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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1897)
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The Delta Ui'lta IK'ltu fraternity will
mid n reception at tho Lincoln hotel
on the evening of Thanksgiving, No-
A stock of Huntington's Hpeolal dlo
.tanipeil stationery haH been received
by the Co-iP- It makes the prettiest
f of N. tablet yet seen.
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wing to the small attendance.
The Nebraska College of Oratory
,in oivo a nitidis' recital In tho Y. M.
r A auditorium next Wednesday even
ly 'November 18. The public Is cor-
dlally inVllCO 111 luiuim.
Mr Andrew Rosewater, municipal
(Dclncer In Omaha, la to give a scries
of five lectures to the civil engineers,
the first one being on next Monday and
the others on following Mondays.
The Union Hoys' Debating club meet
In Union hall Saturday evening, No
vember G. to debate the question: Re
solved. Tlint the municipalities should
osnaml control their natural monopo
lies Delta Ganinm entertained Informally
it the homo of Miss Nella Cocbran Sat
urday evening. October 30. The games,
refreshments, and docorntlonB were
made to conform to the traditions of
A treut Is In store for those who at
tend the Dellnn concert on Friday
evening of this week. The main
features of the entertainment will be
the singing of the Beatrice main quar
tet and the phonographic selections.
The members of IM Beta Phi enter
tained nt the home of Miss Woodward
Saturday night. The usual informality
that pcrvndes a celebration of Hallow
e'en was In evidence, both In the enter
tainment and refreshments of the
Miss Grace Sails, at one time a
student In the University, and recently
of St. Lawrence University, Canton,
X. Y., hns returned to Lincoln. Miss
Sails wns a member of Delta Delta
Delta nt St. Lawrence and haB trans
ferred her membership to tho chapter
The following who attended tho
pme Saturday were tho guests of Phi
Kappa Psi during their stay In Lin
coln. They were: Superintendents of
Schools Pearso of Omnha, Brulnnrd of
Beatrice, Overholt or Asblnnd; also
Referee Piatt of Kansas City. John
fcntt, Clint Norton, and Mrs. Shedd of
The Y. M. C A. Is planning to have
big meeting next Sunday afternoon
t to clock. All the college associa
tions In the city and possibly tho asso
ciation at Donne will bo represented.
Mr. W. J. Hunting will lead tho meet
ing. Tho subject will be; "The Cen
tral Motive in Our College Life." There
till be plenty of good music. Every
young man Is Invited.
With four enthusiastic debating
dubs, possessing n membership rang
ing from twenty-five to fifty each, our
prospect seems fnlr for tho best of
representation in interstate debates
this year The preliminaries for tho
KansaR-Noliraska contest were post
poned this year that tho law school
might have more representatives. Cor
respondence is being cnrrled on with
"rlous state universities with tho
Jope of forming one or more leagues.
Mlnnesotn cannot muster sumclont en
thusiasm to join. So fur nothing has
wn heard from Missouri, Iowa or
'97 WILL ORGANIZE.
The class of '97 hold a mooting
Wednesday, preliminary to making a
Permanent organization that will. It
' hoped, hold the class together for
g YOUNG MEN
Don't fail to
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EWiWC CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET.
their own good and tho good of tho
alma mater. Nothing was dono at
HiIb meeting but appoint a committee
to draft n constitution and appoint a
meeting for noxt Wednesday nt fi
o'clock. It Ih hoped that all membere
of tho class of '!)7 who uro In tho city,
whether In college or not, will come to
tho meeting next Wednesday and tako
a hand In tho proceedings.
Tho base billl season will open with
vory bright prospects this year. Con
sidering tho flno record our team mndo
hiBt year and tho fact that some of tho
old players aro back, together with a
great abundanco of now material, Ne
braska should have a team of which
she mny Justly bo proud.
To be Hiiro, the tenm will feel tho
ubHonoo of Htich mon as Waller Frlel,
who luiH played backstop for tho boyH
for three years, and who Is without
i doubt the fastest amateur catcher In
tho state. Then It will bo hard to find
as honest and hard working a man
as Tom Crolgh to piny shortstop, and
for tho first time In many years tho
confer garden will bo vuennt. No
words of pralBo are too good for our
last year's captain, Lawrence Packard.
Ho has played on tho U. of N. base ball
team for five years, always working
hard for the best Interests of base ball,
and oven going so fnr ns to sacrifice
self-interest when ho thought he could
strengthen the team by so doing. He
was a true ball player crank. Never
missing o practice, trip or no trip.
Hut to fill these vacancies we have
such mon as Konagy, who caught for
Donne College and who caught several
games for tho state team last year.
Then Col. Hurr, n very fast local
catcher, Is In tho law school, and nftor
ho has been fanned several weoks by
tho wings or a good coach lie will be
rnst enough far any team.
