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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1898)
llii 'l"'r ,no (rdncr Tiillnrlng Co
j) lliiwKsworlh, '7, was In the
rity in-l Moinln.V.
(lmrli' ll'ill cnine buck from two
w,,,,k' mH at his home in Ktvintitit
I'll,, -Kill recital of the. school of
,!,. xmim given In the elm pel Wed lies-
,n ' '""'
Til,, .ii'iilor baseball leiini will pluy
tlintof i lit- freshmen on 'I'uohdny, April
.,,.,, nt ' '- "I-
PrniiMii Swc.cy litis recovered tin
l,i(.cl' uhleh W,S recently stolen
from "- ltiHTl
Doll. i Helta Delta pledged Miss l'onvl
WvoKi'l nt tin home of Mrs. Taylor,
Nodi" in. evening.
1), II Mnnley, 'J17, cuinc down from
I'riMiiinii In t wi'cU aim spent. Saturday
,! sn iij In tlio oily.
Ila lllaino Wirt oamo np iigiiiu
l from Council Willi's to at
IMi I INI party.
inUcrlon has loft, llio unlvor
i opt tin position as principal
'nil high school.
Dr li K. Wolfe has boon engaged
to ,li'li' v tin commencement address
,it tin vrth I.onp high school.
Tin- I'nllaiUan Hoy's Debating olttb
ill in it homo to tliolr lady frionds
m I'iili hIiiiii hall, April Hl, at S p. in.
Mi lli'ssh Unniont. of Oinalia, who
Ims i'i i n isltiiijr Jth Miss Kugenle
Maolii' - nil .Miss .Mario Kennedy, wont
lmiiic Hi i" wook.
A fctoi'k of Huntington special die
stamp stationery has been received by
tholoi'p. It makes the prettiest U.
of X. wihlet yet seen.
Spu i.il discount to students in bi
ejcle umlrics and repairing. Good
staniliinrd tiros at 5.00 a pair nt A. L.
Giraid A Co., 135 So. 12th St.
Tin Ivlians mot tho Everett society
of i-ii.an university In joint debate
m tin- Hawaiian nuuexntion question
!. t ''inlay evening at lni-ersity
If ou want the most nrtistie work
in "the line of photographs, Clements,
the riiotographer, nt 129 fib. 11th st.,
can do ,our work to suit you at the
The rrason the Racyclc runs easier
than cither bicycles is because the
chain inns between tho bearings on
the ci.uik. Step in and examine it nt
A. L. i.irard & Co. 135 So. 12th St.
Tin iii-ailunto club will moot Friday
t'vmii 'j. pril 22, at tho homo of Dean
rjjrii i . 1440 Q street. A program will
lh n nli rod by some of the members.
Tin- I. . Hon of ollloors will also occur.
Mi Dora Frioke of I'lnttsinouth,
iti "f Carl Frieke, is the guest of
Mis , Una Wrggenhorn, coining up
for tli Phi l'si party. She will remain
awnU in order to take in the senior
1'ruii ssor Fussier is very sick. He
has in i hft-n able to moot his classes
mho Wcdnesdnv, and as 1'rofessor
lliirihii is still siok, the work is very
hfiiw i ', the other instructors in the
If N"ii want your huir cut artistic
ally ni.il in the latest styles, call on
f-um U . sterfield, 117 North Thirteenth
Btrn-i. He has had eighteen years' ex-
l'erit nc e with students and guaran
tees - i tisf action.
Ni'l lloitman will instruct in the
Polk , u.uity institute this summer.
Joh.i. Lien has gone home to take
1i.ii,.- of tho Sioux Falls Tress, liuv
'"K '"mplotod enougli work to take
hi ill five. Ills brother has just been
i-Uii, mayor of that city.
St idi-nts who are particular ns to
the ajipenruncu of their shoes have
their repairing done by H. Capes, prac
tical hhoeninker at 133 South 12ttt
street. Ho makes a specialty of re-
paiimg round toed shoes and has spe
cial apparatus to do it in the right
14 kunit gold fountain pens at 00c
well and upwards. History paper 0c
per 100. Students' note books 4c each.
Vest pocket German and French dic
tionaries 21c. Full line of history
covers, botany note books, botany pa
per, magnifying glnsses, ct, etc.
Art and Music depurtmont, Herpol
fclieimcr & Co.
The I'nion Hoys' Debating club and
members of the debating clubs of Lin
coln normal discussed tho question:
uesohed. That the United States
should construct and operate tho Ni
I'ttrngiiu canal," in tno chapel of Lin
coln norma) last Saturdayevenlng. The
I nioHs, who had the negative side of
tho question, wer. represented by It.
S. If. MeCrnw and t C.
NOVR1. CANVASS AT WISCONSIN.
Tho movement of collecting ilnlu for
tho bulletin of tho private life of the
Wisconsin students by Vrofoor M.
Vincent O'Shea was begun Monday In
real earnest., and every student will be
sent n circular containing the pies
lions given below.
The plan oomes hlghly.rocommonded
by both tho faculty and the hoard of
regents, President Adams beinu: par
ticularly enthusiastic In Its support.
Tho quest Inns were submitted for
tho consideration of tho faculty, and
the approved list as given In tho form
Is as follows:
I. Food (1) Under the headings
llroakfast. Luncheon, Dinner, p'oase
write in detail what you ovistonnrily
eat and drink nt oaeh meal. If possi
ble, keep Hi-count for a wook mid indi
cate number of times oaoli .trtlclo is
oaten. Indioate also as aoouratolv as
possible In what manner and .to.v thor
oughly each article Is cooked. O'om
landlady will doubtless gladly Inform
you upon those matters if you ask her,
and she will probably bo plM.Ml to
nolo your Interest in her culinary en
terprises.) (S) What article of food do
you like best? What oius really form
tho substance of your dietary? D) you
oat between meals, indulge In mid
night lunches, oto.V Do you have din
ner a1 midday or night'.'
