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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1908)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
FIRST SEMESTER, 1908-09.
Registration Begins May 25, Continu
ing Until June 6. if Necessary.
All Regular Students in the College
of Literature, Science, and the Arts,
tho iniltiHlriivi Comoro, mo Teacnors
Colliw. tho College or Law, and tho
College of Medicine are required to
lodge their proposed Hchtdule of
classes for the first Homester of 1908-09
In the registrar h office hefore loaving
the b'uiverslty at the end of this cur
rent second semestyr.
Fees. Feos need not he paid until
September 1f to 19. 1908.
Class Credentials Upon payment of
fuM the student will receive his class
credential slip without which he can
not enter classes.
Proposed Changes. Changes will ho
permitted during tho regular days sot
apart for the registration tho first so
mester from 9:00 a in., Tuesday, Sep
tember lf, to 6:00 p. in.. Saturday, Sep
tember 19, 1908. inclusive, If tho , rea
son given therefor Is deemed valid.
Major Subjects. Each student Is re
quired to take In some one department
at least twenty-four hours of work,
but no student Is permitted to take
more pian forty hours In any ono de
partment. Preferably at tho beginning
of the second year, and In no event
- -lator than thebeglnnlng- of the third
year, the student must name to tho
registrar the depntmont In which he
Intoudents to discharge this major
requirement. Tho student's work In
this, h's major subject Is under tho
control of the 1iead of tho department.
Late Registration. It Is Incumbent
upon the student, as heretofore, to so
cure his class credential slip during
the da8et apart for registration. To
promote prompt registration a special
fee of $? is charged any senior or jun
ior student who, unless excused by the
cJiajic.tllor lurany reason seeks to reg
ister later than the second day of a
Bemester. Otiicr students are allowed
for the first semester, three, and for
the second semester, two additional
days in which to register without pay
ment of this special fee.
The Teachers' College.-4-Attentlon Is
called ;o tho recently established
teachers' college classes as grouped
under this heading. Also to courses
marked with an asterisk ().
A fulL and complete schedule for the
teachers' Collego will be published
for purposes of registration at tho
opening of tho University in Septem
ber. This will show all regular courseB
and special courses offered in this col
lege. After October 1, 1908, no student can
change from another college fo the
Teachers' College without paying tho
customary feo of $o.
Report on Junior Informal.
The following is the report on the
Junior Informal hold April 10, 1908, at
Fraternity Hall. -
G7 tickets at $1.25 each $71 .25
Cash from, late arrival 1 . 00
Total Receipts $72.25
To Fraternity Hall (vouchor) . .$20.00
To Music (voucher) 13 . 50
To Printing (vouchor) 5.25
To Catering (voucher $10.50
To Doorkeeper (voucher) 1 . 50
Total Expenses $50.75
Turned Into class treasury (by
Grand Total $72.25
Patrons, Professor and Mrs. Conant.
Complimentary tickets, six.
S. H. MATTESON,
Tho above account with vouchers for
all bills paid is correct.
GROVE E. BARBER,
' . Chairman of Com. on Stu. Or.
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9r T. R. P. Stocker, '09, Llncolnn.
10. Roy ILyVralford, '11, Bayard.
11. Ralph Van Orsdel, '00, Law, '10,
- 12. H. W. Potter, '10, Omaha.
13. Alfred Burr, Law, '09, Lincoln.
14. John W. Jones, '11, McCook.
15. Elmer Hills '09, Lincoln.
Of tho nuiriber trying out six have
been members of the squad in former
All men who have been excused
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