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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1897)
A WooUtv Newcpaper iBhUml Mvery l'r
day Noon, by tlio StiulPim of tlio
Unlvorslty of Neurnidt.
Mn .rod ns S coml Clan Mull Manor.
I' T. Hilc-y MiiiinglnB IMItor.
I. fuller Killiotiul
A. 10. I'linnolOf Now Milltur.
V. K. Mtit-n A'l Killtorlnl
Ka o Bnow Wallur Soroiiiloi
II. O llui r Allilitlon.
o.iir rh.imiii'in Local.
11. h Sohwar a Akh'i Jiua. M'irr.
Tlio Ntin.iMtnn will lie Hi-nt to any nil
iIiohh iiin n i'1-lpt of tin- ftitiivpr ptlun
pn p. win. ii l" "no diilliii a y ar, or fifty
cents a "' mi'Hicr.
i'u itrlnii imn aio iO.liM el from nil
Nirt.i Iipiiin .iirh u lor.ilH, pcrnonalH
rrp rt- ' "if IInk. ei' . nte PKpi,i,iaL
di-ir l. I lie NcbiHxlmii wlil be (ilntl l-
pi i t nn '"titi tuition 1 a li' In a (ten
imii iinliiKity muIiJ cl. Mn tho nanii
li'u-t iu'i (iiiiiiii.v nil tin h.
A'Mi ea- il minitinli nil n tn Tlio
N lirn-h.iii, riilvpi-al ni Niimmkn.
1 In- i.i i -l-n uc wlili whlfli fconi'
of our imiii sui'H roii.tiiui' t lo.nl
tlnWIl Willi i Mill WOllv K Udell, H Wll
air m imionuiuttp a tn bo In tholi
ila-r I- nowlim IllOllotiUioUH. It 1m
a iiiic ni tin' iimvrltiiu law ol I hi
IniMiHiu iliai uvn hninv propnrn
tluii Is Mililrlriit for phpIi Iphhoii. Voi
mural m iiiiliinly oblivion of thin
la., row lime to n8lj;ii lessono thiu
mi tirillii.il hi utloiit tun pivpnrp In
l s than lrom tlirco to live hours.
Sin h iipi ni not only brliiRs tlp ln
htiuiiur into eontompt. but tends to
lmllil up out' particular department nt
tin' t'xpdK-' ot nnotlior. One dopart
nniit in In' institution. howovrr, do
pi'ims t'ii dit tor its rnntlor and hon
osiy, for It inihlirly nnnouiiees that at
li' tsl I Wll lltllll llll'l a b'llf of HtllllV
1 i'iiiilr il on nirh lesson.
It uthcis would pursui' a similar
polity and annnunro oppnly Just how
nuuli pri'paiailiin would lip expected
in. my "IlnnUs" would Iip avoldod and
tin i wou'il In- inuph Ipbs dropping of
wuiK. For tin' Hilte of honor to thoin
sp1h and justlcp to thp Institution, as
well as tlio student body, sovoral do
part ments would do woll to Inaugurate
n rhaiiRP of policy.
With tho doparturo of Coach Robin
son, Nebraska loses tho host foot hall
coach which It was over hor good for
tune to secure. Certainly nmong tho
other coaches In tho foot ball lotiRiio
of which Nobrnskn is a moinhor,
Coach Robinson has no superior and
it Is doubtful if ho has an equal. Ho
dliTcrcd from most of our coachos In,
that ho Rot out and worked right,
with the hoys nnd experienced all tho
hardships which they did. Ho was a
splendid coach, foot hall player, and
above all, a gnntloninn. .io was novor
In the habit of bragging about his
team, although ho had good reason
to this year, hut ho always managed
to inspire tho hoys with a (pilot con
fidence not of tho Kansas variety.
He has dono with our team what no
other coach succeeded in doing de
feating all throe of tho othor teams
In the league and still not allowing
the players to suffer from an attack
of ovorconfldonco. Wo all realize that
it Is Coach Robinson ns much as any
one whom wo have to thank for the
championship. Nebraska's best wishes
go with him on his return to tho cast.
At tho request of our janitors they
have boon sworn in as special police,
nnd will hereafter sport a star. Tlio
good that this chnnge might accom
plish Is only limited by tho power ot
Imagination. Studonts who aro pres
ent possessors of good overcoats,
en pes. cloaks, otc, can fool safo whon
In tho presence of a Janitor at least.
And right horo It can ho stated that,
the check-rooms aro giving studonts
the right kind of protection. If
sMidents exhibit hnlf tho pains of tak
ing care of tholr apparel as tho Uni
versity does there would ho no moro
missing of garments.
