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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1897)
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Several twcw imvft been iflnnied o'n the
campus nuil n number of man httvo been
ohkBU tlo past week In raking up tlio
dwul Kft8H ami otherwise Improving th'o
npiionmnco of tho grounds.
l'rofoatw Caldwell kiwii aovoral lectures
Inst Muk before thu limoliCsis oon volition
In Counall lilurf.
Tlio political mniomUts of iho univer
sity luwo boon trying to ilguio out n ills
turlmuoo wltloh hns been onused In tlio
labor ulrolos of tlio university eoinuviuont
upon tho rcwlKiiatlon of Mr. W. A. ncrrurd
who has boon porroptlug tho ItrowuliiK
pnpoi. Mr. h. r. Smith tokos hlx plnoo.
Tabor Twle linn Ihhmi advanced from ens
tod Inn of tho return shelve to tlio night
dusk foriuorly hold by Mr. Smith. Mr.
It. S. Muollor tlltiMl lib fuot Inin Tulw's
Sltot, as ciiHtodlnn, tlma permitting Mr.
A. A. Oilman to work several more hours
per wook. Tlio kid did not give up bin
lKWltlou as mull clerk on Tho Nebrnskan,
nud bo Ik niiiiilfwtlng a disposition to got
nil Iip can, and bold on to all bo gets. So
desso Clpliind Is hiIII waiting for tbo men
lal 0!ltloti on the Nebraska n.
Mr. William Axllng Is now engaged In
supplying the Hnpilst oliurob pulpit at Da
On Krlday April 2. tho bill providing for
tbo appropriation of 50,000 for tho croc
lion of a building on tbo campus for tlio
uso of tho school of mechanic arts, was
brought up In tho senate for llinil consld
oration. A mimbor of tbo termor ophu
outs of tbo bill turnco noout and oast
tbolr votes In Its favor. Hansom of Doug
las, who made a soecli antagonistic to tbo
bill at Us formor consideration, voted for
It at tho limit passago. The bill passed
tbo wnalo with nn iilmrwt unnnlmoup vote
twenty-two voting for It, and but two.
Miller of Hurt county and Ulrhtle of Sow
nrd county voting against It.
Tbo pupils of tbo Dowltt schools gavo
tbo oioni, "Ualla" last wook, under tbo
direction of S. H. Martin '!C, and wife.
Tbo M. S. U. Indopondont will Issue tbo
contost number for ;ho tutor-state orator
ical contest to bo bold at Columbia Mo.,
May C. It will bo n largo handsome nuni
bor, containing all tho 'utorstuto orations,
cuts and sketches of the orators, and a
full account of tho oon.ost. They will
sell tho number for twenty cents per copy.
Anyone desiring a copy should send In
their orders early to the M. S. U. Indopon
dont, Columbia, Mo.
George Constancer's barber shop Is lo
cated at 1010 O street. Four of tho best
workmen In the city are to be found here.
Wo arc offering special Inducements to
tbo students of tbo university who patron
ize our book and stn.lonery department
During tho next week we will sell Cas
well's German dictionary to all university
students at 1.12. per copy. This Is n re
duction of 25 percent or tbo publishers'
price. It lies altogether with studen of
tbo university as to whether thuy will
make an all around saving of 31 or il per
cent by leaving us their trade, or pay
that much more for tbo same goods else
where. Homomber tho moro of your trado
wo got, ;bo lower wo make the prices.
Fourteen karot gold fountain pens, Co
each. Hook do'pt. Herpolshelmer & Co.
E. Hnllott carries a lino line of spectnc
les. Examination of the eyes free.
History paper, note books, lead pencils
and all suhool supplies at lowest prices
Book department of Hcrpolshelmcr & Co.
FURS! ! MEN-SOPHOMORES.
Tbo freshmen took nn afternoon off Just
before vacation, to show .bo sophomores
how they play ball. In sx Innings tho
fresblos piled up twenty-five runs. The
first time thoy went to bat twelve scores
wore made, which won tho gnme The
playing on both sides was on tho whole,
good. Manager Garrlnger of tho sophs,
kop; up tho spirits of his team In nn en
thusiastic manner. Each sldo made three
Coughol ptched n steady game through
out and was supported by Catcher Mooro
nnd tho fielders In good ahopo. Tho. pitch
ing for tho sophs was at first weak, but
toward the last picked up considerable.
