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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1895)
A WcoUly NowH)flP IhhumI Itvrry Friday Noon
ut tho Unlvoritlty of Nounihkii,
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AddrcBH nil Communication to Tine Nkuiiahkan,
Unlvoritlty ot NotirnHkn.
Tmc Nkiiharkan will tio found on nulo nt thu
following nowri Htnmlai
I(, I,. Moiul. 118 Houth Klovcntli Htroot,
Krnnk DuTlol, lOKO 0 Htruot.
Kd Yohiiki Mt'.'l O Htroot.
PllOFliSHOK 13A1UI0UH, of UlO
atnto mayoralty goologicnl do
pnrtmont, hns boou commissioned
by tho national irrigation commit
too to form a map of tho stato,
showing tho rogions of nrtosian
and Biirfaco vntor. Tho aim is to
aid tho oommittoo in making an
artoBiau map showing rogions
which can bo irrigated by arte
sian How. Tho, result of such a
move cannot yot bo ascortainod,
but it will at any rato givo tho
pooplo a firm foundation upon
which to build their plans. Such
a map has boon mado of South
Dakota, and has proved holpful
in irrigation advaucomont.
Mkmhehh of tho base ball team
complain that thoy aro groatly
hampered in thoir practice by out
siders who intorforo by catching
tho ball whon it is intoudod to
to givo tho fielder a good run for
for it. Thoso pooplo probably do
not think of causing any incon
vonionco to the players, but when
half a dozon men stand around in
tho outfiold waiting for a "ily"
from tho battor, tho practico tho
mombors of tho toam would got is
just proportionately docroasod, ac
cording to tho number of outsid
ers. This givos tho fioldor no
oportunity of practico whore ho
will gain tho most that is, tho
running for tho ball. It not
much of ft trick for tho average
baso ball playor to hold a ball
which falls into his hands. Our
players should not bo hindered in
this way. Thoro is plenty of
room on tho campus for the others
to play by themselves.
Annual Y. W. C. A. Program.
A most successful program was
rendered last Saturday ovoning in
chapel by tho Y. W. 0. A. In
spito of tho stormy weather and
meager notico,ft largo audience
Tho program consisted princi
pally of Berios of tableaux, inter
spersed with music by Misses
Triplott, Perkins, Pollard, Griggs,
Oloavor, and tlio Y. "V. quartette.
Tho costumoB, posing, and gon
oral oiroot woro of a high ordor,
and cortainly surprising consider
ing tho vory short time tho ladios
had to proparo tho program.
Groat orodit Bhould bo given tho
oommittoo of tho Y. AY. 0 A.
having tho program In' ohargo,
and ospoolally to 11b chairman,
Miss Dora Auman.
Tho tabloaux woro as follows:
Moditation, MIbs Pillsbury ;
Watching tho Gamoa, Misses Hall
and Noyos; Wnary, MlBsWalkor;
Spring Blossoms, MisB Broady;
Botrayod, MisBOB Atkinson, Au
man, and Mr. HIviuih; Aro Thoy
tho Konl, Miss Thorn; Doath of
Virginia, nino Y. W.'s; Confiden
tial OorroBpondonco, Mlssos Atkin
son and Forguson ; Longing, Miss
Bigolow; tho GoddosB of Plenty,
Miss "Whiting; tho Artist ABloop,
Mias Graco Broady; tho Slave
Mart, nino of tho Y. W.'s; Salulo
of tho Itoso, MiBs Myrtlo Whoolor;
"Now you Hush," MisB Atkinson;
Hope, Miss Burks.
Tho program oloBod with tho
roading of "Droam of JFair
Womon," by Mrs. Manning, and
illustrated by a Borios of tabloaux
Boauly Lottio Whodon.
Anguish Eva Leonard.
Holon of Troy Marian NoyoB.
Iphigonia Myrtlo Whoolor.
Oloopatra Daisy Cochrane.
Jophthah's Daughtor Emma
Quoon Eloanor Marian Smith.
