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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1897)
Apha Tan OmoRo will ontortnlit in-
(Jll'OO HOCIOIH'H IHIVO lUljUlU'lUMI
for the uoimtoH.
Tlio MIhhch Wont anil AiulroWH bo
cmno l'l ,,,,,u ,,,,H s,u,n'(luy vinliiK.
prof. Uiirnetl Iiiih Uw Oliiil'KO of
l,8 claw ftor ,U1 ,I1,U)HH of f('
Mrs. I'lirlKtlo, of Miilvurn, In., jh
vlMtliiK n,'r ,u"B,ll1' Mm'10 lh,H
M N. l.lilininnii linn boon promoted
to' iien!"fl "I iJor of iho Kli-Ht bnl
Albert WiUldiiH, Jr., wiw Inlllntod
bv'ndi" I'm I)l,"n Saturday ovonhiK,
Prof iliiilKiniiii will ontortnln IiIh
matliomniii' pIiihhoh tomorrow oven
(ng nt hi residence.
llil Kappa l'el Initiated William
Unit, Claude Ueod, niul Karl Wllllmns
last I'rliiiiN fviMtlim'.
Miss Maliol KleUoUH will kIvo mi
Informal party to iiHHlHtnntH In tlio
European history department.
The senior KlrlH nuulo their llrat
tppenranee last Tuomlny with tholr
ww nmriar boards, caps mill kowiih.
Someone nitiHlcnlly Incllncil bor
rowed Thninpson'H clarinet from tlio
lunil I'tMini last Monday mul forgot to
Gnrilni'i. tlio tailor, Iiiih tlio newest
stock of men's I'nrtilslilnj; goods In tlio
city. Southwest oornor Eleventh mul
Miss tiertntdo l Walton of Hlnlr,
a former atnilont nt tlio University,
ami a member of Dolta Gamma fra
ternity. Ix vlaltliiK Miss Blanche Gar
ten. Messrs. Davidson, Harmon anil Sul
livan of Tecuniseh stopped off In Lin
coln Tuesday to visit tholr sons In
Miss 1'Mlth Morgan has been un
able to attend classes during the pnsl
rek on lurount of an uttaek of
L II. Hobblns, once an editor of
the KolirasUan, hns left college and
Is now employed as elty reporter on
the Evening News.
The welowmo announcement was
made In ehnpol Tuesday morning that
the Christinas vacation would extend
to Tuesday, Jan. 4.
Geo. Ueiinrod, 'OS, who loft tlio uni
versity mine time ago, has success
fully passed tlio examinations for en
trance Into the senior class nt Har
vard. Messrs Hlckotts, Gosgrove, and
Dean hae been Initiated Into tlio law
frat, Phi Delta Phi.
Charles Iniler wns Initiated by Al
pha Tlietn Kl Saturday evening.
Miss Frances Morton fS, or Falls
City, will intend the state teachers'
association to bo hold In Lincoln dur
ing the Christmas vacation. Miss
Morton is at present teaching l!tnrn
lure in the Tails City high school.
Chicago I'nlvorslty basket ball .team
Plays the Omaha Y. M. C. A. at Oma
ha, NVw Year's day. Dr. Hastings
pects io havo a game betweon the
Champions of our University and the
Chicago 1 1. tm before tlio lattor returns
fe lectured last Sunday at
Mil 1st church on "Evolution
Hlghor Nature of Man."
he members of the faculty
wil a nu.iiiior of the students woro
1 Present and thov nil nronouncod It
one of 1), AVolfe's best efforts.
S- W I'mkerton returned last Sat
Urda' frm his homo nt McCook, Nob.,
here he imd boon called by the sori
U8 Illness f i,j8 Bister, whom ho re
tfts nun h improved.
KaPPa Kjfipa Gamma fraternity wns
entertain d Friday ovenlng by Miss
Houtz, The girls spent tho evening
ln Pulling taffy.
Before mi Ko iU)mo f0,. tho holidays
Set a cop f "Corn Tnssols" and pre
8fnt the "folks" with a Christmns
Resent that will bo appreciated. It's
the "eatest book on tho market today.
William Hoed Dunroy's book ot
Poems, "cru Tassols," Is now on tho
Market, if anyone wants to mako an
PPropHato nrnannt In n frlnnd of rola-
1 UTS Wft !. , ,, . i, i, nrviw
01 "Corn Tassols."
p' T. mipy leaves tho University
Jjnorrow for Plattsmouth, Nob., to
1 Iho position of manager on tho
''Itsmouth News. Mr. Riley has al
ways had tho reputation ot bolng a
bust lor, and his ruccohh In IiIh now
Hold Is asHurod. Tho host wIhIioh of
Hcoros of UnlvorHlty frloiulH go with
him, Uoglniilug with tlio first of tho
now year Albert 10. Unrniolco will bo
managing editor of tho NobntHknn.
D10L1ANS 10LKCT Ol-M-MCIOUH.
Tho Hollmi socloty hold tholr olee
Hon Inst Friday evening. Tho now
olllcorH uro as follows: President,
Harry Saokclt; vlco proslilont, Harriot
l'ni'kard; rooordlng secretary, Cora
lOhnoro; corroHpondlng Hocretary, Mr.
lOtlgorton; troitsuror, Charles Jones;
musical secretary, Ucnii Hartz; state
bearer, 11. J. Theobald.
