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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1893)
'92. Tlieopliilo Brugger is teaching school
Miss Jennio Sargent, a former student, is
teaching at Panama, Nob.
Miss Frances Morton, a former student, is
teaching school at McCook.
'93. Jas. J. Sayer is now in the employ
of North & Co., of this city.
'90. F. F. Almy is professor of Physics
in Iowa College, at Grinnell.
Miss Anna Day, formerly of the class of
'95, is teaching near Beatrice.
'93. Juergen Albers is Instructor in
Mathematics in the University.
'92. 0. M. Skiles is running for county
superintendent of Cass county.
'93. F. J. H. Larson is studying law at
his uncle's law office in Chicago.
Miss J. Bell Corbin, a last year's student,
is teaching near Bertrand, Neb.
Samuel Pinkerton, a last year's student,
is teaching near Box Elder, Neb.
'92. Miss Getuer is teaching with great
success in the Lincoln High School.
'93. R. H. Johnson is a student in the
Law Department of the University.
'91. Samuel Avery is an assistant in the
Chemical Department of the University.
Jesse Yont, one of last year's noted foot
ball players, is spending the fall at his home.
'93. Miss Groat, on her way home from
the World's fair, spent several days in Lin
coln. L. L. Funke, who was a student in the
Uuiversity last year, is teaching at Pickrell,
Miss Mabel Barton, a former student of
the University, is at her home in Grand Is
land. '92. L. E. Troyer, is attending the Theo
logical school of the Chicago University this
Randolph McNitt and "Win. Ducher, for
mer students, visited the University last
'92. James Boyd MpDonald is in the of
gce of ' his uncle, Ex-Governor Boyd, of
'93. E. M. Pollard visited the Univer
sity last week. He is now teaching in Ne
hawka. '93. Chas. F. Stromim is teaching at
Ulysses, and is a candidate for county super
intendent. '89. Rev. D. D. Forsyth has been re
appointed pastor of the M. E. Church at
'89. Rev. Fifer has begun his third year's
work as pastor of the Emmanuel M. E.
'84. Mrs. Eggert, (nee Annie D. Al
drich), is living at The Cleveland, Cleveland
Miss Smatlan, who was a faithful student
of the University for two years, is at her
home, Schuyler, Neb.
F. A. Rockhold, a former student of the
University, was circulating among his friends
in Lincoln last week.
"W. W. Sinclair, one of the heavyweights
of last year's foot bafl team, is near Ban
croft, Neb., teaching school.
Roscoe A. Barnes, a last year's student,
has returned to the Wesleyan University,
where he will graduate in '94.
Miss Fannie Byerly, who attended the
University a year ago, is teaching in the
High School of Bloomington, Nob.
'89. 0. W. Bigelow visited the Univer
sity October 7 to see Prof. Caldwell con
cerning post graduate work in history.
'91. A. M. Troyer is taking post gradu
ate work in the University and is playing on
ttyo foot ball team. We call that patriotism.
'91. Jas. W. McCroBky is posting in
electrical engineering at. Johns Hopkins this
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