The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, April 24, 1896, Image 2

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    The Nebraskan.
Weekly Nownpnpcr ImupiI Uvery l'rlilixj Soon
nl ttie UnlverMty of Nobrnokn.
Kntkhkd a Hkcond.Ci.am Mail Mattr!).
V, T. Hii.ky, . . . MnnnginK KOItor
AMOCIATKfl.
MIm .To l.ntlrMRO, .... . Society
C. I.. Shnff. Mllltnry
.1. C. Hltflnnnn, l.ocnl
C. It. Ailiuim, IiOcnl
11. 8, linker IMItnrlM
H. II. Hltmn, ...... Uoimnor
It. H, Miipllor, .... KxclintiKi
ATAIT AUTIAT.
O.r. Ciilvir. V. 0. WnllltiRfortl
Vrlrrppr yenr. $ ,78
., ' by mnll 'S
rrlp ior immtli, .10
Adrtnun nil Conmmnlmitloim tn Tiik Nkiiiiahkax
fnlvondty uf Ni'lirnkn.
Why .iro not Uio faucet In tho lmll
winysof Mm llhmry building turnml on
for use nnl aiinnltori with runs? With
ihpnhom of wflinii wontihor tihla would
Rirfflth convMilrimf1 tho students.
SiH,iKinjt of KnglJsh work, tho grwrt
l(nini In Urn literature of tho dny
In good rainy IMS. Wo hnvo pi only of
Htorxw lonff nnxl short nntl pood
onr. A'o havo rooms of pootry or
vom' not so good. Wo hnve pngois of
Mrtwomo travel iin.iTn4.lon. Hut tlmro
nro not hnlt a dozon pood ossnylsts In
ihe United Stntos. Tho sntno tondonoy
is mnnifeat In our univoisity work.
Thoro nvo twenty students who win
writo n good, Interesting story. Thoro
nrc half n.s many nblo to composo mo
il luni vorso. Didactic and narrative
work Is largely done with force and ef
fect. Rut wo 'have yet to see t.ho first
good H'ternry essay from a student
pen. And Is It not tmo Mint tho wrlt
ln of a good essay Is as much tho tost
of lkorary anility or scholarship In a
real sonse as itiho playing oi' llamlot
is accounted the crucial tost of tho tra
gedian? Wo woro umlor the Impression Mint
tho chancellor's lecture course was a
thing of Uio past, Hut to our delight
we were mistakon. Tflio commenda-
4ioJiaantJlAiauond!s address re-
9 B"
tHmmm&wi
nuvico f roni scholars nnfi ntSn of BKiw
dnrd reputatilon outside of our own
staite. Wo regret the course has not
been continued regularly throughout
the college year. Its expediency has
been contain ly demonstrntod. Men of
experience In high or education nnl in
public life are always welcomed to nn
JnstittuMon of learning. They say
somothing tlniit te judicious, practical
and dosoning of consideration. The
solution of tho problems of education
and of society belongs to tho flold of
tho lonraod. Students arc desirous of
listening to talks on such practical
topics in addition to tiholr rogulnr
work. It is a change from tho order of
things. May tho lecture course be con
tinued witm more regularity during .the
ensuing year.
Much complaint has boon made of
late of a few tudonts rolying upon
otliors for required class work, espe
cially notes and readings. Tho ovil
results of such mental training are
certainly apparent. Then, why Is Uio
abuse carried so far that It leeomos a
pernicious habit? No one suffers,
really, but tho student Who persists Sn
substituting someone else's Industry,
mental onorgy and culture for his in
dolonco and unseemlng conduct. Ev
ery student certainly realizes that
knowledge cannot be absorbed like
waitor 1n a spongo, but must como
through tho Industrious application of
tho mind. Tho habit of rolying on a
fellow studont 1 deceptive and speaks
ill of tiho university. Jt decolves the
professor. Dishonesty takes the plnce
of honesty. Tho truo worth of tho
studont in any pojltfcular study cannot
bo flioertalnod. But, nevertheless, tho
one -who cheats appears in tho dries
room jut as dignlflod and pompous as
tho one who has lnborod indopondontly
and done his work for himself. In
truth, ho Is equally respected by tho
student body. This Is tho wrong spirit
to prevail. Tho nppnront solution of
tne problem lies in the province of the
students. s one of tho professors
says, every student should realize Unit
It Js just as dishonorable and deceiving
to rentier much aid as It l to roctMvo it.
When It is realized thmt tho ovil falls
equally on all, the dishonorable mid
shameful pmctilco will bo eradicated.
