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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1895)
Freflhinnn cadet "Ih that tho now
What do you know? Wrltu It up for
(loo. Sheldon nnd wlfo weru vlRltnrn
l tlu unlvorHlty Woilncmlay.
Ilcnrd nt a prof.'H roll call: Mr.
Minllli. Mr. JonuH, Mr. Hrown.
That flrflt local In our lost Issue wan
Inti'iidi'il for a Joke. Ho was tho hocoihI
c. a. Skinner In anBlstliiK In tho phys
ic inlmiutory and doing noHt-Krnduato
Mr. Max WoHtormann took hln buiii
,.r vacation by going to Omaha lust
Prof. Hraeo returned last week from
Germany where ho hiiH been spending
MIhm UobblnB, of the library force,
went east last Batnrday. She will be
,;onu two months.
Lieutenant J'orslilng has presented
the PorahliiB ltllles with a complete set
.if company books.
With Korsmeyer and Culver fut-i-aides
this year Company U oxpects to
xperlenee all kinds of 'heps."
You can secure The Nebraskan for
ii-n cento a month if you prefer to pay
r.i It that way. Kvory one can afford
The football practices Wednesday
and Thursday evenings looked as If
tin' men Intended to como out In Rood
Students have not yet learned the
new arrangement of books, and there
Ih still some confusion In the new Il
The football team goes away a
week from tomorrow night for a ton
days' trip. Sixteen men wlll.be taken
The Y. M. C. A. Invite all young men
In tho university to attend an apple
social In 1'alladlan Hall Saturday even
ing, October G.
The classes In elective chemistry are
small this year, the quantitative nmil
VhIs class having live members and
"Still they come!" Professor Mc
I.eort must have thought as he watch
ed his Kugllsh cIbbs string into the
' Impel Tuesday afternoon.
I'rof. Owens returned from Germany
und Is very much Improved In health.
The professor looks as though he had
doubled In weight since last June.
Tho Society of Klectrlcnl Engineers
have decided to give their annual ex-
hlhlt on Charter Eve, tho evening be-
f"ie Charter Day, February 14, 189G.
All students, who during the summer
have had occasion to render "First Aid"
in emergency cases are earnestly re-
'luested to communicate with Dr. Clark.
Tne Palladlans will present "The
Cuurtshlp.of Miles StaudJah" on. Friday
veiling. A large calcium light will
I used to give the tableaux tho proper
Tho registration ,lii the sophomore
Kugllsh class amounts to 1M0. It took
I'rof. McLeod nearly onu-hnlf hour to
cull the roll at the first meeting of the
Miss Maud Hammond, after nor year's
i'"tljig at Yule, Is attending the unl
enity this year. Shu. Intends to take
her M. A. hero and hor I'll. D. next
year at Yalo.
Tho registration now approximates
1,000 with prospects of reaching over
1,200. Considering that the preparatory
year was dropped, It Is larger than It
was last year.
In English, Professor: 'Is It Miss Clara
or MIsh Margaret Countryman that Is
present?" Voice from tho jrear of
chapel: "I am.'' And then tho class wont
Harry Shodd, 13. A. Wlggonhorn and
Orlo llrown wore- Initiated Into the mys
teries of Phi Kappa Psl last Friday ev
ening. Tho fraternity Is to bo congratu
lated upon Its wise choice.
Captain Wilson arrived a little late,
but as ho attends the law school his
appearance could hardly bo expected
sooner. He was out and took charge
of the moil Thursday evening.
Coach Thomas has been presented
with a pass admitting himself and ton
nion to tho privileges of tho sulpho-sa-llno
bath-house. Tho proprietors may
be sure that their kindness Is appre
ciated. King and Shuo aro both attending
football practice. They will strength
en tho team considerably. Shuo will
take his old position as end, and King
as halb-back will inako the best one In
Mr. Oury, the present manager of thu
"Co-op." wants It understood that he
Is tiulte willing to place tho company on
a more co-operntlvo basis If It Is pos
sible to get tho students enough Inter
ested to make It so.
Tho Kansas game will be th'e only
league game played In Lincoln this
year. It Is scheduled for November
10, and everybody wants to watch tho
corners save the nlckles and you can
alTord to attend It.
