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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1909)
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THE FIRST TRUST
Owned by the Stockholder of the
Flrat National Bank
Interest f ajd at 4 per Cent
First National BaaX hooma, Tenth A O
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Anyone sending a sketch aaajeeertptlon may
shiit niunuuu our opiuiqp bhwbi
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HUMAN HEAD A TROPHV
GRUESOME OBJECT SURMOUNTED
CAMPUS gate, '
prank Qf Medical studenJ
Skull Came JFrom Body 8ent to Labor
o n f v ' ' .fee
atorlea of Medical Colego for DIs- '
taction Purposes Returned
by Dr. Wolcott.
A human bdad, with hatr and mus
tacho romainlng with lifelike appear
ance surmounted the West Elovfcnth
street gate 'yesterday morning and
Btartlcd university students hurrying
to oight o'clock classed Severed frbm
the body and held In place by the
Jron Hplke which tops off the ornament
features of the gate, the head pre
sented a most gruesome spectacle.
With one eyo staring opon and the
other closed, thore was nevertheless
a sxotosque effect which could not
u cruiso amusement to thOBo who
Wtii sufficiently hardened' not to ho
ova sorao by the more serious aspects
'fl o head was first discovered by
etu nits going to early morning
class oh. Owing to Its height from tho
sJtlervalk, it would, not have ordinarily
iUff.cted tho attention,, of students
pagf ng through tho gate, but as soon
ae ne of tho oarly morolrig flfrers1
7 tho spectacle It wrb the center
pf ttractlon for al.
Hanging from tho head was a -sign
behrltigr-ln lafgeletterfl 'thd words
"Smokers Beware." This sign was
responsible for tho collection of "an
unusually largo number of smoko de
votees about the gate, who persisted
In dofylng superstition and the edict
of the gruesome head.
Girls flocked frbm the library to
view the strange sight and a crowd
of tho curious hung about the gate
during the hour or more that the
head remained in Its place. When
the morning was half gone the uni
versity authorities got wind of tho
circumstances and Dr. Wolcott of the
collego of medicine was deputised to
return the head to its placo In tho
laboratories of Nebraska Hall.
The skull was apparently taken
from the laboratory some time late
Tuesday evening. It had been used
for experimental work and any one
of several students might have taken
It. It was placed on the gate somo
time during the night and was ready
early in the morning to greet tho stu
Osher Schlalfer, '03, is superintend
ent of Schools at Lako Preston, So.
Elva L. Sly, '03, Is general secretary
of tho Y. W. C. A., University of Ar
kansas, Fayettevlllo, Ark.
II .A. Blckford, '04, has resigned his
"position with Rudgo & Guenzel and
has been made business manager of
the Sunlight Sanitarium, Lincoln.
J. H. Broady, 04, Is editor of the
Nebraska Synoptical Digest, 520 Burr
block, Lincoln, Nebr. The Digest, a
three-volume work, 1b now completed
and will bo placed on tho market this
Emory It. Buckner, '04, who has
been assistant United States district
attorney for tho Southern district of
'New York, since January, 908, has
had In charge tho taking of evidence
4n the government's $1,000,000 case
against tho sugar trust.
E. L. Culvor, '04, Is practicing law
at Tacoma, yash.
L. M. Huntington, '04, Is an en
gineer In charge of construction,
Marx & WindBor, Guantanamo, Cuba.
William L. Kuser, 04, writes that
he has lived in Iowa since his gradua
tlon. Mr, Kuser is superintendent! Df
the Iowa State Industrial School for
Boys, Eldora, Iowa.
Margaret V, Maguire, '04, has suc
ceeded E. E, York as .teacher of sci
ence in the Superior high school.
Ernest JJ Monroe, law '04, A. B. '07,
has been elected superintendent of
fho Shelton schools.
Alva Remstev, iaw '04, is engaged In
tho real estate business at Abordoo
Helen 0. Strootor. '04. elves' her ad
dress as Mrs. L. M. Huntlngto'n, 2b J
E. Slxty-flftr street Gh"caWill. Mr.
Huntington is in the government em
ploy In Cuba.
Fred R. Wright, '04, Is a lawyer at
The complete program of senior
week has been published at Boston
Every Minnesota cadet must march
in th.p Decoration day parade or re
ceive a flunk.
The annual Interclass track meet at
Cornoll was wort by tho seniors with
Tho Theoodore Thomas Orchestra
will play at the Michigan Music Fes
tival this spring.
The athletic association at Boston
Tech has voted to sell seaso ntfekets
for all sports at 3.00.
One of tho janitors at the University
of Missouri is proposing to organize
a janitor's union there.
Try-outs are being hold at Michigan
for places on the, aaff of the student
directory for next year.
Minnesota co-eds are finding trouble
in selecting their men escorts for the
evening May-pplo dancp.
Large numbers of men are out for
the spring meet at Boston Tech. Tho
juniors are expected to win.
The University of Missouri recently
received $26,769 to establish a fund
for tho education of poor students.
After Commencement Day, the grad
uate department of Cdrnell University
will be khown as the graduate school.
Tho mechanical engineering society
at Boston Toch may affiliate with the
American Society of Mechanical En
gineers. At Missouri the glee club has been
forced to postpone its minstrel show
a week because of a lack of singers
The recent action of the university
band at Michigan in awarding itself
an insignia has been disapproved by
the student council.
The University Hatchet of George
Washington University, is appealing
to the students to pay up their sub
scriptions so that tho management
may quit square.
Invitations will' bo ready for dis
tribution Friday, May 21. Watch
gates for place.
YALE C. HOLLAND, Chairman.
Want - Ads
AdverUeeaaenta for tie went ad
colomu eaoala ee left at the auelaeee
office, basement' Admlalatratloa Bids.,
between 10 a. m. aad U a. or k
tween 2 p. m. and' 6 p. m.
Cash must accompany all oraere for
want ads, at the rate at 10 oeota pej
Insertion for every fifteen words 'or
fraction thereof for the first inser
U'dn;' three'lflsertirins 15 cemtsfflTe
Insertions' 40' cents. '
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Fridays at 1132 N; on Tues. and
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FOR SALE A new ?50 bicycle for
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