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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1891)
Mr. Gund offered $2 for the negative ns soon as he saw it. la shade of a smile on the faces of some of thctn to see Dr.
Now lie oflcrs any amount for it. '. Edwards officiating.
Fred Hyde has been in poor health for some time and is
just able to keep np his studies.
The picture of the sophomoie tch. will bear evidence to
posterity of the way McCargar smiles.
Rev. Stein, of the St. Taul M. E. church, conducted
chapel exercises on the morning of the 7th.
'They say1' that after the contest Mr. Winter went over
to the Iowa Wtsleyav and joined the Betas.
A certain young gentleman will hear in mind that the
studio is for posing in, rather than pro posing.
nC15 VP'11? JTni irir 1'nr rrnr nnnnrtinin niiinnti ntnj
zatai, jiotest non .xeJinijiii, is very classical and good.
Mr. Stroman says he doesn't take a hack -scat for anybody
on making coffee. He gets the girls to make cake for him.
Letters lrom the many high schools of the state applying
for 'certificates of entrance to the university, arc numerous.
It is not advisable to asl; a certain senior -whether lie ever
gets left alter he gets to society, Fnurob, he would get so
Misses Higgins, Smith, Brown, Forehand, and Lee have
had tholr pictures taken together. Bid you get oner' We
The examination essay for the sophomore rhetoric class
this term, is on "Style 3n prose Literature, past, present, and J
The university girls (sweet things') 'did what the Fairbury j
,girls will do, namely, went in a body to the depot to sec the'
Iboys off. ' j
Some one remarks: Properly,, notices off the talking done
on ithe morthenst comer of the reading room should appear jd
the athletic column.
T.E. 'Ghappcll and G.L.Sheldon were at IDesMoines
last week as delegates from Nebraska to the Unter'State
Mr. Rohwer photographed the "William Henry Harrison
banner of 1840. and'the men that boreat in the parade4 Messrs
HWllnrd, Barber, and "Whaley. '
Some of the boys, -whose girls did mot Hake along a well I
ifilled dinner-ibasket field day, are linclincd ito 'kick about the
55c. sandwiches tthcy had to eat and pay for.
At the suggestion of Principal Buchanan, uf tthe ICansas
'Qilj'u Mo. high school, the graduating class will wuardlabs
pinsunodelod after the I93 pins of the iitniversily.
"You baw Mr. Suhull Untitling himself around with a string
Next year wUicn he goes to practice the 'long jump, lie will
engage quarters ilorlhis ifeet and leave thorn at ihomu.
The Joint imeoting of the IJnioi. Iboys with the ddbating
club boys and their ,girls of the high school, 'Saturday even
ing the noth, was a vory pleasant, though somewhat mo'iev
They wore 'at the Ihuati of the stairs uomln,g (from the
cadet band concert. She tripped and irollud .dlrar to thai
bottom. Me todk from the doctor n solemn oath not do give
Even the ulovator Iboys of Kansas City are proud .of the
town. 'Wilton ithellowur illoor .of a ifourtoun story IbtiiUling
hadibuunueadhcd, ihuidlovntorlboy sang.out tlo (the .delegates:
'While thciblghUif Mr.. SwartzilnaniunconHuiousoonditon
made his Jtillow cadets Uydl; serious, yet iCheie wits just
While the boys are at camp Professor Sherman will visit
the high school at Holdrcge; Professor Barber the school at
Y01V, and Principal Lees, the Tccnmsch, and perhapb the
Seward high schools.
4I am surprised, lam shocked," was the way Professor
Edgren translated the sentence just as a member of Ihe
sophomore German class entered, clad in a new pair of
ice cream pantaloons.
Recently the home circle of Professor Hitchcock's family .
was broken by the death of the oldest sister. It as somewhat
remarkable, that of a family of seven children, this is the
first death since 1S20.
At a meeting of the Inter-stale College Press association
a resolution was passed urging that "'members of thr stafl of
the college paper should be released from a part of their
regular school work.1'
The officers elect of the Inter state Oratorical association
are as follow: President, Mr. Hutchinson, of Illinois; vice
president, T. J Soarcs, of Minnesota; sccietary and iies
urcr, Charles. E. "Winter, oi Nebraska.
Miss Cather recently had the misfortune to severely cut
her thumb while whittling kindling. Glrlb should never
tackl; anything larger than a lead pencil to whittle on, and
should do this only when absolutely necessary.
There was a general misunderstanding as to some of the
races field day. Several of the boys thought that the half
mile walk was a running race, whilr Richards seemed to
thtrik that the mile run was to be walked.
"We heard the President yell into the already noise filled
air. "This is a grand and noble country. I thank you for
the magnificent welcome you have given me. The only thing"
the matter with this demonstration is that it is toolargeJ'
"1 would rather see 'Wananialccr than the Precedent." '
A sentiment .expressed by one person seemed to ie the sen
timent of a large number, for when President ilarrisonhad
ilfiuibhed speaking the cry, '"'Wanamaker, "Wiinamakcr,"" was
loud and long.
Sixteen .entrance certificates to dbe major course have
been issued to the graduating rlass of the Lincoln high
school", seven minor course certificates to the Gibbon
school; seven to the school at Wilber, and twelve to the
Aurora high bchool.
Miss Berky and Miw. Lottrige, imitating the example .of
the noble 'mothers, sinters, and sweethearts that sent food
and (ilothing io i'.he boys of 1861,, agrtsod at the train, to send
to .camp a cake which Mr. Stroman lis to call for at the post
.office Sunday morning.
'Owing Ho ciiouinstauecb ithat .cannot be avoided .our con
tinued story will mcoessarily be.omitted this week. The hero
has been beiaud with an nUnuk of diver .ootuplaint, and the
doutoi says he must mot go out any for a while, hence no
troulile,, honoe no story.
Amumbur of young uuun of this institution have very fitly
styilud thonibdvus 4Uhe foolb." .Girls, if you kuiiv nyjung
follow that should hulking to this society buildup mot, call. on
Mr Stoughvun, .chiuf of ilools, ifor particulars as to how your
friend may join the brethren.
Mr. Stroman publiuly .expresses his ;privui iynnion ithat
the judges .on the ttulkingunatdh showed ithenibolves varyamich
prujudluud whun ithey gave htm second place. He .claims
that mot Mr. "Wolfe, but JJ 'Cecil iGraham iis lentitled do first
'honors,, and ttltat (j. L. M., j)r. easily swon second place,,
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