Prof. Allen to tne class In Freshman
Phiz: "Now when you are told to
weigh anything you aro supposed to do
It somewhat-ah-more accurate than n
modern cool dealer weighs coal." (Pro
longed cheers from the class.)
Overhead In cloak room: Miss A "I
think I have hay fever again this fall.
Have you shown uny symptoms, Miss
U?" Miss It "Well, I haven't noticed
it, but come to think bf it, i really be
lieve my fever Is turning Hay-ward."
The shelves have been removed from
the old library rooms, and the wood
work Is being painted and tho walls
newly papered. When ready, one room
will be used by the law school, and the
other as a society hall, by the Dellans.
Prof. Fossler has been giving the
third year German olass a series of
very protltnhle lectures on tho construc
tion and development of the drama,
as u prologue to tlm study of Emilia
Galottl, Marie Stuart und Wallensteln.
The way that Doc Everett has of com
ing up to you und saying, "A half a dol
lar please," und smoling that beauti
ful bland smile of his, Is simply Irresist
ible. If Doc doesn't get the athletic as
soclutlon out of debt it will not bo his
Jutnes Searson was In Grand Island
Inst Saturday looking after tho populist
convention that mot In that city. Some
of his friends say that ho got so ex
cited that ho couldn't llnd his hat until
a friend kindly informed him that he
had it In his hand.
Missionary meeting Sunday, October
C, a til p. in. In chapel. Topics: "Needs
of the Foreign Field." "Personal Re
sponsibility." Presentation of the
work in tho U. of N. for the coming
year. I-endor: Mr. Axllng. Como nnd
bring some one with you.
Chnncollor MacLean has had a busy
time for tho last week. Thursday ho
delivered an address at llrokou How,
Saturday ovonlng ho spoko boforo tho
C. 10. convontlon In Nebraska City,
aim on Sunday he addressed tho ChrlS"
thin associations of the university.
Mr. Hugh Walker has been fooling
(Itilto elated this week. Here Is a quo
tation from Chancellor MuoL-enn:
"When I seo soma of the professors 1
think that thoy aro students, but when
I,s o yoi:, Mr. Walker, I think you aro
an Instructor." All hall Professor
The missionary committees of the
Y. M. C. A. und Y. W. C. A. will ralso
$200 this year toward tho support of
John h, Marshall, Jr., U. of N '93,
traveling secretary of tho student vol
unteer movement for foreign missions
for the western states. The three state
universities of Iowa ralso fiU0 of tho
$700 necessary for expenses. Tho U. of
N. Is glad for this privilege to help tho
cause of missions through one of Us
At a business mooting of the English
club Saturday Miss Itrondy was elected
secretary to 1111 the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Mr. Gray. After ap
pointing a committee consisting of
I'rof. Adams. N. C. Abbott and Norman
Shrevo to draw up a constitution to re
place tho old one, which has been lost,
adjournment was taken until Sat
urday evening when the club will meet
at tho residence of Miss Wirt.
Professor Fling Is to have a seminar
room In the new library building, and
the books used by tho advanced classes
will be kept there. Each seminar stu
dent Is to have a key to this room
and no others will bo admitted. The
students In the period of tho French
revolution aro waiting anxiously for
the library to be completed. They think
It will seem delightfully scholarly and
exclusive to have a study room from
which tho common herd aro excluded.
The university Hlble clause, which
were established In the various churches
Inst year, are becoming very popular
and bonellolul. The professors in
chnrgo report largo attendance und in
creasing interest. The Hlble is studied
us a literary text. The classes meet at
i'l noon, and are conducted as follows:
Professor Wilson, Baptist church; Pro
fessor Sherman, Methodist; Professor
Candy, Presbyterian; Professor Dunn,
Congregational; Professor Barber,
Christian. All students of the universi
ty are urged to attend.
DEBATING ASSOCIATION MEETS.
The debating association by call of
the secretary meets In the chapel Mon
day, Oct. 7th, at 1 o'clock, to consider
the fallowing proposed amendments
to the constitution:
Section '2. Tho Judgest for the pre
liminary debates shall be tho following
members of thefaculty of the unlvers
Ity of Nebraska: Tho professor of
English, the professor of American
history, tho professor of European his
tory, tho professor of English literature
and the dean of tho law school. All or
any three of them shall be competent to
decide tho debate.
Section 3. Tho same set of Judges
shall act as Judges In the final contest
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