Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1897)
. i Ititir vmt, nntil it 1,. .1,1, 1
von win Ret wint yu ,my f(),' Unl()U
Vw Co., 1010 0. Hollo, 33B.
MlflH It'll Ii"wIh Is gymnasium uhhIhL
ont for morning "hisses iumI MIhh Al
berta Hptnok for afternoon.
George Uelntrod loft tlilH morning
for Harvard, whom ho will rontlnuo
hla courso In chemistry.
I'Tlioro aro othors" as good porhnps,
Ijut nono bettor than tlio pictures
taken nt t,in Students' Photogrnph
Oallory. loal 0 Htroot.
I'rofcHHor Harbour's department hut"
lately received a dray load of spool
mciiH. nirlop.lUoH, etc Among thoin Is
a niuininy whloh at mm tlmo Hold for
An effort Ih olng madn to form a
University of Nobrnsku chess (dub.
TliOHi who aro desirous of Joining aro
requested ti lu'.r.'l tholr names to P. .1.
William Mllford, renter on tho Uni
versity eleven foi two years past, Ih
expert nd to rolurn to Lincoln hoiiio
tlme hpnL week to roHUino IiIh old po
sition on tho olovon.
There In same talk of organizing a
chosa dull among tho students, In
order to compote with othor Instltu
tlons. Thoso wishing to Join aro re
quested to glvo tholr namcH to Mr. l
Mrs. Blanche Taylor of South
Omnlia and Blanche and Grace Lasch
of WchI Point woro Initialed Into
Delta Helta Delta Thursday evening.
Tho Initiation wuh hold at tho home of
Mr. Koss of tho University of Mich
igan, has scoured tho scholarship in
physics at tho University of Nebraska,
antl is expected to arrive the latter
part of this wok to assume his duties
In the laboratory.
Mrs. Pyle, who conducts I ho Con
servatory Dining hall, banqueted u
number of the foot ball team last Mon
day ovenlng after the game with Tar
klo. Tho tables woro decorated with
the college colors.
Seo Gardner, tho tailor, for llrst-
class work at reasonable prices; also
cleaning and dyeing and repairing
Suits pressed, TtOo: pants, 1fic; club
rates, ?1 per month. Southwest cor
ner Eleventh and O streets.
The Loyal Women's Memorial, a
Massachusetts association, oilers a
cash prize of ?100 for tho best paper
on "Woman's Part in tho War of tho
Rebellion " This Is open to every
body, but especially to college and uni
Wednesday afternoon there was a
crowd gathered about the lawn tennis
court, also the windows of tho library
overlooking the same spot were lilled
with spectators. Some great attraction-the
girls were playing basket
hall on the campus.
The Topeka State Journal of Octo
ber l-i contains a quotation from (5. K.
Klndler on the outlook for baso ball
In Nebraska. Lincoln Ih not to enter
the Western Association but Is to con
tent ItRelf with the article of base ball
Put up by the Rtato University.
The Union Hoys' Debating club meet
In Union ball Saturday. October 2:5, to
discuss the question: "Resolved, that
the present civil service system should
be retained." Those for tho nlllrma
tive are Mr. Towo and Mr. Hilton, for
the negative, Mr. Klnton and Mr.
Two fraternity Jewelers will send
representatives to tho University next
week. Mr. Van Tuyl of Wright. Kay
&t'o. will ho here Wednesday, and tho
agent for Hhoem &. Son will arrive
Tuesday. It is expected that the
Greeks win make some hoavy pur
chases The members of tho Pi Hctn Phi
sorority were at the Burlington sta
un Thursday evening to meet Miss
Edith Ingersol, who Is a member of
tho Denver chapter. Miss Ingersol
was on her wny from tho East to re
sume he,. Btudlos in tho Denver university.
ra Cochrnn, a pitcher on tho "K.
u- team two yenrs ago nnd a member
01 the Topeka ball club last summer,
visited with G. B. Kindlor last Tuos-
He expressed himself as well
Pleased with tho University of No
"raska and hoped to bo able to enter
The Christian associations will have
a Joint meeting next Sunday afternoon
l o'clock In Dellan ball. U W.
'hatcher, president of tho Y. M. C. A..
11' bo the lea lor. Miss Burrows and
Mr. John Hooso will give short talks
on mlHslonary work In Japan. Thorn
will bo plonty of good muslo.
J. C. McNIhIi spout Sunday nt IiIh
homo In Fremont,
Miss Carrlo (look of Wahoo Hpent
Saturday and Sunday at her homo.
Harloy Ilowlt wuh Initiated Into tho
niyHloiicH of Alpha Tan Omega IiihI
Supoiintondont Williams or tho
ColumbtiH hcIiooIh wuh visiting IiIh son
Frod hiHt Thursday and Friday.
