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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1894)
Miss Zadie Ferguson, formerly of '96, is in
school again this year.
Miss Georgia Case, a former student, is in
schoool again this year.
Professor Hussey has accepted a position in
the Chicago University.
The thirty-five students from Ashland talk of
forming an "Ashland club."
Red Cloud has another representative in the
University, Miss Nellie West.
Fred Hyde will enter the Columbian College
of Law at Washington, D. C.
George McBeath, '96, has accepted a position
in the Dakota City high school.
Class of '94: Nicholson, Beecher and Hiltner
are posting and assisting in chem.
Mr. McClave, a former member of '95, is in
school again after a year's absence.
Miss Town is posting at the Uni., as are also
Miss Helen Bain and Mary Edwards.
If it were not so trite we would say something
about the many attempts at mustaches.
Miss Selma Welden is attending the ladies'
seminary at Liberty, Missouri, this year.
Professor Fossler was compelled to give up his
classes last Thursday on account of sickness.
The Pope boys of Red Cloud failed to come
back. They are teaching in Webster county.
Porter Sherman will deliver a lecture before
the Pol. Econ. club next Wednesday night.
There are some fifteen or sixteen more geology
students than there are books to accommodate.
Mr. F. G. Hall spent the summer working for
Uncle Sam. He took care of the Verdon post
office. Mr. Avery, of '93, is posting in Germany for
his M. A. He is given full credit for his Uni.
Norman S. Richard is back in school again
and if we may, judge by his countenance glad to
There is a rare hibiscus in bloom at the green
house which the gardener takes pleasure in ex
hibiting. Miss Frances Morton, formerly of '95, has re
turned to school. She has been teaching at
J. W. Searson, of '95, has accepted the prin-
cipalship of the Weeping Water high school for
0. S. Anderson, of '94, leaves this week for
Chicago where he will take a course in the divin
Oscar Bowman, of '94, spent the summer in
the Niobrara valley collecting for the geological
Thursday Professor Edgren forgot to come to
class much to the delight of those not having
The senior class is rejoicing over the announce
ment that they are not required to deliver their
orations this year.
Mr. Pollard, of the class of '93, is now farming
but intends to take part in politics this fall. He
is a good republican.
The class of '95 to determine the momentous
question of gowns and mortar boards. Mr Lyon
was elected president.
Mr. Eager runs for legislature on the populist
ticket. His biography and picture may be seen
in the Wealth Maker.
The general crop failure is bringing many nev
students to the University, as there is little work
for them to do at home.
The new bells give no uncertain sound, so
doubtless every student will now prepare himself
for the battle of recitation.
Will Sawyer, of the electrical course of '94, has
a lucretive position in the electrical works of
New Haven, Connecticut.
Miss Maude Laflerty, formerly of '96, who has
been teaching the past year, has returned to com
plete her University course.
Frank Fisher, who formerly swung the editorial
quill on this paper, is visiting in New York, on
his way home from Europe.
Luther Overstreet, formerly of '96, but now of
the United States navy, spent a few days visiting
with friends at the University.
Norman Richards, formerly of '95, who has
been teaching in York county for the past two
years, is again in the University.
Professor Wilson carries a new elective in
Latin this year, and as a consequence he is com
pelled to drop his work in Hebrew.
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