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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Business Directory Ever loynl
University student 1b urged to patron
Isto thes-o Ncbrnslcan ndyertisors, and
to mention tho Nobrnaknn whllo do
First TrUB. fc SavlngB
DAKi.il IRS '
J. C Wood & Co.
Ted Marrlrior. s
Fnrquhar ' , ,
Mngeo & Deemor v
' Mayor Uros.
Palace Clothing Co.
Sjieler & Simon
Arnif trough Clothing Co.
Lincoln Candy Kitchen
Dr. Crumb . . ,
Miller & -Pnlno
Rudge & Guenzol
C. H. Frey.
Mnpoo & Deomor
Palace Clothing Co.
Rudge & Guenzol
Sneler & Simon
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Budd J ,.
Unland " ;-
Armstrong Clothing Co.
Mageo & Deomer
Pnlaco Clothing Co.
Rudgo & Guenzel
Speler & Simon
Continued from Page 1
CHINA A NATION OF
thli'gH they have no corixKpoiidlng
woid ot phiUHO, To counteract thlH
condition, tho uho of RngllBh Ih be
coinTng vrery commoiii
"The government' of China Ih a won
derful yflto,m. In China It haa failed
In part, because of tho lack or moral
fibre or the people, Tor they will, not
put the plana Into oxocutlon. Every
thing comoH from tho omporor. Under
him aro vlcoroya or vIce-onipororH,
who are absolute over their territory.
Under the viceroys aro. govornofa who
EXAMS, OPEN THIS
Final Tests Begin Today and Last
" Until a Week From 8&trday;
Final oxaminatlonH fpf tho flrat ae
iin'Btor begin today and will continue
through until next Saturday. J3gycji
days will bo devoted to the tOKtB.
Today'H examinations will bo'de;
vrted 4p Inrge cIubbch In" which Hovor-
al HoctloiiH will bo combined. TIicbo
Include beginning cUibbob In botany,
physicu, rhetoric, English literature,
languages, and other buqIi classes.
.Mondtiv and Tuesday tho rogular
Fchedule will be opened, with examina
tions b tho hour HyHtom.
are alBo vory powerful and levy such
taxes aa they wish. Every section
of. the country has Its clan or family
government. The leader or those
sections, who may be called the gon
try, exert great Influence over men
higher up, and this often accounts for
the Chinese official refusing to do that
which ho has promised. No ofllclal
can govern his own district. This Is
for fair dealing for all. but tho China
man loves money and will act the wolf
to got ILV
Common People Ignorant.
VThe common people are Ignorant
nmWeupcrHtltlouu and the latter bin
(lers their proper development. Tho
Chinese religion is helped by the fijm
lly worship and ancestor worship. Tho
whole thought of (he people Is what
they can do for those gono before.
Iver night the bunt pilpor before
the Ii doors to drive oaMI splrltB away,
and again In tho morning before they
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july god of mercy In their religion Is
a female goddess."
SPECIAL CONVOCATION TUESDAY
BEGINNING COURSE. N ZOOLOGY..
There 1b offered In the' department
of Zoology In the socond semester a
course known ub zoology A, with Jlvo
hours' credit, wlilclf covers the same
ground as zoology 1 and 2, and which
1b accepted ln-,placoof 1 and-2-wherer
over those courses are required. This
courHo is particularly commended to
those who nre planning to begin the
study of medicine at the beginning of
the second somcBtor, but may be found
of advantago to any who wish to get
n year's work In the subject, but who
were provented from entering zoo
ology 1 by conflict at the beginning of
tho first semester. The course In
volves five hourB attendance and eight
hours of laboratory work, and Is open
to all students.
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Armstrong Clothing Co.
k Men's Bootery
Rogers & Iforklns
M flier & P ilne
Double Program In Tempbi-at 5 p. m..
. Announced for Next Week. '
S. P. Koppel and Vcrnor . L. Mays
will bo tho Hpeakors at tho special' fi
o'clock convocation In tho Temple
next Tuesday. This convocation has
been scheduled as offering an unusual
opportunity to hear two nien'speak on
subjects or value and Interest.
