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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1893)
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93. E. 0. Saunders is posting iu Botany.
Mr. Jasper Hunt is teaching near Bennett,
Air. Woods lectured on Vegetable Trap
pers in Crete last week.
Proctor Knot, a former studeut, was up
to see the foot-ball game.
H. S. Lord paid a brief visit to his Uni
versity friends on his return from the fair.
"We are glad to learn that Miss Bridge is
so much improved after her painful sickness.
Prof. Easterday recently returned from
Chicago, where he has been for the past two
Miss Cora Lyons, of the class of '92, is
assistant principal of the high school at Ne
Thompson, the optician, can fit you out in
spectacles better than anybody in the city.
1241 O street.
Miss Anna Wilder entertained some of
her friends at the home of Miss Ellen Smith,
Last Sunday several of our renowned Nim
rods were out duck shooting.o Several car
loads were secured.
Frank Graham was summoned home Sat
urday by a telegram announcing the serious
illness of his mother.
Hob. Hiltner, '94, after a long seige of
rheumatism, is again able to be out, and will
now take up regular work.
The Delian Freshmen promise a program
of surprising attractiveness in the near fu
ture. You had better wait for it.
If your eyes trouble you don't delay, but
go to Thompson, the optician, at once. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. 1241 O street,
W. M. Johnston made a trip to Kansas
City on the 4th to make arrangements for
the Missouri game, and to attend to associa
A banjo club is one of the now musical
organizations of the University. Mr.
Beecher ie president, and a prosperous fu
ture is assured.
On the evening of November 3rd, the
Delians were favored with a visit from John
Marshall, who delivered one of his charac
The Delian Society has taken in ten new
members this year. This addition to the
working fore of the society has given it a
stronger vitality than ever.
J. G. Yont, one of last year's foot ball
stars, has returned to school. Of course he
will play foot ball again, and will be found
in liis old place in the line.
Died. On Friday, November 10, at St.
Elizabeth's Hospital, Miss Ida B. Hager.
She was from Bloomington, this state, and
belonged to the class of '99.
Miss Gertie Garver, a former student of
the University, was married Tuesday even
ing, November 7th, to Mr. Lewis Seaton, at
her home in Pecotonica, 111.
Gus Chapman made his regular annual at
tempt to break the Union Society record for
"bringing out" the largest number of co-eds
on Friday evening, November 3.
Prof. Ward went out Saturday to make a
scarcity in the duck supply. However, either
his conscience or his skill would not allow
him to kill any, and he returned empty
handed. The writer wishes to protest against the
very common mispronunciation among the
students of the word semester. The accent
is on the second syllable according to Web
On Friday, the law students received two
lectures from Hon. John 0. Watson, of Ne
braska City. The lectures were on criminal
law. The embryo lawyers, of course, en
joyed them; they had to. But anyway, the
lectures were very interesting and highly instructive.
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