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-VoL IX. No. 98.
FOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
OMAHA BRANCH OF THE UNIVER
SITY TO BE ENLARGED
A CAMPUS OF FOUR SQUARE BLOCKS AND MODERN BUILDINGS
OF A UNIFORM TYPE HAVE BEEN PROPOSED
AND ARE TO BE BUILT
Groat improvements of the medical
collogo at Omaha Is tho order of af
fairs. Tho eight years that have
elapsed sinco tho Omahft college of
mediclno hocamo tho property of tho
collogo of mediclno of the University
ofrNobras.ka have seen great advances
in. inedlcaUcducation IhatthiacoL
logo stands as a leader In UiIb lino of
education Is a recognized fact, and It
Is to bo noticed with prldo that tho
colleges of similar nature are loft In
tho background in comparing their de
velopment with that of tho collogo ol
mediclno of tho University of Ne
Tho success of this part of tho' uni
versity, tho leadership which thlB col
logo has won In this section of the
country, tho standing which It has
among tho few select leaders of med
ical colleges, and tho reputation of the
college of mediclno of tho University
of Nebraska has led to a wonderful
growth and expansion. That the at
tendance of tho college of medicine
has grown is shown by comparing fig
ures of, past .registrations.
Tho growth and oxpenslon has been
so rapid that a now campus of large
slzo and largo buildings are planned
on and theso are to bo built on the
most modern of plans. Tho campus
as planned is to bo as largo as tho
present campus of tho university In
Lincoln, with tho exception of tho ath
letic field. That means that four full
blocks will be devoted to tho unlyer
slty .college of medicine at Omaha, Ne
braska. Uniform Buildings.
On this campus will bo built build
lngs of the finest modern type. Niue
large buildings will be built and these
will all bo of a uniform construction
. and ,style. These nine buildings will
be connected into three larger build
ings, and these will bound the campus,
on tho south and, north sides and in
I part tho west and "east Two build
ings will do. this, and in tho center o'
the campus a large three and half
main building will be erected.
.The- wonderful .applications of the
results of scientific investigation t- the
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, LINCOLN, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1910.
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buildings and campus of The
practice of mediclno which aro being
constantly mado and tho rapidly in
creasing extent to which laboratory
methods are being used in tho diag
nosis and prevention of disease will
mako it necessary in tho near futuro
that evory medical college which alms
.to. .occupy n-placoin thofrontrank-
dhall have a compotent hospital equip
ment of its own, with abundant labora
tory facilities of its own closo at hand
whero the student can become familiar
with all the resources which the allied
sciences can contribute to modiclpo
and with, their practical application.
For this reason a campaign has been
begun to secure for tho college of
mediclno a campus in Omaha with
such an equipment. Tho cut shows
tho proposed buildings, tho oreotlon of
which is a matter of years, but which
will bo a sourco of prido to all citi
zens of the state.
TRACK COACH NOT: DECIDED
Members. of theBoard Cafftd for Re
consideration of Action. '
The matter of securing a track
coach for Nebrask'a Is still undecided,
although tho matter was considered as
good, as settled Thursday evening. The
matter has been reconsidered and no
action will bo taken until a meeting of
the board is held some timo next
The call for a reconsideration of the
matter came late Thursday night It
was mado by four members of the
board, who requested that no action
bo taken In' offering tho- position to
any. one until 'a meeting of the full
board was taken. The. meeting which
was held for the 'decision of tho mat-'
ter Wednesday was only attended by
a bare majority of the board, and it Is
believed that it Is this fact which led
to a reconsideration of the matter.
Your; car fare Vbuld pay for a nice
lunch at .the tioston Lunch.
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University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha,
UNIVER8ITY JOURNAL OUT.
March Number Contains Number of
Interesting and Important Articles.
Tho UnlvorBity Journal for March
mado Its appearance yostorday. It
contains a number of valuable articles
of unlvorslty happenings and also a
number of scientific' articles.
Tho university summor school
course is fully outlined by tho editor
of tho Journal. Tho happonlngs of
tho Stato High School Debating
League aro told by its president, Pro
fessor M. M. Fogg. Professor Foaslor
contributes nn article on tho teaching
of Gorman in high schools, showing it
Is a necosBary study for tho high
Tho magazine alBo contains Rtora
turo articlos by ProfossorB Stuff and
Louise Pound. Dr. H. H. Waito tells
of tho need of "DlBinfestion of
JSchoolaJl Thcromalnder of tho mag
.azlnoJa devoted to tho-agrlaultural
COEDS TO THE GILLEBt
Dr. E. H. Richards o,f New York Will
Address Segregated Sexes.
Co-eds are to bo relegated to tho
gallery Beats. Whother it is proporly
so called is ob yet a question as there
aro many arguments in favor of either
tho gallery or tho pit This action
comes as a result of tho romarks made
in a recent convocation.
Tho program for tho convention will
conBlBt of an address by Dr. E. H.
