Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1911)
,1" 1 " ,
r . "ir .
t .". wV
rinitiTV ninrn imiupt
rfluuLii nuixo . mniinoi
LAST YEAR'S iENATE 'hULlNQ IN
TEFfECT tft8, SEMESTER.
PROFESSIONAL ((HIKES AfFCCTED
College! of Law and Medicine Will
Find It Difficult to Conform to
STATE CONVENTION MEET
NEBRASKA CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
CONFERENCE ON AT OITY
AVith rtild-Bomeatot-B oloso at hand,
tho. attention of UnlVoralty studonta
1b cailocl toa ruling madoby tho Unl
verelty sonato last May relatlvo to
nhal examinations. Tho, rulo adopted
at -that Umo was as follows: "After
Soptombor, 1911, soBfllons of class
work of tho socond somostor shall
hold rogularly until Tuosdayvof Com'
. moncomont..Wook. ..SomoBtral or final
examination In an Bomcator, If hold,
shall bo during tho last olass bob
. Rule, Effective In January.
This rule will first go Into effect
next January Tho first, semester
' qIobos January 80th, and registration
will follow tho next four days, but tho
praotlco of holding final examinations
during that tlmo will bo done away
with. According to, tho rulo, oach In
structor has tho option of giving an
examination, but suqh must bo con
fined to tho closing session of his
Registrar' Rutledgo Is of tho opin
ion that as a result of this now sys
tem, tho 'memorable two or nipro; noun
final examination 1b now to bo con-
sldorod a thing of tho past Ho also
Btatos that, registration, will bo con
fined botwoon "VodnoBday ancl Satur
day, thoroby cutting tho period ro
sorved for that purpo'so from five to
four days. This has boon-fouml pob
slblo in view of tho fact that tho au
thorities will, not liavo to ally for
tho tlmo formerly taken, up by tho
,, Will Affect Laws and Medici. "
Somo! discussion has arlBo'n as o
tho effect the ney rulo will have uponl
tho professional colleges, tho Law and
Medical Colleges In- particular. Both
Dean Hastings and Dean Wollcott
wore Intbrylowod by Nobraskan re
porters and nolthor doalrod to com-
. mlt their respective faculties on tlio
subject. Tlio formor was of tho opln-
ion ,that; some ohango would bo mado
huth system now. inyoguo In tho
taw School, but "was not surd as to
the nature of tho change. At tbo
prosent time tho school is a mombor
of tho Association of American Law
SchdolB,and as such must live up to
one of Its provisions requiring final
examination in all subjects. Just hpw
tho local, ruling is to be 'harmonized
with this requirement is a mattor of
Medics Hard Hit.
.JDean WoUcott felt that It would
work hardship upon tho medical stu
dents to deprive them of tho training
and experience derived from a thor
ough and lengthy final review? In
order, to prepare the graduates for
tho stato board , examinations, the
Medical School has always maintained
a thorough system of examination of
its own, and hence is reluctant to fol
low strictly tho provisions of tho sen-
J ate ruling. To quote the Dean, "It is
just,'-like' sending the Varsity up to
Minnesota without giving them a
week of preliminary practico." Ho
was of tho opinion, however, that
, some arrangement would be devised
hereby satisfaction, would., be gjVen
lq all parties,
. ;"'"r . , .
LHousehelel Arts Club Meets. . -'.
' ThV Household Arts clubVwlll-?eet
".at the hone of Miss' Louise Guthrie
Vat MO Soutk Twenty-ievemth "street!
Jtiir&yf , OotoWc58, t ;.... . V
Tho Btato convention of tho Nebras
ka Christian Endeavor union is meet;
ing in Lincoln. Tho registration last
night had reached a mark of somo
what ovor a thousand and officers of
tho state organization aro oxpectlng
a total onrollment of oyer two thou
sand delegates. Ovor a hundred Uni
versity of .Nobraska students aro al
ready, registered as roprosontatives of
their church at homo.
Tho Christian Endeavor movement,
bolng Interdenominational as It Is, haB
socletios in churches of almost ovory
creed. Prpsbytorlans, Congfogationj
allsts,' DlBciplos churoh, Baptists, Ro
formed, United Brothrcn, Evangolioal
and one or two other churches are
represented at tho,. Lincoln conven
tion. There aro a few Methodist
churphos alBo, which have C. E. ,so--ctotTes.
Tho meetings of the Lincoln conven
tion will bo hold at tho Auditorium
and at tho FlrBt Christian church. Tho
convontlon headquarters havo boon
opon6d at tho. Christian church...
Mako your dates early with Hagom
sick's1 Orchostra. Auto 2990, tf
1 1 iiii fi wfps.
wR is '
' , r
satisfaction' in finding'
yovt have bought some
thing really better than
you expected io
Well illustrates this point
In good underwear 'you
want to obtain fit, finish,
" And these you wjll dia-
cover in the fullest me'Sr
ur'e in the above mention-,-edline,
whether it be for
slender, medium or stout
. -. people.
Vsts, Drawers, Tights and Union Suits , '
both Women and Ghilderi are being featured this week-l5ya.
Spicial Window Display Ht. 10
RUDGE & GUENZEL GO.
11th and O Street
. .. VT1 iHk xrtlTTV JT
- 'TaiTLi-iiir ".i-jii,r--
". . ' 4Mr ' 'i r i ".-, A .tfi ,it -i-.V
tf fi ...:f.i.-f-Ji-,if.;NTB4
' -J '
. VT.tf ! n
4 The most modern and attractive of all ready-to-wear clothes ; """''' ri-
rrf . W, X " 1 TT rt.7 ,r' .. ' "" .' .'. 'fl'Wl
"ior loung AYAen ana men wno &tay xoung. ' . - :, i-
i . of every, description. . . ,. , "'y?
;4 r4s ' i!fwmT'T'9-wwrriTw cravats oiu3oiovesunaerweu&...vv,tj
- ym -
'"ikt.lASL.v. f - -
v. "! nm" f z . ..
.' i every men?s wear necessity of .quality 19 here, priqed reasonably.;; !f iS
'Y "The highest taste or requirements are both ' ' w ;
V? . readily satisfied in this establishment.""' --V-;..'.,;':. ..g4S
, . -. .- ; : fy:-' V-K'r rift
Sii its and vOvercoats $ 1 0 to ;$45
V " ...
. - w ,
,- , -V-.- -t
10th & 0
nyi a VFn nnrvc
(I' - '
u irnif i&
. V- f '
..'", -5-' " '" -."
b. k..h 4-h. mm-w -mjm mmmr -.h Vs.bja 'b. v
.." '...ir-i;ftV -,i;.- T r'&f4i&$gtf
,,4" 'b -
S"".-S . -' fi ."" 'jn
"-.- (.-. '-K
Powered by Open ONI