Tho crowd enjoyed tho treat: Tho men
played In tlio following positions:
Freshmen - Position Sophomores
Mooro C Hansen
Cnughnl p ...Whedou
Gordon (Capt.) 1 b Rain
Wntormnn 2 b Chrlstlo
Ryan s. b (Capt.) Molforrt
Stophor 3 b Iedwltb
Garrott 1. f ...Fechot
Davis c. f. Reeder
Koschltzky r. f. ...'...,.. ...Strock
Scoro by Innings:
Freshmen . , .r, 12 3 1 3 .1 5 25
Sophomores . - 41 55 4 ll 0 , 10
Homo runs. Ledwlth 2, Reeder l Garrott
1, Coughol 1, Moorob Umpiro Hnywnrd.
COLLEGE SETTLEMENT REPORT.
T)iq college settlement cornmltteo has
banded In Its usual dotallcd monthly ro
port. Tho BUbstanco of It fqllpwp;
Children' commute Tbo work In na
ture study has been carried on after tho
sanr plan as followed last month, Caro
has boon taken to show tho migratory
habits of nnlnialfl, especially Illustrated by
talks and rqadlngM oii the habits of thir
birds vhleli appear oaiilos( In1 tjio spring",
Tito olmrnutnrlstlcs Of thnso bints as to
tbolr niannor of living, their nests nnd
tbolr usefulness to mint, bnvo bpon ex
plained, The two upper rojtns have been used to
good advantage In continuing our work
In physical training, Mint In giving drills
to accompany songs wbon an Instrument
Is not needed. Tbo practice of literal. v ex
orcises of an elementary nature lias boon
uiIIUihI to a good advantage.
Tbo plans for Hie f unite art to secure
as ninny Interesting specimens of anlinal
nnd plant life as ixiwlhlo, taking such
common varieties, that sotno objeot lesson
can bo gvon from thorn, tints creating n
draper Interest In living things by
stiMiitfthonlng tbo olilldrons' powers of ob
servation There Is some encouragement In tbo un
usual Interest taken In German books, and
nowspitHrs by the Goitnan families.
The attendance has been steadily In
creasing mull the last week Wbon tho
spring woaibor kopi many away. Tbo av
erage weekly attendance for March Is 29
plus. The general deportment of the chil
dren during tho hour, bas Improved slight
ly, and tbolr Interest In the work soonis to
Tbo social committee Tlio regular
monthly social was hold on March It. Tho
weather was Inclement, but despite tlio
stornilnos, about fifty of tho young people
of the settlement camo out. About eight
or ten of the university students went to
help out tbo committee as tho chairman
was tbo only member of the committee
who could go. Part of tho entertainment
consisted of music nnd a German recita
tion. Several of the girls of tbo settlement
sang nnd It was clearly seen that the other
young people wore more Interested be
C'liiso tueir friends furnished a part of the
untortalumont. The social of tho young
entertainment. Some of tho young men of
tho settlement will furnish music for tho
next social. Tho eomirlttoo Intends to en
o.nir.igo this feature of tho work and thus
mnko tho young people of the neighbor
hood take an active part.
Comniltioo on Education Actual class
work has been falling off on account of
tho pleasant evenings which have kept
children out dootv. This work will proba
bly have to be dropind with tho exception
of the sewing school and one class of
young ladles In English. Miss Schwartz
and Messrs. Meier and Gutlelben have re
signed their Gorman classes. Miss Wal
lace bas taken charge of some German
classes on Monday and Wednesday, form
erly taught by Mr. Gutlelben. Mr. Lango
still tenches his class on Monday ovenlng.
On tbo evening of Aqrll B, Prof. Card
gave a well appreciated talk on planus.
