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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1894)
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" " month 10
Aildnwn till Communication lo Tiik Nkiiiubkan,
UnivorHlty of Nubrnxku.
Tiik Niciihahkan will bo touml on Halo at tho
following iiowh ntnnda:
L. I.. Monti. 118 Hontli Kloventh Strool,
Vrnnk UnTlol, 10'JO 0 tnot.
AIMon Cure, -HIS North Tunth Htreot.
KdooiiK. Won O Street.
Tho last clmnco lo seo a foot ball
camo on tho homo grounds this
bo givon to tho publio
tomorrow at ii o'clock, and ovory
ono is urged to bo prosont with tho
largest sized tin horn obtainablo
and a brass lined yolling apparatus.
It is to bo regretted that at least
ono of tho intor-stalo games was
not scheduled to bo played at homo,
yot tho outlook was so dark at tho
beginning of tho season, that this
scorned very favorablo for tho fi
nances of tho association. Sinco
tho exhibition of foot ball playing
given last Saturday, opinion has
changed somewhat, as ovorywhoro
tho regret is heard, that only one
more game is to bo played here.
There is no doubt, but that favor
ablo weather will bring out 2,000
people to tho game Saturday, if it
is properly advertised about town.
The team has aroused tho interest
of ovory Lincoln citizen, sinco it
has been demonstrated, that in
spite of being financially handi--capped,
it will bo able to make an
interesting light for tho pennant.
Tho boys aro certainly to bo con
gratulated upon the line showing
they have made.
As is well known the association
wont deeply into the "hole" last
year. Tho proceeds of tomorrow's
game aro to bo used in filling up
tho said hole, so if you expect to
spend a half dollar between now
and some future date, don't medi
tate long over the fact, but join tho
crowd that will wond its way to the
M street park tomorrow, and get
moro keen enjoyment than you
have yet experienced in two hours
The chancellor's bulletin of
Wednesday morning, respecting
tho holding of political rallios in
tho university should be noted
carefully by every member of
these organizations. There is no
objection to the formation of these
clubs. Thoy should be encouraged
but their membership should be
confined wholly to students. When
the privilege is given to hold meet
ings in univoisity rooms, they aro
not to bo thrown open to the public.
Thoy must bo reserved strictly for
tho use of studonts. By advertis
ing "public invited" the officers of
these clubs, violate tho privileges
so courteously bestowed.
Suppose all studonts try, say for
ono week, tho effect of entering tho
chapel quietly and listening to tho
music, rather than trying to drown
tho music with talkiner. Or if this
is too hard, try keeping the voice
within a whisper. Suppose, now.
Now suppose again, if you aro ono
of tho first ones to enter, that in
stead of sitting on tho seat next tho
aisle, you select a middle seat. This
will causo less inconvenience to
those who como in later.
If our toam wins tho ponnant
this year it will bo undor groat
diilioultios, chiof among thorn is tho
way thoy aro treated in regard to
togothor in a largo muss and a gen
oral soramblo takes place ovory
day for suits, and it is ofton tho
case that tho first cloven follows
cannot como out on account of
having no suit. Tho looker aro
taken for other purposes, tho bath
rooms for other purposes, whilo
the foot ball boys work like dogs
to maintain tho honor of tho
school without a particle of en
couragement from any source.
It is understood that immediately
after tho legislators have been
oloctcd, tho campaign connnittco is
to seize thorn violently, and load
thorn to tho cast door of tho Uni
versity hall, via tho triple plank
walk. It is thought that this will
bo a sufficient argument to convince
tho most closo listed legislator of
tho need of this institution for an
Tho local onrollinont at present
Judgo ltccso, dean of tho uni
versity law collogo, is making a
determined offort to establish a
post graduato courso of study in
tho law department. Heretofore
tho post graduato courso has ex
isted only on paper. If tho dean
succeeds in his uiKlortnlriii" it will
bo indisputable ovidonco that tho
university law collogo will soon bo
ablo to maintain tho high standing
which it should among tho law
schools of tho country. Wonders
cannot bo accomplished in a day or
even m a year, but with tho pro
gress already mado to encourage
them, ovoryone has good reason to
bo sanguine for the future.
The Maxwell Ciub, holding its
meetings every Saturday night, has
started in this year somewhat later
than tho other debating clubs of
tho university on account of the
law collogo opening a week or so
later. Nevertheless they havo a
splendid attendance both from
juniors and soniors. Tho gratify
ing prospect of a year of fruitful
work makes everyone full of en
thusiasm and read' to work. The
Maxwell club is distinctly the de
bating society of the university;
not only because it has among its
members some of the ablest dc-
oaiors or uio scnooi, oui occauso
its members aro all students whoso
lives aro intended to be spent as
lawyers, and as such will make de
bating largely their future busi
ness. Tennis Club Re-organizes.
The Tennis association, has been
holding several meetings lately,
and the re-organization of tho club
has been begun. Hereafter, any
ono playing on the university ten
nis courts may bo called upon to
show his receipt for membership,
and if ho can not do it ho will be
politely requested to cease firing.
At a meeting of the executive
committee last week, it was decided
to repair the courts, by having a
clay surface put on them. Now
nets will bo purchased and othor
improvements made. No one is
considered a member avIio has not
yet paid the initiation fee of fifty
cents and the assessment or ono
dollar. At this time, the enroll
ment is very small but it is thought
that tho near future will witness a
movement among tho enthusiasts
which will result in an overflowing
Good ILecturers to Speak.