Richards of Now York City. Postmas
ter E. R. Sizar of this city will pre
Tho program is conducted In con
nection with tho layman's missionary
convention which is being held In tho
city at tho present timo. This con
vention Is perhaps tho largest conven
tion ever hold in tho city of Lincoln.
Tho convention is to bo held from
March 16 to 17 Inclusive.
The program for tho convention In
cludes threo sessions, Tudsday,
Wednesday and Thursday, and a ban
quet at tho Auditorium. Tickets are
selling for the four events at $1.60,
but a special rate, has been mado to
students of $1.00. If a student does
not desiro to attend tho banquet .-he
may secure a ticket for .the sessions
at fifty cents. Tho object, in present
ing tho movement Is not to raise
money, but to interest men in the
work.' In consequence no collections
whatever will be taken.
That the convention will be the
largest ever held in the city ,of Lin
coln is an undisputed, fact. Over
2,000 delegates will be present, 1,000
of whom. will come from outside of
the city. ' ''..-
BASEBALL SCHEDULE FOR
SPRING OF II ANNOUNCED
SIXTEEN GAMES ON THE BEST
SCHEDULE HAD, in YEARS
ONLY EIGHTEEN GAMES ARE ALL0WED-0THER TWO MAY BE
' WITH AWES-TAKE TWO TRIPS-FRESHMEN -rr
Manager Eager yesterday announced
tho baseball schedule for tho spring of
1910. Ho stated that It Is tho best
schcdulo that Nebraska has ovor had.
At tho present timo thoro aro sixteen
games on tho . schedule and as only
oighteon aro allowed there wljl bo but
-two-TnorcrBamcBTClfCdulea. Tho other
two gani08 will probably bo with Ames
Tho following Is tho schodulo as ft
April 13 and 14Kansas Aggies at
April 15 and 16 Kansas at Law
rence. April 21 and 22 Kansas at Lincoln.
April 27 Highland Parle at Lincoln.
April 30 Ames at Ames.
May 2 AmcB at AmcB.
May 3 Highland Park
May 4 Iowa at Iowa City.
May 5Conroir Collogo at Mount
Vernon, Iowa. t . ,
Jlay.Q.and.7 Minnesota at Mlnno-,
May 14 South Dakota at Lincoln.
May 25 Kansas Aggies at Lincoln.
Take. Two Trips.
This schedule will allow tho team,
to take two trips, ono south and one
north. Last year tho Cornhuskers
played Missouri on tho southern trlp
but this year the only schools that
will bo played aro Kansas University
and tho Kansas Agricultural College,
On the northern trip movro, good
teams will bo played than havo ever
been played on a northern trlp. The
teams to ho met aro Ames, Highland
Park, Iowa, Cornell, and Minnesota. At
all of theso schools tho prospects for
good baseball teams are encouraging
and tho Cornhuskers will bp compelled
to put up a classy artlclo of ball If.
they wish to win any of these games,
Minnesota is especially to be feared.
Last year tho Cornhuskers ,played the
Gophers two games, losing one and
the other was a tie game.
Nebraska was also unable to win
from Ames last year. Iowa was not
Record Last Year.
The record for last year Is probably
ARE TO PLAY GAMES . .
tho best any Nebraska team has' had
during tho last four or flvo years "No
gamo at homowas lost, although' soy
oral strong teams wore 'played in Lin
coin, including Missouri Manhattan
and Drake. Tho Kansas gamo -was
stopped by inclement weather.
A total of twonty-ono games were
played, not including tho practico con
tests with tho Lincoln league team.
Of theso twelvo woro won, ninp lost
and ono tlod. Games were won from
Missouri, 3; Drake, 2; Manhattan, Cor
nell, Grlnnell, Wesloyan, William 'Jew
ell, Haskell, Tabor. Games were lost
to Kansas, 2; Ames, Missouri, Wes
loyan, Manhattan, Decorah, Minneso
ta, St. Marys. The tied gamo, was
played with Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Only flvo' of tho gamesof"ths year's
schedulo are to bo played In Llnco'nf
However, lf0twq more games are
scheduled, with Ames theyr wilt be
played hero. This, will , mako seven
games on Nebraska field. r .,
Games for Freshmen.,
An innovation in. baseball .at Nebras
ka this year will bo a schedule for ,a
freshman team. The .freshman team
this year will bo a .good one and Man
ager Eager Is determined, to securo a
good, schedule for J j . x
Tho teams, that tho. freshmen,, will
play on Nebraska .field are Bollevue,
Hastings, Wosleyan and Cotner. The
dates for theso games have not been
definitely set, but, the games them
selves are assured. . No games have as
yet. been scheduled to be' played 'away
from Lincoln, but it is, thought that
two or three games ,will bo played
with colleges In the state. ,
Baseball practico has been held In
tho gymaasium for- the past threo or
four days. The Inclement weather,
prevented oukoMoor practice, but
work on Nebraska field will, probably
be resumed today.
Coach Carroll is gradually rounding
the men into form and by the time, of;
the first game with the Kansas Aggies
expects to have, the, fastest baseball
aggregation that has ever represented
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