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Subscription prlco for rest of year,
Tho following now books havo been
received at tho university library for
tho uso of tho classes in Missions and
Bruce Paulino conception of Chris
tianity. Conybearo Life of St. Paul.
Gordon Holy spirit in missions.
Goodspced Israol's mcsslonlc hope.
Thatcher Apostolic church.
Willett Prbphts of Israel.
Miss Smith, registrar, Is 111 with
he University of Minnesota
The now term of tho school of music
will begin January 28, 1901.
The Nebraskan-Hesperian will bo
sent to anyone for tho rest of tho
school year for BOc.
J. S. Mooro returned last Wednes
day from Winlerset, Iowa, whero ho
has been spending tho holidays.
This week J. S. Mooro will visit
Hastings, Grand Island, Lexington,
and North Platto in association interests.
Everybody should tako advantago of
tho opportunity to secure tho Nebraskan-Hesperian
until Juno for 50c.
Subscriptions received at oflke.
College of Medicine
Tho Palladians elected tho following
odlcors for tho winter term:
President W. G. Hunting.
Vice-President Pearl Henscl.
Recording Secretary Christine
Corresponding Secrotary Besslo
Music Secretary Clara W. Walton.
Sargeant-at-Arms L. J. Marsh.
Miss Blanche Hargreaves camo homo
from tho east for Christmas. She will
not return to Smith but will enter
tho university tho second semester.
Wlllard Kimball, Jr., returned homo
to spend his Christmas vacation with
his parents. He has been attending
tho Shattuck military school In Minnesota.
H. G. Woodroof '01 has accepted a
position at tho Kearney Military
Academy as commandant of cadets.
Ho will also teach mathematics. He
will return to tho university in time
to graduate in tho spring.
Professor Barbour mado a trip to
tho stato universities of Kansas at
and "atvManhattan.y taking
full sets of photograpnVof-alrtho build
ings. Ho also visited Kansas City and
mapped in the geology between tho Ne
braska lino and Missouri.
Mr. C. M. Gould a fellow in tho de
partment of geology in 1899, who was
called to tho chair of geology int ho
university of Oklahoma, mado a dis
covery during tho past summer which
is of fundamental importance to all
geologists. Tho exact posItlonpiU
Nebraska Permea ami Kansas red
beds havo been in doubt. During tho
summer Mr. Gould had tho pleasure of
finding tho first fossils In theso beds, L
which shows plainly that tho Permease
extends into tho red beds, which from ,
this time on will bo known as the
Pcrmo-MassisT)u "2 -
Among the new students who have
registered for tho new term arc Leon
W. Penn, Dunbar, Neb., Chas. Smith,
Lincoln; Edith Thompson, Grand
Island; Grace Hays, Centerville, la.;
Emma M. Clema, Table llock, Neb.;
Mario Mayland, Seward, Neb.; Grace
Hicks, Lincoln; Claudius Story, Lin
coln; Nina Crlss, Pender, Nob.; Mlnnio
LItchtenwalter, Hubbel, Neb.; Gussie
Alderson. Madison, Neb.; John Shala,
Tho chemistry department intends
to make another effort in placing some
edifying and instructive "signs" about
the building. Some one has taken tho
pleasure of "swiping" the others and
their places must be filled. It is
hoped by tho department they will not
havo to be replaced very soon.
The stato historical society has se
cured two van loads of books and
papers from tho Capitol. All tho dupli
cate material in the historical library
has been classified and is ready for ex
change. The rooms are being prepared
for Inspection by the members of the
society during Its meeting which will
be held on the evenings of January 8
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Tho thirteenth Annual Courso of Lcoturcs will
commence on tho 19th day of September, 1000,
and will continue eight and one-half months. Tho
course is graded and covers a period of four yearn.
Modical Hall, tho Laboratory of Medical Scienee,
tho Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and the
Laboratory of Anatomy aro situated upon tho Cam
pus. Tho clinical opportunities afforded by tho
hospitals and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St.
Paul aro at tho command of the College. For out
door clinical servico a new clinical building has
been built in a central location.
For information address,
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During tho Christmas vacation Mr.
C. A. Fisher visited the western part
of Nebraska and tho region around
Denver, doing work for tho U. S. geo
logical survey. He obtained on a ten
days collection trip speciments of the
fossil horse, fossil rhinoceros, a mam
moth, and other animals, together with
a list of barlte crystals irom a newly
discovered quarry of lavt deposit at
Castle Rock, Colo.
Tho Union Society elected officers for
the winter term as follows:
President Mr. P. G. HawksDy,
Vice-President Miss Blanche
Recording Secretary Miss Margaret
Corresponding Secretary Jennie
Treasurer Mr. Stroyer.
Critic Mr. Swenson.
Sargeant-at-Arms Misa Rena Chap
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