The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, January 29, 1901, Page 4, Image 4

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    The Nebraskan-Hesperian
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I NEBRflSKAN - HESPERIAN
"A nowspapcr devoted to tho Interests of iTio
University of Nebraska and tho student body."
Issued every Tuesday Noon. Published at 134
North Eleventh Street.
Entered as Second-Class Mnll Matter.
E. W. Warimuiui, I M11,.M
T. J. Hewitt, f MnnnRcre
HAL H. ROBERTS Editor-hi-Ohlof
J. A. K15HS AboUtnnt Editor
Board ot Editors:
Ktnlly Jenkins S. H. McCaw,
. A. Manning, A. C. Lee,
R. R. Rnlncy.
Reporters:
N. IJ Hucfcley, Klmcr V. Hodges,
Clifton Cnrti r, T I Hewitt,
X.. K. Cottle. T. M ll-wilt,
G M. CowRill, K. T Hill.
Mnvntte Union, Frank M nen.
IJ. HniiMiii, John M. Nelson,
Chns I. Tnylor, Myrtle Ro1erts,
I,. I). Ktnlir. II. M. Stone,
C. C. Willmrn, Tom Mills.
II. J. Kiinge, A. LnMonlc Chase.
The Nebrasknn-ncspcrlan will bo sent to nny
address upon the receipt of tho subscription
prlco, which Is one dollar a year.
Contributions are solicited from all. News
Items such u-s locals, personals, reports of meet
ings, etc, ore especially desired. The Nebraskan-Hesperian
will be glad to printout ocnlrtb
utlon relative to a general university uibject.
but the mime must nccomp-.my all such
The NohrnsVnn HeHporlan Is nont tn nil mill
ecriliers until ordered discoutiuuod and all ur
roiirugos imid.
Address all communications to tho N Knit as
sun llKsi'KntAN, P. O. box 210, Lincoln, Nob.
Telephone 479.
There is an abuse of library privi
leges on the part of a number of young
men which should not be tolerated and
which doubtless will cease to exist
after this word to the wise. We refer
to the very ungentlemanly habit of
expectorating in rooms used as much
by women as by men especially the
library. Every student should feel it
to be as intolerable an offenso as if
committed in a friend's parlor. Men
do not realize how dlsguestlng the
habit is to all women nor how impos
sible it should be in an institution like
ours to have such looking stairs, halls,
and class rooms as have been seen
for the past few weeks. There ougnt
to be some difference between the ap
pearance of the halls of the univer
sity and those of the city hall for
instance, or police headquarters.
This is particularly true of a library,
the floors of which should no more oe
subject to such treatment than should
the hard wood floors of a private resi
dence. Moreover, aside from Its un
pleasantness the habit Is extremely un
cleanly and unhygienic, so much so
that more than one city board of
health has trieu to prevent the spread
of disease by forbidding the practice
in public places. Finally the fact that
a number of the women instructors as
well as some students have complained
of the filthy appearance of halls, stair3,
class rooms, aad even alcoves, should
make every man on the campus see to
it that neither he nor his companions
offend longer In this respect.
Tho Chancellor has again been
forced to mention smoking on the
campus. It seems that this should not
be necessary. Any one who has the
best Interests of the university at heart
surely will no. do it. While we now
have better flro protection than in the
past, no risk should be taken. A fire
in any one of the buildings would re
sult in a total loss as no insurance is
carried. New buildings are needed too
badly for us to be careless with what
wo have.
The Minnesota Daily in a recent edi
torial kindly told its subscribers what
kind of a paper they wanted. A. com
munication to the paper asked the or
gan of the Gophers to publish personals
and locals. The claim was made that
auph events interested the public, Evi-
dbntly, this " was ' no't tho first com
plaint. Tho editor replied wlUi n
weighty editorial stating that It was
abovo a daily paper to publish person
als. Wo would urge that it Is not
abovo any paper to please its subscrib
ers. Pcoplo wish to know what tho
members of tho faculty and their
friends arc doing. Such items are
news and It stands to reason that a
newspaper should publish them.
Trouble is browing at tho Univer
sity of Iowa. Recently, President
MacLcan suspended ten members of
tho sophomores for kidnapping the
president of tho freshman class. Pro
tests and resolutions against tho ac
tion are numerous, but it seems likciy
Dr. MacLcan will not recede from his
stand. The best element in tho univer
sity is supporting him and wo hope ne
will bo able to settle affairs without
causing too much trouble. However,
his stand is an admlrablo one and
should bo upheld.
The institution of Indoor practice
for tho foot ball men at Michigan is
an admirable cxamplo to us. Coach
Booth is here and no doubt can bo se
cured to push tho work. The follow
ing clipping from the Michigan Daily
is explanatory in itself:
"As soon as the mid-winter examin
ations are over, the foot ball team will
begin indoor signal, practice under the
direction of Kccno Fitzpatrlck. This
radical change in the foot ball practice
cannot fail to be of great benefit to
the team. It is a start toward all-year-around
practice.
