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The Nebraskan -Hesperian
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Dr. Wonto. dentist,
Fotografs, Quality,' Stylo, nod Stu
dent ratos at Elito Studio, 226 So.
Sco tho handsomo moving pictures
now on oxhlbltion at 1044 0 street.
U. P. ticket office. Freo.
"Wosterflold glvos special attention to
studont trade. Ho is up to date in an
his work and is suro to ploaso.
The sopuomoro and freshmen base
hall teams will play on tho campus
Fred Niolson, 1902 will leave tho uni
vorslty this week to accept a position
in an Omaha law firm.
Miss Edith Curry was well received
as soloist at tho First Congregational
church, last Sunday evening.
About twenty university students ac
companied the P. B. D. C. debaters to
Wesloyan last Saturday evening.
Professor A. B. Bdgron sprained
himself and was unable to meet his
classes tno latter part of last week.
J. M. Moore, of tho agricultural col
lege had his collar bono broken during
the ball game with Weslcyan Saturday.
Miss Ethel H. Galley and Mr. John
Martin gave a very successful concert
at Columbus last Wednesday evening.
Clarence Culver of Manila has pre
sented the state historical society a
Filipino Calendar, printed in tagalag.
The Phi Delta Theta base ball team
defeated the Phi Kappa Psi Monday af
ternoon of last week on the campus
by a score of 11 to 7.
The class in charities and correc
tions, together with the instructor, Dr.
Ellwood, visited the state Insane asy
lum yesterday afternoon.
F. A. Cuscaden has left the univer
sity and is now in Wyoming with a
B. & M. surveying party. He will be
gone until next September.
Last Sunday's "Bee" contained a pic
ture of the university basket ball team.
The picture is 5x7 and shows up
the men to good advantage.
- ae Palladian base ball team de
feated the Dellan team on the campus
last Thursday afternoon in a five inn
ing game by tne score of .-i to 20.
The department of domestic science
is feeling very good over a new case
of thirty-two lockers something
which has long been wanted by that
The regular annual election of the
university debating association will bo
held on Saturday of this week at which
time the officers for the ensuing year
will be chosen.
Guy Slaughter now in Manila, writes
that he is teaching two schools in that
city each day. He will soon visit sev
eral of the other islands in the interest
of a New York firm.
A rummage sale is being held this
week by the college settlement board
at whicn all old clothing that could be
obtained from the students is offered
for sale at a nominal price.
Word has been received by friends of
Dr. Fling that he and his party had
reached France safely, having been
passengers on the steamer Belgravia
Hamburg American Line.
Jack Hitchman '98 who has been a
draughtsman in tho office of the head
engineer of the Union Pacific road at
Omaha has been transferred to a field
position with an increased salary.
Miss Edna Howell, 1903, who was
wounded while target practicing dur
ing the holidays has very nearly re
covered the use of her limb. She
accompanied her mother to Kansas
City recenuy and intends to return to
the university next September.
Every lady studont is invited to look
at mlllinory at Mrs. Gosper's.
Tho university senate mot Monday
afternoon at 5 o'clock to consider tho
faculty committees, the exact timo of
going to encampmont, tho appointment
of commencement committee, and other
This week tho Horary has roceived
two of the largest shipments of books
trom abroad. They were for tho de
partments of mathematics and German.
Professor Fossler selected tho German
books while abroad.
Tho baso hall team loft hero on Tues
day morning for its annual eastern
trip going through Iowa, Illinois, and
Indiana, and returning hy way of
Missouri and Kansas. The boys will
roach home about tho 24th of May.
The N. E. A. this year at Charleston,
S. C, promises to outclass all former
meetings of this association and tho
Northwestern cognizant of this fact
will do every thing posslblo to make
this trip a pleasant one for the teach
ers and friends.
The .Nebraska-Missouri debate will
take place Friday nig.. at Columbus,
Missouri. The question Is the same
as was uobated by Colorado-Nebraska.
The Kansas-Nebraska debate will
take place here next week. The trust
question will be uebated.
Miss Emma V. Shearer has taken
charge of the branch library at the
state farm. Miss Shearer received her
training under Miss Jones the former
librarian of this university. For tho
last few months, however, she has been
engaged at the Lincoln city library.
C. B. Robbins intends to attend the
Paris exposition during the summer.
