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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1912)
T II 1 I) A ILV N K H K A S K A N
THREE MEN PASS RHODES EXAM.
Two Mon From State Eligible for Ap
pointment Harvard Man Also
APPOINTMENT MADE THIS MONTH
V K CiosrilaiKl ol Wane, Paul K.
C.ood o( Lincoln, unci Ross h New
kirk of Nxeter. arc the three mon
who will represent tin state of Ne
braska In th contest for election to
a Rhodes scholai ship Thin announce
ment was made by tin Chancellor
yesterday, In having received the re
port from the examining board at
Croasland In a senior at Wesleyan
University and Ih the only one that
succeeded In passing the examlna
tlonH given sceral weeks ago Oood
took his examination at Harvard, but
The Junior Hop Committee will meet'
Mondiu at Z noon in U 102 The
thkets. which are limited to 85, will
be placed on snle CompB will alHO bt
limited to such members of the com
mittee art show activity at thiB time.
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MUSEUM ACQUIRES BIG MOLARS '
Two Large Teeth of Prehistoric Ele
phant Added to Collection Some j
Specimens May Be Returned. .
The UnlverHlty Museum yesterday I
KM-ehed two molar teeth of a gigantic,
piehistoih elephant, scientifically
known as Klephas Columbl. These
were collected a number of years ago
liv l)rs Frederick J. and Franklin
Scliaufclberirer of Hastlntrs. Neb., and
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reg.siereu irom m-massa. w.ucu , llre ,OUIled by thcM1I lo the MuBeum. j
his home Newklrk passed the ex-, miinnrv ui,'
nmlnatlon two years ago from Wes- lfl R ,h doill)Uul ,f thore ,8 a ,arger
leyan, but Milieu to rocoivo me ap
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polntment at the hands of the com
mittee at that time, Horace English
being his successful competitor Ho
is, however, eligible this year and
will be the University of Nebraska
candidate before the judging commit
tee, having transferred his allegiance
from the Methodist school to the Unl-
ersity tills year
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their examinations I hey have to sub
mit their names to a committee, which
oi better one In any western museum.
The size of this one tooth is as fol
lows: Greatest length, 1G inches;
depth, 12 inches, and breadth F Inches
The gi hiding surface of this tooth Is f
by S iik lies The weight of the tooth
when taken Iro inthe ground was 'I'l
I A mate to this great upper molar
I sn . tound at the same time, but it
seem ed at the lime and
is now in a i emote pai t of the state.
It possible, it will be added to the
.ommlttee determines upon the physl-; -MlH,.lim a, a aUI. (lalL,
cal and moral iuall(lcatlons of the
, , , . , i
I he new specimens will b
es i nis decision is inane up- ,,,, ,,i,,, ,, ,,, ,,., .,,..,.
on the merits of the case as presented .,,,,.,, aM. a miml)(M. , ,lne wv
b the e.dence placed before ""' , M1I.I1S tt,( ,, bhoill(1 ,K. ln thl. MuHl.umi
commiltee This boa.d is composed ,, whl(.h ,m, now , t,u, OSHI.KS,OI1
of toll following Nebraska educators: ()f ,u (I (;t.()1()gIt.al survey, that'
Chancellor Avery, chairman; Chancel- IMuy ,K, IvtlirIle(1 to Nebraska soon,!
lor Fullmer of Wesleyan, Chancellor ( a(...nllI1K l() i1(,fe.ssor Harbour. It'
Oeschger of Cotner. Chancellor Schelly ,,, ,, o) tlu. government ol!I-l
of York College, and Runt. K U daft , U1,H ial a art . k,ast f ,lu HI)?cl.
of the Omaha public schools ns ,,., fom Uu diffelvnt statoH '
Th.-se gentlemen will meet some- h)Ut, 1U. aK(J shou,(l b( rc.tlll-I10ll to
H-ne during the latter part of this , ,,., lhis BC)0H lllt() vn. No '
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