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Tho HcAporlaa, Vol. 01, The Nebrsakan, Vol, 10
Scarlet aixj Oream, Vol. 4.
The A. M. Davis Co.
Brown University Horrors Chan
Great Celebration at tlio Unveiling of
Aiw't. Adv . Manager
Paul A.- Swing
A. O. Schretbtr
VT alter R. Standeren
Nwi - . J . Olydo Moore
Athletic Fred A, Swoeley
Iocal - DP. De Young
Society Mbw Minnie fllller
Literary Minn Leta Stetter
Edltorlnl Room and Bualncm Offloo U 21 lH
Pot Offlco Station A. Lincoln, Nbbr.
Bnbhcrlptlon Price, $2 pjr year, In advance
Entered ot the notoflko at Lii0ln, Nebraska,
"" ' on (ivconci-oloM tn all matter
Special commendation Is duo the cap
tains of the two rooting sqiyidB for the
excellent work done in Saturday's
game. With almost no practice at all
It had been feared that the rooting
would he very weak, but while vi&able
improvement will be expected at the
next game on Nebrasua field, expecta
tions as to the rooting In Saturday's
game were much more than realized.
The new yell was especially effective,
Wfyen youi lid looks tacky and
to the bad, go wheie you can get
the style YOU want.
THE $2.5 o HAT STORE
J 141 O
Hats $2. 5o - no
and, if practiced a little, will soon vie
with "No. A" In popularity. One of
the rooting leadors, .-. W. C. Ram
fey, tells us that the cadence at the
beginning was much too fast. The first
"U-Rah-Rah, Nc-Bras-Ka, shouiu be
drawn out as long as possible, he Bays;
the second should be a little faster,
while the last should be snapped out
ery fast. After this the well will take
place of old "Hlpplty-Ninica" No. 3
which will be dropped.
Franke E. Lee, Public Stenographer
and Notary. Mlmeographlc letters;
perfect Imitation. 501-502Rlchards
Blk. Auto 1155.
Lemming's Dairy for Ice Cream,
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The following article, which will bo
of paramount Interest to every Nc
brnskan, appeared In an early number
of the BoBton Transcript:
"The great event for Brown alumni
of yesterday's commencement exercises
was not the degree giving nor the
speech making, but the unveiling of
the portrait of Brown's former presi
dent, 'Benny' Andrews, '70, now chan
cellor of the University of Nebraska,
professor at Brown from '82 to '88 and
president from '89 to '98. The portrait,
costing more than $1,000, Ib the work
of William M. Chase of New York, and
Is the gift of the class of 93. the' first
to be graduated under Dr. Andrews'
"The scene at Hie unveiling was most
Impressive. The gift was presented In
beholf of the class by its president.
Dean Alexander Melkeljohn, whose
eulogy deeply stirred the men who had
6tt under Andrews as teacher and
president. 'Classes,' said Dean Melkel
john, 'would have fought for the prhl
lcgc of making this gift; but we were
"Benny's" first freshmen.' It was as
the great man that the dean eulogized
the hero of twenty years of Brown stu
dents. 'I wish,' said he, 'that I could
bring every future freshman before
this portrait and let him behold a man
and say to bim, "IfMhore Is any man-
mare - no less.
yyy m y jfc 3fr)fc3fr StBjE
hood In you. look at him and he will
eee It. If there is any meanness in
you, he will see It and shame you out
of It." '
'When Dean Miekejjohn finished and
I he features of 'Benny' weie disclosed,
the audience rose with one long cheer,
or rather yell, which was followed by
(lass cheeis In succession. In the suf-
lused eyes ofclass mates in '70 and of
a long line of men who as students
had been inspired by him, the affection
lor Dr. Andrews was clearly written
Graduates of fifty years say they never
saw such a tribute paid at Brown. At
the president's reception In Sayles hall
last night everyone tarried before the
"The classes from '90 to 1903, in
clusive, which ate" the commencement
dinner In the gymnasium, sent this
message to Dr. Andrews through M.
M. Fogg, '94, a professor at the Uni
versity of Nebraska, who had brought
Dr. Andrews' greeting: 'Toll Benny,"
said Colonel H. Anthony Dyer, '94, the
chairman, 'that so long as the light
he lit on this hill shall burn, we shall
hold In our hearts him who made
Brown Into a great institution, bound
the students to him. and, though dis
pensing stern justice, became the most
beloved college president In the east.
What Andrews, the man. means to
Brown mon appears from Dean Melkel
John's eulogy, which Is reproduced here
Instill from the Providence Journal:
"Mr. President: I rise' on behalf of
the class of '93, to present to the uni
versity a portrait of President An
drews. Classes would have fought for
the privilege which we enjoy today,
but no class could have claimed It with
so good a right. We were his first
(Continued on Page Three.)
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Cheml8tiy A 9.00 Tuesday. Wednes
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