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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1895)
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Tnum is iin (tii'sti( ii but what ilu-1
MisKotui jjninc will ho the n iiiii' I
ol llu- Mfiison, ik miv l" tin1
playeis what kinil ul pi act in Ihi'V h.ivc i
had this week .mil tlu-v will tell you it is J
the best they hnvi h ul the vein, ami
that then teaiuwoik is Mortowhit
it was at the lown u.niie last Tlinnks
Kivnig. This means a great ileal to those in
t'-iiilinjj to n" to Onuih'i toiuonow, nnl
it melius that if on .no lot j;oinj mi
ought to go Anyone w ho has made up
Ins mind to go Thanksgiving and not to
morrow hhouhl change it tight now. '1 ho
Missouri game is the one we want to
win. If wo stand a ghost of a show lot
the cup this year we will have to piny a
pretty stiff game tomorrow Missouri is
in the field to win. So are we The
The game will be the best of the season.
Again, few. if any, have seen Missouri's
team, with then tiger stuped sweateis
Then nil are a little i urioiis to know
what a team can do ili.it has been
coached b a leal livi i.isteni college
foot ball pi n et Laurie I'liss' lame hn
extended aliioad lie 'm ists th it he has
a team which would gie some of his
old eastern -.'lends n hi'iltussU With
its 3,500 tippiopriatiou and imported
coach, what ought they to do!
Hut if Nebraska wiiib! What a boast
lor oneh spectator that he was really
there! He saw how that last six niches
was made-saw the long run of Nebras
ka's right or left half the machine-like
inteiference. And it's all his own glory
to tell to room mate or prof , parents or
friends He helped with yelling at a
critical time he urged them on. And
what u t me he had, with all his yelling,
tftuent, u itul ride with a jolly
fi miss it.'
Tin? Pershing Rifle have taken a def
inite step toward securing the Armorv
for university niilitaiy d.unes. They
have appointed a coinmituo. What the
members of this committee have ac
complished by this tune we do not know,
but we were informed by one of them
that he wont down town to see a stenog
rapher about getting a petition. The
stenographer was out and the petition is
not et drawn up.
e hope the Pershing Killes meet with
success in their request 01 conine the
sunning of the Aruiiiv for such pui
poses will be a dillicult matter probabh ,
as it is not the province of an educa
tional institution to encourage sin h
amusements Hut il the demands aio
leasonable their request ought to becom
plied with There is 110 haim to be (lone.
It would not do, however, to throw open
the doors oi the Armoiv promiscuously
and too generously lor sin h occasions.
The number of times it could be secuinl
should bt limited to two 01 thieeduutiK
the school Near and should be given tm
militar) soiials only. heu once might
htifiice ll it couldn't bt seemed oltener .
Then an annual tnillt.it ball could be
given by the whole h.m.illiou and made
the feature of the y 11 111 alfairs mill
This use of the Ariinn ought certainly
to be gianted to some m.iiii.itioii for
some occasions dm nig the vear, and .is
the Pershing Killes b ivisi.uud the agi
tation, it ought to b planted to them
Ai'TlCR this date Tun Ni'.iiuask.vn
subscribers will find then papers 111
boxes provided for the put pose 111 Tin,
Ni'.miASKAN office. I'or the first few
weeks before our subscription list was
well filled, we could afford this general
distribution by means of putting them
in the boxes In the main hall Our phil
anthropy in this direction ends with this
issue. If you want jour paper left in
the boxes upstairs leave jour name with
one of the edjtgra or at the olhce If you
think it too much trouble to go down
stairs, we will be very willing to do this.
We will put it upstairs and guarantee
that you receive it There is a way of
squelching the paper thief th.it proves
n ellective A little publicity, which
we would just as soon donate him as not,
will lix him so he will not desire to take
another papet vety soon To take an
other's paper is a little thing, hut il has
caused us lots of trouble and wo moun to
stop il. Hut lenieinber you can have
youi paper upstaits if you want It thoto.
AROUND THG 0AMPU8.
If tho Alimtuur Thospiun was not.
