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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1894)
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Tho profs' gym cliisa now num
Yont's bushy locks need another
" "Junior TKomos are becoming
Day board, $-2; 50 por '"week at
427 north 10th st.
Tho Y. W. C. A. rocoived olovon
now mombors Sunday afternoon.
It. E. Dinged '92 is omployod as
metallurgist near Spencer, Colo. ,
For '97 class pins call at E.
Fleming's, tho jowolor, 122-1 0 st.
An umbrella sale, followed by
wot weather, is said to bo a good
Studonts who patronize Paine,
Warfel & Bumstoad will never ro
Mead's nows" stand is tho stu
' (louts' headquarters for news, ci
A. J. Weaver and C. E. Davis
made ' a flying trip to Falls City
Tho Capital Hotel barber shop
has reduced tho price of shaving to
Latin Tut : What is the moan
ing of audireml Hibornius, Oi'd
hear em, sorr.
Instructor Ansley litis had to re
sort tp' high school punishment in
some of his classes.
Students can't got hotter meals
for $2.25 than MoGufl'y and Alien
put up, at 1507 P St. .
Miller & Paine have now settled
in their now store whore they are
now prepared for business.
Capt. Joe Bcardsley likes his
new uniform vei-vy voll. He don't
carry this in his iituo grip sack.
Wo give a free ticket to tho
Wilbur Opera Co. "with ovory pur
chase. A. Kroner, 939 O street.
"Greek is barbarous," remarked
tho freshman. "Taint so Barber-
.ous-ai? Latin," rejoined his chum.
For rent: Steam heated rooms
at 425 north 1 0th street. Como and
look at our place before locating.
Go to Mrs. Gosper's, 1114 O st.
to look at millinory and at tho
same time havo your hair dressed
in latest style.
F. J.H. Larson', '93, tho "Chief"
of tho Fire Department, was in his
old place on tho coaching lines dur
ing tho Doano game.
At tho meeting of tho Senior
boys, Tuesday afternoon, canes
wero solectcd. Now, look out, for
the Senior will soon bo upon you.
. '"Tho second eleven deserves
considerable credit for their play
ing last Saturday. Doano only
beat 'oni twelvo to nothing. ' ' JAn
Dr. Wolfe says that if a now
head could bo put on the shoulders
' of each foot ball player every so
often, they would play a bettor
game. jVIight try this.
No one can under-soll tho Ewing
"Clothing Co., on overcoats. Thoy
have tho largest assortment over
shown in Lincoln. All lato and
up to date in styles. The best 10
coat in tho market.
Tho Ewing Clothing company
just rocoived another lot of those
extra lino $10 suits; novor wero
such values shown bofore; all lato
colors and styles. Look tit them
before you buy. You cannot find
If you want
to Look Neat
His overcoat ho bought it at
and it was right.
The Chancellor spoke before tho
South Western Teachers' Associa
tion, at Holdrogo, yesterday.
"To bo Frank about it'rsays
the sonior, "Dorn if wo did havo a
Shue-r thing, though it was Fair. D
The attention of students is
ctdlcd to the clock which has been
placed above tho bulletin boards
for their benefit.
"Don't see why thoy don't call
it inspection feet" grumbled tho
cadet as ho heard Jiis name read oil
for not having his shoos polished.
Owing to some delay in prepar
ing tho constitution, tho election of
o dicers win not held at the regular
meeting of the Varsity Rides
As the b,:nd boys tiro it'it re
quired to purch iso their own suits,
everybody is wondering if llarley
Hcafd is going to wear the uniform
that Oborlios had last year, and how
ho will look in it.
If the boys don't keep their sen
ior hats and canes under cover un
til tho gown question is sottled
thoro is liablo to bo war in tho
camp, which will not bo conducive
to domestic felicity.
Lieutenant Pershing sought an
olevated position from which to
view the game Saturday. Ho evi
dently did not hear tho remark a
wise senior made. "Take your
For Sale. A sot of encvclonedia
iBritannica, Ninth Edition, with
Amorican revisions and additions,
at a greatly reduced price, for cash
or on time. Address F. T. Riley
caro of Nebraskan.
Before buying your uiulerwaro
look at tho Ewing Clothing Co's.
stock of first class goods at tlio low
est prices that they can be produced
for. Tho salo still continues on
heavy weight 33c goods.
Prep. "Oh h h h" and ho
rolled about the floor in agony.
"What's tjio matter" askcc'l his
Prep. "A leoturo Friday and I
lavcirt got a ten o'clock class."
Thoro is much talk Miiong the
cadets, concerning "sick list"
order, and every one is setting a
date in head on which ho can
take tho little book over to Profes
sor Clark's headquarters, and get
sick for a day or so.
