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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1896)
Buy cmI o( Oivgory.
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vcnty-tlin students vlo were not
hfW j.t yr roistered '" " ,,y-
Tlu, -' .w Imnnl In
,hc nortli'Ni'l corner f
, jx, T street. f
CAWl,j IH". l'r"oh and German dlc
lKinrif. M. cl1 nl Hrpolaholmor nnd
Cc-a book department
Chnrlc N. GrvRory of " cl of '01
. m the cwl buMnoss nl Eleventh nnd
Call nnd seo him.
French and German dictionaries, one
hlf leather, s cents nt Horpolshelmer
il (Vs. ",ok department.
J, W. Crnlitreo lins Just neon elected
principal of ttcntrlco IiIrU school, without
application. Those Unions continuing
Krmlunto studies nro; The llessey boys,
Messrs Almy, Albers, Lehman, round nnd
Sonrson, nnd Misses Mllek, llotnfaon nnd
l'ound. V. M. Kirk tvlso returns from Kd.
nr to ptirau' his Ktndunto studies.
Thero nro mnny others whose nnmes Imvo
boon cnsunlly overlooked hut they nro not
forKolten hy Ihelr mnny friends who nre
tntervsted In their sueeess. On the whole
both externally, nnd Internally, the con
ditions nre nil that could be nsked to make
this your of permanent literary nnd so
cial success. The l 11. 1). C. also bus nr
KivuUed for another year of Joint debates.
On the th of October this orKnnUatlon
will celebrate Its Dceiulo anniversary,
Koscoe l'ound, a pioneer orgnnUer nnd
constant supporter, will deliver tho an
niversary address. It Is hoped the Chan
cellor may nlso ilnd It possible to 1ms prvs-
Kradunted from tho Kentucky state uni
versity In '72, nnd was Inter associate pro
fessor of language In the South Kentucky
out to speak to tho various orRnnluitlonsj college, at llopklnsvllle. In ', ho went
The prospect for Kymnnslum classes Is
better this year than for the past two.
Many of the older students will tnko rcRU
lar exercise en the tloor. There will be
tho rcKiilnr elnsaes nt S o'clock, and 11:3),
nnd probably an advanced class at 12i)
for those who can qualify for advanced
work. Then later in tho season, there will
bo ns last year, an evening class for spec
ial training In nthletlcs.
Miss Unrr has returned from the east
after a summer spent In study nnd Inspec
tion of women's work In other Institutions.
She feels strongly that the work hero Is
fully on n par with similar work lit east
ern Institutions. , A. CM.AUK.
CHANGES IN THE FACULTY.
(Continued trout PlrM !.
Yo win mwl thnt Constnnoer em-
(V irt tonsoriiu iirus m uu-
m,t try him. l.CS O street.
lghton's. W13 O ,:trcet Tho best stock
of stationery and school supplies In the
state, wholfMle and retail. Call nnd got
Price. , . .
Thf jvifrr nrtV0 orimnUed n football
tosm. They will s8"0" w l01 for ohnl-
l(nss from ' 'n m ,M0 City seniors
The Ashland club will have a rival this
enr. J7int' v h iKtr liiiv num
ber of students, who oxicct to organise
i club I" few weeks.
For le, second-hand Zenophon's An-
lUMs, Greek grammar, Immensee, Chau-
vt' geometry, Rhetorical Analysis,
First lessons In Greek, Elements of
rh ion. lMlum Helvetlrum. K.V.Hrown
arc of lVrktns and Sheldon.
Before purchasing dictionaries, fountain
pros, noie lxoks and other material for
eUss v examine the stock of Herpnl
s.hdner uA Co. You can save money on
French. Ltln, German nnd Knglish dlc
UontrlM by patronising their book de-
An D1lluJstK class In American poli
tical mtoi Im In-en formal. It maj
1 thai the hMtloal tendencies of the
limes ii i wsl.- this study of universal
intrTii tut no one can step Into the
elass roum wilbowl catching the spirit
of . ntiiunin which pre,nlK
Tin iiiKtvirii jolJtlcal economy club
jiromtxifi io tk pood work this year. It
is irotnctng for a course of loetnroi.
lH-rhK itii ttrtt.r than tho course last
r Somr of the ablt-st nnd most pre-
tIcm) lhinkto tn the itme will sjMiftk Ihj- j
foiv ihf ilntt. Tlxw Iwtures are free
io nil and it is hond will bo leltar at
tended ihn tle mi-etlngs last year. At
tb last rL-ctloa f th- club the follow
ing oftti-rr-. were cliOMn: l'resldont. D.
W. Uiml. rtoe pretitdent, Mtss Woriey,
hktcut, K. U. IVrrj-. exucutlvo com
mitter J A. Maguire, A. G. Harding.
and A. Holllnhach.
which have algulilcd their Intention to be
Tho past year has marked n period of
gradual progress In the l'alladtan society.