From there he will go to Manila via
the Suez canal. He may locate in
Manila as he is quite well acquainted
with the island, having been a lieu
tenant in tne First Nebraska regiment.
Louis R. 3ostwick, pho'tographer'o'f
the "Omaha Bee," was at the university
Saturday and took some snap shots
of the track men in action. Next Sun
days Bee will contain pictures of some
of Miss Barr's classes, also write-ups
of the girls exhibition and the field
Dr. Charles B. Newcomb, a graduate
of the University of Nebraska at the
recent annual meeting of tho regents
of the University of Missouri was
elected assistant professor of Latin.
Dr. Charles A. Ellwood was elected to
the chair of sociology in the same in
stitution. The Nebraska state historical so
ciety has received a picture of the orig
inal capitol. This was presented hy
W. W. Wilson of this city. Also "Pen
Sketches of Nebraskans" prepared by
A. C. Edmunds and printed in 1871.
Miss Mabel Babcomb of Omaha was
The F. E. & M. V. R. R. offer to par
ties the low rate of our fare plus two
dollars for the round trip to points in
western Nebraska and Wyoming. Good
for twenty-one days; also the same rate
to Hot Springs, S. D., good for 30
days. See their agent before making
Mrs. Raymond is beginning prac
tice on a very pretty choral work, "St.
John's Eve," which is to be given at
tho Oliver on June 5. It is necessary to
have a few more voices for the chorus;
and any one who can sing will be
gladly welcomed on application to Mrs.
Acting-chancellor Bessey has ac
cepted the invitation to deliver the
bacculaureate sermon to the senior
class on June 3. The senior class Tues
day forenoon unanimously so decided,
hoping to ostabllsh a precedent of se
lecting the chancellor to deliver tho
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Notices 61 the meeting" of "the Uni
versity Council are now ready to send
out. The council will meet at 2:50 p.
m. on the afternoon of commencement
day, June 7, in the university chapel.
The topics to be discussed are "The
Affiliation among Colleges," and ""The
New Statement 01 the University En
There will be a rally of all the young
Christian people In tho city on Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'cloclc May 13 in the
First Presbyterian church at the corner
of 13 and M streets. All young people
of every denomination are requested
to attend this meeting which is to be
preliminary to a convention of Chris
tian Endeavorers to be held in Lin
coln this fall.
Several hodies of students from high
schools and other educational insti
tutions have visited the university the
past two weeks, and a number of others
have signified their intention of doing
so before the university year closes.
The university school of fine arts
will he represented hy a drawing at
an exhibition of the western drawing
j teachers' association to he held next
week at Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In a recent article in the Chicago
Times-Herald, entitled "Formidable
Land Fortifications Make Havana A
Gibraltar, ' the following mention of a
former well known university man Is
fount: "Tho work of the engineer
corps at Havana is now drawing to a
close anu the report will soon bo for
warded to ' Washington to be printed.
Tne work has been done under the
pergonal direction of Joseph A. Sar-
goiit,, assistant engineer in charge of
Heno 3. Cowlea in the "Botanical
Garotte" for April writes as follows:
"For tho second time botanists have
had tho pleasure of seeing a boolc that
j has for its topic tho vegetation of one
of our states. Pound and Clements
"Phytogeography of Nebraska" was a
work that marked a distinct advance in
the ecological investigations of our
country. MacMillan has now given us
an attractive presentation of the plant
life of Minnesota. All three of these
men have received their education at
the University of Nebraska.
W. u. Hazelwood of Milford has pre
sented the state historical society with
a gourd powder flask which is two hun
dred and fifty years old. This flask has
been in possession of Mr. Hazelwood
for sixty-eight years and was brought
by his grandfather from Virginia to
Kentucky in 1787.
The Palladian girls had planned to
surprise the boys, Friday evening by
givingt hem a straw ride. The had
weather prevented the ride so all went
to Miss Erisman's. An enjoyable time
lasting till morning ensued.
Dr. John White, professor of chemis
try in the university, has heen offered
the chair of chemistry in the Univer
sity of Cincinnati, and has the mat
ter under advisement.
Miss Edith Henry, at present fellow
in philosophy in the university nas
heen elected fellow in philosophy at
Bryn Mawr for next year. This is one
of the most valuahle fellowships in
Eastern institutions. Miss Henry has
made a brilliant record as a student
in the homo university and will un
doubtedly uphold the honor or Ne
hraska at Bryn Mawr.
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