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GRADUATE SCHOOL HAS DEVEL
OPED IN EVERY WAY.
MANY LINES ARE REPRESENTED
8tudontB Taking Graduate Work Are
Found In All Departments of
the University Roll of
With tho holding of the banquet ot
the grnduato cluh of tho UnlvorHlty of
NohrnHkn lust evening In the Temple,
tho Work find poHltlon of tho grndu
ato college woro emphasized and it8
growing Importance made strikingly
apparent. Through tho action of the
laHt legislature what waB known as
tho graduate school of tho University
of Nobraskn, became tho present grad
uate college. As such It has grown
bo rapidly that at tho preBent time It
ranks among tho formoat among tho
unlversltloB of UiIb country.
Tho graduate collogo Is tho ranking
college of tho university and only after
taking n full college course will stu
dontB ho admitted for work. Tho
work In tho graduate school fits its
students for Intonsivo research work
along nearly all linos of Instruction.
This Implies tho ubo of tho library and
all data published on tho particular
subject; all In nil, n dotallod study ot
the problem In hand. After his InvoB
tlgatlon 1b finished tho student em
hodlos tho data In tho form of a theBls
which whon placed In proper form is
accopted by tho graduate collogo In
llou of n dogroe.
Lines of Work.
Tho principal lines of work now be
ing taken up in tho graduato colloge
are those along the lino of agricultural
education, political and social prob
lems, and apodal problems In applied
sciences. All of tho work Is done
under tho direction of profoBsors who
havo had experience In graduato
work and whoso published work has
rocolved attention throughout this" and
many other countries.
In years past a number of high
cIobs thoBes have been published by
membors of tho graduate school. At
the present tlmo several admiral pa
pors aro ready for tho press. These
aro for both second and third degrees.
According to a list made out laBt
ovonlng there wero 118 students regis
tered for graduate work. Tho num
ber rogistored for research work In
tho various departments aro: political
science 31; soil, 2; zoology, 6; bot
any, 17; bacteriology, 2; aBtronomy. 1;
American history, 12; agricultural
chemistry, 2; agrlcutlural botany. 1;
Greek, 2; geology, 3; French, 3; Eu
ropean history,. 5; English literature,
and language, 9; education, 16; elec
trical engineering, 1; chemistry, 2;
goograpby and economic geology, 15;
Latin, 2; mathematics, 6; philosophy,
6; physiology, 7, and political econ
Members of College.
A list of tho graduate students fol
lows: Mnttlo Allen, L. D. Albortson,
W. E. A. Auld, S. C. Basu, B. A. Bur
dick, May Bordwoll, O. J. Barneby, A.
H. BIgelow, E. O. Bishop, Clara Bal
lard, D. S. Burrago, Wm. G. Bishop,
T, A. Butcher, J. M. Brown, Ellon
Clark, I. C, Cutter, Mary Crawford, A.
R. Calvert, Anna Corkon, A. P. Capen
tor. V. J. Chrl8loV. R. E. Dale. Brottin.
ia daughters, H. a. Duncanson, M. R.
Daughters, R. W. Eaton.H. L. Ewlng,
R. A. Emerson, Clarence Emerson, P.
G. Ernst, Ethel Ereford, H. L. Foltz,
E. K. Piles, Ethel Fold, Flora Plfer,
.Cato. Foster, Rev. Chas. Gllmoro, M.
R. GUmore, E. A. Grove, Agnes Gor
don, Katherino Gibson, Paul Gobs, W.
J. GuBhee, Edwin Guthrie, H. H. Hahn,
D. C. Hilton, Thos. Hulton, P. Howard,
A. J. Hargett, A. L. Harvey, Ethel
House, Tlcla Harmony, T. Inouyo, Del
ia Ingram, W. R. Jackson, L, A. Jones,
Mlra Krns, W. B. Kllno, P. K. Kruog
or, J, K. Krueger, J..C, Knode, A. J.