"Porn Tassels" Is tho name of a
nc.u little publication which Is now
in tho press and will ho on tho market
for tho holiday trade. Tt Is a collection
of poems by our own William Rood
Duiiroy. To say that this work will
contain many of his best productions
Is sufficient guarantee) for its excel
lence. It will bo of especial interest
to T'nlvorslty pooplo bocnuso of tholr
ncounlntnnco with tho nuthor and to
Nebraska peoplo because, ns Its namo
indicates, It Is n typ'ica( product of tho
stntp, breathing tho pootry of tho
There is no roason why tho nroject
to estnbllsh a University skating rink
phould fall through. Tho scheme was
talked of last year, but weather and
puIIiuhIubiii wim thou lur-hlng. A llitlp
push on tlio part of tho iiminoiPW,
nnil soinp roiiPPMlo'irt on Hip "I'''1 of
tho o.voctltlVPH would give Hip projert
the needed InipPtus to initio' It n
Tho rpRpnt" hnva nuulo piolslon for
tho piirehaae of now hymnal" o
iiupiI nt pbappl PXoivlRoa. H Is iiphUpm
id say thai the Lord will In- tliankPd
upcordliiRly nlao the rpgpnts.
Uml week Uplolffroshnipn. I" ordor
to oarnpp the nophomoron. adjuirncd
to a neighboring town and held tholr
' annual hutupict. Tho lnterf ronre by
, i be sophs wllh tho froahtni'ti banquet
i has bppoMP a regular thing at Uoiolt,
, mi the facnltv decided that e!nw"
I p Iiir Imnquela ah'Uild Rive a week'H
I notice. This eldPUlly did not pi on"
, ilf freshli's, ao thpy, llfly-iine In nuin
; bei without ii word to the fiiu'iy,
I iiHiiiirni'il as a'ioe. Of conr-i' lhe
m re prompt ' susppiuli'd. I.in will
Piiibahlv be ii'hiHtntPd. The nlmvp a
"ilM'ii for thP lienolll of rerialn e aasp
'n NelirasUa. Ilae thov no e.iLeRe
ipirlt? A elas hIidiiIiI start In. not
I only to bpcome famouH. but as a clnp
I to gather around It-telf eertaln triull
1 ilons which the memliera may carry
I .hi'oioth life. Clasacs In many roilegea
nil-lb: he plted. but let Nebraska
e'asacs start for themsolvoa. Tho tor
tile brain nnd Inventlvo genius of tho
ei m while fresh ouitht to hot hor the
egotistical soph not a llttlo.
For the pnal week Intercut has boon
growing in tho election of tho chnlr
m.ui. master or cereinonlos, and the
ciinimltfee of the junior prom. cnu
eii" was held Thtunday evening by
m'mi nf the fraternities and n ticket
named Fvery frat wanted eveiyiliiniT
and huh willing to concede nothliiji.
However, after about two hours of
talking, the ticket wns finally decided
upon. How woll thoHO who wore dis
appointed will slick to the slato will
be scon In tho meeting to-day, which
promises to be one of tho holtost
political scraps since tho famous
Pershing Rlllo election at tho begin
ning of tho year. If tho present pro
gram Is carried out nil of tho frats
will "ntlck" and will prosont an un
divided front to the barbs. However,
If one of tho frats pulls out a split
Will follow and all calculations will bo
thrown to tho winds. At any rate,
those who altond tho mooting aro ns
sured of a highly Intorostlng old tlmo
frat barb scrap.
Tho Pnlladan Hoys' Debating Club
hold their wookly meeting Saturday
evening, Docombor 1. Tho question
debated was, "Resolved, that tho
trustees of Brown Unlvorslty should
bo consurod for tholr conduct towards
President Androws." Messrs. Gordon
nnd Leo upheld the nfllrmatlvo, while
Pearson nnd Walker, on the negative,
denied this. Mr. Lee's argument tlo
sorvos speclnl mention. It was well
put. Tho arrangement was logical
nnd tho case with which tho matter
was handled showed that tho debut r
wns conversant with his topic.
Tho general debate was hot and
spirited. There wore nine besides tho
regular speakers that had something
to say on tho question. Hanson
proved ns apt nt dobato as ho has at
foot ball. His slow, yot heavy, thought
wns very clear and convincing. In!
that respect It is like his work in tho
Tho P. 12. D. C. is flourishing and
tlio ntiondanco Is satisfactory, but
thero is still room at tho top, Como,
and Join tho ranks.
England has no college papers,
while America claims about 200.
Of tho 4fil colleges nnd uuivorsitios
In this country, forty-one aro closed
to womon. Hut to mako up for this
lack i'ito aro 14.1 open to women,
only nnd nttondod by 30,000 students.
