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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1894)
90, 3 travelling In
W. S. McLmcas spet Sunday nt home
Pred Gund, '93, visited the University
for Field Day.
Mr. MeMullen returned from Indiana
polis last Saturday.
II. A. Wise, the llairculter, f.i Thir
tccnth nnd O streets.
E. P. Urown, '92 of Grant, Nvi, is in
the city for n few days.
The indoor Field Day exercises have
been postponed a. week.
Witch for our specialties in the soda
time! At Pryc & Co. '8.
Mr. Jarcd Smith, graduate of the Uni
vcrsity, has gone to Australia.
The Sigma Alpha Kpsilon initiat
ed Mr. Marine a few weeks ago.
An addition to the Manual Training
building is being made,
Pryc & Co. sell perfumes. Go to Prye
& Co. for a cold drink of soda.
The battalion is busy practising for the
competitive drill, which takes place
sonic time soon.
An excellent musicale was giv
the Union society Friday evening.
Citv laundries think the practice
inarches of the battalion arc good things.
The annual competitive drills will be
held on the 26th, probably at the ball
Examinations have been posted. Now
we begin to realize that commencement
Flower planting is in season thia week
and already the flower beds look very
The new shapes in Fedora and Stiff
Hats have arrived at the Ewing Clothing
Students wishing employment for the
summer should call on A. H. Gleason,
I234 O street.
G. L. Tait and L. A. Chapin of Omaha
spent Saturday and Sunday renewing old
Take your prescriptions to Frye &
Co.'s pharmacy. A frebh stock of drugs
always on hand.
It is observed that the latest style in
base ball suits is dress coats and long
trousers of the sai or cut.
Instecd of the regular drill last Mon
day the battalion had a practice march
to East Lincoln cud back.
Just arrived, today, the Late Nobby
Shapes in Neckwear. New patterns.
Ewing Clothing Company.
Artillery detachments from each com
pany are drilling from 7 to 8 p. m. this
week, preparing for competitive drill.
The Delian Oratorical, contest occurs
next Saturday. The orators arc Messrs.
Countryman, Flippin, Culver and Gra
ham. The Moody Quartette will sing at the
joint meeting of the two Christian asso
ciations in chapel next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
The Alcazar Shoe Store is making it
an object for Students to trade with
them. New aud Stylish Goods Cheap.
1406 O street.
The centre of attraction just now in
Main Hall just now is the schedule of
final examinations, and "Conflict" is a
Several windows have been broken
lately by youthful ball players who nre
fer playing in the shade to playing on
the ball ground.
If you are looking for a new suit of
Clothes and want Style, Quality and
something Reliab'e, go to the Ewing
The Chemical department has lately
added to its library about fifty volumes
of "Annalen der Cheraie," including
tbe numbers from 1832 to the present.
The "crack" artillery detachment are
doing excellent work under the lieuten
ant's instructions, and will doubtless
show up well at inspection.
Now the festive Freshman who drills
stands up very straight and walks very
stiff in the bresence of the lieutenant.
He is looking for corporal's chevronts
A request was made to the battalion
Wednesday by Lieut. Pershing that the
Cadets do not wear tan shoes. He also
apologized for wearing a pair of the
same that evening.
Why is it that Fred C. Clements'
name is substituted for F. F. Tucker's
on the Senior promenade committee?
Doesn't Tucker dance; or has Clements
just learned how and only recently uble
to act in that body?
A part of the Glee Club were out sere
nading Tuesday evening, and reported
The social "at Hie Episcopal church,
Wednesday evening, was well represent
ed by University people.
Prof, P. to Prep at the cast door of
main building Is the Cadets gone
Prep. They is.
Miss Georgia Cuce, n former student,
who Is now liviiij; , Endicott, Neb.,
visited the Uuursiy last week Miss
Case expects to ou in school next year.
Miss Mable Lindly was elected by hei
chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma as del
egate to the convention of the fraternity
which meets in Ithaca, N. Y., the last
Week in August.
Ray Welch, who represented the Ne
braska chapter of Phi Delta Theta at the
convention of this fraternity held at
Indianapolis from May 3 to May 7, re
turned last Saturday.
Last Saturday about half the battalion
went out on north hill for skirmish drill
which lasted about an hour. The com
innn1ant oprsd himself as very well
pleased with the drill.
The postponed Freshman picnic will
be held next Tuesday p. in. at Lincoln
Park. The car will leave Tenth and O
at 4 p. m. Supper will be taken along
and a good time is anticipated.
