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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1904)
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Vkm HMprlB, Vol. 81 , The NebrMkaa, ToL 1,
BcrUl and Cream, Vol. 4.
John D. !
A. O. Bohrlbr
Ncwi - - - P. A. Ewing
Athltic - - J. 15. Clark
Literary - " " Dorolfiy Grcn
Rrporttn D. P. DcYo'injc .nid Mablc Favlcr
and Raymond tl. MiCaw.
DflkMWt Editorial, U VXM; Boalneai, U I11U.
Poat Ofllc, Do i 18, Station A, Lincoln.
Bubaoilptton Prtoa, tS per year. In dvano.
Btard at the poitonloo at Ltnooln, Nebraska
aa eeond-olast mall matter.
The stags seem to lunc tonic under
llic 1 1.1 n of )opnlar opinion in the I'ni
vcrsltv. ami it is plain, thai main arc
ilesnoiis ot seeing thcin taught their
plat c As a niattci of pulilii intcicst
vc liac given ii) oni space to a treat
ment of the hiil.Jccl Mnnj aic out
tpoKen in then- contlein.iatlon of the
pi act lies ol thosL ttlm aic wont to
"stjig it" to tin- Hops The interviews
that we h.ic published aic sntlli ient l
i onsei atlvc to evlain the mallei in
what we hope is a tali was and whuh
.we would glcnll.V iegl'( It It isn'l Tile
piattiie seems to hae bei ollic a Illll
same ami tins being the i ase theie is
strong ic.ison lot tlc-iling to sec I
Theie is no Kiollllilh tol nlenvillg tint
Nehiaska Ins a strong baseball stlrcd
nlc this ear The baseball manage
nient has tcitainl done good woik in
m heduling names On the eastern nip
our team will entoiinlei some haul op
position, and it is hardl epcited that
It will llnil maitcis easy It the Ham
sutlbientlv well balanceil ami in lit
tondilion it will be able to do ilsell
It is quite teitain that the discourag
ing in' itlcnt.s that miini'd the sin t ess
of the team on its tup last year wil1
be avoided and literals good leason toi
believing that it will be able to laptuie
a lair propoilion ot the games to he
Attention is being tailed to the great
national oratorital t oiliest that will be
held ill the Hall of Congicss at the S!
I oiils talr June 'J'-', llnil At this ton-tes-t
eery sett ion of the lountrv will
be lepresented by n man who has
piovcd exceptional woith ami abilitj A
large unit of The institutions in each ol
the unions sections will send repre
tentatives to a central plate of mect-
ing, wlYTTu the contest for oiator lor
that set lion will taUe place When the
icprest ntatives meet tor the great de
ciding i ontcst at St Louis then theie
will be oratory on a giand scale. The
greatest diawbaik to this si heme is
that all the Institutions in eat h set Hon
tail not be lepresented. as many ot
them have reused giving instruction
in the kind of oiatory icquired and
have withdrawn troin participation in
Ktate contests. Thus inteiest has be
tomc lax and it is hard to revive it lor
this spet ial occasion However, ii is
certain that enough institutions will be
lepresented to make the tontest at St.
I.oiils the occasion of some of the gi enl
ist oratory ol Hit tentury.
Chancellor Andrews III.
The news that Chancellor Andrews
had been solze with illness in Chica
go caused much surprise and regret
among University peo.de yentenlny. It
Ih known that Dr. Andrews has been
suffering from the grip for the past
thiee weeks ami the present attack Is
due to the culmination of this, brought
on by a seveie cold. A telegram was
reteived by Secretary Clark yesterday
morning from the chancellor, infoi til
ing him that he had been seized with
illness and would be compelled io
abandon the rest of the trip that h
At present I)r Andiews is in the
Chit ago Mnptist hospital, and in the
opinion of his phjsithins he will be
(onllned there for a week to tome He
was passing thiough the c-it when he
was sudden!) sei.ed with illness lie. -
lessitating his hmhov.i1 to the hospital
at out e The Assot iatcd piess tlispatt h
to the Star esterday evening gave the
following statement ol the tonsultiiM
"Or Andiews' tondition is good, an 1
there is no leason why Ills 1 1 lends
sin, iibl worry concerning him He only
has a slight told, which is at t om
pnnietl b.v a little tout h ot the grip
He will be kept at the hospital per
haps a week that there ma be no
possibility of Ins glowing woise It
is exposuie that made the told dan
l)r Defpiat the attending phvsit inn.
saitl that lr Antliews would be able to
o to his home in Linioln the latter
pint ot next week
Miss Maltha T.vlei contralto will
lendei the foyowing progiatu. act om
I . lMiil bv Mrs Carne H Ra nioiid in
the Cniveisitv cliapel. Saiuiilnv min
ing. Man h 1L at X p m
Love Me. it 1 Love I'tiote
To the Moonlight ilolim
Thv Name vVi ot!
L; i i.i in lb- Chainn 'i-l
(! ' Thai We Two W'eie Majing
Suite Knsl I Met Thee Rubens' Mil
l Abode . . 'iii.it i-'
Willi':: ''rimula Vim is Si i.iii-
The Lilies Clusteietl l-'.ll i'll 1 T.lll
. . U:ii m
To Sev ilia . I )ex,,i K i
S.nig ot the l-'oui Season-,
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N illingi r
Irish Folk Song . . l-'isl-ei
The Lilv and the Rose
.lust A-Wear.vin' l-'or You
Sill I'nexprest . . .
When I Hid the Woiltl (tood-Nuh.
. . . Han ie L' oh-. H m I
Don't tail to hear Miss IMt She
will also sing one nunibei ,u win i i
tiou l'Mnlav morning
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