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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1893)
excuse, not even that of being amusing. 1 aim Meiuendorf and Mrs. Hell, the violin solo by Mrt
.protest, I cry out against this growing ev, of George Shcdd of Ashland, the piano solo bv Miss
club gossip. IaHc of reform of the ballot, of re- Jessie F. Bigelow and the flute and violin due.
form of the tariff, give us first a reform of the by Messrs. Kerns and Meiuendorf. The orches-
boarding clubs. lra p,aycf, wkh hs usua, enectivcncss Prof
and Mrs. Menzendorf are to be congratulated
LOCALS. upon the general success of their musicales.
Get your commencement suit of Fisher fc Their na,nes on an' Program give assurance of
Warfel, 1 1 36 O street.
To "The Talker," by his suffering fellow
students in Shakespeare:
More than the locust's biuzing
In the months of heat and drouth,
Are the tintinnabulations of his automatic mouth.
Mow he loves its gentle gurgle!
How he loves its fluent flow!
.. M. Overstreet, '96, was fortunate in winning
the competitive examination for Annapolis.
The Seniors have been generous to invite the
entire student body, the faculty and alumni to at
tend the grand outing at Milford on class day.
C. K. Teift is at present nursing a sprained
ankle. As yet, he has been unable to do How hc ,oves t0 win(I his mouth UP.
any training for field-day. How hate t0 hear il S !
A heartless mason having plastered up the op- The Sophomores held an interesting class
ical illusion, nothing more will ever be seen of meeting Tuesday, May 9th, the occasion being
the chancellor's cat. She has been stoned to the election of the editors and managers of the
Take your uniforms to Blumenthal's and have
them cleaned for $1.50. He will make you a
new hat cheaper than you can buy one ready
annual to be published '93-4. About sixty-five
members of the class were present. The first im
portant measure was a resolution to expel the
gallant )$'s who had enme in to see the fun.
The report of the committee who had been ap
pointed to investigate somewhat the policy of the
Prof. Caldwell made a careful survey recently hQQ luumjer 0f editors, etc., was adopted,
of books needed for the American History de- i?ignt associate editors were recommended, two
partment. A good many are to be added j)US;ness managers and two editors in chief. The
s,lortlv- class elected for editors-in-chief, YVelden and
Next to Prof. Hunt's John Holland Fountain Searson; for business managers, Reed and Weavw.
Iiib, the most effective character corrupter that for associates, Misses Black, Cather, Bridge and
we know of is a cheap John bicycle. Ye riders, Gere, Mcssis. Lyon, Nusz, Oberlies and Forbes.
what say ?
The Cadets experienced the most rigid exami
nation of the season last Saturday. Major Ham
ilton, who inspected the batallion, seemed well
pleased with its general appearance.
There is considerable enthusiasm among the
Cadets over the encampment. The Nebraska
City people have been kind enough to offer $250
for the pleasure of entertaining the batallion, and
this offer, being the most generous, has won the
prize. Tt is the desire of the commandant and
batallion that every cadetr attend the encamp
ment. A very successful concert was given by the
music department of the University Wednesday
evening, May d. Among the numbers more
especially prominent were the piano duet by Mrs. George Ilea n.
Miss Winnifred Stevens gave a very enter
taining card party on the evening of May 3d.
to several of her university and other friends.
The evening was spent in playing progressive
I1M1 five. There were five tables and the change
from one to the other was quite rapid. About
,1-30 refreshments were served consisting of ice
cream and cake. Miss Evalina Rolofson aided
Miss Stevens in entertaining. The royal was
won by Miss Mae Haberlan, the booby by Mr.
Chas F. Stroman. Those in attendance were
Misses Winnie Stevens, Myrtle Barnes, Ava How
ard Nellie Gable. Vera Gardiner, Mae Haber
lan,' Winnie Hewn, Bertie Hearn, Lou.se Lee,
Evalina Rolofson; Messrv Covd. lzey, stroman,
Tallmadge, Carl Sill, (has. Fleming. Branthwa.te,
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