The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, January 07, 1899, Image 2

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    THE NEBRASKA
A WwJnly NfWNiwpor Issued 15i,y
Vrldny Noon by tilio University
Publishing Association.
Kntorod as Soooml Class Mai! Matter.
Uco. h. 'lVnvno Manntflivg lfclltor
M. 1. Stewart UdMor News Dept.
John T. Sinnnvr.... Associate Kdltor
12tl7r 11. Clark Associate Mltor
Uco Ikirtlot t Associate Kdltor
A. M. Hull ... Cartoonist
11 far Cnunlb 111 tor IxwtiU DepU
Grace MkidMlMniv AewooI.Vto lllitor
11. 1). Amlresoit' Associate 1-Mltor
Clinton Itarr Associate IMltor
F. llixuvn Associate lHtor
F. K Onion ta... 11 Hr Alumni Pout
The Nebraska!! will be somt to tniy
mldwsa upon receipt of the mibserip
Hon prk'e, which Is one dollar n year.
Contributions arc solicited from nil.
News Items such as locals, personals,
reports of meetings, etc., arc especial
ly desired. The Nebraska n will be
glad to print any contribution rela
tive to a general university subject,
but the name niu.st accompany all
aruoh.
Address all communication to the
Ncbraskan, University of Isc-brnskn.
game here. This appeared hi the l'alo
Alto Dally of some little time ago, but
space now j
A settlement of the game receipts
at the Thanksgiving game was made
yesterday between Treasurer Flokert
and Manager Kverctt Hrown, of Uerk
eley. The total amount uikeu In was
$1(1,(11)$, dVltor the joint c.vpenses
were deducted, the sluire of each uni
versity was found to be $7,0(50. Last
year $(t,&U wa secured 'by eneh university.
The Nebrnskan publishes In another
column an interesting letter exactly
as it was written. No comment wnl be
necessary, as it furnishes its own explanation.
According to the S. U. I. Quill, a
good student, is known by three
tilings; he can begin to study when he
docs not like it; lie can study when he
would rather quit; lie can quit when
he ought to.
The Register Annual, published by
the students of the Omaha high sohool,
comes to us in nn enlarged form. It
is full of high school enthusiasm,
witty remarks and school facts. As a
whole it speaks well for the editors.
Foot ball in the University of Penn
sylvania this year cleared about $32,
000 for the athletics of that institution.
This puts the association out of debt
and starts in on a fair way to prosper
ity. Kach member of the team was
presented with a gold watch charm in
Hie shape of n foot ball as souvenirs.
The subs received silver ones of the
same style.
The publishers of the wiiam Jew
ell Student deserve a great deal of
credit for their Christmas edition. It
is bound very neatly in a red cover
printed in black. The front piece is in
perfect harmony with the time of year.
The editorial part of the magazine is
of the first class, dealing with literary
articles, Injok criticism, and college
notes especially.
The Nebrnskan again has a com
ment. It Is because the University
has no glee, mandolin or banjo club.
It would seem to the casual observer
that there was absolutely no reason
why there should not be a nourishing
glee and mandolin club here. It Is
fruitless to assert that there arc not
musicians enough at hand. It cannot
be that from 2,000 students sixteen
could not be found with suflleleut abil
ity as singers to deserve a place on n
glee club. There Is a reason, however,
why we lack such clus, It is simply
because there is no one to lead, no one
to make the club and make it succeed.
It might be well to post a sign "Want
ed a Man," with the necessary quali
ties of leadership, to pioido tne en
thusiasm and direction which will in
sure a worthy club to represent Ne
braska's State University, it is a
chnucc for sonic one to make for him
self a name which will always be re
membered in the University's traditions.
PROFESSIONAL OARDS.
MHS. L M. SKAKIXU, M. D.
Practice limited to Diseases of Women 'iuul
Children.
Dillon i HttftO St. Hot.! t8l3WtNhtnR(onSl.
Hon to i S lo l. m.
LINCOLN, NKIIUABKA
J. M. LUCAS,
DENTIST.
1Mb mill 0 sis
Tolaplionu IM. Lincoln. Nob
LOUIS N. WUNT1I,
DENTIST,
130 South Mill street,
Hoonm , 27 Hint I, UrowncU Mil. lMiono M0.
