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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
The Daily Nebraskan
TUB PROPERTY OF
TUB UNIVERSITY OP NEBRASKA,
Published by ,....
THE STUDENT PUBLICATION BOARD
Editor K. P. Frederick
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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1910.
No wild cnlhuitiHl over yot could
Till half mnnkino wore like hini-
Ono more profcsHor added to
the lint of Iorhoh checked up
n gainst Nebraska.
Everyone will got out this
evening to seo if some ambitious
(Jiltner scientist hasn't stolen the
comet's tail as a souvenir.
Coat Shirts $.55
Buckets of boiling oil and bar
rels of blood ! Did you ever hoar"
of plans so stupendous or deeds
so mighty? Nay, 'twill be a night
full of strange deeds and well
wnrth tho doing.
A flower will bloom years
hence in the old flower bed at
Rhodesia, and remind the occu
pants of the university patients
that wore. Tho last patient is a
part of history. The last permit
will soon be in the scrap heap.
What is loft to the university?
A soro arm.
Examinations. An innocent
word as it stands, it calls to mind
the fact that after nil it. may be
.well to sec 'what our course may
have included for the past sem
ester. Some bf us will dig out
the old books with tho tracks of
countless spiders m their covors
and delve mightily to find what
:t is the professor will be likely
to ask us in examination.
TO TEACH AGRICULTURE.
Competent Men Needed in Many
Dean' Burnett and Professor
Pugslcy roport that they are in
receipt of lotters almost weekly,
asking for men wjio arc compe
tent to teach agriculture, either
os assistants in colleges or in
charge of agriculture in second
ary schopls. A position "is now
open in Central College at Cen
tral City for a teacher of ogri
culture, at a fair salary, with
ehanees for promotion as tho
work develops. '
A position is also open in the'
Argyll', Minnesota, high school,
and several colleges have been
making inquiries for competent
mon, All .those inquiries indicate
that men who are proficient along
agricultural lines will find good
positions awaiting them as soon
as 'thoir efficiency lias "been demonstrated.
OHANOELLOR TO RECEIVE.
Annual Reception to Seniors
(Miancollor and- Mrs. Avery
have issued invitations to the
members of the senior class in
viting them to the annual recep
tion to soniors. Mr. and -Mrs.
Avery will be at hdiilo at the uni
versity Temple Friday overling,
May 20. from 8 td 10:30.
MANY ARE SUSPENDED.
Failure to Comply with Rules
Oauso Grief Among Studonts.
Yesterday notices were sont to
about thirty-five students that
they wero ifidcfinitely suspended
for failure to comply with the
rules regarding appearing for ex
amination during the smallpox
epidemic. Those students who
are able to sliow a good excuse
will be allowed to return to
school after the present ban is
raised, or must be vaccinated.
PRESENTS FROM BRYAN.
Dr. Bessoy Receives Valuable
Botanical Specimens and
Yesterday Hon. W. .J. Bryan
presented the botanical depart
ment through Dr. Bessoy with
200 valuable specimens of Mexr
iean mosses. These specimens arc
a valuable addition to the uni-ver-sity
herbarium, lie also present
ed Dr. Pessey with a very fine
photograph of i cocoanut tree,
showing the top part of the tree
and the way in which the nuts
are formed on the tree.
SIG ALPHS ARE CHAMPIONS.
Last Game of Interfraternity
Sigma Alpha Epsjlon defeated
Sigma Chi yesterday by the score
of 7 to 1, and won the interfra
ternity baseball championship for
1910. By winning yesterday's
game tho Sig Alphs finished the
soason with a percentage of
The line-up; -
Sigma Chi Smith, c. ; Doylu,
Laulmcli, p. ; Holland," lb. ; More
house, 2b.; Laubach, Doyle, 3b.;
Leroy, ss. ; Jones, If. ; Ilargreaves,
cf. ; Kearney, rf.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon May, c;
Frnnjc, p,; Frank, lb.; Kesslor,
2b.; Lofgren, 3b.; Smith, ss. ;
Moyer, If.; Mielenz, cf.; Seidol,
Traction Company v Freshmen.
The Lincoln Traction Company
are at last baffled. A freshman
is the hero. The- trouble was
over car servico to the "picnic.
Hie company, it seems, 'demand
ed $5 an hour for a singto spe
cial car. Compromise after com
promise failed, but at length', the
company yielded and'' the, first.
I car of the season will bo run fori
tho boncfit of the class of. 1913.
"The committee wishes to em
phasize that it has no charges
whatever to make. Tho usual car
faro, gate rccoipts (10 cents per
person) and- boat hire will bo
paid by the individual members.
Those. who object to paying tho
gato fee of 10 cents may "sneak"
in. The management in charge
of the boats demand a deposit of
one dollar, so every one planning
for a boat ride had better bring.
one. Good tennis courts arc lo
cated on the grounds.
Only one trip wifl be made,
leaving Tenth and O streets at
4 p. m. sharp. Those coming
later will have to take tho Lin
coln park car at 4:20 or 5:00 p.
in., and walk the half mile be
tween Lincoln and Epworth
Resume of Paxson Meetings.
The Ruth Paxson meetings,
whichj!losed "Wednesday night
with a meeting at Hays Hall,
have created a considerable stir
in Y. "W. C. A. circles. T"cy are
the chief topic of conversation,
as scraps of conversation by Y.
W. (J. A. girls on the campus or
in the association room indicate.
The lady's work in this place has
liad a rousing effect if no other,
and on every hand can be heard
quotations from Miss Paxso.n, or
comments upon her strong per
sonality and personal attraction.
Her meetings began Sunday af
ternoon with a inass meeting at
the Temple theater, followed by
a mooting of the cabinet girls at
5:20, Monday a general meeting
for the discussion of miscallane
ous vital questions; Tuesday a
meeting"for student volunteers of
Cutnor, Weslcyan and the uni
versity, at University Place, and
Monday, Tuesday 'and Wednes
day special noon meetings.
Miss Lois Fossler, '10, will be
principal of the Brady high
school next year.
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lug your clothos up-to-date.
MARGARET M. FRICKE
Dressmaker of Style and Economy
UPSTAIRS, 1328 O ST. LINCOLN
19, Thursday, p. in.. Tonight
Company "Q" drills.
19, Thursday, 2:30 p m., Ath
letic field Competitive drill.
20, Friday, 8:30 p. m., Lincoln
Hotel Sophomore hop.
20, Friday, 1 p. m., Athletic
Field Nebraska-Ames. Base
ball. 20, Friday, 3 p. m., Athletic
Dual track moot.
21, Saturday, 3:30 p. m, Base
ball. Nebraska-Ames, l
21, Saturday, 8 p. m., Hays Hall
Peru' Club meets.
21, ' SaturdayFreshman picnic,
2!), "Wcdnosday? 8:15 p. in. play
by Dramatic Club. Temple.
27, Friday, 8:30" p. m,, Fratorn,
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