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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1900)
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published .11 2.5 North Eluveuth Street.
Issued Kvory Tuemlny Noon by tlio Univer
sity I'ubllslitnp Company.
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter,
hundreds of other pianos, ho yet drew
from that piano is all the mystery of
genius, more occult than tho theatrical
feats of the mahatmas and more Indisputable."
M. I. Stmwakt,
H. M. Gakkijit,
ltoiiMl tit' Kill tors.
Managing Krtltor A. II. JIaxwki.l
Ciiytidltor V. A. Cusoadks
ASSISTANT C1TV KMTOHP.
Orma L. Hull. K. H. Wessel.
Mando Hazlett U. D. Andrescm
II H. Robortts J. S. Kills
I P. Hewitt K. W. Hewitt
11. A. Huston W- H- King
Frank Manchester O. Jny
The Nebraskan-Hesperian will be
sent to any address upon receipt of the
subscription price, which is one dollar
Contributions are solicited from all.
News items such as locals, personals, 1 dustrious workmen
reports of meetings, etc, are especially , lmt jt is assertei by students interested
SS'S-tfJtowSflS'SSSSSlU-t lb. foremost or tb. orators
relative to a general university subject, belong to tho lazy and dissolute por
but the name must accompany all such. tion. Some of them have been sup-
The woman's educational association
of Boston is desirous of encouraging
the pursuit of advanced courses of
study among women graduates of col
leges, and since 1892 a committee of
a r. .invo n,m n nnw item lii one the association has raised money each
.. . n vnnr fr,r ffirnlcri fellowships. The
- tin nt r n unwo niinniiTwoii 1 iiii 111 i'jiii r ----j--
Izatlon of workingmen under the eap-
ition of a cooks' and wallers' union. An
investigation into the cause for the ar
ticle shows thnt this movement in thu
direction of organized labor is an un
usual one, since it is said thnt the
avowed object is to prevent the employ
ment of students, nml especially those
of the state university. Now, the or
ganization of labor for the protection
of the laborers against combinations of
capital or for the advancement of those
engaged is one consideration, but the
organization of a body of men for the
avowed purpose of driving a class of
laborers from the market is another
thing entirely. Apart from the prin
ciple involved, this particular "union"
does not represent the steady and in-
of these trades.
The high standard and progressive meth
ods which have given this School its envi-
twenty fellowships already given attest 1 able reputation for over thirty years are
the success of the experiment, l'or
1900-1901 the committee will give one
fellowship of $500. Applications for
this fellowship will be received by Mrs.
N. P. Hollowell, chairman of the com-,
mittee. The testimonials of all appli
cants will be submitted for examina-)
tion to a committee composed of the .
committee of the association of col
legiate alumnaj having a similar duty
and two members appointed by the
woman's educational association. The
candidates must be graduates of the
colleges recognized by the association
of collegiate alumna?. It will be re
membered that the University of Ne
braska was honored by being admitted
to this association last October. All
carefully maintain? d.
For circulars of detailed information ad
dress the Secretary,
DR. n. s. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St.,Chicago,IH.
applications for the year
must be received by March 1.
Address all communications to the
Nkhraskan-Hespuiuax P.O. box 2U)
planted by students, who have been
found as competent and more trust
worthy. The intention is to force the
proprietors of down-town eating houses
to discharge all student employes and
hire union men only. There are now
several hundred students boarding in
these places, and perhaps a hundred
Comment on the junior prom is need
less. It came as the crowning event to
the exercises of the two days previous stments altogether, who make a living
and was enjoyed by a representative by waiting ipon the Wes. A concert
portion of the student body. Nothing ed action of these students who pay
marred the pleasure and every one felt mjmy doars lnto the tils of the dty
a regret when all was over. In the fu- j j.estaurant keepers, would counteract
ture we trust that we may have ajthe effects of this movement- A de.
junior week, as is the custom in the - . ihai t- . ., .lpll a
east. In this period of time every fra
ternity and society entertains, musical
clubs combine for their annual con
cert, the sophomore cotillion is held
and the climax is reached toward the
end of the week with the junior hall.
Here we could incorporate charter day
large patronage from the students
should return a portion of their profits
to them is no more than just.
In case of dcubt consult the Ne-
events. and though it would constitute braskan-Hesperiau, but don't fall
a program somewhat different in na- through the glass in the book store
lure, still it would tend to build up a door in appaling efforts to do so.
feeling for the alma mater that would
draw grads back to the old halls at
least once a year.
I Our readers will kindly note that on
! account of the snow we refrain from
'making editorial comment upon the
new oratorical league this week.
"Were it possible for the present sen
TO PLAY OMAHA. ,
The university basket ball team will
go to Omaha next Thursday, where a .
game will be played with the Omaha 1
Y. M. C. A. team on the evening of
HT1.!. ' l.lil..l.. Tl. 1 111 l.
niisiiiiiiuu a uiiiuuu. 1111a will ucin
the second game of the series and will ?
oe a goou exmuition 01 swut, snappy
basket ball, as both teams are getting
in the best of condition. The Omaha
team went home after their game here
a week ago with the intention of get
ting even in the return game, and
since that time has put in double the
hours in practice. The university team
will be handicapped in this game on
account of the smaller floor and dif
ferent style of baskets. This will make
the teams very evenly matched and the
game will he a swift one from start to
finish. The Omaha aggregation brought
along a number of enthusiastic rooters,
who supported them in a loyal man
ner. The university team should have
along at least a dozen strong-lunged
rooters on the lines to join in with the
old university men of Omaha and cheer
our team on to vlctorj
1900 For Paris
Are You Going?
