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Nebraska, as second-class mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March 3.
' Tho disappointing news of tho fall
u'ro of the prohibition forces In Tues
day's election can still bo neutralized
as far as tho students aro concerned by
a stronuous effort to stop tho practice
oT frequenting tho saloons. In this,
supported by tho public It Is r!ght that
somo measures, however extreme thoy
may be, should be taken to
make It a safe place for parents to
send their children. Under conditions
aB thoy aro hero at Nebraska It Is dif
ficult to roach anything of thlB kind,
but something certainly ought to be
done. Those who drink are not any In
considerable minority and those whom
those are teaching to drink are con-
comoB, of movements similar to tho
formation of tho council. Kansas stu
dents convened tho other evening
for peaceable purposes 'to discuss
needed changes In the administration
of the school. The example of Stan
ford is still fresh in memory and tho
results In total are twelve students
expoUed. Minnesota .recently exper
ienced a little revolution of the stu
dent body, and now Nebraska Is get
ting her turn at advertisement in tho
Bhapo of student reform up in the Law
School. Are not these things going
too far? Young people aro apt to get
over conscientious regarding the in
terests of tholr alma mater and calous
to the respect due to the powers that
be? There are plenty of things to
pluck from tholr own eyes before bo
ginning on tho mote in the other fel
The Harvard Medical School
Withvtbo completion. 'of. th
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vviuivujo compiouon. or. uio new-Dunuings, wnich wery dedicated. -September
25th, 190C, this school now has facilities and equipment for-toach-lng
and research In tho various branches of medlclno probably unequalod
In thlB country. Of tho Ave buildings, four aro dovoted entirely to lab
oratory teaching 'and research. Numerous hospitals .afford 'abundant M-1
iiuiiuiuuco lor uunicai instruction in meaicino ana surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D. " J 3
A four years cQurao,.open to, bachelors of, ar,ts,.Jitoraturo, philosophy
or solenoor-and to persons of equivalent- standing, leads to the degree o'f M;'
D, ,Thp studies of. the fourth, year aro wholly electlvo; thoy Include loborar
tory subjects, goneral medlclno. g'enoial sureory and tho modal clinical
branches. i , - , t
The next school year extends from' October 1, 1008, to Juno 24, 1909.-
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL fecHOOL, Boston, Mass.
Lincoln Bryan Club.
There will be a meeting of the Lin
coln Bryan Club at tho Lincoln Hotel
this evening at eight o'clock. An In
teresting program of speaking has
been arranged. Dr. Qeorge Elliott
Howard, head of tho department of
Political Science and Sociology, -will
be the chief speaker, and all TJnlver
sity students who aro members of the
club aro urged to be present.
Professor Lutoslowsky, of Poland, Is
to deliver two very Interesting lec
tures here next Tuesday. He speaks
at Convocation In the morning on
"Plato." This lecture promises to be
very Instructive and well worth at
tending, since Professor Lutoslowsky
Is one of tho greateBt living authori
ties on Plato. In the evening he will
give another lecture, on "Poland."
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Thursday, April 9.
11:30 a. m. Memorial Hall.
8:00 p. m. Lincoln Hotel.
Dr. Howard speaks before the Lin
coln Bryan Club.
Friday, April 10.
Junior Informal Temple.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recesB begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Lincoln Hotel. .
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. Tho Tomplo.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
Could we speak with the
"tongues of angels," we could
not overstate the merits of
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Columbia University has established
a professorship of humanity, probably
the first of its kind In the world. Hun
dreds of other universities and col
leges need to follow Columbia's example.
stantly increasing. It isn't enough to
-merely say that this is bad and drop
It there. Students who have to go
home to dry towns will be sorry that
Lincoln didn't go dry, but will thoy
be able to tell their parents that they
haven't been inside of a Lincoln saloon?
Michigan students have organized
a student council to see that the stu
dents get fair play with tho town peo
ple. The prosecuting attorney in the
case of the theater riot, is being called
bad names and criticised for his gram
mar and advised that the best thing
for him to do in the interests of the
community Is to drop the causes against
the fifteen students arrested. It looks
like another case of confusion between
the meaning of liberty and license.
Tho efforts of the prosecutor, judging
from the class of the students for
quarter are not half as Ineffectual as
tho attempts of the students to jus
tify themselves. If that council knows
what is to its own Interests it will de
solve for the law will ordinarily se
cure fair play without having one of
the interested parties as judge.
From all over the country word
recently prevented from giving a
play at Ravlnia Park by Chicago an
archists, who ovor-bld them for the
theater, and tore down their posters
about town. The baffled juniors con
tented themselves by tearing down all
the anarchist posters they could find.
The Freshman class meets in Me
morial Hall this morning at 11:30. A
few business matters aro to bo trans
acted' which were unattended to at the
last meeting. A member of the Stu
dent Publication Board will be chosen.
James Lawrence is the only candidate
for the place, The matter of selecting
the class cup will also bo disposed of.
Dickon's "Cricket On the Hearth"
will be presented in early April by
two literary societies of Hlinols University.
The Purdue board of trustees has
just approved the plans for a new
Yale will reduce her basket-ball
schedule, next year and restrict the
trlpBof her team.
Wanted Ten students to canvass
subscriptions Saturday; $3 for the
day. Send namaandaddress to Box
1315, Station A. m
Have your clothes pressed at Web
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Why not take your bath at Chris
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Q. A. Withers waB on the campus
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