It scorns that tho athlotlc IkkuM itook
hanty action in regard to Mr. RywoU'h
resignation. Tho following apology
by tho board wo gladly publish to cor
rect miio report that appeared Inst
week:
THIS UNIVERSITY OF NtillllAS
KA, April 2.1, ISM Tho university nth.
lotle bonrd learns with ivgrot that tho
report sent to its meeting on April 10
by Mr. Kvorott as mnnngor of tho tnuK
team wn not roeolwd prior to Its nr
eeptnnce of his resignation, Mr. lSv-ei-ett'8
nbsoneo from tho moving,
wliloli was duo to unfowsoon onues
mid of whleh ho sent n tolnphotin mes
snRe thnt wib not dellvorwl, gnve rlp
to a belief Mint lie hnd done nothing
towards propnmtlon for the minimi
fWil dny. A a umtter of fact, the
board 18 gluti to state that Mr. lSvcxret
Iwid nlrendy aiTniiRpil n program, had
wwirwl a number of valuable prloa
and hnd done much in the wny of gen
eral preivimtilon for the dny which will
materially lighten the wtrk of hie mic
coecor. It is hoied that this offlckil
stntoment will correct any unfavorable
impression of Mr. Everett's work that
may havo nrteon.
....'1N 11. lUltUOUU,
l'res. Honil of Directors.
IIRN'RYD. WARD,
R. A. OLA UK, Sec'y,
J. 1 GUILVOY1.12,
aPT. G. COVY,
OUS G. Will PPM-:.
PR13D MORROW FMNG,
HA11RY G. S1112DD,
CLINTON 11. SPOONM3R,
JOHN CAM13RON.
SPARK THY PITY.
I know that thou art bettor born,
That fate has aye boon good to thoo.
Whilst I hnvo been a child of scorn
And she has still been rude to mo,
Hut spare, oh spnro thy pity.
I know tho learned call thee frlond,
Tho high in station tnlk with thoo
Whilst down thcjt)tn,nght aisles I woml
And lowly people wnlk with mo,
Hut spare, oh spare thy pity.
w that nil thy words arc wise,
t ooiirtony In ram It'll tliuu.
st crudonoss stares from my dull
oyos
And conrsonoss has mnflo poaco with
me,
Put spnro, oh spare thy pity.
I know thnt thou dost tread down sin,
The wilding has no clnim for thoo,
Whilst I hnve nil Its seeds within
And e'en to joy Is hnrm for me,
Kut siMire, oh spnro thy pity.
I know there Is n henrt more rare
Will bronthe the llnmo hns burned of
thoe
Whilst mine must smother In dospnlr
Tho passion thou hnst spurned of mo,
Km spnro, oh spnre thy pity.
JAS. K.
School tenohor Your littlo boy Hans
wasn't at school yesterday, Mr. .Tohan
lsberg. Mr. Johanlsborg (of tho Bowory)
No, I vns mnkin' dor pnrrol of sauer
kraut, and I vantod Hnns to joomp
down mlt his foot Toxns Siftings.
Two VIbwh of It.
For a long time they hnd snt In
silence, each ongngod in thought.
"I have it." he exclaimed, suddenly.
"Reginnld."
"Yes, I have it at Inst."
With onger, trembling hand tho poot
wroto the beautiful thought which had
como to him, whilo his wife could hard
ly wait to got hor bonnot on strnlght
before she rushod over to hor next door
neighbors' to toll thorn tholes was no
longer tho only case of appendiuitis on
the street. Dotroit Tribune.
lly 1'roxy.
MlKgs I thought you said that Plpps
was. a scoundrel, and that you would
cut him dead after tills; nnd yet I
paw you sipping cooktnlls with him at
the club this morning!
Illggs Oh, I leave nil those dlsngree
alile bits of diplomacy to my man. He
has cut him doud every dny for threo
months.
A j""ry.
Van nillby What langungo do you
spenl;. Miss Do Gushah?
Miss Do Gushah (sighing divinely)
But one.
Van Blllby And thnt?
Miss Gushah The language of love.
Van Blllby Ah, roallyl But you
must find it embarrassing thnt nobody
In society understands di.ad languages
nowadays.
Willie t wnn going fishing Sunday,
but my .ipa wouldn't lot mo. Rovorond
Dr. Bnlntly Thnt's tho right kind of a
pnpn to hnvo. Did ho toll you tho roa
Hon why? Vllllo-Yos, sir; ho said thoro
wnsn't bnlt enough for two.
.ludgo How do you account for tho
fnet thnt the mnn'a wntoh wnn found
lu your pocket? Prisoner Your honor,
life Is mndo up of inoxpllonblo mys
teries, nnd I trust your honor will so
Inntrurl tho Jury.
