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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1895)
In tho Gym.
About tho beginning of! this
month tho Physical Dopurtinont
hold nn oxnniinntion on horso,
buck nnd pnrnllol bars, tho object
boing togrndo tho classes anew on
tho basis o oxcollonco in appara
tus work anil to soloot six now
londora to supply vacancies which
had occurred. Tho examination
showod a mnrkod improvement in
tho care with which tho apparatus
work was performed. The now
loaders choson woro F. L. Burt.
H. Follmor, B. S. Hunt, A. M.
Troyor and F. Tuloss. Tho best
total score on all tho piocos of
apparatus was mado by A. M.
Troyor; tho host score on horso
and also on parallol was mado by
P. S. Hunt, and on tho buck by
N. H. Bedell.
Tho Loader's corps, tho mom
bers of which can bo soon in tho
framo on tho front door of tho
gym. are doing good work in lead
ing divisions in apparatus work.
Such work cannot bo satisfactory
dono in ono largo division, or in
smaller divisions when there is
only ono to supervise. But the
Leader's corps makes possible a
pleasant variation from calisthenic
ITnvinp permanently located in Lincoln.
I desire to cnll the attention of any who
are troubled with defective vinion'thiit 1
correct all errors of Refraction nnd Mus
Almost as much discomfort nrinos
from lleterophoria as from Ametro
phoria. R. BRUCE MAGEE,
1127 0 St, Lincoln, Neb.
Booms 12 & 13.
110 North 13th St.
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and Kansas City.
City Ticket OHice, 1201 O St.
H. C. TOWNSEND,
F. D. CORNELL,
C. P. AT. A
Columbia has eightoon collogo
Tho Illinois Stato Univorsity
has 71G students. Ex.
Of tho 11,000 graduates of Col
umbia, 0,082 aro still living. Ex.
Tho Univorsity of Michigan has
fifty of its own graduates on its
In tho past twolvo years Yalo
has scored 5,014 points in football
to opponents 110. Ex.
Tho Univorsity of Michigan is
tho first to admit Chineso woinon
lor students: Ex.
Ninety-two Yale graduates have
boon collogo presidents and seven
teen cabinet officers. Ex.
An advortisoment. Good family
dog for salo. Will oat anything.
Is very fond of children. Ex.
Tho original Samson was a very
successful tragedian. His last act
brought down tho houso. Ex.
Teacher "How was it that Ica
rus foil from the heavens?''
"Ho must havo slipped on a
thunder peal." Ex.
"Time waits for no man." But
how about women? Tho other
day ono of the girls looked at tho
clock and it slopped. Ex.
Tho young men of tho senior
class wore given a most em'ovablo
reception by tho young women of
tho class at the homo of Miss
Olivia Pound last Saturday ovon-
Tho houso was prettily deco
rated in tho class colors, yellow
and white, tho ilowers being daf
fodils and cream roses.
OSS WGrt WrASPTlf mirl nninvnrl
themselves as only seniors can
when they give their minds to it.
Progressive cat was tho jrnmn nf
the evening and proved very
amusing. After tho cats were
finished ices and cakes woro sorved
in the dining room. Dancing
followed making a fitting ending
to a delightful evening
In an interview with Miss
Smih, tho registrar, in regard to
what sort of students wo have
here at our university, she said:
'We hove the best class of
students that I over saw, and I
have seen a great many students.
They are independent, and manly
and womanly. They do not seem
oven to think of playing tricks
upon their professors and upon
each other, as is so generally dono
in many collogos."
As to tho reason of their "oofl
conduct, Miss Smith said, sho
thought that it was because they
woro hero for real work, that most
of them woro working their own
way through school. In fact, they
uiu hu 100 ousy to tool away
The Law's Ball Team.
