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under the Act of Conpress of March 3.
The exorcises In chapel today avo
significant not only bocauso they are
the first of the kind over hold at this
University, but because they mark the
beginnings of a great movement
among the educational Institutions of
tho country for the promotion of sen
timent in favor of international con
ciliation. Many of the most promi
nent educators of the country are tak
ing actlvo lntorest In this work. Ly
man Abbott, Nicholas Murray Butler,
Joseph H. Choate, Seth Low, David
Starr Jordan, James Ford Rhodes, A.
D. White, and W. J. Brynn are among
BUPP, THE COATER
Tho biggest Oavanotte sale 1 over had 50 genuine
Priestly process Cravanotto Rain Coats -great big $18.00
values picked -up-this week from New York at a snap.
I will sell thorn short scalp all out in a Cffl fill
day or two for IjMUiUU
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the directors oftho American branch
oi the association.
When a movement like this readies
tho University and tho opportunity is
given for the students to get food for
reflection on so wide reaching a ques
tion, nil ought to turn out and help tho
good work along, Undoubtedly tho
students -will, go to chnpel, for Mr.
Bryan, whov will be 'the principal
speaker today, never' falls to got an
audience among the Nebraska stu
dents. The' subject on which lie Is to
speak-.Is "Arbitration vb. Force."
Those of ub who prefer hearing Mr.
Bryan on political subjects will take
'special Interest in hearing him on a
subject In which we can probably
agree with all he haB to sayM This
stibjec.t of International arbitration Ib
one on which sentiment Is all one way,
Tho only trouble 1b that there Isn't
enough sentiment. Americans have
come t6 think that such a thing as
world peace 1b an object too far re
moved to deserve much' more than
passing support. Tho evils of war to
the .great' majority of young people
nowadays are scarcely more than as
read of or photographed in the popu
lar magazines. And so when an opi
portunity like this comes, not only to
hear oiir distinguished citizen, but to
contribute In" however small a way to
tho peace movement, wo do it with
the utmost willingness. It is predict-
pd that by three minutes after eleven
there will not be standing room left
In the chapel.
Tho Cornell Dally 8un urges tho
establishment of a chapter of Tau
Beta Pi at Cornell. Although the In
stitution nt JUhnca has come to rank
as -one of the foremost technical
schools in the country no chapter of
tho honorary engineering . fraternity
has Tbund a placo there.
Yule oHlclals refused tho use of the
university dining hall for the Lincoln
Day banquet at which Secretary Taft
was to speak, on the ground that tho
university could not do anything that
would look like taking sides In a polit
In tho evont that the basketball
championship remains unsettled at tho
end of the regular schedule, It Is prac
tically assured that Chicago and Wis
consin will ammge-a-rgamo to play
off the tie. After this, the 'victorious
team will accept the challenge of
Pennsylvania to play for the cham
pionship of the United States.
A now scheme for tho elimination
of roughness 'from the game of basket
ball has been proposed by Coach Jami
son of Purdue. It consists in having
a starter who 1b to do Nothing but toss
up tho ball, and then follow nil the
nlnvK with thn hall, loavlncr thn rofnrefi
to ovorseo tho Bnra0 from tho gldej
lines, so that he may be In a position
to see all of tho roughness.
Iowa is to have a new $125,000 law
building. Work will be started this
Dramatic Club Productions.
Members of the Dramatic Club gave
"Grlngolre" last Saturday afternoon In
the club room at the Temple. Only
members of the club were invited, of
which quite a number were present.
Tho play waB a success In every detail
and was enjoyed by tho audience.
"Grlngolre" 1b a charming one-act com
edy dealing with French royal life of
the Fifteenth century, and Bparkles
with wit, humor and exceedingly ro
mantic love scenes between - a rich
merchant's daughter and a common
Next Wednesday: afterjion jthe, play
will bo repeated belfore ' tho Faculty
Woman's Club, and on March 21 it
win Jie given in tho Temple heater
to the public. On the latter date other
plays will bo rendered by tho Dra
matic Club and the 'attention of tho
student body is called to these high
class amateur theatricals. Patronize
home talent. Remember the date,
, That the state of Washington could
make use of the services of 10,000
school teachers is the theory of the
State Association xt School Directors.)
The Harvard Medical School
iWitho-t!, ,S,mp!?t.,0n ?f ,tno now buildings which woro dedicated Sep
tember 2oth, 1906, this school now has facilities and equipment for teach
ng una research In tho various branches of mcdlclno probably unequalcd
In this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four nro dovotcd entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals afford abundant op
portunities for clinical .instruction In medicine and surgery. .
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four years' course, open to bachelors of arts, lltoraturc, philosophy
or sclenqo, and to porsons of equivalent standing, lends to tho degrco of M.
p. Tho studios of the fourth year ar(J wholly telcctivo;, thoy include labora-
tory subjects, general medicine, gencial surgery and tho special clinical
brunches. . t
Tho next school year extends from October 1, 1908, to Juno 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission,
tor detailed announcement and catalogue, uddrcss
HARVARD MEDICAL 8CH00L, Boston, Mass.
Wednesday Evening, March Eleven
Tickets 50c, at Registrar's Office
Friday, March 13.
Saturday, March 14.
8:00 p. m. Temple.
"Jeanne D'Arc,"' by Miss Howell.
Friday, March 20.
7: J; gfujg:
Secretary for the Y. M. C. A.
Saturday, Marhc 21.
8:00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls basket-ball. Minnesota
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p'. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Unfortunately, tho Kansas Orches
tra concert is postponed. Tho orches
tra will appear, however, at a date to
bo announced later.
Kansas City Meet.
All men interested in the KanBas
City Indoor meet will please bo at
my olllce this evening at live o'clock.
' DTI, R. G. CLAPP.
B. C. Adams, superintendent of the
Lincoln Gas and Electric Light Com
pany, will give a talk on "Lincoln
Gas" before the engineering students.
Meeting of the Inter-Class Athletic
Board, today. U.102, 7:30 p. m.
The Germanlsche Geasellschaft at
Washington will present a play In tho
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