II. Sleep (1) Do you sloop soundly?
Dream much? How many hours do
you plan to spend In sleep? How late
do you study at night? When do you
go to bod What time do you nri in
the morning? (2) Have you over stud
ied all night, or nearly so? Wh.it etVoct
did it lime upon you? Has knowledge
gained at that time boon enduring?
III. Study (1) How many hours
per day? What arc your study V.mrs?
Are they regular and uninterrupted,
or otherwise? How many hour may
you count upon with certainty to be
entirely uninterrupted during tin day?
During what hours of the day are you
at. your best? When are you uuiiest .
Do you stimulate yourseir nrtifkinlly
to study? If so, how (?) Iidloato the
amount of time you spend upon ouch
of your studios. How many hours of
written work each day? Ton or pencil?
If lion, line or blunt point? .Metal
holder? If pencil, soft or hard?
IV. Health (1) Headache. Indi
gestion? CohLs? (2) Have you had your
eyes examined by a skilled oculist? (3)
Indicate time spent by you in gymna
sium. In open air. (4) Do you dance?
How frequently? How hit"? (5)
Smoke? Cigars, cigarettes or pipe?
V. In General What do you pay for
hoard? For room How large a room
haw von? How many in it? How
heated? How ventilated? Do jo i board
yourself? Do vour own washing? How
much work, manual or otherwise, do
yoiTundertuke outside of your uuiver
The results of these reports wi'l be
compared with those obtained by oili
er institutions with the object of esti
mating the comparative, standing? of
Wisconsin and other institutions in the
matter of health, food, exercise, s'ecp
and study, and their effect on mental
ability. U. of M. Daily.
CONCERNING KFPIGIKS. ' '
In view of the recent anti-Spanish
demonstration at this university, the
comment of the Wisconsin Cardinal on
a similar occurrence at Ann Arbor
seems to lit the case:
""A strange spectacle was presented
last Saturday when tho students of
the University of Michigan turned out
en masse, and, nfter a rousing cele
bration, burned (lenernly Wcyl?r in
cfligy. The fact that Michigan students
are patriotic and are enthusiastic for
the interest of their country, wi had
supposed to be so patent as to need no
1....1! Tin .-.. nlMllint, hell)
UOinoUHlrimun. J"" " -
feeling tlml...ai outburst of sr.ch evi
dent jingoism, such an exhibition of
fmntienl-und partisan fervor, ought to
have no place among the students Pf
a great university. There seems to us
to bo very 'lrttle difference between
this net and tho insults to our own
Host complete and
flag which have been pi rpi r.il.'l h
students at the .Spanish iiMwi'.iIich, I
ami which haw roused ,. h nulijna
Hon nniong tho American people.
I'MIATKKMTV MUX I'll ( TICIXO.
Tho fnit men of thu uiilwrslty Imw
boon taking an unexpected Interest, in
the Intorfratenilty baslmll league. Kv
ory night they are out on the campus
and some very good mateiinl is show
ing up; likewise ;ome thai, Is vury
poor. Kneli fiat fs putting forth Its
best efforts In win, and own those who
luivu no Veal ball players In their or
gan.atlon are trylmr hard to develno
some. The tlrst game takes place this
iiiormiiK noiweeu fiigmn cm mid 1'hl
Kappa l'si. Sigma Chi Is looked on by
many as Inning the best ehanco to
win the scries, as that fraternity has
so ninny of Its members on tho varsity
team. The llotns and 1'hl Psls. Imw.
ewr, are both wry strong, and scwrnl
omors are snowing up well.
MISS WII.KAUD'S KOMAXCK.
Thu visit to Kokomo, IniT., recently,
IHshop Charles W. Fowler brought out
an Interesting story of nn early love
affair between llishop Fowler and tho
line ..miss I-ranees !;. Willnrd. Those
having read Miss Wlllard's memoirs
will remember of on adroit and eas
Ivo pencil sketch intimating that at
one time in her life her lonely, loving
Heart Had its hero and that
nt an early day she had a
love's sweet dream j that she
Wore a ring and "acknowledged an aV-
icgianco naseu on a. supposition."
Again she speaks of the romance of
her life being unguessed, a "secret ly
ing within the temperate one ofn
great heart's geography." To those
who thought, her oold slm said, "cold
because no brave Stanley had ever ex
plored her heart's tropical clime; cold
oeenuso no jiniiioa linil ever sailed on
the bosom of its wide, pacific sea."
In her youth llishop Fowler and
Miss Wlllard were students in the
same Methodist college, both being
members of the Methodist church. Be
tween them was a strong afllnity, a
friendship that eventually ripened in
to a deep, abiding love. The ring she
speaks of wearing as an "allegitineo
based on supposition," was the gift
of llishop Fowler. Hoth had great
strength of character and were Ix.rn
leaders of men and women. The sim
ilarity of their temperaments was fre
quently considered by the young peo
ple as a barrier to matrimony, and it
was finally agreed that it would he
best for both to choose sc'Kirato paths
in life. Tho engagement was accord
ingly broken. In after years they
were often brought together in their
life work, that of lifting up fallen hu
manity and leading them to a better
way, but the story of the early ro
mance was never told until the death
of Miss Willnrd n few weeks ngo.
Are now offered by the Bur
lington Iloute to
Two trains daily for Puget
Trains via Billings leaves at C.15
p. m.; train via Denver at CIO p.
in.; both very fast trains.
Cnll and get full information at
B. & M. Depot or City office, cor.
10th and O sts.
G. W. BONN ELL,
C. P. and T. A..
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