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Galen Tait, formerly of '92 and.now living
in Chicago, visited among old time friends
at tfhe University during the past week. He
will enter the Chicago University.
Miss Helen Lau has recovered from her
Harry B. Hicks ''91, will enter the 'law
school this year.
George L. Sheldon "92, dS attending Har
vard University, " ' The University grounds have been greatly
Charles Chandler '92,. is doing railroad improved during the summer.
work in Wyoming.
Dan Schell '92, is taking .Bible study at
Sam Avery '92, is teaching the sciences In
the Beatrice High School.
Manual training is added to the work of
the second preparatory class.
The Sigma ChS's have moved into their
new quarters in the Montgomery block.
The tools for the manual training depart-
E. A. Thom-vs '94, is assistant principal in ment to the value of $1,000 have arrived.
the Falls City Iiigh School.
Man' of the Lincoln High School grad-
Miss Nellie Griggs y$6, and Miss Ella Cox, "ates, class of '92, are attending the Univer-
The Union Society will improve the ap
pearance of their hall by putting up new
The Debating Club will resume its regular
meetings this evening. A large attendance
is expected this year.
The Independent Club held an enthusiastic
meeting last Saturday evening. New mem
bers were given at opportunity to join.
The Delta Gamma fraternity has initiated
Misses Joy Webster and Helen Harwood.
Miss Anna Broady was initiated by the Kap
pa Kappa Gamma's.
At the reception given by the Christian
associations several ol the faculty gave in
teresting talks. Each person attending was
given a badge bearingWeir name, to aid the
new students in getting acquainted.
The democrats met Saturday after the
Hesperian meeting and organized for the
first semester. Their officers are? A. E.
Wiip Sawyer has returned from Evans- Guilmette, president; F. D. Eager, vice
ville, Indiana, where he has worked at elec- president; H. G. Whitmore, secretary- W
trical engineering during the summer. F. WolfCf treasUrer ; W. M. Johnson , histor-
Prof. P. Rydberg of the WNqhoo Academy, ian ; G. H. Hall, 3ergeant-at-arms. Charlie
is still doing scientific work in the Univer- Skiles wrote up from Cass county inquiring
sity. He was down last Friday and Satur- for some oratorical thunder to help him out at
spent Sundajf at home in Beatrice.
J. B. White '92, leaves soon to tako up a
course in the Ann Arbor law school.
H. A. Reese '91, has left for Ann Arbor to
complete his couir.e in the law school.
Homer J. Edminston '92, is now an in
structor in Latin in Cornell University.
Fred Breckenridge is with a surveying
party and will not be in school this year.
Supt. Carey of the Fairbury schools, was
a welcome visitor at the University last week.
Brook and Porterfield of '92, are at Sheri
dan, Wyoming, in the employ of the B. & M.
George Sumner '95,1s attending the Mass
achusetts Institute of Technology at Boston.
Miss IdacBonnell '91, of cChicago, visited
among her University friends .for several
days last week.
E. E. Nicholson and Jese Beclvr arc at
work in the government experiment station
at Medicine Lodge, Kansas.
daj' for that purpose.
Alvo on October 5th. Of course the Univer-