The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, October 16, 1893, Page 15, Image 15

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THE HESPERIAN
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Joseio Lolnnd; second mandolins, Miss Stella
Curtice and Miss Josophino Lottoridgo; gui
tars, Miss Helen Hoover and Miss May
Moore.
Thursday evening, October 3, the Y. M.
0. A. of this city gave a reception to all
Lincoln students in their building on 13th
and N. A largo number of students wore
present and overyoue reports a good time.
Chancellor Canfiold addrossod tho mooting
and the music was furnished by tho Univer
sity Quartette.
During tho summer, Miss Cora Smith and
Miss Louise Leo made an extensive botanical
survey of tho Platte river. They secured
over three hundred varieties of flowering
plants and a large number of sedges and
grasses which they have not yet classified.
Their work is highly commendatory of the
Fern. Som. Bot.
Tho degree of L. L. D. has recently been
conferred upon Chancellor Canfield. He was
the orator at the annual Alumni gathering of
Williams College, held last Tuesday at Wil
liam stown, Mass. Among other distin
guished Americans who received the same
honors with Chancellor Canfiold, are Henry
Cabot Lodge, President Gates, of Amherst,
and President Tucker of Dartmouth.
Fremont teachers took a lay oil' l.st
Wednesday night and embraced the oppor
tunity of visiting tho State University and
the city schools in Lincoln. There were no
less than thirty-five of tho force here, in
cluding Mr. Dan Miller, the superintendent,
and tho High School corps. Tho Hesperian
was glad to see among tho latter Miss Rose
E. Collins, who is now teaching latin and
literature.
While all tho other lines of University
work are starting with pleasant prospects,
tho Hesperian is glad to note that tho band
isbyno'means in tho rear. We learn that
there have been some eight or ton valuable
additions to tho membership, making the
total number twenty-six. Saroly,'with the
excellent training they are receiving, the U.
of N. band will oqual any collogo band in
the country within a short time.
We are glad to announce that a University
Glee Club has boon formed, and that tho or
ganization moans to do something more than
organize. They will devote their efforts
mainly to college songs, and contemplate
making a state tour this winter. Tho parts
are taken as follows: first tenor, R. O. Wil
liams and Ernest Houghton; second tenor,
Mr. Ricketts and Mr. Whaloy; first basses,
Chas. Jonep and C. F. Tucker; stcond bass
os, E. A. Gerrard and J. Cochran.
Lincoln people enjoyed a treat in the line
of .athletics last Tuesday, although tho game
the Bostons and All Americans put up at
Lincoln Park was somewhat of a farce,
still it is something to see the men that are
stars in their profession. Tho score by in
nings was as follows:
Bostons 20000100 03
All-Americans 10 10 110 2'' 6
Batteries, Stivetts and Ganzell; Carsey
and Kittridge. Time of game, one hour
fifty-fivo minutes.
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