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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1898)
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Every
Friday Noon, by the Students ot
the University of Nebraska..
Entered as fc-oeoml Class Mall Mattor.
Geo. L. Towno Managing Editor
M. 1. Stewart Kdltor New Dept.
ilolin T. .Summer Vswiciato Kdltor
Kdjrnr M. Clark swm!W' Alitor
A . lUseltolT ssoelnte KM tor
A M. (lull Cartoonist
IMjrar Cnmilh Kdilor loill l)opt,
Miv, (iruee Mi'.NHllan.. Associate Kdltor
lliira Hammtind sMoitite ICdltor
(.oorjjv ItnrtloH ..nwelnte IWitor
P ntlivur HK?lnt Kdltor
( Imtini Uiht svoctte Kdltor
V . Ilrown .miHU lwdtor
V K. ( leinetits. . Kdltor Alumina Joiit
Thoso Who Will Play Foot-Ball.
(CoiiUiineil from 1'nRO U
The Nebrn&knn will be sent to any
...i-inwo; iiiwvn i-ii-iliit of tho ubscrin- i
tion price, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions arc sollultcd from all.
News items such as locals, personals,
reports of meetings, etc., arc especial
ly desired. TQio Nebrsiskan will be
glad to print any contribution rela
tive to a general university subject,
but the name must accompany all
Address all communications to the
Nebreuskan, University of Ixe-braska.
What has Ixvonie of tlie Univorslt.y
Don't forget the football game tomorrow.
Hum. in nature is such that in any
thing undertaken by man, there if
need o1 encouragement. It is so with
thr foot lia lb player. He may have tno
best of trriinntg, the best of every
thing that helps to pint a football man
in the best of condition, but 'if he has
no encouragement from his friends
uud fellow students, he will not play
team win, be at the galne tonior-ixvw
ln'v lismil game. If you want to see the
team win, lie at thegame tomorrow
nnd cheer lustily for the scarlet and
Students should take an interest in
the mass meeting which has been call
ed for next Tuesday morning for tiie
purpose of deeding student memliers
of the college settlement Itonrd. The
college work is purely phitunthropical.
It Ik such a work as eery lover of hu
manity ought to be interested
in and help along. It is not the spe
cial concern of ny dcpiirtinoirt, class
or orgsinitition. It Is an enterprise
that belongs to the whole University
and in which eury student can do a
DotJi fiieulty and students have been
deeply sulrred by the death of Thomas
). Kunn, of tin- eln3 of 'OS. Mr. Kunn
was widely known a a young man po-st-ssing
tin highest ideals and exem
plifying the nobles, life. With no
thought of self but always for others
he endeared himself to all who knew
him. Mr. Kunn was proparinig lilmself
for the ministry but he did not wait
for the completion of his education
for the realizations of his hfe's pur-post-.
From ne student body of the
rnhersity, from the fields in which
he labored as pastor, and from the
e.unp, come nceount of numerous in
s'tances which show the hlghus re
spect for others, and the liobloHt pa
triotism. Ills was a life nobly spent,
In the deatli of Superintendent fildn
ii r. the Cii'iMM-sity and uie state a.t
I.u-ge mourn the loss of one prominent
m education il circles. Superintendent
SKiiiikt was fnpeeltdlv aetilvc in the
lteran 1U-NI. Imvng publMied a book
foi . in secondary schools, entitled
"Studies in literature.,, lie wjik espe
cially sidnpted for this work and hifc
ixok shows evidence of untiring effort,
a readiness in selection, nnd a keen
nppi.'ciat'ion of the principle of art.
Air. Skinner impressed all w!th wihom
he ime in contact with hi eivnnU
1W88 and his high and noble purpose.
The results of his work have already
been gieat, but they will comtiinie to
increas4' and it would be difficult to
estimate the extent of their Influonce.
Since so much has bwn accomplished
by one so young, wo can noi know
what mlgh't have l)(.n accomplished
had lie lived to a inatiircr age.
length of time. They iv being formed
into a second eleven by Mr. Pryce, of
the Phy.sieal Training department. On
Tuesdaj evening they lined up ngaitKt
the tlrst. team and for a "while led them
a very merry chase around t lit tield.
Dovsenbnieh, a new nvo-lntndred
pountler, who hits mwer seen a foot
ball, is with them nnd promises in time
to supercede either llnnson or Tur
ner when their playing days are over,
Pierce and Cramlcll are also good and
promise well for the future.
Manager llischof had the following
to say -about football affairs .vestcrday:
Since the last announcement of the
schedule two new games have been ad
ded, both ot which are to be played
on our campus. They are Tarkio col
lege and Drake university. The sened
ule as it now stands, is as follows:
Octolter 1, University of Nebraska
vs. Hastings eol.ege -at Kineoln.
