The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 17, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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TDE DAILY NEBRASKAN
k iinrsprnpor doToted to tho InUresti of th
Unlterilty of Nobra V.
Published at 134 North 11th St., by
TliE HESPERIAN PUB. CO.
(Incorporated.)
DIRECTOR 8 1
J W. nrahtra. Prolldonl.
0. L.TownooroUrr-Tresyirjr.
J. X. Wnr, T. J. Htrrett, E. W. Washb
or a.
A CONSOLIDATION On'
Tho llosporlun Vol. XXXI
Tlio NoUriinkiin Vol XI
TheScurlot lind ('roam-Vol III
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It V. Iltirbor,
Uhiw. I. Taylor I
UhUH IC. Wollnf
miiiiuKiuK i dltor
Kultor hi-tJhlef
HuhIiiohh Mum K?
" Tho inbiorlptlon price of th Dally Nobraa
Imn la t2 for the college ynur with n regular de
Utoit before clinpol encfa day. Notices, com
munications, nndothor matter Intonded for pub
fication, must bo handod In nt tho Nebrasltau
ofllco before 7 p. m., or mailed to tho editor bo
fore S p. m of tho day proTlous to that day on
hich they nro expected to appear.
Subicrlptlons mny bo loft at tho Nebraskan
office, at tho Co.Op., or with Business Mannfror.
Bubsoribers will confer n faror by roportins
promptly at this ofllco any failure to recelto tho
uroundH.
When tlio Hold work is completed
each 8ectlon will be required to draw
a map. The ninps thus Independent
ly made muHt bo oxactly alike.
A. A. Steel, '09, passed through
Lincoln yeateiday moruinu on his
way to a new raining camp In Mexico.
paper
All
on which they are to appoar
chanROS In adTertlsln matter must bo In
the oQlco by 8 p. m. on tho day prorloui to mat
AddroiB all communications to the Daily No
braakan, 131 N. 11th Bt., Lincoln, Nebraska.
Telephone 479.
Entori-ii in 1 ii pis uiti. o nt L ncoln, Nelx
:is Hoeoinl cIiiik n nil mutter.
As a continuation of,'. Professor
Darbour'H windmill talk to tho En
RinljorluK Society last week, the So
clcty has decided to Indulge In an
other windmill program next week,
at which time the mechanics-or the
machino will be considered. With
this end In view 'Messrs. Knllnsch
and Dnrman are "makingt'hts ;iu
souio model windmills constructed ",n
yeur ku aouoitjirm m Pi o lessor har
bour's designs.
As we Said Before
Every bit of goods that we sell now will
not have to be looked after when we
take inventory, so we are making" an ex
tra offer all along the line.
PERKINS & SHELDON,
1129 O STREET.
Mr. Lawrence, familiarly kt.own
as"Tom,'' tho chief engineer of the
power planr, lias repaired the broken
connrctinu rod. and stored It avav
for future use In order to prevent tho
repetition of a night's darkness on
account of ,tho breakdown of the.
engine.
Wisconsin will rrtaln nascball in
the list or her athletic sports. This
was decided a few davs airo after a
long period of doubt as to the future
or tho game. For some time it look
ed 113 though the uamo wruld do
drooped from lack of support. When
tho time came fur ac'lon, however,
the students took a hand and 'circu
lated a petition asklim that the
game bo retained. When t.ho paper
ciimo in it bad over 400 n-mc.s at
tached to It. So decided was the
sentlmeut of tho student body that
the athletic board bv a unanimous
voto authorized tho scheduling of
games for tho next season.
This act of tho Wisconsin board or
rather the fact that the action had
to be taken at all, shows bv what
rapid strides football Is outstripping
baseball as a collego sport. Hero is a
university that spends annually
thousands of dollars un tho gridiron
sp.irt. debating whether or not tu
continue her baseball team. Football
is essentially the College snort and Its
rapid devHopcment in tho past few
years, has no doubt been, to a great
extent, at the cxpsnso of baseball.
Summed up In a few wordB tho cause
Is probably to be found In tho fact
...that football has retained Its purity as
an amatuer game while baseball has
been polluted by the taint of professionalism.