A fund of $1,000 has beoi estab
lished at Union Collogo, the Income of
which 1b .0 bo nwardod nt each com
mencement to tho studont who hat
maintained . lo beatt moral doport
monl. Yale has again dofentod Harvard In
dobato. This happened last Friday
night, whon tho question "Resolved,
that tho United States should annox
tho Hawaiian Islnnds" wns victori
ously nogatlvod by wonrors of tho
Yalo University is the first to ostab
llsh a system of pensions for tenchors
In their old nge. Any professor who
I has served twenty-flvo years may ro-
tire at slMv-flvo upon nn nllowanco
equal to about one-half of his salary.
Chita. M. lllncs, formerly follow of
American history, has boon appointed
chief deputy In the register of drodH'
oillee, (ingo county.
U. II. Urnlmui. 'ml, supoiinlondont
of the Arapahoe achoolB, bus Jusl boon;'
elpctotl vlco-nrosldpiit of tho South-,
western Tonpltpw' AsHOoIatlon of No-'
Prof. 0. 1C. Howard loclurod bofoio
the OrniluittP Club Monthly evening.
Ilia subject was "Pnlvorfllty Ideals!"
Kappn Sljinm Jnve a sleighing parly
l''iidny evening, followed by tin In
formal ihiueo nt tho ehaptor houso.
11. S. linker, 97, road a pupor boforo
the Social Selenco Club, nt MBO i
street, Sunday pvenlng, Tho subjool
was "Should thp Presput Competltlvn
s.xsiem Up Rpplneptl by Soelnllsin?"
TIip views put forth did not colncldo
with those of noine of tha persons i
nieseni and they drew out strong re
plies, "There are oiliera" ns good, per
haps, but none belter limn tho pletnreR
taken nt Hip Students' Photogrnp'.i !
laller, 1031 O alropl.
Illack anils are always useful, and
to huv n cheap black suit Is poor
economy, lhsmslwul & Tuttle'a $2
clay worsted la a line ono, made to
Dr. ClIITord liTrpffl, dontlat; artistic
crowns and bridges; 1127 0 strool,
over ltehlnndor's drug storo.
V. V. Noodhnm, morchant tailor, 125
N. Twelfth st carries n lino lino of
suitings: guarantees work; prices
A stock of Huntington's special die
stamped stationery has boon received
by the Co-op. It makes tho prottlCbt
II. of N. tablet yet soon.
"We'll Havo a Hot Thno in tine
Old Town Tonight."
mi . r I HI ! mii ,...Wt
Just rh n Ton o(
Corner Drug Store ..
10th and Q Sts.
Ready for business 24 hours in the day
Night calls answered.
COV',F.S & GU1KV1SH.
10th and (J Sts.
DR. S. E. COOK. Practice
limited to Eye, bar, Nose and
Throat. 1215 O St.
O. F. Lambertson, D. D. S.
ohio coli.pgp: r wtal sprgkry
Oolil nnil Po reel 11 In Crown. Hrldito work.
Gold. Aluminum ami lttililxir l'lutus.
Special Rates to Students.
Onifo, Kooins as mid SI. AloMimlor HIouU.
12th and O Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Corner loth and P Streets
Unit's Stiitlimi r To.k. HoIiiIiix (Jooils of
every tlcscrlia on
GIVE MF AC Ml.
I lit' ashluirii m tin- nnr :li(l onlv
make ot iiil.l-wiil,' n-inn ition. S.j!i1
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M".i'OU .li. IniU.llrii't Menv vi-v,
mi lie sin 1. ill t tH. ,M,i,. "(,wirnt'
W.islilmiii ' is I iiriit'l 'in hi the iiisuli.
A bi-autilnl .i-hhurn Honk roiitain
unr portraits ami Uni.t I nun tin. Di
Ufsktv, ( al.-, Kamis1,r.iica,.Scal
tin ami 100 other I. munis artists ami
teat hers 111 ulej f n e upon request.
Address l)f,t. IT,
LYON & IIEAuY,
Cor. Waliaih Ave. nnd Adams St., Chkaflo.
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Also general factors Slwiw, Wi-l.er, Weg
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Wo lmv'u it MiM'ulmut Tailoring Dupai'lmuiH
not oxcollod in tho Htato, iiIho a Roiuly-to.
Worn Clothing Uopartinont that uiutiuh Snita
and Ovorcoalrt from tho linost niannfaotnrios
in tho country. Yon oan bo litlod and
)luasod both in worknianship nnd matorial.
Gent's Furnishings Up to
tStf g i
J ewe levy, etC., in abundance.
Young man:--Your lady friend would appre
ciate one of our elegant Princess of Wales
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Best Work, - BestService,
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NEWS ABOUT SHOES
1 ovtsalctl the fact to bun
thnt we krjit din finest
slock of up-to-date win
ter styles in grill lemon's
lino shoes in black and
Colors When be wore
1 hem bo snid they gave
linn more satisfaction
and loss doctor's bills
than hf had over had
before. Solus wilu and
c!n!?!rcn hnv '1 fo'
lowed his example.
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