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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1896)
Tho Aslilnntl mcetn noxt Week for
tl,o puritoHo of reorwinlzlriff.
ivrcy rowcw 'ill. hnH loft for Chlnip
whcro In- will ciitor n law olJIco.
Wcslcrllcld, tho barber. Una dono work
0r students for sovontcon ycixra.
MIsh Orncc hcmlnn leaven Suturduy for
her future homo nt Alta Lomu, Toxiih.
KnnicHt WlKRcnhorn'H brother, 'SO, Iihh
hec'n vlHltlim him during tho punt week.
The liuu'li room Ih receiving Kood patron
age, and no doubt will become u permanent
thlnff. , ,
Alll three literary hocIoIIph will meet na
u,'iul Kfldiiy evenltif?. Tho llrt time for
TiieiMluy wan a lonely dny around thu
unlvi-wity. Hardly a mouI ventured ln
,Ue tin KitlM. m
A number of IM Hotu 1'hln entertained
at the home of MIkkuh Anno and Louie
Have your tonsorlal work done at Wcs-
terllcld's. You will get tho latest stylo
of hair cut there.
There will be a business mcciliiK of the
Klectrleala," In Professor Owen's lecture
room, Saturday evening'
Charles H. Gregory of tho class of '91,
Is In the coal business at Eleventh and
0 streets. Or.ll nml see him.
Conmiincer tho popular harbor la locat
at 1022 O street. Ho cmploya tho best
artists of any shop In tho city.
Clnssrs were sllmly attended Wednesday.
It whs with illlllculty that Instructors kopt
the few awake who were present.
The English club meets Saturday night
at the home of Miss Pound. The meot
Inc last Saturday was postioned.
Fraternity men will llntl that Wuster
fltld does the best kind of tonsorlal work
nt his shop. 11" North Thirteenth street.
Tom Alu.fS who has been iulte 111 at
Milts City Mont., is ruported ns being
much better. He is teaching school there.
Howard Hlckitts who is attending the
Northwestern medical college was a vis
itor at the university Monday and Tues
day. Harvey Heiild came back to Nebraska
to vote, from the Chicago medical college.
He visited friends Thursday at tho uni-
Suturduy i- cuing the Kappa Kappa
Gummas entertained at the homo of Miss
Enu Ithketts It was a strictly Htllow-
1-hlRli failed to score against the Mich
igan teum last Saturday, the score stand
in);. Michigan 84, Uuhigli 0. Michigan
llaed a strong line bucking gumo.
Lieutenant Pershing lias been In Lin
coln during the past week. Ho will go to
LiuwhttuiUt for a few daya but come
back through Lincoln. Ho will bo hero
for u fiw days yet.
Arthur Collet of Omaha and A. Haukor
of Mlnmapolis were initiated by Phi Kap
I I'M Urn Saturday. Paul Weeks wus
fonnull) pledged. Flowers and cakes wen.
wit by the sororities.
The UelUn boys' debating club will dis
cuss thf question, Saturday evening: He
tolved. ih.u no foreign corporation or In
dividual Miould bu allowed to own or con
trol d mwuper in the United States.
Tour oiudeius are taking Sanscrit this
)fr ihu is Mld to be three more than In
the 'hiciKo university. Two are studying
the jihiluhophy of Komance languages un
dtr Utau Kdgren.
The Co-Op. has secured some very neat
unlverMty letter head paper this year
with envelopes to match. The lettering
1 done with, a dye, and shows up well.
A large stock waB laid In so as to sup
M' all deumnds.
nn old university student Hugh Lama,
ter, W, Is elected county attorney of
Johnnon county on the democratic tlokot.
Congressman Mercer, re-oioutrd,la a grad
uate In 18S0.
The stories for tho Junior Annual must
be typewritten and three copies handed In.
The name of the author should ho in a
sealed envelope with the title of the. story
on the outside. For further speclllentlons
see Miss Jean Tuttle. Miss Tuttlo says
shn would be much better pleased If a little
more Interest Wits manifested.
