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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1893)
winter. In tho spring ho will return to the
electrical works of tho "Westinghouse com
pany, of which he has charge.
A. P. Libley, who was an industrious stu
dent of the University for three years, is now
principal of the High School at Elk Creek.
'93. Paul Pizoy returned from his ex
tended eastern trip October 3. He will
spend several days at his home, Dakota
City, and then enter the Law Department of
June fourteenth, 1892, Miss Hattio Y.
Ruliffson was married to Mr. Waldo Harris.
Both the bride and groom are old students
of the University. They were active mem
bers of the Union society, and are well
known among all college circles. As stu
dents they were among the most superior,
and socially they were popular and blessed
with many friends. They now reside in
Oberlin, where Mr. Harris occupies tho
chair of biology in Oberlin college.
C. C. Marlay is in Chicago.
Miss Alice Hawes is in Chicago.
C. F. Tucker leaves for Chicago to-day.
Ernest Houghton left for Chicago Octo
Prof. Edgren has offered a now elective in
Miss Graham is very dangerously ill with
Tho Camera Club starts out with bright
prospects this year.
Roscoe Cather, of Red Cloud, is visiting
his sister, "Willa Cather.
October 6, the Sigma Chis gave a dancing
party in their new rooms.
Paul Pizey has returned from tho East and
is posting in tho law school.
October 1, tho mother of Miss Jessie and
Miss Bertha Law died at her home on M
and Thirtieth street.
See tho Hesperian's prize offer and try
litoraturo for tho cash there is in it.
Miss Elizabeth "Wilder visited hor sistors,
Misses Kato and Annio "Wilder, October 1.
Tho editors of the '94 annual met on
Thursday, October 5, to arrange their work.
New signs have boon placed upon tho
various buildings for the benefit of the un
initiated. C. L. Tallmadgo, business manager of tho
Hesperian, is laid up with typhoid fever at his
home in Geneva.
Some time later in the month, Professor
Barbour intends going to Chicago to pur
chase some of tho leavings of tho great Fair
for our museum. "
Dr. Edwards, a former student and now a
practicing physician, was nominated by tho
democratic convention for coroner. Every
student should assist him.
Prof. Menzendorf seems much pleased
with the prospects of his Junior Orchestra.
Their practice has just begun with about fif
teen members, as many as last year, and
there is a possibility of a larger number by
tho end of tho year,
The clearing of tho courts and marking out
of the lines, assures us that tennis playing
will not be one of the lost arts during tho
coming year. Tho reorganized Tennis Asso
ciation starts in with twelve members who
intend to devote their leisure to scientific
The Hesperian wishes to explain tho un
fortunate laundry sign which decorated its
office door some days ago. Tho Hesperian
has not resorted to taking in washing yet,
oven for tho Athletic Association. The sign
was a mistake, and we are sorry that it orna
mented our door for' a fow hours.
Tho musical spirit of the University seoms
to bo unusually buoyant this fall. Ono of
tho latest and most successful ventures in
that lino is a ladies' mandolin club. First
mandolins, Miss Lucy Griffith and Miss
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