Tho special lecture course which
was made a feature last year by the
Chancellor is to bo continued this
term. Chancellor McDowell of
the University of Denver is tho
first ono booked to address the stu
donts. He will bo with us Oct.
2nd, ono week from today. On
tho 20th of November, Major Elija
Halford will address tho law stu
donts, hiking for his subject, tho
Behring Sea Commission. Tho
major was a member of this body,
which fact will mako his talk tho
Omaha and Ashland Scrap.
Tho Ashland-Omaha high sohool
foot ball game, scheduled to bo
played last Saturday at Omaha has
boon declared off, owing to tho ro
fusal of tho latter to play against
blaoksmiths, merchants, ct a. Jt
scorns that tho Ashland team wanted
to play three men, who, it was
alleged, were simply posting at tho
Ashland high school. Tho high
school championship pi 'ically
hinges upon a game botwe. a these
two teams, and both aro disputing
every point. Frank Crawford has
been coaching the Omaha boys and
declares their ability to beat Ash
land or any othor high school team.
The trouble between tho two teams
may yet bo settled and the game
como oil', which will bo more than
No Cane Rush for '98.
Tho class of 'IKS mot last Fri
day to decide some important busi
ness. The matter of challenging
tho Sophs, to a cano rush, which
was laid on the table at the last
meeting, was again brought up by
a few pugnaciously inclined indi
viduals, but was promptly oted
down by the quieter portion.
It was thought necessary to havo
a class pin and Piorson, Smith, and
Miss Chappoll woro appointed as a
connnittco to look into tho matter
of selecting one.
It was also decided to hold the
Freshman social Thursday evening
in Union hall.
Strictly In It.
Tho Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern lino ofl'ors tho best
accommodations to tho traveling
publio on route to Chicago.
Through trains, fast time, magnifi
cent sleeping cars, olegant dining
cars, colonist sicopors, reclining
chair cars and handsome
coaches. City ticket office,
t- i . -
Passengers destined to the prom
inent cities of the Missouri Kivor
should patronize the Chicago, Union
Paciiic and Northwcstorn Line.
Magnificont Pull man and Wagner
sleeping cars, elegant Pullman and
Northwestern dining cars, free re
clining chair cars, handsonio day
coaches and comfortable Pullman
colonist sleepers. City ticket oflico
1044 O street.
You Need It.
Tho Waterman Fountain Pen
company has como to tho rescue of
a suffering public by manufactur
ing a pen wliich feeds as fast as
one can write. Every studont who
desires to keep his history and
note books looking neat should not
fail to obtain one. Thoy aro for
sale at the Studonts's Co-operativo
Book Store and aro guaranteed by
tho proprietors for ono year. Como
down and have its advantages,
over all others, explained to you.
The Latest Brands
And a New and Choice Stock
always on hand.
NEWS STAND IN CONNECTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
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Always open after Society MeetlnRfl.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text -Books,
And a Comploto Stock of
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
127 South Eleventh Street,
Students who Patronize
AND MERCHANT TAILORS:
Will never regret it. They sell Stylish Clothing at Reasonable Price1
J. II. IS VANS, Prcst. and Trcas
Evans Laundry Company,
aar, nan, uai r. lain stroot,
Telephone 199. T-iHSTOOLTSr, NJ2B.
THE PALACE DINING HALL
In TIIK vnOVKH Vl.AVK to not your moaln.
rbsrrJ SPKCIAli BATES TO STUD 1CNTS.S:
AM, YOUIl KKM.OW STUDUNTS 110.V1U) llliltti. TltY US.
1 1 3 O N Street.
The Capitol Hotel Barber Shop
HAS ltKDUCKI) TIIK l'UICK OF SHAVING TO
- TEN CENTS. -
Wo employ tho bout artlatH obtainable, Studontn mndo wolcomo.
S. W. Corner 1 1th and P Streets. Capitol Hotel Building.
A $135 Sterling Wheel.
A coupon ticket Rlren awny with orery cash
pnrchaRe of 2.1 reuta. New I, anbi.no I'iiakiuct,
HICKS DUOS,. IMioi's., Cor. 13th and P.
MADE TO MTUUKNTH ON AM,
Careful attention given to Uroups.
THK JCLITIC STUDIO,
1'20 So. nth St. T. W. TOWNSEND, Prop.
1 1 15 P Street, Lincoln.
Cards, I'rograma, InvltntlonH. Good Work,
DR. T. O'CONNOR,
(Successor to Dr. Chan. SunrUo.)
Cures Cancers, Tumors,
Wena, and l'lstulnn without tho usu ot
Kn'.fo, Chloroform, or Ether.
Offloe 130G O St.,
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
At lOlO O Street,
IS THE BARBER SHOP FOR STUDENTS
GIVK US A. TRIiVL.
C. C. QUIGGLK, Scc'y and Mjyr.
A. G. OSMER, Prop.
1020 O St.
First National Bank,
Capital, - - $400,000.00
Surplus, - - 100.000.00
N. S. llAHWOOt). l'realdent.
Oil AS. A. II ANNA. Vlco President.
C.S. MI'l'INCOTT. and
J. S. IMIKKMAN. Asst. Caahlera.
J. I). Mactarlnnd.
T. M. Marquette.
John h. Ames.
It. K. Moore.
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J. I.. Caraon.
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113 North 13th Street,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND NEWS
Lemonade, Milk Shake,
CIDER, AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS.
J. E. HOWE, Prop.
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President, Vic President. Cashier.
John A. Amea, Asst. Cash.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
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Hutchins & Hyatt
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