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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1895)
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nt lli Unlvcrnlty ut Nnlirnnkn.
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AJdrcHu nil Commniilrntlmin to Tmk NunitAHKAN,
UnlVprntiy of NilirnWn.
Tiik Nkiiiiarkan -x 111 lio found on imlo lit tli.i
(OlIOWltlK IHIWN HIUIIIIh!
I,. 1,. Vcnil, UN South Kleveiith Htroot,
Traiik DuTlrl. 1fl;n (I SlrooU
Kd YnniiK, lsoa () sirwi.
With this issuo Tins Nkhuakan
suitors a temporary diminution in
si.o, which it is Import wo will not
bo nocessitntort to maintnin lougor
than a fow issuos. Collogo nows
and advertising contracts aro
oqually scarco at prosont, but wc
will blossom forth again ns soon
Unless tho sophomoro3 and
froshmon tako a little more inter
est in thoir proposed relay race
tho atfair will drop through. The
committees appointed aro working
hard, but it is impossible for them
to find the best matorial in thoir
respective classes unloss the men
como forward. If you havo any
desiro to enter tho contest present
your name to E. Banghardt for
the sophomores or J. E. Piorson
for tho froshmon.
Enough caunot bo said as to
tho value of fresh air in rooms
whoro students aro to use thoir
brains. If one passes through
the halls and various departments
of tho univorsity in succession, ho
finds as many kinds of air as there
aro rooms, and just as many tem
peratures. Ono professor likos to
bo warm uncomfortably so; an
other has all tho windows open.
Every fow wooks an opidomic of
colds attacks tho students. There
is certainly some reason for this.
It is tho passing from ono room
poorly ventilated to another well
ventilated, with tho groat change
It is a well known fact that the
library is not fit for occupation,
and when dozens of students aro
"nthered there and ventilation is
utterly impossible without cold
blasts of wind, tho result is as
bad as can bo imagined.
No system of deliberate torture
over aimed to do more injury to
tho human body than this lack of
tho means for good ventilation is
doing for many students. For
some of them it is worse than tor
ture, for it takes longer to kill,
but this causo a lifo-timo of suf
fering. Olhor stalos do not treat thoir
young people so badly. Surely
our legislature shoul do something
for our relief.
At tho Dolian oloction on
March 2(th tho following ollicors
wore chosen for tho spring term:
Miss lluntor, president; Mr. Ein
orson, vico president; Miss Pills
bury, rocording socrolary;, Mr.
Itall, corresponding secretary
and Mr. W. Forsytlio, sorgoant-at-arms.
At a busiuoss mooting of tho
Union society Wednesday after
noon, the following ollicors wore
olecled for tho spring term: Knth
orino Molick, president; S. II.
Martin, vico president; Annie
Proy, recording secretary; C. M
Barr, corresponding socretiirv; 7.
P. Oameron, treasuror; II. K,
Newbranch, N. C.Abbott, sergeant
Lincoln Frame and Art Co.
226 So. 11th Street.
Hnvo your prniips framed at tho most
IS THE PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO PATRONIZE.
Phone 579. 2208 0 St
N. W. Cor. 1 2th and N Streets.
(the Studhnts' Standiiy)
Boots : and : Shoes
Made to Order.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly
Y. M. C. A. Block.
110 North 13th St.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND NEWS
Lemonade, Milk Shake,
CIDER, AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS.
J. E. HOWE, Prop.
First National Bank,
Capital, - - - $100,000.00
SurpIuH, - - - 100,000.00
N. S. HAUWOOn. ITeHtdnt.
OIIAS. A. 1IA.NNA. Viro-lTeBlilcnt.
1 M. COOK. OiHlilPr.
as. U1MMNTOTT. find
II. H. FItUIJMA.N. Awtt. CnRhlers.
N S. Hnrwood,
CliriH A. Milium.
I). V. Cook.
F. M. Cook.
J. 1). Mmfnrl.-Mil,
'J' M. .MiiniuntU',
John II Amen,
J. L. CniHon,
A. II, (lurk.
Students who Patronize
Paine, Warfel & Bumstead,
rAND MERCHANT TAILORS:
Will never regret it. They sell Stylish Clothing at Reasonable Prices
1186 O Street.
A Bit of Advice ! : :
To Old and Young.
It will prolong your day9 on Earth 1
A Trip to the Pacific Coast via the . .
The Finest Equipment
Desired can bo
E. 6, SLOSSON,
mil f HflkUK
KrrimimiM Eli T
Ogdon and Salt Lake,
Butte and Spokane,
Helena and Portland,
Seattle, San Francisco
and Los Angeles.
en'l Ajrcnt, 1,1 XCOEiX, NEK.
JOHN T. MASTiN,
C. T. A.
Jacob North & Co.
-(Lincoln Paper House
JL I II 1 LvI 5
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
1116 TO 1122
Any OLD II AT nmdn over na Rood na new. Alo,
Clothes Gleaned, Dyed, & Repaired.
lOSO I STRKKT.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationary,
And ft Complete Stock ot
STANDARD AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
217 South Eleventh Street
J. A. SMITH,
W. R. Dennis & Co.,
Hats . . ,
and Furnishing Goods.
First Class Goods at Reasonable
The Commercial Barber Shop
DOES THE BEST WORK.
The Finest Hath Rooms in the City.
Stndont imtromiRO sollcliod. Agency for the Hint
120 X. 11th Street,
HIOH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
I.eniltrHot I'nuhlon at
12 N. Eleventh St.
SS Candies prf,.al"
SODA WATER & ICE CREAM.
Served all tlio year.
ALWAYS OPEN AFTER SOCIETY
131 South 1 IthSt.
C. A. Shoemaker, M.D.
(U. OP N. ,8tt.)
Office, No. 1 134 L Street, Ground Floo.
Hours, 7 to 9 A.U.; 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m.
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