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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1897)
KtiCHl'TlON TO SKNIOItS, forming a. University Bleating club.
. , , . T, ,. ,!ll In urged tlmt such tv club would
j.. .iin. Pulnrlnln Tknm Unv.illu nl
jhe una"'"" - - - -i'"'i
To lwinbors of the Maillot clnsB
ere tpllplt f ' onlortiilupd last Sat-
Ll.ny i,(,,,,K ,u lho ,uu,' t,f clll-
dlnr ami Mi""- MU' '0lU1' Movent h
f(l II ti,,(,,H- After lho gnosis lutil
l"llt l'io Hl ' ""' 0I' " ln
oclnl com rant Ion tlio pltnncolloi In
Ylicd tlu'iti t If simled In tho parlors.
II..11 I Itutt I'ilrt l 1 l tit It lllll jtt I I
Tim cimiK'i'iiiu l"1" "" " '"" '"""nrH oi u Huiinnit piaoo 10 sumo, uui
......iKiitlmi from the llov. Dr. ii... ...... .....I..... ., i... ....i. ....... .... n,,t
fl CnnMn,",1," - -
u-innn Abbott, rocolvod In answer to
an Invitation lrom inu senior oihbh
ilclhor the annual oonimonuoiiioiu
oration. Dr. Abbott slgnlllod his
-llllnsiu s and (lenltv to servo In
(ucli n inpnrlt, but expressed a doub
t0 whether ho could nrmugo his ,
Umc iw "" io nblo him to do so.
cl--s then oiocieti UV. ADUOU UN
ibe coiuiiH'iiccmont orator, and will
iranuMlmtely coinmunlcate with htm
to mc tt It will be possible for li.m
ihH imslnotw disposed of, the
eutntx Milled lmck lo listen u tho
appioi i.ii- responses to the follow
"lhc Dcsuahlllty of Taking Gradu
ate Woil.,' Dean l'Mgron.
jIk nullities In the University
for tji.iiluiite Work In tho Huninnt
tleg," Dean Shcrmnn.
Tin Facilities In tho University
for (ii.i'iuiip Work ln Science," Doan
-The University," Miss llonry.
I In ci'iso of 'OR," O. T. Ro3dy.
The Senior Ulrls," W. D. HolUmnn.
"The Senior Hoys," Miss .lean Tut-
"Ilx Hecollectlons of Propiloiu," ti.
E. IHp r.
The Fiiiurc of "OS." .lonos Lien.
The speeches woto all well prepared
and wre exceedingly npproprlatt.
At the conclusion of lho speoclunnk
ing, l'reM nl Klndler presented Chan
cellor Mac Lean wlh a pleasant sur
prise in the shape of a handsome
cano, modeled after the style of tho
prokcnt senior ennos, and which was
sultnll inscribed. Tho chancellor ac
cepted this token of esteem on tho
pan of the seniors with ninny llinnks,
ami Hun both he and his wife woro
unanimously elected honorary mem
bers of the class of 'OS.
After the guests had partaken of
the delightful refreshments, Mr. U.
G. Cornell look some flashlight phjto
grni'liH of the class. As tho number
present was somewhat largo for con
venience, ibey wore divided into
groups of fifteen each. Besides the
members of the class thoro woro pres
ent Mr and Mrs. Gore, nlso Mrs. E1
gren, Mrs Sherman, and Mrs. Bessoy.
When it came time to leave every
one oied the senior reception a grand
buccchs and one of the most pleasant
events of the school year.
TMF FIRST SPFI L DOWN
The flm individual' drill tins " year
In the Pershing Rifles was won b
Privnte Fritz Korsmoycr last Thursday
evening Tho drill was not exciting
as most of them have been, as tho men
dropped out very quickly nnd only a
lew minutes were required boforo only
vne man was left standing.
The gold mednl to be put up for
competition in individual drills has
been ordered by the Rifles nnd Is an
assuipd fact. It will bo drilled for
onec a month and promises to add
great interest to the individual drills.
The medal becomes tho permanent
proper v of tho person winning it three
sutros-hf times. As the medal costs
about $ir., and would bo difficult to
"'lilac . it in doubtful if thoro Is any
meiniM i (,f ti,p nines so perfect ln
drill that ho would not bo thrown out
at least afur ho had won tho medal
two Buuessivo times.
First Sergeant Hastio is now busy;
collect uik the dollar assessments from
lue members to pay for tho now cross
lit'ltB and crosB-rlfles to bo worn by
the members of tho company.
ANOTHER CHEESE FAIR.
The annual dalrymon'B meeting and
exhibition will bo hold in the Unlvor
E'ty chapel nnd armory respectively
December jl. 22. nnd 23. This event
18 generally of intorost to studontB.
La-4 jear nt lon8ti lt afforded diver
sion to the endots at large, aB several
tempting ehposos were carelessly ex
eosed to Hioir depredations. Ab tho
armory will again bo changed into a
Writable county fair, drill excused for
a coimio of dayB, otc, tho dairymen's
cmi!ig win not bo without Interest
,0 University studontB.
