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THE PIltVi NEBRaSKAN
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9 ' THE -PROPERTY 0Fa" r
THE UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA.
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EdliorlnChlof,....,..M. AV Mills, Jr., '08
Mfttiaglnp Editor. .'...Clyde' E. Elliott, '09
Manager H. C. Robertson, '09
Ant. Manager Q. M. Wallace, '10
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for at tho rato of 10 cents ppr-inscrtion
foruveryflftooir words or fraction" thoroof.
Faculty notlcoa and. UnlVoralty bulletins
will gladly bo puouanca iroo
Entered afuio poatofnco at Lincoln,
Nobraskar as socond-clasa mall matter
underline Aot of Congress of March 8.
- THE 8UMMER 8E88ION.
Tho bulletin of tho Teachors Sob
sion of tho University of Nebraska to
bo held next summer has judt been
received from the press and Is ready
for distribution among1 .those to whom
this matter la of interest. For the
benefit of those to whose notice this
-Imager-has not been brought the fol
lowing statement of the purpose and
scope of the Summer Session Is
quoted from tho bulletin above "Sh'en,
"Tho Teachers Session of the Uril-
versity of Nebraska Is organized for
the purpose of serving the leachers
of the state at a time when they are
free from regular professional duties.
"VJth reference to this aim tho faculty
feasibility of carefully planned field"
work. , ' , . j
"Teachers who wiBh to' devote only
a portion of their time to professional
studies, will Jind, ayallabp a,,Jargu.
number of collegiate courses dlrectlyl
related to their work.'' l
Tho abovo statement in a general
way brings out the important fea
tures of the session, particulars of
which can be obtained from a caroful
perusal of the bulletin, which is avail
able at the office of tho Registrar.
Tho director of the session, Paul
Henry Qrummann, A. M., no doubt
could be applied to for any informa
tion relative to this work "which is
T.ot made clear by the bulletin. Any
student who expects to take up this
lino of work should begin to make his
8enlor Class Pin.
Tho revised '08 class pin has been
received by the pin committee and a
class meeting will bo called Thurs
day for tho purpose of the formal ac
ceptance of the pin. All seniors are
requested either to attend the class
meeting or Bee the pin, which will be
worn by one of tho committee in the
Library Wednesday and Thursday,
and the orders will bo taken Friday.
A. H. MILLER, Chairman.
The Harvard Medical School
'Wlth tho completion of tho now buildings, which were dedicated Sep
tember 25th, 1906, thin school now has facilities and equipment for teaching-"
and research In tho various branches' of mediclno probably uncqualcdi
in this country. Of tho flvo bUildlnes. four nro rlnVntorl flnHrolv tn lnh-
oratoryjrteachlng-nnd researchrHNum-crous-hospltnlff "nnorflTibundnnt op
pununiucB ior cunicai instruction in mcuicino ana Burgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF Mir D, M,i
A four ycarsT course, open to bachelors of arts, literature, philosophy
science, und to persons of cqulvalont standing, leads to tho degreoToMi'
liiv niuuiuB ui ii i u luurui vciir uro wnonv mifK-rivn: tiiav iniitinn unami
tory subjects, general medicine, genoial surgory and the- specialoluflcit
The next school year extends from October 1, 1908, "iov Juno 24,.19vy ' (
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted ft- admission.. r'
ui uouuicu uiiiiuuiiuuiiiuiil U41U IMVUUUgUO, HUUrCBB-" t- - ij-
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vj ,nrvMu MtuitAL, .school, Boston, fmi.
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With tlie opening of the second se
mester Dr. Baumgartner, Ph. D., Unl
vtrelty of Chicago, will take charge
of the Gorman classes formerly con
ducted by the lato Professor Hrbek.
BInco tho death of Professor Hrbek
the department has been searching for
someone to fill his place. For this
purpose ProfeBsorFossler attended
tho meeting of ,hey National Associa
tion of Modern Languages at Colum
buB, Ohio. It was here that he met
Professor Baumgartner. Tho depart-
Thursday, January 9.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Junior class meets.
8aturday, January 11.
Basket-ball, Muscatine vs. Nebras
ka. Informal dance.
"FrJdayv January 17
Fraternity Hall Sophomoro Hop.
Friday, January 31. ,
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Saturday, February 1.
BaBket-ball, Nebraska vs. Missouri.
Friday, February 21. '
Basket-ball, 'Nebraska vs. Kansas.
