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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1893)
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I, H. IMi.HjmuY Literary
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Groat dillicullv is found in
getting any number of students
out for class meetings or meet
ings ol any kind in which there
is not a fight on hand. The plea
is generally made that the meet
ing was not known of. The
abolishment of chapel notices is
largely responsible for this. The
average student is too lazy or
too busy to read the bulletin
boards. When notices were
given out in chapel they couldn't
help hearing them and could not
plead ignorance as an excuse for
absence. Since the "powers
that be" have decided against
the old custom we must do the
best we can. It is the desire of
the NiniRASKAN to help to rem
edy this fault. We wish to pub
lish each week as complete a
calendar as possible of the
coming week. Class and society
presidents will confer a great
favor on us and we think help
the attendance at meetings, jf
they will sec that Mr. Obcrlics of
the local stall' gets a copy of
Miss Bertha Law, '95, has
been compelled to leave school
on account of ill health.
a dhkimtion. Coming to a
bad end. A football player,
when he tries toget past Wiggins.
The special program prepared
by the Delian boys will be ren
dered in chapel on Friday even
ing, December 15.
Mr. Newcomer, a student of
Cotner University, and brother
of Professor Newcomer, form
erly of that institution, died at
Bethany Heights, after a short
The second in the series of
joint debates between the U. B.
D. C. and the Maxwell club of
the Law School, will occur as formerly. Another joint de
immediately after the holiday 1 bate has been arranged with the
vacation. Qiiestion : Resolved, 'Union Boys' Debating club,
that the American system of, which is intended to much sur
government should be replaced 1 pass tbe first in interest, as we
by the English system." The .understand it is to be open for
Maxwell club, represented by
Kenyon and Dillon, champions
the affirmative. Baker and Mc
Guftey will represent the Union
boys in the negative, Co-eds
The election of captain for
next year took place yesterday
evening at 4 :3c Dern was
elected by a vote of 9 to 7 against
A valuable addition has been
made to, the library by the pur
chase at a very low price of
eleven volumes of the war num
bers of Harper's Weekly.
Miss Ida H. Hager of '99,
died at St. Francis hospital on
the 10th of last month. Her I
parcnta arrived from Blooming-1
ton in time to be with, her at the j
The recent prevalent transfers !
in hat ownerships lead us to call
the attention of students to
the pithy and appropriate injunc-
Hon in the Y. M. C. A. hand
book : "Never take anybody's
hat but your own."
The tennis tournament has
been stopped on account of the
snow. But two more matches
had to be played. Moody and
Skinner were to play semi-final
and the winner with Prof. Ward
in the final match.
The enterprising Palladian
girls have organized a Reading
Circle, which meets every Fri
day evening at 5 o'clock. The
hour is passed in reading stand
ard authors, and by way of
variation, a debate is frequentl1
Great preparations are being
made lor the celebration of
Charter Day. Professor How
ard will deliver the address.
The celebration will extend over
three days and include recep
tions, student exercises at the
opera house and departmental
The adherents of the Ne
braska and Iowa football teams
certainly deserve credit for
gentlemanly behavior during
their short stay in Omaha.
They are doing much to redeem
the student fraternity from the
disrepute into which it has been
dragged. Omaha Bcc.
At a recent special meeting of
the Maxwell club a revised con
stitution was adopted, and sev
eral new departures taken. The
club will now meet on Monday
night instead of Saturday night,
the attendance of both sexes.
The question for discussion will
be the comparative merits of the
English responsible ministry vs.
the American form of govern
R. E. MOORK, President.
BUNION SMINGS JkNKK-
in South Tenth Street.
Studonts Who Patronize
PlSIIMl & Wmfel
Will Never Regret It
2136 O St.
IV YOU WANT A
go to C. EHLERS'
116 South Eleventh St.
Repairing also uvntly done. A Special
Discount to University Students.
The New COLUMBIAN BAKERY :
1337 O STREET.
ery Day -&
C. W. BRANDHORST, Prop.
SUIT Hats Made to Order from
Why pay rt,(X) for n lint when you unu trot one nuido to Order tlio
Bhapoot your head, any ntyie, for lees money and Just uh jrood h
Hat? Why do you tret a ncwMlir lint when j on can rci your old
0110 made as good at new for ll.!W
Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory, 1M So. 11th St
T star smoeTstoie:
THOS. FICKES, Proprietor.
1221 0 STREET- wm G,ve a Special Discount to
Students of the Unlveralty.
Window Shades nnd Mouldings, Artists' and Photographers'
Materials, Drawing Instruments and Supplies.
'A. T. LEMING & CO., 1106 0 St., 118 H. 11th St,
PANTS TO ORDER
$4, $5 TO $10.
Largest lino of Woolens In the Mate.
Lincoln Pants Co.
1223 O STREET.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D.
Olllce, No. li:i-l L Street, Ground Floor.
Hours, 7 lo 0 a.m.; 1 to 3, and 7 to 8 . 111
YOU can have the DAILY
WORLD-HERALD delivered at
your room for 15 cents per week, seven
days in the week. DROP A POSTAL
or leave your order at I04R O St.
E. E. BROWN, Vice President.
C. H. IMIIOIW, Cashier.
on Savings and Time Deposits.
They Sell Stylish Clothing at
First National Bank,
N. S. HAHWOOI). President
CIIAS. A. MANNA, Vlcu President.
K. M.COOK. CiiHlilnr.
.1, S. FUKKMAN, AxH't Cimlilurri
N. H. llarwood .T, n. Miu'Fmiuml
w. M. clarku T. M. Maniuetto
Chan. II. Ilauua .lolm II, Amen
.lolin KltKorulil H. K. Mooro
I) W. Cook UT. Horim
K M, Cook .1. L. Ciimm
A. II Clark
PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY.
The Only First-class Eating House
In tho City.
$6 Ticket - - - $5.00
6 Ticket - - - 4,20
3 Ticket - - - 2.60
AT ALL HOURS-
- 121 North Eleventh S
$2,00 to $4.00.
Cigars f$P Tobacco.
SHIRTS I SHIRTS I
ManiifaetiireN li!n 1 w Shlris. They tit tho
form and please the eye.
A Full iink of . . .
HATS, CAPS, ETC.
Our BhlrtSKO direct from tho manufacturer
to tho consumer. No middlemen's profits.
Ton pi r cent discount to studonts.,
039 O Street, Basement State National
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