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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1895)
Tho soniofH oC tho University
of. Minnesota Jmvo stai-tod Iho
publication o a monthly magnainc
Judging from tho initial numbor,
it promiHOB io bo a valuablo addi
tion to tho publications of that in
Htitution, and is a erodil to tho
collogo. ray it have a long and
Tho following rocords woro mado
at iho annual nrid-wintor moot of
Union oollogn, Now York, which
was hold last Saturday:
Twoniy-yard dash Timo fU
ftopo climbing Timo, 10 sec
onds. Four hundrod and I'orly nrds
run Timo, 1:0(5 2-5.
Ono milo walk Timo, 7 :.),).
ITigh kick 8 fool 10 inches.
Twonty-yard hurdlo Timo, H
Ono milo run Timo, D:02.
I?olo vault 7 font 1 L inches,
Banning high jump 5 foot O'f
Standing high jump 1 foot 10
Tho Univorsity of Wisconsin
hold thoir moot tho samo dato.
Tho following aro tho records:
.Polo vault 10 fool.
3road jump 10 foot 1 inch.
Forty yard dash 5 soconds.
Two milo run 12 minutes, 15
Potatoo raco 35 soconds.
Prof. (To studont who
been caught mimicking him.)
Mr.S " I f you don't stop acting
liko a fool I shall ask you to loavo
Teaohor "Whoro was tho mag
na charta signed?"
Bright Pupil "At tho bottom. "
Tho Yalo catalogue gives tho
contents of tho Library of tho
University as about 170,000 vol
nines, an incroaso of ovor
over last yoar. Ex.
Dr. S. R Smith, of Boston, who
wroto tho words of our national
hymn "America," has lately cele
brated his 90th birthday. ITo
graduated with Dr. Holmes. Ex.
The average weight of tho mem
bers of principal collego foot-ball
loams is as follows: Harvard 173 J,
pounds; Yalo 172; Princeton 172";
Pennsylvania, 179. Ex.
Daniel Webster was editor-in-chief
of tho first collogo paper in
United States. It was publishod
at Dartmouth. Ex.
Among tho three thousand stu
dents registered at Harvard Uni
versity, four hundred aro actively
engaged in athletics. Ex.
Tho business managers of tho
basoball teams at Rutgers havo
boon allowed 80 per cent of all
excess of receipts ovor expenses
Tho Sophomores of Hamilton
havo adopted a class hat. Tho
colors of the hat aro thoso of the
collogo, blue and buff. Ex.
A collogo paper is publishod by
thft students of St. John's college,
Shanghai, Ohina. Tho paper is
publishod in English. Ex.
Burlington Routo Playing Cards
Thoso elegant cards of tho very
best quality only 15 cents per
deck. For salo at B. & M. depot
or city office, corner Tenth ami O
PRANK A. GRAHAM,
livery and Boarding Stables.
127 and 120 Q Stroot.
WE WILL GET SOMETHING
UlliVtM'Mhy It ill I'llNNCri ltc
BIoiimo Wiin ut Down 7,-OOO-Tho
By spooial ordor tho University
bill was brought up boforo tho
houno as a commilloo of tho
wholo Tuosday afternoon. This
provides for an appropriation of
711,000 to com pinto Iho library
building and 7,000 for ropairs.
Tho lirflt slap at it was made by
Colo of Hitchcock county, who
moved to amoiul by docroasing
it to $1 8,000. Tho friends of tho
university mado u Htrong dofonso,
showing that ft!. 1,000 would bo
utterly useless as far as the pur
poso of tho bill was concornod lo
comploto tho library, tho bids for
which woro produced and road.
Then an amendment was intro
duced striking out tho $7,000 for
ro pairs and Iho bill was recom
mended for passago, tho Douglas
county delegation voting solid
Thursday Iho bill was brought
up boforo tho houso on its third
reading and passed by a good
majority. Tliero is no doubt but
that it will pass tho sonato, and
noxt year wo will bo ablo to ac
comodate 1D00 sludonts, but no
m or o.
NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
of N. Dramatic
Bo Greotod by
(A Delightful l'ustorul Driunii.)