All through the summer vacation, l'nl-
Indians have been devising and planning
for the work of the present year. Hut In
particular they have lalored for tho suc
cess of that greatest event of all In the
eyes of l'nllndlnns, tho celebration of the
twenty-llfth anniversary of the society.
Tho membership this year Is tho largest
ever enrolled In nn opening semester.
They have a membership of sixty present
nnd eight absentees.
Among 11" alumni are men of some prom
inence; such ns J, Stewart Dales, '3, ex
Judge. Allen Field, Professor Caldwell
Judge Holmes, Professor Wolfe, Professor
Fossler Mary A. Tivmaln, and a host of
UTEUAKT SOCIETY OUTLOOK.
Troni Miiiwiaranewt the literary so
cieties will hold their own as usual this
year. All are starting out under propl
iIolr ( in utnstmnees. TJie Delinn foclety
starts out this year with better prospects
than -ever Ix-fore In Us history'. Most of
last year's members are back, and a num-
lier who were out of college last year are
trtth the society this year. The Dellans
lave some of the best material to be found
WII.U PLAY BASKET HALL.
Nothing new In the way of heavy appar
atus has been added this year to the gym
nasium outfit. Some things nre needed but
money Is too scarce. Worn out dumb bells
and Indian clubs, have however, !wn re
placed by new ones, and more lar lells
have been added. Two long narrow mats
for use by the side or tho parallel bars
are still wrapied in their covering of bur
laps. Just -as they came from the manu
facturer. A conspicuous new feature tn
the shape of goals suspended from the
beams, and the boundary line painted on
the tloor. Tho goals are ten feet from the
floor and so arranged that they can be
hauled up out of the way at drill time.
Tho game of basket ball Is a remarka
ble one, alike in Its origin and Its rapid
spread and popularity. It was onlv In SC
that the game was devised and now it
Is played from Canada to Mexico, and
from Portland to Maine, In Young Mens'
Christian associations, colleges and ath
letic clubs. The game was organized at
the Y. M. t A. tralnlngschool Springfleld
Mass., by Jas. Naismlth, now physical di
rector of the Young Mens' Christian asso
ciation of Denver. Like Leverrier's dis
covery of Neptune, It was the result of
deliberate calculation. There was need In
the association field, for a game which
should meet certain conditions. These
wore first formulated, briefly somewhat as
I 1. It must Ihj a game which could be
played Indoors or outdoors on any floor
I or Held large or small.
2. It must 1h? capable of being playei
by a large number.
3. "It should exercise a man all-round,"
legs, arms trunk, heart, lungs and brain.
4. "It should be so attractive that men
would desire to play it for its own sake."
. It must not have the roughness of Hug
by football, and
& It must be easy to learn.
Having specified the conditions, he de
Ubertly set down to devise a game which
to Germany nnd studied until 'M, when he
secured the Ph. D. degree. Then ho re
turned to llerlln, where, during the past
year he had special work In the university
library of llerlln. nnd In the Iloynl library
of Berlin. Dr. Johnson has strongly spee
lallred In the language nnd In philology.
In his university work he will give par
ticular attention to the literary side of
the I.a'.ln language. Ills family Is now at
llerlln, Germany, where they will remain
for the present.
Miss Kathleen 1 learn, C W. Wnllnc
and Alice Hunter, 'W, are tho other new
Instructors In Ijvtln.
Mr. Hemry, who took graduate work
last year will be Instructor In the depart
ment of Greek.
llurton K, Moore, the new instructor In
physics came here from tho university of
Illinois, whero he had charge of a de
partment. He received his master's de
gree nt Cornell and then spent two years
as nn Instructor In physics in Ixdilgh uni
versity. From Iwehlgh he went to Ger
many where he studied for a year In the
Physical Institute nt Strnssburg under
Koniraush, nitcrwaru (h'kIiik wuik In tho
university of llerlln under Professor
Planck. Mr. Moore has published several
papers In the Physical View nnd other
A new position, that of demonstrator,
has been creatfd In this department. It
will be filled by Dr. Lewis T. More who
for the past year has been an assistant In
physics In Worcester, Mass. Polytechnic
Institute Dr. More Is a graduate of Wash
ington university, St. Louis. As a gradu-j
ate student, he went to Johns Hopkins!
university where he attained high dis
tinction as a scholar and fellow in phys
ic. He received tho doctor's degree there
in 'SS. Ho has published Important papers
on magnetism in tho London Philosophic
magazine and tho Physical Ileview, and
Is an authority on that subject. He will
have charge of tho settlrp up of lecturing
apparatus and the recitations In general
physics, and for a time will assist In the
Mr. A. L. Haecker, a graduate of the
dairy school of Minnesota and also of tho
school of agriculture of Minnesota, will
Ihj Instructor In dairying.
