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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1895)
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ut tlio Unlvornlty ol Nnlirnnkn.
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1'rlco jior year .70
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AiUlroHN nil (.'oinmunloiitloiiM lo Tiik Nuiihaakan,
University of Nulirnnkn.
Tiik Nkiiiiarkan will tio (omul on bMo i.t thn
(oIIowIiik now Htmulu:
li, I,. Mend, 118 South Klovriith Htroot,
Kriink DiiTlol. 1():'() 0 St rout.
Ktl YouilK, MtUO Stroot.
Immediatk notion should bo
tnkon in tho ninltor of the intor
stnto meet at Kansas City. Noal
S. Doran Hhould bo informed at
onco if wo avo to accopt his oitor,
and if it is accepted ovory one
should work hard and oarnestly
for tho success of tho twonty mon
wo are to send thore. Monibors
of tho connnittoo having this mat
tor in chargo havo not yot ex
pressed thoniBolvos as to how thoy
regard tho chances of tho fulfill
ment of tho letter. Beforo going
any further, it should bo learned
positively whothor this guarantoo
will hold in case of bad woalhor,
and if tho intor-stato meet is not
a financial success to its project
ors. Beforo sending our boys
away wo want to bo sure that tho
money for their expenses will not
have to bo paid out of their own
The old, old story among our
univorsity students is that thoy
are ovor-burdoncd with work.
With most of thorn it is useless lo
argue. "Why, I havo only nine
toon hours," thoy say, "1 can got
all my studying dono so that I
can go to bed ovory night at
They have no time for anything
besides their class work. Thoy
have no time to rest thoir brains
by going to entertainments. Thoy
havo no time for general reading.
It is this last, no timo for gen
eral reading, that is most lament
able. No one can bo truly
educated who does not know
something moro about ovory sub
ject than what ho can learn from
tho text-books which ho studies.
Ho should havo tho broader and
moro gonoral viows of oach sub
ject and thoir rolativenoss to all
others. This ho cannot havo if
ho applies himsolf nioroly lo his
class-work. It would bo absurd
to expect so much from a limited
courso. 'But tho means are placed
at his disposal. Tho library is
full of papers, magazines, and
thoro upon all subjoots, oaoh de
partment has a library of spooial
roforonco which is opon to tho uso
of tho studonls.
Now, with all tho moans lo
largor Btudy so convoniont, and
with tho kuowlodgo of its neces
sity, is it not foolish for a student
not to tako advantago of his op
portunities? And this is tho same old warn
ing again: uDo not tako so much
class work, but spend more timo
in outsido culture."
Tho now suits and our base ball
toam will play a gamo of ball with
a city amatour team tomorrow af
lornoon on tho campus. Tho Btiits
aro oxpoctod to put up a protty
Thoro was an inspection of tho
band Monday ovoning. Tho boys
havo prepared for inspection four
times this semostor, and as many
times the authoritioR havo failod
to inspoot. Now thoy aro broath
ing largo sighs of roliof that tho
ordeal is ovor.
Tho Y. W. 0. A. girls will give
an entertainment in tho chapel
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock,
consisting of music, statuary and
tableaux. Tho "Droam of Fair
Womon," illustratod in appro
priate costumes, will bo road by
Mrs. Manning. Miss Porkius
will play. Vocal solos will bo
givon by Missos Griggs and Pol
lard. Admission 15 cents.
Whkheas, tho claBB of ninety
live learns with sorrow of tho sad
boreavomont which has como to
one of its mombors, Joo P. Boards
loy, in tho death of his father,
therefore bo it
Kcsolvadi that wo as a class ox-
tend to him our deepest sympathy
in this his hour of sorrow.
licsolvcd, that a copy of theso
resolutions bo prosontod to our
classmate, Mr. Boardsloy, and
copy bo furnished tho Hesperian
and Nehiikkan for Publication.
Burlington Route Playing Cards
Those elegant cards of tho very
best quality only lo cents per
deck. For sale at B. & M. dopot
or city office, cornor Tenth auu 0
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Te SWrt Mail,
939 O Street;.
Tho riiioHl I.lnc of Mcii'h FtiriitNhliiuH In tint Cltv
All tliu I. II l o t NoVt'ltll'lt.
-SlSHIRTS HADE TO 0RDER.FS-
1 0 Per Cunt OH' to Students.
Students who Patronize
The : Tailor,
8UITS MADE TO ORDER.
Si'i:ciAirY Maw: of Cmsamno and II i
PAIMNQ DltUX fiUITH.
""WSK'"'" 126 S. 11th St.
Paine, Warfel & Bumstead,
-AND MERCHANT TAILORS:
Will never regret it. They sell Stylish Clothing at Reasonable Prices
1136 O Street.
Jacob North & Co.
(Llnooln Paper House)
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
1118 to 1122
A Bit of Advice!
To Old and Young.
It will prolongyourdaya on Earth 1
A Trip to the Pacific Coast via the . .
The Finest Equipment
Desired can be
E, B. SLOSSON,
Ogden and Salt Lake,
Butte and Spokane,
Helena and Portland,
Seattle, San Francisco
and Los Angeles.
1144 O Street
Gen'l Agent, MNCOIiN, NEI.
JOHN T. MASTIN,
O. T. A.
An OLD HAT raado oror oa Rood as nevr. Also,
Clothis Cleaned, Dyid, ft Repaired.
lOSO I 8TRKKT.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationkry,
And n, 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
Lincoln Frame and Art Co.
226 So. 11th Street.
Huvo your groups framed at tho most
C. A. Shoemaker, M.D.
(U. OF N. 80.)
Office, No. 1 134 L Street, Ground Floo.
Hours, 7 to 9 A.M.; 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m.
The Commercial Barber Shop
DOES THE BEST WOSK.
Tho Finest Hath Rcoms in tho City.
Student putronngo solicited. Agency for tho Heat
120 tf. nth Street
At 1010 O Street,
IS THE BARBER SHOP FOR STUDENTS
G1VK XJS iV TltlL.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
PDCCINELLI BROS., Props.,
STroita and Confectionery,
nuva, cioars, andtobaooo.
Bpedal attention given to etndont and fnmlljr
wade. Goods delivered to all parU ot the city.
S.W. Cor, o ana lath 81i.
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