Tho law school is full of base
ball enthusiasts. At a meeting
called for the purpose of consider
ing tho subject, it was decided to
organize a team and challenge any
nine in the city. Montzer was
elected manager, and tho follow
ing players selected:
Mason, pitcher; Neal, third
base; Priel, center; Martin, short
stop; Stroman, second; Matson,
first; Powers, center fiold; Ham
ming, right fiold; Raymond, loft
Stroman and Raymond havo
played on tho university team and
Powers on '95's class team. The
outlier men aro ull experienced
players ond thoro is no roason
wh this team should not bd ono
of thstrongest in tho city.
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loast forty-oight hours prior to tho
timo of such mooting.
Sko. 5. Tho captain of any
toam may bo romovod by a (4-5)
four-fifths volo of tho board of
diroctors, causo boing shown.
Section 0. No ono who is not
an amatour as donned in tho rules
of tho " Amatour Alhlolio Associ
ation of America " shall bo al
lowed to bo a member of any foot
ball, baso-ball or any athletic
team representing tho University
of Nobraska nor shall any ono who
is not an amateur as providod for
abovo, bo allowed to competo in
any tournament, championship
gamos, fiold meotings, or other
athletic contests hold under tho
supervision of this association,
nor to represent tho Univorsity of
t 1 1
i.ourasKa m any compotition con
test, providod this shall not apply
to any ono who is not a student
in tho Univorsity of Nobraska at
tho timo of "tho adoption of this
Section 1. It shall require a
two-thirds voto to alter or amond
in any way this constitution,
Sec. 2. Proposed alteration or
amendments to this constitution
shall be posted on tho bulletin
board at least ono week before
Section 1. This constitution
shall co into oifect at tho begin
ning of tho school year 1S05-00.
For some timo it has boon ru
mored among the cadets that sevo-
ral changes, and some promotions !
ana appointments would bo forth
coming. For this reason there
was no surprise, tho' some little
expectancy when tho ndiufnnt
canecr flitT battalion" lo'attentidfi
after drill and produced a roll of
The following is a list of the
changes and promotions:
Second lieutenant; O. A. E.
Holmes, promoted to rank of 1st,
lieutenant, to Company A."
Second lieutenant, L. C. Ober
lies, promoted to rank of 1st, lieu
tenant to Company D." Cadet
sargeant, P.P. Teele Company I
"15 to rank ot quartermaster sar-1
geant. uaciet private Warner to
rank of sargeant, Company "A."
Cadet private H. P. Loavitt, to
rank of sargeant Company '03."
Cadet corporal V. R. McLucas to
sargeant Company "C." Cadet
corporal B. W. Wilson to sargeant
To rank of corporals. Cadet
E. W. Brown to Company "A,"
J. V. Corlolyou to Com nan v -'D."
R. A. Trail to Company "I)," E.
M. Short to Company 0," Car
penter 10 uompany "JJ."
The following transfers woro
Lieutenant C. Hildroth. from
Company 4D" to Ccmnnnv "O."
Lioutonaut Powers, from Company
"0" to "B;" Lieutenant Weaver,
from "B" to .D;" Sargeant J. B.
Barnesfrom "B" to "C;" Sargeant
Turroll from "C" to "B."
Miss Blossom "Williamson en
tertained the 'X," Amusement club
Saturday evening with a floral
party. Miss Williamson distin
guished horsol as an entertainer.
and the party was conducted in a
very neat ni inner throughout.
MisB Shaw car&ed away an enor
mous bouquet! of ilowers as tho
first prize, andlHarry Frank won
tho booby. Tift guests woro Miss
Paine, of HaJmgB, Misses Hur
ley, Farwoll, Ihaw, Lau, Bisser
and Heaton, aid Messrs. Young,
Harloy, Franliljohnston. Adams.
jnugman, iavoIl, and iiaugh
n . t ' -r- .. '
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With a full corps of instructors and the advantages ex
tended by the University, it is enabled to offer to all a musi
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Students aro cordially invited to visit the now building, and
inform themselves of all the privileges ofiered.
For further information apply to
Willard Kimball. Director.
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337, 3S9, 331
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All the Latest Novels always in Stock.
The WORLD-HERALD and CHICAGO PAPERS
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