Y. M. C. A. CONVENTION.
Tho state convention of Y. M, C. A.,
which was held at Hastings December
il-12, was well atlomled by nionihors of
the university association, bolng rep
resent od by fifteen dologates.
From tho reports brought back by
tho delegates tho convention was a
grand success. The peoplo of Hast
ings touched a responsive chord In
the boys by the entertainment that
thoy provided for tho delegates. The
convention was woll supplied with
notod speakers. Chancellor McDowell,
of tho Denvor university, gavo two ad
dresses that will never bo forgotten
by those who heard hint.
C. C. Mlchner, the travollng collego
secretary of Y. M. C. A., wis present
throughout the convonton. Ills talks
to men woro strong appeals for tho
C. D. Willis, gonoral secretary of
tho Y. M. C. A. In Milwaukee, acted
as chorister. F. L. Willis, of the
Ouialia association, gavo several ad
dresses on practical association work.
Other prominent Y. M. C. A. nion
present woro Prof. Condrn, Prof. For
dlco, J. V. Dougherty, Physical Di
rectors Humes and Van Arnum, and J.
Those that reprcsonted tho unlver
slty association woro:
John Horse, C. J. Allon, Prof. Con
drn, Will Lourlo, Oliver Chambers,
C. L. Allen, J. 11. Ovcrtnlf. Dr. Hast
lugs, W. J. Robinson, C. C. Tllloson,
Prof. Ward, H. Tucker, Jacob Staltz,
and H. A. Campbell.
Ono or tho most Interesting portions
of the convention was a paper by Dr.
Hastings on tho "Relation of the Gym
nasium to tho Spiritual Life." After
the paper by Dr. Hastings wns fin
ished C. H. Willis gonoral secretary ot
the Milwaukee association, remarked
to the convonton that ho considered
Dr. Hastings' paper tho best ho ovor
hoard on tho subject and he desired
to see It sent to "Mon," tho national
organ of the Y. M. C. A., for publica
tion. Another very Interesting pnrt or the
convention for tho university students
wns tho election or Dr. Ward as chair
man or the stnto committee.
Physical Director Dames, of the
Oninha Y. M. C. A., Physical Director
Van Arnum, of South Omaha, and
Education Secretary Matthews, of
Oninha assocatlon, stopped for a short
time on their way homo from tho state
convention that was hold at Hastings,
to look around the university and In
spect tho gymnnslum.
"llooklns" Burr hns now a congonlal
partner to talk baseball to In the law
dopnrtmont. "King" Sidles Is tho per
sonage. Ills llrst title, though appli
cable to his regal appearance, orlg
innlly sprung from his splendid drives
while nt tho bat on tho ball Hold.
Tho cngo will bo ready for use after
the holidays. This will bo a great
help to the ball boys, as the season Is
short nt best and tho early practice
amounts to a great deal in noiping
thorn to got Into shnpo
rho talk among tho boys Is, "What
color will bo nlco ror our now suits?"
Most ovory color except yollow Is bo
YOUNG MEN. ..
ffl Don't fail to look at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EWING CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET.
Roedor, the Yollow Kid, was soon
of late ntoiilng around thn onnipus,
looking very doollo mid norrowful.
lie hntoH to think of entering hard
training nftor the liollilnyn, but says
ho lithsl do t if hu wlilio to bo ono
of tho shining lights tills coming sea
son, It Is reported that tho athletic hoard
and hiiHohnll manager have dolor
mined not to have a conch thin spring,
Such a course will not moot with tho
approval of oil her tho plnyom or tho
patrons of tho game. We upend sovon
hundred dollars for a football coiioh,
and It Is only Just that the basobfill
boys should be guaranteed nonin In.
structlon, nnd given tho proper onoour
ngoniont. Tho nuiuiigonient Innt year,
with no precedent to aid. with
grand stand to build, mul a tenm tin
known to both student mul townsmen,
engaged a conch and overcame nil tho
above, dllllcnltles, and there wan but
a Tew dollars deficit. The grand stand
Is now complete, a canvas fence Is
purchased and by tho nblo ninnnge
mont of Mr. Oury the athletic assocla
Hon has a slight balance to Its credit.
If wo expect our baseball team to
compolo with Chicago, Notre Dame,
Illinois State University and other
eastern tennis we must Inspire them
to tho greatest exert Ions by giving
thoni n conipetont coach, as all of
theso eastern colleges have. A ro
fusnl to give tho boys a coach will
ruin the Bplendlil prospects of the
A niovoinont has boon started by tho
librarian of Leland Stanford I'nlvor
slty, which, If successful, will mako
very Important changes In tho copy
right laws of this country. It Is pro
posed to requlro authors obtaining
the protection of a copyright to supply
copies of their work to several deposi
tories located In the various largo
cities of the United States. This will
build up sovoral largo national libra
ries and guard against tho possible
destruction of much or our national
lltoraturo by lire or otherwise
A now $10,000 gymnasium for the
women of Iowa College wns dedicated
at Grlnnoll, November 30. It Is the
gift or Miss Carrlo Rand, who has
chargo of tho physical culture work
among tho women, and Is erected by
her as a momorlnl to her rather and
Cornoll is roportod to have rccolvod
a challenge rroni Yale and Harvard to
row next spring.
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