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under the Act of' Congress of March S.
All who attended the peace exor
cises yesterday morning (were
clses yesterday morning were well re
payed for their time and attention.
Professor Caldwell, the originator of
the" movement, had arranged a pro
gram which proved to bo the most on
poyable and beneficial convocation ex
erclsoB yet hold this year. While
each speaker was listened to with the
greatest interest, J. M. Swenson, the
representative of the student body,
.was accorded the most enthusiastic
applause. Air. Swenson's talk on the
University aa an exponent of peace
W &? fcsst OANBRS and DYHR8 intLincola and are,
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i th bast that money cam- ieoure. '
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fcriBklns in any way. We also lean gentlemen's slothing of all kinds.
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"was "of especial interest to his audi
ence, jipjt only because they are proud
of the man who could so ably set forth
the principles of peace but because his
subject was of direct . interest to the
-audience of. University students.
' Educational institutions rightfully
lead in movements 'of this kind, The
Nobel prize awarded the last time to
President Roosevelt, was glvn the
previous time for a 'book entitled.
"Ground Arms," writte n by the Baron
ess Von Suttner of-Atretria. This
prize is one of several given for work
along educational lines. The educa
tors dli over the country who are tak
ing ihe lead in urging arbitration are
again evidence of the close relation
which the whole matter bears to edd-
' cation. The peace movement is an
educational movement and among
"young' students is the best field for the
'"development oja sentiment which, in
time will grow into a practical solu
tion of the question!? Young men 'and
jyonien who have come to the Univer
sity always want to bo oh the side of
-( It' sometimes happens that 'imma
ture judgment puts them pn the wrong
Side 'of a question, but the heart of
the student body is always right On
the r question of international Wbn
trntion there can be no difference of
opinion. The knowledge or history,
their-natural enthuslastriior all that
is right and the very purposes to
which" their ny,erf"aro devoted makes
the" "unlvorsityMJtudent' body the rlghV
ful olai.mants.to first attention in the
attempt to creato sentiment for peace
-and Justice and he square deal be
tween nations as well as. individuals.
Someone may think that ho has
found in the exercises yesterday morn
ing a justification of tho old arguments
against military drill at the Universi
ty. Not. at all. No one has predicted
an immediate cessation of. all hostili
ties either International or internal.
Wo will need militia for some time
yet, Just as wo need police. That
"the Best way to maintain peace is
to be prepared for war" is still true.
All that can be dono at tho present
time is to do as Mr. Bryan has sug
gested, take the initiative in offering
to investigate and arbitrate differences
with any country howovor groat or
small. And if this is not good ethics In
the mind of the diplomat down at
Washington, it looks good to the Ne
Should Bryan Be President?
"Should Bryan Be tho Next Presi
dent of the United Stntes?" is tho
question which is to bo debated in
RhetorlclG, at two o'clock this after
noon in U 100, by Ross W. Batos, '09;
Elmer W. Hills, '08; Fred N. Thomas,
'08 and George W. White. Professor
George E. Howard will preside and
join with Professor Fogg in criticising
the debate from three until four
o'clock. The debate will be open to
the college public.
Cornell loses two captains because
of deficiency in studies. The .captains
of track and cross country teams have
been permanently barred from univer
sity competition because of failure In
examinations, and cannot compete for
the school again, even If re-admitted
to the"sch"ool on probation.
The engineering society will I'peet
tonight at 7:30 in Science Hall ojf the
Templo building. B, C. Abbot, of the
Lincoln Gas and Electric Company,
will talk on "Lincoln Gas." It is sin
cerely hoped that every. engineer wifi
take. Interest enough in this meeting
to bo present The talk will be fol
lowed by a business meeting,
Illinois has commenced plans, for
the big annual high Bchool event, the
"Interscholastlc," to bo held- this
spring at Illinois. Leading features
of the program at this time will be a
student circus containing many sensa
tionals. One of the two memorial windows
ordered by the Chi Psi fraternity at
Cornell has already been placed in
the chapel in' remembrance of the -men
who lost their lives by the burning of
the chapter house, a year ago.
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mi!Motf., in?p!?Von ?f .thc ne? bulJd,n?8- wh,ch wcro dedicated Sop-
iHnLi2".'..1 iB1 u B2h00 noinL has facllTtlCB and equipment for teach-
ng and research 1 in- tho"Varlousijranchcs ofmedlclneprobably -ttneaualed
In this country. Of tho five buildings, four aro devoted entirely" fcr lab-
SStSSiH-SrllLiiMtW?;! V"101"0?.8. "ospitala nfford abundant t op
portunities for Clinical Instruction In medicine and surgery: J ' '
CouMt?Fort THc-DEanee OF--M. 'D,'- -- - -.
A four years' course,, open to bachelors of arts, literature, philosophy
or science, und to persons of equivalent, standing, leads; tq, tho deifrKf. Mi
p. Tho studies of the fourth year aro wholly elective; 'they; Include' labora
tory subjects, general medicine, gcnoial surgery and the ' special' clinical :
The next school year extends from October 1, 1008, to Juno 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For dotallcd announcement and catalogue," address1 ? f---i - .
Friday, Marc,h 13.
Saturday, March 14.
8:00 p. m. Temple.
"Jeanne D'Arc," by Miss Howell.
Frlday March 20.
7:00 p. m. Temple.
A. J. Elliott, International Students'
Secretary for the Y. M.C. A.
Saturday, Marhc 21.
8:00 p. m. Gymnasium.
Girls' basket-ball, Minnesota vs.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Chas. E. Teach, 03, principal of the
Palrbury hjgh school, was on the
campus Saturday. In the evening the
Fairbury basket-ball team dofeated
the Lincoln high school team for the
second time of the season.
"Lord" Roberts, '07, has just re
turned from Wyoming, where ho has
been working for tho Union Paclflc for
several months. He will remain in
Lincoln for some. time.
I can guarantee you good wages and,
show you how to make good at our
proposition. The King-Richardson
Co., per R. C. Grifflth, 323 No. 13.
Alumnae of the University of Michi
gan are agitating a movement for the
establishment of a residence halLJor
girls at the University.
Lost In Chemistry-building, a note
book containing two rhetoric themes.
Francis E. DInsmore.
If you want to see the swe)lest tan
oxfordsyou ever saw, drop ,In at San
derson's. Tho students of the University
Texas recently had their annual eel
bratlon of Texas Independence Day,
'which is a Toxas holiday. Mass meet
Inge and a parade were features,
Why not talce your btn at Chris'
bath house, Eleventh and P streets?
The best place- to eat in town is jit
Dobs Cafe U4 So. Eleventh .street.
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