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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1900)
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
Published al2S North Eleventh Stret-t.
lauet KTory Tuomlay Noon bj- the Univer
sity rublloliliiK Coiiipnuy.
And then the sopho-
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter.
Itouitt or Editor.
Managing Bultor A. H. Maxwell.
CliyHdittir F. a.Cosoadks
ASSISTANT CITV KU1TOK9.
Oruui L Hull. K. H. Wewel.
Maude Harlott IC D. Andreson
II. u. Koool1 J- S. EHU
"p.iltfWlil K.W. Hewitt
K A Hn.-loil W. H. King
Frank JJuchtter U. Jay
flcntion of the entire educational sys
tem. However, the process must of ne
cessity be slow in development as it
is necessary to adopt tho conditions of
the state to the general plan of the
The Kansas-Nebraska basket ball
game Friday evening will ba of un-
l usual interest, since it is the flret in
terstate contest of the kind in this sec
tin,, nnfh universities have good
teams and a battle royal is expected., ye who are Craftites," for in the next
Kansas has played basket ball for a breath will he be breathless and a con-
number of years and hai been coached ' signee to the ice box.
by Naismith. the originator of the. i0INTS ON ACETYLENE,
came who Is physical director there.
The Nebnt.lt. team is unusuauy strong ' White presented a paper Satur
this rear and plays a swift, scientific," "P cliemical transformation
u .,.,. ., (Mnin of acetylene useu as commercial prou-
game. The men have been In training. J
llll-a inriuiu vuu ..i.j . .) ....
At sight unseen
Lyiag like a lawyer, with a game of
To win fair fame at whatever cost.
If thou hast prayers, pray for us
now. For hereafter man who is smail
potatoes and born of woman and few in
a hill must goeth out in front of the
main building and shout, "Ho, all ye
who are Pottltes," and "Ho, hie, ho, all
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.,Cliicago,Iil.
tion held in this city last week. In con
nection with this he has been conduct
or several weeks for this meet and are
determined to retaliate for last fall's
rni i. iit tTfiTnn rcrprv student in the
. .... .. ... inc some interesting experiments and
university snoum uo wnai lie -u , .
... i r . r ,. m nninimniQt has recently succeeded in demonstrat
insure the defeat of our old antagonist.
hoped soon to demonstrate in a similar
manner the conversion of acetylene
into such commercial products as ben-i
zol and phenol, and it is hoped to re-i
The Nebraskan-Hesperian will be
.. ,. nrtTT nilitnvce 11 linn rPCfilnt of the
subscription price, which Is one dollar I and entnUslastlc audIence winint' the readiness by which it can
a year- , -.,. infl.,nnM in .ieirmininfricnverte1 into ethyl alcohol. It
Contributions are solicited from all. i f .
News Items such as locals, personals. tne resuU OI lne me'
reports of meetings, etc, arc especially I
desired. The Nebraskan-Hesperian j THF 1DLER.
win hr- clad to Drint any corributson
relpUve to a general universit oubject, Years ago, before the present seniors I peat the experiment recently described
hut the name must accompany all such. were even preps, a wise, yet worldly.
Address all communications to the, sage spake the following: "Man that
Nbbi:askax-Hesiekiax. P.O. box -i , is born of woman is small potatoes and
Lincoln. Nebraska. few in a hU He risetn up l0day and
. flourishPth like tne rag weed, and to-
morrow or the day after hath him in
' the ice box."
