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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1892)
Despite the serious illness ol the tenor, Signor Cnnip.nuini,
and the basso, Mr. Holmes, the .May Musical Festival was
a grand success, artistically and financially. The manage
ment appreciate the university faculty and the students, and
only regret that so few of the singers of the university avail
themselves of this opportunity fot musical culture by joining
the clioius. A very cordial and pressing invitation is
extended to all singers.
There is much interest shown now in the proposition for
the establishment ol a dental school at the university. The
regent? will be petitioned to lay the matter before the next
legislature. This is something that would be done nt a slight
expense, as me M.mnn wuiwu soon uc aunosi sen supporting
lrom the fees paid by its students. This would certainly be
a step in the right direction.
Ai the Palladian election held on the 25th, the following
officers were elected for next tcrni: President, Mr. E. M
Pollard; vice-president, Miss Etta Grey; recording secretary,
Mass Lewis; corresponding secretary, Mr. Strode; music sec.
retary, Mr. Carl Tucker; tieasurer, Mr. Fisher; historian,
Miss Grinstead; scrgeaut-al arms, Mr. Welden.
At the meeting of the university debating cl ab held last
Saturday evening, the lollowing officers were elected for nex
fall: President, Mr. Stroman; vice-president, Mr. Guilmette;
secretary, Miss Yesta Grey; treasurer, Mr. Habcock; histor
an, Miss Ducker; sergeant-at-arms, Messrs. Eager and
' The second year class is making an heroic attempt to do
what no other class has yet accomplished complete solid
geometry. The prospects arc very favorable for their getting
the first prize in this contest against Hro. Chauvcnct.
Professor Geo. Hitchcock has resigned his position it
Highland college, Kansas, to accept a far more lucrative
piofessorship of physics and chemist: y at the Oicgon State
In our last issue wc stated that Miss Lindon had been
made an honorary member of the l.attalion. We have since
learned that this is not true. We wish lo make Ihe corrcc
At our local field day exeicises, out of twenty-five events
the sophomores won fourteen first prizes. What is the mailer
with the sophomores
Professors Hussey, and Wightman were the only profess
ors who found lime lo encourage Ihe athletes at Cushman
Paik on field day.
Miss Hardin entertained about ten couples of her Iriends
on ihe evening of ihe26ili Dancing sras the aimibeinciit oi
The summer school has an ejiiollment ol over one hun
dred btudenis. It will commence Immediately after com
Dr. Kiikus has taken as a theme lor hib baecaluuitUto
address, "Scholarship, a Uuidenouhe LorJ."
The cadets gained much praise for the manner in which
lhey maiched in the parade on the 261I1.
The sophmore class in Gieuk wjJJ wxrk up themes in Uiu
place of a final examination.
Mr. Tjoyex was unable to attend school week before Jnst
on account of sickness.
Mr. Polhud's father attended Ihe anniversary in ihe city
on ihe 26th.
Mr. Watkins addressed the tariff class on Ihe 31st.
Spring fever is now raging as badly as ever.-
Students can Itam how to make the entire year's college
expenses: during vacation, by addressing Unokku'ooii &
U.'m:uvool, Ottawa, Kas.
For graduating goods Hcrpolshc'mcr & Co. show the
most complete line of silks, wool goods and trimmings at
Send to Hcrpolshcimcr & Co. Lincoln for fine illustrated
catalogue. Prices, the lewest. Express paid to any part of
The celebrated P. & P. kid gloves will not rip at Her-
polshcimer & Co. llest fitting and most satisfactory gloves
Fine miilincry with which to bedeck your charming sell
in the greatest variety at Hcrpolshcimcr & Co.'s, Lincoln.
At 1 14 South Eleventh street is Don's Cafe. Call and get
the inner man refreshed. Don Cameron, Proprietor.
Call at Francis Hrothcr.. chop house, open day and night.
1324 O street.
Dr. C. E. Spahr, 1213 O Sticet, eye, car, nose, and throa
E. S. King, spectacles and colored glasses. 1300 O Mrecl.
E. S. King, repairing neat, prompt, and cheap. 1300 U it.
Dr. Giffen. Office, nth and N Sis.; residence, 1504 S.
E. S. King, watches, clocks, jewelry. 1300 O street.
Purchase your spring suits at Swing's.
The pioper spring styles al Ewing's.
Sayer & Sawyer, stationery.
Cadet suits, gloves and caps al Ewing's.
Call on Ewing for cade't'gloves and caps.
Cadet caps and suits a specially at Ewings.
Get your fine stationer)- of Sayer & Sawyer at the Hespe
Pens, ink, paper, cn'-clopes, pencils and erasers at the
The finest students' suits in ihe city at Ewing & Co.,
1 1 15-17 O slrcel. Good goods, low prices.
Wanted Second-hand books bought, sold, and cx
hanged. Law books a specialty. Lincoln Hook Exchange,
1 19 North Twelfth street.
New set of "Library of American Literature", by Sled
man, 10 volumes, half moiocco, $40.00; regular pnee $50.00.
A. A. Scott at First National Dank.
Seconc -hand university text books wanted, for sale, and
m exchange. A laige supply of miscellaneous books aud la-
lionary on hand. Lincoln Uook Lxcnange " -i- " i-
SxuuiiNTS We give wages of from $2.50105.5.00. Wc
want two good agents from your college lo canvass during
lhc vacation. AddrebS, Current History, Detroit, Mich.
At Your Service
Fiiic Trade Only
Huffman & Co.
1039 O St.
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