.Saturday, February 22. t,
Basket-ball, NebrasTut vs. Kansas. '
Threo passenger trains leav$ Lin
coln overy day via tho, &ls86u.i;i Pi.
clfio at 8:00 a. m., 2:80 p.Usi.'; and 10:16
p. m. Through jiullinaliBleeper for
Kansas City Jaaves -eVery night at
10:15 p. m'"Tho day express for Kan
sas City aiulSt LOuls leaves at 8:00
a. m. 'For f8H; information regarding
rates, connections ' etc., call at city
ticket office, southwest corner Twelfth
and O streets. Depot, corner Ninth
RJESULT S T ELL!
fiMAI. UMi ill!
f Wt claim to ba tho baat CTjICANFTRfl an1 DYTCRS in TJnyiln.siitl am.
Mre to prove it Our methods aro tho VERY LATEST and our work-
Wt clean tho -finest dresses and robes without dangor of -faaing or
'ihrlnking in ahy Way. e-also olean gontlomen's clothing of all kinds.
Goods called1 for and delivered. AM goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
altorlng and repairing. -
CALL OR WRITE-FOR PRICE LI8T.
Phn Ball 147
1320 N STREET, LINCOLN, NEB. Phone Auto 1292
has been selected with due regard to
successful experience fn teaching as
well as broad academic preparation.
"A complete set of courses for
teachers who aro preparing for exami
nations for the professional certificate
and for thoso who arev preparing to
teach pedagogy in tho high school,
is offered under tho supervision of
Inspector A. A. Reed, associate diroc-
"The demand for teachers proficient
in manual training, domostlo science,
agriculture, and physical education Is
so ' great at present that ample pro
vision has been made for those sub
jects ,Tho equipment of the Univer
sity makes It possible to offer courses
r ? of speclaLvalue In theso branches.
.A'.Tho broader cultural needs of
Steachera will be met In a number pf
" ways. -a, ,A., dally , convocation will bq
Arfdat wiiBUbjects of 'general In
terest antU genpral educational toplcB
will be 'discussed, by sneakers of spe
cial qualifications. J Four courses of
.- special lectures will be -given on Sat
r rur.ay-mornlngs, open to-all who liavo
" jWjpfterefi. "-Fiyo-i educational oxcu
. slisn charge of experts, bavd'b&Qn
afraagd In order to demonstrate the
ment feels that It may be congratu
lated on the addition to Its faculty.
The .Department of Rhetoric has
frequent calls for members of Its
cluBsea who can entertain by reading.
Last Saturday evening Miss Bonnie
Adams responded to a requost made
by a lecture bureau and appeared .at
Malcolm, where' she furnished tho en
tertainment. lje was -accompanied
by MIsb Llnderman, .who, played the
piano for the numbers requiring a
A special ba.xjng class will meet at
tho Armory atT:G0 Thursday even
ing. F. R. Wedge, ex-woltorwelght
champion of the west, now a student
at this University, will conduct the
or. will superintend the work. Thfv
ciaBs. jacic nest, tire yeteran train
size of tho class will-lie limited. Stu?
dents are requested to hand In their
names to Jack BesraTmrce;
Special Rates Via Wabash Railroad.
The Wabash have on sale dally
round trip tickets to all the winter
resorts of tho south New Orleans,
Gulf Coast points, 'Florida, Cuba, West
Indies, etc., etc. For descriptive book
lets, rates, time table and all informa
tion atldross Harry E. Moores, G. A.
P. D., Wabash R. R., Omaha, Neb.
Ladies and -Gontloraenr-jlfi in
tho market for a now typewriter
or desiring to rent one. we ,
jronld; bo glad to Mare, our sales- '
" Tnan "all and" dooBtrate XkxiV
visible Underwood.- 'Tours ri.
speptfully, ,i V -i
714 P St.
J r t a fi - aft
' Dancing Scheel
Class nighiST-Advanced, , Monday
Beginners, Wednesday and 8a(UirdMyr'
Social night Friday. Prlvsrclata
every afternoon. Most bcajWiruhhaill
in Lincoln. New loeatlofti.1124 N
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The Chemical Club will, meet Wed
nesday evening in tho Chemical Loc-
"Methods ol Iron Ore AanalyslB, and
C. J. Frankfortor will talk on "Chem
istry at the University of Minnesota."
According to official figures given
out by tho registrar, Harvard has few
er students enrolled this year than in
1906. The total last year was 3,774,
against 3,742 this year, a falling off
Smith College has 1,450 women this
year, the largest enrollment In its
history. The freBhman clnsB was lim
ited, to 460 this year, and no now stu
dents wore accepted after August 1.
Lost A European history note book
and. Source. JuBt before vacation.
Finder will confer favor by leaving at
Emll Waukeska, Oklahoma, has
been chosen captain of the Carlisle
Indian football team for the season
of- 1908; . - :-
Burr Blk. '"
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phiiahtnrdpist, who was left $1,000,000
and charitable organizations.
The best place to eat In town Is at
Dons Cafe J.14 -so. ujieventh street.
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