Ned Abbott caused a little en
joyment himself, for tho crowd
Saturday. Every time the wind
lifted up his cotit tail thoro was re
vealed to view, sticking within
his pistol pocket, a pink colored
newspaper of local reputation.
Tho rccoption of tho class of '99
was hold Saturday last in tho A. O.
U. W. Hall. The hall wtis well
tilled, irrespective of tho rainy
weather, and,H enjoyed the ovon-inp-
immensely. Gaines wore in
dulged in and a-program was ren
dered which was as follows:
1. Inaugunil, L. P. Patch.
2. Speech, Mr. Bear.
4. Recitation, Maud Mason.
3. Vocal solo, Miss Cook.
5. Instru mental solo, Miss Hatch
0. Quartette, Mr.Mapes,Piorson
Misses Richardson, Piorson.
1. Vocal solo, Miss Hatch.
The Sonior girls had an enthusi
astic meeting Wednesday after
noon. Tho subject under discus
sion,of course, was caps and gowns.
1215 O ST.
To bo or not to bo, that's tho ques
tion, and if you're going to bothon
what kind of a ono tiro you going
to be. The Philadelphia linns will
havo to onduro ono moro weok of
torture and thon the orders will
havo to bo sont in, provided the
sumples ttro satisfactory.
Mar pie's Address.
Hon. C. IE. Marplo, of Omaha,
dolivered an addross to studonts in
tho chapel bust Saturday ovoning
under the auspices of tho Univer
sity Republican Club. Although
there was not a very largo crowd
out to hear him, on account of the
storm and the probable depressing
eU'ect of tho football defeat, those
who attended listened to a very
scholarly exposition (,f tho repub
lican doctrines. Mr. Marplo is a
graduate of tho Univorsily of
Pennsylvania, a polished speaker,
and ono of tho rising lawyers of
Nebraska. Ho was for six years
a regent of our univorsity.
lie kept aloof from potty politics
and "slung no mud" whalovor.
He may bo said to bo a ropro3onta
livo of pure politics and pure
Mr. F. W. Collins, prosidont of
the Stato Republican League, and
Mr. W. D. Robinson, a candidate
for tho Stato Legislature, also
mado short speeches.
At the meeting of the republican
club a unanimous vote of thanks to
Mr. Marplo for his able lecture
The first lecture of tho Chancel
lor's course, for this year, was de
livered yesterday morning by
Chancellor McDowell, of tho Uni
versity of Denver. Tho subject
of tho addross, "George William
Curtis, and Civil Service Reform,"
was one of great interest to tho
majority of t'tudents.
Mr. McDowell reviowed, brieily,
tho life of Curtis, his adaptability
to literature, his power as an ora
tor, and his character as ti man.
Tho principal point of tho lecture
was the inf (nonce of Curtis in poli
tics, especially in advocating civil
servico reform. Tho speaker
dwolt upon tho corrupt present
condition of politics, and thought
civil servico reform to bo the only
remedy. Tho unanimous senti
ment seems to bo that tho address
was ono of tho best yet dolivered
in the Chancellor's course.
Passengers destined to the prom
inent cities of the Missouri River
should patronize tho Chicago, Union
Pacific and Northwestern Line.
Magnificent Pullman and Wagner
sleeping cars, elegant Pullman and
Northwestern dining cars, free re
clining chair ears, liandsome day
coaches and comfortable Pullman
colonist sleepers. City ticket office
1044 O street.
Strictly In It.
Tho Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern line oilers tho best
accommodations to the traveling
public en route to Chicago.
Through trains, fast time, magnifi
cent sleeping cars, elegant dining
cars, colonist sleepers, reclining
chair cars and handsome day
coaches. City tickot office, 1044
Our Patrons Got.
Through passenger trains,
through freight trains, quick time
via tho Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern Lino to tho principal
cities oast of tho Missouri River.
Misses Forguso n and Evans of St.
Louis, have opened a dancing school
in tlio Lansing dancing hall for la
dies, gontlomon,missesand mastors.
SHOE . . .
We have rem .
03EI.AS. B. GEEGOE
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At 1100 0 Street, Biohardii
THE LANSING THEATRE
DANCING HALL ....
Has been engaged for the season by the
Misses .Pur&uson and JBycms,
who have opened a Danping Schqol for Ladiqs, Gent
men, and Children.
invited to cull auci learn
Third floor of Lansing Theatre
We do not Offer.
To give students or
discounts, but sell to
invite you to our new. store,
and think we can please you.
11. Q. DWVKS, I'roHlilfut.
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