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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1898)
A Wt-otoy N'VHi!iiHr lmwi livery
l-'rlilnj ' Noon by blio Un.lvoiislty
Kntcrt'd as Second (Jljiss Miill Aluttoi.
Geo. L. Towne Mniinjrliijr Editor
M. 1. Stownrt Editor News Uopt.
Joint T. HuiniHM'. ...AHHOolutf ICrtltor
Kdjrur 11. Clnrk Associate lulitor
(ii-fi Hnrth'tt 8soolnlL' Editor
A. M. Hull Cnrtoonhit
Edgnr Crainlb Editor Lociill Dopt.
CiiMi-e MliuiMil'lnn Assouln'tu Edlitor
It, I). Androgen AsMHslntc ICdltor
Clinton Man- AHsmsfcito ICdltor
l- Y. Jtrovvn AHMwIato Editor
F K. ( IciniMiLi... Editor Alumni Dent
The NebrasUati will be sent to any
nddrcss upon receipt of the Hiib.scrlp
tlon price, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions are solicited from all.
News items such as locals, personals,
reports of meetings, etc., arc especial
ly desired, Tin! Nebniskan will be
g-lad to print any contribution rela
tive to a general university subject,
but the name must accompany all
Address all communication to the
Nebrasluin, University of Jnc-braskn.
In William the foot ball team will
hae a splendid capUiin for next year.
.During' Ills two year.s upon the 'Var
sity lie lias proven himself well flttotl
for the position lie Is to hold. With
the aid of a gxiod eoaeli t:here Is no
mi-son why Nebraska should not have
a winning'team in 1S00.
it wiu'k's Nebniskan will be .1
MjuuMiil (hi'lhtina.s number. It will be
the swellest thing of the kind ever puli
lished at the I'liivei'slty and every stu
dent and friend of the I'nUerslty
should have a copy to read and pre--ere.
it will contain a complete re
view of the foot ball season by tljoso
who are competent to wrlie ab.mt ibis
gr-atist Amei'ieaii eollegH sport. It
will contain !io a write-up of the
l iiivi'isit,v , It, chancellors, graduate
.schi.nl, law school, clubs and organiza
tions of all kind-. It will be profusely
illiistpitcd, emit4iiniii)r pictures of tin
foot ball and base ball teams, some of
th iuiliiditnl phiyeiv and teams of
fornuT ,eai. 'I'here will also be ple
1 nri - nf the chancellors from the
founding of the Institution, and some
new iews of the biilldlugH and Inter
iors, It will in Pact be the neatv,t pa-u-r
1111 tnw saw. You will want 10
hov it to your friends here and send
it t. tlioM' at a distinee thai they may
Know what kind of a t'nlversity it Is
that ou arc attending.
The Nebr.i-kan U surprised at the
lack of pulilic spirit mIiowii by the
oiing woim n ot 1 lie University. The
instance wliH'h lias been mutt nppar
fnt. of coin-be. is the one connected
with the NebrnKkan'fe subhcriptlon list.
Ot the lio hundred subscribers not
more than tlfty are girls. It may be
that one takes the paper and pase
it to her friends, but that does not en
courage a struggling enterprise. It
takes a good deal of time and monty
and effort to publish n college news
paper, nnd if it is deserving at alL it
would seem that tlhe least nny stu
dent could do would be to subscribe
for it nnd read it. A college without a
newspaper would indeed be a wtirange
institution in these modern times. A
college, of the size of the University of
Nebraska, without n good newspaper,
would be nearly as bad. And yet every
student iivuf?t realize thnt 11 l simply
impossible to publish a good paper
without the heart j Mipiorl of the
whole school. To be sure, studi'M
l'iiu do much in other ways, but they
can do most by siilmerlblnK. Fifty
cents or even a dolliir Is not much to
each Individual, but if the Nebnwduin
had a.OOll Hiiibserlbei It could furnish
a paper the equal of any weekly maga
zine In the country, one in which every
HludiMil could well be proud.
Tlia following piinigraphH clippel
frnin K. I'. Weekly would Indicate tlir.t
they rwson down there ery imic.h as
they played Hie game-rather loosely:
"If Is iiiueh to be regretted that Mr.
I.elund was nimble to 11 range 11 biMter
series of games for the team. All but
two of the games vre purely local.
We would have wished thai our team
might lime been pitted against hoe
of some more eastern schools. The
wi'.ue of the gomes us 1111 advertise
ment would be Inestimable."
"The foot ball season Is over nut! we
have tleinonstnaled that we have, (he
be I team In the west. Only one defeat
mars the otherwise glorious record ot
the 'Varsity. Nebraska came upon tin
when we were in the midst of Itiml
luck, hut we wtlll lindst that we have
the superior team. dcsplU the fact
that she defmted tin by a score of
".Ml but two of the games were
I'Ultm.V lOCAI." They showed their
gnat, prowess then in Hie two games
not I'l'llrXY LOCAL. Those giime
were with .Missouri and Nebraska.
