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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1896)
Minn Gnnton vIhHw! ClilonRO tlnrliw
Ami ntlll iho Henlnra nro Htminnlim
oxer onis nml koxxmih.
,lolm C lox'c of Omnha xx"na n vlnltor
ntiUio "nn1" on Momlny.
U Vllnon upon tlio holUlnya vls
llliiR nt Onlwnton, Tox,
Tho iMrcinlno, xxMiloh wh irivon to
tlx nnlx-orslty, tlloil Thuvstlny,
MIsh Noah ma l.oo spoivt tho vnon
ilnn nt hor homo In Monroo, Mloh.
Will flivon, formerly 'J7, Is conspicu
ous nrouml the hnlte, onjoylng a short
V o. nntl A, .1. Wnrron wont home
lust Siuulny to flrlonl their slHler's
The Junior nro wrostllnfi: hard for
tho promoiwuK Tickets nro limited to
Mkwx SlnuRhtor, lllssr, Fotohot and
Namco wilt Rlo n lwixty in Tnslnp hnll
Tho Y. M. C. A. Is .trying to eH-tnl!Mi
a rnulInK room In their "bottom" mis
sion in Lincoln.
rhl Delta Thorn gnvo n touplo of
vory onjoynhle pnr-Hos In 'lliolr hnll dur
ing tho holiday.
Wo soo hy tho lonV(ls that the puhllo
.vponUnp olnss will settle tho Venozuola
qiioxt Ion Monday.
Tho ncta wro mvomi with a fine
Hoivnwlo ly tho university rIoo club
Tho KxnnROllst boards .ent out by
tin " M i A. iHinnpr ilu vacation
roj ort r.xwI success.
H. 10. N'owbmnoh's "Through Col
onxl Glosses" In tho Courlor Is causing
a UMlo flu titer of oxoltomont.
Tho thomo department xvas kopt very
busy during vacation In disposing of nn
vorsupply of tho cnrmlno llulrt.
Tho Dollnus hnv ilxoilupnroslnimln
tlu ir now hnll find their nlumnl will be
the Hi st to uso It Frldny evening.
Miss ICthol Gillespie of Republican
City Is now at tho conservatory (taking
a short course on ithe practice clavier.
"xVJio Is the merry-facod lad with hair
thnt sits nt tho window of itho Windsor
hotol at noontlmo eincl takes so much
Intercut In the university folks passing
Koiluecil Prions on nil WIntor Clollt
And now tho impoounloun youth looks
longingly nt his boi girl and wondora
If she will tnko pity nwn him by doing
tho "lonp .war not" Wbrunry 12,
Tho Ashland olub will hold Its next
mooting tho latter iwrt of tho mouth.
Thoy will ontortnln tho fnoulty nnd
nnd senior olnss of tho Ashland high
Thoro wns n Invitation loft in tho ntu
dent's mnll box nddivssod to Mr, Wil
son. Aw thoro nro unconntod numbers
of Wilsons In school, who doos It bo
Tnifosor Taylor will tnlk to tho Vo
llltcnt IBoonomy olub noxt Woiluo.mlny
on tho mooting of tho American lSeon
omto nsHoelntlon, which ho nWonrteit
during tho holidays.
O. O. Whipple, whoso formor cata
logue iveovd ivnd "Oklahoma," will
hereafter soo it printed Lincoln, NcAi.,
ns his tviroiits nix now residents of tho
copltnl city of Nebraska.
There wna a Inrgo number of lust year
students who nttondoit tho stato tenoli
era' nssoolntlon. W. 13. Kirk, Frank
ltrown. S. 11. Martin nnd Georgo Town
wore nniong the number.
The stock of the nnldwln nros.' talor
Ing estnbHshmont hns boon purchnsed
by r.iiliio, Wnrfol & Kumstoad, who now
carry 1ho best ossomcAl and largest lino
or tailoring gwous mu m. i
Tho famiors' dinner tho other day was
'htsrhly enjoyed by nhoso students for
.tunnJo enough to get a. "bid." Ronl
live cream nnd .homo onnnod doughnuts
vtt r.oolly to most of thesiuSents.
Tho olnss of 'OS wns pleasantly en
tertained nt the nil Kappa rsl house
one' evening during tho vacation.
Sovwnl university boys ore running
university columns In their homo
The IT. R p. C, will discuss tho ques
tion "Uesolvod, Thnt Greenbacks Should
be Wlthdnrwn From Circulation." The
nlllrmntlvo spenkers nro Hnko nnd
Mngulre, nnd the negative Loin nnd
Tho senior olnss hns boon seriously at
wfrk trying o fix up n. sohemo fOr
aiding needy students financially. Tho
plnn proposed wns a permanent com
mittee to receive and distribute contri
butions of the olnss.
The rhl Kappa rsl fraternity hold a
little reunion nt their ehnpter house
rhango f name for the olub, which
w.uild oonm-et It moiv wuii tho unl
orslty nt Innre, Two more members of
tho inngnxlue will be publlshod.
11. n. Whllmoi, '05, Ir now editor of
tho Lincoln Weekly Herald. This Is
tho paper formerly run by Calhoun un
der whoso control it commanded muoh
lullueneo. rubllcatlon wns suspended
shortly nfiler "Cal" loft for Florida, M r.
