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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1895)
MIbs Julln Wort wns sick Inst week,
but Is back nt work ngnln.
Allan Congdon Is tutoring n numbor
ot students In mnthemntlcs.
Tho law clnss rccolveil a largo In
volco of law books this week.
Miss Mary Robblns, catnloguor, hns
returned from a visit In tho cast.
Ward Illldroth spent Thanksgiving
hunting on tho Platto near Ashland.
Several of our professors delivered
lectures during tho Thanksgiving va
cation. Tho university will closo Friday,
December 20, for the Christmas va
cation. The Ashland club held a reception
while homo on the Thanksgiving va
cation. Mr. Walter Stophcr has quit school
for this year on account if his poor
S. E. Clnrk. county superintendent
of Saunders county, wns visiting his
son this week.
Freshman (after rending a society
news Item): "Is the punch room the
The soph, class in mathematics un
der Professor Davis, took up solid ge
ometry this week.
Several original rhymes were given
at the Union feed. McGuffcy and
Shreve were the victims.
Allan Congdon, Lee Holdcn and Guy
Howard spent Thanksgiving at Weep
ing Water with their parents.
Miss Margaret Hall started to New
York on Tuesday. She and her mother
will reside there in the future.
An effort will be made to hold a
university dance in the new art rooms
before they are finaly occupied.
Professor Lucy will address the
Saunders County Teachers' association
-Krlfiay. December 6. at Wahob.
Omaha people are beginning to think
the 'Varsity football team is all right,
if Its members do temporarily roslde
Those -who wish to have seats re
served for the charity concort may
leave tholr names with Mr. Westcr
niann, at the treasurer's office.
Some of the students who burnt the
steps at the library building Thanks
giving evening arc finding It rather ex
pensive to celebrate in that manner.
Someone has askcd."DId Nebraska
hold the cup this year?" Yes, the de
sign lay on a Co-op shelf for six weeks.
We ho;e Kansas will enjoy it as much
as we did.
E. E. Tyler, who has been teaching
the sciences at the Lincoln Polytech
nic institute, is taking up advanced
work In our geology and botany de
partments. An examination for preparatory stu
dents conditioned In chemistry last
oar. will be held in the chemical lect
ure room at 10 o'clock, Saturday. Do-
Professors Wo'.fe, Luckey, Sherman,
Caldwell and Fling have moved their
dejrtmonts to the library building
and are getting well settled in their
In the midst of all our vociferations
to the effect that "We are the Stuff,"
we cannot forget that there s a college
In Iowa where they wear the Scarlet
and the Black.
Col. A. L. Ulxby of the Journal, says
be thinks he will purchase a pair of
upholstered bloomers and apply for
the position of r-sntcrfleld on Nebras
ka's foot ball team.
See our special line of f 15 suits made
to order. Special bargains In pants,
13.75. a good overcoat, $10. George
W. Fraser, agent for Independence
Wool MTg Co., 131 N. 11th sL
The literary societies will have no
Soo our lino of Ovorconts.
If you wnnt neckwear that Is up to
dnte go o the Ewlng Clothing Co. They
are tho lenders In Furnlshlnp Goods:
oxL'rcl80s Friday evening, In ordor that
nil tho students mny liavo an oppor
tunity to nttend 'tho preliminary de
bate In tho chapel Ihnt evening.
Mr. E. A. Senrson, 98, and Miss Not
tlo Henderson, woro ninrrlcd in Dnllns,
Toxns, last week. Both of theso young
people woro In school tho first of this
year. Tho Ncbraskan joins with their
many friends in wishing them n long
and prosperous life.
The clnss of '97 met November 2G
nnd voted down tho project of Issuing
tho Sombrero. A meeting will bo held
Tuesday, December 10, to appoint com
mittees for the Junior Prom. They
promise io mnko it the event of tho
season, to make up for tholr failure to
get out the Annual.
