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'You have done wrong. Give the gov
ernment to mo." They anawerod, 'You
are right,' and gave the power oveis
tie ruled until deposed by Rubb'u.
"The Polish nation. In striving for
the ideal neglects its material inter
ests, In the sixteenth century Po
land allowed a German prince to rule
Prussia, as a Polish vassal. The suc
cessors of his line became a power
ful dynasty and aided In the parti
tion of Poland. So in 1683, merely
In the interests of Christianity, 50,000
Polish soldiers liberated Vienna
ngalnst 200,000 Turks and yet Austria
later helped in the partition of Poland.
So once a Polish king refused to al
low his son to change his religion to
become ruler of the Muscovites. Latei
the Muscovite kings became the
czars of Russia, to trample on the lib
erty of Poland.
"Thus judging Trom hard factB, "the
Poles are Idealists dreamers of th6
kingdom of heaven. They aspire to
see mind overcome impossbile mater
ial obstacles. This national spirit is
expressed in the literary revival fol
lowing the first Polish revolution of
1830. Poland was divided by the Con
gress of Vienna in 1815 and mostly
subject to Russia. But the literature
of this period is read by all and fos
ters a truly national spirit. Its key
note Is that divided and down-trodden
Poland will some time be free and tills
thought Inspires the Polish people and
mnkes them a nation."
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In the University theater. April 25,
the Dramatic Club will present "Wel
come," a play rewritten from an old
There will be two performances a
dress rehearsal in the afternoon, and
the regular presentation in the even
ing, with a curtain raiser and good
music. The members of the club may
obtain tickets to sei. from Mr. Walter
Houseworth, who has them In charge.
Each member, by selling two dollars'
worth Is entitled to one.
Miss Alice Howell of the elocution
department has accepted an invita
tlogjto present Joan D ArcTrtrHastings
on May 8. It is possible that a double
program will be given, and if so, Miss
Howell will also speak on the L!on
There will be two debates this af
ternodn In U. JOG.
At two p. m., the following question
will be debated, "The Pardoning
Power In tho Hands of the Govern
ment Commission," by Mr. C. L. Cher
ry, W. W. Coulter, J. U Brown, and
H. C.Uiathaway. .
At three p. m., the question of "Par
cels Post" will be debated by Noel
Provost, George Thomas, Roy Wolford
and George Wallace.
The Junior Hop at Michigan netted
over eighty dollars. Nothing definite
has been decided In regard to the dis
position of the money, but it will
either be presented to the Michigan
Union or given to a fund towards
meeting the expenses of next year's
Preside::!. 2Mnr. in an address at a
convocation of Illinois students this
week startled the audience with the
statement that he believed that danc
ing ought to be a required subject in
the college curriculum. "There la Just
one subject," he said, "that I should
like to see made compulsory. That
subject is dancing. That is a fine ex
ercise and a refined sport."
The Harvard Medical School
With tho completion of the now Duliainga. "which wcr6 dedicated lfl$r$ If
tcmbor 25th. 1906. this school now him facllltlm and wahlnment for Stahnh-'i I V.
Ing 'and renearch In tho various branches of medicine probably unequalod I
In this country. Of tho flvo buildings, four aro devotc4ienMrlxto4a-wl,
oratory icacning ana rescarcn. Numerous nospttnis auora aounaam,, op,-.,
portbnltles for clinical Instruction In medicine and surgery. - - ,
" COURSE FOR THE DECREE OF M. D. ' H T
A four years' course, open to bachelors -of arts, literature, phllosophyi.
ur Buivnuc. uuu iu purHuns 01 equivalent .qanuingv icaas 10 mo degree oi jvi.
D. The studies of tho fourth year aro wholly olectlvo; they Include labora
tory subjects, general mcdlclno, genoial surgery and tho Bpccial clinical
The next school year extends from October 1, 1908, to June 24, 1?0?.
The diploma of University of Nebraska Is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
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