James Johnston 'IM, who has been pract
icing law In Hillings Mont., has been a
visitor at Delta Tau Delta hall during tho
past week. He leaves Monday or Tues
day In company with Art Weaver '03, for
Salt Lake City, where the two will pract
ice law together. Mr. Weaver lias also
been visiting with members of Delta Tau
Delta during the last few days.
Word has been received that Samuel
Avery a graduate from the department of
chemistry, has Just passed his examin
ation at Heidelberg. Oermany, for the de
gree of tho doctor of philosophy, multa
cum laude. Congratulations from Chan
cellor MaeLean, 11. H. Nicholson, Kosu
Uouton, John White. H. 8. till titer. T. L.
Lyon, Iieutou Dales, Mary l-'osslcr. Mar
tin Hlltner. It. W. Thatcher, Ada Qunln
tance. CI. W. Helmrod, K. C. Klllott and H.
C. Parmclee. were cabled to Mr. Avery.
"Kate Carnegie" the last book of lau
MaoLaren, has Just been published by
Dodd Mead and Co. The scene is laid
like that of the "Honnle Hrler Hush" and
"Auld Lang Syne" In Drumtochty and
a good many of our old acquaintances
from those places come forward ngnln In
"Kate Carnegie." The book us well as all
latest publications Is to be had nt Herpol
shelmer and Co'h book department, at
nbout wholusalc price. Also a full lino
of note books, fountnln pens etc. etc.
The reception given by the freshman
In representative hall at the state eapl
tol Friday evening was attended by nbout
seventy-live couples. Through the ener
getic efforts of the committees composed
of Misses Tynan nnd Ferris, and Messrs.
Pearse, Anderson and Chambers, the hail
presented an attractive appearance, and
was tastefully decorated with scarlet and
eream. The lirst number of the program
was a piano solo by Miss Kate Joyce,
which was highly appreciated; following
this was a recitation by Miss Maryott.
which was also well received. Miss Friel's
vocal solo with violin obllgato, by Profes
sor Menzendorf, was much appreciated.
An excellent orchestra furnished the mus
ic for the dances, which were tho chief
amusement of the evening. The grand
march was led by Mr. Clements and Miss
Schwartz. After a very pleasurable even
ing, the company broke up at an early
hour, expressing the wish that the next
freshman class might have ns enjoynbl
Kappa Alpha Thota Joined in the many
celebrations of Hallowe'en with a typical
party given at the home of Miss Lida Mil
Jar. Jack o'lanterns grinned upon the
guests from all corners; apples and candy
hung from chandeliers and doorways:
bowls of cracker-Jack, apples, candy, nuts
and rnls-ins adorned stands and tables,
invitingly. The rooms were decorated
with tho fraternity colors, black and yel
low, and witli carnations and chrysanthe
mums. The evening was spent in the cus
tomary tests of fortunes, ghost stories,
games and forfeits. After which, pump
kin pie and milk were served to the guests
seated on cushions on the Jioor. The fes
tivities closed with dancing.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mil
lar, Dr. and Mrs. Ladd, Misses Anne Barr.
Delia Loomls, Emily Weeks, Leola Van
ell, Minnie Millar. Jessica Morgan, Jean
Tuttle. Mabel Tuttle. Nolle Randall, Edith
Schwartz, Grace MacMlllan and Lida Mil
lar. Messrs. Howard Parmolee, Harrison
Oury. Clinton Norton. Harry Shedd. Bert
Bobbins. Charlie Weeks, Morris Hyde.
Peter Lau, Paul Weeks. Karl llandall,
Louie Wt'stermnn, C Y. Smith and Fritz
President Harding then in a few aptly
chosen words Introduced the anniversary
orator of the Union Hoys' club, tho club's
llrst law-giver and schorlarly alumnus,
Uoscoe Pound of the class of '88, who
spoke in his usual entertaining way.