Mr. Kcpi'cl Is secretary or Colum
bia University, New. York." and -will
deliver an address on "Education Out
side of tho Curriculum." Mr. Koppel
is a man of education and ability and
his address is roputed to be worthy of
a largo attendance.
Mr. Maya, principal of the Lincoln
high school, will speak on "Columbia
university s worn in lranuug 1 cacu
ere." Mr. Mays Is well known In Lin
coln and his acquaintance with Colum
bia Ih such that he should be Well in
formed on the subject.
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A TRIP NORTH.
uHng To '
Chancellor Avery will leave Lincoln
Sunday for Fiemont, whore he will
a?hU the Y. M: C. A. Sunday arter
tujhi. He will then go to Oakland
and thence start on a trln of H"wo
weeks which will take hlinHhrough
northern and western Nebraska. Ho
will dolhor addresses at several points
Political science IK), a course lit the
theory and practice or legislation will
bo offered-tVo. coming semester by
i'rofessor Alysworth in conjunction
with Mr. Sheldon, director or the .leg
islative reference library. The li
brary. Tho library will bo used as a
laboratory ror the practical side or the
An undorgraUuate course in muni
cipal government ( political science
32), will also begin this second s-
to recent developments and present
1,600 TO REGISTER NEXT
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GREEK COURSES OFFERED.
Tho department of Breek history
nnd lltoraturo offerB tho following
courses open to all students during
the second semester 1900-10:
Greok In English This caurso i
based primarily on the study of Eng
lish words derived from tho Greek,
with special referenee to modern lit
trary and scientific terms. It is in
tended primarily for thoso students
who reslre to obtain, In ono semester,
a ralr knowledgo or the Greek ele
ments on our own language. Tho
course may also serve as a prepara
tion for course .1. No previous knowl
edge of Greok is required. Flvo
hours' attendance. Five hours' erqdlt.
Daily at 2 p. 111., U201.
A Trip to Greece During the hoc
ond soinpster Proressor Lees will
again conduct a class through "A Trip
to Greece." Tho Itinerary will Tollow
tho routes taken by him during his
two tours of Greece, Tho nlm or tho
courso will bo to present clearly to
tho Btudcnt. the appearance or Greece
as It Is today; Its topography, archl-
JUicinmiiirchaQoloav. -theaters, tern-
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pies, etc.. explained by lectures and ,K'C,,UI-V ""'Portiim
illustrated by -lantern vvlows, X)iq- rr-.
A ... I
hour attendance. One hour credit. 'AN EXHIBIT OF
SECOND SEMESTER GEOGRAPHY..
Tho second semester's course In
general geography, geography 2, will
bo given at 1 o'clock on Tuesdnys
and Thursdays. Especial attention will
bo given the geographic relations of
the different regions of North Amer
lea. Canada, Alaska, Mexico, and Cen
tral America will recelvo considerable
attention. Tho geography of the groat
plains will be studied In detail and
the conservation or natural resources
or the United States emphasized. The
courso Is open to all students In the
Proressor Loveland. will give a two
hour course, geography A, on the ge
ography of the atmosphere. This
course, whllo especially adapted to stu
dents of forestry and agriculture, lb
one that will prove of Interest also
to tho general student. Tho climate
of tho United States Is treated vory
X now lecture course, geography C".'
will bo offered by . ProfeBsor Bengt-
son on Tuosdnys hud Thursdays at "
p. m. This courso 1b known as econ
omic geography and will deal particu
larly In their proper relations with
two Industries of international Impor
tance, the geographic control of cli
mate and topography, and a resumo of
the geography or European countries.
,Tho couise will appoal particularly to
studeqts or economics and to those
preparing to teach.
Agricultural geography 2S, will be
given at .8 o'clock on Tuosdnys and
Thursdays by Doctor Condrn. Tho
courso Is planned especially ror stu
dents or ngrlculturo and engineering.
Especial emphasis will be given road
materials, soils, water supplies and
evolution of farm anlinalB.
Field courses will be offered as fol
lows: geography 0 and 10 for women;
field geography 21 and 122 for mon. Be
ginning students should register for
tho odd-numbered courses. Tho de
partment expects to devote much at
tuition to Instruction in field studios
nV this line of work la considered jaa-.
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TYPEWRITERS SOLD AND
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Tuesdays at 4 4. in.. U20.'J.