The Seniors are preparing a German
play for class day. "Eugumee" has
been chosen. Those who take part are:
Messrs. W. Westeruiau, II. Ricketts,
, Misses Hammond, Faulkner.
Tennis Tournament commenced"Ved
nesday, May 16. Kimball Pancoast,
Hussey, Shede, Bclden, Westerman,
Owens, White, Calvin, Foght, Hoagland,
Lyons, Moody, Skinner, Barr and Sax
ton lined up in the contest.
Harvey W. Robinson was Initiated
Saturday night by Heta Theta Pi. After
which a spread was enjoyed by the
members of the fraternity. Several
young ladj- friends of the chapter sent
their congratulations in shape of cakes
The Signin Alpha Epsilon entertained
their friends at a delightful dance in
Temple hall Friday evening, May nth.
The dainty program, the lively music
and the hospitality of the S. A. E. boys
made the party a memorable one for
First Student Have you heard the
Second Student No.
F. S. Maggie Murphy's Baby Carriage.
S. S. How does it go? !
F. S. Push it.
A new class organization of the medi
cal students of the U. of N. bus been
recently perfected aud the officers elect
ed for the present semester are as fol
lows: Fre-ident, J. R. Roue; vice presi
dent, Miss Carr; treasurer, Miss Anna
Fossler; secretary, Mr. H. W. Orr, class
historian, Miss Horn; sergeant-at-anns,
Mr. Ira. 1 he class has taken a good
start and bids fare for a prosperous
A party of students consisting of
Misses Helen and Nellie Lau and Anna
and Grace Broady, Martha Burks, Nellie
Griggs, Nellie Nance, Althea Roberts,
and Messrs. Pillsbury, Lewis, Tillson,
Ricketts, Wheeler and Avery, Ralph and
Corwin Haggard, went on a picnic
Saturday afternoon. The party started
early in the afternoon and returned
about eight o'clock All report a
splendid good time. The picnic was
given under the auspcies of the M I. C.
C. A. society.
Mrs. Rachel Lloyd left Sunday for
Chicago where she will make her home
in the future. Dr. Lloyd is one of the
few professors who has the gift of always
seeming to take a personal interest in
each one of the pupils and 111 conse
quence there is not a student who
has had work in the Chemical depart
ment who will not feel a sense of loss at
Mrs. Lloyd's departure. In the long
time she has been connected with the
University Mrs. Lloyd has done a won
derful work in building up the Chemical
The Juniors have challenged the
Seniors to meet them on the base ball
arena next Thursday, the tilth. Each
man will come provided with a pair of
sole-leather gloves, a mask, and all
necessary bodily protection. A corps of
physicians will be on the ground, and
three umpires will settle all disputes.
The Juniors propose to demonstrate to
the Seniors ns well as the assembled
multitude of admiring lower-classmen,
that the ability of the afore mentioned
venerable Seniors is better adapted for
the solution of Browning or Marshall's
Theory of Value than for Junior curves.
The Moody Male Quartette, composed
of Princeton, Oberlin and Williams
men will give two concerts in the city on
May 25th and 2(!th, at the First Congre
gational and the Plymouth Congrega
tional churches. This Quartette is with
out a superior in the country, and its
leader is a humorist and impersonator of
very rare ability. This Quartette sang
with Mr. Moody nt Chicago during his
entire World's Fair campaign. These
concerts will be given under the per
sonal direction of Mr. F. T. Pierson, the
evangelist, with whom thev will work
during the summer, and Mrs. Pierson
will act as accouipanvist Tickets mnv
be obtained of Mr. R. P. Teale at stu
The surprise promised to friends of the
Browning Club materialized last Friday
night, May iSlh, in the form of a charm
ing party at Miss Bain's, 1829 M street.
Mi; Hnin was assisted by Miss Mary
Edwards. The menus were decorated in
scarlet and cream, the lights veiled with
red shades. The principal feature of the
evening was a number of tableaux from
Bowning. Mr. I. M. Bently as Djabal,
Miss Nellie Pascoe as Anael. Mr. H. L.
Kimball as Sir I.oys Atr E. Gerrard as
Khalil gavescences from the "Return of
Druses." "The Laboratory" was given
by MissSewell assisted by Mr.Gerrard as
the chemist. The Toccota of Galuppi
was recited by Miss Faulkner who play
ed a Nocturne of Chop'u as the best ob
tainable music reprc. .-ntiug it. Dainty
refreshments were Served. About fifty
guests were present and all spoke of the
entertainment as an unqualified success.
Much credit isdue to Mrs. Manning who
assisted in the tableaux.
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