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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1891)
TIIK II I-S PER I AN.
AL UMXl AXD FOKM&X S 7'UMiXTS,
C. II. Jackson, '92, is not in school this term.
'88. U. 11. Polk made us a flying visit one day this week.
Lee Edwards came 110111c from Omaha to spend the holi
days. '87. Miss Laura M. Roberts was seen about the halls one
day last week.
'S2. II. W Olmstcad holds the position of examiner in
the pension department.
'86. Miss Mary R. Campbell, has accepted the position
of principal of the Ashland high school.
Miss Uellc Cross, formely of '93, arrived at the University
yesterday for a few days visit with old friends..
1. P. Drown has accepted a position uf assistants cashier
of the First National Hank at Grant Neb.
'90. G. II. Tinker is back from the "-ild and wooly"
Ulackhills. He expects to return in a few days.
'83 Professor I), II. Culver was a prominent figure about
the University during the tatc teachers meeting.
MissSnell has resigned her position as assistant principal
of the Ashland high school. Miss Stratton, '87, succeeds her.
'90. Professor (,'. F. Anslcy and wife, of Aledo, Til.,
spent the holiday season in Lincoln, the guests of Dr. Childc.
'84. Conway G. McMillan has recently been promoted to
the position of botanist of the Minnesota state geological and
'89.-0. W. Fifer, was home from the Northwestern dur
ing the holidays. He reports that the barb fiat war is be
'87. Miss Stratton has been elected assistant principal of
the Ashland high school to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Miss Snell.
Mr. Davidson has accepted a position in Phillips fc Co's
dry goods store at Kerbs, Indian territory. The first month,
he will receive fifty dollars, which will be increased to sixty
thereafter. Mr. Davidson expects to return to school next
'90.E. R. Holmes, city editor of the Kearney Hub,
spent a lew days about the University halls during tae vaca'
lion. Before going home ho visited friends in Omaha and
'89, T. A. Williams, ex-principal of the Ashland high
school is with us for a short time making final preparation to
assume his duties as professor of botany in the Utmersity of
Won J. Arnold, an old time University boy, spent a short
time in the city recently. He is at present consulting engi
neer of the Thomson-Houston Electric Co., with hcadquart
crs in Chicago.
Among the teachers in attendance at the teachers associa
tion were several old time students of the University
Misses Mcscrcy, Pierce, Shotwell, Garber, and Tynan were
of the number.
84 J. II. Holmes is engaged in teaching science in the
Friends School at Washington. Professor Warner met him in
Ins recent visit to the capital and says that he leads the boys
111 foot ball and athletics.
Miss Inez Dorris was married December 10, 1S90, to Mark
II. Tilton, Rev. W. G. Miller officiating. Miss Dorris was
for some time a student hcic and her many friends here join
m wishing her the bei that life affords. Mr. and Mrs. Tilton
will be at home to friends after February 19, at 621 south
Fourteenth street, Lincoln.
'89-W. N. Fletcher was admitted to the br.r in Omaha
last month after passing an examination in which three out of
the five applicants failed. Flelch" has the tact and talent
necessary to make n successful lawyer and we do not hesitate
to prophecy for him a brilliant future.
Co. C, first regiment N. N. G., Capt. Albert A. Reed com
inanding passed through Lincoln on the 6th inst. bound for
the seat of war in the northwest. Capt. Reed will be re
membered as a former member of the class of '90 and a huge
number of students unite in wishing him success and glory.
'S7. Uioki.ow Hy.nks. Married at Omaha, January 1
'91. A. II. lligclow to Miss Maggie Hynes. Mr. iligelmv is
second assistance clerk of the house of repicsentatives, con
sequently Lincoln will be the home ofthe happy pah Tor a few
weeks. Mr. Iligelow was at one time editor in chief of Tin:
IIi'.si'KHiAN and has a large circle of friends in the University
who join in extending many wishes of happiness.
Miss May Lewis is recovering from an attack of scnilct
Lieutenant Griffith inspected the battalion Friday evening
Miss Carmina Hall is in school again after an absence of
almost a year.
A large class in assaying has begun work under Piofcssor
P. L. Hibbard,'92, visited his sister, Mr? L. L. Mcllvain in
Denver during vacation.
Miss Howard was called home one day last week by the
death of her grandfather.
Professor Urace has just received a box of apparatus for
the department of physics.
Professor Laurence Primer received a Christmas present
in the shape of a daughter.
Miss Nina V. Wellcr, of Doane College, visited friends in
the University, Monday, 5th inst,
F. A. Rockhold spent Sunday at his home in Wymorc.
He returned to Lincoln on Monday.
After a years absence, G. II. Maghce has-returned to re
sume his studies in the University.
Friday evening, January 2, Miss Minnie DePue gave a card
paity to a few of her University friends.
Tuesday, January 13, the state historical society held its
annual meeting in the University chapel.
Including the band boys, there arc 135 men drilhig this
term, an increase of ten men-over Inst winter.
Miss Sarah Wool Moore received a beautiful lamp as a
Christmas gift from a number of her art pupils.
A class in photography has begun work in the chemical
department under the instruction of T. II. Marslaud.
Professor Hodgnian is suffering from an attack of rheuma
tism that has presented his attendance at class several days.
Wednesday, January 14, the State Pec Keepers Associa
tion begun its annual aessiuii iu ihw geological lecture room.
Whenever the weather permits the battalion is instructed
in skirmish drill in order that the boys may be ready for
active duties in the field should they be ordered to the front.
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