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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. 1913
MIbb Effle M. Longman, Fellow of
the Department of Rhetoric, who died
on Sunday morning at her home in
Bethany Heights, has been a reader
In the department for more than three
years, and was known to many a Rt u
dent who has recelvod her help with
Freshmen themes, and to many grad
uate Btudenta with whom Bhe had
worked in English and philosophy.
With her death the rhetoric depart
ment Buffers a loss which It will be
impossible to repair She had abili
ties which wero unusual a clear and
accurate mind that even her instruct
ors could envy, a minute thoroughness
that did more for the students whom
Bhe helped than they could be aware
of, and a patience in explanation that
made her help unusually effective.
It was, however, In other traits thati
those which could be exercised In her
limited teaching that her rarest quali
ties could be found. Those who knew
her well, or had access to the occa
sional stories and sketches and essayB
which Bhe wrote but had no ambition
to publish, had a revelation of humor,
of pathos, of observation, of quet,
kind and penetrating crltlersm, and
of a range of thought which made no
demands for a wide hearing and had
no obstruslvenesB and no clamor It
was qualities of this rare kind which,
for her friends and for her associates
In the department, have made her
sudden death unspeakably sad.
S. B. GASS.
TEGNERS MEET SATURDAY.
The Tegner Society will meet Sat
urday evening. Jan. 18, in Faculty
Hall at the Temple. An interesting
program will be rendered. All Swed
ish students and faculty members are
cordially invited to attend all the
meetings of the society. In order that
the meeting may begin promptly all
are requested to make It a point to
arrive at or before 8 15.
LINCOLN, Neb, Jan. 13, 1913 To
The Dally Nebrnskan I wish to ex
press my disapproval of the matter
In which I was advertised as the solo
ist at the concert by the Nebraska
state band, in last Saturday's Daily
Nebraska. I am glad to give assist
ance to what I consider a local organ
ization which should receive the sup
port of everybody, but it is not an
occasion for any "welcome or cheer
ing" for me and it is certainly not to
be my "last appearance" before leav
ing for the Philippines next spring.
MRS. E. H. CON ANT.
FLING ON EUROPEAN PROBLEMS
Prof. Fling To Give Six Lectures On
Europe In Omaha First One
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Monday Professor V. M. Fling went
to Omaha and there delivered the first
of a series of lectures in the Central
high school auditorium, dealing with
present day European problems. The
public library is advertising the lec
tures, which are given as part of the
C M Dletz course The lectures are
free, but admission Is by ticket.
The subject of Prof. Fling's talk
Monday was "The Nineteenth Cen
tury ' The full course which he will
give 1b as follows:
Jan. 20 The Political Life of the
States of Europe.
Jan. 27 The International Relations
of the European States.
Feb. 3 Europe and Her Colonies
Feb. 10 Industrial Democracy in
Feb. 17 The Religious Problem in
iFraljman BJam iop
January 17, 1913
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