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THE DAILY NEBRASKAIN
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Faculty notices antl University bulletins
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Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March 3.
Tho Junior Promonado, tho social
ovent of University circles, takes placo
Friday evening, February 21st. This
is an affair that all who can should
attend. It is tho first and largest for
mal function of the University classes
and is a gathering of tho most repre
sentative men and women of our big
school. Como out and show your class'
and Univorslty 'spirit.
It Is understood that the day given
to the Senior class as a substitute for
sneak day is not to intorfero with tho
proposal of having a full holiday on
Ivy Day, as presented to the Senior
olass at its last meeting. These two
occasions aro entirely separate. Now
that the Board of Regents has boon
liberal enough to give us one day, it is
If you have not paid your subscription, please
let the matter have your early attention, $1.00
for second semester. Office .open daily 2 to 5,
. room 7 Administration building, : : :
tlmo, fotvUio class of '08 to ask a sec
ond djRr In order to institute tho cus
tom of having anlnterclass field meet
and picnic in addition to the usual
rather dull exercises of Ivy Day. Re
sponsible members of the faculty havo
promised to Becure a full holiday for
this purpose. Why not take them up?
Tho deans of women of the various
universities of tho West havo decided
that Intercollegiate basket-ball games
for tho girls aro unadvisablo, This
sentiment seems to bo prevalent of
lato amonc nearlv all oniiotro fnmiitina
It ,1b not because of any deBlro to dis
courage basket-ball for girls, but be
cauBo trlpB are considered improper
under tho most favorable circum
stances and tho necessary loss of tlmo
has had a bad effect upon tho stand
ings of tho women who play. The lat
ter reason would not seem to apply bb
strongly to women as to men.
Minnesota authorities havo insti
tuted two very Interesting investiga
tions. Tho first Is to discover whether
tho average student is overworked,
the second is to find; out whether the
faculty is overworked. No doubt thoy
will find no difficulty in getting plenty
of evidence If thoy only consult the
parties in question. To some these
complaints aro ovlilonco ofr thoj fact
that people about such institutions are
not overworked. If professors and stu
dents are overworked IUIb thoir own
fault, oven though they are getting
small returns 'for thoir labor.
President Roosevelt again denies
that he is desirous of securing tho
nomination for a third term, and yot a
good many leaders continue to urge
his name for tho presidency. Perhaps
thiB is a Bafo political move. When
tho delegates got to tho convention it
will bo an easy thing to And out how
strong this sontlmont Is. ,Then there
will bo an opportunity for tho leading
men in the .party to swing things to
'whatever candidate is in tho lead on
tno homo stretch. The people cannot
nominate their own candidates so long
as this semi-dark horse method is con
tinued. Nobody is contributing anything but
Jokes to the CorhhUBker. These are
all right, but think what a good Btory
with your name appended would do
for your own advertisement and for
the publication of your class and"
school. People will read your Jokps
and never understand them unless
they are personally acquainted with
tho party In question, but- a good car
toon can be appreciated by everyone
and is enjoyable after the first perusal
of. the book.
Several of the senior engineers are
helping to run the test on the pump
ing engines at the A street station to
day. Tho price paid by the city for
the apparatus will depend on the re
sults of this test. The company get's
a bonus for every million gallons
pumped pjr thousand pounds of steam
over the guarantee and gives a for-
felturo for every million gallons that
it falls bolow tho guarantee.
According to the results of the teat
run last year tho city would havo to
pay practically nothing for the ap
paratus, but the company is tb bq given
another chance to make good.
Professor Richards designed the
plant and represents the city at the
The experience that a student gets
In a test of this kind Is very useful and
at tho same time Interesting to him.
Ho gets a chance to soo the principles
that ho has boon studying put Into
After a lapse of about four years, a
herd of sheep will again bo maintained
at tho State Farm. Professor Smith
having recently purchased representa
tives of the more Important breeds
Merino, Hampshire, Shropshire, and
Cotswold from various parts of .this,
state. TheBe will be used for the ad
vanced classes In stock judging.
In order to completo registration all
students muqt return their class slips
to tho Registrar's Office.-l 'This must
be dono this week,
. .W,t,l,t.ho completion of tho now buildings, which wore dedicated Sep
tember 26th, 190C, thlsK school now has facilities and equipment for toach
njf and research In tho various branches of mcdlclno probably unoqualed
in this country. Of tho five buildings, four aro devoted entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals nfford 'abundant op
portunities for clinical Instruction In mcdlclno and surgery. w
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M..D.
A four years course open to bachelors of nrta, literature, philosophy
or science, and to porao.is of equivalent standing, leads to tho degreo of M.
p. rho studies of tho fourth year aro wholly elective: they Include labora
tory subjects, goneral medicine, gonotnl surgery nnd tho- special1' clinical1
The next school year extends from October 1, 1908, to Juno 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission. ..
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
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CAPITAL GROCERY m&6l485 H Street
Thursday, February 20.
11:00 a. m. Memorial Hall.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
Friday, February 21.
BaBkeC-ball, Nebraska vs. Kansas.
Saturday, February 22
7:30 p. m. University Hall 102.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Basket-ball, Nebraska vs Kansas.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Jefferson Club meeting. Address by
Riohard L. Metcalfe, "Politics and
Friday, February 28.
German Club play.
Friday, March 13.
Meeting of Jefferson Club, Saturday
at 8:00 p. m., at the Temple. Richard
L. Metcalfe and Mayor Brown will
speak. t Mr. Metcalfe speaks on "Poll
tics, and Politicians." Tho public Is
cordially Invited to bo present
Lost A ladies' gold watch, between
Fourteenth and R and Twelfth and S
streets. Finder leave at Nebraskan
office and receive reward.
HERE'S A "SNAP!" An Al founda
tlon pen new, self-filling, 25 per cent
discount Inquire at Nebraskan office.
.Matt's place Pool and cigars Old
Heidelberg, 1,46 No. Eleventh stroet
The best placo to eat In town Is at
Dons. Cafe 114 So. Eleventh street.
Dr. Chas. Youngblut, dentist, 202
Burr Bile. S
Dr. Hill, Dentist, 233 So. Eleventh.
Chnpln Bros., florists, 127 Se. 12th.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
ORDER YOUR PUHCH at FOLSOM'S
Also everything in tho vay of cakes, plea, y
candioa and icos. Hot Chocolato with WhipDecLn
Cream after tho show.
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