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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1898)
I'lmrh'.v 'rnu Is hIIU oonllned to hln
Vlfn llarsloy joIiumI l lu Pnllmllun
U1 Kililny evening.
SflliHI'H. Have .vol"' pictures biUcn
j'onii. KlHi Sludln.
"Tiis1i" Hoiiglutiil, ,,,r' WI,K " vlnllur
i u rnivornlty IIiIh wooit.
II, A. 'lrK-n,0," Hiin t 11k hitler
nrl (.f esumlnntlon wi'i'k In Ashland.
llllll a lll-ll' Hllllg II HOld 111 St.
I'Hiil M- ' ,'',"'l'n H Sunday inorii-
MIsh IVnrl WyUoiV Iiiik relumed t
tlio university ftor mi extended ub-
Mrs. Will Owen loni'S" gave ii piano
p-cllin in tlio chapel Tuesday ovoning,
Will Hill of Hastings lina registered
In tin preparatory school for second
Mltm Corn Cropsoy spent tin latter
imrl of osamlnntlon week at her
home in Falrbury.
Miss Florence Sliimk bus ho fur re
i-owrrtl from her recent, illness to bo
nlilo to attend classes.
V. I- l.owrle spoke nt tlio city Y. M.
('. A. Inst Siiniln.v at their regular af
Sit 1)i. Leonhfiidt's nil. bi Mil Issue.
Si'i tlio nd. of tlio lluoyclc in this
Issue. Then enll nt i:i5 South Twelfth
nml see tlio wheel itself.
The Ladies Faculty obib will give
n reception to all University student
in tlio Armory Saturday evening.
V. S. Price, '01, returned Saturday
In Albion where ho Iiiih accepted a po
sition iin assistant cashier of a bank'.
Our Suitoriuni Is onen da and
uijral. New spring suitings now in.
(iiinlner Tailoring Co.. corner Klcv
cntli and () streets Phono 70S.
A. 1.. (lirard, 1!i: South Twelfth, sells
the Kno.v do because it, is the best
wheel on the market. Take a look at
it anil be convinced.
"There are others" as good, perhaps.
hut none better than the pictures tak
en nt the Students1 Photograph Oal
lfiy, 1o:il O street.
A stock of Huntington special die
stump stationery has been received by
the Co-op. It makes the prettiest IT.
of N. tablet yet seen.
11. W. llliss. '01, who was obliged to
lie absent from school a groat part, of
the tirst semester, has returned to
' take up his work-.
Mr. .1. A. Surmount gave an intcrest
intr talk on "llailrond Work in Missis
sippi before the Civil Knginocring
eliili vest onlay afternoon.
I'oy Uead of Norfolk has re-entered
Hie university. Mr. Head was In
H'lionl the second semester of ''.IB and
is well known to many students.
.leme l!owc and Harry Owry acted
ns floor nia minors for the young
men's liord of trade ball, given at the
btnte eii)itol last Friday night.
l'n.f. Ward offers a new course of
two hours a week in animal evolution.
This is open to students having' at
least one years credit, or its equiva
Miss Neva Morris aviis initiated into
J'i beta p last Friday evening.
Tin- first inspection oT the battal
ion Huh year ocourod on Monday
' 11. M. I'.iishnell, the next postmaster
i'f Lincoln, addressed the journalism
elans Tuesday morning on the growth
mill ilevelomno-nt of the American
b. Ward f-avo a short chapel ad
ilrohK Tuesday morning on Lieuton
nt Peary, his work in Arctic explo
rations and his coming engagement
Inspector Crubtrco returned Satur
day from an extended trip in the
northwestern part of the state, where
he was engaged in looking over the
Miss Amy Bruner, '00, has been pro
moted to the. assistant principalship
t Wisnor high school. This is a di
rect eomnllmiuit to her Kiiceessful
work in the grades.
Special discount wil bo given stu
h'nts who have their wheels repaired
nt A. h. flirard's, 1!15 South Twelfth
street. Satisfactory workmanship
Will Deitaman now corrects Shakes
I'urt not' books In place of K. V.
J'ipor, who has transferred his affec
boim to the demrtmont of English,
where he now reads themes.
The dav ()f j)niyt.r for colleges was
observed by the Christian associa
tions Inst Thursdiu owning. Mem
"Pru of the fa -nltv and students took
lmrt In the cNcrcises.
Mr. Walter llniiglimil '05 law 'On.
now mi attorney of North Platto was
around the l nlvendt.v Iiihi Tuesday,
lie came to Lincoln nu account of
business in the Miprcmc court.
The Homo lleslaurnnt uf 'AM North
Ninth street, kindly sollolls the pa
troiiago of all University sludonts, Our
price Is $8 per week, and wo will give
you I ho best board In the city.
