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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1908)
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Elliott Completes Lectures.
"Dad" Elliott lectured twice in the
Temple Sunday. In the morning at
ten o'clock he spoke to about 250 Uni
versity men. lie developed the Idea
that slreiiKlh In any way requires ap
plication and unyielding; perseverance
The athlete must train faithfully and
forego many personal des'res. The
mental worker who works hardest Is
the most successful. And In morality
one must "train," so to speak, and
failure to follow the right rules of
moral " living produces sure moral
weakness Just as lack or training pro
duces physical weakness In an athlete.
In the afternoon Elliott presented
the three principles required 'n "a
Christian man very forcefully. About
two hundred and twenty-five students
were present and about thirty de
clared their Intentions at the close of
the meeting or following the precepts
of Christian living. "Dad" Elliott's
talks have been well attended and
well recefved and the Y. M. C. A.
management considers them a great
The Zoological Club.
The Zoological Club will meet at 8
p. in.. Tuesday .March 2 , H)08.. In the
Zoological Lecture Itoom. The follow
ing is the program:
"Present Status of the Neuron
Theory." by U F. Barker. Reviewed
by W. A. Willard.
"(ierm Cells and Mitosis eiMis
AmUosis," by various authors. Re
viewed by J. C. Elder.
Visitors cordially welcome to the
meetings of the club.
Dramatic Club Plays.
A series of plays will soon be pre
sented by the Dramatic K'ub. The
first numbers will be given Saturday
evening, March 28, 11)08". Others will
rollow at later dates.
Those for this first date are: "Mrs.
Ploddlng's N'ieces," "The Littlest
Girl." "A' Game of Tragedy," and
Admission 2 cents. No reserved
At a meeting of the Union Literary
Society recently the following new
officers were elected:
President A. IT. Miller.
Vice President Miss Jessie Glass.
Secretary Miss Stella Hardy.
Treasurer Ivan Baker.
Critic Roy Walford.
i Editor Miss Beulah Jennings.
Sergeant-at-Arms Miss Mable Swan
i tout expenses Tor iext Year.
Let mo see you about making thorn
this summer before you sign up for
any canvassing proposition. M. E.
Barker, 938 P street. Any day be
tween 1 and 3, Snturdays 8 to 5.
Chancellor Andrews has gone on an
extended 'trip to Providence, Rhode
Island, New York and. other points in
Profossor Fogg acted as one or the
Judges at a debate between two of the
literary societies of Grand Island Col
lege Saturday ovening.
Clements' ' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O under Famous.
Hayden, photographer, Bpeclal rates
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Go to Mrs.. J, C. Bell, hairdresser,
Try Francis Bros.' restaurant, 1020 P
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. St.
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