The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, October 12, 1894, Image 3
1 ..... . . aMM Mifc MBB awwww TWWMPllHEt iiw W'ai"-ji?sf ,. v-T!VV!fM(5(s ' 't8 tig! ('.: .WIMw, "'.' " - , -raf-v-. '" ' ',. ." I " -K- BBSS ' ', LOCAL Tablets at Hawkos' Pharmacy. Hawkos' Pharmacy, Mill and O. Buy your medicines of Hawkos. Drink soda-wator at Hawkos' Pharmacy. Tho iinost soda-wator at Hawkos' Pharmacy. Tho first Sonior orations aro duo Novombor Oth. ' .Day board, $2.50 por wook, at 427 north 10th st. No, Miss , "homino" is not pronounced "hominy." Borl Whcolor '01, spent Sunday with friends in tho city. Thoro aro now 30 1 puj usonrollcd in tho botany department. Ewing Clothing Co. has tho best Drill gloves at 10 cents per pair. For '07 class pins call at E. Fleming's, tho jeweler, 1224. O st. II. G. Barber hasjgono to St. Joe to attend tho entomological conven tion. Galin L. Tail, a former student, visited with ooljearo friends last week. Miss Manloy has been engaged as assistant in tho English depart ment. Students who patronize Paine, Warfel & Bumstcad will never re gret it. Mead's news stand is tho stu donts' headquarters for news, ci gars, etc. Tho Capital Hotel harbor shop has reduced tho price of shaving to ton conts. John L Marshal, '03 is attending tho Chicago Theological Seminary this year. Miss Holcn Wells is slowly re covering from a severe attack of typhoid fever. Tho latest styles in Hats and Neckwear havo just arrived at tho Ewing Clothing Co. Miss Dora Harloy and Miss Ada Heaton spent last week at tho ex position in St. Louis. Tho class in psychology is at present trying to master the in tricacies of tho brain. There aro two divisions of the class in forgo work, and in both every forgo is occupied. Miller & Paino havo now settled in their now store whoro they aro now prepared for business. Billgreen has kindly requested that hereafter his name be proporly written upon his Nebraskan. Balaam Holvaticum is tho latest epithet applied by the first prop to that famous beginners' Latin book. Rov. Barlow is taking French, also chemistry, and a few other studies in the Nebraska University. Cornell: "There wore two fol lows down horo one wore a light colored hat and tho other was a girl " Frank Hadloy returned from Ames last Monday, having finished his work as sugar boot analyzer at that place. It scorns natural to seo tho beam ing countenance of Frank Fisher '04- around tho univorsity again does'nt it? "Billy" Wilson, tho old stand by on tho 'varsity olevon, returned Saturday. Ho will enter tho Law school this year. Says tho first freshio "Wo'ro going to got credit for drill now," and tho junior roplied "Well that's what wo'ro horo for to goto redit. ' ' W. R. Hatters This suit ho bought it at - AND IT WAS RIGHT. - Invitations are out for tho wed ding of Miss Nellie Cochran, '01-, and Mr. Frank Woods, '00, at tho St. Paul's M. E. church, October 10th. Will Wilson wanted a "rubbor" triangle in tho chom. lab. Tho ideal A man who has studied chem istry for fivo years not to know better than that. Fou Salic. A set of Encyclope dia Britanica, ninth edition, with American additions and rovisions, at a greatly reduced prico, either cash or on time. Addreso Nk dhaskan oflico,S. E,cornor of Uni versity hall. Oskoy says, that tho work of a second prop is worse than eating tarantelars, but is willing to bet five dollars with anyono that ho will graduate in '00 and no less. Tho name of E. II. Houghton, who attained tho honor of being ap pointed first lieutenant of Com pany "D," was omitted in tho rush of getting out tho last issue of tho Nebraskan. " It is really pitiful, " says a son ior, ' ' to seo thoso props and f resh mon trying tonavigato up that triple plank walk, but wait till they vo been horo a year or two and they will get on to it. ' ' A zoology student complains that tlio Museum has all been crowded up in the third story so that tho main part may bo used as a geological store-room. Uoni ment is unnecessary. Professor Sherman says it is bet ter only to feel tho influonco of a higher ideal than it is to gain a lower one, therefore, everyone should try to get on the football team and glee club. Tho members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon escorted their distinguished member, Hon. Win. MoKinloy, to Omaha Thursday evening, where they gavo him an informal recep tion at the Millard. At a certain boarding club: Mr. B. So you've come back horo to eat again? Mr. A. Yes, stayed away till I got avoII, then thought I'd come back and try it again. There aro a few important changes in tho organization of tho battalion, for instance, we have a now corps of captains, lieutenants, sergeants, and corporals, besides numerous additions to our privates' ranks. "Shorty" Lehnhoff is no longer tho longest man in tho battalion and Burgott of Nebraska city, is tho shortest. Thoro avus some ri valry at first botwoon Ilomeo and Burgett for tho tail end, but tho commandant impartially gavo tho position to "Stub." Misses Ferguson and Evans of St. Louis, have opened a dancing school in tho Lansing dancing hall for la dies, gontlomon, misses and masters. These ladies come highly roccom monded by Mr. Jacob Mohlor of St. Louis, and havo taught for tlneo years in Missouri State Univorsity, Columbia Univorsity, Missouri Military Academy, at Mexico, Mo. ; also in Galveston, Tex. They make a specialty of tho waltz, also solo fancy dances for childron. Class hours: Childron: Mondays, Thurs days, and Saturdays, afternoons at 4:30; Adults: Mondays, Thurs days, and Fridays, at 8:00 p.m., For further information, call or address, Lansing Dancing Hall, third lloor Lansing Theatro build ing. DENNIS Should bo your and Furnishers All the latest styles and best qualities. 