Chuneollor (leorgo K. MaoLoau will
loot tiro before tlietenchers'iissoclatloii
nt Aurora, NVb., February Jill, lie
gooH on the luvlt4itlon of Superintend-
out, MoCnrtliy, of the class of '00.
PlotuiVM and photographs are being
framed at the picture department of
llernolsholinor & Co., at remnriuibly
low prices. Kngravings framed: your
choice of twenty-four subjects, $1.00
All the latest' and most popular
pieces in vocal and instrumental mu
sic, nt loss than half price at. llorpol
sholmor iv Co.' music department.
Our list of fie music contains over ll)
If you want your hair cut artistic
ally and In the latest styles, call on
Sam Wcstcrllcld, 117 North Thirteenth
street, lie has hud eighteen years' c
perloiieo with students nml guaran
The resignation of Cadet Second
Lieutenant "Hill" Green was an
nounced Monday evening. The resig
nation caused much surprise and sor
row, as Lieutenant "Hill" is known
only to be loved.
The last number oT the Illustrated
American under date of February f,
contains a fine picture of our football
team. The write-up accompanying it
is very fair to all concerned. As usual.
Nebraska shows up prominently.
U. S. linker has returned to the uni
versity lifter a lsit of several weeks
duration at his home. Mr. linker
was on lieu Home oy ino serious muss
of his father, who has lately so Im
proved that the presence of his son
was no longer necessary.
Students who arc particular ns to
the appearance of their shoos have
their repairing done by II. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at i'A'A South Twelfth
street, lie makes a specialty of repair
ing round toed shoes and has special
apparatus to do it in the right way.
Frank Lchmer of Omaha has taken
up work in the rnlversity. Mr. Lch
mer graduated from the Omaha high
school last spring, but was unable to
enter the university in the fnll on ac
count of sickness, lie will prove u
valuable addition to football circles,
as he was the star half-back on the
high school team.
llcrpolsholmer & Co. propose giving
n i?."iO trophy to the cause of athletics,
dust what, the trophy will be or for
what given, has not been definitely de
termined. A state baseball cup is be
ing discussed. Such a trophy would
become the property of tlio college or
pionship in baseball twice in competi
tion with the other college, teams of
team ol ti.e fining Men ( hrlHtlnn
NsMiciatlon tc'iin of thl- ni
si'oro of 10 to U, The gaiin- was
lug from the Mart to llui b.the ecltc-
inent reaching Km elluia in the hixt
minute of playing when a H'.al from
the Hold would have won fur Omaha
mid a goal from u fowl would have
Hod tin score. I tut the visit ors had
worked too hard for their narrow mar
gin of victory to lose It at the. last
moment and so they clung right to
It us cloudy ns nu argonaut would to
ii puss to Klondike.
The contest was witnessed by a
crowd of .100 spectators and their
shout and cheers showed how they
enjoyed the sport. Around the main
lloor of the gymnasium and through
out the gallery above were seated the
champions of the rival teams. The
fair ones predominated and there was
a generous display by them of the
colors of the tennis. The Omaha con
tingent made the most iioIko with
their shouts of encouragement, and
cheers ol approbation, but. a smaller
representation of students from t In
state university exercised their vocal
organs with pronounced elVeot. There
was much brilliant playing through
out the game and the playing in the
second half was much superior to that
In the llrst half. For the home team
Stillmm, Cortol.von and Monaghan
easily excelled in playing. White
Story and Yodcr carried otT the honors
for the visitors. It Is to bo regretted
that the two tcumn cannot pln(v again
this season, each team now having
won one game. Dr. William W. Hast
ings, physical director of the. 1'nlver
sity of Nebraska, said to the lice af
ter the game that another game
would be imposlblo on account of the
Intones of the winter season."
The line up of the team was as fol
lows: Omaha. Position. Nebraska
Stillson r. f Story
Ulnquesl c. f. ..Hill (Capt)
Cortolyon c Yodcr
Monaghan r g .W F. Audrcson
Kcdfield (Capt) ....1 g .K 1) Andreson
Score: Nebraska. 10; Omaha 0.
Nebraska: Cr..,1. from Held. Andre
son 1, Story -; goals from fouls, Story
Omaha: Goals from field, Cortol
yon .'!, Stillson 1; goal from foul. Still
Kcferce: Dr. William W. Hastings.
Umpires: .loci, Stcbbins and F. 11.
Timekeeper: M. 11. Nelson.
Scorers: L. P.. Hyim and .1. C. Calli-luin.
Fancy Silks, fine alls
wool and silk and wool?
novelties and cotton fab
rics from the most cele
brated manufacturers in?
vt w if
If you want the choic
est things of the season?
you are invited to makej
your selections while the
assorf ment is at its best.?
MILLER and PAINE.
THE ANNUAL SALE OF-
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
This event ulvvavs creates a most pronounced sensation among shrewd
shoppers far and wide, for wc not onlv show the wrv newest and daintiest
creations, but in introducing them wo name prices lower than joii
usuiiMv pnv tor the ordinarv kind.