Several changes have taken place in the
chemistry department. Dr. White now
has charge of the preparatory department.
and Professor Nicholson, of the sohhomore
class The course has been altered, so
that chemistry 3 and i. or sophomore
chemistry Is organic chemistry, which was
formerly elective. Miss Kouton will have
charge of Mr. Avery's classes until his re
turn from Germany. Ho Is expected in
November. Parmelee and Thatcher will
Ihj assistants this year.
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1229 to 1239 O Street.
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Denier in Watches, Diamonds, Clocks,
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Once in a while
In th literary societies, and expect to do 1 should meet those conditions. Basket ball
the best kind of work. They have an able 1 was the result of his thought. It can Ihj
con of officers with O. II. Allen as pres- played outdoors or Indoors. " It has been
Iflent and Miss Hattle Packard as secre- played in a gymnasium twelve by twenty
tary. All is harmony in the society, and all feet and can be playil on an ordinary
the mernlH-rs work together. All around ' football field. Any number from live to
theBrtians start out with the prospects of ' twenty, according to the site of the field
havhw a greater boom than they did last j or floor, may play on a side." It does "ex-
Tfar. and of having some of the best lit- orciso a man all-round." The twisting, j
wary woik t-ver done In the literary - bending, wriggling, running reaching, and
breathing, leave no muscle unused.
It is an attractive game as is evidenced
by lis rapid spread over the entire coun
try in such a short time. Everybody
plays It, men. women and children, it Is
i much In favor at many of the women's
t'nlon woc-lety begins the new college
year under the most favorable conditions
la He history. Almost all Its old inemliers
have returned; those who have not are
fiUlne portions whloh refleot credit upon
me society and the university. L. J. Ab
lot la principal of the Crawford schools.
- .. in jiiMj-ucior in me asyium tor uie
BHnfl at Nebraska City, while J. H. Mo-
Gtiffy is an assistant In the hlch school
colleges. No game for Indoors has yet
approached it for popularity.
Many of the objectionable features of
Rugby football are avoided in basket ball.
For example, running with the ball Is not
that place. W. II. PUlsbury Is now fll- ' allowed, nor can the player who holds the
tog with high credit the ioitlon of win- i ball be tackled or grabbed In any way.
clpal of Tails City high school. H. W.
QuaJntane has charge of the commer
cial dbpartrneot of Mendota college In 111
tool. Miss Plnkerton Is an assistant prin
"jll oi liuir lagli school. Mis lSlv
DfonjiBtw vas promoted to the prlnolpal
Wp of Dundee high school. E. M. Short
"trail chosen superintendent of the Nelson
schools. E. V. Porter takes a responsible
Metrical position In the east. S. H. Mar
"n Js now married and settled In the ca
pacity of principal of the DeWitt schools.
Mls Kittle S. Shaoklolon now smiles
wwiaouy as we call hor Mrs. Holmes
The ball cannot be held with the arms,
it cannot be kicked or punched with tho
fist, though It may be slapped with the
open hand. Disregard of these rules and
of others, to be mentioned at another
time, constitute a foul, the penalty for
which Is an unimpeded throw for a goal
by the other side, from a distance of fif
teen feet. If rules are adhered to, this
penalty soon reduces the fouls to a mini
mum. The gymnasium floor here is a remark
ably Hue one for basketball and with prp-
iice. some cood games may le expeoieu
P' J- Maguire has Just accepted the sup- here during the season. The offiolal rules
wintwHjsncy of Cambria (Wyoming) will be published In a auccedlns Issue of
"ehools. and J. H. rjen js tumplng the the Nebraskan and everyone who expeata
"tate for Bryan. Lien will return after to play the game will do well to cut out
tlMUon- and preserve the rules.
Ttn- opfning faculty concert of tin unl
vvrslty school of muirtc for the new year
was held in chapel Wednesday evening.
A large and appreciative audlenc enjoyed
the treat. It was the first appearanc of
Miss Reynolds befoiv a Lincoln audience
lut she acquitted herself with credit Fol
lowing was the program render).
l'ino olo Poloiuiit op. 71. "hopIn.
-(i.ut Ikmle. "hj.ln-l.lszt Mi-
HMrrlel 1C lt-ynolds
Vocal solo-Iteelt: "S-t!4- ( 11 '
Verdi. Cavatln "Igltto la Mil lldi -John
Violin solo "Faust Fa 11 la si." Sara
sate. August Hagenow.
Piano solo "Tarantella." Moszkowskl.
Vocal solo "To SeilU." Daseaiier. Mr.
Piano sotes-"Th Ilroek." "Winter."
Scuerzlno-HungHrian. MaeDoweU. Miss
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