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Vol. VII. No. JJ8.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, J908.
Price 5 Cents.
A SERIES OF LECTURES FRIDAY
" ' AND SATURDAY.
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A S E
.Writer of Many Books on Political
Science-Now Head of Depart
ment at Wisconsin.
' Oh'o of the moat' important of the
many series of lectures which will be
given at the University this term will
occur Frlilny and Saturday of t this
week when Prof. Paul S. Reinsch,
hehd of the Political Science depart
m'ent of Wisconsin University, will
give three lectures on Political Sci
ence and Sociology.
Professor Reinsch is acknowledged
to be one of the greatest authorities
on" Political Science In the United
States. He is a graduate of the Unl-I
vtrslty of Wisconsin and one of the
foremost American writers on con
temporary political subjects. He first
attracted attention In 1900 as an au
thor, when he published his first political-work,
"World Politics." Later he
published. "''Colonial Administration"
and ."Colonial .Government." He..wus
one 'of the leaders in organizing the
American- Folitioal- Scjen.ce.. Associa
tion 'and is now one of the vice-presidents"'
oT"lliesame. In 1900 he wad
one of the United- States-conimission-
ers to the PanAtncrlcd'n ' Conference I
held Uht Rio. Janeiro ., , Ir - .
Professor Reinsch-has 'been on the'
western' coaBt "siiice last January,
where he "lias been giving a series or
lecturer to various educational' insti
tutions. He ls..4iaw-reiurning ,to Wis
consin and will stop over In Lincoln
for two -days. While in Lincoln he
wllUfftVe Iwo 'lectures "uf 1he-Temple,
us ioiiows: i . -
Friday, 5 ,p. m., "The Present Situ
ation In RuaalaJ'
Fridiy, 8 p. m., ."The Reform Move
ment in China."
In addition to the above he will
give a talk Saturdayut 10 a. m. in
U. 106, on "Investigation in Politlca
" The-lectures "are free and open to
alK They will be found instructive
'Athletics -at "Washington University
are at. a staHd-stlll. Owih'iTtb friction
between the' students ahdN'facuUyj the
schedule of'the basketball team has
been countermanded and the team,
Which prontfaed to be "the best in the
history of the university, has dla
bonded. As a clmux to these devel
opments, Bfanchard.who has coached
tlje football team for two years, has
been requested to hand in his resign
The fourteenth "annual relay races,
given by the' University of Pennsyl
vania, wlll be. heldtaj Franklin Field
upon the last Saturday in AprlL Col
leges frotn all over. the. country wjll
participate, and the Biiccess of the
meet is ah'eady assured..
iW. R. Posey, '0T, of Hebron, has;
been visiting old friends the last few,
days. He waH elected county super-
Intendent-of- TBRyer countylast fall.
!.., Varsity vs. Leaguers
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Nevlsoh Roberts to Give Musical Pro
gram Thursday Evening.
Nevlson Roberts, of the University
School of Music, pupil of Mortimer
Wilson, will give a recital for gradu
ation at the Temple, Thursday even
ing, April 8nd, at 8 o'clock. The pro
gram will be of original compositions.
The public is cordially invited. The
following Is the program:
Prelude and Fugue In D minor
Sonata in C Sharp minor
Suite. No. 2:
"The Edge of the Nlghl"
The Ruined Hall
Two Mexican Pieces:
A Carnival Scene
Professors Fogg and Caldwell went
to Beatrice last evening to act as
judges at a debate to be given by the
Southeastern Nebraska Teachers'
Association on the subject of govern
ment ownership of railways.
Tie- Sliver Serpents have electoilf1' wil1 be presented by the Palla
the following new members: Kate
Field, ,Heleu- Mitchell, Alleen Gantt,
Mildred Holland, Josephine HiiBe, Al
freda Powell, Edna Steven. Unzle
Hannu, Marion Whltmore, Mable Nel
son, Esther Bailey, Nelle Whltmore.
Northwestern University has -decided
to give University credit for work
In athletics, provided the work be of
such regularity and efficiency that It
will he equivalent to four hours' work
in the gymnasium.
hmeevmg soc y.
' fraternity Hall
An Indian Song Garland by Miss Liza
The Following program will be ren
dered at convocation this morning:
Miss Annette Abbott Soprano.
