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If any ono thinks thoro wns graft
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ado plenso okamlne tho report of tho
rlialrmnn und explain how It hupponed!
Tho University of NebrnBkn 1h fifth
In point of enrollment among the stato
universities of tho country. It stuudB
eighth in total income and thirteenth
in Bttlarlew of professors. When liiBti
tutions iiko Kansas, Colorado, Cul
Ifornln, Aransas and Michigan pay
higher Balaries than v wo do some
thing is wrong. Wait until tho next
generation gets control and that
won't bo very long either.
Nebraska ought to congratulate It
self on tho uddltion of Dean Fordyco
to tho fnculty of tho University. Hero
If you have not paid your subscription, please
let the matter have your early attention. $1,00
for second semester. Office open daily 2 toJ5,
room 7 Administration building. : : : :
Is a man -who appreciates tho oppor
tunity to develop a college of educa
tion jri this institution and with such
foresight, ho possesses tho ability and
determination to reallzo his hopes.
Support your basket-ball team by &o
ing to the games. If you don't dance
come Friday night and show tho man-
- agemont that a game can be carried
on without a dance. It has been do
elded not to havo a .dance after the
game Friday night. Kansas han won
' eight games since tholr defeat at the
hands of the Cornhuskors. Tho Jay
hawkers had about, seven hundred stu
dents at the KausaB-Nobraska gamo.
Why can't we do that, well at 'the. last
homo, game of the season?
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f The hest nnd bravest story of col
lege life 1b that .of the self-made man.
Of'lho crpp of men 'turned out of Har
vard Yale,-Princetbn and overy state
Institution -tho country over, from one-
"" fifth to one-third are men who havo
practically earned their entire ex
ponsep through t 'school. Theso men
for their labor and sacrifice and un
conquerable pluck deserve the np
plause and' sympathy of good people
"'"W' niflona havj; ffllrlv i H TT ftnrt.f 11gg n Of II
louriicftHhnt Institutions' of higher fedu-
canon are not iot mo ncn aione. An
extended period of prosperity, how-
overtime somewhat .concealed jthese
Helf-reliant and ambitious students.
Uitt the day of the aelfmndo Btudent lu
not over. It is young-people llko theso
who will coustituto the backbone of the
cltl.liiHhip of the future, young people
who have equipped themselves for tho
temptations and opportunities and
duties of life. All honor to tho man
or woman who has the character to
forego the pleasures of younger days
and earn hlB own way by persevering
hard work. k
Y. MC. A. Convention.
The University of Nebraska was rep
rtsonted at tho twenty-eighth annual
State Y. M. C. A. convention at Nor
folk by thirteen delegates and the
School of Agriculture by five delegates.
Tho total representation by delegates
from tho various city, rallroud and stu
dent associations wus over two hun
dred thus making fho largest conven
tion within tho last ten years. Dur
ing the day the convention met In tho
Methodist church and the evening sos
Bions were held In the opera house in
order to furnish accommodations for
citizens who wished to attend.
In addition to transacting the usual
amount of routine business, a num
ber of Hplendld addresses were deliver
ed by the following men:
President Turner, of Hastings. Col
lege, "The Young Man, of Our'Square."
Dr. J. W. Conley, of Omaha, on "Tho
Call of the Young Man."
Dr. Frank L. Loveland, of Omahu,
on "Tho Art of Seeing Things."
Mr. A. J. Elliott, International stu
dent Y. M c- A- secretary for tho
middle West on, "The Association
and the Student."
Saturday evening a half-hour of the
program was given to the student dole
gutea who used it by giving their re
spective college songs and yells. Only
three of the schools represented had
songs to tho same tuno as our Scarlet
Tho delegates were entertained by
the Norfolk citizens, but thoy all took
dinner and supper together in one of
the large halla of the qity. The busi
ness mon served theso two meals in
a very creditable manner.
The convention aroused much en-.
thuslasm in the- city And at tho close
eighteen of the leading business men
met to plan and organize a campaign
to secure funds for tho erection of a
$.p0,000 Y. M. C. A. building.
The Nebraska delegates will give ro
forts of the convention at the tegular,
We Jnesday meeting of the Y. ,M. C. Ju
AH- University men are invited .to"
Am6s In Basket-Ball.
Ames Is .branching" out in athletics
by adding basket-ball to their liBt of
teams." ; They ploy their first game
Thursday night against Kansas Uni
versity? This 4s just tho night before
Nebraska meets tho Jayhawkers,
The Harvard Medical School"
With tho completion of- the now buildings, which were dedicated Scp--tomber
25tn,' 1906 this 6hool now has facilities' and equipment for teach;-
lug and research In tho various hmnnhoiinf lnndlr.lnn nrobnhlv unonualod
t In this country. Of thd flvo building, four aro devoted ,'entlrcly to lab-
uruiory icacning ana rcscarcn. numerous nospitais nnoru "aounaanc op
c portunltlcs for clinical Instruction In mcdlclno und, surgery. ,
COUR8E FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D. , n'
A four years' course, open to bachelors of .arts,' literature!, .pliilosonhV
or sclonco, nnd to persons of equivalent' standing, leads to, thovaoin,eeofCli.'
D. Tho studies of the fourth year are wholly elective; thoy Include labora
tory subjects, goncral mcdlclno, goneial surgery and tho special clinical
Tho n'oxt school year extends from October 1, 1008, to Juno 24, 1009.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For dotnllcd announcement and ca taloguo, address
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Medical Convocation. Address by
Prof. Russel H. Chittenden.
8-00 p. m.
Annual address before Sigma XI.
Thursday, February 20.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Freshman class meets.
, Friday, February 21.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22 m
7:30 p. m. University Hall 102.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs Kansas.
Friday, February 28.
Gorman Club play.
Friday, March 13.
Tho Yale academic seniors have dis
carded the honor system ns tried in
tho classroom and at examinations
and havo voted to return to tho old
faculty monitor system.
Columbia mechanical engineering
students will hereafter bq required to
(lit six weeks of summer school work.
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