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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1899)
Hoopbnll Is becoming more inter
esting ns practice in the gymnnsium
goes on. Tho game will be played un
til the basket ball season beginp,
which will be about Thanksgiving.
Two hoopbnll tennis have been chosen.
One tenm -Is composed of Warren.
Boullnnl, Andreson, Mouck, Allen,
Rhodes and Kellogg; the other team
of Stobbins, Moore, Hunt, Waterman.
Root, Rochem, Wright, McComb and
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and do not believe that you will either.
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carry a full line of Waterman's "Ideal"
fountain pens, tho "Remex" and all
other reliable makes. Book Dept.,
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V. G. Cornell, protographor, wont to
Omaha on Monday to confer with J.he
authorities of the Union Pacific rail
road, who are negotiating for the use
of pictures taken by him while acting
as photographer on the big geologu-al
oxpeditlon In Wyoming last summer.
They are to be used in publication.-' ad
ertising the scenery along ihc road.
Tho third year girls' gymnasim-i
class Is making great progress in
Instead of a literary program the
Palladlans had a debate last Friday
evening. The question was a live one,
that of the action of government to
wards the Philippines. Mr. Roper
spoke very eloquently against imper
ialism, while Mr. Waterman represent
ed the other side in a very able man
lier. The whole question was reviewed
and persented in a clear and concise
mnnner. Miss Goldsmith kindly fav
ored the audience with a well-rendered
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Limited Train No. 1, between Chicago,
Council Bluffs and San Francisco, 3
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Elegant palace sleeping cars, dining
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'Payment expected for operation ichen completed.
receipts of which to go for tho benofit
of the team, conditioned that no mem
ber of either tho first team or "scrubs"
bo allowed to play. Yours truly,
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1 032 O Street.
A WOMAN'S FORESIGHT.
It was Mrs Ella "NV. Peattle, the well
known journal'st, magazine writer and
author, who first called the attention
of the public to the verses of Willlem
Reed Dunroy, the young writer who Is
now so well Known In this state. It
was she who had tho first words of
appreciation for his work. Writing of
him, she said: "He has a gentle and
winning personality, with a gaiety or
manner which may be attributed rather
more to responsiveness of temperament
than to any robust native contentment.
His nnnnlnritv nrnonir the ladies Is
what might be expected for a poet with
a pathetic limp and a pale, but beauti
ful face." At another time In com
menting upon some bright little verses
of his, she said: "Dunroy Is clever.
And he's not so melancholy as ho used
to be. That Is probably because he Is
not so young. Melancholy is an Inci
dent of talented youth."
Mr. Editor: I was glad to notice in
your last issue a suggestion for a chess
tournment "While one was talked of '
two or three years ago possibly at '
other times, too yet nothing definite in
the arrangement of details has ever I
been attempted. Now, there are 1
enough chanks on the subject of chess ,
in the university witness Sir Peter
Wohlenberg's parlors to have any
kind of an old tourney, any old time,
and any old place. Push it along, i
since such meetings are an evidence of
the cosmopolitan nature of our school;
since, in this way, we can realize the
true meaning of the word university.
However, I'm not personally Interest
ed in cheso, know nothing of the strug
gles of knights, pawns, bishops,
priests and deacons, save as they ap- ,
pear as gems and jewels in literary
compositions. But I should be greatly
pleased to be one to arrange for a
duplicate whist tournament, to occur,
say, some time in April or May. The
details would not be hard of arrange
ment. If sixteen would enter, $2.00 or
$2.50 each would readily pay for theuse
of tables and a room and for the pur
chase of the whist outfit. After the
fray was over the whist outfit might
go to the winners as a trophy. Foot
ball, baseball, debates, oratorical con
tests, Indoor athletic contests! Why
not chess and whist?
A day or two ago I thought I would
attempt to show you, Mr. Editor, why
chess should bo superceded by whist
In your editorial. Of course, whist Is
the better game, but I'm afraid to
say so, lest Doc. Edwards and othors
jump onto me like a thousand of brick.
Anyhow, I don't see the use; there's
room enough for us nil.
N. C. ABBOTT,
You are invited
to use our compressed air
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No work for you No
No charge from us.
C. L. SHADER,
j)2th Bicycle Repairing
Oliver Johnson, D. D. S.
Oirr llurlct'K Drue Slorr.
' LiriGoln, Neb.
The high standard and progressive" meth
ods which have given this School its envi
able reputation for over thirty years are
For circulars of detailed information ad
dress the Secretary,
DR N S DAVIS
2431 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
Understanding that tho
finances of tho team that represents
the university are in bad condition,
wo will challenge any other fraternity
to play a game of football, the gate
Students dos!ring private instruction
In music will find it to their advantage
to call on G. C. Monzendorf, former in
structor of music In the University of
Nebraska. The following branches are
taught: Piano, violin, 'cello, mandolin
and other stringed Instruments; also
harmony and theory. Price of tuition
modorato. Students studying music
with Mr. Monzendorf are not barred
from taking such studies in tho univer
sity as they are properly prepared and
qualified for. For further particulars
call at studio, Brace bldg., room 405,
cor, Fifteenth and O streets.
The Newly to Write Instrument of Today Ik
An Indispensable convenience lor
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