Their recollections of the Nebraska
game are surely not ery happy; so
reallv it was by beating Missouri with
a seore of 12 toO that "we have demon
strated that we have the best team lit
Our score with Missouri was 17-fl.
lier, good and loyal student ought
to attend the foot ball vaudeville next
Friday night. The entertainment will
doiiht'less be good, of its kind the very
best, n.oiic who loves fun can have
an evening's entertainment at a very
niodeiate cost, itut even more impor
tant than all this is the fact that every
cent made will go toward wiping out
the debt of the board. Several public
spirited students have given liberally
of their time and talent to make the
show a success. Their efforts snottld
be appreciated. The least the rest of
the .student body can do is to buy the
tickets and 1111 the house to ovcr-ilow-mg.
Captain Mel ford, who .has """now
placed his last year upon the team,
deserves much credit for wiliat he has
done for foot ball here, lie has al
ways been a steady, thoroug'hly relia
ble plajer, and was always in his place
at intical times. Nebraska has never
had a better center. As captain he
has handled his men with conMiinniatc
ski.l. lie never engaged in petty
squabbles witli the umpire, lie knew
the rules, and waen Hheie was any
thing to complain nliout he talked to
the pioper official. If the decision was
against him he accepted It and played
foot ball the harder. Had we more
such captain foot, ball, ever.v where,;
would oe 111 lienor repute.
1IASK1CT HALL 0AM K.
The s o'clock ciIkI ."i o'clock divisions
met in a giime of basket ball lat Mon
day evening'. The "1 o'clock team had
the best of It from the start, the score
standing 2.r to 2 in their favor. The
S o'clock men did not hang together
11ml tj'ani work was not attempted.
The game was very rough and the um
pire's whistle played a leading part.
Cortelvoti and Walker threw a num
ber of goals each for the 5 o'clok
class. A hern of the s o'clock class
threw one from Held which, however,
did not count. The line up wiin as fol
lows: Cortelvoti (C) . .forwards. . .Ahem (C)
Walker " Hunter
Clinton Center Stall
Smith back's Ness
Morton " Turner
OlUeials: Hefcrec l'ryce.
Umpires Heiiedlet and Horry.
Time keeper l.ueKcy.
The third game of the schedule was
played on Wednesday night and result
ed in victory for the ." o'clock divis
ion. The gatn'o was not oloe, but ex
citing. There were a number of fouls,
but the g-anie was considerably clean
er than the previous ones. The score
stood 18 to :'. against the II o'clock di
vision. The II o'clock tr.uu was com
posed of of the following men: Mor
rison (captain), l'ebbtes, .Maodoek,
M ond I and Horry. The .1 o'oolol.s
were Cni'telyou, Walker. Morton, Ilwinl
and Smith.' Iieferee, RtobbltiM. Um
pires, W. K. Anderson and Aliren.
Delta Tan Delta gave a most brilliant
partv at Courier hall last Friday even
ing." It was strictly a University fune
tl.ni, and nearly all of the fraterni
ties were represented. Music was
furnished by Miss Wllloug-hby's
orchestra. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. AMiert viitkln-,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. .Summers; Misses
Walking Tukey. Cole, MeMennemy,
M.iCombor, Hridge. .laynes, Jackson,
Ikinuuond, llayes. Maeomber. llar
greaves, Winger. llichawls, Houtz,
Whedon, Outealt, Crowell, Macfarlanl,
Jessie Maefarland, Vnncil, Millar,
Douglas. Morgan, Clark, Douglas, Har
per MoMillen, Scih-wartz. Wiggenhorn,
Handaill, Wirt, Cunningham. Wilson,
Custer, Wilson, Andrews, Hamilton,
Hurt. Oulle, Ornhain, Cietner; ro,ssrs.
Vodon, Wehn, Weeks, Paul Weeks,
Clcland, 1'ancoast, Adims, Dowinnn,
Marley, Van Valin. Clemenis, Harncs,
Sheldon. Shedd, Atwood. Sumner, At
wood, Abbott. Stone. Harmon. Tukoy,
Orlo Hrovvn. Sherman, Collett, Polsom,
Kennard, Crandall. Christennon, Man
eheHter, MeCreery, Schick, Sawyer,
Hayes, Hanker, King. Mauley, Kind.
Whipple. HaiTott, Itaincy, Mousfold,
Hurt. Whitman, Hrown and Weii"r
Northwetern University Ib reported
to have lecentl.v adopteil an "honor
system" which is a seivrohor. If de
teeteil in elra'ing the student is to b.
exfclled fiom the University, his cred
its caucelleil and hU name published
In the college papers, copies of whloh
are to be sent to the faculties of other
An exchange gives us this bit of
statistics: Tn (Jermnny one man in
'-Jirj goes to eol'ege; In Scotland one in
SSO; in the United Stmtes one in 2,000,
and in England one in 5,000.
Cures Nervous Ills,
Contlpntlon. nvspoiiiln. Hllloasness. Norv
ouh Ills nnd PHI HaMt Action not followi U
liv eoNtlvenoss Doubt Itt Trv It. Humpies
free. DruuKlNts 2fie. or 11 dress Anll-Illl
Co , Lincoln. Neb,
Free Advliorv Dent, (of Putrotif .
