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THE DAILY NEBRA8KAN
Tryotfs for Cross
For This Afternoon
Ti youth foi the (Tohh c-oimtr team
mt.s scheduled for thin afternoon at
o'clock. If the woathor tloos not
mprovc ovor what It wiih lant even
ing, thp dbUaneo mon cannot bo asked
to cover the course of five mlleH
.iRainat a bltliiK wind. No definite
poatponotnont haH yet boon announced.
Captain McMnBtera haH spent Romo
umo surveying tlie couroo ovor which
(ho MlBHOurl Valley cross country
-choola aro to fun thlB yoar. It lies
ovor tho viaduct on Tenth Btroet, east
to Fourteenth, thonco north about a
mile and i a half, woat to Bolmont.
-frrm-44nP .t nrnl.nr; over tho laducj.
Tho MlBHOurl Valley moot, in which
Nobraaka meets for othor' toams, 1b
to bo hold over such course on Sat
urday,. Nov. 8. Two wooku later the
Weatern Confoience moot will bo hold
in Chicago, the entranco of Nebraska
into which, will dopond upon her sue--B8
in the first moot.
FACULTY MEN ORGANIZE
CLUB FOR DISCUSSION
Humanist Club Meets for First Tlmo
Last Evening Dean Hastings
Spoke on Justioe.
Thoro are student clubB and organ-.jMtkona-
innumerable, but few among
tho faculty, ho that tho announce
ment of the formation of a purely fac
ulty haa causod much interest. The
Humanist Club, aa It will be called,
nold Ita first mooting last night in
rt hall. Prot'oBBor Dann acted aa
hajrwAn and Dean Hastlnua spoke
Tho club meetings will be hold
.very throe weeks, at which tlmo one
ot tho profcaBors will give a lecturo
on the humanity Bldo of tho Bpeclal
work In which ho Ib Interested The
-.ponaora for the now club aro the fol
J. E. LoRosaiguol, Grove E. Harbor,
i: U Hlnman, CharloB E. Boaaoy. P.
II. Krye, GuornBoy Jonos, Sara 8. Hay
Den. L. B. Tuckerman, jr., F. M. Fling,
H. K. Wolfe, Clara Conklln. W. C.
Hronke, F. W. Sanford, William F.
Dannj Paull H. Orummanu and H. B.
- Thursday Convocation -fa
it Memorial Hall. -fc
Siring Quartet, op. 37, Carl Schuberth.
"My journey through the Kiug's
Baschklr Song and Return
Edw. J. Walt, first violin; Mib Au
gust Molzer. second violin, Win T.
"julck, viola; Lillian Eiche, 'collo
Wireless Station May
Be Added to Present
Some time in the future, the engi
neering department is going to Install
a wireless It Is very badly needed,
but the time has not yet come when
the authorities will make the neces
sary move in this direction Professor
Ferguson, the head of this department,
has devoted most of his time slnco
he began his work here, to things wo
needed more than the wireless. Ho
sas, however, that tho wireless sta
tion will be installed and that ho is
awaiting the time when this is to bo
done. At Union university, where
Profossor Ferguson taught before com
ing hore, they have installed a high
powored wiroless station with an
norlnl pole IBS foot In height. Tho
station situated at the University of
Michigan has just sent a message 2,
000 miles. Let ub boo a good wlroloBB
station installed on our campus.
Nearly all colleges and universitiea of
any slzo havo them alroady Installed
or working on them. Doane collogo at
Crete Iuib a good station. Why not
University of NebraBka?
Hear Ye! Scandinavians? Hear Ye!
Come, bring jour friends to tho
mooting of tho Scandinavian Club
next Thurada evening, tho 30th, at
7:30 o'clock, in the Faculty Hall of
This mooting is important, there
fore it Is desired that all Scandinav
Dr. Alldritt, dentist, 200 Qanter bldg.,
1240 O 8t. B.-3905.
Miss Hrbek at Vespers.
Sarka Hrbkova (MIhb Hrbek) spoke
at the Tuesday evening- veapor surv
ives, on "Slavonic Immigration " in
tho courso of hor talk she brought out
the fact that a number of the Slavs
have come to tho state ot Nebraska,
and spoko of thoir activity in the university.
Sophomore Hop committee will meet
in tho "Rag" office Thursday at 11
Mr. Roy Monbeck. U. ot N. 1910.
now an assistant in tho United States
Geological Survey, returned from field
work in Colorado, to resume work
this weok In southeastern Nebraska,
where two parties aro engaged in
making topographic base mapH of the
Alice Sleeter of Peru ih visiting
friends in Lincoln.
Isabelle Coons and Elsie Petersen
left yesterday afternoon for Cham
paign, 111., to attend the national con
vention of Alpha XI Delta.
Don Ahrons and Walter Weiss re
turned Saturday from a trip in the
east whore they attended the annual
convention of the Delta Upsllon fra
ternity at Rochester, returning by way
of New York and Washington
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We get more for our money at
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Beatrice vs. Lincoln Saturday.
Lincoln High plays Beatrice Satur
day afternoon on Nebraska Field
;arne eulled at 3:30.
Artistic dance programs and menus
for particular people. Goorgo Bros.
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Telephone Yule Uiob I.aundi (to call
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