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First Semester Courses 1908-09 Also
. AMERICAN HISTORY.
Al. TheBls Course See Catalogue
Al for explanation. Open, on consul
tation, to all except graduates and
seminary students. Personal confer
ences instead of recitations. One hour.
Consult Instructor under whom work
1. Colonial M. W. F. ,at 10 or 3.
Open to all .students. Three hours.
3. Early Constitutional Period, 1787
1825 M. W. F., at 9 or 4. Open to all
except first-year students. Three hours.
5. Reconstruction, 1860-1877.T. Th.,
at 9. Open to all those who have had
3 and 4; to others on consent of in-
structor only. Two hours. Caldwell.
7. Slavery and the Negro Problem
M. W. F., at 4. Open to all who have
had one year's work in the department.
Three hours. Persinger.
17. Diplomacy. T. Th., at 10. Open
to, all who have had one year of his
tory, Two hours. Maxey.
19. History .of the Tariff M. W at
11. Open to all who have had- one
year of history in the University. Two
23. Graduate Seminary M. W., at
5. Subject: Slavery,' 1820-1845. Con
sult Instructor. Caldwejl.
25. Conference for graduate students
Alternate Thursdays, 7 to 9 p. m.
29. English History to 1603. M. W.
F. at 9 or 4. Open to all students.
Three hours. Jones.
31. Current History Tu., at 5 or F.,
afT.17 Open to advanced students and
others on consent of instructor. Ono
35., Seminary. Hour to be arranged.
Subject: English Opinion "on Ameri
can Revolution. Open to graduates
and' to advanced students on consent
of instructor. Two hours. Jones.
33. The RenaiBsanpe. T. Th., at 4.
Open to all who have had one year of
history. Three hours. oJnes.
We Want You to Appear
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Let us advise you that we have made great pre
paration to outfit you, for this occasion.
The best manufacturers have contributed to
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BLACK RACE DOOMED.
MINNEAPOUIS, Minn. May 27. A
future of utter hoplessness was- pic
tured ior the negro race by Profes
sor Albert R. Jenks, of the chair of
'; sociology, to his classes In Minnesota
state university today.
'The negro has not future," he said.
"The negro is saturated with disease
and his present strength is due to the
little white blood in his veins. He has
no place in the economic world. He
is even crowded from the cotton fields
by Italians. The negro yields to every
race. The American negro is doomed."
The women of Washington Universi
ty are 'doing cross country ruhing,
and will enter track athletics this
The receipts of the Harvard Ath
letic Association for the year 1906
7, amounted to more than $110,000.
The freshmen at the University of
Pennsylvania refused to follow the ex
ample set v by the upper-classmen last
week, by voting down a proposition to
do away with political campaigning
In class elections. They argued that
the 'honor laystem" can wait until
they know bettor what their class
mates' game is observed as a holiday.
Wellesly enrolled four Chinese girls
ithla year, jth first sent to this country
'by the Chinese government
Jack Best wishes everyone to ompty
his locker before leaving school. All
lockers not opened and cleaned out
before the close of school will be
broken into and the contents destroyed.
C. H. Frey, florist, 1133 O St
Beckman Bros. Fine shoes, 1107 O. st
Cameron's lunch coiinter 123 So. 12.
Send In your news Items to the
The Lincoln "High School Alumni
Association will give a dance at Fra
ternity hall Wednesday evening, June
3. Walt's Orchestra. Tickets can be
secured from Laurence Holland, Ralph
Mosley, Will Byerts, Alden Bumstead
and Len Heggelund.
Go to 'Mrs. J. C. Bejl, hairdresser,
Bat at Slam's.
Try Dalrymple's Baked Goods.
All students In Field Geology 5 who
have not made the, trip to Milford will
do so on Saturday, May 30, leaving
Lincoln at 7 o'clock on the Burlington,
returning at noon. G. E. CONDRA. (
Lost LadteaLjrold watch, engraved
(With Initials L. TfT
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 8o
pleasing about a souvenir spoon They are serviceable too. We have
an elegant line to pick from Uni as well as Lincoln.
HENDERSON & HALD,
132 No. 10th Street
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