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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1898)
'Tff'cadets havo boon ordered to ap
pear In Mil uniform this weok.
gubscrlbo now for. tho NcbrnBknn.
ftiy cents for tho rest of the year.
Alpha Tnit Omogo ontcrtnlned Its
friends Friday evening, Dccembor 17.
Vcrno HcdRO was Im Mated by Kappa
Sigmn, Saturday evening, Dccombor 18.
Dr. Peters lias a bulletin on tho corn
,tftlk tllBcaso in this stuto, now in tho
Roy Cnrtor, of Norfolk, was initi
ated by Uctn Theta Pi, Friday ovonlng,
Miss Lulu Morrill gavo an nftornoon
,ea to some of hor frlonds, Saturday,
Miss I'hoobo Doty, of Dnvid City,
visited with hor Pi Uota Phi HlsUirn
lust before the holidays.
Sec Dr. I.fonhiirdt's ad In this lsmio.
j j., i.'cehct has been promoted from
third HcrMoant to tho position of ser
geant niiijnr of tho second bntnl.lon.
Prof V W. Fling road a paper be
fore tin1 Am rlc.m Historical AtBocla
. Hon, nt Cli'oland, ()., during tho holi
days. Slgmii Alpha Kpsllon gave u ban
quet ind Hinokcr, Monday ovoning, De
ccmLcr 2(i, In honor of William Heed
Professor Card has Just Issued a bul
letin on tho (odllnc-moth that will be
of Intrro.Ht to tho fnrmors and ft tilt
growers of tho west.
The art exhibit will lio open this
week, I y getting tickets at tho Chan
cellor's oilicc, the students havo to pay
only r.f.cin edits for admission.
Mr. Cliff Wcscott, who was nl the
University last year, camo down from
Plattsmouth Snturdny evunlng and
stayed In town until Monday morning.
In order to enlarge the orchestra pit
the manager of the Oliver will tako
out the first row of seats. And the
the quesiion now Is, What will Phil
The Misses Ciopscy, Hargrcaves, and
Winger, and Messrs. Cbnpln, Shedd,
and V. C. llccd, loportcd lino skating
at Lincoln park, but they intimate that
walking was terrible.
Jack Hltchman has accepted a posi
tion with the Hurllngtcn railway. The
electrical work he has been doing for
the University will hereafter be in
charge nf Charles True.
Miss Clara Conklln, of the depart
ment of romance languages, spent her
holiday vacation with frlonds in In
dianapolis and attended a conference
of teach rs of modern languages.
Graham Taylor informs tho com
mittee who have been In communica
tion with him that it will bo impossi
ble for him to spend a day here and
give a inik beforo the end of the
"The Anti-Saloon League will meet
In Llnco n tho end of this month and
has offi red a gold medal for the best
oration Riven by a student of any col
lege in tho state. One student in each
college may contest for it.
The instructors and readors in Eu
ropean his'ory havo become to indig
nant Im f.mse of tho lack of warmth
In thf niiicc and lecturo room, that
they In 1 1 a meeting on the stairs and
decide 1 in resort to desperate meas
ures if -, nie kind.
if mi .ire a wcll-poitod student, you
must r. ,ul tin. news, and tho on'y p'uco
whdf ou win find nil tho news is In
the NeiiiasKan. Don't burrow your
nelghb'n'h pamr when you can get tho
NcbrneUan fur tho rest of tho college
year foi lift) cents.
The l Hon tmclety held an election
of olllcers Mund iy aftormon, December
21. Hnrry Evans was elected presi
dent; mibh Eva McCuno, vice-president;
Miss Mumnn, vecording secre
tory; miBk MclSufTy, corresponding
secretary; poibo Morse, treasurer; W.
. Klnton, sergeant-at-arms; Miss
Students will find it to their advan
ce to patronize the book and sta
tionery departments of Herpolsholmer
& Co,, for note books, history paper,
history covers, university tablets
fountain pens, dictionaries, French
German and English, Latin and Gfeek
translations and all university sup
P'les. Our list of 5 cent sheet music
contains names of over 4,000 pieces
roth vocal and instrumental. Our
music department sells all musical in-
EtruwentB and supplies at lowest
David Klipatrlck of Ann Arbor, paid
n short visit to his Phi Kappa Psi
brothers last Monday.
William Hawloy Smith is expoctcd at
Wcsloyan university January 17, when
ho will give a rending during tho on
O. It. Uownmn, 95, has roslgncd his
position as principal at Nohawkn,
Nob., and nccopted tho prlnclpalshlp
of tho Wnvorly schools.
0. II. Allen, J. H. Lieu, J. H. Mc
Quffy, J. A. Mngulro and J. D. Donnl
son attended the Travelling Men's
bnnnuot to Hon. W. J. Bryan at tho
Lincoln hotel Tuesday evening.
Orlo Ilrown, while opondlng tho holi
days In Omaha, was very unexpectedly
cnlled homo to Talmago by the very
sudden death of his father, December
27, resulting from heart diseaso. Mr.
Drown lins returned to his work in tho
Men's rubbers 17 cents up, ladles'
rubbors M cents up. Gent's lino Vici
kid shoes, worth $5.00, go at ?3.B0.
