The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, October 22, 1893, Page 23, Image 12

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university. The two teams meet on the 21st
and judging from indications it will he a
game for rich, red gore.
Paul Pizey of '93 is in the law school.
Visiting Minister: "Can you count, little
An exchange says, "All college sports at S?'rl?"
Kentucky university arc now forbidden. The banjo and mandolin club is practicing
This action on the part of the faculty was regularly.
taken because of gambling at the games." Lieutenant, in tactic class, "Mr. C, define
Then the Kentucky colonel had no grounds a quickstep."
for his lamentation, who is said to have be- Thc Union Hoys debating club has started
wailed the fact that a gentleman's son could ts meetings aain.
not get a finished education at our colleges Thc chancellor gave a faculty reception
any more-they clidn't even teach thc nidi- on Frid the lwenticth.
ments of draw poker. .
Chancellor Canheld received the degree
ol L.L. D. while at Williams.
F. J. Rockhold renewed old recollections
amonir the students last week.
The students of thc University of North
Carolina edit a monthlv magazine of which
we have the October number. Although the
NniiASKAX does not wish to be considered a
" moss-back," it seems that aTiterary maga-
Dr. Frankfoster lectured on Germany for
the Palladians on Friday evening.
C. Z. Tallmadge, business manager of the
zinc is not a true college publication. Only cscrian js sick at njs home with typhoid
a tew 01 tne largest colleges in me country feve,
can furnish the ability to edit a good maga
zine, and the number of those which can fur
nish thc proper material is still less. The
student has little time to spend in reading
literary articles by his own comrades arti
cles which are necessarilv somewhat crude
and sophomoric when there is much to be
read that is valuable. Undoubtedly the con
tributors to these magazines get valuable
Fred Barnes, who was down with moun
tain fever three or four weeks, is back in
Precocious Omaha Infant: "Oh yes, 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, jack, queen, king." Min
ister faints.
Mr. C, "A quickstep is a step of thirty
inches taken at the rate of one hundred and
practice in journalism, but thev can be of lit- twenty to the mile."
tie use to the student. Thc true college pa- Sigma Alpha Epsiton brought out two
per deals with events of local and general new men last Monday, Mr. Arthur Ryan
interest in college life. Its mission is to keep and Mr. A. S. Whyte.
the students in touch with his fellow students The freshmen-sophomore reception took
and the college. However, this number of place at the Conservatory of Music on the
the magazine contains some good articles, evening of Friday the 20th.
The first is a long and rather heavy disserta- Larrabee, Iowa's football captain last year,
tion on "Ancient Greek Tragedy and the has watched the practice several evenings.
Modern Elizabethan Drama." The second He is studying law in tin's city.
is a short love story, rather crude in design Lieutenants Johnston and Babock have
and containing many expressions which decided to forego military honors and have
would bear polishing, but worth reading. On resigned their places in the battalion.
the whole we think that a college magazine The battalion registration has reached over
is a sort of trv-it-on-the-dog scheme, and not three hundred and twenty. Over 300 will
the genuine brand of a college paper. drill when all are excused who can be.