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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1900)
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continuation of earlier studies; for
fifth, German, GreeK, and history; for
sixth, French, Latin, and Greek; for
seventh, German and History; for
eighth, a diversified course; for ninth,
Latin and Greek.
President Hadley explained that tho
subject of English could not ho treated
as the others. He advised every man
whose real interest in the subject is
so great that ho can make it more than
a class room course, to take English;
otherwise it would do more harm than
In closing, he said that electives had
always been treated in a way at Yulo
that was extremely gratifying, and
tnat he believed tho new system of
electives for sophomores would prove a
complete success. Yale News.
The Eilver cup, to bo gh'en as prize
for class championship in tho swim
ming contests tho first of which will bo
April 12, is to be called "The Alumni
Cup" as members of tho Alumni headed
by Dr. Pound have offered to give the
cup to tho winning class.
Freshmen and sophomores aro prac
ticing water base-ball regular at tho
natatorium. Much interest is being
taken by the two classes and large
crowds enjoy watching the practice.
The preliminary contests to pick the
men to take part in these contests will
begin this week. Special aays will be
given to tho classes to choose their
men. Notices will appear on the gym
University club tickets for swimming
may be had at the office of the physical
directors, special rates obtained for" its our greatest object to please you,
the university are open to all univer- if you want the popular things in hats
sity people. Mornings and Monday and or furnishings you will do well by call
Wednesday evenings aro reserved for ing on us. Wilson & Pacal, 1042 O St.
Teams from the Lincoln light infan-
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ball April 21 in the gymnasium.
Baumen was elected captain of the
Pershing rifle team. Manager Hewitt
will oversee the game which will pre-;
ceed the open gymnasium competition .
which will take place the same evening.
The state handicap field meet will
be held on the university campus May
5 in connection with the university pre
liminary field contest. Omaha Y. M.
C. A. represented with team of eight '
or ten men. Prizes will be given to
the winners. I
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rne cauct-battalion goes to camp
from May 19 to 22 inclusive. Beatrice
Is the prospective camping ground al
though not definitely decided upon.
Every member of the battalion Is re
quired to go to camp unless pome very
good excuse Is to be had which is ac
ceptable to the cammandant.
Special drill will soon be in place as
only a few weeks remain until the com
petitive drill by the several companies
Last Friday evening dress parade
was held on the campus.
PRESIDENT HADLEY ON ELECTIVES.
President Hadley of Yale addressed
the freshman class a few days ago in
regard to the choice of electives for
sophomore year. His remarks were
of a nature to be of general interest.
He said that the sophomore electives
had been increased in order to give
men a chance to determine the bent of
their minds In regard to their life-work
as early in the college course as possi
ble. Still a choice of line of work at
the beginning of sophomore year was
not final as it could easily be changed
In junior or senior years. This is one
of the greatest advantages of sopho
President Hadley divided the pur
suits of lite which the student was
likely to follow into three large di
visions: Scientific, the study of ob
jects: Aesthetic, the study of books:
and Ethical, the study of affairs. These
three he subdivided Into three different
life-works each of a total of nine, as
follows: First, medicine; second, pro
ductive Industry; third, engineering
and architecture; fourth, teaching;
fifth, ministry; sixth, literature; sev
enth, journalism; eighth,, mercantile
Interests; ninth, law.
He then recommended that the fol
lowing subjects be selected for each
of the nine: For first, second, and
third, both French and German; for
first and second, Chemistry, specially;
for second and third, physlca; for
third, both courses In mathematics,
which will virtually save a whole
year's work In this subject; for fourth,
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College of medicine
The twelfth Annual Course of lectures will commence on
the 19th day of September, 1899, and will continue eight and
one-half months. The course is graded and covers a period
of four years. Medical Hall, the Laboratory of Medical
Sciences, the Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and the
Laboratory of Anatomy are situated upon the University
Campus. The clinical opportunities afforded by the hospitals
and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St. Paul are at the com
mand of the College. For out-door clinical service a new
clinical building has been built in a central location.
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