Undo John Mr. T. M. llontloy
CJurth Mr. C. R Tuokor
Aunt llottio Miss Muudo Rhsor
Josslo Miss Josephine Lottridjro
Tho above is tho cast for Opon
Gato, a very successful curtain
raisor, which will open tho per
formance at tho Funko, Monday
evening. The play is a very pop
ular drama, clovor in action and
in dialogue, which has boon used
by Frohman as a curtain raiser
with groat success. It is not lack
ing in dramatic action and Iho
climax is really superb.
(A Rollicking Collogo Farco.)
Mr. Iirood Rob Munloy
J furry Brood Ralph Androws
Tom Hurnlmm Curl Tuukor
Mrs. Hrood Koono Abbott
Floru Strong 1 lurry Shoars
Tho above is a collego play
which mado such a tromendous
success at Harvard. Tho fact
that tho story is built up around
two collego chums is enough of
itself to ensure its succoss. Tho
play is full of witty dialogue and
laughable situations, and makes
an almost porfoct play for a col
The boxes will look
on this night and tho play prom
ises to bo a groat social succoss.
Tho boxos Avill be filled with par
ties from tho Beta Theta Pi, Sigma
Chi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternities and tho Union society.
Among tho numerous theater par
ties will bo that of tho Delta Tau
Delta, tho Phi Delta Thota, tho
East Lincoln Crokinolo Club, a
swell party of tho boys of tho now
fraternity, a club from tho high
school and a largo and very styl
ish party from the Palladian so
ciety. Manager Fred Cooloy is
busy bringing atrairs to a head,
and under his able supervision
there is no doubt that tho por
formauco will reflect crodit on
every ono concerned.
without a break,
intends to drill thorn up to tho
Between tho two plays tho Glee
Olub will sing. This will bo a
pleasant surprise to a groat many
who claim that nothing can bo en
tirely successful at this collogo
unless tho Glee club is there.
Mr. Tucker is drilling tho olub
j ovary night this week in ordor to
havo tho olub make a good show-
Our fool ball loam won Iho pon
ant, our library bill is now a Hiiro
thing, our junior promenade was
a groalor success than ovor, our
orator won in Iho slato coiiIohII
Lot us all turn out on Monday
nigl t show tho dramatic club
that in tho midst of our prosperity
wo stand up for our amalour Iho
alricals ilrmor than ovor. Lot us
till tho Kunko from tho orchestra
lo tho chandeliers! Let us stand
up for Alma Mala and yoll for tho
scarlet and croam.
Annual Kemp for Honors.
(('(iiitlnitui! friiin IhI, iiik, )
tainly mado a groat mislako in at
tompling to "holt" tho convention.
Aftor going out for a caucus, tlio
delegations of Oolnor and tho
Stale University camo rosolved to
"take thoir niodioiiio."
Mr. JL. O. Uouso, from Doano,
roceivod tho indorsement of tho
convention for prosidonl of tho
Inlorslato Oonvontion. Mr. .J. 11.
Andross, of Doano, was olocted
tloal-dolegato, 0. A. Finch, of
Cotnor, was olectod dologato. Mr.
Mains, of AVosloyan, was oloclod
prosidont of tho stale association,
U. B. Morgan, of Doano, was
elected vico-prosidont, and C. C.
Pulis, of tho State University,
soerolary and treasuror.
A discussion of Iho finances of
tho association followed. Motions
wore mado to tax oach school, not
to oxoood 50 until Iho debt was
paid, and to tax each individual
inomber of tho local associations,
10 conts. Tho whole question
was finally disposed of, by laying
it on tho table.
Tho last contost of the mooting
occurred on tho application of
Gates Collogo for admictanco into
tho association. Several dologalos
from Gates statod thoir claims lo
tho association. Ono of tho con
ditions of tho "tio-up" botweon
AVosloyan and Doano was thai
Gales should not bo admitted.
Doano had alroady socured the
lion's sharo and loft Wosloyan to
shift for horsolf. On motion to
admit Gates Collogo into tho as
sociation with no vote until tho
noxt convention and permitting
hor orator to appear on tho pro
gram in tho evening. Doano
voted with Coiner and the State
University. Tho convontion then
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