October s, U?v1versity tr Nebraska
vs. Ames college at lincoln.
October IS, University of Nebraska
vs. Tarkio college- at Kineoln.
October S3, University of Nebraska
vs. Wm. .lew ell college at Kansas
October 21. University of Nbra.ska
vs. Missouri State University at Co
October 20, University of Nebraska
vs. Orinnell college at Lincoln.
November ., University of Nebraska
vs. Kansas state univorslty at Law
November T, University of iobr.ibkn
v.s. Kansas Citv medics Kansas City
November 12, University of (Ncbras
kii vj. Drake University tit Lincoln,
November 24, University of Nebrus
ku vs. Iowa State University at
This will give the people here live
games on our liome grounds. Season
tickets for the home g-.iuics are now on
sale at $1.7.1 eaeTi.
There will be no game with Wis
consin or Minesontu this year. Wis
consin had completed all arrange
ments to play us here on November
It), but two of the schools with whicli
games were scheduled, threw up their
contracts and. isconsin was onngetl
to make new arrangements which will
prevent her playing us this year.
The management of the Minnesota
team has changed hands and tnc new
manager has written that he has de
cided to schedule no more games on
the advice of the coach and captain.
Our team will not play the Kansas
City Medics at Kuiikih City October 5,
during cornival week, as Kansas Uni
versity has decided to play the game.
.tnie few days ago the malinger tif
the Medics wrote asking if we would
play. An affirmative answer was
g.ven him but later a telegram was re
ceived stating that Kansas had decid
ed tt phiy mill give a return game.
Tlu: iieid has been scraped and put
In lirst class condition, livery thing
will.be in good shape for the opuning
game next Saturday with Hastings
college. Lot evt ry student in t he Uni
versity make it a point to attend thib
ilrst game. Put aside your lxoks for
an hour or two Saturday nfteriioou,
cease to think of school work and
"grinding" mid tuni out to welcome
our boys and show them thai you arc
ready with your happen t and encour
agement tf help them win the pen
nant again thte. year.
MKS. L. M. SKAKLKS, M. D.
I'ractlco limited to Discuses of Women nnd
Oillco: KKSO St. lies.: 1813WashlnRtonSt.
1 Hours: '.' to 4 p. in.
J. M. LUCAS,
tntli unit O sts.
Telephone 153. Lincoln. Nob.
Dean Wilson, .Mrs. Chancellor Mac
Leon and the senior girls will give a
reccpNon to the Kreshinou girls and
to ail young Indies -who have just en
tered fechool at the Ohrition associa
tion building, corner of Twelfth and
P street, from & to 10 o'clock Satur
day evening, October 1. This meaiiH
is taken to liivifU: thco girl who po
silibly might not- receive an invitation
on account of the incompleteness of
LOUIS N. WENTE,
130 South 11th street,
Hooms SO, 27 nnd 1, Urovvncll llltt. Phono t30.
DK. C. R. KEARNS,
1134 O Street,
Hooms over WcstcrnUnlon TclCBrnph.
DK. J. T. McNAY,
Tcoth Iixtrnctcd without Pnln.
Olllfo: Cor UthamlOSts.
DR DENJ. T WEST,
Onice: 10iS O Street, Over Fltzgcraia's. Tel. 41G
Hcsldcnce: 1733 Euclid Ave. Tel. 643.
Hours: 10 to 12 a.m. 2toBp. m.
Specialties: Diseases of Stomach and Kidney.
DR. ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
NurrHlock. Lincoln. 'Nub
a Paine & Warfel Suit or Overcoat
this fall and Judge for yourself
whether you are not well dressed.
We do not oontlnually sell our
goods below cost. We are reli
able on price and goods,
PAINE & WARFEL.
The . .
HERPOLSHEIMER & GO
Has heretofore been noted among University students for the very low
prices at which all supplies were sold. This year, while lower than ever, com
mensuratc with quality, we have materially increased our stock. We are
prepared to supply Text Hooks of all kinds at lower rates than were ever
before made in Lincoln. Note the list quoted below.