Miss Ora Howard then rendered In a
pleasing manner Adolph Kuellng'n "Lti
stette," second valsc graclense. Tho audi
enco regretted that she did not respond
to tho hearty encore extended.
Chancellor MaeLean was then Intro
duced to deliver the university address.
In opening he complimented the Union
boys us being known toy the fruits ns
the modest scholarly U. H. D. (', speaker
who picceded htm. Ho also expressed
his enthusiasm In debate In a modest rcf.
erenco to tho honorary membership con
ferred upon himself by that famous Cen
tury club, the American Whig society ot
Princeton university. He then spoke earn
estly on "Debate us a fnctoi In Higher
II. 8. Kviinx, then s-uig with functions
expression "The Bugler." He responded
heartily to an encore.
After the program a reception was
tendered Chancellor MaeLean nnd Hoscoo
Pound In Union hall.
Lawreiie Plllsbury '2)0. who la now at
ttndliig the Gross medical college of Den
Mr, and Charley Elliott. '. who la attend
ing the Chicago medical college, visited I
Wd friends at tne university during vot
ing day. Both are members of Phi Delta
The last Ikhuo of the HoBe Tectonic, the
Wfian of the Iloso polytechnic institute.
f Teire Huute, lnd contains a notice of
of the coming to that institution of A. A.
Faurot 'M. He will teach the languages,
initially the Germanic ther-. The per
iodical contains a very llatterlng notice
hat ability to undertake the work there.
The Mate univeralty get ta share of
konow out of the election as usual, wblch
vr side wine. Among the repreaenta
Uv in the next legislature will be Kd
kn Rich, 'la, of Omaha and Paul F.
C1..-V -..-. . ..,...! -
., ci, oi Lincoln, rom wimuvn, w- ,
V. B. D. C. DECENNIAL.
The literary and debating clubs attend
ed en masse the decennial anniversary of
the Union Boys' debating club held in
ctoupel last Friday evening. The chapel
was tastefully decorated In Union and uni
versity colors. A carefully draped band of
scarlet and cream extended entirely
around the balcony over the incandescent
lights with excellent effect. Potted plants
and smilax supplemented the light Union
blue in the foreground, while gracefully
draped silk flags and the significant llg
ures M in old gold and 'W In htmrlet and
cream formed a harmonious background.
The Union boys presented delicate scar
let and cream buttonieres tied with blue
satin, rlbbona, as souvenirs from the Un
The program opened at 8.15, with Pres
ident A. S. Harding in the chair. The
opening number was a violin solo by Pro
fessor G. C. Menzendorf. rendered with
feeling and expression. The professor very
courteously responded to a hearty encore.
which was equally well appreciated by Uie
The marriage of two university people
so seldom occurs that it naturally Is ac
companied by much Interest. It Is usu
ally the case that a wedding of this kind
occurs so long after the departure of the
peoplo from college, that they are remem
bered by n few of the older students only.
There was a notable departure from this
rule last Sunday when Eugene Buren
Sherman and Maud Shaw were united In
marriage. Both parties were In tho uni
versity year before last and both are wide
ly known throughout the university.
Eugene Sherman was a graduate of the
class of '!,, entering here In his senior
year having taken work formerly at the
Northwestern university. He represented
Nebraska In the Interstate oratorical con
test and In the Knnsns-Nchrnskn debnte.
In the lirst Instance he won the highest
rank ever granted to nn orator from this
Institution. He was a member of Delta
Tau Delta fraternity, nnd will be remem
bered as tho leading dramntlst for tho
excellent senior play.
The bride nttended the university dur
ing the years of !M and 1Ci, nnd was one
of the most popular young ladles who ever
entered the university. She was a mem
bur of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
The ceremony occurred nt the home of
the bride's aunt, and in many ways gave
evidence of the contracting parties being
college students. The curemony was per
formed by Chancellor MaeLean, and
though brief was beautiful and Impres
sive. The rooms were decorated with red
and white carnations.
The list of guests was limited to rela
tives and intimate friends of tho family.
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other Lancaster county representative, U audience.
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