The Pall Feed this year was as it al
ways has been n glorious success.
There were about eighty participants.
The chancellor spent a short time with
the party, to the delight of everyone
present. One characteristic of these
feeds is their informality. Needless to
say, this 13 a pleasing characteristic.
.Messrs. White and Lyon received a
box from Now York Thanksgiving
time. It was from home, you know.
Tho boys invited in all their friends
and set to, but could not eat all the
good things, -io last seen of the
party Friday evening they were run
ning around a block and were going
back to finish up.
Professor Sherman will deliver an
address In the university chapel next
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, before
the Christian associations. The sub
ject of the lecture will be: "Spiritual
Law In he Natural World." This Is
the same lecture Professor Sherman
delivered at Chautauqua, N. Y., last
summer, which was so highly spoken
i no now time shedule went into ef
fect Monday evening. We now have a
fifty-minute recitation time and a ten
minute intermission. Thirty minutes
Is allowed for chapel from 9:5 to
10:20. Classes dismiss at 12:10 now
instead of 12:00. The ten-minute in
termission is to give students plenty of
time to go from one side of the campus
to the other.
The chancellor addressed the South
western Teacher's association at Ox
ford, Friday evening. His audience
was quite large and his address well
received. Professor Lucky also deliv
ered a very scholarly address at the
same place Saturday morning on
"Child Study." J. W. Crabtree pro
nounced It the finest thing of the kind
he ever heard.
The Ashland club met and reorgan
ized last week. The next meeting will
be held Monday evening, when the club
will be addressed by Chancellor Mc
Lean, Superintendent Ovcrbolt of the
Ashland high school and others. The
object of the club is to promote social
intercourse among the Ashland stu
dents and act as a sort of con
necting link between the high school
and Ihft university. The members are
Mrs. Warfel, Mlssos Mansfelde, Du
Bols, Wilson, Hcilman, Arnold, Bird
sail, Butte, Jury, Bedford, Campbell,
Messrs.. Clarke, WIggenhom, Brook,
Graves. Crabtree, Williams, Fisher,
Smith, George and Harry Shedd, B. J.
and J. E. Almy.
Tlie Flrrnimi' IComaiiee.
"You are out with 3Iiss Box'"
"Yes, Iter father putiin extinguisher
on the affair."
"You've done sparking, then?"
2fo, Vxo gone ha."; to an old flame."
The Two Hoeka.
'The immigrant from England are
called the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth
Bock." mid the teacher.
"And did those from Ireland land oh
the aim in rock'r" asked Jimmie Dinwid
dle. Tjilr Froper Xpberce.
The ral and the hen liavo theli proper
At everything earthly mint;
And wlieieit a lien can lay an ejrjj.
It lake tho rain to lay tlieduM
vant aro wo to bo thnnkful for?
Thnt our nthlotlo association can closo
tho sonson out of debt.
Tho Lincoln news ngonoy, headquar
ters for news, .magazines and novels.
Harper's Century, Munsoy's, Scrlbnor's,
Cosmopolitan afed other periodicals al
ways in stock, N. E. corner Eloventh
nnd O streets, Richard block, J. E. t
Burlington's personally conducted
excursions to Utah and California. A
Pullmnn tourist sleeping car will leave
Lincoln every Thursday nt 12:15 ip.
m. for Denver, Salt Lake, Ogden, San
Frnnclnco and Los Angeles. Only $5
for a double berth Lincoln to Los An
geles in one of these cars. Remember
there is no change of cars. For full in
formation nnd tickets npidy at Bur
lington & Missouri depot or city ticket
olllcc, corner Tenth and O streets.
a. W. Bonnell, C. P. & T. A.
lCcvcrlca of it oiircllttl oitl Hcnu.
JIow dear to niy lieiirl iiro the loves of my
When fond rvenlleutlon presents them to
With Kutle and lltesln I roamed In tho wild
wood. With Susie, sweet Pliooue, and Winifred.
