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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1893)
Professor Adams was ill last week.
A boys' banjo club is the latest addition ,
to University music.
Prof. Ward attended the reunion at Wil
liams College this month.
Mrs. L. E. Troyer, formerly of '95, is
studying medicine in Chicago.
Miss Louise Pound has again resumed her
work in the department of English.
A. P. Libbey, formerly a student in the
University, visited Lincoln last week.
The University band did some good ad
vertising work for the foot ball game Satur
day. October 11 the Botanical Seminar cele
brated their seventh birthday with pie and re
joicing. R. W. Thatcher and W. E. Kirke left for
the "World's Fair via the Rock Island last
A delegation of about a hundred students
went down to meet the Baker boys Friday
Capt. F. F. Tucker has returned from a
two weeks' visit at the World's Columbian
oyster supper to the Kangaroo club in return
for past favors and entertainments.
Miss Conklin's German Conversation Club
is reported to be progressing at an astonish
ing rate. It meets Friday evenings.
G. H. Risser entered school Monday. He
has been spending the summer visiting with
the "Four Hundred" in New York.
The new University pins are striking and
unique. The design is a pennant in white
and crimson with U. of N. on it in gold.
J. Nornion Shrove and Chas. C. Engberg,
last year's students, have returned from their
homes in Fremont, and will again take up
The Philomathian society has closed down
for repairs. The real cause was the lack of
suitable rooms, this making it impossible to
build up a strong society.
Miss Mabel Barton, a former student, was
married at her home in Grand Island Oc
tober 13 to Charles J. Slater, of Lincoln.
Their home is at 2507 P street.
The Palladian Boys1 Debating club has
reorganized for the fall term. Mr. Benedict
was elected president, Mr. Walker secretary.
New students are invited to the club, which
meets Saturday evenings.
Geo. R. Cullen, who has been working in The m08t artistic things seen about the
the vineyard of Uncle Sam this summer, has nal1 tnis vear are tue Union programmes.
Friday, October 21, Chancellor and Mrs.
Oantield entertained the faculty at their
home, 1522 S street.
The Union and Delian societies will both
They are in every way seemly, artistic, and
fair to look upon. The Unions have an
artist in their ranks somewhere.
Some 'University Pins" are now on sale
at Brown's. The design is quito neat, and,
adjourn Friday evening, the 10th,on account although tllG 8Wlrlet if brown, and the cream
of the Palladian concert.
Greatly to thG satisfaction of Miss Conk
lin and her students new blackboards have
been put up in room 30.
Capt. Fred Olemments has re-entered the
is very thin, the pins will, probably, be
quite generally worn. If they are tho best that
can be secured, everyone should wear one.
The large attendance of both faculty and
students at Ingersoll's lecture on Shake-
University after completing a fifteen davs' .. 0u i L ,
,, , T , n. " speare speaks volumes for the taste and en
hghtenment of tho University public. A
It is said that Mr. M will give an great deal might bo written and said about
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