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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1899)
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W. 1).. Reed, '05, Is visiting In Ill
inois. Messrsi Franoy, Peterson inul Gib
bons wore initiated by Delta Upsllon
Frank P. Manchester was in Omaha
last Tuesday for the last day of tho
Phi Kappa Psl initiated A. Elmoi
Slate and Percy L. Parkhurst last
Fred A. Cuscaden looked after foot
ball interests in Omaha last week
prior to the game on Saturday.
Claude Reed returned last Monda.
from a tour over the state with the
First Nebraska minstrel troupe.
M. H. Moore, Fred Lamar and Burton
Chistie. fromer students of the uni
versity, are playing on the football
eleven of the Omaha Medical college.
Judge and Mrs. James H. Macombei
of Omaha were in Lincoln last week,
visiting their daughters at the Doltn
Gamma house on South Sixteenth
E. U. Banghart, 'AS, instructor in
science In the Crete schools, is in
Lincoln this week. The prevalence of
diptheria in Crete has caused the
schools to be closed.
Miss Bertha Conde, national secre
tary of the Y. W. C. A., left Lincoln
last Monday, having been in the city
during the state convention. She won
many friends among the university
girls during her brief visit.
A letter from Miss Edna Hyatt, now
of New York City, states that, in ad
dition to her regular art work, she
will make scientific drawings for the
American museum of Natural His
tory. W. J. N. Robertson has received a
letter from Charles Corey, saying he
was married recently. Mr. Corey was
a mechanical art student at the uni
versity in 1S97-S, but at the outbreak
of the Spanish-American war enlisted
in company F., First Nebraska. He is
now working in San Francisco, California.
Gregory the Coal Man.
New books. University Book Store,
The latest books In at The. Co-op, JJ22
iry Wftsterfield's egg shampoo, for
Full line of writing tablets at Univer
sity Book Store.
For up-todato styles in shirts see
Harper, 1012 0.
"Mathematical and Physical Tables"
by "Wrapson and Geo.
Fine "Pennant" writing paper at
The Co-op, 322 N, 11th.
Nebraskan subscriptions taken at
the University Book Store.
"Pennant" uni. writing papei in
boxes at The Co-op, 322 N. llth.
For up-to-date university hair cut
go to Westerfield, the barber, 117 N.
Waterman, Romex and Lakeside
fountain pens, all styles, at University
Large supply of U. of N. writing tab
lets, with envelopes to match. Univer
sity Book Storo.
Wrapion and Gee, Mathematical
and Physical Tables. On sale at Uni
versity Book Store.
All the principal buildings on the
campus are now connected by a local
system of telephones.
The bulletin of the graduate school
for the coming year will be published
about the first of January.
From now until Charter day prelim
inary contests will be hold on Satur
day aaornoons at -1 o'clock.
Large stock of U. of N. writing
paper now in at-The Co-op, 322 N.
llth. Envelopes to match.
M. B. Ketchum, M. D., oculist and
aurlst. Spec.'atty, correction of abnor
mal vision. 22G South llth St. 'Phono
Mrs. F. M. Hall will address tho Y.
W. C. A. girls next Sunday afternoon
nt 1 o'clock in the chapel. All are 1
On account of the lack of room in
the art studio, tho casts wore moved
Into tho art gallery, which will also be
used as a studio.
Professor E. II. Barbour was in
Saline county October 27 and 2S, for
the purpose of examining the limestone
beds of that locality.
Dr. Wolcott. adjunct piVessor of
zoology, addressed the Agaf iz club of
tho high school last Wednesday after
noon on "Bird's Nests."
Professor Barbour's class in geology
visited the quarries at Cedar Creek
Saturday, stopping on the way to see
the state fisheries at South Bend.
Students who are interested in ag
riculture, may, if they desire, get the
1S9S report of the state board of ag
riculture by seeing J. A. Barrett.
Read Eugene Field's poem "A Large
Cold Battle and a Small Hot Bird,"'
and then go to Newport Cafe, 126 S.
12th. Our lnc meals are surprising.
A chess club is being organized in
tho university. Already fifteen have
entered. The time and place for hold
ing these gams will be decided later.
The only thoroughly good place in
the- city where a student can get any
kind of board that he wants is at Cam
eron's cafe. 1M-11S South llth street.
Every student in scientific courses
needs "Wrapson and Gee Mathemati
cal Tables," a library of scientific form
ula;. For sale at University Bdok
Miss Sophie Lyon, traveling secre
tary of the student volunteer move
ment, will be in Lincoln about Novem
ber 10. She will give an address in the
The Y. M. C. A. will have their an
nual committeeman's dinner December
1-1. Prominent workers, both state and
international, will be present from all
over the west.
The musical arranged by the Union ',
society for Friday evening was post- ,
poned one week, in order to give the
members an opportunity to hear Wil
Ham Dean Howells.