Here will bo found a display of the daintiest Lingerie that the leading
manufacturers of the conntr.v have produced, l'vcrv garment made with!
the besi of workmanship., tlnishcd in first class style, of the very best ma
terials, from the very latest patterns and perfect llttlng in every case.
I no st vies uro so numerous that to thoroughly describe them woulil
bo an IMl'OSSlltll.lTV, we therefore carncstlv reuue.st that you pay
this department a personal visit.
UNIYKHSITY DHFICATS OMAHA.
The University basket ball team
wont up to Omaha hiBt Friday even
ing ami evened up accounts with the
Y. M. ('. A. team of that city by ad
ministering a defeat by the close score
of 10 to 11. The I'niversity boys wore
treated royally by the Y. M. C. A. and
all Iho way homo they could talk of
nothing else but the courteous treat
ment they had received. During their
short stay there they were kept at
the Paxm hotel and every possible
arrangement was made for their com
fort. Another pleasant feature was
that there was absolutely no kicking
on the decisions of the umpire and
The University team received a hal
tering report in the local press and
the game was given very prominent
The following is taken from the ac
count In the Omaha Hee:
"After the most exciting and best
played game of basket ball ever seen
in Omaha, the team representing the
University of Nebraska won over the
AT1I12TICS DKF12AT PKltSlllNGS.
The first game of indoor baseball
wan played in the gym last Wcdnes-
dav evening between the Pershing
llifles and the Athletic class.
The game, while rather one-sided,
was interesting throughout and
ended by a score of !M to (1 In favor of
the Athletics. If if was not played
in u strictly scientific manner, it af
lordcd loti of enjoyment for every
The Athletics were quicker and
surer in fielding the ball and their al
most reckless base running won for
them many score.
ilalu and Campbell In lac box wore
very evenly matched, except that
Ilain gave a few more bases on balls
than did his opponent.
At the conclusion of the game the
liillcs declared they could make a bet
ter showing If they had auothei
chanee. so they were immediately ae
coin modal ed and another game of the
innings was started.
It was much hotter played than the
first game and was intensely Interest
lug in the last inning when the Hitles
had three men on bases, but wore un
able to score. The second game untied
with a score of 4 to 4.
The positions of the two teams were
C. ('. Campbell e f llentlr.v
Campbell 1 Ibiin
Jlhotles f b' Hull
Swallow s b ....Woodland
Case Hb Weeks
MeOeaehim ss Pnrmelee
Yodcr 1 f Koddy
Waterman c Liui
A MOST REMARKABLE
Inventory has disclosed a few broken lines of shoos among our Im
mense stoik, and to start the new season with a thoroughly clean line
as well as to make room for the spring anil summer goods now pour
ing in, we will close out these brokenlincs regardless of cost or value.
On Sale Saturday Morning, 9 till H Only
LOT 1 AT 67c
and wilt sides, cloth and Kid tops
W. ."in to S4. on values. Sat unlay morn
,ing from i to 11, a pair
Six broken lines of ladies' French
Kid llufton Shoes, ni.cs Ii"'- to .!
widths and P... Century, Square and
toln toes, stock and patent tips, turn
See Daily Papers For
School of Mttslcf
YOUNG MEN ... 3
Don't fall to look at the fine
line of Men's Suits and Over- 3
f coats from $7 to $20 at the
1 EWING CLOTHING CO.
H 1115-17 O Strcct.&P H
OFFttl'K COMPLiri'12 COl'ltSliS IN
TDK FOLLOWJNti JJltANCJlKS:
Harmony, Counterpoint, llis'ory.Gen
era'l Theory, Sight Heading.
OFFKUS FliKK ADYANTAGEJ
NOT FOl ND KLSKWDEKK.
.Free. Scholarship in all Departments
Military Hand Training,
If you are thinking of studying music investigate the merits of this school.
WILL.IABD KIMBALL, Director.
Mr. Albert Turpin's
Now open for Season 1697-08.
A.in r.i.iotB nverv TiietsdnvB and Thursdays, .luveiillc, Wednesday 4 T.
Saturdays, 2 P. M. Assemblies every Thursday eve.
Hall for rent. Special rates to clubs and fraternities. Cull at 1132 N St..
for terms, etc. Oillt'e hours S oo 11:30 u. m 2 to 5 p. in.
circulars, sample pollulus and
rates call on
G, W. NOBLV, Manager,
'040 0 street. Lincoln. Ileb
The First National Banfc
Capitol - - 5400,000
D. T). MITIK, ii. S. FJ1KKMAN.
W C. PHILLIPS Ahs't Cashier
f V. SMITH. JODN II WF.K
W. (' "WILSON, D. D. Ml UL
i il. PJM.klN-, ( .7 1'Wsj
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