Messrs.": Kenoail and Brooks in
tho Electrical Engineering deuar
ment are at present busily cnuaged
i n perfect ini; tlie apparatus; for a
wireless telephone- system. 2 For sum e
time thev have been handicapped on
account of proper' appliances hut'j n
time nope t.) see some, results or their
tfilvr. Aq l known the ordinary tele-
ulionu..Uhes, iwo wins: tin- iwn ex
perimenters have so far jujecceded In
usinir, ono wiro and hope to bo able
to do away with that.
DEBATING CLUBb.
ENGINEERING NOTES.
Tho surveying class has been divid
ed iuto two sections and to each was
assluned tho task of making a topo
graphical survey or the stato fair
Tlio following questions will he"dls
c ussed ""at t ho different debati n g
clubs tomorrow evening.
DELIAN.
Resolved, That the position Presi
dent '.Roosevelt took on anarchv !
hiKMHuhlo. Atllrmative. Severin and
Hodge. Negative. Cook and Mor
row. UNION.
Resolved, '".That municipalities
nbould furnish employment, to the
unemployed.
PALLADINAS.
Resolved. That tho United Stated
should by means or an appropriate
concession in her tarifT, extend her
export trado alio cultivate amity
with other- nations. Atllrmative.
Doubt and Pierce. Negative. Clark.
Brownell Hall
Instructors graduates of colleges recognized every win ro as among1 the
bestjin "America, Fxceller.t adviuiinecs in Music, Art, Modem Lan
guages. Latin and Greek. Latest methods in teaching t lit natural sci
ences mid in .tliematics. Director of mu&ic, Mis9 Ware, three years a
pupil of thedato Oscar Half, Berlin, ("cnn.ny. Her methods and
t' eories are in accordance with those of the well known masters of tho
world. (Jives good general education and prepares for any collego
open to women. Prim ipnls cei t Acute admits to college without ex
amination. Special attention to the development of individuality, and
also to the development of a H'lisc of social responsibility. Thorough -n
ss insisted upon as essential to character buildinjr. Physical train
ing adapted to strength of individual as ascertained by tests and
measurements made by professional instructor. 'J hree distinct departments-
Primary. Preparatory and Academic. Instruct rs of Pri
mary Department lmve had special training for this work. Terms
moderate. Second term begins Feb. W Send for catalogue. Address
Miss Macrae, Principal, Omaba
NEBRASKA BUSINESS
AND SHORTHAND
COLLEGE
CONE,
The Installment Tailor
115 North 11th.
; union
'.Tlio
bUCIETY
PROGRAM.
now offlcers of the Union
society will tfivo tlu3 program this
evening.
It is as follows:
Miss Sheidt; Speech, Mr. James
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BOYD BUILDING, IJTII AND
L - .. i 1
Contralto Solo.
Sectional view of actual Business
and Hanking Department.
HARNEY STREETS, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
Established Nino Yoars.
A School Without a Superior.
Employs the AbleBt Teactors
BOOK-KEEPINGr,
Actual Hu&inosH from thoSti r'.
BANKING",
A 8 it is practicd.
TYPEWRITING, ""
Tho Touch Method.
SHORTHAND,
Ciraham and Gregg Systems.
ENGLISH,
" Practical and thorough.
Recitation, Miss Hurley; Piano
Solo, Miss Livsay; Paper, Miss
Powell: Recitation, Mr
Reading, Miss N le'.son ;Spejech,JNIr
Hawthorne; VioliriSolo, 51r.
CONVOUATION ANNQUNOE-
3 'MENT."
' .Th is morning a'convocatlon Dr.
G uef nsey J J oneB will discuss- "'rbo
Church and the Seotsin England.
Monday, O. E. Perslnger will
speak on Tho Chile-Peruvian controversy.
Kudorsed by high scho )1 principals, leading bus'ness men and official
court ra porters. Absolutely thorough. The finest and most thoroughly
Baldwin; equipped institution in the Vest. l,nuu lnveaLeu in hiauuuru typuwrnuid.
I J3, .")()() Hanking and other fixtures placed in actual Imsncs. department. Lile
'frun troll. ton desks ordered for Commercial Department. Another door has
been leased that all may be accommodate 1. Situations procured for over 00
PER CENT of last veai's eurollm int. Students may enter any tlma Address
Beach.
A. C. ONG, A. M., LLB. Pres.
Omaha, Neb.
Write for el eg ant
Catalogue free
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