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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1900)
On May 22, Mr. Philip Hudson, n
student of Mr. Honry Eamos, will glvo
a piano recital for graduation at tho
university chapol. Tho program is as
Beethoven Sonato. P. minor.
Allegro Assni. Andante con moto.
Schubert "Am Meer."
"Du hist die Ruh."
Brahms Rhapsodic. B minor No. 1.
Slovoklng. Etude in E major (Tho
Chopin. Berceuse. Op. 57.
Wobor. "Invitation to tho Dance."
Tho Missouri-Nebraska dobato was
hold at Columbia, Missouri, last Fri
day. Tho contest was qulto unsatis
factory. It was Impossible to find men
to serve as judges who could give an
unbiased opinion. Tho two universi
ties had negoclated regarding men to
hear tho contest but failed to arrive
at any conclusion. All of tho judges
were not selected until tho evening of
tho debate, and then Nebraska was
forced to accept local men.
The judges were Sam Cook, General
Gatar, and Mr .Gentry, all local men
and In sympathy with Missouri. Sam
Cook is said to have had no further
schooling than to tho seventh or eighth
grade in the common schools. He has
been chairman of the local democratic
organization for several years and is
known to be poorly qualified to judge
the merits of a debate. He is reported
to have said after the contest that
Missouri won because she appealed to
General Gatar is a local attorney and
for business interests would not be in
clined to discredit Missouri. Mr. Gen
try is also a Columbia man. He had
served twice before in contests of this
nature and gave his decision against
Missouri. He very much disliked to
serve as a judge, but circumstances
forced it upon him. He stated to the
Nebraska men just before the contest
that he would not like to go against
Missouri another time.
The decision was given against Ne
braska though the universal feeling
was that Nebraska had more than held
her own in the contest. Nebraska
representatives were informed the
morning after the contest that in
private circles the Missouri students
said they were fully equalled by Ne
braska while some openly stated the
same to Nebraska debaters . Under
these circumstances Nebraska consid
ers that she has been defeated only in
to give up tho tournamont. Howovor
ho Is now ondeavorlng to arrange mat
tors that a tennis team may accompany
tho Wisconsin team when they come
hero to play next weok.
Mr. Walsh in speaking of tho matter
said, "It is very likely that a Badgor
team can bo brought down, and tho re
sulting tournamont would bo of much
more interest to lovers of tennis than
would a trial with Nebraska." Vidotto
Tho Omaha Commercial College lo
cates moro stenographers, bookkeepers
and tolegraph operators during tho
year than all of tho other commercial
and"' shorthand schools in the stato
combined. This is duo to tho fact that
its students aro thoroughly prepared
In all departments for mercantile situations.
DR. W. L. DAYTON,
Dr. J. P. Williams, Assistant.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat.
1205 O Street. Lincoln, Neb.
Residence 1310 0. St.
Office 1100 O St.
J. R. HAGGARD, M.D.
Rooms 213 and 214
.... Medical School
The hijjli standard and progressive meth
ods which have given this School its cu
rable reputation Tor over thirty years are
For circulars of detailed information
address the Secretary,
DR. N. S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St. Chicago, III.
Students Especially Invited to Call.
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Government Inspector General Boyle,
lieutenant-colonel In tho twenty-first
Infantry, inspected the cadet battalion
last Wednesday . The battalion formed
at 10 o'clock and marched to the cam
pus. Dress parade and battalion re
view followed the formation on the
- -After review ,the- battalion was
formed in column of companies and
Colonel Boyle Inspected the arms and
equipment of tho cadets. Company
drill followed the inspection. During
the inspection and Company drill, the
cadet band played BOveral selections.
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Takers of the
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To the American Colleges and Universi
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etc., on request. Gowns for the puipit
and the bench.
NEBRASKA TOURNAMENT OFF.
TUero will be no tennis tournament
thief Spring between Iowa and Ne
braska, at Lincoln. Blnce lost year,
when the Nebraska team was brpught
here, the Lincoln tournament bos been
looked forward to by the local enthusi
asts with much interest ,but, evidently
for financial reasons, Nebraska is un
ablo to glvo the return meet.
' Manager Walsh, after suggesting to
the Nebraska management methods of
-meeting the expenses, was compelled
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