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10 THE NEBRASKAN
rollment of students up to date is ulumd of students enrolled in the German department,
last years. ro Fsslcr says that it is a regular Teu
Chas. D. Chandler has gone to Philadel
phia to take a course in the Mahneman md- Clair Metcalf, E. C. Elliott and Jack Far
ical college. well took advantage of the " Chicago Day "
excursion rates last Saturday and went to
Miss Gertrude Laws, '86, is assisting the taj.0 j tlc ajr
registrar in her annual task of frightening
new students. Chancellor Canlield delivered the oration
at the Centennial celebration of Williams
Prof. Harbour has gone to Chicago to pur- College, Williamstown, Mass. President
chase some interesting collections at the fair Cleveland and many prominent men of the
for the museum. country were in attendance.
The Civil Engineering Department starts Bi c. Yates, who has been employed in
out this year with Mattering prospects, 23 lho engineering department of the 13. & M.
having registered. jn northein Wyoming, has returned from a
t t t i .1 visit to the fair and the east.
Miss Josephine Ireeman gave a tea party
last 'Saturday afternoon in honor of the Del- proft Wurd our new zooiogist) is said t0
ta Gamma fraternity. be u f00tbnn enthusiast. It is to be hoped
Among those who will post this year are that ho wiH attcmPt t0 imPurt somo of his en"
inusiasm to tnosc 01 nis suuiems wno are
Geo. H. Whaley, '91 ; R. E. Johnson, C. C.
Marley, H. A. Senter.
Morgan M. Maghee has returned from
Philadelphia, where he h:is been holding a
very lucrative position.
lax in this regard.
Chas. B. Newcomer of the class of '87, who
was last year professor of Greek and Latin
at Cotncr, has accepted the chair of modern
languages in a boys' preparatory school near
Mr. J. T. Westermann '96 did not return Leland Stanford,
to the University of Nearaska but has gone
east to study medicine.
The Sigma Chi Fraternity gave a very
enjoyable party to their lady friends at their
rooms last Friday evening.
Two bulletins, one on chinch bugs and one
on grasshoppers, are being compiled by the
Fred C. Cooley and A. F. Montmorency
Kappa Kappa Gamma initiated Miss Lot
tie Whedon and Miss Alice Maitland on Sat
urday. The new members will sustain the
previous high standard of the society. To
say this is praise enough.
Mr. Robt. Hiltner has been appointed
chemist for the Standard Cattle Co. at Ames,
Nebraska. The people of the state evidently
know where expert chemists can be obtained.
spent three months on the B. & M. survey- The University of Nebraska has lots more of
ing parties in northern Wyoming and Mon- them.
To accommodate students the preparatory 0wi"ff t0 the absencc of l)art of the
chemical laboratory is now kept open from 8 an"Ual ataft.'rom thc University the Juniors
a. m. to 6 p. m., with the exception of the J?ld a meelin8 tl elecd Mr.Oberlies and
lunch hour. Cheney business managers, Messrs.
Form and Haughton and Miss Boose asso-
There are three hundred and seventy-four ciate editors.
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