The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, April 23, 1894, Page 10, Image 10
10 THE HESPERIAN LOCAL. H. S. Lord is in town again. Pedigree on tap, inquire of Mallalulu. Did you notice Tallmadgo always bobs up serenely? J. W. Morrow visited his homo in Bloom ington last week. Ida Booncll '01, now of Chicago, visited the University yesterday. Miss Watson entertained the Unions at her home some time ago. Miss Margaret Prey ' is rivaling her uncle Lchmer of oldin whistling. Young Price wont up to Omaha Monday, to see Kelly and his immortal army. The new members are to give the pro gram 'at the Union Friday night. A splendid collection of red seaweed has been received in the botanical department. The batallion drill before the Board of Regents was a fine exhibition of military skill. Messrs. Hart and Walker entertained friends at their room at the Ideal Hotel last Saturday. Chancellor Canfield visited Syracuse and Auburn inspecting the schools and lecturing last week. Prof. Fling was absent part of last week working among the high schools in the in terest of history. Mr. F. F. Tucker attended the District. Convention of the Christian Endeavor Asso ciation at Hastings. Mr. Mallalilu will fittingly celebrate Char ter Day by placing his family tree on exhi bition on the campus. The Union society has granted the State Medical society the use of their hall during their annual meetings in the first part of May. Prof. Adams was absent from his classes v last week. Ho was visiting the schools of Odell with the idea of raising the standard of their work. Miss Becker, who has been absent from school for the past year, is again with us and expects to graduate with the present Sophomore class. Mr. Young, editor of Christian Advocate of St. Louis, visited the University, Tues day, April 10, and conducted Chapel ser vicer that morning. The outgoing and incoming officers of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. wore enter tained at the home of F. F. Tucker, Saturday evening the 7th. Misses Lewis and Marsland, and Messrs. Barber, Reed and Manlev went home with Etta Gray to spend their vacation. A very enjoyable time was reported by all. Tho Annual went to press on Monday. The printers expect to get it out near the first of May. It is hoped that they will, for tho students are getting anxious to see the book. Tho joint program of tjio literary socieites will take place Saturday evening June 9. arrangements are being made for one of tho best programs over presented in tho University. About 150 students went out to Cotner to hear the joint debate on "Sectarian vs State Education. '? The debate was a lively one and, needless to say, state education had loyal support. On Thursday evening tho 5th tho out" going officers of tho Palladian Society tendered tho incoming officers and the society a reception at the home of Miss Grace Thompson. Hon. G. M. Lambertson recently delivered a lecture before tho Political Economy club on Money from the Stand point of Gold. Mr. Lambertson showed clearly wherein Mr. Bryan was wrong. A Girls' Glee Club has been organized. Some of tho best musical talent of the Uni versity is interested in the organization and there seems io bo a chance that it will be something more than an organization.