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' SIDE I88UE8.
Now that tho examinations for the
Serilor'-s seventh semester nro over
he breathes a sigh of relief. Tho rest
of his work "V111 bo down hill Bled
ding; If there is a noticeable slacken
ing' In his .class, work we nil suspicion
him of having worked for a Phi Beta
Kappa. Such surplcions, howovor,
arunot always well founded. It may
be his purpose is to dovoto his last
semester to some other things besides
strictly class work, ihoro are many
lines in which, ho may direct his
energies; If ho hasn't dono athletic
work it is high time that he should
take a semeptor of light work and got
out for base ball or track; If he has
never been to a social event of his
clnsB his education will not bo com-
THE CO'- O IP
Will Fit You Out PROPERLY For: Your
Stcond Semester's Work
plote without a little of this the last
semester; if he hasn't found out
where the books outsido of his own
courses aro located over. In the library
. stack room, hi might take time to do
that too. ThlB is advice for seniors,
and fortunately wo have very few
grinds among us, , .
Fror underclassmon: Now that you
have your work all outlined for tho
semester, count tho number, of errors
you have made in the fore, Can, you
do everything you have planned 'and
do it wollT And in making the calcu
lation discount your estimate of tlmo
by about twenty-flvo por qent. There
' aro few who couldn't carry eight
een hours work easily If it were not
for' distractions that use up their, time
and. do the student practically no good..
This is not to discourage '"side issues"
if taken with the Intention of? deriving
jnefK th'efqfrom", but the VoatOBt
vboitteht comesoih having hoIme to
stick, yfath a task for a long siege. If
. you" have registered for full bcIoojJ
-wor.K tna is a good thing, but before
mu uuiuuBier Keib uny lunuer unuer
way, tiraw, one or two of those "irona"
otitof.ihe fire.. , . .
H. W.' Caldwell
The President's Special Message. ,
Convocation, Tuesday, February '4.
At'tno last examination one of the
Filipino student handed. in .apaper
so tllatingtilsned fbr itk accurp.(o and;
pure English as to calTfBrtn the re
mark from his professor that many
foreigners learn In a few years to use
English better than tho avorago Amer
ican student. 'There, 1s ''a vasf differ
ence between speaking a language and
being a student of its correct use.
The Interciass At$fletici36tarav met
Friday afternoon to arrange for" the
interclass contests yet to be held. The
matter of excluding Freshmen from
those contests was again taken 'Up.
It will bo remembered that tho
Freshmen were excluded from the
fodtball games in the fall and .they
we're not to be allowed to participate
in any line of InterclaSB athletics.
The Freshmen were not satisfied
with this .course and. annealed to the
Athletic Board of tne University In
the matter. Dr. Bollfori nnd Manager
Eager were present at the meeting
Friday and' it" was suggested by Dr.
Bolton that tho class board recon
sider t h di r l fl r s t ml lng.
A committee "composed of men
from the three tipper classes was ap
pointed to confer with the Athletic
Board of the University about 'any
change In existing rules.
Intorclnss basketball games ' are
soon to bo started.' - .
Regular moeting of tho Unl. Chem
istry Club in Chem. Lecture Room
Wednesday ovening, February 5, at 8
Prof. C. M. Heck of the Physics
Dept. will addresB the club on the
"Physical Properties of Solutions."
This is the subject of Professor Heck's
research' and the nddreBs will be of
interest and value to all interested In
Chemistry of Physics.
Mathematical Seminar. -Quite
a large number of students
attended the. Mathematical Seminar
last Saturday evening, for. Brenkd
discussed the proposed plan for fu
ture meetings, stating that each stu
dent registering "would lie 'given one
hour of credit for regular attendance
and for the presentation- of a paper
on some problem in-which ho Is 'In
A great deal of Interest is being
shown in. the seminar and already
many have signified their intention
br registering. Those expecting to be
cpmo members should register immediately.-
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I The next meeting Recurs February
lth, the third Saturday In the month,
nnd future meetings will occur regu
larly on the first and third Saturdays
of each month during the semester.
Chapln Bros., florists, 127- St. 12th.
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. M ho .oompWtlbn of tho now.ulldIng8. which wcroi dedicated ;Sep-"
tcmbcr 25th, 1006, this, school now has facilities rtnd equipment for teach
lng and rescftrch In the varloud branches of mcdlclno probably uriequaled
In this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four nro dovoted entirely to lab-
S?.!?fiipaCn,nK i.andr. wof roll. Nunxorpus hp,splUilJU.nffQrd.;, abundaivt op- .
portunltlcH for clinical Instruction In 'mcdlclno nnd surgery. ''
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. p-.
A four Vmirn' nnnran nnmi tn Itn nlmlnxo n n.n iu...... i.n ....
?-.r 8jnco: 'iPd t0. Pomona of cqulvalont standing, leads to -the 'degreevof-M
.... -,11. l ". ", y wiiuuy uiuuiivc, inoy, inciuuo laoora-
tory subjects, gonora.1 medicine, gcnotul surgery nnd tho special clinical
branches. . , a.
Tlia next school year tfxtejids frbm Ootoier 1, 1908, to June lfl'909. "' '
The diploma of University of Nebraska la accepted forv-admlsslon,' v
For detailed announcement and catalogue, nddresfl
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Bnsket-ball, Nobraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
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A selected line of valentines Just re
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