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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1900)
It IfT illustrated by almlMono engrav
ing, showing the kitchen laboratory of
the school. -,,,.,.. i ?
Dr. A., T. Peters translation ot "A
Guide to- Practical Meat Inspection,"
the work1 of Dr F. Flschordcr, district
veterinarian of Jarotschin, formerly
director of the city abbatolrs nn'd stock I
yards at Bromberg, Germany, imb been
received ct the university. This trans
lation contains many annotations and
editions " by Dr. Peters, and Is illus
trated with over sixty figures and
Miss Kdna Howell, '03, who was acci
dentally shot in the knee about a
month ago while target shooting at '
Burlington Beach, has so far recovered
that she has been able to be removed '
from St. Elizabeth's hospital to her
sistei's home on R street. Her mother
from Kansas City is still w.th her.
Miss Howell is getting along quite well,
but will never fully recover the use'of
her limb. i
Posters of Maud Adams, Anna Held,
Maxlne Elliott, Mrs. Leslie Carter, etc.,
size 24x28 Inches, 75c each. Indian
head poster, size 24x36 inches; the
foot ball game poster, size 26x38 Inches,
V5c each. The golf poster, 24x36 inches; j
horse fair poster, 20x36 inches, each
59c. Above are mounted on red and
green mats. A large line of small post
ers, 8x10, from 3c each upward. Music!
and picture department, Herpolsheimer
The base ball men took advantage
of the absence of gymnasium classes
last week and spent several hours each
day in the cage. The p.tchers are kept
busy limbering up their arms and the
other men are given preliminary work
on grounders. Doane, Bell, Gordan
and Bliss are in practice for the box
and are doing good work. Koehler, the
foot ball center, Ray Ryan, Dean
Ringer and Maloney are candidates for
catcher. Over forty men have report
ed for various positions.
The state veterinarians' association
held sessions in the chapel Tuesday
afternoon and evening. Only aboui
twenty-five were present. President Dr.
S. E. Cosford gave an address in the
afternoon, in which he gave valuable
suggestions to the assoc.ation. In the
evening papers were delivered by Dr.
Ward, Dr. W. A. Thomas of this city
and Dr. J. J. Drasky of Ciete on 'Treat
ing Tumors and Growths by Electric
ity." Another session was held at the
university farm Wednesday morning.
A luncheon was served and operations
were performed for the benefit of the
Barron, Lee Edwards, C. Engberg, Pro
fessor E. L. Hinman andCharles. Rait.;
Pllldbury lost but four games ot chess
altogether, the best game being that
won by P. J. Barron, '98. W. E. .Hnrdy
played a draw: '
Following is tho game won by Mr.
Queen's gambit declined.
1. P Q4 P-Q4
2. P QB4 P K3
3. Kt Q B3 Kt K B3
4. B Kt5 B K2
... : Legislative Gallery ...
5. P K3
6. Kt B3
7. B Q3
11. R QB
13. B Kt
14. R K
15. Kt Q2
16. Kt B3
17. Kt Q2
18. Kt B
19. Kt Kt3
20. Kt K2
21. Kt B4
22. Q B3
23. P K Kt4
24. K R
26. R Kt
29. K Kt
30. R Kt5
32. R Q8
34. P K4
35. P Q5
36. K R
P Q6 ch
Q Kt Q2
P Q Kt3
P Q B4
P Q Kt4
R (K3) KB3
R Kt7 ch
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1R. PENNY OF KANSAS.
Professor G. B. Penny, dean of the
school of fine artrof Kansas univer
sity, sailed from Boston on February
1 on a combined lecture, study and
pleasure trip abroad. He has been en
gaged by the managers of a nine weeks'
cruise to the Mediterranean and the
Orient to deliver a series of s ereoptl
con lectures en route on Greek and
Roman architecture. He will also act
as one of the three directors of the
tour, and as such Will have charge of
the Egyptian section. The cruiso will
be made by a party of four hundred
eastern tourists, chiefly New York and
Massachusetts educators. Tho itiner
ary includes the principal points of In
terest In Egypt. Palestine, Greece and
Italy. This will be Professor Penny's
second visit to the Orient for the pur
pone o' studying the history of art.
Dr. W. L. Dayton
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Barron beats pillsbury.'
On Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings of last week Harry W. Pillsbury,
the American chess champion, played
a number of games of chess and check
ers with tho leading players of the
. state. Among the university men and
alumni who played the champion were
William Hardy, H. E. Newbranch, P. J.
Had(iuarteri for UnlvemUy Student'
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