DR. J. L. HODGEMAN,
DENTIST.
1103 O Street,
Speclnl rates to Student.
ANOLOGY.
Kx-Govcrnor Proctor Knott and a
lXinville lawyer were u..cusshig the
rival claims of Sampson and Schley
to the credit of smashing Ccrvcra at
Santiago. The lawyer took the ground
that the honor was Sampson's alone,
and showed a tendency to ignore
Schley. The govornor listened. "Your
position on this controversy settles a
point of conscience that has worried
me many a long day," he said. "One
day, many years ago, I was walking
through the woods with a boy friend
when we saw a rabbit run into a sink
hole. We stood around n while, and I
left to get some fire to smoke him out,
telling the boy to watch while I was
away. "When I came back the boy had
the rabbit, 1 promptly took it away
.from him, claiming that it belonged
to me because I had told him to catch
it if it came out. That was fifty years
back," continued the governor, "and
you arc the first man who has ever
agreed with me thnt the rabbit was
mine."
DK. J. T. McNAY,
DENTIST
Teeth Kxtrnctcil without rain.
Onleoi Cor. 11th ami OSts.
Lincoln, Nobrnsba
DR I312NJ. F WEST,
GENERAL PRACTITIONER,
Omco: 10 O Street, Over FllrernUl'8. Tel. 410
ltosldcnco: 17M Euclid Ave. Tel.MS.
Hours: 10 to IS a.m. 2 to 5 p. m.
Spticlnlllcs: Discuses ot Stomach and Kidney.
The registration statistics of the col.
leges of this country show that there
has been a very great falling off in the
members who are taking work in the
technical schools, while there has been
a corresponding increase in the ac
ademic departments. This is a some
what significant fact, showing that
there arc fewer college men now enter
ing the professions of law, meoicino
and the like, while more are entering
the various avenues of business.
In the Xmas edition of College Top
ics, published at tiic university of Vir
ginia, the editor takes occasion to tell
hs readers that the last senior class of
the University of Nebraska had a
"sneak" day, at wQiich lime the seniors
went to chapel with tin horns, dolls,
etc., and that on that day the tint was
"When I was a child, I spake as a
child, but when I became a man, I put
away childish things." It was strange
that the editor should have noticed
this so soon. For his benefit, it might
be said that this "sneak" day was dur
ing the month of May lost past.
The following short clipping from
the Palo Alto Daily of Leland Stan
ford University shows how vastly dif
ferent is the support given foot ball
in California from that accorded the
Patriotism is rampant. A ten-year-old
German-American boy told his
father: "You're only a Hessian," and
an Englishman's son told his und, "We
licked you once and can do it again."
Easy writing is sometimes easy read
ing. I write with a fountain pen, a
"Waterman" Ideal, the best I know.
No bother to hunt up ink, find a sharp
pencil or decipher your "copy." It's
always ready, flows easily; no need to
shade your letters. Handy to write
a note or address, on the train, in the
streets, anywhere. People complain
that other pens are frauds; mine isn't.
You can fool everybody once except
those who use a "Waterman" Ideal.
All the Baptists and Prohibitionists
use them. Charles F. Wingate in the
New York Sun.
DR. ALBERT R. MITCHELL,
llooms C7'8,
HurrWock, Lincoln, Neb
E. L. Hoi.YOKK, M.D. R. A. Hoi.TOKK.M . D.
lies. Telephone i. lies. Telephone 4i3.
DRS. HOLYOKE & HOLYOKE,
Physicians & Surgeons,
Lincoln, Neb.
omce. 127 South 11th street
Olllco Telephone 4!.
Telephone 085. P.O. Box 051.
DR. C. A. SHOEMAKER'S
Private Hospita
503 South lllh street.
Special attention to discuses ot women. Ev
ery convenience for MirKtcnl cases.
DR. CHARLES V. CHANDLER,
U.OfN. 92.
1231 O street.
Hours: 8 to 10 a. nv, 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to H p.m.
Sundays. 3 to 4 p in.
Phones: Offlce3i9; ns C96 1710 D street.
Lincoln, Neb.
J. E. MOSSHART, M. D.
Spcclul Attention to Errors ot llcfractlon.
