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under the Act of ContTrona of March 8.
If tho tariff fosters the trusts why
not give tho government power to re
move It when the trusts refuse to
come to time.
Among the varlotiH organizations In
school there ought to bo a Doers Club.
This society should take in members
about the last month of school und
should have the reputation of being
the most honorary affair In tho University.
The plan of selling three dollar
tickets to all athletic contests ought
io bo given a fair "trial and the only
way for tho students to give It this
trial is to purchaso their tickets as
soon as school is open next fall. The
plan is democratic, placing tickets
within tho reach of everyone and at
graphical and astronomical concep
tions, the Ideas of number and geomet
rical space, atomism, mechanism, bcI
entiflc causality, etc., as leading to
and shown in tho modern conceptions
of the physical universe. The origin
and development of the evolutionary
conception and its social and ethical
vbearlngs. The ideal of scientific
method and achievement; the sci
entist as a citizen. Designed primarily
for students of special sciences and
for literary students desiring a gener
al view of the significance of science.
Two hours attendance. Two hours'
credit. First semester.
7a. Continuation of Course 7. Sec
12b. Greek Philosophy. A study of
the rise of European thought in tho
Mediterranean basin. The Mediterran
ean races; origins of civilization; re
ligious and mythical thinking; scien
tific conceptions; tho history of Greek
speculative thought, especially In Its
relation to ancient life, and literature.
Attention in detail will be given to
Plato and Aristotle, to the ethical
schools, and to the influence or Orien
tal upon later Greek thought. De
signed for advanced students in phil
osophy and students of the classic
languages and literatures. Two hours'
attendance. Two hours' credit. First
12c. Continuation of Course 17. Sec
15. Philosophy of Criticism. Anal
ysis and history of such fundamental
critical conceptions as idealism, real
ism, classicism, romanticism, etc., or
igin and growth of artistic instinct and
expression, psychology of the Imagina
tion, genesis of the different types of
aesthetic expression; the ethical
moaning of art. In connection with
this course ArlBtotle's Poetics, Longl
nuB On the Sublime, and other fa
mous treatises will be read (In Eng
lish). Two hours' attendance. Two
hours credit. First semester.
15 a. Continuation of Course 15.
15b. Humanism. Historical phases
A Souvenir Spoon
would be just the thing for a graduation remembrance
or, when you leave take one home with you. There is
something so "tasty" and so pleasing about a souvenir
spoon. They are serviceable too. We have an
elegant line to pick from Uni as well as Lincoln.
HENDERSON C& HALD, 132 NO. 10TH STREET
the same time putting the finances on
a more solid basis.
Department of Philosophy.
The Department of Philosophy an
nounces the following changes and
new courses for tho next semester:
Course 2. Experimental Psychology.
Course 5. Genetic Psychology.
Course 9. Special studies In Experi
Coui'se 23. Psychological Seminary,
will be given by Professor Wolfe.
Course 11. History of Philosophy.,
Course 13. 'Practical Ethics will be
given by Professor French.
Course 19. Advanced Metaphysics,
Professor Hinman, will be a three
hour course running through the year.
Professor Alexander announces tho
following courses fpr next year:
7. Problems oT Philosophy and
Science The ' development of geo-
of the conception of culture"! The
Graeco-Roman Ideal of enlightened
living; humanism of the Italian Renas
cence; tho eighteenth century "En
lightenment" and polltlcaUhumanitar
lanlsm; the metaphysical humanisms
of today, with special reference to tho
pragmatlstlc conception of human ef
ficiency as Bhown In the "Humanism"
of Schiller and the "Pragmatism" of
James. Two hours. Second semester.
Seniors. Attention I
Senior play tickets go on sale In a
short time. You must pay your assess
ment ,ut once, to secure tickets at spe
J. R. Purcell,
O. J; Shaw,
B. K. Eston,
G. G. Fenlon,
The Varsity Backstop
A Catcher on a college nine cannot be too
careful about the Mitt he uses the Big Game
may depend on his ability to hold the ball: The
majority of 'Varsity Backstops, like the majority of
the great League Catchers, use
The arrangement of padding and deep hollow
holds the ball every time. Reach Catchers' Mitts
are made in rights and lefts,
and range in price from 25c.
to $8.00 each.
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The Rtach Trademark on all Sporting
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satisfaction, a new arllclt or your money
back (except on Balls and Bals under $1).
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of tlic American nixt National
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tures of the 1907 World's Scries
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