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THE DAILY NEBRASKA
Q, R.llOI-F' AGO.
CIQARBi T01ACC0 AND PIPES
11INrlhl1rsi.i Utile Bleck
THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO
' Tim Unlvrnlty ytr It dlldel Into four Quarter!, Winter.
Spring, Summer, ftrd Autumn. Aitmtirlon U HrtMeil tl tl.o
opening ofetcli.on Jnnry oil, April 91, Jitn iMli, 6ml
CrMlutti Imrtiitctlori It ottered In the Graduate BdinoU ol
Artt ami MterMuree And In tli Offdcn (Graduate! School o(
l'roffliinl Imtructlon It offered In tl DWIntty HttioM,
the Ijw Bthoel, Ruth MrtllcM Coltctr (miliel, and lkt
School of IMucat Ion.
Surpmcr Quarter 1900, June itS-Septemler i, 1'frttTermi
June rC-Juljr A Becoftd Termi July -Auguil jt. ftegbtrt,.
tlnn ll permitted for lb entire qouttr or for ;lttitr term.
full and rrjtuUr trtdll l arta for work done. OoecUl
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Every Loyal University Student
It urged to patronize these Ne-
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STATE HISTORICAL CONVENTION
Annual Meeting Being Held In Temple
The tl.lrty-HocoiHl annual mooting
nf the VnlilMHlui SlatO HlHtOllcill HO
plotv and the rioventoonth annual
mcothu; of the Nobruska Territorial
Plonoors UHsoclntlou l being hold In
the Toiiitlc theater yesterday and to
dit. The hohhIoiih opened last even
inu and will continue tbiouehnut to-
The historical society, which hnn
for Its object the preservation of rec
ords, relics and all material minting
to the history of Nebraska, opened Its
mooting at 8 o'clock last evening with
n program at the Temple. Following
an adilioHs of welcome 'by Governor
Shallenbcrgor and the president's ad
di ess by Dr. George L. Miller. Ilex.
William Murphy delivered an address
mi "Comparison of Constitutions. '
Albert Watklns spoke later on the life
aiid work of Judge .1. II. Droady, a
l.l'Holu clll.tn and Nebmska pioneer
whose death recontly was a matter of
sorrow lor all early settlers who know
jr his tffortri iiMiiaklng the state and
'o'-miiig Its government. Prof. C. 15.
!'( rslnger of the university closed the
KOKiani with an illustrated lecture on
he historical geography of Nebraska.
The piogr.im Tor today follows:
s;::n t in:::o a m Nebraska Ter-
rltorl il Pioneers' asKueiation. Rooms
of lUstorlcil society, University Ll-
jiiiiv. Registration, viewing relie,
pioiwer i emriiisecnces.
H):'!'i ji. m., Temple llusater, annual
business Hesslon of pioneers. Address
j. President A. N. Yost.
2:00 . m., Nebraska Slate Mistor-
leal society, Temple theater. Annual
f:'iO p. in., Terillorlal IJioneers,
New Wind'ior hotel. Haiupiet, with
Gen. .1. H. Culver as toastmaster and
flM'-mlniite responses by volunteers.
S:p0 i in., mural meeting of To.
rllorlal Pioneers. Temple thiMler,
wltli following pvogrum:
Violin Polo .. Miss Genevieve Fodreu
Ad(li"Sr- 'I'lii- Nulier Kaniily". .
. . . ..S. i." in Ml'll
AiUI.esr. 'Tlu But tl Groiiiul of
As!t Hollow" Hubert llarvty
Rev. F. .1. McConnell, the new presi
dent of OoPauw, will he Inaugurated
A now pipe organ of six hundred
fourteen pipes Is being Installed at
Sy incuse. Wind Is supplied to the
pipes by a fan blower.
The women at Chicago have begun
u campaign for a inilo of ponnlos for
the new gym fund. The girls ot
each class are to work for coppers
and the ones that first cover a mile
win the eon lest.
Governor Johnson was unable to
keep his dute on the university
lecture course at Washington on ac
count of sickness.
