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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1895)
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11 E. Hinges, '!)2 visited the
Uni this week.
Don Cameron1: lunch counter J 14
So. llth, street.
Miss Gregory smolo her annual
The Varsity lii lies' Hall promises
to ho a swell a Hair.
The senior girls look real sweet
in their new gowns.
If you see it in the slate capitol
it is Chancelor Canliehl.
Miss Disco, a last year's student
visited the Uni this week.
,7. II. tlohnson has an appoint
inent at the rftato House.
Lieutenant Pershing wont to
Chicago during the holidays.
T. .1. Thorp's is the place to go
to have your skates sharpened.
St oilier .lr. looks like Little Bil
lee Evsm the combing of his hair.
For f 07 elass pins call at K.
Fleming's, the jeweler, 1224 O st.
They say Mc.Lucas got a great
Christinas present. How ahout
A rare opportunity now to clothe
yourself cheap at the Kwing Cloth
Mr. "W. O. tlonos was out of
town this week and his classes did
not meet as usual.
Tom Hall. 'l, wis renewing ac
quaintances around the uirversity
Miss Parker announces that she
will rivo instruction in wood carv
injc free of charge.
W. L. Carney has left the Uni
versity to accept the position of
teae' jr in Filmoro count'.
As was predicted in the Xk
lm.vsKAX a Zoological club was
formed. It will meet every week.
Professor Hate's article read be
fore the teachers' association was
very favorably spoken o by all
vfUo Ivoc.vtl it.
Kil Morrill is rapidly recovering
from his injury, lie is aide to be
out but he will have to use crutches
for some time.
One of the most inlluencial and
able of our legislators is Randolph
McXitt, of Ked Cloud, formerly a
member in the university.
Kugeno Parks, an electric of
last year attended the teachers' as
sociation. He is teaching out "West
somewhere in a high M-hool.
"Jack' Hrady, of Kearney, for
merly a member of the clas of '1)5
has just been installed as messenger
to the chief clerk of the house.
If you want to send Tub Xk
HiiASKAN to a friend or former stu
dent now is the time. Take advan
tage of our extraordinary oiler.
A good many of the student's
avail themselves of the opportunity
of skating at the Heach these beau
tiful moonlight nights. Hotter be
careful boys the 'tend" if dm win.?
The oiler that has been posted
up on Tiik Xehkaskax bulletin
board will last but a few days: "A
holiday number and Tin: Xkhkas
kax for the rest of the year for
For Sale. A set of encyclopedia
Hritannica, Ninth Edition, with
American revisions and additions,
at a greatly reduced price, for cash
or on time. Address F. T. Itiley
care of Nebrasknn.
12i3 0 Street.
Reversible Ties 2o and fiOe.
The New Club House Ties ."Oo.
"V. K. D. "Are gym-girls the
same as tom-boysf
H: "No, sir, 1 know of no one
to whom I ever gave my note!"
A: Some people can't give
Hon. Fred Harnes, '0(1, has
signed with Manager Kbright for
the season of 'IK. Hold 'em down,
Fred, hold 'em down I
Through theelfortsof Prof. Kim
ball of the conservatory of music,
Thomas' orchestra wilfplay in Lin
coln about April l.Mli.
Don Cameron's lunch counter 1 14
So. llth, St. Fish and game in
season. The nicest restaurant for
students in the city. Try it.
Don't forget the fact that it N
money in your pocket now to at
tend the di Mlutionsaloat the low
ing Clolhirg Co. It is on till the
evening of the 10th, but no longer.
Miss (icrtrude Smith, who was
so well known to the students, has
been obliged to give up her posi
tion; the fund for paying her only
lasting nine months during the
MKs Korsenger of the class of
?0;$ has taken charge of Prof.
Hurnet's class.'s. She lias studied
siiu'e she left here, having spent a
year at Chicago, and she certainly
come? well propirod in her sub
ject. Mrs. Peattieof Omaha will de
liver the second address in the lec
ture course of the Christian asso
ciations next Sunday afternoon at
: i. in. The subject will bo "The
Influence of Christianity on Liter
ature."' Frnie Haughton returned this
week from Washington, I). C,
where he attended the convention
of the S. A. E. lie says ho shook
hands with Grovor and Willie Wil
son. (EnjH.'UxI) Mnyhn bo did, he
certainly looks pale enough.