Pair Ilosamund Nollio Griggs.
Joan of Arc Theodora Auman.
Hon. W. J. Bryan talked for
two hours boforo tho mombors of
tho political scionco club Wednes
day ovoning. An invitation to tho
gouoral public was oxtonded and
ovory soat on tho lower iloor of
tho chapol was filled. Tho lecture
was highly ontortaining, and ovon
thoso who do not agree with Mr.
Bryan's opinions woro soon to ap
plaud him at froquont intervals.
Tho violin rocital givon by tho
conservatory atudonts in tho
chapel yostorday ovoning was woll
attondod, but mostly by Lincoln
pooplo. Tho program was very
woll rendered and tho performance
reilocts much crodit upon tho in
structors, Mr. and Mrs. Hagouow.
Following was tho program:
O HnnrtlHHlinii- ("hrlHtmiiH Cnrol.
HiiiuiInIi Niitlounl Dillieu Wulier
Holo ItUNHlnn Air nnil Viirliitloii8..1)hiiiieiiHtoiigor
Solo Kleiner Wnlzur Dnrn
Trio llnruitrollu Dnncln
MIhhoh Cleaver. Lamon, and 1'oHt.
Solo Vnlau Ktchliortf
Qunrtut I.ullnli.v I.ncliinunil
MIhhum Ouillolil. Cleuvor, Hutching, and I'rultt
u..i..u i ItoiniHiC) Siiiih l'nrolori i.'l'Hclinlkou'hki
aoi()H licllnilu do HliiikuMpom Alnrd
Dilot, with plnno Syinjilionlu Coucortnnto,
May Hollo IIiiKoaow.
Solo II Trovntoro-Kant mhIu Alnrd
Amorlcn nnd Star Spangled llanner
E. M. rJonkins fc Co. havo pre
pared a series of personally con
ducted tours to Palestine, Egypt,
England, and tho continent dur
ing tho coming season.
Por pamphlets, expense, etc.,
apply at Lincoln agonoy, 120 L O
Students who Patronize
Paine, Warfel & Bumstead,
rAND MERCHANT TAILORS:
Will never regret It. They sell Stylish Clothing nt Reasonable Prices
.1136 O Street.
Jacob North & Co.
(Ltnooln Papor HouboH -
-r-LD f-r i y- 4- fr O
COMMERCIAL ... 1 1 kl I LI O
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
"hap8r "mbt!122 Lincoln, Neb.
A Bit of Advice! : :
To Old and Young.
It will prolong your days on Earth I
A Trip to the Pacific Coast via the .
The Finest Equipment.
Desired oan be
E, B, SLOSSON, 1144 "rcct,
Gcn'I Agent. I.IXCOLN, NEB.
Ogden and Salt Lake,
Butte and Spokane,
Helena and Portland,
Seattle, San Francisco
and Los Angeles.
JOHN T. MASTIN,
C. T. A.
Any OLD HA.T mado oror ai good as novr. Also,
Clothis Glianid, Dyed, It Ripalnd.
lOSO I STBE1ICT.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationkrv,
And a Complete Block 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
113V O ST.
Lincoln Frame and Art Co.
226 So. Uth Streot.
Havo your Rroupa framed at tho mont
C. A. Shoemaker, M.D.
(D. OP N. 'fifl.)
Office, No. 1 134 L Street, Ground Floo.
Hours, 7 to 9 a.m.; i to 3 and 7 to 8 P.M.
The Commercial Barber Shop
DOES THE BEST WORK.
Tho Finest Hath Rooms in tho City.
Student putrotiago solicited. Agency (or tho llrat
1KO N. 11th Street
At 1010 O Street,
IS THE BARBER SHOP FOR STUDENTS
G-1VJM US A. TRIAL.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
PUCOINELLI BROS., Props.,
ITraite and Confectionery,
NUTS. OIO. AND TOIAOOO.
BpecUl attention glren to student and (arallj
trade. Qooda dellrered to all parUol the city.
V.W. Cor. o an4 Utb Bl.
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