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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1894)
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A Wcokly l'nper Imuiud at tlio University of
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A. F. Montmoiiknuy Kdltor-ln-Chlof
H. G. Wiutmoiik HhaIiichs Munnircr
fi. II. PiLHiivitY Mfoniry
Flint) IlAitNKrt. . Athletic
1. II. HATriKi.it I.nw
W. I.. Wkhikiimann Kxt'lmitKO
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J. W. HKAIIHON. I.OOH1
It is rather late for New
Years greetings, but as this is our
first opportunity, we wish you
the happiest of New Years and
"man)' of 'cm.'1
The mental process which can
make anything personal or in
sulting out of The Neiiraskan's
nc marks on the Hcsfcrian can
'be the result of nothing else than
a combination of over-sensitive
self-conceit and diseased imagination.
Some of the faculty are very
careless about talking in the
we have no football team to
worry over ?ud no base ball
scores to discuss, would be a
propitious time to discuss a
change. Tint Neuraskan solic
its an expression of student
opinion on the subject.
Some dissatisfaction was felt
as to the decision in the Chase &
Wheeler contest last Saturday
evening. As to the merits of
the question we have nothing to
say ; but to show that dissatisfac
tion by hissing was absolutely
1n"excuseable. It was insulting
alike to the winner of the con
test and to the judges. After
requesting a number of people
to act in such capacity it would
have been no more than right to
accept their decision in silence,
though it was contrary to the
expectations of nearly all. Hiss
ing is entirely out of place in an
assemblage of ladies and gentle
men. Its place, if it has one, is
in political meetings of a low
order. That last Saturday
showed lack of sense and good
breeding on the part of the
ofienders. It is to be hoped that
R. K. MOORE, President. E. K. DROWN, Vice President.
C. II. IMHOIW, Cnshler.
-jHUnion Savings BmkKt
hi South Tenth Street.
-wm INTEREST Paid on Savin ffs and Time Deposits,
Students Who Patronlzo -
Fisiieu & Wmfel The (jt?THIERS
Will Never Regret It
2136 O St.
They Sell Stylish Clothing at
library. They seem to forget
hat tho vnirt of n mnfissor
talking aloud makes as much in ll few more years the students
noise as a student's voice of the at larfie w,u leai'n 5l ,ew of tne
same vo'ume. and is equally dis-,n,les cf ordinary politeness, of
turbinir to those readme. The
library is supposed to exist for
the benefit of the students as
well as the faculty. A mutual
recognition oCrights would.be
which thev seem
now to be
There will be a meeting of the
senior class at 4 p. m. on Friday.
Business of importance tfc be
The eleventh animal Chase
and Wheeler Oratorical contest
.1. II. Wrlulit. F. n. Johnson. .1. II. MeCluy.
PiuhIiIoiiI. Vlp-Prwltlint. Cushler.
John A. Amos, Ahh'I Cash.
She : Columbia
LINCOLN, - - NEB.
First National Bank,
N.8. H Alt WOOD, Proshlont.
CIIAS. A. IIANNA, View President.
F. M. COOK. CHHhlor.
.1, S. FUEKMAN, AHs't Cuflhlors
N. H. Hurwood .1. h. Mui'Farlnnd
V. M. Clnrko T. M. Murquotto
Chns. II. Humin John II. Ames
John FU7Kvrll U. K. Mooro
DIHEOTOKS j., M, cK)k .1. Ij. Cnrson
A. S. Hiyinnnd. ClniH.Wual. TIiom. Cochrane, ! A. II Chirk
tTw COLUMBIAN BAKERY
1837 O STREET.
TTnESH gRESiD, (jjHKES HNb flES
PARTY CAKES A bPECIALTY.
Tho Only First-class Ealng House
In ho City.
$6 Ticket - - - $5.00
5 Ticket - - - 4.20
3 Ticket - - - 2.60
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
C. W. BRANDHORST, Prop. - 121 North Eleventh St.
Stiff Hats Made to Order from $2,60 to $4.00.
