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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1899)
A Wecldy Newspaper Issued Every
Monday Noon by the University
from Uic worth of tho other pnrtu of
the edition, all of which, tlioiitfto de
serving', could i't lw npeeiully nien
tlaned, InvaiiHC of Kick of editorial
space. MoHldoH to incnMon less Miuiv
nil 'Would' not. only bo unjust but dan
gerous. However, we dure run some
rlrfk and usswt 'that the cover design,
dnun bv Ednn Hyatt, Is the beat
, t. i nt .. M.n f.,n.. i i'leee of 'i work that hum graced u
Enturcil as Second Class Mail Multoi. tl.0.lU.. ,,,,1,1111011 this 'ear. The
; I story of it.he MctilU color-bearer, Ar-
George L. Towno Managing Editor j (,,0( i,v M.,ruerlte McPhce, is especi-
all v well written and Intensely inter-
M I. Stewart Editor-in-Chief i ebt'tng throughout. It takes rank with
, tln HfHt atorlewof Hhe lust, ningHizIneH.
J. T. Stunner
Claude lteod. draco MaoMUlan.
Adelloyd Whltlni'. Holou Woods.
Denton Dales Alumni
No oxolninircs luive heeni beard from
because inonc haw .received copies, but
the numerous compliments heard up
on the campus would 'be sulTlelcnt to
establish the reputation of woiimnw'
editions ami nuilw tihein permnwentt.
features of the college year. It is in
order now for the boys to publish a
men's edition for comparative; pur-po.-es.
The Nebraska!! will be sent to any
Idresa upon receipt of the mtbscrin
tion price, which Is one dollar a year.
ContniHwvons are solicited from all.
Nw items such as locals, personals,
rciorts of meetings, etc., are especial
ly desired. The Nebraska n will be
glad to print any contribution rela
tive to a general university subject,
but the name must accompany all
Address all communication fro the
NeAirmduin, University of Nebraska.
From a llnnnelal point of view, spe
cial editions do not pay a college pa
pu The NeHmisdiiv has lost money on
ivory special editiion this year. Srtoh
cNperience lis, to say the least, not
very eneouragiivg to future editors.
The basv Ir.ill team has returned', not
covered wiMi glory, exactly, lint hav
ing hml a very suooowkiuI trip. 'lVeive
games were phiyed. Of tuese the 'vas
sif nine won the and lost seven. One
of the sex en it is stiid shouhl have
been Nebraska" game, had mere bail
pl.ixing bad anything (to do with the
rtsulr. The twnn deserves eongrsitu
hi ions for defeating some of the
strongest team that they ployed
against, including Kansas university.
The Sombrero has at hist appeared.
It is a .100 page book, robed in green,
with gohleif letters on the front. It
is tilled aeeordihvg to custom, with va
rious displays of regents, faculty,
classes, fraternities, societies, soldiers
and athWes. -together- with various
samples of I'itcrary work in history,
sfory and joke form. The cuts and
'jcki-K are romewhat disappointing.
S'everthelos, tWe annual is a crediit to
the class of ltioo, in that it forms a
link in the chain which will kep alive
he tradition and encourages- the hope
of liettir tfliinigs to come.
A (piestlon Unit Is now up for a
great deal of thought Is whether or
not a student is an liuunriiuuto being
without any such thing as right or
whether be has one or two simple
maxims Unit he may follow providing
he does not take n paint bucket, along.
It is evident Unit the students dCll
several things the evening after the
eompei'itiive drlM tlhirt perhaps were
a little out of the natural course of
things. Public property is not erect
ed for mutilation and It is to be sii
'posed thai'' If the state wants its public
(buildings painted it is not so far bank
rupt that it is not able to pay for what
it wants. Suppose tlunt the students
Confine themselves and their good
times to the decoration to nidrwalks
and 'telegraph poles ami tlhen the offi
cers of the law will have no reason to
throw themselves gallantly into the
middle of the fray in their vain at
tempt to save property, ht. is lament
a'ble, and ev'n humiliating to a se
nior to have his ability as an artist
questioned upon any occasion. It Is
far more so to have it doubted uftvr
he has worked manfully for nine long
weary months to hove the opportunity
of displaying hnV satisfaction. Agaim
think how his blood must have b.iiled
when he found that it was necessary
for him rto have to walk all the way
down to the station with a full-grown
polieennnn swinging on each arm. It
inunt have reminded him of the time
back lionie when his brother was sick
and he went to a picnic and had to
take his brother's sweetheart as avcII
as his own. The strain must haw
been terrible, it reminds .some of the
older residents of the times When the
big strike was in progress 'on1 the. 11.
and M. railroad and the police force
was afraid to go on one at a Unit, so
they doubled up or stayed at home.
Course 2S Weeks.
Otters great inducements to stu
dents of medicine in the west.
Methods of instruction most satis
Clinics in both surgery and medi
cine held in the following hospitals in
this city: County, Methodist, Child's,
Immanuel and Presbyterian hospitals
Catalogue sent and ducstions an
swered by K. W. CM ASK, Omaha,!
Ncbr., Continental block.
