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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1894)
A Vookly l'upor IhhiiuiI at tlio University of
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MlHS MAIITIIA HUI1K8,
Miss IIki.kn OiiKttoitv,
C. 15. ADAMS,
ClIAIU.KS A. IMM.lt.
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The, htiiior Annual has just boon is
sued and will 1c delivered to subscribers
in n few days. Mechanically it is the
neatest work ever issued at the Univer
sity or in the wcsl. The reading nmttci'
and illustrations are also fine. The edi
tors are to be congratulated upon the ex
cellence of their work. Credit is espec
ially due the business manager to whom
the financial success of the publication
is due. The Nkhkaskan wishes to
urge every student to subscribe liberally
for The Sombrero as it is a very worthy
enterprise and deserving of student pa
tronage. There seems to be an unusual interest
taken in base ball this spring. Hereto
fore it has been very difficult to get
enough students to practice for regular
positions. This season, however, the
diamond is crowded with enthusiasts for
base ball honors. This is as it should
be and the Nuiiraskan notes it with
delight. While athletics arc not essen
tial to the success of n University they
arc at least an important factor in that
particular. Wc hope the inter-class
and fr-uti-mil) games will continue.
There is nothing like base ball and foot
ball to work up college spirit and en
thusiasm; and as we have said many
times before this is something in which
the University is sadly deficient.
The University will this summer scud
its second party to Europe for a tour of
that country. Prof. J. T. I,ces, who,
year before last, piloted the first party
in such an admirable manner through
the most favored spots of the Old
World, will attempt the snme feat again
OTIS yea?. Li l-v made up last
year because of the presumption that
those able and ready to take an Euro
pean trip would" prefer to visit the
World's Fair. The World's Fair is now
a thing of the past, except in the minds
of those who visited it, and tourist trips
are again in order. The party that will
leave here early in June will be made up
of nine persons, six of whom are stu
dents here. These favored ones have a
splendid trip mapped out, and expect to
visit the following named renowned
cities, besides making quite extensive
tours of the countries in which they are
situated: London, Leamington, Paris,
Lucerne, Rome, Naples, Florence,
Venice, the Tyrol, Munich, Dresden,
Leipsic and Berlin. Mrs. Lees will go
with the party to Europe, accompanied
by Miss Mary Tremain and Mrs. Ilurl
but. The ladies will spend some lime
in England and Scotland and then pro
ceed to do up the continent as only
ladies can. Miss Tremain will probably
remain in Europe some time studying.
The succebs of the first party was
somewhat phenomenal. Many predic
tions were made that the calculated ex
pense would full far short of the mil
expense. The calculated expense, how
ever, proved to be correct in almost
every particular, and, if anything, over
estimated by a few cents the real output.
Prof. Lees plainly demonstrated that he
had a thorough knowledge of his under
taking, and opened the eyes of a great
many incredulous ones. This year the
members of the party start out knowing
they will realize to tne fullest extent
their expectations and that they will see
for a small sum of money what a great
many others, traveling as most tourists
believe they must travel, pay thousands
of dollars to see. To say the trip, tak
ing in the places mentioned above, could
be made for a trifle over three hundred
dollars, and ninety days be spent in this
profitable way, would be conclusive
proof to a novice that the person mak
ing such an assertion was a gross fabri.
cator. Those who were members of the
first party, however, are ready to make
affidavits to the fact that such a trip may
be taken without hesitation, and the
amount mentioned is none too small.
On account of the stringency in money
mutters the party wus made up very
slowly this year, and for a time it was
thought that it would not bo completed.
Now that it is assured, the fortuuute
mcuiHcrs start out envied by their more
unfortunate brethren, and the tales they
will tell when they return will not tend
to relieve that envy. A good feature of
the results of the trip this year is that
credit will be given the nicmbors next
fall for work done in connection with
There is no doubt that other trips will
be planned and arranged for the coming
summer vacations, and the success of
the first and the undoubted success of
this second one should put every student
on the aleit, so he may arrange his
finances in such a manner that he will
be able to go on one of these outings in
the near future The benefit derived
can only be estimated after the trip has
been taken, and then such benefit will
be found to outweigh many times the
pecuniary expenses of the journey.
Notice of Incorporation.
To Whom it may Concern
Noiice is hervby given of the incor
poration, by filing of articles therefor
m the Secretary of State's office, of the
state of Nebraska, of an association to
be known as "The Students' Co-operative
Hook Company of the University of
Nebraska," the principal plac of tran
sacting the business of which is to be at
Lincoln, in Lancaster county. Nebraska;
and the general nature of such business
will be to buy, st-11 and exchange text
books, apparatus and general student
The amount of capital stock author
i7ed is Kive Thousmid Dollars ($5,01)0),
twenty percent (2il) to be paid in cash
upon subscription; and said corporation
i to commence on the first day of June.
1N1M. and terminate at the expiration of
fiftv years fioin that dute.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation is at
any time to subject itself is Two Thou
sand Dollars (2.0 0).
The affairs of said corporation arc to
be conducted by a Hoard of not less than
three nor more than five directors, who
are required to choose from their own
number a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer.
H. K. Wuhki.uk,
II. C. Pakmai.UK,
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Teas, Coffees and Spices.
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And u Complete Stock of
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Rheumatism Kkln. lllood and Nui-vmih
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R, R. MOORR, President. R. R. I1ROWN, Vice President
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