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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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THE PROPERTY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BY T.HE STUDENT PUB. BOARD.
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Editor-in-Chief Rosk King, '08
Managing Editor Q. L. Fonlon, '08
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Manager Qeorge M. Wallace, '10
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INDIVIDUAL NOTICES will bo charged
for at the rato of 10 cents per Insertion
for every fifteen words or fraction thereof.
Faculty notices and University- bulletins
.will gladly be published free.
Entered at the postofflco at 'Lincoln,
Nobrnskn, as second-class mall matter
under tho Act of Conprcsa of March 3,
' Bohemian Lecture.
Miss Sarah Hrbek, Instructor in
Bohemian, will give tin illustrated, lec
ture at the "Komensky" Club meet
ing tomorrow (Friday) evening. Most
of the slides arc illustrative of the
scenery of Yellowstone National Park,
but in addition to this she also has
some slides illustrating the costumes
of the people and style of houses of
ancient Bohemia, which ought to bo
of especial Interest to Bohemians.
The lecture will be given in Uni
versity Hall, room 2i:i, at 8 p. m. A
smnll admission fee will be charged to
Tiie following progrum will be ren
dered at Convocation this morning:
Mrs. Emma Holyoko, soprano.
I FIRST ANNUAL
s -. M. Co Ao Minstrel
TBMPL,X THEATRE ..
Friday, May I5ihi, 00 P. M.
Mr. Edw, .7. Wait, first violin.
" Mr. Win. Quick, second violin.
Mr. Carroll Beach, viola.
MIbs Lillian Elche, vlollncollo.
Mr. H. Bolton, "clarinet.
Miss Edith Burlingim, pianist.
Mrs. Raymond at the organ.
Coronation March Kretschmor
Strings, Clarlnot and Organ.
Clarinet Solo "Cujus Anlmam...
Good Morning Grieg
Arcndie ' i ... .Do Koven
Spring . . . . , Gounod
.In the Merry May-time Gorman
Serenade . . Massenet
Intermezzo (Cavallerla Itustlcana
Strings, Piano and Organ.
Law 8chool Notes.
Decoy Burnott has returned from
his (lying trip to Aurora and McCook,
where he was engaged In legal busi
ness. Wilkinson was Been in the library
Johnson, who has been visiting a
sick relative In HastTngs, is plugging
Fuller is looking up employment in
the mall service for the sutnmer.
This necessitated a run to Omaha
Judge Tuttle gave the third of his
lectures to the Laws Monday night
on "Wills and Probate Matter." It la
n mistake on some of the students'
part that these lectures are not bet
Meeker is said to have lost his
note book. Finder please leave with
Hubenbecker is spending the re
mainder of the week at his McCool
Junction home, where he will spend
Giflln's brother was visiting him the
first part of the week.
A. M. Smith has returned from n
short visit home. He lives at Daven
port. Professor Wilson, at roll call yes
terday, welcomed Balrd back to
classos again. Balrd has just recov
ered from a serious siege of diphthe
ria. Okoy was stung on the jury again.
Three times in succession.
Cornell has reduced her football
schedule to nine games, all played on
Saturdays. University of Chicago
will be played at Chicago instead of
the game at Princeton. Swarthmore
has also been dropped from the
The petition at Minnesota for a
course in journalism is growing. All
academic faculty members ap
proached are in favor of it and all
that is needed is tho approval of tho
board of regents.
25c ainidl 35c
At Michigan the senior law students
gave. an annual dance on April 1, and
served writs of subpoena on the girls
they wished to take by way of In
vitations. The French club of the University
of Michigan will tour France and
other European countries next year.
The club will present French plays at
various universities in Franco.
A new .GO.000 dormitory will bo
erected at Pennsylvania on the site of
the university dining hall.
Tho present domltorles at Ppnnsyl
vannlt consist of twenty-four houses
with a capacity -for about 750 students.
Their value, including the grounds Is
estimated at nearly $1,000,000.
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Purude university is making prepar
ations for its first annual circus. The
committee in charge has Btudied the
manner in which these circuses are
managed in Wisconsin, Cornell and
Illinois and Is making extensive prep
arations. All participants will- take
part in the parade and silver cupn
will be given as prizes.
Professor Julius Goebel, lecturer at
Harvard Germanic Muesum and one
of tho foremost German scholars in
tho United States, has been appointed
head of German at the University of
Illinois to take up his new duties
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