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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
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Insertion tor every fifteen words or
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Insertions 40 cents.
Due bill for sale on an up-to-date
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Nebraskan manager. C3dh-tf
Lost Saturday ovening, lady's pocket
book. Contained owner's calling
cards, $2 reward for roturn Intact to
registrar's oflico, Stato Unlvorslty.
Miss M. M. 103-88-2t
' LOST Waterman fountain . pen
.without cap. Howard for return to
Wobraskan ofllce. 3t-89-104
Happenings, of the Past
' Miss Ellon Smith, registrar of tho
Unlvorslty of Nebraska, resigned be
causo of tho dissatisfaction with tho
salary that was being paid.
8lx Years Ago.
Athlottcs suffered severoly from n
ruling whoroby only n limited num
ber of men were permitted to bo ex
cused from drill for participation in
athletics. No students at all woro per
mitted to bo excused during tho sec
Five Years Ago.
MIbb Ellen Smith, formerly regis
trar of the university, died at her
homo at 1:30. Tho causo of her death
was given as cancer, which dovelopod
shortly after she roBlgned her position
Four Years Ago. '
Track men commenco systematic
Fire In the, Unlvorslty Book store
believed to bo the work of fire-bugs.
One Year Ago.
Hoard of regents created the col
lego of education nnd mndo Dr. Chas.
E. Fordyco dean of tho now college.
Dr. Fordyco was formerly dcaii of the
collego of liberal arts and sciences at
PERSIAN REGISTERS FOR WORK
Native of Asia Will Study Chemistry
Lazarus Mallek, a native of Persia,
has ontorcd tho University of Ne
braska. Mallok.will take a course In
chomlstry. He 1b now living in Lin
coln and Is doing other work in addi
tion to carrying the university course.
Contrary to tho usual custom of
taking a unlversltyCourso ns a prep
aration for the experience of actual
life, Mallek has tnkon 'a varied nnd
exciting enreor of experience in ninny
countries as a preparation for his work
in tho University of Nebraska. He
lived in Persia until twenty-two yours
of age. Thon he traveled Into Russia,
preaching the goBpel of the Presby
terians. During his seven years of
ministering In Russia In the interests
of tho gospel he was imprisoned eight
times. Ills persecution at length bo
cilino so severe that he was' forced t,o
flee from Russia to America.
Since arriving In America Mr. Mai-
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lok has obtained naturalization papers..
Ho will not return to his missionary
work, however, until he receives tho
degree of M. D. This he Intends to
secure at Nebraska.
.Mr. Mellok has two years of medical
work already and within two or threo
.years he expects to get his degree.
Ho registered In tho University of
Nebraska last semester but because of
financial difficulty he was forced to
Mr. Mallek Is but thirty-six years
old, yet he has traveled all over Eu
ropo and the United States. Ho was
n student at Ashland Collego of The
ology and nlBO took work at Wesloyan
University, His course this semester
Is entirely In tho chemistry depart
Thursday morning the students in
animal husbandry, at tho stato farm,
will leave on a special train for South
Omaha. Hero hey will study meth
ods omploycd in the handling- of Hyc
stock. The Btudents will bo in chargo
of Professor Smith, who will conduct
them on an Inspection tour Of tho
stockyards and packing houses, in tho
morning. Tho afternoon will bo de
voted to lectures by govornmont In
spectors, who will use diseased ani
mals to Illustrate their locturos, At
a uig Dnnquot, w,mcn will ue served in
tho lobby of tho Union Stock. Yards
Ob.'s exchange building. A similar trip
is planned for the students at; tho
Iowa state agricultural college at
Amos, la. Tho Ames students will
visit tho Sioux City, Iowa, stock yards
and packing houses.
A LARGE DELEGATION
8EVENTEEN 8TUDENTS TO GO TO
PROFESSOR BARKER TO SPEAK
The Demonstration by University Men
Planned to Aid Passage of County
. Option BUI Fails to Mater
Tho unlvefrslty Y. M. C. A. will send
a delegation to tho stato convention
to bo hold nt Hastings, February 18-21,
which will' be the largest over sent
from this school. Seventeen men from
tho university and five from the stato
farm go, making, a, total of twority
four delegates. Last year Nebraska
was represented by ten men. The
delegates will loavo Friday evening
over tho Burlington, roturning Mon
TIiobo going from the university are:
H. N. Plasters, H. L. White, A. H.
Quthbert, C. A. Rutledge, R. E. Rice,
O. N. Foster, K. P. Frederick, N.
H. Reynolds, R. F. Curtis, F. J. Claries,
G. 0. Klddoo, E. N. Kuhn, A.k. And
rews, S. A. Mnhood and J. L. Thomas.
Besides there, J. L. Derklnderen, the
general secretary, and Professors Bar
ker and Heck will bo present. J. L.
Dorklndoron will bo the secretary of
Professor Barker of this university
is ono of tho speakers on tho program.
Chancellor Strong of Kansas univer
sity will bo present nnd speak on "Tho
Student Objective." Jolin R. Board
man of New York City, Dr. D. E.
Jenkins of Omaha and John W. Hnri
sol of Chicago aro other prominent
men who will address the convention.
Plnns had been mndo by tho Uni
versity association to gather a body
of men together to bo present when
the "county option" bill should come
up for consideration and to show by
their presence where they stood on
tho subject. For thiB purpose a num
ber gathered yesterday morning, as
this was the date set for the bill to
come up, but It failed to materialize.
Tho bill did not come before the legis
lature at tho expected time, so the
plan had to be abandoned.
YOUNG & VAN TINE
134 NORTH 12TII
Programs, Menus, In
CAGE WORK NEXT WEEK
(Continued from Pagu l)
games close will bo to shoot baskets
accurately. In tho first game at Min
neapolis tho Gophers outclassed the
Nebraska quintet in team work and
played tho ball in the Nebraska terri
tory a greater share of both halves.
They, howovor, were not able to locate
tho basket and mlBsod shot after shot.
Gophers Inaccurate Tossers.
If tho northerners play in that form
when thoy aro hero this week thoy
ought to fall a prey to tho pupils of Dr,
Clapp. Last week their inaccurate
goal tosBlng nearly cost thorn a shut
out at tho hnnds of tho Chicago uni
versity live, Tho score of tho game
was 27 to, 2 in favor ot the Maroons.
The Gophers scored their singlo field
basket during tho last half mlnuto of
play in tho second half of tho contest.
That gamo was played on Friday
night. Tho noxt ovening the Gop'hors
took tho Northwestern university flvo
Into camp very easily.
During the intornilssion between
halves tho halves of tho gamo in tho
armory Friday night the Nebraska
gymnastic team will perform, doing
some ot the work thatthoy will later
be called upon to exhibit In the west
ern intor-colloglato gymnastic contest.
fraternity brothers at Alpha Theta Chi
house for a few days. Mr, Craig,
until shortly before Chrjstmas, waB
studying for his A. M. degree at Cor
noll, whore ho had a fellowship In
psychology. Ho was compelled to drop
his studies on account of his health
Succeior to Pitt
Sacial Evening - - . Friday
Advanced Class - Saturday Eva.
Class Evenings Mertay fc Wednesday
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