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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1897)
qiemn Alplm KpBllon will kIvo i ro
option Hi'9 I'VonlnK.
itnlph A. Drain wiih Initiated Into
ncltn Tnu Delta lat Monday cvonlng,
Miss Mnliol TIioiimh npont Saturday
(inil Sunday with hor parontB In South
neltn Tau ,)0,la "torlalncd tholr
friends Informnlly nt tholr rooms last
C M Story wont to Hontrlco Friday
topW' ,no 1nwncp c,ty unml nt tno
Knppn SlRWii lion Inaitcd InvltatlonB
(0 nn nt homo" Saturday evening,
Ilnrry H. OrovcB, Kappa SIr, haa loft
for I'lntlsniouth, whoro ho Bocurcd n
position as hotel clorlc.
The second pIovohb of Wcaloyan and
ihls rnlverslty lino up ngnliiBt each
other for a game thlB afternoon.
Karl Williams, William Hart, and
Claude Uecd wero pledged to Phi
Kiippu I'al hvHt Saturday evening.
llev W. A. Baldwin of lllalng Olty,
. vrv nonular Btudont In tho 80'a, vIb-
j nod mIr nlma mator last Friday.
Dr. (iorun, 01 mo l'luauyionun ino
oloRlrnl Somlnary of Omnlm, led tho
fhapel rrrcl803 Monday morning.
llctn Theln PI hoys will glvo a danc
ing part? In tholr rooms In tho Stnto
Nock the evening boforo Thanksgiv
ing. InvltatlonB aro out for tho Kappa
Sigma reception to-morrow night nt
the chapter house, Eighteenth and M
There was a meeting of tho athletic
board Inst Saturday at which affairs
vcrc discussed considerably, but no
important actions taken.
Rny V Tecle, 9i, left tho university
last Tuesday afternoon to accept an
appointment In tho government print
ing olllce at Washington.
Walter Rhodes, 9G, was elected
roiintv superintendent of Thayer
county, and 11. II. Culver, '8.1, won tho;
same olllce in Dixon county.
Prof. W. (5. LniiKWorthy Taylor has
transferred his affections from his
Mcycle to a saddle horse, which haa
proven to he more refractory than his
Dr. Johnson. Instructor In Latin, wns
lnjimil slightly In aiding his daughter
to escape from a tiro which broke out
in their house Ho was tumble to at
tend clnss.s Monday.
There will bo a meeting of thoso In
terested In college settlement work
Saturday evening, Novomber 13, nt tho
home of Professor and Mrs. Fossler,
1517 South Seventeenth street.
Andrew Rosownter of Omaha ad
dressed the civil engineer students nt
the chnpt-1 Monday night. This Is the
first of a series of bix lectures to ho
delivered by Mr. Rosewater during tho
While everybody la Intent upon foot I
ball, students who have any desire to I
enter the Kansas-Nebraska debate arc
reminded the time for registration in
the preliminaries closes November 15
next Monday night.
The great secret which tho senior
girls guarded so carefully was formally
made public last Saturday when each
young gentleman In the class received
an Invitation to meet tho girls Satur
day night at the conservatory.
John I,. Marshall, of tho class of '93,
will lend next Sunday's Y. M. C. A.
mMing Mr. Marshall Is well nown
o mnvr if the students as n forcible
and earnest talker, and It Is hoped
there may bo a good audience to henr
The Inlon Roys' Debating club meet
In Union ball Saturday evening, No
vember in. to debate tho question: Re
solved. That municipalities should
own ami ontrol their nnturnl monopo
lies. TIk.sp for the affirmative arc
Messrs Archer and North; for the neg
ative, Messrs. Burget nnd Warren.
These debates aro well attended, nnd
everyone has an opportunity to speak.
A r.cltal was given In the city Y. M.
C. A. W dnesday evening by tho pupils
of Miss Ella Crawford and Professor
Maggl of the Nebraska College of Ora
tory. Quite n number of University
people m re present. The participants
In tile nrnirr.ini worn hnnrtllv im-
plauded f,,r the merit of their work, 1
-Mi ;ik rousKicramy nuovo me av
erage ai.il reflected much credit upon
John 1. Marshall, an alumnus of this
Ulvers-liy of tho class of '93. made a
nort address to tho students at the
conclusion of chapel yesterday. Mr.
Marshall was recently secretary of the
aa1 vlunteer movement, nnd his
address wns along that lino. Ho Is
"ere for tho purpose of forming a mis-
YOUNG MEN ...
Don't fail to look at the fine
linp of Men's Suits and Over-r
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EWINC CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET.
slounry study class among the students.
Tho llrat mooting to organize rtich n
class will ho held In Deltan hall at
1 : 30 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
William Hood Dunroy has received
nearly ono hundred orders In ndvanco
for hla book of pooma, "Corn Tassola."
Aa tho edition will bo hut five hundred,
nil thoBO wishing copies aro roquoatod
,to loavo ordora with Tho Nohraskau
or with tho Kvonlng Poet nt onco.
