Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1898)
Under the management of the
knows how to
Hear his story of the 100 TON METEORITE that he brought back in his ship. Lieu
tenant Peary has been in Northern Greenland eight times.
Special Rates to
PRICES $1, 75, and 50. - Students 25. - Student Tickets on
When you write
to your friends
vho ar comlnp west to
visit you. Jjst add a post
script like this: "Be sure
.o take the Burlington
Route. It's much the
You are quite safe In do
In? this because our serv
ice from Chicago. Peoria
St. Lou s and Kansas
City. In fact all eastern,
southeastern and south
ern citlfo Is Just as good
au our errlo t Uim
pul.nts. And .bat as every
one who Is acquainted
with It w 111 testify. Is the
best there Is.
Tickets and time tables
on application at B. & M.
depot or c.ty ticket of
fice, corner 10th and O St.
G. W. BONNELL, C. P. & T. A.,
All the news all the time Is to be found
In The Nebraskan, $1.00 pr year.
THE KENT COLLEGE OF LAW
D. Ewell, LL. D., M. D., Dean. Unit
of Practice is the Leading Feature,
week for each class. Students can b
M. D. EWELL, Dean, Rooms Gl
Experience at this UniversiU has proven that the
WATERMAN IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN
'rHE reliable pen lor class room use. It is ahvavs readv for use and writes contin
u sly without shaking. It has the best gold pens that can be made, and monev
inn teed retunded it the pen is not satisfactory. For sale at the CO-OP.
YOUNG MEN . . .
Don't fail to look at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over
coats from $7 to $20, at the g(
EW1NG CLOTHING CO.
1115-17 O STREET. g
Coming Wednesday, Feb. 2nd.
100 Magnificent Lantern Views,
Auburn, Falls City,
Atchison, St. Joseph,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office. 1201 0 Street.
II 0 Tow.vhkm). Gen'l P. & T. A.
I D. Cohni i.l. C. 1. & T. A
Winter term will open November 29,
1897. Improved methods. Marshall
ing theory and practice. The School
Evening sessions of ten hours a
e self supporting while studying. For
8 and 619, Ashland blk., Chicago, 111.
Peary, U. S. N.
. . Will Lecture at the . . -
LINCOLN Y. M.
tell it in English.
In the Gym.
Next semester the gymnasium
classes will begin light work with the
Wednesday and Friday evenings are
reserved for public exhibitions of In
door baseball, which it is hoped many
This is the last week for ba-"ball
men to taho tholr physical "xinutia
tlons. Professor Hastings hns aire un
examined eighteen men.
The number of candidates for the
baseball te;,m has now reached to the
numbor of forty-two. Among these
Is an exceptionally large number of
football men. Kindler, Cowghl,
Williams. Halstoad, Melford, Ponrse
and Schwartz are all trying for a place
on the team. Thore are also sixteen
candidates from the athletic classes.
Ah there are so many wibhing to
play indoor baseball, Profensor Hast
ings has arranged the following
schedule for practice: The Pershing
Rifles will practice one-half of Mon
day and Tuesday evening and all of
Thursday evenings. The baseball
mon will have one-half of Monday and
Tuesday and all of Saturday eoning.
The athletic class will practice from
C to 7 o'clock on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Now that the basket ball season Is
over. Indoor baseball promise to be a
great attraction in the gymnasium for
tho next month. Practice was begun
the first of this week and all of the
boys who have thus far pluyed the
ganio are greatly in favor of It. Last
Tuesday evening the Pershing Illfles
did something toward organizing a
toam. Frank Rain waB appointed to
work up a team and theie Is good
prospect that his effort will meet with
success, as tho Rifles are all anxious
to get on the team.
The decisive gain In tho univoraity
basket ball championship series was
played last Monday evening in tho
gymnasium botween tho athkt'e clas
team and tho football men. This was
tho bccond of a series of threo games
and as the athletic class team won
the first one, tholr victory last night
by a t-core of 19 to 7 decided tho series.
Fouls were frequently mudo on bo h
sides and had tho football boys boon
more skillful in scoring free throwB
they might have made tho score more
The athletic team threw five goals
C. A. He has a
Sale at Executive Office Monday, January 31st.
from the Held and their opponents
made but two. Tho football boys
were left behind from the start, the
score at the end of the first half being
12 to -J against them. The line up:
"HI II. F Dr..in
Story C. F Clinton
Mooro-Hopewoll. .C Benedict
Pillsbury L. U Molford
Aden R. u Peaice
Umplros Allen and Keith; Roferce,
The university basket ball team will
try to win back Its lost laurels Satur
day evening of this week, when it will
meet the Lincoln Y. M. C. A. team.
Two weeks ago the same teams met
and the Y. M. C. A. boys came off the
victors. Judging from the way the
university boys showed up In the see
ond half of tho game with the Omaha
Y. M. C. A. they stand a good show of
winning from tho Lincoln team. At
least no effort will be spared to win
and the team has put In special prac
tice in order to prepare for Saturday's
game. This will be very likely
the last game which the public will
have tho pleasure of witnessing and
opportunity should not be passed un
heeded by tho students, epeclally as
the proceeds of the game go to pur
chase record boards for contests In
the gym. The university team will
be composed of Hill, Story, R. 1).
Andreson, W. E. Andreson and
Benedict or Moore. The Lincoln team
will be practically the same as be
fore. FOUL TIPS.
Work begins in oarnest.many good
candidates and a good toam asiured
tor '98. The netting for the cage came
the early part of tho week and was
quickly put in place by the boya, who
wore all bo anxious to get down to
work that thoy could not wait until
tho carpenter got around to It to put It
up. Wo will be particularly lucky
this year in having a largo number
of pitchers from which to dovolop our
pitching department'. Whero we had
two or three candidates for pitching
honors last year wo will have eight or
ten this year. Fred Barnes, an old
student In tho Unl. and formerly of
tho Uni. ball team, but last year of tho
Milwaukee Western League team, has
been seemed to develop tho pitchers
Ho Is a lino man with lots of experi
story to tell and
ence and himself a good pitcher. The
ball boys seem jubilant over tluir suc
cess in getting such a good m .n when
the Idea of having a coach was a most
gien up by the boys. A meeting was
called for tho team by Captain Gor
don for Tuesday at 12:10. Ou r th rty
players responded and plans were hid
for training hours while indoots "
All tho candidates were advi-ed to
take physical examination-, and a
large number have responded
Indoor baseball Is plad eery
evening in the armory aim is ton
sidcrcd one of tho best gam' s yt een
in the college arena. Exhibition
games will he played from time to
time and should draw larg rmwds.
This year games have been u ranged
with the Btate university of Kansas,
university of Missouri and t- ate uni
versity of Iowa.
Everybody lend a hand and whoop it
up for the ball team in '9 is ihe is
sure to be a winner.
Corner Drug Store ..
lOth and Q Sts.
Ready for business 24 hours in the day
Night calls answered
COWLES & GRIEVISH
10th and y Sts.
DR. S. E. COOK. Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. 1215 O St.
Hew England Mutual Life.
For Circulars, Sample Policies and rates
G. W. NOBLE, Mgr.
- Lincoln, Neb.
1041 O St.
are Just as curable at other dlttutt.
Treated exelunlveljr br
J. 5. LEONHAKDT, M. D.
OFFICE, HSS7 O Street, Linooln, Nebr""-
jiuuuo.b 10 o amy, except """"-'"
Powered by Open ONI