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College of Law Notes.
m'GH 15. DALY, UEPOltTElt.
,1. I). Dennison spent the first part of
the week with out of town friends.
Several law students were at the hear
ing before Judge Hall of the injunction
and quo warranto proceedings.
Ten amend moments to the Maxwell
club constitution were submitted at the
last meeting. The purpose is to put
more power into the hands of the presi
dent Koscoe Pound, one of the most brilliant
members of the Lincoln bar, will in the
near futr.re, deliver a lecture before the
College of Law on the essential differen
ces between the common law of England
and the civil law of Rome.
The venerable Kothrock for eighteen
years justice of Iowa supreme court, is
reporter! to have said that the three grad
uates from our Law College had passed
the highest examination for admission to
the bar of that state, during his term in
Lee Edwards has been called to his
home by the illness of his father.
A number of students took active part
in the primaries Wednesday evening
There will bo a joint meeting of the
old and new officers of the Y. M. C. A.
on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
Next Friday night will occur the state
oratorical contest. It will be held in the
chapel and tickets have been placed at
50 cents. Lot ove'y student come out,
alioul for Roper and hold up the honor
of the University.
A meeting of the University Oratorical
Association is called next Thursday,
March 25th, at half past one o'clock, to
consider the amendment to the constitu
ion, and to elect four delegates to the
inter-collegiate oratorical convention
which meets in Lincoln March 2Gth.
We received a copy f I hi ' Collcue
Year Book" this week from Stone &
Kimball of New York but- loo late to
more than mention the fact.
The University (lice Ulub members
left Thursday morning for a tour of the
state. Thursday night they sang to a
good house at York. Tonight they sing
at Ravanna and Saturday night at Grand
Island. On the first four nights of next
week they will sing at (Jolnmbus, West
Point, Fremont and Wahoo, respectively.
They will then return home. Sometime
before their Lincoln concert, which will
bo held April 2nd, they will run up to
Seward and give a concert. Some time
after this they will go up to Omaha and
give a concert. This will probably end
their concert tour.
The Unions gave their annual alumni
program last Friday evening. 1. H.
Hatfield presided with his usual wit.
Greetings were read from F. F. Almy '90,
N B. Barr '93, T. H. McGuffy '96, and
many others. All expressed their appre
ciation of the training which they had
received in the society, and their best
wishes for its future success. Dr. Senter
gave some interesting and amusing inci
dents of German life. Miss Prey '90,
read an original story of much merit en
titled "Mandy." Dr. Peterson gave an
inspiring address on ' Why we go to
Germany to Study." The musical num
bers were also noteworthy. The piano
solos by Master Harry Briggs showed
excellent ability in the youthful perform
er Miss G race Reynolds responded to a
hearty eworo of her vocal solo. Mr.
Cluistianson closed the program by a vio
lin solo after which old acquaintances
were renewed and a general good time
r.ho Club Concert.
The University Glee Club will give a
concert at the Lansing on the evening of
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