On April C. Mr. C. F. Fisher gnvo'a talk
Illustrated by lantern slldos. Tho commit
tee has now decided to substitute for the
ohnses s:oppod such games as may be
harmless, ami at the same time keep tho
boys and girls out of mischief. Crojuet
grounds are now K-ing llttd up and tbo
oommlttcc would ask tho board of control
to provide n croquet set. Other games for
out of doors tuny bo adopted If thought
Committee on library and literature
Tho additions to the college settlement li
brary for tho month of March are as fol
lows: Lincoln Frole Presse, Nebraska
Slants Anzelgor. lwth delivered regularly;
Orlnoko, Nach Frankrelcb hltieln, Herman
nnd Dorothea, Dor alto Zeitalt, and Life
of Lilsmark, secured through tho kindness
of the Lincoln Frelo Presse; ono year's
Youth's Companion, nnd a large number
of miscellaneous magazlmvi of which a
complete list cannot bo made as somo
wore lent before catalogued; .also the regu
lar Journal exchanges kindly furnlsncd by
the city editor as heretofore A largo num
ber of books and periodicals are kept in
constant circulation, while much reading
matter In both German nnd English has
been freely distributed among the homes
Much eager Interest In current events Is
manifest by reason of this distribution.
There Jias lieeu no work douo of Im
portance, at least nothing now. Plans have
been made to got tho committee togotber
soma day If possible and do a llttlo hand
repair work on about CO or CO books that
are now in tho settlement houso but can
not bo lent because they are In very poor
condition. It Is also hoped to have somo
magazines bound that nre now in tbo li
brary hut cannot bo used because they
aro In lioor condition. Among these are,
four years vt "Pansy" two of "St. Nlcn
olas," two of "Scrlbner" and ono yenr of
Tho muslo cornmltteo Tho books secured
from tho board of education have been
used In tbo classes cac"h week and somo
progress bas becon made. Tho Instruction
bas not been confined to these books how
over. A quartotto of girls bas been trained
and have made their appearance, hcvoral
Tho visiting committee A number of
short calls wero made: inviting the women
of tbo neighborhood for a social evening
nt tho Graham Taylor hou.o. Also, sovor
nl visited a llttll boy who had broken his
leg. and a woman sick with tho pneumon
ia. Tho people visited seemed pleased, and
with few oxcoptlons asked tho students to
como again. During tbo past month somo
thirty cnlls wero made In tho neighbor
Employment IturoftU-ThlnRS imvt i ,n
moving on nicely. Two applications have
boon tilled, one by E. O. Sutton for n wash
woman, the other by Mrs. Dr. t'iatk for a
lady to do houso work. Uotb gave sum-!
fnotlon so far as aotlid lie teamed. There'
are no dollnlto plana lb view Just now, for j
the work wns well under way when the.
present chairman took bold of It. Othor
applications fur gonernl housework have
not as yet boon lllled.
Committee on supplies and furnishings
To tbo knowledge of the committee ihoie
has been no furniture added to the houso.
The committee hopes to do butter work
Tbo following Is tho geuuial statistical
report of the work of the Graham Taylor
house during tho mouth of March:
Nights rooms woro opon, 2(1. average at
tendance, males 17 fcmnlos 12; book loaned
ISO; magazines loaned lis; periodicals dis
tributed, 18; total visits of students, males
II fumnlos 23; calls made by residents on
slok, 22; other calls by residents IS. Work
has boon beun on a croquet ground nnd
quoit ground Tho games will be under tho
supervision f student. It Is hoped that
these will c nstltuto it plensnnt fenturo of
the work throughout tho spring nud sum
mer. The committee recommends, that a suit
able croquet sot be purchased for use on
the lawn of the college settlement houso.
nud that tho board of control consider tho
ndvlsnblllty of binding for permanent li
brary use the complete llles of mngnzlues
now e the house.
THE POSTER PARTY.
A most delightful as well as novel en
tertainment was a poster party given by
the members of the Kappa Kappa Gam
ma sorority Saturday ovenlng, March 27,
for tho benctll of the college settlement.
A number of different methods of rais
ing money for tbo support of the settle
ment have boon employed during the year
but perhaps none have met with grontor
success than this last entertainment. Af
ter all expenses were paid, twenty-two
dollars and fifty cents was banded to the
committee on college settlement funds.