Tho hook contains about 1(10 pages,
will ho printed on heavy llnon papor,
and will ho daintily hound In cloth,
with green and gold covora. Tho hook
la to be out for tho holiday trade, and
will mnko a vory handBomo holiday
At a mcottng of tho debating asso
ciation yestorday tho resignation of
President Perry wns accepted and Mr.
Stowart olectod to 1111 tho vacancy,
Tho question of forming a league with
tho MlBBourl Stato University and jvlth
n Colorado Institution that had sont In
an Invitation, wns referred to commit
tees. Sovoral amendments to the con
stitution wero proposed, which must
Iny over for ono week. Those created
much discussion, nnd a lively tlmo at
the next mooting Is anticipated.
SCHOOL OV MUSIC UKCITAL.
An nudlcnco IUHiik the lower floor
of tho chnpol had tho pleasure Thurs-
nay evening or listening to an excoed-
mgiy entertaining, tnougu somewhat'
short, recital by tho Btudonta of the
conservatory of music. This was the
flrat recital glvon this year and It was
a success In every way. Tho program
consisted of but sovon numbers, three
piano and four vocnl boIos, and each
performer merited tho applause which
alio received. Tho program:
Piano solo lOlegle, Tenipleton
Strong; Menuct Sloveklng, Nelllo
Contralto solo "Caller Herrlu." Old
Scotch; Eugenia Cottier.
soprano solo "Kvennoro Lost to
Me," llach; Edith Kisser.
Piano solo Novollette No. 2, Schu
mann; Mno Colson.
Constralto solo "Hope In tho Lord."!
Hacndel-Mason; Ethel Galley
Mezzo soprano solo "The Parting
Hour." Pache: "Mother. O Slnir Me to
'Rest." Eugene Htltlach; Winifred
Piano solo "Dans lo llnmac.'" Mc
Dowell; seventh actave study. Kullak;
your hurry to get
library to get n history
I Just want a chair
First Durglar What's the hour?
Second Hurglnr Two o'clock. First
Durglar Thla Is a frat. house; we'd
hotter wait till about 5 o'clock, when
they're all asleep.
Wanted At once, about llfteen men '
to act as privates, good salary. Apply .
Wanted Five or six foreign diction- !
nrles from which I can get a good sun-
Ily of words to tell .about my team;
Present stock almost exhausted. Ap
ply 10 w. u. wootiruu, r. g. on i t..
now c. f. K. l
Tho punctual man who was to leave
at 2:15 this afternoon will leave at tho
sumo tlmo to-morrow. He set his
wntch by the University hell.
Old lints made over successfully nt
Mrs. Gosper's, 1114 O street.
Seo Dr. Leonhart's nd In this Issue.
Dr. Clifford R. Tefft, dentist; artistic i
.l l.-l.i . n i
over Uchlandcr's drug store.
Sndlo Puckett, fashionable dressmak
ing and millinery; 13th and O. Prices
reasonable; satisfaction guaranteed.
W. F. Needhnm, merchant tailor, 125
N. Twelfth st., carries n flno line of
suitings; guarantees work; prices
A stock of Huntington's special die
stamped stationery hns been received
by the Co-op. It makes the prettiest
U. of N. tablet yet seen.
Rest table board, $2 at 1200 T street.
Mrs. S. K. Hugg. Be sure and give
It a trial.
Lady students are invited to call and
inspect Fall nnd Winter Millinery at
Mrs. Gospers, 1114 O street
See Gardner, the tnilor. for first
clnss work at reasonable prices; also
cleaning nnd dyeing nnd repairing I
Suits pressed, 50c; pants, 15c; club
ratcB. $1 per month. Southwest cor
ner Eleventh and O streets.
See thoso calling cards and pro
grams at Gcorgo Bros., printers, 116
S. Thirteenth street.
Ciipta In Clurilnn haa bttsi-d himself
during his spare moments In thoTs
week, getting a Hat of ti "0 ,
players In rollogo ,Uul looking tin tholr
records on tP diamond. 11 . ,,, l
that thoro Is a great abundanco of
llrst-elass material from which to nlok
his team, and Is rather Jubilant over
tho prospects of n crnelior-Jnck 1ml
team In tho spring.
Considerable has been said about the
ndvlslhlllty of winter training frcol
lego base ball teams. It m ,i n. ...
It hurta the enndlduto In more cases
....... ii .mum mom. ruts la a hard
duration to decide. Wo niv nil woll
aware that very often men who havo
trained all winter come on tho dia
mond In the spring worse off than k
they had nover trained a "lick " but
Is this due to the hnrd training,' or Is
It due to the way the candidate has
taken care of himself while training
and tho kind of training followed.
We must remember that there Is a
groat deal more danger of getting
rheumatism, bad colds, stiffness and
the like In winter than In mimnm..
and therefore n great deal more caro
Then there Is danger of being stale
wnon me season opens. This la often
the case with pitchers who work hard
all winter, and to ovorcoiuu this great
euro suouui no exercised in selecting
no mono oi training.
wnuor miming una noon ncccptcu
as practical by all tho eastern colleges,
though they do not nil train the same
way. some go Into the cage and plav
Just as If they wero on the Hold. Of
course thin appeals to us as the most
practical method, but na Nebraska has
no cage, It Is out of the question.