Arrangements should be made
early I have literature descriptive
of short and long tours in England,
France. Germany, and in fact all of
Europe Call and let me supply
you with literature before deciding
on your trip.
EXPENSES AT YALE.
The Yale Alumni 'Weakly in a recent
Ttepresentatives from all Nebraska
crowded the auditorium to hear Ignace I iors to remember the appearance of ihe ' mimher rlvos a summary of the ex-
Paaerewski, and not one there re- graduating class of '99 Jn caps and 1 1enBes of a student at Yale. This has
gretted having gone. It was a treat ' gowns, they might cautiously take a
such as Lincoln has not had for years, ihinL
and may not have for an equal length
of time in the future. "We print "below
If 3 011 an' going (0 the
Don't complete arrangements until you
have secund information regarding the
personally conducted excursions via
The young swain who mused mus
ings at a fair damsel not of his ac
quaintance some time since has ap-
liaruntlv- Inct hlc nunlvatlnn fr... i,
"la,, I.. ........ .1.. .I..A ' " " J'UWWUD "i iuv
V r. . """. stage and retired for reflection.
an opinion recently
mouesi as feiiaicespeare and with as
sane and wholesome a style. He has
the simplicity rather than the eccen
tricity of genius. To be sure he -wears
been compiled from replies received
from over 00 per cent of the graduates
during the last ten years. The annual
charge for tuition at Yale is $15; the
ccst of rooms in the university build
ings is about $200 per year; board
, ranges from $8.50 to $S pw week, or
about $200 ner vtiai". Mm tmat nf iwwb-c
Oould the shade of P. T. Barnuin but and stationery jivwjiei from $85 to
see the antics of a sophomore class $40; and clothing, traveling and Jnel
meeting the body of that bonorod sire ' dental exneneeB amount r. i,.h conn
,. .... ,..., .. .. - -"-. -vy
his hair longer than men who do not , ",u UUU"UULU'' "" wrong awe up more, making tho coat of a year at
liluy thejiiano are accustomed 1o wear i 3tS grave lu ,ranUc jfl'OJ"t to once Yale from $850 to $1,000.
it, but he forgets It himself, and the 1 raore Btart ln the tmow l"MlneBH. 1 j the two classes of W and fl8. out
yellowest audience does uot romemher j F'"oni indications it may be aesumed ( of aliout four hundred men who report
it aftcu- he begins to play. It Is diffl-1 tnat the librarian will noon seek to m.x ' ad. 08 pea- cent had spent letss than
oiui xo uiHcover trom nis playing the "'' WiLU uhbu again ana put another iMiw annimljy. A comparison of the
stop to the exclamations of happiness nsurea f the last ten years shows that
and ripple of laughtor that may be the oot of a year at Yale ha deeieased
heard continually in divers pans of the ot 10 pw COnt during the decade
reading and stoeit rooms. ,
j 1 inignt De a good oh lug Jor Pador
These excursions 3e;ive Omaha every
Friday, in elegantly upholstered Ordinary
Sleeping Can., illuminated by PIntsch
Light, healed by Steam
Prompt and natitfaclory ten-ice. Many
hours quicker time lhan any other line.
tST Vur iije ta-bi.s folder. JllMHlraled
rJU,'5,ll,,rt" d"h",,J'Uef le iwrfioiy
tMer.oa. calloti '
E. 11. SLOSSOX, Afe-enU
composer or the composition he vi'a
fors. ffle jiluyb each number as the
compoHor himself might pluy it: wdth
icomjilete understanding of the ifeoliug
and the iuHpiration under Whlcih it was
nu ani muciMui ffliin..... ...
written. So catholic a sympathy, Bo'e-walci if he would play hie Stain wav .,, -buit.
universal an appreolatiou of boautj', at a few foot bail aameu or das meet-1 Bolton was ele-ted in-
can belong only to u uoHinopolltan of,injfs. Ho would loam nhat thwre aje 0tor in "MoBopliy to fill the va-
tho ti-pe of ShakuHpuare. Somothimr In ! luiimn wJiluli .,.!. ,, . .. ...... I muc C1UI U' the 4oatli of Ur Solo-
his jiale. absenwnlnded, unself-tion-' tiiau a policeman's Smt or the grating ' S,nB" Df' BoItou lH M sm&wiU! of the
BoiouB face recalls thoBe tyies AVihom
the old masters 'painted or modeled and
called a mmu,' a ititle which bailies the
story lovers and fanulnatoB the -painters
and modelers of all times and of all na
tions. UUie golden tone, -which with tun
lingers jointed .and muatlled Jilce other
men's lingers, from a grand iiiano mice
of an auditorium seat.
And now Mr. Eddy will he along to
mix the sonorous noteB of ;thp new pipe
organ with Ulie eflhoiug tones of Mr.
Padurewslcrs jiiauo and Mma. ficalUhfB
elilrpB, hut uii-fifj he ian Ueaiui tto spefll
ills name IByddei Ahere Beams to he Jit
tie hope Uiat Ihe can hold his own
University l0f Michigan aud haB the de
gree of doctor -of philosophy ixom
man; university. He was for a time
liroicBHor of philosophy in (the Unlver
i&ly vf 'Wartiington. and has just re
(turned dj-om a nouple of yearn Btndy in
CJoiunany. Whtm tletilad he had just
htjguii some sjieolal instigations in
tho laboratory of mark unlvpj-slty.
CJiy. FaJlb City. Si Louib and all points
South. Ea.t and Wt
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