The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, October 01, 1892, Page 10, Image 10

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wntly wt 'their home on the evening of the
JjrtU It was the first reunion of the faculty
during ihe present academic year, and was
attended by about seventy members, includ
ing the wives of those so blessed. Kspeciat
(tlU'ttttiMi w as given the new members of the
faculty so that they bvame quite at home
bvVore the evening passed away. The new
Members present were Mr. and Mrs. Adams,
Mi and Mr. Richards, Miss Conkliu, Miss
Wilder, Miss Jones, Miss Tveeman and Mr.
Ptf, Caldwell hu nineteen students in
ttiuncial history, and thirty in international
law, SevcnUMlnvc registered in all classes
in lu department.
The classes in IVychology have increased
U)iM twentMiw last vear to sixty-live the
present semester. Previous to last year the
wumbev never exceeded fifteen.
The- lepattmct of Philosophy will have
$vm worth of new apparatus for use this
v Among the larger pieces will he a
Ulpps Chtoufcscope and a Time-sense ap
paratus Mts CanScW has cvteude! ait iuvitatioi
to aH the ladks of the acuity to saeet her at
hrt htjttrc sac;h Wednesday wuonuug at to
tvcfcscfc Ssr the pure of wftrau&i social
fotteWeawteK Yt tevteatlcsf has h-ecn ac-
TWNrfc aWAA S afcscafcst' s3&es
vvJSvv 3-y itvS?S50'r-Vw. e vciJI eveaaaee
&& && sxtZ yvvst. CSrcdhx have
fc& Jjfefe. X'Ci 5ft rrV 5jbw- 5egvttC33M& as
vkkkx. -AWcttfc 5'csfc 131 re aH tsbe
She K'3tyite&. 'tftot. tssjJfkft ttyipirA&i&g-
Stye Stage.
John Drew, who has appeared in Lincoln
sevetal times in minor parts, has made his
debut as a star.
Lottie Collins, the original Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay
fiend, has escaped from quarantine,
and is setting New York on tire.
Chicago's groat spectacular play, AH Baba,
which has far surpassed the former produc
tion, Sinbad. has passed through its 150th
performance in Chicago. It is now being
prepared for its lour through the country.
Richard Mansfield is now playing a dram
atization of Hawthorne's novel, "The Scarlet
Frank Daniels continues to produce his old
favorite, "Little Puck." He has made his
greatest success in that play.
The Last Days of Pompeii" was the most
successful spectacular that has ever appeared
in Lincoln. It was the biggest drawing card
during fair week, and was admired by all
who witnessed it- The magnificent fireworks
was the special feature.
Stuart Robsou will play -She Stoops to
Conquer" as the chief feature of his repertory
this season, -owing his remarkable success as
Tony Lurapfcin- "Bertie the Lamb" has fallen
into second place in his estimation.
The only meritotioas play in Lincoln dur
ing the state fair was McFee of Dublin," in
which John T. Kelly was the leading character-
Mr. Kelley has made quite a success in
Irisik p5xrs bat was n awarded the attend -a3cw
be sibftMdkl have had While here.
TSe Esf Opera. Company was the first
att eersafej attracaoa at the Auditorium
&uMeQCJ. The company has an
wxsKlkfflft gggttttgwq is musical circles, and
fe.onifftftSiS c &ky peopfc. Miss Helen
Evcstsawxt fe. sfce Paa Dea of tk-e cocajaxnv
aAfeiapniisaioatjSaC!ed. Miss Bertraat