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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1893)
H.J. Podclsak, who was called home on
account of the illness of his father, has rc-
J. A. Barklcy, '92, has returned from the turned to school,
cast. j, v. Harris, a former student who'has been
J. W. Dixon spent Sunday in Nebraska in Crcston, Iowa, for the past year, has re-
'ty . turned to Lincoln.
R. E. Johnson was on the sick list last .
week Prof. Peterson s class in Shakespeare has
D.N. Lehmer, '93, will act as assistant increased so in numbers that it now recites in
in mathematics. ' Prof. Fossler's room.
J. B. McDonald left recently for his home Chancellor Canfield spoke before Improved
in North Platte. Stock Breeders' association, at Fremont,
George Putnam left over the Burlington Wednesday morning.
Friday for San Diego, Cal. Mcssrs chenoy aml Over8lroel owing l0
All applicants for "links" should apply of recent mjsfortuncs, favor the immediate
Westerman at the Stewart's oflice. abolition of national banks.
Professor Fossler spoke at Crete Wedncs- Rober L Aqq has ,eft school Rnd rc
day before the Teachers' association. Ujniel tQ hjs ,)0me jn Nobraska City Frank
G. H. Hall has left school. He expects to Hetscnei iias ais0 gonc i10mCi
enter Chicago University next year.
H. B. Shannon, of Omaha, a former stu
dent, visited the University last week.
William Dorsey, a former student of the
U. of N., recently visited the University.
W. V. Hoagland, who has been seriously
President C. H. Morrill, of the board of
Regents, has been appointed receiver of the
Bank of Wahoo, which failed a short time
Miss Anna Wilder, a sister of our hygene
and physiology instructor, has entered 4the
ill for the past lew weeks, is again in school. Universily in lhe junior class. She came
J. B. hog.Mty, 91, was down the early part fr0m Kansa...
part of last week visiting University friends. Prof Barl)er dciivered thrct. lectures in
Jay Barrett has returned from Salt Lake Syracuse, Neb., last week. One was upon
City, and says there is no place like Lincoln.
The Regents have asked for an appropria
tion for an instructor in elocution and ora
tory. W. O. Stevens, '89, principal of the Ful
lerton high school, was married during the
H. G. Whitmorc has been confined to his
home on account of throat trouble several
Professor Barber lectured at Stromsburg
and Syracuse last week, and West Point
Last week Mrs. Canfield and her cousin
" Our Neighbors Across the Atlantic," and
the other two were illustrated lectures.
Rev. F. S. Stein will teach the English
classes during Professor Bates' lilness. Pro
fessor Bates is still quite sick, and very prob
ably will not be able to teach any more this
Mirs Oliva Pound recently entertained a
large number of her University friends. Cards
and dancing were the amusements of the
evening. A delightful evening was enjoyed
Phi Delta Theta entertained at the home of
Mrs. Reynolds, visited all departments of the Mr. Hardy during the last month. The enter
University, tainment was a novel one. The gentlemen
Last week, Prof. Fling delivered two lee- wrote a description of the ladies' dresses and
turcs on historical subjects before the teach- the young ladies portrayed the characters of
crs at Tecumseh. the young men.
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