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Nebraska, as second-closs mall matter
under the Act of Congress of March 8,
Have you seen the Senior Prom
poster? It looks good enough to
Bteal. But don't let's do It. And If
we catch another at It, let's help bring
him to justice.
It IooUb like the Athletic Board
have succeeded in tlelng the election
matter up pretty effectually. Of
"course little eflse can bo expected
from the personnel of the board and
their Intention Is to hold things
as long as they can. They ought not
to feel, however, that this Is a divine
A good many men over the country
vanced rapidly, simply because of his;
excellence, will realize his expecta
tions, and there is not the question
of a doubt but that the man who
HAS excellence in his employer's
eyes, will be advanced in position and
wages according to his employer's
estimate of this excellence. Experi
ence has proven time and again that
there is no employer of labor who 1b
not looking and In many cases look
ing In vain for men who have excel
lence in order that ho can success
fu'iy carry on his business."
The trouble with the young fel
lows whom I have come In contact
with since I left school four years
ago, has been, in the cases where
they have not been promoted with
the rapidity they think they should
have been, due to the fact that they
considered the jobs offered them too
humble In character, and to the fact
thai they were too prone to stop the
stroke of a hammer or a pen the In
stant the whistle blew. "Nothing
succeeds like success," Is an old time
worn quotation, but I want to say
that in most cases, in fact all, it is
true, and furthermore, success 1b
Bpelled "WORK"- In ninety-nine
cases out of a hundred.
It takes work and any amount of
it at any and all hours to show most
men that you have "excellence" and,
furthermore, this work must be per
formed under any and all conditions
wllh a smile and not a grouch. I
cunu'.t refrain from repeating that It
takes WORK, WORK, WORK, to
show most men that you "can de
liver the goods," and It Is safe to say
that any one of you Purdue men can
get a job and hold it against all
comers If you will only work. Pur
The above article was written by
one of the managers of the Westing-
The Harvard Medical School
With tho complotlon of tho now buildings, which wero dedicated Sep
tember 26th, 1006, this school riow has facilities and equipment for. teach
ing and research in tho various branches of mcdlclno probably unequaled
In this country. Of tho five buildings, four arc dovqtcd entirely to lab
oratory teaching and research. Numerous hospitals afford abundant op
portunities for clinical instruction In mcdlclno and surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D.
A four years' course, open to bachelors of arts, literature, philosophy
or science, and to persons of equivalent standing, leads to tho degree of M.
D. The studies of the fourth year aro wholly elective; they Include labora
tory subjects, general medicine, geneial surgery and the special clinical
Tho next school year extends from October 1, 1908, to Juno 24, 1909.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, dddrcss
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boston, Mass.
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Saturday, April 11.
7:30 p. m. U. 106.
Students' Debating Club meets.
Wednesday, April 15.
6:00 p. m.
Easter recess begins.
Wednesday, April 22.
8:00 a. m.
Easter recess ends.
Friday, April 24.
Glee Club Concert, Matinee and even
ing. Saturday, April 25.
8:00 p. m. Temple Theater.
Dramatic Club play.
Friday May 1.
8:00 p. m. The Temple.
Y. M. C. A. Minstrel.
Company B Hop.
Friday, May 8.
are now objecting to basket-ball aB
being too rough. "It is coming to be
merely a question of who is the
trickiest at concealing fouls," says
one. President Jordan says it is be
cause of the "obsession of the student
body to the one idea of victory," and
that "it is the presence of the pro
fessional coach, the promoter of ath
'letics, who makes his living through
winning victories and who goes as far
in securing them as a relaxed public
opinion in town and in university will
Lost A Theta pin and Black
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Jessie Power and receive reward.
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Have your clothes pressed at Web
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Marshall, students' barber. Corner
Thirteenth and O, under Famous.
Mr. Bryan and Mr. Taft are having
a strenuous time getting the people
acquainted with themselves. Every
day Is a round of receptions and
speeches in which neither discusses
the problems that his party has failed
on or the problems yet unsettled, and
both blame each other for everything
that has not gone right since Wash
ington. It wouldn't pay, though, to
say much at this time, for they might
have to take It all back before the
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lowed to send copies to subscribers
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scribers to the Dally Nebraskan who
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less payment Is made In the near fu
ture the subscriptions will be stopped.
We trust that this will not be' neces
sary and that the circulation of this
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The Student Dramatic Club at Iowa
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mittee deciding upon "The Impor
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Oscar Wilde is author.
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