Just before the holidays thero met
in the gymnasium a graduate commit
tee, together with tno present foot
ball leaders to plan for next year.
The question of a coach was not defi
nitely sottled and is still in the air.
Manager Baird ts corresponding with
some of the prominent coaches, but the
nnal selection will not bo made for
some time, however, the indoor work
will be taken caro of by Keene Fitz
patrlck bimself.
Tho work will of course be light at
fir3t. All the 'Varsity men as well a?
tho scrubs, will gather every Wednes
day evening in tho gym. and run
through signals and formations. The
idea 13 to get the "Michigan foot ball
syalem" down pat. so that when au
tumn comes and the hard work begins
on Regents' Field there will be no need
to teach tho men the rudiments of the
same and the principles on which th'
Wolverines play."
If every one will give the board
proper support, such practice can Vc
established hera. It. will greatly nid
the team for next year and give great
er promise of success. Nebraska must
win the Western Championship for
next season.
R. S. YOUNG
BUILDING niWO SUPPLY CO.
Wholesale and Rcull Dealers in
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Office 11)24 O Street. Tel. 700.
Yards-Win and QSu. Tel. 720.
The'B.B."8,
BIRKEN BROS..
'roprictors.
109 North nth su Barber Shop
Pint-class In every respect. Students' patronise
csiccially solicited.
ALLEGRETTl & LOWNEY
.... Gbocolatcs
M flcctor'a Pharmacy
N.W. Cor. I2tfa sad N Sts. Uocola. Neb.
OOp.fiullctm"
Hours 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Sccond-IInnd Books tnken in exchange
for subscriptions to Tm; Arrow-Hkad
1 yenr 81 00
G months CO
THE CO-OP
322 North Elevent Stree
E. R. Matthews. Pros. C. V. Rtegcr, Trcas.
G. 13. Spear, Sco.
flDattfoewe piano Co.
Pianos, Organs and
Musical Merchandise.
r HON 13 71)1, 1120 0 ST I (12 1ST.
LINCOLN, --- NHHUASKA
Newly Equipped First-Class Service
OIVE US A CALL AND YOU
WILL BE CUSTOMER
tflewpovt.Cafe
(Opjxjsite l-'unke Opera House
&&:?' De,,C"C,eS l26 So. 12th St.
Intercollegiate
BUREAU.
COTTRELL
& LEONARD,
472-4 78 Hrnnrtwny
Albany, Now York.
Makers of the
Caps, Gowns and Hoods,
To the American Colleges and Universi
ties. Illustrated manual, sample prices, etc.,
on request Gowns for the pulpit and the
bench.
C. A. TUCKER
1123 O STREET
THE YELLOW FRONT
For WATCHES and JEWELRY
SAME SHAPE
TWO QUALITIES
Wm
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The California Route
Is via The Burlington
TWICE EACH WEEK
A Tourist Sleeper leaves Lincoln for
... Los Angeles ...
-without change,
Leave Lincoln every Tuesday 10:55 n.m.
Leave Lincoln every Thursday , 0:00 p.m.
Remember, f be through cur
cThlce'"'"'"
O Streets 8
235 I
Uty Ticket
Corner 10th and
Telephone
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C Wo carry onh the enrdi ot repututile rl
men. anil stinlents will (Hid represented ri
In this column the bout phyNlolun hn1 sj
dentists In tho eltv 3
miiiuuujiuumiAiujjj' uimiuiiu" '"
E. B. Woodward, M. L.
DISKAHKf) OF TI1B
YE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
aiaiscs Carefully Pitted.
aWKlXrdsUlkf Lincoln, Ncbf,
Residence 1310 Q St.
Phono 12.
OffleellOOOSU.
1'houo b33.
J. R. HAGGARD, M. D.
Rooms 313 and 314
Richards Block,
LINCOLN. NEB
DR. W. L. DAYTON,
Dr. J. r. Williams, Assistant.
Diseases of the Eye,
Ear, and Throat.
1305 O Street. LINCOLN, NEBR.
D. H. MUIR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office TreatmentElectrical or Medical.
1234 M St. Lincoln, Nebr.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
DR. SHOEMAKER'S
Tf you arc going to a hospitnl for treatment H.
will pny yon to consu't Dr. Sho maker. He
makes a specialty of Diseases of Women, the
nervous system, nhd nil surpicnl diseases.
Eveiythiitg home-like hues reasonable.
1117 L St. LIN OLN, NEB. P. O. box 98
Residence: 2548 Q street.
Telephone, 055
DR. REYNOLDS, SURGEON.
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Uurr Block, Rms 17-19, Phone, 050.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 a. ra. to 12 M.
3 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 3 to 5.
DR. E. A. CARR
SURGEON
Removed from 120.1 O Rt . to 12th and N Sts.
Over Kcctor s Pharmacy
Cflice hours 10 to 11 n m.
3 to 4 and 7 to Ho m.
le day aud night 215
LINCOLN, NEB.
rhone (
Oliver ehnsen,S).).if.
Dental Office over
liar ley's Drug More
Call Phone 645
Cor. Uth and O Sts.
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