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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1896)
MIhh draco "Wiheolor la back In Bohool
again. . . . ''
T.lio Junior prom will bo ntrlotly n
J, C. Olson wan ft visitor at Fromoivt
the llrst of tho week.
Canlnln Uourdaloy snout a few days
this week nt Chonoy.
Wo thoiiRht tho olllcors woro koIiir
to get Romo now en pa.
Mlsa I no. Arnold will anond Sunday
at hor homo In Aahland.
Tho Porshlng rlllea will glvo an ex
hibition drill charter day.
l-Mrst Lloutonant Wilson has loft for
Salom, Mass., for treatmont,
Company II will glvo Its aocond an
nual hop In tho nonr future.
Tho Kngllsh olub meets tomorrow
owning with Miss Amy Urunor.
Miss Iathrop's lionrt was gladdonod
by n visit from hor father on Tuesday.
William Axllng conducted revlal
services In Konosaw during vacation.
HucUl Olllesple Is talking of taking n
course In ngrlculturo.thls next soinuster.
T. A. Williams, formor student, now
of llrooklngs, S. D., was In tho city this
a a a
Hector's soda fountain Is always run
ning. Try our hot soda. Twelfth nnd N
Miss MoRlhlnnoy was callud homo
Wednesday by tho sickness of hor
The Uota Thota PI fraternity will
have a reunion some time. In the near
Hoducod Prices on all Wlntor Cloth
Messrs. Hull, Chrlstnlnson and Mum
ford joined tho Unions last Friday
WJlla Cathor's name Is subscribed to
a story In tho Overland Monthly for
Tho lieutenants now have something
to do. Tho companies are being given
The time schedule for the second sem
ester Is now ready and In position In
the main hall.
Mr. Ernest McNoal 'has left school
and was heuded for Kansas City, ac
cording t report.
Earnest Pollard, '32, of Nohawka
read a paper before tho horticulture
Constance's barber shop, 1010 O
street, where you can get a nent hair
cut and clean shave.
Miss Fannie Hewitt of Zs'ellgh has en
tered ithe university and will stay tho
remainder of the year.
a a a
Hev. Harrison or Weeping Water de
livered a highly instructive lecture In
the chapel Wednesday.
Charlie Weeks has been promoted to
corporal, but continues to assume the
duties of battalion clerk.
You will find good warm underwear
at the very lowest prices at the Ewing
Clothing Co., 1115-1117 O street.
Cllf Kcscott was up from Platts
inoutb Tuesday. He will ontor the
university tho second semester.
The new rooms of tho V. M. C. A. are
furnished and newly painted. Thoy pro
Hviit a most Inviting appearance.
a a a
C. C. Wcatcott of Plaitsmouh made a
chort visit with his unlvorslty frlondt)
on Wednesday. He will be In school
igaln tho first of the somester.
Registration commenced Monday
morning for tho work of tho noxt
somester. All tho students must bo
registered by tho 30th of January.
Francis Bros, have reopened the Cap
ital cafe and 'Invite tho public to sam
ple their short order meals. You will
find this a neat and reasonable place.
a a a
The Men of Lincoln, the bright little
paper edited by Will L. McKay, made
its appearance this week. It Is pub
lished in the Interests of the city Y. M.
The special course In agriculture has
been started and bids fair to bo a very
popular course. Professors Lyon, Card,
Richards and Dr. Peters are the Instructors.
Tho Phi Kappa Pal fraternity will
comtnonco a aor'os of Sunday nfternoau
talka to tho boys this wook. Professor
Harbour will glvo tho first ono tho com
Studonta aro much olatod ovor Uio
fact that ithoy can now stop Into tho
historical society library and' road tholr
homo papers at tho noatly kept llloa re
Tho 13wlng Clothing company aro tho
popular prlcod clothiers of Lincoln. A
call will convince you. 1115 and 1117 O.
a a a
J. E. Admnson, a studont In the unl
vorslty, has a lengthy and woll-wrltton
article on tho "Initiative and Itoforon
dum" In tho last lasuo of tho Custer
a a a
Hotter see tho prloos now on patent
leathers and pumpsatSnndorson.Sohure
man & Davis'. Oct your stylish foot
wear for the Junior prom, during tho 25
per cent off discount sale.
a a a
Last Friday evening tho Dellans ded
icated tholr new hall with an "alumni
program." The hall was crowded to
the utmost and tho progiuin was a most
successful ono. The Dellans are work
ers nnd their efforts are beginning to
Ilavo you seen tho printed constitu
tion and by-laws of tho Nobmsku de
bating association? lOvory mombor of
tho assoolatlon and ovory .hor student
interested in debate should ask Presi
dent Matthews or Secretary Soarson io
Supt. G. L. Farley of Cass county lias
arranged for twelve lectures by univer
sity profs, at as many teachers' Insti
tutes In the nex't two months. It Is sel
dom that wo see a young nuin not from
tho university ns ontnusmstlc us Mr.
The display of apples this year at the
horticulture meeting was so small it hat
the students had no chance to sample
them while the members of the society
weie busily engaged In studying about
the bugs that build itlieir nests In the
a a a
What Is a man to do who has been
seated between two girls who wear tin
de slecle sleeves and when he tries to
take notos he gets his arms wrapped up
In twelve or thirteen yards of dress
goods? "Judge" Cob'y will proUibly
suggest not taking ns.
Tho Palladlnns will hold tholr Chase
and Whcelor contest In the unlvorslty
onapol Saturday evening. There will
be two prl?os offored, ono of $10 and
another of $5. Tho contestants will be
Miss Sadie Smith, Miss June Smalls, S.
