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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1903)
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This Couple Enjoyed Themselves
With Two Witnesses.
A perfect example of silhouette ef
fects wan seen and enjoyed by two
faculty members yesterday afternoon
who witnessed a scene portrayed on
the wlnxlow curtain that they will not
poon forget A lady member of the
faculty and one of the professors were
sitting In the faculty study room In
the basement of the library when the
event occurred. The window curtain
had1 been pulled down to shut out the
cheorful rays of the sun, and as one
gazed abstractedly at the curtain he
observed two figures silhouetted on it,
the outlines of which were plainly dis
cernible. They, were a pair of new
students a Freshman boy and girl,
who had' found a convenient place to
Fit on the window ledge..
Then began a pantomime that was
worth the trouble of beholding. And
the two faculty members tool: the (rou
ble. As they gazed steadfastly at the
curtain the two figures began to edge
closer and closer to each other. The
space between them gradually grew
leys and les& and finally it was entirely
They paused for a moment and
looked Into each other's eyes. Then
their lips met, and they met again.
They met several times after that; and
finally it was useless to attempt to
count them all. The two faculty mem
bers were struck dumb with terror and
surprise. And then they pulled up the
curtain and the window being open
they viewed the scene of oscillatory
bliss- at closer. range. When they had
recovered from their paroxysm and the
contracting parties had regained their
senses an unlimited variety of conflict
ing emotions raged. The boy, however,
was not greatly daunted, but hastened
"Well, it was fun. anyhow!"
And the two faculty members looked
at each other and .
Register for Excursion.
Those intending to make the trip to
Lawrence arc lequested to sign up.
In the library at once. It is hoped that
tho 160 names necessary may be se
cured by Friday morning, and all In
tending to go are urged' to be prompt.
Anyone desiring information In regard
to the trip can secure it by applying
to Assistant Manager Morrison.
WHEN YOU BUY
Mass Meeting in Chapel.
A mass meeting will be held In cha
pel this morning, the main purpose and
Intent of which will be to help along
the Interests of the Athletic Carnival.
That there will be speeches by Dr. Bol
ton. Prof. Fossler and Prof. Orummann
is conclusive proof that the proceed
ings will be of a stirring character.
No one should miss this opportunity
io learn of the nature of the events
that will come off Saturday, as an ac
( urate description of each will be
given. Fuithermore all who attend
will have no other purpose In view
than to attend the Carnival Saturday
afternoon and find out if all that they
have been told is true.
Will Play Grand Island.
The second team will play at Grand
Island Saturday, meeting the College
team of that place in the afternoon!.
Sdnce their crus...ng defeat at the
hands of our first team the Grand Is
land boys have rc-organized complete
ly, and are now able to present a much
stronger line-up. The second team does
not expect aiv easy time as rumors oi
Grand Islamite prowess aie constantly
Some changes will be made In the
line-up of the second team, and some
men will be given an opportunity to
play who have not played1 before. The
team will leave Saturday morning at
11 o'clock and return Sunday at 10
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Demerits for Cadets.
Any cadet who receives 50 demerits
during a semester will be found defi
cient In1 discipline aind his work dis
qualified for the semester. Any cadet
who receives CO demerits during a se
mester will bo reported to the chan
cellor with a view of his suspension
and expulsion from, the University ac
cording to' tjio circumstances of the
Demerits will be given as follows:
Wilful disobedience of orders to ca
det oflicer, 20.
Absence from drill, 5.
Not being in uniform, 1.
UntldincBB in- dress, 3.
Late falling in, 3.
Talking In ranks, 3.
I nattentlon1 in ranks, 3.
Failing In salute, 3,
liaising hand in ranks, 3.
Dli ty gun, ifc
Dirty gloves and shoes. 3.
Dirty equipments1, 4.
Removing property from Armory
without permission, 10.
Absence from guard when detailed,
Failure to know orders on post, 5.
Spoiling gun or accoutrements, 10.
Failure at recitation, 3.
Other cases according to offense.
The guns recently Issued should be
cleaned and put in proper condition
Immediately. Cadets wishing to sub
mit explanation for delinquencies may
do eo im writing on the proper blanks
and through their cadet captaliiB.
Mr. Spencer' Contributes Article
An interesting and beautifully IIIub
tiated article entitled "The Winter's
Window Garden." by Mr. Spencer of
the weathei buieau office, appears in
the November Issue of Country Life
in Ameritn. Successful methods of
growing in the house narcissi, tulips,
hyacinths, and other winter-blooming
bulbs are related in an entertaining
manner. This is the first of several
contribution on various subjects that
Mr. Spencer will contribute In the
present volume of Country Life in
America. Last spring this magazine
ottered a prize of $240 to be equally
divided among the contributors of the
best eight manuscripts on gardening
subjects. Mr. Spencer was one of the
successful contributors and this arti
cle will probably appear In the March
number. Nearly all the photographs
illustrating these contributions' were
taken by- the author himself Even
J. Ko I b ac h
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Chapin Bros., Florists, 127 So. 13th.
Lincoln Transfer Co. Baggage.
Doubtful About Entering League.
It has not yet been, decided whether
Nebraska! will go Into tho Mississippi
Valley Oratorical league. E. F. Fraser,
assistant professor of public speaking
at Kansas University, lias written a
"second time urging Nebraska to go In,
because "Nebraska could anil would
give impetus to the movement to kill
out the old style of oratorical contests
and) get them downi on a more sensible
In considering this question' Nebras
ka must answer two questions, first,
calm we handle the Interstate debates
and the oratorical contests properly at
the same time? Secondly, cam we meet
tho money requlronwmt. Action has
not yet been taken.
IX)ST A University hat-pin. Valu
able to the owner Uecause of associa
tions. DOTT M. DRUSE.
Call at 1134 O St.
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TE. D. SLOSSON, Gen. Agl
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FOUND A pair of gold' rimmed
peetaeles In tho basement of Main
hall. Owner call at Nebraskan office
and Identify property.
FOUND A pocketbook containing
card of Miss Cook. Owner can havo
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iness office between 9 and 11:30 a. m.
The Pershing Rifles will meet In the
Armory this evening at 7:30 Bhnrp.
There will be a short business meet
ing before drill.
E. L. STANLEY, Capt.
ALL STUDENT Canvassers of tick
ets for the Faculty Athletic Carnival
are requested' to report progress of
work Thursday atji.p. jn., In room 306,
M. A. building.
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