The other way, and the way that
seems to be growing into favor In tho
east Is on much smaller proportions
nnd could very readily he followed In
the University of Nebraska.
There are a number of games In
tended to be played indoors, such as
bnsket hall, hang tug, and hand hall.
These games, while not closelv re-
mtC(l ,0 lmso lm". 8("rvo na means of
putting a man In very good condition
to piny hose hall, and together with
sonii' hnso running and sliding, and
when the weather will permit, n couple
of miles' run In the country and back,
would not hurt our team, nnd would In
all probability he of great benefit.
The captain lias boon pushing tho
Idea and It meets with tho approval
of tho entire team. The only thing
now left to arrange Is the hours at
which most of tho men can be pres
ent, but 4:30 to G seems to bo tho best
time so far, and if any candidate has
a conflict ho would obllgo the captain
by reporting the same to him.
Old lints made over successfully
Mrs. Gosper's, 1114 O street.
DR. S. E. COOK. Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. 1215 O St.
J. E. ERWIN
The Antelope Valley
Yards Ssth ami 1 Sts,
Office 113 N. nth St.
, Table Board, $2.50. Meals, 15 cts.
MEAL TICKETS. $2.50.
THE MODEL DINING HALL,
MHS. KOIJ'T. KKKKL.VXD. Proprietress.
310 So. :2th Street. - - Lincoln, Neb.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
And n comploto stock of Standard and
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
HUTCHINS & HYATT
Sell the Host Grades or
C O J Lv.
Also Wood nnd Kindling.
1040 O St., - Tel. 225.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
126 So. 11th St.
Over Wohlentiurg'K GlBur Store.
J. E. HOUTZ,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper and
LEMING'S OLD STAND.
U00Oandll8No. HthStH., . Lincoln, Nob
Buy Underwear while
you can get what you
Buy Cloaks while the
assortment is complete.
We think we have what
Come and see us,
MILLER & PAINE,
To 01IAIIA All points East.
KANSAS CITY-Eust and South.
DHNVBR and nil Colorado points.
0(1I)EN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
SAN PKAXUISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has tho best modern equipment.
Pullman Palnco nnd Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chuir Cars.
Eor time schedules, tickets, reservation of births, call on or address
E. H SLOSSON, Oen. Agt., 101 1 O atreot, t J. T. AIASTIN, C. T. A.
S.II.II.CLARK. Pros. E. DICKINSONl'oon.'Mpr!' E.L.LOMAX.G.P.&X.A
The University of Nebraska,
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Offers Complete Courses in tiie Rl- Offers Free Advantages not found
lowing Branches: Elsewhere.
Harmony, Countorpotnt, History, (Jon
oral Theory, Sight Reading.
If Yon arc Thinking; of Studying Music Investigate the Merits of this School
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
You'll Find it's a Good Place.
Oysters, Fish and Gnmo in Season.
Also Restaurant at 141S O St., Lincoln, Nob
Open all night. Givo us a call.
We make a Specialty of 15 Cent Meals.
Students . . .
For fine PHOTOGRAPHS go to J
New Popular Priced
$1.00 Per Doz. and Up.
We guanntee to please you. Call and
see our vok, get our prices and give us a
trial Our motto is to please all customers.
132 SO. I2TH ST. - LINCOLN, NEB.
O. F. Lambertson, D. D. S.
OHIO COLLEGE T WTAL SURGERY
Gold ami Porwluln Crowns. UrldKO work,
Gold. Aluminum and Kulilior Plutcs.
Special Rates to Students.
Ofllco, Itooms S3 and '.M. Alexamlur Mock.
12th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
are Just as curable as other diseases.
Treated oxoluslvcly by
J. S. LUONIIARUT, M. D.
OFFICE, H37 O Street, Llnooln.Nobrtsko.
HOURS, 3 to 6 dally, exoept Bundaye.
Ereo Scholarships in all DopnrtmontB
Military Band Training,
121 North 11th.
Comer 1 0th and P Streets
Druss. Stationery. Toys. Holiday Goods of
GIVE ME A CALL.
AT THE LANSING
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 17.
The original Smith & Rice
Presenting the reigning New York
My Friend from India.
Made famous at the Bijou theatre, New
York city, during a consecutive run of six
months by the same cast who present it
Don't Tobacco Spit and Smote Yonr Lile Away,
If you wnut to quit tobacco ushitf easily
nml forovor. bo mu.lu woll, Htivug, muguotio.
mil of now lift) nuil vigor, tako Nu-Tu-Buc,
tho womlor-workor, tiiiit nmkes weak men
si roup. Many giiu ton pounds in ten ilnys.
O vor -100,000 cured. Buy Ko-To-Bno of your
druggist, unilor gunmmoo to euro, COo or
$1 .(U Hooklot nnd samplo mailed f reo. Ad.
Sterling Remedy Co., Clucnco or Now York.
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