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j j ! j j . In of on the staff of the university II- j brary, who received her bachelor of j arts degree In 1924 and E, Cl. j Almy, now a graduate student In chemistry at the university, who j received his bachelor of science degree in 1926. All three received Phi j Beta Kappa, the two sons also be- 1 ing elected to Htgma XI. The fifteenth of the grand children to enroll In the University of. Nebraska is Constance Almy, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. J. K. Almy of Lincoln, now a sophomore In the College of Arts and Science. Nea/ books at the City Library The following books have been received at the city library and will be ready for circulation Monday morning, lJTTember 13. at 9 o’clock: China. By the cily of the long sand: a tale of new China, by Mrs, A. T. Hobart. Rama. Main currents of modern French drama, by H. A. Smith, Evolution. ' Selected articles on evolution, compiled by E. M. Phelps. Jesus The Christ of the Indian road, by E. S. Jones. Lincoln. Personal recollections of Abraham Lincoln, by R W. McBride. Painting. French pictures and their paint- efs. by L. M. Bryant. Plays. The lamplighter; a farce in one act and as a short story, by Charles Dickens Plays*. The Emperor Jones; I Gold; “The first mans'* The dreamy kid; by E. G. O’Neill, Psychology. Social psychology, by Knight Dunlap. , * Reference Book*. A dictionary of European literature, by Laurie Ms gnus. Short Story. Story-writing; lessons from th*' masters, fay F. VV. Perry. Social Problems. The return of the middle class, by John Corbin, U. S. Civilization. The mauve decade; American life at the end of the nineteenth century, by Thomas Been. Fiction. The Benson murder case, by S, S, , Van Dine. The blind ship, by Jean Barrevre, Cherry Square, by Mrs. G. L. (S^ Richmond. The emerald of Catherine the Great, hv Hilaire Belloc, The golden key by Henry Nan Dyke. Kingdoms of the world, by Mrs. M M (P.) Tuttle. f Out of the clay, by Mrs. H. T. Comstock. Page Mr, Tutt, by A. C. Train. Some found adventure by U. E. McClure. j The sun also rises, by Ernest Hemingway. Tall tale* of the Kentucky Mountains. by Percy MaeKaye. Under the Tonto Rim, by Grey, Wedloc'* hv Jakob Wassermann. Children’s Books. The Brown castle, by ftcbecoa Rice. The four Corners, by A. 1* Blanchard. . ne four Corners abroad by A. VI Blanchard, The four Corners at college, b\ A. E. Blanchard. The four Corners at srhool, hy A E. Blanchard. The four Corners in California, by A. E Blanchard. The four Corners in Egypt, by A. E, Blanchard. The four Corners In Japan, by A. E. Blanchard. Just George by Mrs. F. (C.) Hooker. Little Girl Blue, by B A. Retner. Mountains of Jade, by V. M. Irw in and V, Stefasson, The toy shop, by M. M. Lindsay. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The student council presented its annual assembly Friday, December 10. Numbers by the Kosmet Klub quartet and dancing team featured. Dorothy Howard. *24 gave two violin solos and Mrs. Regina Holcombe gave a group of reading*. Ray Ramsey entertained the assembly with a few minutes of prestidigitation. This Is an annuel custom for the council to present one of the program*. » The Hl-Y and Student club of girl reserves held a banquet at th* ITi-Y club Wednesday evening. The gtrls had charge of the program which consisted of a series *.f toasts by Elenor Gftdd, Wendell Groth. Lucille Led^ith. and l.aur- Zane I cnee Tyler. After the hanquet the evening was spent In playing games. The Orphéons rlub held its annual party In the girls’ gymnasium Friday evening. About one hundred of 1 ‘ | ja

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  1. The Lincoln Star,
  2. 12 Dec 1926, Sun,
  3. Page 37

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