Minnesota is evidently not so am-, AJ Qf wWch .g w wel, though
ious to have a little extemporaneous fizzlng tussias fighUng sophomores
oratory as she thought she was. After 't kmw ,L Xo Qne thought y
so long a time no word has been re-,wouW WIwe , and consequent no
- M .. 2 Lv .AnnJStt ft 1
ceived concerning the proposition sub
mitted to her over two weeks ago by
the local association.
one was disappointed. The rag weed
' instinct is yet strong within them and
I flourishing to beat the band. But ere
many moons there will be so many
Manager Tukey of the foot ball team funeral noUccs handed lQe
is to be congratulated on his efforts to R wm impossible to allot to
arrange a Thanksgiving game in L.n- more a Ine Iocal
coin this year. It might be a good 0f course, there are other scraps In
thing to cot for luck and see if we other at other Unjes ,n other
couldn't have a little passable atber 1 paces OQ oluer suojecls aad under
al home on that day. We have had none , otner cireun.stances. The state legisla
in Omaha for the past five years. J ture mabes a y fa,r stab evexy twQ
years. But two years is a very long
time to wait, and to the general public
it seems monotonous. It is necessary
, that some relief to pent up energies be
given, so on alternate years it is nat
ural to look to the university as a
friend in need.
Then several woolly sopohmores
meet in some secluded spot in the
eight time, or occasionally in an old
'boufve. and nab beads and feet anions
,one another, mix up a little constitu-
by Messrs. Sabatfer and Sentrens. in ,
which they claim to have produced pe
troleum directly from acetylene. Dr.
White was assisted in this work by
Miss Fossler and H. T. Beans.
The three literary societies of the
university have decided to adjourn
their programs and attend the Kansas
Xebraska basket ball game to be play
ed in the gymnasium Friday evening
of this week. Every organization
should throw as much support as pos
sible to this contest and see that nothing-
prevents the team receiving liberal
Professor Richards of the mechan
ical engineering department has been
gathering some interesting statistics
from the students that have taken the
two-year course In mechanical arts.
The object of the investigation is to de
termine just how far this course has
been a benefit to those who have com
pleted the whole course, or even a part
of it. The statistics obtained show
that seventy-five per cent of the men!
are now following professions along j
this line of work, and that their sal
aries range from $32 to $125 per
month. The other tventy-five per cent
state that, although their work is now
of another kind, the time spent in that
course has been of great value.
1900 For Paris
Are You Going?
.. Arrangements should be made
early I have literature descriptive
of short and long tours in England.
France. Germany, and in fact all of
Europe. Call and let me supply
you with literature before deciding
on your trip.
GEO. W. I0NNEII, CP.&T.A.,
If jon are going to the
OF CONDOLENCE. I iw. i
i uvu i uujicic diiaugcuicms until you
Whereas. The All Wise in His wis- have secured information regarding the
dom has seen fit at this time to take j persona ily conducted excursions via
from our friend and fellow student his I
lr!. mw1 Ia1hw ..1- -... . . 14T! a I
uu auu iumub laiutrr v$ utain; mere-
fore, be It
Resolved, That we, the members of
the senior law class of the University
of Nebraska, do hereby extend to ourj
fellow classmate. Mr. Ravmond sJ
Baker, and the family, onr deepest
Nebraska can now feel that she is in ' tional interpretation and legal phras-
no wav oQnnDeiled to Dlav return eames insr with a iwrrfiv smnum nt ,a '
4, tv.!,,- n, i ,. -.-,. ,... J--H s .. .. .. .i635! of sympatbr in this their hour
"" - vj,ui, imb mu iajti x-i4 ixkxsh; ia.c; piuiuibts 10 one anoiner tnatn . i)
-" w. .av..u',l h&aia aur&A. sijii inni ir
frtaisoD. ne acuon to wiitiaraw srom'tiaey have no Intention of keeping, j
j'.ji nruH. ilu3.hu laiuc uukji jaisrir iuiJ6 tij;. imxji aose several
the last meeting of the athletic board woolier sophomores go deeper into tb'
Tfaes! excurjoa leave Omaha verv
j Friday, iu eleeantiv uoholsj- OrHi'nan-
Resolved, That a copy of these reso- SleepiDg Cars, illuminated by Pintsch
H-e - ... . z - J 1 n Vii 4 Jk l a .. . -
is oommendalile in erery way. Friendly night time, dig ont &U11 more eiactinzi ' Moa " Bl " Mr' Baker aad tbe pv7Ti I TT,
. . . jyjj acCKtr time lhaa an-ir nihf-r Iin
mfclataoas can still exist with Kansas i phrases, fix sap their saw teeth
Ueasme he dispensed wHth.