LAMB RESIGNS .HIS POSITION.
Registration Tickets Nearly All Given
Out Fine for Delinquents.
register foir second semester work
durjngjho coming week. A smull per
ceijfuj wffi bo new students, but tho
list or these will not bo largo. Tho
week's registration Includes only rogu
lar undergraduates. Post graduateu
and teachers In the. clLyachools will
bo allowed to register during the fol
lowing woeks, the first of the second
Already tickets liavo been gjvon out
to about 1,300 or thoso who will regis
ter. These. tickets have been so dls-
1 trlbutod as to mako any crowding, or
serious delays Improbnble. Tho com-
mltt,oo on assignment to olnsaos will
begin Its sessions Monday and con-
tlnufi,,thrflugh-to-Jir4day, AeUial-reg-fto tho-Unlvorelty-r- NcbHWktt-Tn ae-
looting a graduate or this, school rot
this responsible position, after consld
erlng men from nearly cery. other
soiiooi 01 tno country, tho man seioct
ed Tor this position must be one- or
o-xcollennjolanl'cal ability and tho lion
or conius to Nebraska In having one
oMier graduates so recognized.
Tho curator or tho herbarium to
succeed Mr, Lamb will bo Professor
R. ,T. Pool of tho department of botany
of the XTnlvorsIty. Mr. Pool gradu,
nted from the university In 1907 nnd
has been connected with the depart-
Successor to Position of Curator of
University Herbarium "Named.
Tho resignation of G. E. Lamb, act
ing curator of tho unlvorslty horbnr
lumr has boon received by Dr. Bessoy,
the hoad of tho 'department of botany.
TJ10 resignation Is to tnko effect to
day. Mr. Lamb- gocS1) Washington,
D- C; to tako-a ioltlon with tho
bureau of forestry as export In charge
of the growing and breeding of bas
This position which Mr- Lamb takos
Is a very responsible one as It will re
sult in the working out of tho problem
of starting tho industry of basket
willow i'1'oductlon In this country. In
appointing Mr. Lamb to this position
the government Showed a great honor
Istrutlon vlll commence on Monday
and last until Saturday. This allows
one Mday for tho completion of regis
tration Uftor tho assignment commit-'
tee finishes its. work,
. EnrljK attendance at thp Armory
for conbultatlon with tho assignment
committee will not lusuro a student to
hla-cholccf" of -lnboratopy or-class sec
"tiphs. Air sections will be filled, so'
far m la posslblo: in. equal rntlo, A
BpWtled nunibor will bo assigned to
encVsee.t!on and then others, su that
when tho assignment Is completed at
tho end of the weok practically ajl.soc
Moiis will bo equally filled. .
mentof botany over slnco and Is qw
The Winnings at Chicago Stock Show
May b an at Mlllf A P.in,
Tho school of agriculture has au in
teresting oxhlblt in 4)iio of Millor &
Palnevs windows this week. ' Tho rib
bons "whlc lithe school won on Us ani
mals at tho International live stock
shower which thoro aro about forty,
nro shown. TlicrllilionBTUirfrom ilrs't'
to fifth prizoB. Cuts aro shown of tho
cuts or beef which won threo-fourths
of all tho prizes offered in tho carcass
contest. It shows an almost Idenl
marbling and smoothness. There nro
also somo pictures of animals at the
farm and some pf tho crowds or stu
dents who havo gono on excursions to
Tho unlvorslty hns prepared chemi
cal anulysls or tho digestible rood nu
trient In nlln noiinil "nf rrniT-nm t tni- if
vaVlbus kinds. .TheyVhavo taken hav.
grain and meals and bhpw samples of
tho original food and the nmpunt of
tmch substnnco and tho way It ap-
roars. Tt mjikesV a very interesting
Wisconsin Uulveraitv has nn jir
rangemont by which ujl students mn
have-the, privllego ol medjal aidvlco,
culls and medicine at -tho rate of ona
dollar per semester. Tho ostahlTsh.
nient or this medical sorvlco.depurt
;nent, as well as the appolntAiont qf
Dr. Evans of PliIhdolphia as idlcal
adVI.ar, is tho result qf tho work of
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oh tod 1b
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