Wihltmoro's ability in lhl lino of wirk
Is undoubted and no doubt he will slvhie
In his now position. Ho was the founder
of Tho Nobmsknn, which he managed
with grent success dung tw ycai's of
lits college Ufe,
Kolwlthstnndlng the two weeks' vaca
tion, tho University wns a preuy busy
plnco during tho holidays. Many stu
don'is fivm out of the olty did not go
homo nnd so spent some little Umo nt
tho University. On the whole thoro
wore oul'o a number of students who
worked in tho library or one of tho
laboratories. Thou thevo wns tJie moot
lug of the tftnto tenchors' nssoolatlon,
which brought many visitors to tho
Tho Sigma Chl's Rnen most enjoyable
"wntoh" pnrt.' nt tl.r rooms on tho
night of tho 31st. The rooms were well
filled, but not so crowded but thnt It
wns possible to dance comfortably.
Nwry requisite for a pleasant time
wns there good music, good floor and
good punch. Those present wore Misses
Foohot, ltlcketts. Weeks. Farwoll, Ril
loy. Fulls, Whiting, Carscnddon, Latt
rldgo, Adolloyd Whiting, N'orval of
Sewanl, Smith of Omaha, Bridge of
Fremont, Burks of Beatrice, Conaway
of York nnd Henderson of Osceola;
Messrs. Thorp. Ames, Stoincr, Walsh,
Boo, liVirwoll, Howltt, Bnrtlott, Morrill,
Beagan, Lnngworthy, Saxton, Sholdon,
King, Oullen, Fulls. Foohet, Ivottridge
and Ryon; Mm. nnd Mrs. Georfre Stei
ner, Mr, and Mrs, Claikson, Mrs.Korn,
a iormRTi" nnd Frof and Mrs
HorroMcvl lluu or.
Mrs. BHekrow MeivyJ Bid you bor
row till-, nutter of Mrx Xoxiloor?
"lts honid: lt jKihttlvoly nwfull
AVc cnirt ue it at all "
"Wluit shnll we do?"
"You must run to tl.o store nnd buy
some. (?ct the bests As for this, put
it on the ice until to-morrow nnd
then take it Inek to Mrs. Xo.v
door, with t luniks for tho accom
modation, of ooun,n. Don't toll hor it
istliesatno Inittnr. because it mip;ht
hurt hor fooling-.. I suppose it is tho
best she can afford, poor thing."
Mrs. Nevtdoor (tie next day) Of nil
mean people, those 15rick-ovs take the
load S'esti-rdny 1 Imncrt them a cup of
butter, mid thoy hnrc sent back some
stun" that isn't lit fir axle groaso.
jj?j7t -i ) i srirr d it F
Llbrnrj' Stalnvny windows Furnish
Much Amusement to Outsiders.
L. A, AVesterman, '97, left yesterday
for Illinois, wJiero he will engage In bus
iness In ithe employ of his brother4n
law. K. B. Sherman, '95, who Is teaching
t Falrbury, -was a guest at Zelta Tau
Delta chapter house during tho holi
days. Three nlcoly furnished rooms for rent;
team heat. Inquire flat A, Salisbury
The Unions will have a farce pro
gram Friday evening. The numbers
will be given by the retiring and incom
P. S. Bulla, 93, Unas come back to at
tend the Slg banquet and see his old
friends. Mr. Bulla will be dn town for
Professor Fling 4s thinking of making
two divisions out of his 8 o'clock his
tory class. It is too large, he says, for
him 'to (handle.
Oarlyle Tucker has again resumed
tho proportions of all ordinary mortals,
It will no longer cost you DO centH for
any seat In ithe house to see him.
New Year's day. Sovoral of the boys
came up from their homos for the day,
and in a body attended the recoption
of the Delta Gamma and Kappa Kappa
Salturday, the 11th, Is the thirteenth
anniversary of the Sigma Chi frater
nity, and to celebrate the occasion the
boys are going to hold a banquet at
their rooms. It Js to be a reunion of the
active and alumni members, and letters
of acceptance have been received from
Slg brothers In Kansas, Iowa, Missouri,
and all over the state of Nebraska.
The Union boys' debating club has
arranged a debate with Doane college,
to be held In our chepel February 22.
Question, "Resolved, That the contract
entered Into with the bond syndicate
in February last, was justifiable." Our
speakers are P. J. Magulre, Boomer,
Lien nnd Searson.. Sides have not
yet been chosen.
The English club met Monday even
ing and elected Miss Smoyer as editor-in-chief
for the rest of the year. The
management was placed In the hands
of Newbranch and Alexander. A com
mittee was appointed to see about a
On tho Wro Foot.
Tho conductor said thore was room
for a few more inside.
At tho Elephant and Castle, when th
tram turned west, the customary con
tingent of shoppers tot in aud therft
was an uncomfortable jam.
But the little man kept his eye on his
paper. He also kept his asat.
"Pardon me, madam," said a polite
man hanging on to a etrap, to a lady
standing beside him vith an armful ol
paper parcels, "you are standing on my
"I'm so sorry," said she. "I thought
it belonged to the man sitting down."
And then the man's eyea were lifted
from hi3 paper, and she got the seat
Thej II ncl It Ilinl.
Rnggson Y-itten, W'y, wot'sde mat
ter, Bobby Ye look sick.
Bobby Itondbter Ruggsy, it's orful.
I just read one of them patent med'eino
papers wot talks about Brightseh'
'sense an' it ses ono o' dor wurst feigns
is a gen'ral disinclination to work. I'so
got it bad.
Raggson Tatters (disconsolately) I
guess wo'so doomed, Bobby. I'so got
it, too. Less lay right down here '
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