bachelors of art, literature, philosophy or
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Tho studies of the fourth year are wholly elective; thqy Include laboratory
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Among the valuable relics recently
received by the Historical Society was
tho key to the old block house of Ne
braska City. That building, long
singe destroyed, once served to pro
tect the few pioneers-of early eastern
Nebraska. Mrs. Caroline Morton, the
owner of tho key, has permitted the
Historical Society to keep It till she
wishes it again.
Another relic from Nebraska City
1? a hand-made spike taken from one
of the first buildings of that place.
This spike, which was made in Ne
braska City, was used in the building
Of Majors & Waddell, early fre)gb,t
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