MRS. L. M. SKARLKS, M. I.
I'ructlco liinlted to DIhuiikoh of Wnnicn anil
i)illco! l(50St. ItcH.i IHiaWiiililnntonHt.
Hoars: i to I a, 111
J M. LUCAS,
IMh and O sts.
Toluplioiio Ift3, Lincoln, Neb
. . 1229 0 STREET . .
LOUIS N. WKNTE,
ISO South illh street.
KootiiH L'0, L'7 nnd I, Urowtiull lllll. l'liono MIO,
DK. J. L. HODGEMAN,
1103 O Htreot.
Sjiocliil rntcs to Btuduiits.
DK. j. T. McNAY,
Teotli Kxtnictcd without I'nln.
Olllco: Cor. llthnndOHtH.
DK BliNJ. F WEST,
Onico: lOift O Street, Over Flt7Kornld's. Tol. 410
Ilesldcnco: 1735 Kuclld Ave. Tel.M3.
Hours: 10 to IS n. 111. StoAp. in,
Spoclultlt's: Discuses of Stoiiuich nnd Kidney.
Bought Partner's Interest
I laying piii'eluiscd llto Intorosl of Mr. C. W. Warftil in
the l'aiiic it Wat'fcl Clothing Store, I'm now In I lit; mldHl
oh 11 dissolution sale lo reduce stock. Sale Includes all
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings.
Also everything in the Mercluint. Tullorlii( dtipiirliiioiil,
Discount from 10 to Hfl per cent. Kvorythlng goes.
Nothing reserved. Very rasped fully,
B. U PKINE,
Turpin's School of Dancng.
DR. ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
Ilurr Hloclt, Lliuolti, Nob
E. L. Hoi.YOKK, M.D. K. A. IIOI.YOKK.M . D.
Koh. Telephone -KM. Kus. Telephouu -I.M.
DRS. HOLYOKE & HOLYOKE,
Physicians & Surgeons,
Oiuco. 127 South llth street.
Olllce Telephone 4J2.
Chlldron's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladles' and gontlomon'sclass, Mondays and Thursdays 8p.m.
The Academy olTors advantage for eolllllou cluln, prlvato part.' 03, oto.
Is novvly furnislicd and decorated. Will bo rented at reasonable rates.
Kor further information address,
ALBERT TURPIN, H?n2C0Nln;
The University of Nebraska
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Is bottor fitted than ever boforo to givo artistic instruction in
Voice Training, Piano Forte Playing, and all
other principal branches of Music,
Telephone Cs.1. I O. Hox 0Tl.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
S03 South llth street.
Special intention to discuses of vsonieu. Kv
ory convenience for surnleul cnseS.
DR. CHARLES L CHANDLER,
U.of N. '92.
I'.;)! O street.
Hours: 8 to 10 n. in-. '1 to 4 p. 111., 7 to I- p. m.
SunrtiiyH. 3 to 4 p in.
l'honcs: Ofllcc 3'.W; ns rlt5 1710 U street.
J. E. MOSSHART, M. D.
Spucliil Attention to Krrors of Itefrnctlon.
l'nietlco Limited lo KYK, KAK, NOSH and
1131 0 Street, Lincoln, Nub.
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
, Oltico 1 130 0 street.
Olllce Telephone 4M.
liusldeucu Telephone 1.
Ori'iOK llouiis: SUNtiAYs:
Id to l'-' n. 111. iu to I p.m.
y to 5 p. in. 3 to B p. tn.
A. D. WILKINSON, M. D.
Otllco 21 nnd 25 Hurr Illoclc.
Kch., 02(1 South I7lh Ntreot.
Telophono.s: Oflico, CHI; residence, (582.
M. 13. KETCHUM, M. D., Piiau. D.
Prof. OphttmtinoloKy. OtoloBy nnd
Lincoln Medlcul College,
Offers iv thoriiimh. prlvnto ouio In tefructlon.
Olllce, 220 So. llth St. Hours, 0 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Kusldonco 1310 G strcot., Tel 212.
Olllce, 1223 O street, Hooms 17 nnd 18.
Over Mlllor & I'nlne's, Tel. 635
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
l'nietlco limited to
Rye, Kar, No&o and Throat,
1025 O street,
E. S. KING,
Fine Watch Repairing,
Scientific Rof racting Optician
1300 O Street, . . Lincoln, Nob.
Students will receive full information by ap
plying at the School located directly
South of .the Campus, and can
enter at any time.
Tuition is the Lowest Consistent with Sound
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN I
Exiiuiiiio tho Policy of tlio Now England
.Mutual. The Values uro as dulinito as those
ontloraetl in your Hank Hook.
This Company has boon Chartered
G. W. NOBLB, Mgr.,
1041 O STREET
We give you a very earnest In
invitatlon to visit -our Cloak and
Stilt Department. We are showing
an assortment In Cloaks, Fur Col
larettes and Suits, which we think
surpasses that of all other Lincoln
IT IS THE "STYLE"
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
That make them famous. All on ground floor, 226 So 11 th St.
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