'I ho stuilontH of the mdiool of me
chanical arts have organized a tech
nical club, to bo known ih tho "School
or Mechanical ArtH Club of tho Unlvor
slty or NobraHka." Uh object Ih to
promote Intorent In mechanical sub
jects. At tho last meeting hold tho
constitution and by-lawn woro adopted
and tho following olllcorH oleotod: J. L.
Aekor, president; H. A. Yodor, vice
proHldont; C. A. Pearson, secrotary
treasuror: W. W. Votaw, Horgoant-at-arms.
The club meets on tho llrst and
third Friday night or each month.
There Ih a movement on foot to get
together about 100 liiHtv-lunged stu
dentH who will attend the Mlssourl
NebraHka game and root In unison.
Leadoi-H will bo Holecled, a program of
yolla will be provided and whatever Is
helpful toward making a showing or
college spirit will bo provided. Some
practices will bo held on tho campus
and nn Invitation Is extended to every
student In college to come out and
practice. These practices will be so
arranged ho that they may be held
during the time of foot ball practice,
between C and (i next Tuesday and
Combs, brushoH, drugH, ice cream
soda, otc, at CowIoh & Grlovlsh, loth
and P Stn.
Whttnoy'B Gorman dictionary, for
merly ?2,G0, In now Holllng nt tho
Co-Op. for $1.40,
Tho CoOp. has rocolvod a now con
slgnmont of ombosHod University lot
torhond tablets, envelopes, oto,
J. M. GUILE,
316 So. Uth Strnot.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Mr. Guila announces hlnmolf to University
students who nro vote. as a candidate, for
Justice of the Pcncn,
IOWA'S FOOTBALL TI3AM.
Tho football team Is hard at work
thoso flno days, getting Into condition
to defeat every team that may opposo
them this year, Tho material Is good
and heavy; our coach Is a good one;
and, best of all, everybody 1b getting
enthusiastic on footbnll lines. Every
condition nccessnry to success on tho
gridiron is present, nnd this year's
tonm will undoubtedly bo the strong
est that has over represented tho University.
As to tho personnel of the team, It Is
impossible at this date to state doll
nltelM If whom it will consist, as tho
matter will be determined, in a great
measure, by tho work of tho vnrlous
candidates between now and tho day
following the Drake game that is
within a week.
Among tho candidates for the lino
aro Wright, K. D. Blackmoro, Walker,
A. II. niackmoro, Egnn, Towic, Mcls
ter, Lamcrton, Klingcnherg, Warner,
Kellogg, and possibly Myers. Wright
will probably 1111 center, with Hlack
more and Walker as guards. Tho rest
of the places on the lino may bo divid
ed among the othor candidates In
order of survival. Blackmore, Egun,
and Towle are good strong men. Mcls
ter and Lamerton nro playing wonder
fully well, and Kllngenborg Is work
ing bard. Warner played good football
Saturday, and Kellogg Is still In tho
lists. Tho lino will probably avorngo
upwards of 200 pounds.
Deems nnd Griffith, the candidates
for qunrter, nro having a lively battle
for honors. Griffith was on the High
School team last year, plays a snappy
game, being excellent in defense, nnd
not slow on tho sprint. Deems, who is
heavier. Is strong on tho tackle, and
plays a surprisingly good game for a
Holbrook, Gaines, Kemp, Sheldon,
and Meyers are all strong candidates
for halfbacks. Holbrook and Meyers
have practiced only once or twice, but
thoy will Bhcn? their old strength.
Gaines and Kemp each played well
last Saturday, both making somo long
runs with the ball. Sheldon mado two
touchdowns and several gains in the
same game, and Is an nil round good
The candidates for full-back are
Hobbs, Howies nnd Williams, Bowles
and Williams' aro doing woll, but
Hobbs, who has thoi advantago of a
large oxpcrlonce. will probably fill this
GREAT MUSIC OFFER.
Sond us tho names and addresses of
DR. S. E. COOK.-Prnotlco
limited to Eyo, Ear, Noso and
Throat. 1215 O St.
Nebraska College of Oratory,
Y. M. C. A. Building, Lincoln, Neb.
Practical courso in Voice Building,
Drninntio ami Lyric Art anil Foronsio
Faculty oxperiencoil Instructors, grad
uates of Boston Col logo of Oratory.
Cost of Courso in roaoh of ovory in
Send for Free Catalogue.
Fall Torm oponod Soptombor 10th, 1807.
OLIVER ERWIN. j. E. ERWIN
The Antelope Valley
Buy Underwear whilu
you can get what you
Buy Cloaks while the
assortment is complete,
We think we have what
Come and see us,
MILLER & PAINE.
Yards 25th and J Sts.
Office 113 N. nth St.