Wessley's German-Eng. Dictionary $ o Go
Wcssley's French-Eng. Dictionary 6o
Cassell's German-Eng. Dictionary i 15
Cassell's Erench-Eng. Dictionary 1 15
Cassell's Latin-Eng. Dictionary.. 1 15
Bessey's Brief Botany too
Remsen's Elementary Chemistry. . 72
Graphic Algebra 1 44
Tichener's Outlines of Psychology 1 45
Laughlin's Mill 280
Le Conte's Geology 325
Rolfe's Shakespeare, per. vol 50
Students' Standard Dictionary. ... 2 50
Standard Dictionary 10 50
Webster's International Dictionary 8 75
History Paper, per 100 sheets. .. . 05
History Covers, leather back. . ,,. It
History Covers, cloth sides... u
History Covers, board sides 0
Fountain Pens, 14 Kt gold, 69c, 89c
and 98c, each pen warranted.
Waterman's "Ideal" Fountain
Pens, $2,50 and upwards.
Lead Pencils, polished, rubber
Black Ink, per 2 02. bottle 2
Fountain Pen Pockets 8c, 10c and 15c
Student's Note Books 0.
"University" Tablets j5
Ink Tablets, 80 sheets each 0j
Soft Paper Tabs, 500 pages each 05
K. L. IIOI.YOKK, M.U. K. A. HOI.TOKE.M . D.
Kes. Telephone 4.M. Kes. Telephone 43.
DRS. HOLYOKE & HOLYOKE,
Physicians & Surgeons,
Oillco. 127-SoutU 11th street.
Oillco Telophone 42.
Toluphoue 685. P. O. Box 051.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
603 South 1HM street.
Special attention to dlsenscs of women. Ev
ery convenience for surgical cases.
DR. CHARLES E. CHANDLER,
U.of N. '92.
1231 O htrcet.
Hours: H to 10 a tn -, 2 to 4 p. m 7 to 8 p. in
Sunilayn. 3 to 4 p m.
l'honus: Onice3J; rts 090 1710 D street.
DR. T. M. TRIPLETT,
Hesldoncc, 1222 Q street
Oftlco Telophone, 415. Lincoln, Nob
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Ofllcc 1 130 street.
Oillco Telophone 42fl.
Kusldunco Telophone -lit.
Ori'ioK Honits: Summvs:
10 10 12 u. m. 12 to 1 p.m.
2 tofi p. m. 3 to h p. m.
A. D. WILKINSON. M. D.
Itob . 920 South l"Ui blruot.
Tulopbonos: Office, 060; reslilonco, 652.
TO HUUSCIM BURS OK THE KIOTE.
1 want to hcntl every old subscriber
a copy of the forthcoming Us,ue. Will
you, if you have changed your uddruoM
tilling flic Kiinuiier.iiiesitfe mtif.v me lit
once. Also member of law year's
elans (especially those of you who
have paid a year's Hiihxcriptlou In ad
vance) let me know where to address
you. It is almost impobsible to make
1111 accurate lint at prcHcnt, on account
of the many changes, during the
siiinmer, but as soon as possible the
lUt will be straightened out.
The price of the Kioto has been re
duced to 50 cent a year, or five cents
a copy. All subscribers who paid $1
last year, will m-cHvo the Kioto during
thtj whole of this school year to Iml
mice the account.
X. C. ABBOTT,
M. B. KETCHUM, M. D., Piiah. D.
Prof. OiiuUiutuiolQRy, Otology ntl
Lincoln Mofllcal Collouo,
Ofton. a thoroujh, private rourholn rofraotlon.
onico, 820 So. 1 1 tli st. llourn, to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Kosltlonco 1310 G street., Tol 218.
Offlie, 12T-J O street, Hooms 17 ami 18.
Over Mlllor & I'alno's, Tol 635
DR. M. H. GARTEN,'
Praotko limited to
Kye, liar, Nosu and Throitt,
1025 o street.
E, S. KING,
FIno Watch Ilcpalrlng.
Scientific Refracting Optician
1300 O Street, - Lincoln, Nob.
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
Exnmino the Policy of the Now England
Mutual. The Values are as definite as those
endorsed in your Hank Book.
This Company has been Chartered
G. W. NOBLB, Mgr.,
Phone 328. iosVrt
J. H. Evans, Prcs. and Treas.
C. C. Quiggle, Sec. and Mgr.
327-329-331 North Twelfth Street.
TELEPHONE 199. - - LINCOLN, NEB.
STUDENTS CO-OPERATIYE BOOK CO.
(Incorporated 1891 )
The leading store for University Books and Supplies since 194.
Co-operative plan, saves 10 to 25 per cent
Removed From Basement of University.
ENGINEERING SUPPLIES, WATERMAN PENS, SECOND
MIL mm PROMPTLY FILLED.
New and Commodious Quarters.
C. W. WALLACE, Manager.
Represented by J. F. BOOMER.
225 North 11th St.
IT IS THE "STYLE
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
That make them famous. All on ground floor, 226So. 11th St
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