The University of Nebraska
School of Music
S BETTER fitted than ever before to give artistic intructiort
. JL in Voice Training, Piano Forte Playing, and all other princi.
pal branches of Music. Students will receive full information by applying
at the School located directly south of the Campus, and can enter at any time
Mennbers of the athletic boa id aiwl
many of the student nre of the opin
ion that it is the duty of the board
to give the players on the bne ball
team eaeli a university can. I ney i
Our Iowa fplttids have been trying
pretty hard to make a victory for
themselves out. of the dual meet a
week ago. They claim that inhelr abil
ity to win points and events in greater
tihein Nebraska's because one man won
half the events for Nebraska, w'hilc
thev hail a different man for each
' even't. We should like to ask what'
i that proves. It is so set range that a
! man who win win the 100-yard diis.li
i easily should ulo be able to win the
, li'.'O mid 440 ynrtl runs n well. P.e
slih1;. we had at leawt one man there
besides 'tQie man who diid win, wlio
1 could have won both the ton and the
220. The "Quill" seems to think that
.,,;:, .: V ' ' .,((). i be "ijtiiir seems to tiunu tbat
sire tin the matter be made n. Pvcv- . A d 1(l(1 , ntmi(l(, ,,,
dent in the institution and that '");? in the 440-ynnl run. We beg to dif-
tcam that ronrcsenfte the university
in the future receive a si'inilar toki-u
of the esteem in w'hicfli tiliey are luM.
No ilotibt caii' be felit by anyone hut
that the iuVo is fimsa'blc ami sli.mld
be out into execution. Not flint the
1 fer and to assert than had not the
hnmmer throw been waiting on Drew
j Drown would have had to w.vrk 1o
Come in M'coml. V' tliiuk tlhat when
I Iowa considers that this Is our tlrt
year of uiier-state track otililcties:
; . :. f ....... ,....i..i ........ .'" "' --'"i
'""V, , r-V V , .' tlint we had eight men to her tn on
Iiih it is the spirit of the neto.v re, - , ,, ,, grounds; "'d that we. no.
resented by he nunc .ha. is e . m- , , , -, ,,.,., , ,,,,
successful trip that thev have ,'wr '' """ ? ' "' MI' .v. they w-,11
had. but 'tiliey have extended the rep- K" fi"(1 ' l,,i,,, s" Ntisfct,ry a vie
nt.uion of the .m.l wherrr. r thev 1o? f"r 'oa as they seem o make
liav eone aul U f t a most favorable j "1, " .P"- " "'Wer of a
iniDression grt deal of regret to the students
1 ' and faculty of Nebraska timt tthis feel
ing should exist on itdie part of Iowa
Among the boys of the gymnasium, and all unite in the ineercst of hopes
one person stands above tlrt rest with j Hint, the Quill is not expressing the
mire prominence tuiai. any oiu e5e. true sentiment that prevails tn our
No person in the university deserves . sister institution. It is not to 'be
more ami receives less for what he eypeeted thnt even if she has had men
does. In all sean of the year, he ' In the xit that haw made her fa
is always there wth a cheery "hello" t 111011 through the college world for
to the boys, thait sends a bound of her track athletics that she can win
joy from the heart of each one of from all coiners. If tliil i true whv
them, whe her h- lv n freshman of did she not lake t!ho miw from UiV
a few moni'is stondinar r n 'dior Iniversity of Miivucfcntn n whw-t time
with sufficient, dignity to carry him npo? The reputa.tion of Criini can not
through all manner of pla es. It is be expected to last umHl time iimueiii-
the .lesire of the editors of the. Xe- or mil to net as the inirs won I to v!.'.
brnMnii to thank Khls friend .if our
athlete pmbHcly ami in s: doiiiig. we
inc satisfied that we express t'he sen
tinienits of en-ry man i liar ha, ever
spent a day in the armory to do -ii'lh-leiic
traiiiiutr. It sen -civ seciiw
uece-isory to tell .mr reudei-s ithnt thi
frieiid i none other than the well-
known and tini"-hoiiored Jack l!et.
I lie rich silk gown, wlvet cap mid
pin ph. trimmed hood which was pre-
d . Piisidcnt MeKinlcy and
""in ty, him in receiving Jus degree
t lector of Laws at the I'niversity
ui v meiijui, uns iiiniie iiv the Intereol
Every one is proud of him ami he de-' legia:e bureau maintained bv lutrell
serves ihe praise of the entire seliool. e l.eoiuird. K-Presldent Cleveland's
Dimn tor i)otor of Ijwk came liom
The regular lltit of the Nebras- If tli ;'' "' n,,,!J """;. ml the
Km lake off thelLJutUMo the women i . f. ' , ' " Z, 11 ' l,n"i'lv,,,n
of the uuiversityhey c n.fess Uiem- V J'1 S;,",0,0101" f, L,nvs
sehes 011M111 in their own field. They , ' ,'' '' 'L" ,l v '' iw l"' '",""
could not have produced such a magi?-' '-t' OIy"li IW .1 ' r nl'?' -1 J,a,"!,n"
in. as, m- WQmun's NQ.ralin If n .... S1") e, " J r "f 'l'1",' '1001
they hndAVied and rt.e'y will never I !( ."i, f" ' 0 Mndaron) took
dare to try. From the ilcsftn upon y, . . ' l'l IK!" (1 ,w,th h,, W,,H '
the cover to the very -last joke, even- . Mp" ' on,,nl s ,1('si"-
thing, was "tUwir own." To mention
nay particular part as deserving par
itiicnlar praise would' seem to detract
Ilnvp the "r.vnns" do your wnshing.