A VNI SKATING RINK.
rn.i ,, . . . iT.
-"iiiK i no past weoK many oi ino'
Itlllln.,,.. .... - . . . ..
Ilntl rauly support, iib about lift y
BtudonlH Imvo already Blgnlflod their
wIlllngnosH to Join. Dr. Wnrd says
that ho not only fnvoi'H tho sclioino,
but Hint ho would fltrnp on his skates
anil show tho boys a fow thlngB. Dr.
Hustings. Professor Caldwell, and
Professor Kosslor approvo of tho p'nn
and promise support.
The main dllllculty seoins to bo tho
l. . ...!. .1. .. .-. l . a
'ii. - LiiuiiiiiiL-m wi nir nv.-mill; nuj iiiiil
a part of lho foot ball Hold could bn
turned Into a Arm-class rink at a very
small exppuse. No grading or bnnk-
lug would bo required.
A foot board
Mink n fow Indies In the giound would
Kppp Hip wnlor ln bounds. Such n
- wm,(I mu n(0rf0,-o at all with
jllrl)I ,, bnao m!1 Im ftnv. wnnn
days would melt the five or six Inches
of Ice, nnd the water would run oft'
madllv. Nebraska wlntors niv en
prlclous at best, and tho most onthusl- '
nstic skater cinnot pxppct the Ice t i
vcninln later than February 20. Ever
bough the winter should be snob tint i
lie 'ce Miuld atnv lint a nion'h. the
luh would be amply repaid for Its
The mutter' was brought before the
tbletlc board nt Its last meeting i
Mlhougli thn board scorned favorably I
Impressed it took no definite action. Conch 10. N. Robinson loaves Lincoln
but referred It to n commute com- jot 2:30 p. in. to-day for the oast. ITla
posed of Mr. Feebet. Dr. Hastings. I present mentions are lo niter Hnrvnrd
.ind Mr. Pngli. As yet this eommltto- land Btutly law. It is not known
has made no report, but the members I whether Nebraska will bo so fortunnte
nil faor the plan. There setms to be las to secure him for fool bill nnnoh
no reason why such n club, with a next year or not.
rink on th campus, would not sue- j The Union 13oys' Debating Club de
e'd here, for they arc established j hated on Inst Saturday night the quo-
fintures in many of the eastern col
leges. 11 skaters In the University
are unrcd to help carry out this
scheme and to hand their names to
either Mr. Feohet, Dr. Hastings, Miss,
Pound or Mr. Pugh. Membership
would cost nbout $1.1)0. while other i
students would probably bo charged
for ench admission.
As yet nothing is known as to when
the now commandant. Lieutenant John
M. Stotsonburg, will arrive hero to
take charge of tho regiment. Chan
cellor Mnc Ivean has received a com
munication from tho commandant,
who Is stationed at Fort Leavenworth.
saying Hint he will come as soon as
he can arrange his affairs to do so.
Heyond this nothing is known, nnd It
is not definitely known when ho will
take charge. Meanwhile affairs in the
regiment are running smoothly under
the command of Major Fechet. The
cadets are rapidly appearing in their
now uniforms and a wonderful trans
formation has been effected In the ap
pearance of the regiment in this regard
i Tn0 non-commissioned officers nro
in,BO just bKlni"K t0 woar l now
' nrt Im,1 Kol1 cs' v hi eh arc,
visible for tlnee blocks, nnd audible
for moro than that distance. It is
hoped Hint the regiment will be fully
uniformed nnd equipped before the
Lieutenant John M. Stotsenburg, tho
new commandant of cadots, arrived
yesterday from Leavenworth, Kan.,
and has mnde his headquartors at the
GOING HOME FOR VACATION.
Tho following information concern
lngtrain service on tho North-Western
Is Inserted by request:
Train No. 20, leaving Lincoln 7:15
i. m., carries passengers for Fremont,
Norfolk, Omaha, Sioux City, and inter
mediate points. Connections are mado
at Fremont for points on tho Union
Pacific; at Norfolk' and Blair for
stations on tho C, St. P., M. & O., and
at Mo. Valley for Chicago.
Train No. 22, 'leaving nt l:4fi p. m.t
is tho regular dally service for Nor- i trip tickets, good to return until Janu
folk and west, Omaha. Chicago, Sioux ary 4, 1S0S, at rate of fare and a third
City, St. Paul. etc. City office, 117 S. to points within 200 miles. Apply at
10th St. Depot, corner 8th and Sits. B. & M. depot or city office, corner
"There aro others" as good, perhaps, loth and O sts.. for further informn
but nono bottor than tho picturos Hon. G. W. BONNELL, C. P. & T. A.
taken nt tho Students' Photograph Gal- .
lery, 1034 O streot. See Dr. Leonhart's ad in this Issue.
YOUNG MEN . . .
Don't fail to look at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EW1NC CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET.