Dutch Wells, with whom wo nre nil
acquainted, promises to get out this
year, and tins is enougn lo mauo tne
most pessimistic crank leap with Joy.
Tho pitching department promises
to bo exceptionally strong, headed by
I2d Oordon, who, by tho way, pitches
good ball IT tho birds fly thick enough
over the dlnmond, together with Hal
stead, Rea, Spencc, Wells, who will
bo In college tho second semester;
Williams, Brown, White, Burt, Mel-
ford, Potersonrfrom Iowa; Schwartzr
and Stringer. We have no fenr for
want of pitchers.
Tho rest of the boys need no Intro
duction, as Reeder has played three
years In left field, Kindler is familiar
on the first bag, Benedict nt second,
Cowglll at third, Porter, Pace, More,
Ryons, Dennisou, Mllford. and Mellza
hove all been seen In the game at dif
Tho management will try nnd ar
range things for n fall practice, and
winter training hns been sorlously
THE REPETITION OF THE MIN
STRELS. Tho minstrel show was repeated at
tho Funke opern house Tuesday night
to a large and enthusiastic audience.
Perhaps It would be better to stop
right here, but n word or two of ex
planation might bo added.
Everything went against the min
strel show's second appearance from
tho start. In tho first place Crano
was at the Lansing, nnd he drow nil
his own hoiiBO nnd nine-tenths of tho
minstrel'B house, too. Then Professor
EoHterooy and his coterie of brass
tootlors woro soro because they woro
roasted In tho minstrel show, and they
refused to make a parado for tlio
troupe. This was a great deprivation,
because a comic parade Ib always a
There wore not mnny In the audl
oncc when tho curtain wont up, but
they woro real nice people, nnyway.
When tho troupe saw that thoy woro
not going to mako money enough to
nil tho foot ball coffers, they went In
look at the fine ff
for a good time -and they had It.
Both Hunk Mueller and .less Rowo
forgot tholr tambos, and Jack Sumner
forgot his rnttloboncH, and two end
men had to go on with one bono aploco.
Hunk sont down to a second-hand
Htoro nnd borrowed a child's tnmbo
with tho bond busted In. It was ho
dilapidated that It couldn't mako a
sound, although Hunk did say It guvo
a tone lo the performance. Juclt Kind
sat behind a big Hereon and played tho
accompaniments. The Hereon was ho
high that he couldn't hoc over It, and
the only way he could toll when the
soloists woro ready was to lie with his
ear on tho floor and watch tho Hlng
ors when they got up. Ho got tired
of thin and after the second number
the soloists bad to throw rocks over
tho Hereon to wake Jack up. Tho
house was very qulot and sedate, and
Josh Rowo said the only applause ho
beard was some that wns wafted ovor
from tho Lansing. While tho minstrel
show was going on Phil Russoll gavo
a box party to the Chums cast. Dur
ing tho intermission Artlo Wolshans
scraped up an acquaintance with tho
other man in the audience.
"Chimin" wiih produced again at the
end of the show. Phil Russell wns
prettier than ever In a blue shirtwaist
and n wblto duck skirt. La Rue Brown
played the part of tho old woman
again, and ho woro a Mother Hubbard
that hung about him tin gracefully as
If someone had dropped It on him from
the roof. Someone had caked bis face
over with powder to make him look
nged, and ho hitched himself across tho
stage like a galvanized ghost. La
Rue's voice Is a little heavy for a
pious old lady's, anyway, and when
ho gets excited It rumbles like n run
away beer wagon.
Jess Rowe looked the part of a good
old farmer, even if he didn't have any
"blzoolers." Phil got excited In one
scene nnd pushed Jess over n chair,
and his bend hit the floor four or five
times In quiet succession. Jess always
does have a hard tlmo in this show.
Last year his son tore tho shirt nearly
off his back and this year the prima
donna wrastles him all over the stage.
Jess Is getting pretty old to act, any
The play ended In the good old way
and tho house was cleared in nn In
credibly short tlmo.
See Dr. Leonhnrt's ad In thib Issue.
Old lints made over successfully at
Mrs. Gosper's, 1114 O street.
DR. S. E. COOK. - Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. 1215 O St.
Nebraska College of Oratory,
Y. M. C. A. Building. Lincoln, Neb.
Practical course in Voice Building,
Dramatic and Lyric Art and Forensio
Faculty oxporiencod instructors, grad
uatoB of Boston Col logo of Oratory.
Cost of Courso in reach of ovory in
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Military Band Training,
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FUNKE OPERA HOUSE.
TWO BIG NIGHTS,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5-6
Litz & Davis' big spectacular production
of RIDER HAGGARD'S
Two car loads of scenery.
Finest thing this season.
Now songs, specialties, and dances.
Prices, ?1, 75c, EOc, and 25c. Bargain
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