The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899, January 23, 1899, Image 3
THIS WKKK'8 EVENTS. Meeting of tho general faculty nt 5 o'clock . Special iinnlvorsnry program by the l)o"lnn literary society. Munlimlloins will bo Qiold from jlnmUO ,intl1 ,,,ri(1'1,y l"l"slve. Sicmii Alpha Hpslloii will give n dnii'-liiK pi-ty Krldny evening. Ucliis' r-'wiilty elub will give a re ct,'tlon in tho armory Saturday even- In?' Ailui'tU' nieotlntr tonight to elect a 1,pm Will ninmitfor and transact rou tine 'business. Opon new stock of elce- LOOAh. Go to Don's Cafe, fciotiLli 11th. nigMa. l)r. Fliiip wis tumble- to tuect classes ThWidny. Mr. Franklin was sick several days last week. The l'hl Delta Tliotns hhve pledged Tl.onin4 Thomas. Colonel Hills of Falrbury visited the unlvusity Tliursdnyv The Hev. Dn. Knwlins was pastor in Ksiieiee last week. The tailor shop under 11. I. Ticket Ollice will save you money. IVrshlng llllles will drill as usual ui'Nl Thursday evening. Dr. E. J. Anlc, practice limited to Skin and Urinary Diseases, 1400 O St. 2(c jniir of men's shoes one-half priee at Webster it Rogers, 1013 O st. Dr. 1). L. Itamsdell, skim nnfl' genito urinary diseases, 127 So 12t St. Cameron's LuncJh Iloom, 118 Soutih Eleventh. Open day and nlgQi'U Dr. S. E. Cook, practice limited to eje, car, wose and throat. 1215 O St. LlMe Itlaiidin will spend a part of examination week nt her home in Western. Eila Harper lind the misfortune to sprain her nnkle in the gymnasium Thursday. "The Owl ruff," the only new thing in reekwear. Ask for it. Armstrong CIctHng Co. The seniors' 'hats have been received anil can be obtained at the Armstrong clo'iiing store. , L'i gistration has been going on for several days, causing- much confusion in the offices. The Rev. Dr. "Yhartou addressed the Y M. C. A. Inst Sunday at 4 o'clock in Delian hall. 1 I Dish "Blnndin, .Tessicn Mfonran and (lyle Hull have been elected members j Iv. 0' the English club. A class in Hebrew is to be start ed nel semester under Prof. Aylcsworth of (otner university. "Mins Helena Hertford, who lias been tra.l.ir.p nt PlattsmoutJi, visited uni .prMi friends last week. Invitations are out for iv dancing pi'i'ty to lie given nt Courier hall by tho members of Slgm Alpha Epsllou fmiornity Frhhiy evening, January the !i7lh. liist Saturday the preliminary 25 yard dash was run in the gymnasium. , E. Andreson, It. 1). Andreson and llfulh.rd were Phe winners, In the above order. Call and see our trie fixtures. KOllSMBYBIl PLUMBING & HEAT. ING COMPANY, 215 So 11th Street. li. K. Evans, 'OS, has boon appointed isiMnnl In the electrical laboratory to lill the position occupied by Charles True, who resigned to accept a po sit lot. Iv Chicago. History Monroe Hoy per mo. in unbroken packages of .'00 35e per pack. Hook nnd Stat. Dept., llerpolshclmer & Co. University Coal Office Gregory sells Coal Best Qunlity. Phone 343. Dost Price 10.14 O Street. Taper mnde from 24 lb. nil, Kuled and Punched, 8c The state board of Charities will nn-et here Februnry 7. The chancellor wlM give the opening address. l'erl Langworthy of Seward, a foniicr university student, visited his Mj.'nu. 1 In brothers Inst week. The Nebraskan, 50 cents for the rest of the year, if you pay cash in advance. Leave subscriptions with any editor. Pro 1. Caldwell entertained the niem-her- of the history classes at his lion. c Friday and Saturday evenings. I'trn.- Morse was culled to Qiis home In Golcsburg, 111., Wednesday toy a telegram announcing the serious ill n'fs of his father. Mi1 Neidhart, wflio was obliged to leju1 school two weeks ago on account of .1 sprained ankle, has resumed wor! . A course is to be offered in mathe ni:it,c. astronomy next semester Wweii may be substituted for mathe- lll.'ltlCv 2. I Kjfthbor and Mrs. Caldwell enter tained the American History students ' their home last Friday and Sat unla, evenings. 