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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT,
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Irving J. Manatt, Ph. D., Chancellor.
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE
AI THE A UTS.
H. E. Hitchcock, M. A., Ph.D., Profossorof Mothomatlcs.
George McMillan, Ph.D., Dean, Profossorof Greek.
George E. Howard. M. A.. Professor or History.
Grove . Barber, 51. A.. Professor of Lntln.
Hudson II. Nicholson, M A.. Professor of Chnmlstry and Physlss.
Lucius A. Shcrmnn, Ph. D., Professor nf English.
Lewis E. Micks. Ph.D., Professor of Geology.
Charles E. Bessoy, Ph.D., Professor of Botany.
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Charles E. Bcsscy, Ph. 1)., Dean, Professor of Hort'cult'ire mid
Hudson II. y nolson. M. A., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry.
Richard II ownley. U. S. N., Prof, or Military Science and Tactics.
Lewis E. Hicks, Ph. D., Professor of Gcoloy.
Charles N. Little, m. A., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering.
Hci.ry II. Wing, B. Agr., Instructor in Agriculture.
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Hies Ellen Smith, M. A., Registrar
Mrs. A dclnldo Dearborn, Insnuctorln Kloctition.
Howard W. Caldwell, B. h., Instructor in History.
Bion U. Culver, B. S.. Instructor In modern languages.
Charles E. Bennett, R. A., Ins.ructor in Greek and Latin.
T. Jloroy Horigmnn B.A., Instructor in Physics and Astronumy.
Miss Sarah W. Moore, Teacher of Painting and Drawing.
Dlrcctoj of Musical Conservatory.
Five courses of study are oHVrcd : Classical, Scientific,
Literary, Engineering and Agi (cultural. The Latin
School, for the piepent, oilers u two j ears' course pre
paratory to these courses. Sliulenls wishing to enter the
Latin School must lie prepared foi examination in Orlhog.
raphy, English Grammar, Pinrtical Arithmetic, Geogra.
phy and HlMory of the United State".
THE COLLEGE OP MEDICINE.
A. R. Mitchell, m. d., Dean, and Profcseorof Anatomy.
L. A. Monlam, m.., Prolcssor of Principles and Practlco of Mod
II. B. Lowry, m.a., m.d., Professor of Physiology and Thcrapoutlcs.
W. M. Knann, m. Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Womon
II. 11. Nicholson, m.a , Professor of Chemistry.
L. B. Graddy, m.d,, Professor of Diseases of tho Eye and Ear,
Hon.O. P. Mason, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence
Robt. It. Livingston, m.d., Profoosor of Principles and Practlco o
S, D. Mercer, m. d., Professor of Clinical Surgery.
N. J. Bcachly, m.d., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Milton Lane, m. .. Lecturer on Materia Medica.
JohnF. Wayman, I'r. It., m. d.. Lecturer on Physiology.
B. L. Paine, m.d. , Professor of Theory and Practlco. (Homoeopathic)
C. L. Hart, m.d., Professor of Materia Medica. "
P. B. Rlghtcr, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. "
W. S. Latta, m.d., Professor of Theory and Practice. (Ecloctic.)
J. II. Woodard, m.d., Professor of Materia Medica. "
This college was opened in 1883, and is now In vinor
orous operation. The University with its collections and
the capital city with its public 'institutions offer spccla
facilities and inducements to medical students. No fees
are charged beyond the matriculation fee of $5, and tho
actual cost of material for ihe study of Practical Anatomy
Qor d board in the city at $3 a week; furnished room
$3 to $0 a month. Students of the Industrial College live
on tho tartn, where board is furnished at cost. Nr charges
for tuition, exco t matriculation fee of $5. Students
residing in tho state, or persons about to enter tho Univor.
aity, arc allowed half fare in going to and from home by
tho railroads entering Lincoln. For half.faro certificates
Catalogues or other information address the Chancellor
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