To illustrate the changeableness
of Nebraska weather within the
last three diys, according to
Whipple, there have been fifteen
diU'orent weather Hags floating
from the Hag-stall. (Of course
the weather didn't change a bit.)
Misses May Lewis and Gertrude
Marsland, together with Messrs.
Maria', Harbor, and Peed, spent
several day of their vacation in
Fremont as the guests of the Misses
Gray. All report a very ple.isaut
time and are loud in their praises
of Fremont and of the hospitality
of their hosts.
A meeting of the Athletic asso
ciation is to bo called soon to con
sider a change in the constitution
and other matters of importance,
among them to set a date for field
day, appoint committees and so
forth. The prospect for a good
live scrap over the constitution is
very promising, and it i.4 expected
every member will be present,
With one member of the senior
class dismissed from the univer&ity
for theft, another member of the
same class under suspicion for dis
honest' in connection with the
senior themes; and suspension
hanging closely over a student
somewhat lower in rank for at
tempting to convert the property
of another student to her own use
it looks as though complaint
about lax discipline at this institu
tion is without foundation.
You Should Wear
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Valuable additions have boon
made in the French department
during the holidays, especially in
the lino of French novels. Quito
a number of Halxae's stories and
ninety-ono of George Sand's were
secured id ono swoop.
The crowd that you will see at
the Kwing Clothing Co. these days
is a convincing argument that they
must be selling clothing and fur
nishing goods very cheap. They
are selling at actual cos () cents
on w dollar, just as they adver
tise. The senior girl is abroad in the
land. Could you have seen her
smile of satisfaction last Wednes
day morning as she noticed the
lower classmen gaze at her with
awe and admiration you would
have wondered If It wasn't a nice
thing, after all, to bo a senior girl.
tlolm W. Dixon of Yale univer
sity, who graduated hero last year,
has boon heard from. lie con
gratulates the university on its
rapid advancement and especially
on its success in athletics. Dixon
will graduate there this year and
probably stud' law in the Yalo
The senior elass evidently be
lieves in woman sull'rage. At the
elass election, held just before the
holidays, every office was given to
a lady by a unanimous vote. The
following wero elected:
President, Miss Grace Bridge.
Vice-President, Miss Martha
Secretary, Miss, Olivia Pound.
Treasurer, Miss Mablo Lindley.
Class Poet, Miss Katherine
Sargeant-at-Arnis, Mis Ella Mc
Crosky. '05 is certainly to be congratu
lated on the able women it pos
sesses. At the armory on Tuesday even
ing Misses Burr and Wilder gave a
receptii n to the young women of
the physical training classes, and
Lieutenant Pershing to the cadets.
Over two hundred students availed
themselves of the oj pottunity of
tnus snonumg wiint nronuseu to no.
a vcrv .ciii?mnTGVciiing. .an ad
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ditional nice featiro ws3 the pie
tures of the Iltydon Art exhibit
which still adorned the walls of the
armory. Durhig the ovoning
music was furnished by the uni
versity conservatory orchestra.
Many town people came to see the
Iliydon art exhibit and wero sur
prised and delighted at the recep
tion and especially at the refresh
ments which they supposed to bo a
part of tin entertainment.
Dr. Britton, Professor of Botany
in Columbia College, says of the
"FloVa of Nebraska" in "Science.''
It irk hard to find words to ex
proftssXour gratification at its ap
pearance, and avo have tried in
vain tl) find any point which is
fairly open to adverse criticism.
Hogiimiing with a synopsis of the
largojj groups, including fnnmlie,
and am introduction contributed by
Professor Bossey, in the details of
which! there is room for much dif
ference of opinion, there follow
conciscdcscriptiou of the classes,
orders, Xfanialies, genera, species,
and varieties of Protophyta and
Phycophyt found within the state
contributed iVy Mr. Dr. Alton and
Saunders, aiuil of the Coleochaci
acraie and Chantfcea by Mr. Al
bert F. Woods. I The descriptions
are well drawn! the typography
excellent and tile plates accurate
and well executlcd. We tendei
our cordial conglratulations to all
concerned in tnoAproduction of the
book and to all uflio may have op
portunity to use lit,"
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