SlBinn Till guvo u slpighing parly
and baiKiuol at tho chapter houso Sn.
Frank II. Woodland was Initiated
Into Delta 'Pan Dolta fraternity last,
The Union uuislcale. to ho hob "
Society hull last Friday penlng. a
postponed a week on account of In
Cndot Private .1. 1 Doompr hns been
promoted front cadel private of Com
pany D to lip cadet socond lieutenant
In tho stuiip company.
Professor Fling Is chairman of tho
History Association meeting to bo
held uusllllnry to the State Tonphors'
8soclnllon In tho University Herein-
Vr 2S to 81
Andrew Itosewnler spoke before the
puglnporing class Inst Mondny even
ing on Hip subject, "The Municipal
Engineer In Government." There
woro about fifty present, and they re
port a vprv fine lecture.
A new book, entitled "Studies ln
mertcnn History," by
Professors Fling nnd Caldwell, has
Just been published. This work 1
Intended more espoclnlly for those
who Intend lo tench history
Hon. "Resolved, that socialism is un
scientific and impracticable."
E. Hpujamln Andrews will not
lecture boforo tho students of the Uni
versity this year as was expected.
The. engagement was cancelled. Tho
obnncollor will lecture nt St. Louis on
the date Mr. Andrews was expected
Mr. C. A. Flshor, wno has boon trav
eling in the interests of tho United
States geological survey, has returned
to Lincoln and expects to enter the
University. Mr. Fisher's travels for
the past six months have been very ex
tensive, covering almost all of tho
west central states. We are all glad
to welcome him back.
Some of the Phi Kappa Psi boys
took advantage of the snow last Fri
day evening and gave a delightful
sleighing party. After spending some
time in riding around tho city, the
party enjoyed a dance and banquet
at tho chapter house. The picture of
the party was taken by flnshlight.
Everybody got In the sleighing con
veyance again and the guests were
taken to their respective homes. Those
present wore: The Misses Holbrook,
Cunningham, Winger, Ttikey, Van ell,
Cropsey, Veda Wilson, Hallie Wilson,
Dubois. Gere, Woods, Wigginhorn,
Harper, Weeks. Hargreaves, and Lans
ing, Messrs. Christie, Collett, Brown,
F. Korsmoycr, L. Korsmeyer, Chapln,
White. Barber, Dick, Reed, Claudo
Reed. Haeckor. Frlcke, Weeks, Wil
liams, Harry Sliodd, and Wlggenhorn.
Mr. and Mrs. lmhoff chaperoned the
See Gardner, the tailor, for iirst
class work at reasonable prices; also
cleaning and delng and ropalrins
Suits pressed, 50c; pants, 15c; club
rates, ?1 per month. Southwest cor
ner Eleventh and O streets.
MID-WINTER HOLIDAY RATES
On December 24 and 25. nlso on
December 31. 1S97, and on January 1.
1S0S. the Burlington will soil round
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 OMAHA All points Knet.
KANSAS ClTY-KsPt nnd South.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OG DEN and SALT LAKE.
HUTTE ami HFJ.F.VA
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has tho best modem equipment.
Pullninn Pnlnco nnd Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For time schedules, tickets, reservation of births, cull on or address
E. B. SLOSSON, Gon. Agt 1014 O street, J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
S.H.H.CLARK. Pros. E. DICKINSON. Gen. Mgr. E.L.LOMAX, G.P.&T.A
The University of Nebraska,
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Offers Complete Courses in the Fol
Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Gen
oral Theory, Sight Reading.
If Yon are TMnMng of Studying: Music Investigate the Merits of this School
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
You'll Find it's
Oysters, Fish and Game in Season.
Also Restaurant at 1418 O St., Lincoln, Nob
Open all night. Give us a call.
We make a Specialty of 15 Cent Meals.
J. E. ERWIN
The Antelope Valley
CO AIL, n
Yards 25th and J Sts.
Office 113 N. nth St.
Table Bjard, $2 50.
Meals, 15 cts.
MEAL TICKETS, S.50.
THE MODEL DINING HALL,
MHS. KO I T. KJlUliLANU, l'mprloirubs.
316 So. i2tb Street. - - Lincoln, Neb
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
And a complete stock of Staudard ami
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
Offers Free Advantages not found
Frco Scholarships in all Departments
Military Band Training,
a Good Place.
121 North llth.
HUTCHINS & HYATT
Sell tbo Iloht Grailus of
Also Wood and Kindllmr.
1040 O St., - Tel. 225.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
126 So. llth St.
Over Wolilonljuru's Cigar Store.
J. E. HOUTZ,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper and
LEMING'S OLD STAND.
tlOOOandllSNo. lltUSth.. Lincoln, Nou
ure Just as curable as other diseases.
Treated exoluntvcly by
J. 5. LUONIIAUOT, M. D.
OFFICE, 14ii7 U Street, Lincoln, Nebruka.
1IOU11H, H to O daily, except Sundays.
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