About twenty-live numbers made up the
program, these wore tableaux, represent
ing different advertisements, and maga
zines. Several musical number varied
tbo program. Vocal solos were rendered
by Mtsaos Griggs, Eleanor Raymond, Jes
sie Lansing and llesste Turner; Instru
mental by Misses Rlsser and Colson, and
a violin solo by Edith Schwartz.
Tho posters were represented ns folows:
DeLougs' hooks and eyes, Cora Crop
soy and Stella Elliott.
Van Camps' pork and beans, Ellen Gere,
also a second tableau representing the
same by Adelloyd Whiting and Francis
Rublfoam Maud Rlsser, Grace Uroady,
Nell Lau and Potor Lau.
Society musical Instruments Maud Rls
ser, Eleanor Raymond, Mr. Wlllard Yntoa
nud Lowe Rlcketts.
Ivory soap was represented by three
tableaux, one by Miss Lau, another by
Clara Hammond and Dora Harloy. and
tho third by Nanmnh Lowe, Jessie Jury
and Anna Kroady.
Crown piano Nellie Griggs and Leon
Cleveland's Unking powder Ena Rlck
etts, also a second by Loonore Richards.
Ibfkurs' chocolate Grace Uroady.
Lownoy's Anna Uroady.
Columbia bicycle Francis Gere.
Copco soai Nellie Griggs.
Chocolate Menler Adelloyd Whiting
Vogue Ellen Gore.
Pear's soap Mny Colson.
Aeollon Ena Rlcketts. May Colson and
The Puritan Miss Whiting. This tab
leau was especially pretty, for while It
was glvon "Spin, Spin" was sung by M
Raymond, behind the suenes.
Fibre chamois was given twice. The
Itrat time by Ena Itlekotts, Mr. Rlcketts
and Mr. Doubrava, tbo second tableau
represented a football victory.
Miss llantz curried, the pennant and ting
wlillo tho victors, Messrs. Packard, Oury,
Sbedd and Raymond, Just from tbo Hold,
stood around her, nnd as the advortiso
ment announces, "Thus ends the bloody
business of the dny." '
MILLER El PAINE,
1229 to 1239 O Street.
316 S. South Twelfth St.
Meals 15 cts.
Tabic Board $3...
Meal Tickets, 2 1 Meuls, $S.
K SPECI'AL RHT6i
Will be made to STUDENTS upon application.
YOU WILL SAVE TIME
By taking Ua
FOR MAIN LINE,
And Norfolk Branch.
All Points in Kansas
Keep this in inititl when going on foot-ball trips or any viicntion.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1044 O Street.
Fine Watches, Diamonds, Sterling Silverwar,
Clocks, Jewelry, Opera Glasses, Gold-
; Headed Canes and Umbrellas,
i Watch repairing, engraving and Optical work a specialty. No charge for oxam
. Intng the eyes.
!l!43 O Street, - - LINCOLN, NEB.
Funke Opera House Block.
Ono hundred High Art bb-yclos, ludy'a
or gouts for a short time for J75.0p. Tills
la a raro opportunity and Is tho best bar
gain over offered In tho city. 1217 O St.
Just try a 10c box of Cascarets, the finest
liver and bowel regulator over made.
The latest and prectlest store in the city
la Bumstead and Tuttle's now furnishings
and tailoring storo at 117 So. 11th street.
Call and see their beautiful neckwear.
DON'T TAKE THE NEBKASKAN from
your neighbor, but from tho business
manager. It Is a much more satisfact
ory way of doing. You can get it dur
ing the second semester or fifty cents.
Everybody Buys So,
Cascarota Catuiv Ciiihartlo, tbo most won
dorjul medical illwoxory of tbo ago, pleas
ant ami rofivslmiK to tho taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver mid bowels,
olcanalni; tlio cutlro system, dlipol c;olds,
euro bcatbioho, lovur, bubltual cQtiatlpntlon
and biliousness. Please buy and try n box
of U O, G. to-diiv; 10, A S voiiir, isoltl nnd
gimrilutcud to euro by till driifglstp.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Auburn, Falls City,
Atchison, St. Joseph,
and Kansas Cit,
City Ticket Office. 1201 0 Street.
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