! pi-nnitli'd to rpiimln tinniolcslud Unit
aiernoon, It ci'rlalnly waa not his own
fault lor ho hud tiiUun m'ory priu'iiution
against Intrusion. Hi! hud chosen tho
bench fnrthroat from tho walk anil sat
with his hark turned squnrHy on tho
p.isscihy Mo had Just taken a Irosh
cigar frmn his pnekot and was lighting
it in a painstaking tuanuot wIiimi ho
lie, ml the gong ring in tho main build
ing mid ho remembered that ho had a
i l.iss in Huikt'siHMiro Ho did not. as
on. would naturally oxpert, Jump up
1 1 0111 his -nut. t hiow Ids cigar away and
hum into lisa. lie nioioly cU'vatcd
Iin evi'lMowsii lit t lo and blown thin
cloud ol iiiioko into tho ui' in a niodi
t.itivo fashion. "Kvidonlly," ho said
to himscli, "that bell moans that my
el.i-s is about io lako up and if 1 don't
gel in I bore pretty soon thoro is a
stioiur possibility that I will ho marked
absent." This startling conclusion
soi'iiu-d to anutso hi in and ho blow
aiiollior cloud of sinoko into tho still
air to show how far ho was above such
potty things as tho praiso or consuro of
anv professor. 1 1 u looked at tho carpot
ol loaves at his foot and at tho sun,
shining through tho thin llcceo of
clouds. "It is really a sin to lock one's
s li in doors on a day like this," he
soliloquized gravely, "and since 1 don't
cue to add 1111 to my generous oate
iroiy of oiigiual sins, 1 think I had bet
ter not go 111 ut all today." Ho seemed
quite pleased at his own brilliancy and
smiled in a self-congratulatory sort, of
a va . To toll the truth, the Amatnor
Tm'spi.tu rairly prais'd except as a 10
sult of introspection. To invent such
a plausablo excuse seemed quite unus
ual to him, for although he had prided
himself a great deal as a philosopher
and a cynic, he had heretofore made no
pretensions as a logician, and tho new
Held opened up to him pieased him
vastly. I Io had certainly discovered a
now talout and he began to blow a
series of rings by way of celebration.
Ho was feeling very comfortable when
me sanies .ian came along in his af
'When is tho .Dramatic Clth going
out?" said tho Ladies Man, coming up
behind him rather abruptly.
The Amatuer Thespian took his
cigar irom his mouth and twisted his
luad around to see who it was, then ho
turned around again and blow some
mote rings into the air. lie was al
ways provukingly dehbei.ilo when he
was aiinoved. 1'icseiitly he said in a
dry tono, "Did you ask that because
you wanted to know or just because
you though it wus a good oponing
(.)." leplied the Ludloh Man 011
whom such a romark was bountifully
lost, "J was just wondering. 1 was
thinking thoro were some parts you
could act out of sight. For Instance, I
think you ought to do well in tho 'Isle
ol Champagne,' " and ho grinned in
anely at this astounding display of wit.
Tim Amatuer Thespian did not pay
the slightewt heed lo this lling. Clinm
pa'iie was lar too serious a subject
with him to admit of frivolous com
ment. Ho felt quitu relieved when ho
saw the hhy Youth, tho Commissioned
Ollicer and tho MudioiiH Kid coming
liom one direction ami tho Haritouo
sauntering up from tho other, 0110 hand
slipped into a vortical trousers pocket.
The Commissioned Ollicer sat down on
the bench by the Amatnor Thespian
and looked I'm lively at tho cigar which
he hud stuck up in his mouth at an
angle of forty-llvo degrees. The Ama
tuer Thespian could easily toll what
was going on in iho mind of tho Com
missioned Olllcor, and he said, ".No, I
haven't another one. This cigar was
given 1110 by the llanjo Fiend," and ho
took It between his llrst two fingers ami
gaod at it affectionately.
Tho Commissioned Olllcor was cru
elly disappointed, for tho Jlanjo Fiend
not only smoked 'jooil cigars, but ho
gave good cigar" away, winch Is rather
'How am I to soo all tho racos next
week on that?" said tho Commissioned
Olllcor, as ho look twonty-oight cents
In vory small change from his pocket
and surveyed his pile critically.
"You probably won't," said the Shj
"You might 'hit tho fence,"' sug
gest od tho Marllouo, In a tone implying
that he had hutverj recently outgiown
such tricks hiinsMf.
.None of theso gratuitous suggestions
Boeinod lo oonuntuiil themselves to tho
Impecunious Commissioned Olllcor. and
ho continued to giv.e pathetically at tho
meager array of coin In his hand.
"You might put your pile on tho
races for tho llrst day and win enough
to go tho remaining three," said tho
Amatnor Thespian, as ho knocked oil"
tho ashes of his cigar onto the trousers
of tho Ladles Man.
"You would stand more cluinco of
losing than winning," suggested tho
Studious Kid, wh.) always figured ovory
thing out mathematically.
"I suppose I might borrow It, ven
tured tho Commissioned Olllcor tim
idly. At this goiitlo hint they all mado
haste to change the subject
Tho Amatuer Thespian felt a com
motion on his loft and looked to see If
the wind had sprung up, but it was only
the Professional Flirt sweeping up tho
walk. The Ladles Man abruptly left
the gtoupand huvri'.d in hor direction.
As she passed, sin- gave tho Aimituor
Thespian a lightning glance with a pair
of innocent looking blue eyes, which
was supposed to capture everyone who
saw it. It had very little olVect on tho
Amatuer Thespian, who had no heart,
to speak of and. did not rave over u
girl "whose art," as ho expressed it,
"was so glaringly apparent."
The Ladies Man thought litis glance
was meant for him, and was conse
quently nu'."h elated.