Ono lot men's French cnnmol Bulldog
too. extension solo, worth ?(.00, for
?3.00 for a fow days only. Nebraska
Shoo Co., 1120 0 st. M. II. Ilrown,
Alpha Theta Chi gavo Its nnnual
banquet nt tho Lincoln New Year's
eve. Tho guests of tho fraternity
were: Dr. Sherman, Professor Hodg
niiin, Messrs. Gilford, Wakely and
Gordon Clark. The members present
were: Messrs. Droady, Cortolou, Cut
tor, Dales, Erwin, Humphrey, Illltner,
Hnndolph, ltlcketts, Sherman, Martin,
Mr. Hnccker gavo a sleigh ride on
tho evening of December 23, to a fow
of his friends in honor of his sister,
who 1b visiting him from Minnesota.
Those present wore: Messrs. Barber,
llacckor, White, Chapin, Polke, Brown,
Chrlstlo; tho Misses Haccker, Daisy
Minor, Anno Minor, Webster, Winger,
Wilson, Woods, Lansing, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dr. Peters.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Miss Treat spent tho holidays in
Mr. Randolph mndo his parents a
visit in tho old Kentucky home.
A grand piano has just been placed
In tho recital hall for tho benefit of
pupils who appear at students' weekly
recitals. These are largely attended
The glee club is getting down to bet
ter work, nnd with tho prospect of a
Hno homo concert nnd a trip that will
tako them into an adjoining state,
there will be no lack of enthusiasm,
and promptness at rehearsals.
Tho Philharmonic orchestra gavo a
special concert for visiting teachers
last week. Harriot Dement Packard
being the soprano soloist. The ladles'
quartet sang a number with much ex
pression at tho music carnival, Inau
gurated by the state teachers' associa
tion. They ought to be heard fre
quently. Work Is pursued with much vigor
since the holiday recess, and all de
partments show nn increase. If ono
has an idea that to study music is a
mere pastime, ho should go Into the
school of music during recitation
hours and ho would soon be convinced
of tho serious purposo and ambition
of tho mature young people In attend
ance Bumstond & Tuttlc dovoto their en
tire attention to tailoring and furnish
ings, nnd do not sell ready-made
YOUNG MEN ...
Don't fail to look at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the
EWINC CLOTHING CO.
It. H. Graham, '97, of Arapahoe, at
tended tho association.
A. C. Fling, '94, of tho Nobroskn
City high school, wai an nssoclatlon
Miss Amy Brunor, 90, now of Wls
nor, was a visitor during Mio Christmas
N. C. Abbott, '!)G, wis homo from tho
Institute of tho Dllul, whoro ho Is
Miss Holona HodJord, '97, of tho
Plattsmouth schools, was In Lincoln
Mr. J. V. V, Cortdyon, '97, enmo
down from Omnha to attend tho Alpha
Tliota Chi bnnquot.
J. J. Hunt, '90, ennu down from Pal
myra whoro ho Is teichlng, to nttond
tho nssoclatlon meetings.
D. L. Killcn, '9li, Itw, now superin
tendent or schoolB in .iulesborg, was a
Lincoln visitor Inst wok.
Miss Olivia Pound, 95, who is teach
ing in tho Seward high school, camo
homo to spend the hclldays.
Norman Shrove, '97, who is teaching
at North Loup, Neb., visited tho Uni
versity Just beforo tlu holidays.
Miss Myrtle Whcelar, '9li, and Miss
Laura Pfelffer, '97, of the Omaha high
schuul, wuiu Isltors tn Lincoln dur
ing tho past week.
Hugh Wilson, 97, formerly captain
of Company C, was an interested spec
tator at the cadet dri.l two weoks ago.
County Superintendent Uhodos, '9G.
was greeted by many of his friends
while In attendance at tho teachers'
Miss Mabel ltlcketts, '97, ontcrtnlned
the assistants In tho department of
European history, Snturdny evening,
Geo. L. Towne, '95, at present prin
cipal of Junction City, Kan., high
school, spent Christmas In Llnco n vis
iting relatives and his fraters In Alpha
Alii Randolph, '97, who has been
teaching at York college, spent tho
holidnys in Lincoln. Io has Just ac
cepted an offer as principal of the
West Point high school.
The current number of the Law Re
view, of the I'nlverslty of New York,
contains tho thesis of Mr. Goodner, '97,
law, who won first honors nt this uni
versity with tho same theslB.
A. F. Woods, t9, was a visitor at tho
University for several days last week.
Mr. Woods now holds tho position of
nsslstant chief in tho division of veg
etable physiology in Washington. Ho
in also an old member of the Sem Bot.
Worthy P. Sterns, A. B '95, A. M.,
97, U. of N., has nn article in tho De
comber issue of "Thf Journal of Po
litical Economy," published by the Uni
versity of Chicago, on "International
Indebtedness of tho United States In
If bilious or costve, eat a Cascaret,
candy catharlc, cure guaranteed, 10c,
Tho regular course is four joars; with
conditions for advanced Blanding. This
school claims superiority in tho oxtont
and thoroughness of laboratory courses
and in the groat variety of its clinicaj
material and tho methods by which it is
u Bed in teaching. For circulars of in
formation address the Secretary,
Dk. N. S. Davis, J.,
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