Tho regular courso is four yoars; with
conditions for ndvnncotl standing. This
school claims superiority in tho oxtont
and thoroughness of laboratory ooursos
and in tho gront variety of its clinical
material and tho methods by which it is
used in toaching. For circulars of in
formation address tho Sccrotary,
Dit. N. S. Davis, Jk
2113 OearbornSt.. Chicago,
OMAHA All points EuBt.
KANSAS CITV-Enst nnd South.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE nnd HELENA.
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Hns tho host modern equipment.
Pullman Pnlnco nnd Tourist Sleopors.
Dining nnd Freo Reclining Chnir Cars.
For tlmo schedules, tickots, reservation of births, cnll on or address
E. 13 SLOSSON, Gon. Agt., 1014 O Btroot, J. T. AUSTIN, C. T A.
S.H.H.CLARK, Pros. E. DICKINSON, Gon. Mgr. E.L.LO.MAX, G. P.&T. A
The University of Nebraska.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Offers Complete Courses in the Fol
Harmony, Countorpoint, History, Gen
oral Thoory, Sight Reading.
' Offers Free Advantages not found
Freo Scholarships in nil Departments
Military Band Training,
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
And a complete stock of Standard and
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
Table Board, $2 50. Meals, 15 cts.
MEAL TICKETS, $2.50.
THE MODEL DINING HALL,
MltS. ROH'T. KRHBLAND. Proprietress.
31O So. 12th Street. - - Lincoln, Neb.
If Yon are Thinking of Studying Music Investigate the Merits of this School
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
You'll Find it's a Good Place.
FRANCIS BROS. 121 Nonhjith.
Oysters, Fish and Gnmo in Season.
Also Restaurant at 141S O St., Lincoln, Xeb
Open all night. Give us a call.
We make a Specialty of 15 Cent Meals.
Students . . .
For fine PHOTOGRAPHS go to
New Popular Priced
$1.00 Per Doz. and Up.
We guarantee to please vou. Call and
thrco or more performers on the piano se.e our work, get our prices and give us a
mui. wui uiuiiu la iu incibc an customers
or organ together with 10 cents in sil
ver or postage and wo will mall' you
ten pieces full sheet music, consisting
of popular songs, waltzes, marches,
etc., arranged for the piano and organ.
Address Popular Music Publishing
Company, Indlannpolls, Ind.
PAINE & WAnFEL Ciothlers and furn
ishing goods. Merchant tailors. 1130 O
street. Your shoes shlned free.
BltUMSTEAD AND TUTTLE-Gonts fur
nishing and talloitng.
THE AIIMSTHONG CLOTHING CO.-i
Successors to Browning King and Co.
PERKINS & SHELDON The reliable
shoo store of Lincoln, 1129 O strict.
Experience at this University has proven that the
WATERMAN IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN
is THE reliable pen for class room use. It is always ready for use and writes contin
uously without blinking. It has the best gold pens that can be made, and mone
guaranteed retunded if the pen is not satisfactory. For sale at the CO-OP.
132 SO. I2THST.
O. F. Lambertson, D. D. S.
OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY
G,Sla.,una, Porceluln Crowns, Urhlija work.
Gold. Aluminum and Rubber Plates.
Special Rates to Students.
Onice, ltooms S3 and LM, Alexander Illoelt.
12th and O Sts., Lincoln, Nob.
EVANS LAUNDUY COMPANY-Best
service greatest courtesy. 325 N. 12th.
MILLER & PAINE-Dry goods and fur
nlshlng goods. 1229 to 1239 O street.
FUNKE OPERA HOUSE.
ONE SOLID WEEK, COMMENCING
Monday Oct. 25th.
BIG COMEDY CO.
London Bell Rjngers.
See and heai.
Tho 5 London bell ringers, tho I
Fausts' Rlsley acrobatic act, Colton &
Darrow sketch team, Prof. Gallando,
lightning clay modeler, Miss Fernan
dez, Bandurra soloist, th Sanders,
dancing dolls, Little Ruby, child
comedlenno, Mons. Victor, Xylophone
soloist, Ted & Eugene, acrobatic vio
linists, Master Freddie, champion
dancer, and other comedians, singers,
Fourteen high class specialties. Two
and a half hours of refined star acts.
Prices, 50c, 35c and 25c.
Seats on sale Saturday at 10 a. m.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Thursday. Oct. 28th.
Klaw & Erlanger'x 3rd Annual Review
IN THE CAST K.I te Foy. Lee Har
rison, Gilbt rt Gregory, Yorke &
Adams, Arthur V. Gibson, James
G. Peakes, l- S Iarr. Jeannette
Bogeard, Gonrurip Zella. Etta Gil
roy, Alice Ve'-z e. Josephine Stanton
Winnie Sennet te
75 peopln in the cast.
Seats on Sale Tuesday Oct. 2?th at Bo
Office. Prices $1.50, $1 . 75, 50, 25.
Powered by Open ONI