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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1893)
The Military Department has about nc- m Berlin with u thesis which 1ms created
complushed its object of establishing n shoot- quite a ripple in the sea of science. His in
ing gallery in the basement of the Armory vesications have been of a practical nature,
(lining me wuuer months. I his was much leading to a new and cheap method of pro
agitated during the fall of '9j, but owing to ducim? narccinc. He has patented his pro-
some technicality, was not accomplished.
The first of a series of parlor lectures to
be given by the Delta Ganma fraternity, will
be given Saturday evening at the home ol
Miss Gregory. Prof. Fling delivers the first
lecture on " Student Life in a German Uni
versity." Some of the friends of the Deltas
arc also invited.
patented ms pi
cess both in Europe and this country, and
has some prospect of making a little filthy
lucre from it. His name is another on the
long list of U. of N. graduates who have
achieved success after leaving the alma mater.
We publish below a list of those who have
subscribed to the Athletic Association fund.
The estimated expenses are, coaching, $500 ;
Sigma Chi entertained at their new hall on sweaters, $60; suits, .$50; grounds, .$50. As
N street Friday night. A delightful time is will be observed from the list but a small
reported by all who attended. Dancing and portion of this has been raised so far. The
other amusements made the hours pass faculty has not yet been appealed to. It is
quickly. The "Sigs" are to be compli- desired to raise as much as possible among
mented on their new hall. Prof, and Mrs.
Richards were chaperones.
Prof. Barber, during the past summer, pre
pared a synopsis of the Latin grammar which
was printed by a publishing firm in Chicago.
This synopsis will be a great aid to Latin
indents, as much time and trouble can be
spared by the use of it. It is printed in pam
phlet form and has also been published in the
beginning book of Latin. The first part of
the work is given to some of the declensions
the students before doing this. Of course
everybody will plead hard times, but times
are probably harder for many of those who
have already subscribed than for the majority
of those who ha.ve not yet done so. Where
there's a will there's a way. Just smoke a
few less cigars, go to one or two less shows,
or don't get that new neck-tie that you really
don't need. Turn over the money to the
Athletic association. Don't wait to be asked
for it, but hunt np one of the one of the men
who are receiving subscriptions. There are
enough of them so that it won't take much
Professor Davis, who comes from the Uni- 0ur valuable time,
versity of North Carolina as professor of Hon't be afraid of frightening them with
mathematics, has impressed his students, at big subscription. They arc all men of
least, very favorably, and bids fair to be one nerve and will receive fifty dollars with the
of the most popular of our faculty. He has same equanimity that they will fifty cents,
written several text books on mathematics Jst u7 u Jlncl see- AnY of the following
and has an excellent record as an instructor, will take your money : J. H. Johnston, N. M.
It is no easy task to take Professor Little's Johnston, F. G. Hall, Everett, E. Haughton,
place, but from all appearances Professor A. 13, Lyons.
Davis will succeed in doing so. By the way, why don't some of our dra
matic stars and musical prodigies do somc-
Dr. Frankforter, the new lecturer in chem- thing for the cause? An entertainment of
istry, though new to most of our students, is any kind for the benefit of the foot ball team
by no means new to the University. He would be well attended. Any slight de
graduated in '86 and has since spent several fidelity on account of basty preparation
years in Germany. He took his Ph. D. woufd be easily forgiven. The writer, tor
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