Our Fountain is Strutetl. Come
nnd Look Over Our List
of Knncy Drinks,
Mimi-I
Delicious EaitNcs, 3cc dvoam.
Alwnv open after sorictv Hireling.
12th nnd 0 SU. Vunko Opern Homo Blk.
FIRST CLASS
Tailoring
At llciisoimhlo Prices
FANCY SPRING
GOODS.
ALSO
picijcle SUiis3
CHEAP.
GEO. W. FRASER,
131 North 11 St.
Hotmiaiin's Music Depot
1140 O St.
CLOSING OUT.
Spcclnl 1'rlroB on nil l.lnoK.
SUKKT MUSIC OMMIAUK OFF.
W. E. BDRL1NGIM,
135 So. 11th St
BOOKS, TOYS,
STATIONARY,
FANCY GOODS,
Fire WorVo, l'lnR.
Mnflkft. tinmen.
Athletic Goods, Etc, Etc,
Onlors tnfcen for fltio onKrnvlnp; nnd printing. A
copper plnte with your nnmo onBrnyod
nnd 100 cnrdR tor 51.K0.
The Funke Opera House Block
is tho plnco to get vour Clioico Ameri
cn Beauty and "Roses of any shade.
Carnations and all floral work guaran
teed. Decorations a specialty.
F11EY & FREY,
Florists.
At.m-4.$4Jf-&4J1.&-t-.i
Goto
(altfornia
in a TEouvist Sleeper
It is the RIGHT way,
Pay morn and you arc
extravagant. Pay less
and you are uncomfort
able. The newest, brightest,
cleanest and easiest rid
ing Tourist Sleepers arc
u-ed lor our
fr
i 1'crsonaiiy
Cono.ucted
Kxcnrslons
to California,
which leave Lincoln
every Thursday 12:15
p.m., reaching SanFran
cisco Sunday evening,
and Los Angelos Mon
day noon.
GEO. W. BONNELL,
City Ticket Agent,
Cor. 10th and 0 Sts.,
Lincoln, Neb.
Ask for full informa
tion, or write to
J. FRANCIS, G. P. A.,
Omaha, Neb.
l4Llt-&-M-&lMU&f-24-t''A'&
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE
Baldwin Tailoring Stock.
Wo nrc now iho lenders in nil kinds of Clothing.
You hnve nn opportunity to get high clnss tniloring nt grcntly
reduced prices.
You should not neglect this opportunity.
Summer Soon Will Come Again Therefore
Get Your Pick of Our Line of Tan Shoes for
$55
nnd ho llnppy,.
We Also Have Good Ono
for Less Money.
MDd,N?l5
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC
. . TO . .
IaJBIII
. 'Xfcie itsiy
)o..ti.om .ItfiMi it wy N aMitwily
Veritable SummerlanH.
Stndontfl, when yon wnnt to go homo
AX-.BIOHT, ETC.
Always tako UNIOM PACIFIC.
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City Ticket Office
. B. SLOSSON,
General Agent.
FREY & FREY,
FLORISTS.
Funke Opera House Block, Cornor 0
and 12th Street.
"CHRIS' PLACE"
1
IUHKI5H niTIIA ViPflR
BATHS
MASSAGE
Hot & Cold
7W
W. B. Havo you tried
ono of his
SALT GLOE
it
ii
BATHS.
Call and boo him about thom.
Basement-N. W. Corner 11th & P Streoti
H, W. BROWN,
DRUGGIST.
Books and Stationery,
College Text-Books.
And a Complete Stock of
Standard and Miscellaneous Books
217 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
w
PAINE, WARFEL & BUMSTEAD.
1136 0 Stroob . . .
rrS"""' 'iarMI
JL - JL.
o
Street
of Amer4QakiiU
VB
oithor to pointn on the main lino or to
1 044 O Street
J. T. MASTIN,
iCity Tioket Agent
ffitst Uatl 3Baiih,
LINCOLN, NEB.
Capital,
Surplus,
$400,000.00
100,000.00
OFFICERS!
N. S. HARWOOD I'resldent.
C11AS. A. HANNA. Vkc-l'resldent.
F. M. COOK, Cashier.
C.S. I.UM'JNCOTT, and
H. S. FREICMAN.Ass't Cashiers
HTJTCHINS & HYATT
SELL ALL
At Reduced Rates.
1040 0 St. Telephone 225,
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M.D.,
lU. OF N 86.)
uuice, an. xio u Dt,, urounu ruun
HOURS, 7 TO O A.M.; 1 TO 3
ND 7 TO fl P M.
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