Silas Benf or the department of
journalism at Missouri has resigned
his position to go back to activo news
pupor work. The assistnnt city editor
of the Kansas City Star will succeed
Extensive provision Is being made
for n good time at tho University Set
tlement's Winter Picnic at Chicago
The settlement is in need of funds.
The loft-ovor's at DePattw had a
big entertainment during the holidays.
Piofossor II. M. Muniford, of tho
Agricultural College here",-In a recent
address at the University of Missouri,
otild that Argentina Is a strong rival
of the American fnrnior.
There are thirty-eight Johnsons In
the University of Minnesota, this ono
being tho strongost of the clans thero
banded togethor. The Smiths rank
second, nnd the Andqrsons third.- Tho
Olsons' soom to have been overlooked.
The ' executive committee of "Bib
and Tucker," the freshman girl's so
ciety at Minnesota, has paused un
edict cancelling all dates with upper
classmen for tho junior ball,
MAKE GREAT STRIDES
MARKED DESIRE FOR EDUCATION
)N THE EAST.
MISS TAYLOR TALKS AT CHAPEL
Declares That Now Is the Strategic
Moment In the East and
That Leaders Are Badly
"The east Is hungering for educa
tion and the orient is awaking to the
great part which It Is to play In the
evangelization of the .world." Thus
declared Miss Harriet Taylor, national
secretary of the Y. W. C. A., at con
vocation yesterday. Miss Taylor took
as her subject "Glimpses of Student
Life In Other Lands," and told briefly
of the wonderful progress which la
being made in alj parts of the world
in the development of a more perfect
educational system. She especially
emphasized the foci that the orient
is. with marvelous rapidity, throwing
off the binding ties of 2,000 years" Of
?ompllance with the old system and
's ,'idontmg now methods of education.
Miss Taylor spoke in part as follows:
"The esprit de corps which exists
In colleges and educational Institu
tions is everywhere seen, but the In
tensity of college spirit can onlv bo
shown whero nil the colleges pf the
world get together. At the world con
feience recently held In Japan repre
sentatives from all parts of the world
came together, iukI twelve different
nilloinllties were represented on the
Importance to Japan.
"This was tlio fli st world conference
ever held in .Japan and its results
were far-reaching nnd Important.
Theie bad been a belief among tin
Japanese thai while Christianity was
growing among the more ignorant of
I lie population, the best educated and
most intelligent did not find it satis
factory and were giving it up. When
they Kiivv the kind of people that wero
pioKont at IhiH conference and knew
that many or them were prominent in
business and political life, It changed
their conception or the nature of
"The manner In which the dele
gates were entertained by those high
n tne government ot Japan was a
most sti Iking proof of the marvelous
?huuu'! of feeling which has taken
place. The political leaders took a
vital interest in the entertainment of
the visitors and when one remembers
that It was only fifty years ago thnt
no ChriFtiuus were permitted in
Japan, the marvelous change is better
Development of EaBt.
At the present time me east Is hun
gering for education. The. old system
thai has stood for 2,000 years has
been discarded and modern methods
are being introduced. In northern
China the demand for teachers Is so
gioat that students nre being sent out
with eighteen months training, where
as the curriculum requires three
Advertisements for the wont ad
eclumu should bo left at the business
office, basement Administration Bldg,
between 10 a. in. and 12 m., or be
twoon 2 p. m. nnd 5 p. m.
Cash must accompany all orders for
want ado, at the rate of 10 cents per
Insertion for every fifteen words or
fraction thereof for tho first inser
tion; three insertions 25 cents,; five
insertions 40 cents.
Due bill for sale on nn up-to-date
tailor, at 2fi per cent discount. See
Nobrnsknn manager. G3dh-tf
Lost Jilnclc leather folding poclcot
book, containing small change and val
uable papers, on the campus or in
Mechanic Arts hall. Return to Ne
braskan offico for reward. 3t-C7-3I
FOUND Ladies small sliver watch.
Call nt Nobraskan office and pay for
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