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Candidates for Athletic Board.
The following men have signified
their Intention of being In school next
year and have announced themselves
as candidates for student members of
the Athletic board:
Ben M. Cherrlngton.
Clyde E. Elliott
Edward F. Guldlnger.
JamoB B. Harvey.
M. M. Jennings.
H. O. Perry.
Walter W. Walsh.
INDIVIDUAL, NOTICEB will be charged
for at the rate of 10 cents per Insertion
for ovory fifteen words or fraction thereof
Faculty notices and University bulletins
will gladly bo published freo
Entered a,t the postbfflce at Lincoln,
Nebraska, as l socond-class mail matter
under the Act of ConprcsB of Maroh 8,
There is some talk about school that
the fraternities Intend to not only
withdraw from this year's Athletic
Board election, but to vote for the
poorest men that they can find In
order to discredit the change of
method and the removal of some of
the old clique. They will do nothing
of the kind. No one would be so ab
surd as to think that the fraternities
as a whole are such a crowd of chil
dren as to do a thing of this kind.
This talk (for there Is nothing to it,
but talk) is being originated among a
few campus gate politicians who are
nagged on by the element that is suf
fering from being deprived of the
plums. The hotter air Is the more it
expands, and so there Is apt to be an
impression that fraternity men are in
such small business. The truth is
that if any of the eligible, fraternity
candidates have the backbone to stay
I inn I
I Intend to be in school next year
and wish to announce my candidacy as
a student member of the Athletic
Board. SIDNEY T. FRUM.
The next meeting of the Mathemat
ical Seminar will be held Saturday,
May 2, at 7:30 p. m., in M. A. 301.
The following is the program:
ScaleB of Notations C. J. Moury,
K. W. Powell.
Hyperbolic Functions Miss Aileen
Determinants Miss Mabel Wolcott
Unions and Palladlans Attention.
Don't forget the Joint party tonight
at the State Farm In the assembly
roopi of the Agricultural Hall. A fine
line of entertainment Is being planned
and a good time is assured to all. The
big contest of the evening will be to
decide whether the Unions or the
Palladlans can have the best time.
Everybody turn out and help your
society. There will be no regular car
chartered, but the State Farm car
leaves Tenth and O streets at 8:00
p. m. and every twenty minutes there
after. So arrange accordingly.
The baseball game scheduled for
May 4, between Alpha Tau Omega
and Sigma Alpha Epsilon will be
played this morning at 10 o'clock at
W claim to bo the bBt GLEANERS and DYERS in Lincoln and are
to prove It Our methods aro 4fce VERY LATEST and our work-
Mm the best that mbney can seoure.
W clean the finest dresses and robes without danger of fading or
blinking In any way. We also olean gentlemen's olothlng of all kinds.
Qeods called for and delivered. All goods thoroughly sterilized. We do
tiering and repairing.
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in the race the very men who are now
cussing the loudest will turn around
and voto for the men whom they think
the best candidates. The fraternity
men are not going to play sore-heads.
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There -is nothing God-sent about the
new method of electing, but thfere can
be no doubt of the source of the old
system of political leverage. By elect
ing all barbs this year the fraternltlesj
would accomplish nothing. They can
never get a corner on things again
with the sentiment among the faculty
as Jt iff in the matter and trying to
discredit the movement ub a barb af
fair would discredit no one but them
selves. t So far voters cannot miss It
,muohon any$pf the candidates. The
best thing for every one to do is to
give the right a good fair trial, and'
The Harvard Medical School
With tho completion of tho now buildings, which wero dedicated Sep
tcmber 25th, 1906, this school now has facilities and equipment for teach -.
big , aad research In. the various branches of medicine probably unequaled
Irt .this country. Of tho five buildings, four are devoted entirely to "lab
oratory teaching and research, Numerous hospitals afford abundant t op--,
portunitles for clinical Instruction In medicine and surgery.
COURSE FOR THE DEGREE OF M. D. r
A four years'- course, open to bachelors of arts, literature, philosophy
r science, and to persons of equivalent standing, leads to the degree of Mi
. Thh fttufllnb nf Ihn fourth VMir are whollv alnctivo: thov Include labor!-
tory subjects, general medicine, general surgery and the special clinical
Tho' next school year extends. from October 1. 1008, to June 24, 1909.
The diploma of University ofv.Nbraka Is accepted for admission.
For detailed announcement and catalogue, address
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, Boston, Mass.
Let us take your measure today and
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inStyle. Fit. WorKmanship and Quality
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The University of Chicago will prob
ably adopt a course to prepare men
for work in the United States consular
service. This Is the third college In
America to offer such a course, the
others being Yale and Columbia.
Six students, representing Pennsyl
vania, Columbia, Cornell, Princeton,
Yale, and Harvard, are to meet repre
sentatives of Cambridge and Oxford
In a chesB tournament which will be
conducted by cable.
ThomaB Kalends, 18 years old, a
bootblack in a barber shop at Alton,
111., whose perfect speech ittracted
the attention of Dr. D. G. Ray, class
ical professor in Shurtleff College, has
been appointed critic of the Greek
class In that college. The boy is a
graduate of tho AthenB, Greece high
school, and is a student of ancient
and modern Greek. The boy gives
half a day each week instructing the
Greek students in accent and pronun
ciation. In exchange he has agreed
to accept instruction in the English,
which he came to Americano study.
Through the courtesy of the college
authorities a room in the physics lab
oratory "has been renovated and fitted
with suitable furniture Tor the use of
the Y. M. C. A. at the North Dakota
All Freshmen who desire caps will
please see one. of the following at
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culloco dogrco. Luw library of 23,000 volumes.
The SummerQuarteroffcrs special opportuni
ties to students, teachers, anil practitioners.
FOR ANNOUNCEMENT ADDRESS
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Saturday, May 2.
8:15 p. m. 1227 G St.
English Club meets with Mr. Geo.
Thursday, May 7.
Friday, May 8.
Prof. Charles L. Norton of the Mas
sachusetts School of Technology has
invented a. fireproof wood. It Is made
from short fibre asbestos.
Phi Alpha Tau.
There will be a Phi Alpha Tau
meeting Monday night in the Temple
at nine o'clock. Important business
will come up. Everybody Is urged to
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