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Spalding's New Spring
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ADDRESSES AND TREE PLANTING
AT STATE FARM.
TO SET OUT MEMORIAL TREES
H0N0R8 FOR DISTINGUISHED NE
Addresses In Afternoon by Regent
Coupland, Governor Shallenber-
ger, Dean Bessey, W. O.
Jones, Q. W. Wattles.
Tomorrow Ih Arbor Day and tbe oc
casion inaugurated by J. Storllng Mor
ton or Nebraska will bo fittingly ob
served by tho Unlvorrilty of Nebraska.
Tho exorcises will be held at tho state
farm and a program of spooches and
tree planting will fcaturo tho day.
A now plan will thlH year bo inaug
urated In ttio tree-planting oxcrclsos.
Ono treo will bo planted for each of
a number of prominent Nobraskans.
Thero will bo memorial troeB and tboy
will bo suitably marked with motal
tablots as noon as they attain a rea
Bonnblo height. It Is suggested by
some of thoHo Interested In the move
that the plan be continued from year
to year. If this is dono flip Btate farm
campus will eventually bo the site of
a series of memorials uniquely testi
fying to the memory of tho great men
of the Htate. '
Program of Addresses.
At 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
ABHombly hall tho following- program
will bo given:
"Arbor Day" Hon. George Coup
"ReluUon of Forost Preservation to
tho Prosperity of the State" Gover
"A D6tanlst Among the Trees"
Dean (.'. E. Bessey.
"Beautifying the Farm Home"
Address Will Owen Jones.
Address Hon. G. W. Wattles.
"Public Parks" Rov. 0. S. Har
rison. Tree Planting.
will bo planted by tho fol-
Mr. Joy Morton, Governor
('. Shallenborger, President
Charles S. Allen of tho Board of Re
gents, Regent Wx G. Whltmore, F. H.
Abbott. V. G. Lyford, C. B. Anderson
NONE TOO EARLY
To see about Special Work for Graduation Pins, Fobs, Radges, Tro
phies, Souvenirs, Etc. Better let us figure with yon. Our work is su
perior. Our prices aro low.
Est. 1871. HALLETT, Jeweler
and George Coupland, Dean C. E. Bes
sey, Rov. 0. S. Harrison of the Ne
braska Park and Forestry association,
Issnc Pollard, Secretary W. R. Mol
lor of tho state board of agriculture,
Socretary L. M. Russell or the State
Horticultural society, A. R. Shedd of
tho association of agricultural stu
dents, O. H. Liebers, president of tho
senior cIobb of the eollego of agricul
ture, and Chancellor Avery.
DON'T LIKE THE DATE.
(Continued from Pajjo 1)
amfhations than go back to the old
"Of course it may harm the man
who is going to work during tho sum
mer," said one prominent undergrad
yesterday. "In a few cases contracts
may have been entered into which
cannot be broken.' I should think
that in such oxtromo casos somo com
promise could bo made with the uni
versity authorities. But a lot of tho
kickers nro -kicking from lovo of the
chance. They don't like to camp at
any time. By tho now arrangement
camp will not Interfero with studying
for oxams and I, for ono, am mighty
glad of that. That has been ono of
the big troubles of camp lnth6 past,
but this will stop it. I should think
on tho .whole tho now' deal Is tho (best
that could bo devised."
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100 per cent Extra Wear
Made with "Easy Tie
Slide" space and "Pat
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One of 100.
P08ITION8 OPEN TO TEACHER8.
Graduates Are Wanted to Fill Places
In Many Schools.
According to a recent list put out
by the Thurston Teachers Agency a
number of positions aro open to tho
students, graduating this spring as
teachers and instructors over tho
United StateB. -.
There are between thirty-five and
forty-five positions listed, paying all
the way from $GG0 to $2,800 per year.
The avorage salnry offered, however,
Is from $1,000 to $1,250.
These positions Include almost
every subject taught at the university
with a row additions. Applications
are wanted for teachers in physics,
chemistry, mathmetlcs, history, psy
chology, English, general science, ag
riculture, zoology and anatomy, econ
omics, animal husbandry, botany and
physics, Latin and Gorman, Greek,
French and German, French and
Spanish, mechanical drawing, manual
training, domestic science, civil en
gineering, violin and piano, civics,
girls' gymnasium work and commer
Many of these positions are In state
normals or colleges. Several positions
such as city superintendent, ward prin
cipal and academy principal are also
open. Applications are also wanted
for the positions of president of
Notice The members of tho classes
In field geology 5 and G, will make tho
Platte river trip Friday and Saturday
of this week, leaving via tho Burling-
Iton, Friday morning, April 23 at 7:15.
All who expect to go are requested to
roport to Mr. Bingston before Thurs
day noon, April 22.
O O 00000(
GET8 MANY NEW BUILDINGS.
University of Washington Profits By
Coming Exposition. .
Work on its grounds that would
have taken tho Uniyorsity of Washing
ton at Seattle ton years to accomplish,
has boon dono in two years by tho Al-a8ka-Yukon-Pnciflc
Exposition, ip pre
paration for tho great World's Fair
which Is to bo hold on tho university
campus during tho summer of 1909.
Approximately $1,600,000 is being ex
pended foi permanent buildings and in
further beautifying tho campus.
Tho oxposition has apent more than
$300,000 in work on tho grounds ex
clusive of buildings. Five miles of
roads and avonues have been graded
and paved with asphalt. A complete
sewerage system embracing throe
miles of pipe has been' laid. With
this goes the sovon miles of wator
mains that cover tho entire campus.
After tho exposition 1b over the uni
versity will find 'it has a natural am-
pitheator staged and seated, able at
loast to caro for 25,000 persons.
Besides these things two subways
have been constructed under the
northern Paplflc railroad tracks which
cross- the lower campus. Another
$100,000 has been spent in parking the
grounds in terraces, shrubs and trees
and In overy way possible to beautify
the university campus on which tho
A social museum has been started
at Iowa. It consists, of photographs of
tho lifo of other peoples, and shows
their economlo activities, and their In
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Miss Alice Compton will leave to
morrow for St. Paul, Minn., where sho
goes as a dolegato for tho University
Y. W. C. A., at tho second biennial
convention of tho United States, which
Ib held in St, Paul from April 22, to 26.
Through tho kindness of Mrs. F. M.
Hall, chairman of the state committee,
the University Y. w. C. At was ablo
to Bend Miss Compton. While in ,-fit.
Paul Miss Compton will bo the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hodgman. Mr.
Hodgman was formorly state high
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cycle at 25 per cent discount. Inqulro
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FOR SALE A now $60 bicycle for
$25. Seo Nebraskan manager. 122-tf
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