Miss Grace Cutter Contralto.
Mr. Everett B. Cordrr Tenor.
Mr. Chas. H. Miller Baritone.
Quartet Night Tall in Hydennbad.
Cont. Reelt. The Serpents Are
Tenor nml Diirltone Duet Palanquin
Soprano Solo Cradle Song.
Baritone Solo and Quartet The Royal
Tombs of Golcondu.
Tenor Solo Love Song.
Quartet Indian Dancers.
A very pleasant April fool greeted
the students in Physics 11 yesterday
morning in - the shape of a poster on
the bill board jri front of .the Physics
building stating that those receiving
a grade of A, Bor C op the last quiz
need not take the regular mid-semester
Many of those who saw it, believ
ing It an "April fool," .went direct to
Professor Almy and Wore told that It
wasn't a Joke. Three Rahs and a
tiger for Almy!
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'. ! Boys' Program t ;
Don's full to heaf tlie hoys' program"
In PaHudinn Hall,- -Friday evening- -A
leajL-year" play, drawn from coTO" Jf" UB(r ht(e (Urect0l.: A ro;
diun boys. The greatest combination
of amusement and Instruction ever
Btaged. Wili begin at 8:15 sharp.
The "Women's Athletic Association
at Michigan will hold its annual meet
for girls of the university April 8th.
Among the events arranged are:
Thirty-eight yard dash, six-pound shot
put, and rope-climb.
Your car fare would pay for a nice
lunch at The Boston Lunch. Why go
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Limited to 80
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PLAY RETURN GAME
GIRL8' BASKET-BALL TEAM. TO
LEAVE FOR MINNE80TA.
Seven Players to Go, Accompanied by
Miss Gittlngs and Miss Pound'
Enthusiasm at Minnesota.
The girls' basket-ball team start
tonight Tor Minneapolis. The team
has been practicing during the past
week, and though It has no expecta
tion of winning on a strange floor,
when It did not on Its owtr, It hopes
to make as good a showing, relatively,
as it did In the local game of two
weekB ago. Some of the girls of th,o
Minnesota team have written back
that they had the best time of their
lives while they were In Lincoln, and
the one they will remember longest.
Similarly, the Nebraska girls expect
to enjoy greatly their two days' visit
at a sister university.
Those making the trip are: Nellie
Stephenson, Mossle Klmmel, Beulah
Ruder, Vera Burger, Huttle Rollings,
Mattle Woodworth, Anne Watt. The
team goes In charge of Miss Ina Olt
tlngs, Instructor In the department of
Physical Training and coach of the
team,. and Miss Louise Pound, acting
manager. Mrs. R. G. Clapp expected
also to go( but she has been uhBc'nt
front jjcUooL (luting .the. past wuak,. bo,
cause of serious illness. The teum
will misfa pne day of school, work only.,
The following extract from the
.Minnesota Dally shows that much In
terest is oeing'mnnlfested In the 'game
"Special interest Is manifest among,
the faculty In the coming Nebruska,
co-ed- busket-hnll game because of the
number of faculty members formerly,
connected with Nebraska. Professors
.Clements, Westemani Brooliov and
"Nebraska's party will consist of the
Hot 'off hrf'HkGf.hnltirlrli their conch.
cejjticm will be held for the- visitors
on Friday afternoon In Shevllu Hall.
Other entertainment may be plunned.
le Stanley Hall game tomorrow
night will nor only decide the Btate
championship, but ulao 4)tit the Mlu
neaotu girls in good condition for the
Nebrnska contest next week Battir
duy." Students of the Agricultural and
Mechanics College of Texas are In
open revolt against their president.
They recently refused to attend
clusses until the president should bo
removed. It Is thought that the presi
dent will be compelled' to withdraw
because of student animosity.
Get your Engineering Society Hop
.tickets of the committee R. M, Al
len, W, ,H., 'Burleigh, O. A. Crooks, ,R,
fU Leberman, and O. L. Olson. Price,
The students of Amherst College,
after two nlgh'ts discussion of' tho
uummer baseball question: by the
major sport managers and coaches,
'votes,' 278 to'GB'that men bp aUowed
". t " 1 ji'k i-
f i ' . 'i I , .I h
to piay tue uo-caiioa summer baseoaii.
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