And as I crow older Until. Stella. Kldolla,
Evancellne. 'Tlldii. Ann. Polly. Irene.
Oraee Nimiilc. Maud. Uosle, Jane, Eunice,
Blanch. Miriam. Jesle. Kva. !bel and Noll,
All worshiped my Image. Penelope, Callle,
And Hut here wo Mopped lilit. With faco
Kravn and Mileinu
lie showed u a 11 -a that would fill a whole
rniln:: the I.ln;.
1'vo loved the clrl of ev'ry laid
Our own dear occidental
Delightful iluMis oke the dark
Sleek slant-orbed oriental,
AH -oris, by turns, liavo touched my
Greek, Yankee. Turk and Danish
But O. my Uiy. I ean't abide.
The maiden who Is mannish.
There' the Hub.
Mis. P.tsveneer It isquitondolicato
question to know just whom to invito
to ii party.
Mrs. Unliam Upham Not nt all; tho
delicacy comes in knowing whom not
Ctiplit I'mler Arrest.
Mr. Pull am (about to propose) Miss
San ford. 1 tun Holloing to say what I
wanUd to nij nn hour ago. Can you
not i.es, fmni my eyes, what it is?
Miss Sanford Do von mean "Good
night":" You look sleepy.
lie scents to Ito.
Mrs. Slings Young' Mr. Dinwiddio
Is a bachelor of arts, isn't he?
Sna:Ts 1 Hityfvosv that's what you
might i all him. He has escajed the
wiles ol uoin.-nso f.ir.
IF YOU KNOW.
that I have
for half soling in the neate
the latest point shoes ami up-todate
styles, it would pay you to bring all
your shoe repair work to UK) South 13th
?t. All work guaranteed. J. Ill
The Funke Opera House Block
I is the place to gtt your Choice Ameri-
en Beauty and Uobcs of any shade.
.ll IKlllUUS .111(1 ail IIUl.ll llUllv IJIIillalll-
teed. Decorations a specialty.
FKEY & FREY.
P. R. BRAUN,
MILLER & PAINE,
1235 to 1239 O St
Jeweler, Optician, and Engraver.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, SILVERWARE,
JEWELRY, ETC., ETC.
All goods sold engrnved free of cbargo, nnd no chargo mado for examining
1 143 O Street. - - Lincoln, Neb.
CHARLES B. GREGORY,
Sealer in all kinds of
c o a :l,-
Office, 1100 0 Street
Yards, 14th t Y Sts.
Nos. 343 ft 345.
Is tho Proper Place to got your Meals.
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS
ALL YO0R FELLOW STUDENTS BOARD HERE.
1130 N ST
A. G. 0SHER, PROP.
HLCOHSERYATORY DIMM HALL
Corner II th and R Streets.
' VlrtlAi"' .mV df-
Private Sappers and Banquets
served in the best style on short notice
Short Orders a Specialty
All the Delicacies of the Season
A Call will Convince Yon.
Open All Hight.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND
rUNMCElLI BKOS., Props.
FEUITS AND CONFECTIONERY.
HnU. Cigar, and Tobacco.
Hpectol attention irlra to atadent and famllj
trade. Uool dellreied to all parta of the citjr.
Jf.W. Cor. O and 12Ui Sts,
"Will Seat SO n?eople.
Regular IBoard at SB3.50.
Cor. 14th & M
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OJJJi-?a N, CDDAOl'A
l 11 buinwirii
' jjjJBTlfe iir
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OPEN AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT.
SULPHO-SALINE BATH HOUSE AND SANITARIUM
AM. FOUM8 OP IIATII.H TarkMi. HdmIud. Itornnn. Kfectrle. wib tperiM attmtinr. to th nppll.
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Office, No. 1134 L St, Ground Floor
HOURS, 7 TO O A.M.; 1 TO 3
AND 7, TO 8 P M.
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327-331 North Twelfth St.
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