W. Plnkerton and Mr. Williams.
a a a
The Installation of the Union society
olllcors occurred last Friday evening.
The affair was carried on with much
dignity and style. Chief Justice New
branch presided. When It icame to
swearing, though, one and all conceded
that John Cameron "knocked the per
simmons." a a a
Miss Tremaln addressed P. G. D. C.
last Friday afternoon. The subject wub
the "New Woman." Miss Tremaln gave
a vory Interesting dlscourje and pointed
to tho higher Ideals. Tho P. G. D. C. is
of our clubs that is uosorvine oi
her ito ilncludo a chapter or two on "Tho
Hollglon of Lincoln," his seminar topic.
Dr. A. It. Mitoholl delivered a very
Interesting and Instructive looturo
Wednesday evening before tho medical
students of the university. Ho Illus
trated his looturo on regional anatomy
by a liberal use of colored crayons upon
a llvo mibjodt. Tho society will have
tho pleasure of two more lectures by
Dean Gardnor'n precocity iua at Inst
been recognlzod. Ho was hold up Mon
day night. Don Mathews has also dis
tinguished himself Jn tho sumo direc
tion. While returning from sooloty (?)
mooting that night, ho was relieved of,
$1.95. Thoro wore thrco of thorn, Bon
explains, but thoro Is ono poculliuiity
about tho event. Thoy did not over
look a $20 bill which was not in lion's
Tho program committee on tho
Junior prom la considering adopting a
now plan In relation to Issuing tho
programs. Instead of handing them
out during tho grand march, tho Idea is
to glvo each purohasor of a ticket two,
a wook before tho event. Uo Issupposed
to havo his lady's program filled up,
mainly from a list sho will herself
ohooso. This Is to protect tho lady
from being forced to dunce with any
"hobo" who may nsk her whllo on tuu
lloor. Tho committee Is as yet unde
cided about adopting tho now plan,
which Is very popular Jn tho east.
Prof. F. W. Taylor has now arranged
dates for eight fanners' institutes, as
follows: Tecumseh, January 21-22;
Johnson, January 22-23; Auburn, Janu
ary 23-21; Humboldt, January 24-25;
Heaver City, January 2S-2U; Wllsonvllle,
J,auar 23-30, Xu.ukllu, J.wuuuy 30-31,
ltl Cloud, January 31, February 1.
ICaeh Institute will have four sessions
and speakers from the unlvorslty, the
state agricultural, horticultural, dairy
men's, poultry and beekeepers' societies
will be provided. Professor Taylor has
sucoeeded In getting transportation, so
that It will be possible to hold more In
stitutes than were at tlrst planned,
lletween twenty-live and thirty will
probably be held.
much praise for its
high gradu of work.
During the holidays tho class of 9C
of Weeping Wnter high school spent a
day at tho unlvorslty with their prin
cipal, Miss Mary Fosslor, as guide and
hostess. Miss Fosslor is doing a good
work for tho high school and for tho
university as shown by tho Intonso in
terest on the part of hor pupils to know
more of tho university.
Miss Florence Winger entertained a
number of young people at whist Fri
day evening, at her home ait Thirteenth
and J streots. Those playing were:
Misses Cochrane, IUckdtts, Richards,
Leland, Brooks, Kluetsch, Grlflith,
Fcchet and Slaughter; Messrs. Walsh,
Harley, Young, Grape, Evans, Honey
well, Farwell, Lottrldge, Morrill and
a a a
Miss Ida Tarboll's "Llfo of Lin
coln" has attracted the attention of
thousands of students and popular
readers. Tho American History semi
nary Is following tho account closely as
it appears each month In McCluro. J.
W. Crabtreo has opened a correspond
ence with tho fair authoress to Induce
When tho high school section of tho
suite teachers' association considered
tho subject of teaching history in tho
high school, tho advance method which
embraces a careful, critical study of
tho sources mot with much favor.
Professor Caldwell spoko at some
length on tho importance of history
and tho study of sources. Professor
Urown of Kearney high school gavo an
interesting talk on critical study of evi
dence. Miss Trcniaiu sign i lied her afe-
(liilesconco In a few well chosen re
marks, whllo Mr. Kuhlmnn Insisted
that greater omphasls be placed on tho
study of mediaeval history. On tho
whole, that round table was a veritable
.inlvorslty love feast.
Professor Fling's paper, "Function
aud Method of Historical Training,"
was read before tho college section of
the teachers' association by Professor
Caldwell, Professor Fling being in
Indianapolis attending a session of the
national historical society. Tho paper
was well received and tho method it so
carefully and minutely outlined met
with much favor. Tho method was
then carefully illustrated from tho
student's notebooks. Professor Cald
well emphasized the critical study of
authors, analyzing a fow of Uidpath's
statements nnd wolghlng them from
the sources. Also many favorablo com
pliments were passed on Kuhlmon's
felicitous little speech on the author
ship of tho Iliad.
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Corner llth and R Streets.
Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean gave a
reception Saturday nlghtto faculty and
students of ithe law school of tho staite
unlvorslty. Tho receiving party was
composed of Chancellor and Mrs. Mac
Dean, Dean and Mrs. Reese, General
and Mts. J. It. "Webster, Mr. and Mrs.
H. II. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sum
mers, Professor and Mrs. Roublns. The
reception was a very enjoyable affair,
as the geniality of the chancellor and
Mrs. MacLean tends ito make anything
with which ithey are connected. Music
was furnished by the Philharmonic or
chestra. Chancellor and Mrs. MacLean are at
home every Saturday night to tho stu
dents of ithe university In an informal
way. They want itho students to feel
that they are their friends nnd will do
all they can to make their college life
pleasant and profitable.
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