1137 O Street, under Funke Opera House. D 0. Hall has left school for Work in Kapid City. Miss Jones spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friouds in Beatrice Mr. Stuhl, ono of our former students, is principal this year of the Bancroft public schools. Tho now quartors of tho Y. M. C. A., in tho conservatory of music building aro ready for occupancy. Tho sonior oration announce ments havo tho words "to bo de livered boforo tho class" crossed out. For rent: Steam heated rooms at 425 north 1 Oth street. Como and look at our place boforo locating. Tho Albion. Go to Mrs. Gospor's, 1114 O st. to look at millinory and at tho samo timo havo your hair dressed in latest stylo. Professor Edgrcn gavo his sec ond year class a short lecture on tho authors whoso works thoy will read this year. Dr. M. H. Everett has presented to tho museum a skeleton of a coy ote. It is tho only specimen of the kind in tho museum. St. Paul's gavo a reception to students in tho church parlors Tuesday ovening. Printed invita tions wero sont to the students. Miss Solma Woldon who at tended school horc last year is now attending a ladies' academy in Lib erty Mo., whore her homo is now. Mr. Hardy, business manager of the Hesperian has returned to his homo in the east. Mr. Graham takes his place on the Hesperian. Some sneak thief has been steal ing money from the clothes of the boys, while they were playing foot ball. Some means should bo used to guard the locker rooms more thoroughly. Hemming is a new man from Arlington who was out practicing with the boys on tho football field last night. His weight is 100 pounds. Ho is quick and active and will probably secure tho posi tion of guard on tho team. (Jury is out working hard and no one will bo surprised if ho gets the po sition of loft half. Tho "Varsity Rifles" met in the armory Tuesday night for tho sec ond timo in their existence, but nothing was done except to decide on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m., as tho proper time to meet. Owing to some misunderstanding the Chancellor had given tho drill hall to the Glee Club examination so thoro was no drill. On Thursday night, however, tho company will meet for drill and work will be commenced at once. The number of students who will attend the Univorsity this year is not yet completed. Nearly every day ono or two new students ar rive. Certainly the draymen, Avho aro kept busy hauling students' baggago do not suffer from the hard times. Ono drayman was heard to remark that ho could al ways toll a student's trunk when ho lifted it, as tho books which it contained generally weighed more for the amount of space they occu pied than a ay thing else. The prospect for a successful year for tho art dopartmont is very encouraging. Tho dopartmont has more than twice as many students as ever before, all of whom aro taking extraordinary interest in tho work. Beginners aro required to make more preparation in draw ing than over boforo. Some of tho important additions for this year aro china painting and tho organi zation of a skotch club, which can bo ontored frco of charge by all. Tho director, Miss Parkor, is highly pleased with tho way tho work is beginning. & CO. The University Conservatory of Mustt Is ready to receive pupils of any degree of advancement, In all Branches of Music. With a full corps of instructors and tho advantages ex- 3 tended by the University, it is cal education not equaled elsewhere in the West, and far su perior to the training which it is possible to obtain from private instruction. Students aro cordially invited to visit the new building, and inform themselves of all the privileges offered. For further information apply to Willard Kimball, Director. We do not Offer. To give students or & discounts, but sell to invite you to our and think we can U. 0. DAWKS, I'rcHldent. COAL MERCHANTS, Coal dollverod to Htudonta tn any quuntlt.7 tlcHlrod. Battalion Notes. Hereafter, tho lieutenant's or derly hour will bo from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. All cadets wishing to intcrviow him will find him there at that hour. By a recent rule of .the Faculty, drill eounts one-fifth coarse each year, and tho catalogue will read: Drill, men, 3-."). Hygiene, floor work, young women, 2-5. All cadets must wear white gloves hereafter. Tho now men arc boing measured for drill suits this week. Thoro must bo no roll calls after this. Tho first sergeants will havo to hustle. Company UB" had its share of appointments, ninteon mon boing promoted from that company. Tho skotching club met in the art studio last Saturday evening for tho first timo this term. Thoro was a good attendance and great interest was taken in tho work. 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