Win piiy T,00 for u lint when yon i-nn get ouc nmdo to Order thu
Hhupeot your head, luiystyie. for less money und Just n Rocd a
Hat? Why do you got n now J-tllT Hnt when j on can got your old
one inado us good ns now for (l.AV
Lincoln Stiff Hat Factory, IN So, .nth , St,
The proper place for feet in the
library is on the floor. The first
rung of a chair is permissable, of the Pallaciian society was held
but to see a man sitting on one on lst Saturday evening in the
chair with both feet resting on chapel before a large audience,
the seat of another is rather too Ralph P. Benedict, in opening,
much. It may be more comfort-, spoke on "Civilizations Greatest
able, but we have often to sacri- J Triumph," treating in a masterly
fice personal comfort to the god ' general way the rise and fall oi
of fashion. It is not considered i human slaver'. Miss Mary Ed-
au Juit to draw attention to your i wards followed with "The Indi
ROOKS, STATIONERY WALL PAPERS
pedal extremities by placing
them in an elevated position in
public. Preps and new students
'please take notice.
vidual in Government," outlined
clearly and forcibly the signifi
cance of individual endeavor in
practical political life. Miss
Grace Guy Thompson's "I wish
Dit , .. . , viiuv.t vjuy x iiuuiiiauii a 1 wish
uring the dull season ol ' j y ; g . . B f ,
Mrtirs. ntlilotir 'ifThiro clmnUI J
athletics, athletic affairs should
captivated the audience with its
nnt hi intiiflr lrct curlit nt TKn
:.... u .i c ,. a ',.,..... i humorous hits and allusions, and
. ,. . .. . abounded in excellent witty col-
lege reminiscences. Mr. L. C.
Smith then spoke on "Manli
ness," contrasting at length
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great parliamentarian to under- . J.a , . T .. ,T .
. , V rp, . , , typified by Leonidas and Luther,
stand it. The wisdom of our ,V. ,, . ' , . , .
,i,i- ..m: o..,: au. Miss Myrtle Wheeler, in closing
association are in a rather cha
otic state. The constitution has '
Taeen amended and re-amended I
until it requires the skill of a i
whole athletic system is doubt
ful. It would be decidedly in
spoke on "The Proper Educa
tion of Women," setting forth
order to consider the feasabihty , , , . , ,
, , . , .... c u . : clearly and concisely the ennobl-
and advisability of altering it. . . n - J.
c c . , A , ing influence of a truly educated
Some system of semi-graduate ,. . . J
, i . , . women. The judges awarded
rnntrnl mifht rpmnvp n errant J
control might remove a great
deal of the present political
foolishness, which hinders al
most everv athletic movement.
This season of the year, when J orators
the first prize to Mr. Smith,
second to Mr. Benedict. After
the contest a reception was given
in raunclian hall to the winning
Window Slmdes mid Mouldings, Artists' and Photographers'
Materials, Drawing Instruments and Supplies.
A. T. LEMING & CO., 1108 0 St., 118 N. 11th St.
PANTS TO ORDER
$4, $5 TO $10.
LaiKost llnoof WoolenH In tho mate.
Lincoln Pants Co.
1223 O STREET.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D.
Oillce, No. li:M L Street, Ground Floor.
Houre, 7 toO u. in.; 1 to 3, nndTtoK p. in
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 1045 O St.
We earnestly Invite alt Stu
dents to visit our store before
making any purchases In the
line of Dry Goods, Cloaks,
Ladies' Furnishing Goods and
Men's Furnishing Goods. Our
stocks are especially attractive.
We refer new students to any of
the profossorsor any old stu
dent In the University as to
our manner of doing business.
MILLER & PAINE.
133 to 135 South Eleventh St.
SHIRTS I SHIRTS I
MumifautureH hl vn Shir 8. Tlioy lit tho
form und pleiisu the tj'
A Full Link of . . .
Men's Furnishing Goods
HATS, CAPS, ETC. -
Our shirts ko direct from the tnitnufncturer
to tho consumer. No middlemen' profits.
Ten p r cent discount to students.
939 0 Street, Basement State National
Hutchins & Hyatt
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
All Ms of COAL & WOOD on Hand
I0O4 O St. Telephone 225.
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