Have the "Evans" do your wnshing.
WOMAN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL
333-339 S. Lincoln Street, CHICAGO
Opposite Cook County Hospital.
Pour Years dratted Course.
llcftliinlnit with July 1. hW, the couno lor tlio
ycur will Imj dlvlilctl Into four terms of twelve
weeks each. AUcmlmu'o from students In thu
reinimr coiirhu is required ilurlnit three terms
In each of the four years. Tlio fourtli teiui Is
Tlio fees are J100.00 for euoli vear, puynlilu In
Tl'o number of regular students is limited to
ono-lnindred. twenty-live lu each class. Place
la class Is obtained by competitive examina
tion after having compiled with tlio require
tnunts of the State Hoard ot Health of Illinois-
Kxccntlonnl laboratory advantages ore offered
tn teachers, and superior clinical facilities arc
offered to sailor medical students and gradu
ates In uicdlclnn during the summer term.
For further Information, nddrcss
DR. JOHN RIDLON.
103 STATE ST., CHICAGO.
Creighton Medical College.
Cor. 14th and Davenport Sis., Omaha, Neb.
Next session begins September 24 1899.
A lour years course was adopted by this
school six years ago, It being one of the
first schools in the west to adopt a higher
standard of medical education.
The course consists of four terms, seven
months each. The college building is new
and up to date, having been completed only
twoyearsago. The building itself is large
and commodious, having large roomy lab
oratories for work in Physiology, His
trologv, Pathology and Bacteriology all
furnished vth the most modern equip
ment. The Anatomical rooms arc huge
and arc supplied with all of the newest
conveniences, among other things being a
cold storage room tor the preservation of
anatomical material, thus insurving fresh
subjects for dissecting and anatomical
work at all times of the year. The lec
ture rooms are spacious, well lighted and
ventilated, and are eated with comfort
able opera chairs.
This school has the exclusive use of the
St. Joe Hospital for clinical purposes, the
St. Joe hospital being the only large hos
pital in the city. The county hospital al
so furnishes clinics for the benefit of stu
dents of this school, For further informa
D. C. BRYANT, Al D.,
McCague lild'g, Omaha Neb.
TUITION W THE LOWEST
CONSUTENT WITH SOUND INSTRUCTION
Third Term Boglns Mondny, April 10.
WILLARD KIMBALL, Director.
TEACHERS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN!
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Under the Management of
President JOHN A. McCALL.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, BOSTON, MASS.
116lh Annual Announcement (1898-99).
In and after June, 11)01, candidates
for admission must present a degree in
Arts. Literature, Philosophy, Sulonco or
Medicine, from a rceoginied college or
scientific school, with the exception of
such portions, of siiitahle ago and attain
ment, as may he admitted by special
vote of tho Faculty taken in each case
For detailed information concerning
courses of instruction, or vntaloguo,
On. W.m. L. HIC1IAUDS0X. Dean.
Hnrvanl Medical School, lloston. Miitih.
Insurance in Force
No. of Policies In Force
Dividends of Year
Dec. 31. 1808.
THE LARGEST RATIO OF INCREASE IS IN DIVIDENDS.
HKKE is not a better way for young men to
, provide an income for their iioii-producinir
years, safe from the dangers of ordinary business
speculation, than a 20-vcar accumulation policy
in tlio New York Lile, a policy that can bo used as
security by young men making their way through
college, that provides ample protection and at
tin Millie time yields splendid returns as an in
vestment. The younger tho age, the less tho eost.
hence the necessity of prompt action.
HORACE G. WHITM0RE, '95,
Kent College of Law
Marshall t). Bwell, I.L.U., Al. I)., Dean.
Three years coiiim' leading to degree:
tn nu. i. improved meinocis uniting
theory and practice The School of
practice Is the leading feature. Eve
ning sessions of ten hours a week for
each class. Students can be self sup
porting while studying. We assist
students in securing suitable employ
ment. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B Secretary,
018-010 Ashland Hloek, Chicago, III.
THE . CENTURY
IS THE BEST
G. E. HAGER, Agent
Turpin's School of Dancng.
Children's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladies' and gentlemen'sclass, Mondays 8p.m. Assemblies or
Advanced Class, Wednesday Evenings.
Tlio Academy olTors advantage for cotillion clubs, prlvato parties, etc.
Is newly furnished and decorated. Will bo rented at reasonable rates.
For further information address,
New Classes (or Children and A I RrDT TMPDIN 1132 N Strret.
Adults nuwlurmldg. MlDtr I I UIrlll, Lincoln, Neb.
IT IS THE "STYLE"
And "QUALITY" about the
photographs made at the
Law Library That make them famous. All on ground floor. 226 So. 11th St
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