Practice Limited to EYE. EAH, NOSE and
THROAT.
llSlOStrcot, Lincoln, Neb.
You can save $1.25 on a $5.00 shoe,
$1.00 on a $4.00 shoe, and so on down
the list-Foot Form 1813 O st.
The January Kioto, which started
out with an edition of 1,000 copies hns
since been increased by 300. The next
number will be larger by several pages
and 1,500 copies will be printed, the
work being done by the Ivy ross.
Miss Bored "Mr. Staylatc, do you
know why you remind me of an oak
tree?"
Mr. Staylate "Is it because I am
nutty?"
Miss Bored "No! Because you are
so late in leaving." Princeton Tiger.
Dr. Leonhardt's
A NTI-P LL
Cures Nervous Ills,
Constipation. Ulllousness. Nervous th.
and Pill Habit. Action nofoKV
costlveriess Doubt it? Trv It SamnlH?
Prr Advisory Dcpt. for Patrons.
DR. J. F. STEVENS.
Omco 1130 O street.
Ofllcc Telephone 420.
Residence Telephone 424.
Lincoln, Neb
Ornc Honns: Sundats:
10 to 12 a.m. 12 to 1 p.m.
8 to 5 p. m. 3 to 5 p. m.
A. D. WILKINSON, M. D.
Onicu 21 and 25 Hurr Hlock.
lies., 020 South 17lb street.
Telephones: Office. CM); residence, 082.
ft
flic University of Nebraska
SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Is butter iUlotl than ovor boforo to givo artistic iiiBtruotion in,
Voice Training, Piano Forte laying, and all
other principal branches of Music,
M. B. KETCHUM, M. D., Phar. D.
Prof. Ophthalmology. Otology and
Laryngology,
Lincoln Medical College,
Odors a tb.or.mph, private ourse in refraction.
Speotucles tilted.
Ofllce, 220 So. 11th st. Hours, 0 to 12:30-2 to 5
J. R. HAGGARD. M. D.
Itesldencc 1310 G street., Tel. 242.
Oftlce, 1223 O street. llooms 17 nnd 18,
Over Miller & Palne's, Tel. 635
DR. M. H. GARTEN,
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose nnd Throat,
1025 O street,
Lincoln, Nebraska.
E. S. KING,
Fine Watch Repairing.
Scientific Refracting Optician
(Qraduate)
1800 O Street, . . Lincoln, Neb.
Students will receive full information by ap
plying at tho School located directly
South of the Campus, and can
enter at any time.
Tuition is the Lowest Consistent with Sound
Instruction.
WILLARD KIMBALL.
DIRECTOR,
Estat
es
are
Made by
Systematic
Savings.
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
Exnmino tho Policy of tho Now England
Mutual. Tho Values aro as dofinite as tlioso
endorsed in your Bank Book.
This Company has beon Chartorod
63 Years.
G. W. NOBLB, Mgr.t
Phone 328 1041 0 street
Turpin's School of Dancng.
Children's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladles' and gentlemen's class, Mondays 8p.m. Assemblies or
Advanced Class, Wednesday Evenings.
Tho Academy oflers advantage- for cotillion clubs, private parties, otc.
Is nowly furnished ami decorated. Will bo rented at reasonable, rates.
For further information address,
ALBERT TURPIN, &
The new Term begins
January a, 1899.
VSUfeNTc
Prices from $15 Up. JK
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) iMJkw azA Best
1 x R ' ASM -9 fr SX-r JHO'IHBHBBh
the
World
COLLEGE men everywhere are invited to send for the Woshbuin Souvenir Catalog.
It contains nearly 300 portraits of artists nnd collecians, besides civing come account
of the construction of Washburn instruments nnd a complete list of net prices.
First-class music dealers the world over sell Washburns, or Instruments may be
obtained from the makers
LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.
Our
Great
Semi
Annual
Clearing
ale . . .
Will commence Monday,
January 2, at 8 o'clock and
close Saturday eveningt
January 7th, at 10 oclock.
It will be a good time to
buy anything you may
want in the line of Dry
Goods.
You are invited to come
and see for yourself.
MILLER & PAINE.
IT IS THE " STYLE'
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
Elite Studio
That, make them famous. All on ground floor, 226 So 1 1th St.
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