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CHOICE MUST BE MADE AT THE'
END OF 8ECOND YEAR.
MORE RIGID REQUIREMENTS
NEW 8Y8TEM OF ADVI80R8 18 OF
FICIALLY APPROVED. '
Recommendation That the Committee
On Student Delinquency Have
a P,ld Secretary Passed
on By the Faculty.
for whatever yo.u
. may do
We say and prove
that W& Give the BEST
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advisability of holding the spring reg
. Respectfully submitted,
S. AVERY, Chairman.
CHARLES E. BESSEY.
ELLERY W. DAVIS.
GEORGE E. HOWARD.
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The faculty of the college of liter
ature, science, and arts has adopted
a revised system of registration and
of faculty advisors for students
which makes at loaBt one Important
change In the plan at present fol
lowed. Hereafter students In tho ac
ademic college must select tholr ma
jor subjects at the beginning of tho
second Instead of the third yoar, as
Is the coBe at present.
This action was determined upon
by the faculty of tho college In ap
proving a roport offered by a com
mltteo consisting of Chancollor Avery,
DeanB Bessoy and Davis, Professors
Howard and Foslor, and the regis
trar. This committee considered var
ious plans which wero suggested and
they presented tho following roport,
which was possqd: .,
1. The dean of the college shall be
the chief advlBer of the students In
2. The dean shall bo assisted by a
boar dof permanent advisors com
posed of the bends of departments
represented In this college and by a
board of temporary advisers for
freshmen composed of such persons
as the heads of departments Inter
ested In freshmen work shall desig
3. After September 1, 1909, all stu
dents In thlB college shall be required
to select the major subject at the be
ginning of the second year. The head
of the department In that subject
shall be his permanent adviser.
4. During registration week, the
dean of the college and tho board of
temporary advisers shall be present
In Memorial hall for the registration
of freshmen students. As the stu
dents .present themselves they shall
bo sent In rotation to tho advisers.
The adviser Bholl examine the student
concerning his preparation and his
purpose In coming to the university;
he shall help him In tho arrangement
of his course of study, Indlvatin
of his course of study, Indicating the
required subjects and what additional
subjects If any are to bo elected
will be most useful to him In the
work that he has in view. The stu
dent shall take this form to tho dean
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gan drove a low fly to Metcalfe and
Scott hit a high one to Dudgeon.
AB. R. H. O. A. E.
Cooko, cf 5 2 2 1 0 0
Grcenslit, C....5 0 1 5 0 0
Clarke, lb 4 1 2 9 1 1
Parroll, 2b 4 0-2 3 1 0
Boltzer, 3b 4 0 0 3 4 0
Dugeon, If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Sturtzneggor, rfl 112 0 0
Metcalfe, ss 4 0 1 3 2 0
Ward, p .A 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 38 4 10 27 9 1
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Burcham, 8S....4 0 2 1 0 1
Caves, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
McCoy, If 4 1 1 1 0 0
Dugan, cf 4 0 0 10 0
Scott, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Van Meter, C...3 0 0 10 2 0
JonoB, 2b 3 0 0 0 2 0
Witter, lb 3 0 0 9 19
Musgrave, 3b... 3 0 1 2 3 1
Totals 32 1 1 24 12 2
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Three base hit: MfcCoy. Two-base
hit: Grcenslit. Sacrifice hits: Met
calfe, Carroll. Stolon bases: Cooke,
Carroll. First base on balls: Off
Ward, 2; off Caves, 2. Hit with
pitched ball: Caves. Struck out: By
Ward, 2; by Caves, 5. Double play:
Seltzer to Metcalfe. Time: 1:25. Um
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CJFFERS TO WORK WITHOUT PAY.
Prominent Newspaper Man Believes
j in School of Journalism.
; Leroy J. Boughner, city editor of
tho Minneapolis Tribune, recently ex
pressed the belief that the initiation of
tho new course in Journalism at the
UnlvevBlty of Minnesota should not
be placed in the hands of one actuated
by any deslro of financial reward and
he backed up his belief by volunteer
ing to President Northrop, to deliver
lectures for two years without cost
to tho university.
He told President Northrop he be
lieved the course should consist of at
least two lectures a week, half of
the total number to be on theory and
half on practice.
A formal statement of his offer has
been forwarded to President Northrop.
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College work required for Admiwion
Full work in the Summer Quarter
Flrt Term June ai-July 28
Second Term July ao-Sept. 3
Write (or full particulars to the Dean ol Medical
Coumes, the University ol Chicago,
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A Permanent Adviser.
5. The adviser to whom a fresh
man student Is thus assigned at reg
istration remains his ." adviser until
the choice of a major subject or sub
jects is made. Ho shall give tho stu
dents under his charge shuch assis
tance as may he necessary to make
their work successful.
polnted through the senate commit
tee on nominations to constitute a de
linquent student committee with Pro
fessor Chatburn-as ohalrman;- and a
7. The acting chancellor shall be
1 requested to recommend to tho board
(of regents the annolntmont of a Paid
secretary to this committee.
8. The senate course of study com
mittee shall compile from all depart
ments those subjects for which fresh
men may register and such courses
shall be published for registration
9. Tho ; term "unclassed student"
shall hereafter- bo "adult special."
10, The dean of this college shall b$
tho adviser fop all "adujt special" stu
dents registered In this college.
11. Professor Bnherg and tho regis
trar ure appointed to work out a,plan
fqrttio assignment to recitations and
laboratories In the registration of stu
dents, ' . ' v ' ''-4 . , a
12. The registrar may determine
Tomorrow evening at 8:00 p. m.,
will occur tho marriage of Miss Alma
Vanderveor to Charles E. Keefer, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Vanderveer, 1779 So.
Twenty-sixth street. Miss Vanderveer
was a former university girl and a
member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority.
are now In season. Do you know
any place where you can get as
as you can at' our new store? No
need of being crowded
Last Wednesday afternoon the ac
tive chapter of tho Delta Delta Delta
sorority entertained at the chapter
house In honor of Miss Alma Vander
veer. A beautiful luncheon set was
presented to Miss Vanderveer. by the
members of the sorority. Miss Van
derveer Is a former member of the
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The members of tho Acacia frater
nity held their annual banquet at tho
LIndell hotel last Saturday evening.
About forty members of the fraterni
ty wero present, which number in
cluded the active chapter and many
alumni members. Dr. C. E. Condra,
of .the geography department was
FOR SALE A new f 60 bicycle for
The last meeting of tho Students' $25. See Nebraskan manager. 12Z-tf
Debating Club for the year- 1908-09
was held Saturday evening In U. 106,
with a largo attendance." The regu
lar program consisted of Impromptu
speephos by members of the club. A
disc us.'.lc n of plans for next year, and
the election of next ) car'B officers fol
lowed tho program.
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