"Why is it," said the Studious Kid,
gazing intently over toward the south
stops where tie) Leading Lady was
charming the Now Student, "why is it
that the old girls jilways chase up tho
new fellows to wate their smiles on?"
Tho Amatuer Thespian laughed
"Yes," said thtj Commissioned Olli
cer, "and why do the old fellows rush
tho now girls?" ;
"I don't see why you need to ask
both questions, ' (said tho Amatuer
"Why not?" ask
Ollleer and tho t-taueously.
"I'.ecauso," said the Amatnor Tlies.
plan calmly, "theione is the natural
sequence of tho other. You seo it is
this 5ju:,'.' lie UilibAuiukine a longjiulV
on his cigar so that it would not go out
while he was speaking, "when a no w
girl comes hero she is generally rushed
to death, that is if nlio is a good looker,
or can give the impression that she is,
and if this lasts to 'the end of the year,
.tudious Kid, siiiiul-
sho gets into hor si
about as right as
that she was cut
popular society gi
they are surprised
of ilieir wonderful
lost in the shullle, 1
selves on, they c
place. On the thir
their former llame.s
and ho is forced to
low or go without
took another pull
generally 'grab' wii
"That's right." 1
tone, "this social s
rent. Tho llrst yi
held up, the seeouj
witha little iiHistil
she must grab sol
drift onto tho haul!
The Ilarltono fel
his simile, and evt
"It Takes Nine Tailors to Make a Man,"
How many know tho origin of this
Anyone bringing tho correct answer
lo our cutter, L. A Uumstoad, will re
ceive tlokotH for tho pressing of one
suit or two pairs trousers.
Let us add that our tailors aro tho
host to boha.i In Lincoln, and wo mako
strictly up to date clothing, perfect
lilting and satisfactory wearing.
Let ti3 make your next suit .
Our prices will agree with your l(leaH
Paine, Warfei & Biimstead, 1136 0 St
mCOHSERYATORY DIHIHG HALL
Corner Htli and R Streets.
"Will Seat SO People.
Regular' Board at SB3.50.
I RIPANS I
oxi: oivi:s m:i.u-:r. E
If You Don't Know It
lly head that she is
Ihey mako 'em. and
ut and fitted as a
kl. Well, next vear
to Hud that a little
upularity liu boon
nt by helping them-
in still hold their
l year, however, all
are after new girls
grasb somonew fol-
my, and" hero ho
on his cigar "tho y
h great alacrity."
cquiesced tho H.iri-
vim has agreatcur-
ar a girl is always
I sho helps herself
ncu, but after that
io new swimmer or
t quite pleased with
u looked up to the
J. A. SMITH,
It is time you learn tho advantages
of dealing directly with tho inanu
fauturor.s. It is not alone tho sav
ing in price that V- of cousequuuco
ullhotign that is a big item, but it
is tho certainty of satisfaction and
'.heiiarauteod quality and lit that
the makers of line clothing aloiio
can ivo you.
uur eiotning is prnenjitTry" to
order. It it isn't rigfit, wo iro tlio
Milferors, and wo nuiKo it as right
can bo. Wo don't poneit anyone
to mako bettor goods.
We have a Full Line
Of Furnishing Good.s, always
correct in stylo.
As also wo aro leaders and tho
only practical llatlors in tho city,
ll you wish to havo tho corroot btylo
cut on us and seo for yoursolt.
BKOWNING, KING & CO.,
1013 to 1019 0 Street,
lpant anb Suit Co.
West half of Trunk lfrctory
1227 O St.
All Wool Pants Made to Order
I'irkt-clnss ami Kuurntitccd to ll( S3 th IS.
JO, ;u id ii;iul3.
JiS. JlS, 2o, and up.
Overcoatings and Vostings
W. R. DENNIS & CO.
Hats, Furnishing Goods
First-Class Goods at Reason
1137 O ST.
AT POPULAR PRICES.
9 sold by tho yard
. etc. Few unci
suits at your own price.
Goods sold by tho yard and ends (or boy's
jiiiiiii, etc. row uncaacu tor pants aim
O. R. OAKLEY.
0. XT. HOX.COM, Cutter.
1105 O 5BTREET,
HUTCHINjS & HYATT
At Red-iQ Rates.
1040 0 St. I TalophonoIte5.
Sables' nub (gent's
(Brill nb 0yster parlors
Short Orders a Specialty
All the Delicacies of the Season
A Call will Convince Yon.
Open All Night.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Auburn, Falls City,
Atchison, St. Joseph,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1201 0 Street,
XX. O, TOWNBEND. Gon'l P. ft X. A,
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It is iho RIGHT way
Pay moro and vou are ex
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you are uncomfortable.
The newest, brightest,
cleanest and easiest rid
ing Tourist SleeperH are
used for our
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Thursday morning reach-
. ing San Francisco Sunday
evening, and Los Angeles
j Monday noon.
You can join them at
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