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Cash paid to treasurer (vouch
The above account, with vouchers
for all bills paid, are correct.
(Signed) GROVE E. BARBER,
C'h. Student Organization Com.
Report of Junior-Senior Reception.
The following is the financial report
or the Junior-Senior reception, May
Printing $ 2.50
Balance $ 7 . 85
GROVE E. BARBER,
Ch. Student Organizations Com.
American Schools May Send Delegates
An attempt has recently been made
by the government of Chili to bring
about an approximation of North
American Ideas . with those of South
American countries through the Intel
lectual medium of a fourth Latin
American conference, which is to take
place in Santiago, Chili, December 20,
1908. About flften of the leading uni
versities In the United States and also
any scientific schools which may be
interested are Invited to send dele
As to what attitude the United
States will takefoward this invita
tiondepends chiefly oil the action of
Congress, for a bill providing the ap
propriation of $35,000 for the purpose
of sending delegates to this confer
ence l now before the house of repre
sentatives. Should the bill pass, Pres
ident Roosevelt will have the power to
choose those institutions which he
wishes to have represented, the col
lege dr Institution designated ap
pointing in turn its own representa
tive. The fact that the date of the con
fefence is December 20 may be a draw
back" In a way 'to certain colleges, since
the representative selected would of
necessity, be absent .from the end of
October to the last of January. How
ever, if the bill is passed, the right to
send a delegate -is one to be 'desired
by any school because of the remark
able opportunities offered. Michigan
Go to Mrs. J. C. Bell, hairdresser,
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GREGORY THE COAL MAN
AMERICAN SAVWBS BANK BUJ6. I3f IflflS STBEET
New Member of the Faculty in the
Much Interest attaches Itself to the
election of Br. H. B. Alexander as
Professor of Philosophy a Nebraska,
h!s duties to. begin next September.
Dr. Alexander is the son of George
S. Alexander and was born in Lin
coln, April 9, 1873. His father was a
clergyman in New England, but early
cume to Nebraska, and later engaged
In the newspaper business at Syra
Dr. Alexander graduated from Ne
braska In 1897, and later studied at
Pennsylvania and Columbia, specializ
ing in Philosophy. He took his Ph. D.
at Columbia under Nicholas Murray
Butler, now president of that univer
sity. After that Dr. Alexander engaged in
literary work in Boston, being for a
year an editor of and contributor to
the International Encyclopedia. He is
now in editorial work with the G. and
f Muri'lnm f'nmnniiv nf Rnrlncrftalri.
Mass. Among his writings are:
"Problems of Metaphysics," 1902;
"Poetry and the Individual." 1906;
and "Mid-Earth Life," 1907. He has
contributed to several philosophical
journals and belongs to several organi
zations of that kind.
Professor Alexanders new courses
next year will be: "Problems ot
Philosophy and Science." for students
of the special sciences and literary
students desiring a general view of
the significance of science, and which
deals with geographical, astronomical,
and evolutionary conceptions. ."Philos
ophy of Criticism," dealing with the
fundamental critical conceptions;
"Greek Philosophy," a study of the
rise of European thought In the Medi
terranean basin; and "Humanism,"
which has to do with the historical
phases of the conception of culture.
One of the steamboat lines on the
lakes gives half fares to Indians and
clergymen. An Indian preacher from
Canada asked for free transportation,
as he was entitled to one-half rebate
because he was an Indian, and to the
other half as a clergyman. Ex.
Eat at Elam"s.
Try Dalrymple's Baked Goods.
Clements' photos are the best.
Rates to students. 129 So. Eleventh.
Why not take your batoi at Chris'
bath house. Eleventh and P streets?
The Lincoln High School Alttmnl As
sociation will give a dauce at Frater
nity hall Wednesday evening, June 3.
Walt's Orchestra. Tickets can be se
cured from Laurence Holland, Ralph
Mosely, Will Byerts, Alden Bumstead
and Len Heggelund.
The best place to eat In t6wn is at
Dons Cafe J.14 So. Eleventh street,
C. H, Frey, florist, 1133 O St.
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Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
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Flower and. Richey Win Doubles
Kapsps Comes Friday. ,: -,
The, flnSl Sound of the (Joubtea in
the University terirtfs tourriameTit'has
at last been played off, Yesterday at
eleven o'clock Young nnd Raceley met
Richey and Flower to decide the
doubles championship. After..a hard
fought match, Richey and Flower won
in straight sets. Score, 6-3? fc.jB-lij i
Although Richey and Flower have
been playing consistent tennis, yetj
they were expected by many to be de
feated by the more experienced play
ers, Young, and Racely. Considerable
surprise was therefore evinced when
Flower and Richey pumped in and
won three straight games on the. first'
set. Young and Raceley steadied a
bit. but the lead wds too great to over
come. Flower and Richey took the
set by 6-3,
Racely's 'L'awford" stroke was in
poor working order and he lost many
points by repeatedly driving' out of
court. While Youngs returns were
more accurate than his partner's, vet
his overhead work and his serve wero
below -his usual standard. - - -
Flower and Richey played consist
ent tennis, and aided by their op
ponents' errors, they took the second
and third setH handily. It Is 'predict
ed, however, that better tennis must
be played if the Jayhawkers are. to be
defeated on Friday and Saturday.
The singles are'belng played as rap
idly as possible. White defeated
Wood, and Crltes defaulted to White,
putting White In the semi-finals.
Young defeated Racely in a close
match in which he lost the first set.
He braced then and took the next two
sets and the match. Score: 3-6, 6-3,
6rL '.white 'then defaulted to Young,
ty'hich, puts. .Young in the finals
defanlt&V to 'lost and Erslslr
Richey, after which he defaulted to.
Post, putting Post in cue semi-finals.
Slaughter nand Mills play this after
noon, the winner plays PosL and the
winner of this match meets Young in
-the finals. These matched must be
played promptly as the. tournament Is
dragging and everything should be fin
ished so that preparations -may be
made for the Kansas matches Friday
and- Saturday. , . '"'''' '',
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Dally Nebraskah. ' .
Large stock tan oxfords, snappy
styles at popular prices. Rogers &
At the southern Intercollegiate meet,
Rector, of -the University of Virginia,
broke a world's record in the hundred
yards, in" the time of 9 2-5 seconds.
The A A. U. will probably refuge to
accept the time because a slight wind
aided the runner.
Prof. F. C. "French of the depart
ment of Philosophy has an article en
titled, "Group Self-Consciousness; A
Stage In the Evolution of Mind," In.
the May number of the Psychological
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