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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1901)
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action was taken owing to tho fact that
it is impossible to got a very largo
number of tho alumni association to
gothor at Charter day. A uniquo and
interesting program Is promlaod.
Ovor 30 men -wore turned away from
tho shops last Saturday morning bo
causo of lack of lathes. There are but
17 lathes in tho shops at present but
tho dopartmont is in hopos that it will
bo posslblo to increase this number
when tho appropriations aro made.
Life," in Lincoln on February 28. This
lecture was delivered before tho Uni
versity of California last year and l"
ceivod much favorable comment. Mr.
Michonor has traveled for ten years
among colleges and universities of tho
central and middlo west and is well
qualified to speak on his subject.
Commandant Brown has reorganized
tho artlllary dotachmont. Ono squad
will bo from A company and ono from
D company. Corporal Buckley of A,
and Corporal Hess of D will act as
gunnors for tho present. Extra drill
will bo given trom now until charter
Tho Palladlans gavo tho following
program last Friday evening:
Instrumental Solo Mr. Smith.
Reading Mr Tierce.
Original Story, "Socioty of tho 20t.h
Century" Mr. Studevant.
Vocal Solo Miss Rcdford.
Original Story, "At Camp Mooting,"
Miss Miunio Caso.
Recitation Miss Slocum.
J. S. Moore roturned Wednesday
from a visit to Hastings, North Platto,
York, Grand Island, and Central City.
Whilo away ho was engaged in -working
up delegations to tho state conven
tion of Y. M. C. A. at Hastings, July
10th. Ho reports much onthuslasm in
the associations throughout tho state,
and tho coming convention promises
to bo tho largest and most successful
yet held in Nebraska. Tho university
will sond a delegation of twenty.
Tho roport of tho national histor
ical association has recently come
from tho government press. For tho
Second time in the history of tho as
sociation the roport consists of ton vol
umes. Ono of tho most notablo feat
ures of this report Is tho hitherto un
published letters of John C. Calhoun.
Theso will bo a very Important addi
tion to the source work in American
The following program will be given
by tho Dolian Socioty next Friday even
ing. 'Paper Mr. Roy Blckford.
. Recitation Mr. Vernon Batle.
. Recitation Miss Grimm.
Papor Mr. Davis.
Three selections of music will be
given. A special musical treat Is in
storo although doflnlto arrangomonts
have not boon mndo.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Eighth Army Corps club was held
Tuesday evening in Palladian hall.
Tho cntertalnmont consisted of anec
dotes by tho mombers followed by a
"banquet" with army grub and apples
as tho menu. The officers for tho sec
ond somester -woro olected as follows:
President, A. M. Hull; vice-president,
Lioutonant McEllhose; secretary and
treasurer, A. M. Storch. The club has
recently sont a letter to all of tho
First Nobraska boys now in the Philippines.
In tho recolpt of Stato Treasuror
Stauofor given to ox-Troasuror Mesorve
for tho funds turned ovor Avlth tho
ofllco aro tho following items rolativo
to tho school funds of tho stato.
Socuritlos belonging to pormlinont
school fund $4,20G,203.D4. Pormanont
unlvorslty fund Investments ?73,490.7G.
Pormanont agricultural collogo endow
ment Investments $119,800.74. Normal
endowment investment $15,000.00.
Tho rogular mooting of tho zoolog
ical club wub hold last Thursday In Dr.
"VVnrd'B ofllco. Tho following papors
wore read: Tho Value of Biological
Experimentation by Duesch, "W. L.
Duchor; Tho Limits of Dovolopmontal
Mechanics by Bluotschll, C. E. String
or; Regeneration; Facts and Interpre
tation by Wolsmann, F. F. Malono;
Tho Localization of Morphogonotlc
Processes by Driosch, F. E. Watson.
Mr. A. A. Hunter, a special student
In the botany dopartmont has recently
finished a series of about ono hundred
picturos, which wero taken at tho
farm last summer. .They aro for spe
cial use in tho horticultural depart
ment, bolng pictures of all the differ
ent -varieties of -water melons, -which
can be raised in this part of the stato.
Views of tho Holds and growing melons
wero taken as well as pictures of in
dividual melons, both entire and cut
in sections. Tho picturos "will bo used
as Illustrations in tho annual publica
tion which tho horticultural socioty
will have ready for distribution
throughout the state by early spring.
he University of Minnesota
College of Medicine
Tho thirteenth Annual Course of Lectures will
commence on the 19th day of September, 1900,
and -will continue eight and one-half months. Tho
course is graded and covers a period of four years.
Medical Hall, tho Laboratory of Medical Science,
tho Laboratory of Medical Chemistry, and tho
Laboratory of Anatomy aro situated upon the Cam
pus. Tho clinical opportunities afforded by the
hospitals and dispensaries of Minneapolis and St.
Paul aro at the command of the College. For out
door clinical service a new clinical building has
been built in a central location.
For information address,
OR. PARKS RITCHIE,
DEAN UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA,
In the January numbor of the An
nals of Mathematics, tho leading papor
Is by Mr. H. E. Morltz on tho tran
scendence of pi. Competent critics
consider it ono of tho best contribu
tions to tho subject. Tho first proof
of tho transcondonco of pi was glvon
In abstract by P. Llndoman in Vol. XX
of tho MathomatiBcho Annual year
1882. Tho roasonlng was oxcosslvoly
difficult and covered 13 pages. Mr.
Morltz's proof Is comparatively slmplo
and though glvon In consldorablo de
tail covors only 3 pages. Tho same
numbor of tho Annals contains a note
by Mr. D. N. Lohmor on multiplying
The University School
pposfte the Campus
Students contemplating the study of Music,
and those who have friends desirous of in
formation concerning the advantages offered,
are cordially invited to visit the School and
and obtain an Illustrated Catalogue.
You can enter at any time,
Mr. W. R. Hart or tho dopartmont of
pedagogy Is preparing a work on cur
runt oducatlonal history of Nebraska.
He desires tho numes of teachers who
first taught In newly organlzod dis
tricts and also copies of essays pre
pared for associations. Teachers and
others who havo anything In tholr pos
session Which would assist Mr. Hart In
his compilation of source hlsfory will
confor a favor by Bonding It (o him.
(O. 'C. Michonor, lutornatSiinul sooro
ttary of 'tho Y. M. G. A. will dolivor m
llocturo 'on "(Striking 'Characteristics
(and 'fnomptntlonB of Modern Collogo
The State Horticultural Socioty was
in session, Tuesday, "Wednesday, and
Thursday of last weok. Tho university
pooplo who addressed tho meetlugn are
aB follows: Ohancollor Andrews, Pro
fessors BcBsoy, Brunor, und Emorson,
and II. A. McComb.
A voto of thanks was oxtondod to
Ohancollor Andrews for tho Interest
which ho has shown In tho society.
At tho oloctlon of ofllcors, tho follow
ing wore choson ProBldont, G. A.
Marshall; vlco-prcsldont, L. M. IIusboI;
second vice-president, G. S. Christy;
secretary, C. H. Barnard; troaBuror,
Potor Youngors; board of directors, L.
Henderson, E. F. StophonB, and W. J.
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