There is every indication that the
girls' first basket ball team will be ex
ceptionally strong this year. The cap
; tains of the first and second teams will
be elected in about three weeks
Arrangements are being made for
the annual meeting of the state acad
emy of science, which will hold ses
sions at the university in December.
A two-days' program is being pre
pared. History covers, full size, leather
back, 15c each at Herpolshoimer's
Book Dopt, A full line of students'
notebooks, history paper, theme paper,
Fabor pencils, lead pencils, otc., at
Dr. Hlndman of the Frist Presby
terian church read the scrlpturo leg
son in chapel lest Tuesday morning. ,
Doan Sherman then gave a short ad
dress on the eminent novelist, William
Dean Howells. '
Professor Burnett of the department
of animal husbandry of the experi
ment station, has returned from the
, national sale of Hcrefords at Kansas
The "Oxford Gray.'
Onoof Our Ureal Overcoat Specialties.
Onll and see llipin this week:::::::::::::::
It is the most perfect, the most tasty and the
most comfortable outer garment ever designed,
and its bound to be the thing this winter. We
have hundreds of them. They are cut in the
nobby box, half box or full length, and we have
reached such perfection in fit, especially around
the shoulders and collar where the ready-to-wear
clothing of other dealers generally sags, that there
is no earthly reason in going elsewhere or paying
a custom tailor's exhorbitant prices for an overcoat.
Our Prices for the Oxford Grays
rnnatc from $10.00 to $'22.50
Armstrong Clothing Co.
City, where he succeeded in purchas
ing several fine animals.
All coal will ro higher very soon if
!irffiit niwlit irtnc i.nntimui It it-ill
pay every one to arrange for their win- distribution
tor's coal at once by scctnjr t'harles H.
(Iregory at 10 H O street
Tho university art students Mill
hereafter receive instruction on Fri
day afternoon instead of on Saturday
morning. This change has been made
and all information in regard to or
ganizations, their time and place of
meeting, will be contained in this
book. The directory will be for fror
There are sixteen men already in
training for track work in the spring
They appreciate the benefits from a
steady course of training and compe
tition, for places on the team will 1m
keen. The makinr of tho tr.nr.ij- innni
to accommodate those who have Sat-1 means as much to the candidates as it
urdav for their :iH u-ork- ' does tn fnnrlinll mnn i.c ,.,n- c..
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Tho following new books were re-1 cra1 Sod trips are assured, with pros
ceivod in the library last week: "That ' ')ecs fr more.
Fortune," a novel by C. D. Warner; i The Zoological, department of the
"White Man's Africa," by Paullsney university is well represented in tho
Bigelow, a detailed, up-to-date history current number of the "Journal of Ap
or affairs in South Africa. i plied Microscopy." Dr. H. B. Ward.
Prof. Brunner and Dr. Wolcott as secretary, reported the annual meet
spent last Saturday at Ravenna, in the
western part of the state, collecting
specimens. Dr. Wolcott devoted his
attention to birds, while Prof. Prun
ner explored some of the lake in that
vicinity for aquatic insects.
Ten dollars will be offered iy H. L.
ing of the American miscroscoplcal so
ciety. Frank E. Avatson presents an
interesting article on the summer'?
work in the United States fish commls
sion laboratory at Avoad's hall.
The chapel was completely filled foi
the musical exercises Friday. Miss
Swisher, president of Acme press, "ai8V McCIure gave a piano solo and
Mrgantown, W. V., for the best cover Farl We,,n a eornet solo. William
design of book entitled "Fnder the I)ean HoweHs was present and the stu-
wouonwoocis" A story of the home-1 "u"lH Ke r a speech from him
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stead era In Nebraska. For particulars
see Miss Sarah Haydon, art director.
A new instructor; Melville, Price, has
lately been appointed in tho depart
ment of mochar.lcal drawing and ma
chino design. He comes to us from the
tale university of Colorado, where lie
hold a position as Instructor in prime
movers and the photometry of olectrl
Mr. Howells said that the best he could
do was to stand up and that while the
students might forget him, he would
always remember every one of them.
The preliminary games between the
gymnasium teams will be omitted
this year and in their place will he
substituted games between the four
college classes. This method is taken
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lighting sources and as assistant In I u,8tr""o le best players on the
olwil 1 t Vfl ff finer nnt.n ..1.f 11 .-
The Y. M. C. A. is planning a city
directory. It will give tho city ad
dresses of all students, also tho depart
ments in which they work. The ad
dresses of the mombers of the faculty
' VarlmiR fnnniQ ranlrlnfr H.Am mnra
nearly equal and giving sharper prac
tice for candidates for the university
team. From the candidates the picked
toam of five men and two substitutes
will be chosen on individual work and
merit. - T
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