T&e (gtla Sfctfw lb ulrejsSty
eaaite 811 regajvd tio ttte dbasge la eo-4a-aue
imtqpDinemfaits are ttejos -wLcljed
witJa a great tfltual of BrnteiveKl Say ihsl
astmdaotf. SlwwM the 3uaiajgeK t&ai arAiBd (tbwi i3e conns iwg nr'sucM h&y at
AJVlJI WILtJU .i.l.Mn n.. .4 d. I ..U. .. .- .. 4..4 J. . . ..
jnum iuc icAjiiuirt3i. wi w iu ji in uaear amisatience ta ' 'an
and at eni.
But speaking of going deeper into
An JoleresiiiBC schedole of lase ball ihe D8sllt ltill:De "nss "P recollections J
caiues ibas bean anraDK&d tnr Manacer I"1 a more riojiB nature It meao
" " .. .- .
HokwuWL PrttKperts am good far a vrin
siing tleanu, and we wocuUd ure upoa tne ,
stodHntLB the n-aoeHBaty of getting owl;
and doing llieir ltase. Many axem to
Ibaive an ataEwSaaoe of time to snix np
in dlvemis olnar tilings whicii are of no
K-aod to line iiiKUljelkna. Imit when it
x3t to a glikt witaare tbey Stave an
tfjpyiUaau5ty to i& 9ntethlag tltat
wviMiU win a j4a in tt&e annate tS tne
utlvarjiiljr iJ??- dc&p tmi.
0. WILLIAM MEIER,
W5L . BISHOP.
I hoars quicker time tbao anj other line.
63p For time tabic. foWer', illnolraw-4
E. B. SLOSSOX, Jlffe.
if l-Jli li ki j-j tfi lijf. J s.. , ...n .
w... ra.Wi-. wa uj w!e papers 1 m-,, -j-m ..- .
will be S-Jed with the efforts of aca J reatJstt! J ,r" " ",T "m
.ji .., .. J0. ... . jreaceeo us tjat the All Wie has seen
.,j. w; ,U 41US. BftUUIUOO. Jl fti , .-V. f.m . .c
- ... ..WW VIUi wuurioy cjaas mea
LvUmt J. Abb&U. jr., aad hts broUier.
Kd C. Abbwu, their kind aad aged
father by death; therefore, be it
Ret-olvert, By tbe junior law class of
the University of Nebraska, thai we do
extend t or fellow tadeats aud ibe.r
Ss too miaeb. The reader zaitsl naBer
with tbe editor o here jp&ta om one
of tbe iSrut ones banded in-;
"AH tbe world a sraft,?
And all Ote mM asd womea merely
TTUey bare (Mr m Sam tfceirj family in tfcelr bWBr or ,WJtJ as4
WSHCKAKN'. .1 .,Jl1
.vewtfHi oar fltepm mm of svra-
, . . w,w . Bay, paHuiy; ajj farther be It
HI way being soaaiy. J& firL th fcid,
PJtcbing pennies even la hfa 6are
now iun be jxasftfrfl, it wSM inarfc a new
Hodb 3n itbe ei&uta&itm of lbs sdate and
wnuM be me snore len toward the mnl-
Cbtaling: at Qjarblea; mapping blafie-;
HftiivA fTkiii( . . ..
., 4UM cup 01 luese tK.
laUota be seat to Mm I J. Abfcott aad "l
B? " ne pnewd in ibe co.lege stud 1
O. WILLIAM MEIER.
WM. . BISHOP,
Short lire awd quick service to Nebraska
Crty, Fall City. St Loois and all points
Sooth, Eaj and Wet.
C!l Tltlirt Otficf, 0S9 "O" St,
H. C, Towksiwo. p. D. qpHuevv,
C. P.ftT.A. C.PATA
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