1 "Jle." Hlxley of journalistic fame 'Mured to the students of the jour nalism class last Tuesday on "The Country Newspaper." At the meeting of the Junior Prom, committee 'held Thursday, Van Valin wax unanimously elected to, act ns mister of ceremonies. Hurry Allen llcese, '01, and) Ann Ar oor, '04, attorney nt law at Colorado "I'nngs, has 'been visiting menus in wie city the past -week. EDclta Upsiloni has challenged Phi Caininn Delta to play a game of bas ket bnii OIV ie eainc evening that Oinaha iplays the university team. A L. Hoagland has taken the posi tion in the electrical department for uctj occupied by "Ilank" Mueller, J overseer of tho electrical apparatus. Tho 1'ershllllP It Hies linlil Huili- nciinl 'drill last Thursday 0111 the nsiihnH. pnvonion'l. on Eleventh street. A Inrjse crowd gathered to watch the om ended order formation. c feasor Hrnce has received a very Intonating line of tuning forks where vibuMion Is too liirh to 'be heard, tlunigl the difference enn be per eelved when they are struck together. A telegram was received from Urac il m P.rond.v Tuesday evening, an nouncing Hint he had nrrived nt San Fniiu'ls.co safely from Manila with 200 other Nebraska boys. They are ex pected home within a few days. Mr. J. S. Moore, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., litis been chosen to succeed E. W. Ellis ns college sec retary. Mr. Moore has Im-ch engaged In city nnd college Y. M. C. A. work in Iowa for several years and is a M'ry able man. 'Mbs Lillian Thompson of West Point and Alnin Koch of Lincoln were initiated into Delta Delta Delta last Siiiurdny evening at tho liome of Miiu Mamie Miller. A banquet was eniny- e'l by the active members nndi n few alumni after the ceremony. Captain Reedcr of the base ball en m wislics to announce that all pi'ehers report for training on Satur day , January 2S. and all base ball men will enter the training class on Monday, January 30. This begins the regular work of the season, which wi.l 'thereafter be carried on without interruption. The January number of Ulic Nc br.iskn Dairyman contains the follow ing: Piof. Lyons of the state univer sity had a very interesting nnd in structive paper nt the state dairy mon'j convention, "Forage Plants and Experiments Made on Their Cultiva tion nnd Feeding nt State Experimen tal Farm." It was an excellent illus tration of the good work the univer sity is doing for agricultural interests under the present nble and progress- management. Tiofcssor llodgman expects to re sume liis class work next semester. He wii! offer an elective in Taylor's Keviscd Calculus.. The class will meet daily nnd n credit of one course will be given. An elementary knowledge of trigonometry nnd analytical geom- eiy alone nre necessary, lne course will lie found fairly sufficient for the engineering courses nnd will be es pecially valuable for those students who epect to teach and desire a gen-i.p.-ii view of this most unique mode o' mathematical reasoning. TJie clnss will meet nt 9 o'clock. There being so much tnlk nbout nn 1,. S. C. club, n few law students or ganized a Lawyers' Social club last SaTiirdny morning. The members nre T( ml llcese. Hoddy Humphrey, Thomas and Hischof. The pin nloptcci was a flying dutchman em bossed In bronze and superimposed upon a staff. Their yell Is as follows: ltah, rah: rah, rah; Ttah, rah, Heese; L, S: L, S; L, S, C; Hooray! Inturi'ollcitluto llurcnu. Gottroll & Leonard 4T-.M7H I'lroniluity Allmny, Nuw York. Multorsof tho Caps, Gowns and Hoods To tho American Colleges and Uni versities. Illustrated manual, samples, prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for the pulpit and the bench. 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