Luddon, J, S. lewis, S. R. Lame, Merlo
Little, Anna Lute, F. W. Leavitt, Edith
Long, t). C, Montgomery, Eva Myers,
Mary Hf , McLean, H. E. McComb,
.Candor ejspn .Rev, "S. ,A, Newman,
HAS RAPID GROWTH
E. B. Nowton, Follx Nowton, Daisy
Needham, Zoo Nuns, Dr. Inez Phil
brick, J. R. Purcoll, N. F. Potorson,
Ruth Pyrtlo, Olivia Pound, Laura Pfol
ffor, W J. Pepporberg, Mrs. Beth Phil
lips, Percy Purylance, G. W. Phllpott,
Allc" Purlnton, X W. Roberts, Edith
Robblns, Winifred Rbwell, W. L. Schu
port, Joseph Sparks, Mrs. Josoph
Sparks, W. L. Stb'phehB, W. W. 8toner,
M. H, Swenk, R. D. Scott, Dorothea
SeabrooK Nt'llle Shugart, J. E. Taylor,
( E. 'I'ach, ChaB. Teach, C. E. Tom
plo, ( $3. Vail, Edith Van Mlddlos
worth, C.N. Walton, H. P. "Willlama,
A. J. Warren, C. A. Wells, Lena B.
Walker. J. A. Warrant H. P. Williams,
Julia Wort, Julia Watson, TollaWontz.;
Two girls In the UnlverBlty of Mis
souri havo won Bcholarslilps In Bryn
At IoWa the freshman class Is mak
ing -arrangements to entertain the vis
itors at tho Iowa IntcrscholaBtic.
Tho Wisconsin Spectator will not
uppear again this year. Some publi
cation will bo Btnrtod next fall, but
It Is not known whether the old Spec
tator will bo purchased or a now one
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parties on Mon., Tues., Thurs. and
Fridays at 1132 N; on Tuos. and
Thurs. at 1124 N. Lincoln Dancing
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FOR SALE A new $60 bjcycle for
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lost And found.
LOST Notebook and Candy's An
alytics. Please return to Nebraskan
office. W. T. Carroll, 8t
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WORK OF SOCIETY
FURNI8HE8 MUCH VALUABLE 'N
FORMATION TO 8TATE.
COURSE IN LEGISLATION
PROVED AN AID TO WORK OF THE
Many High 8chools and Normals Use
the Reference Department for
Securing Material for Use
The work of the Historical Societv
has each year become more effective
and, during tho last two yearr. has been
tho means of furnishing countless val
uable and sometimes otherwise un
attainable Information to citizens a"nd
students of the state as well' as to
members of tho legislature.
Addison E. Sheldon,- at tho head of
tho department has boon conducting
a course In the university on practical
legislation. Tho final examinations
in this course were .held a week ago
and tho work for the semester closed
up. Thirty-three men took tho course
during the past year and proved very
helpful to tho work of tho past legisla
ture. They acted as assistants to the
legislative reference department dur
ing the entire session of that body.
The work of this department of the
Bociety Is at present proving of Ines
timable benefit to the officials who aro
about to undertake the work of ascer
taining the physical valuation of the
railroads of Nebraska. Tho material,
collected by the department on tho
physical valuation of railroads has
been put Into these officials' hands
and has been used entirely during tho
The society is at present engaged In
compiling a pamphlet of original fig
ures never before published. They
treat of taxation and tree planting In
Nebraska, and aro destined for gen
eral public use and alBo for tho Bpeclal
use of tho legislature at Its next ses
sion. At present tho society Is send
ing circulars to all of the county as
sessors in Nebraska. It is not oxpect
ed to havo the book compiled before
the latter part of the Bummer, as some
delay is anticipated In getting in all
of tho data.
Benefits High Schoo8.
Tho work of the department has
been of especial benefit to the high
schools and normals of tho state dur
ing the pnst year. Many have made
use of the reference department In
securing material for debates. Over
twenty-five high schools and both tho
Kearney and Peru normals bave drawn
upon the society for such material.
This department of tho society was or
ganized only two years ago, but Is al
ready one of the indlspenslble parts of
LIEUTENANT OVER8TREET HERE.
University Man Visits Campus After
Lieutenant Luther M. OvoiBtreet of
the United States navy was a campus
visitor Thursday. Lieutenant Over
treet was enroute to his home at Ar
borvlllo, Nebraska, after returning
from a trip around tho world with tho
United States battleship fleet.
Lieutenant Overstroet waB a Btudent
In the university In the late eighties.
Ho loft tho university to enter the
;navy. He was one of the officers of
tho Oregon during Its trip around tho
horn and was inwtho first boat which
left that ship when the Spanish ships
WILL START TODAY FOR EUROPE.
Miss Hayden and Miss Pfelffer Sail on
Mlsa Hayden of the art department
and Miss Pfelffer of the department of
European history leave today for New
York City. v They sail next Saturday
for Europe where they will remain un
Miss Hayden will go at once to Hol
land to study art and to paint Miss
Pflolffer goeB to Paris where sbo will
study for two months. For the rest of
the "slimmer ' abe will 'travel through
fevary Loyal University StuStnt',
is urged to patronize tneee ne
braskan advertiser, ahdtlw men
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