The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, February 15, 1895, Page 12, Image 14

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The freshmen have postponed the choos
ing of a class pin.
Oscar Woods, a last year's student, visited
the University last week.-
Hoy Marshall visited Weeping Water
friends examination week.
Prof. House was not able to attend his
classes the early part of the week.
Miss Johnson, formerly of the class- of
'94, is visiting friends in the city.
Lieut. Pershing and sister, from Texas,
aro hero for a visit of a couple of weeks.
Miss Treat is in the city. She is thinking
of resuming her work in the University.
"No Nkhkaskan this week. (Editor's
flunked.)" As if we didn't know it, Riley!
Miss Wort returned from Peru, to take up
her work with the beginning of the semester.
A number of classes were excused last
Monday at 5 o'clock, on account of faculty
Mrs. Ohas. Cathor, of Red Cloud, was
visiting her daughter, Willa, for a few days
last week.
H. S. Lord, '93, is spending a few days
at the University. JMr. Lord has been at
Fort Custer, Mont., with a surveying party.
Feb. 8 the Delians had a Holmes pro
gram. One of the pleasing features of the
evening was a debate upon the merits of the
University cavalry.
Geo. Campen, an old U. of N. student,
was married at Hillsdale, Mich., during the
Xmas holidays. He is at present deputy
city engineer of Lincoln.
Will 0. Hall, assistant in the zoological
laboratory, has been compelled to leave
school oii account of poor health. Mr'. Orr
takes his place in the laboratory.
' The reception held at Prof. Caldwell's,
shortly before the examinations, wasin.cvery
way delightful, and will long continue to bo
a pleasant memory to those present.
Many University professors and students
attended the Mendelssohn anniversary exer-'
cises, given by the University Conservatory
at tho Universalist Church, Sunday, Fdb. 3.
A meeting of the Omaha Club was held
Wednesday afternoon. A committee was
appointed to confer with the chancellor and
offer the assistance of the club in securing
legislation favorable to tho University.
Tho students of the medical association
had a social gathering Fob. 1, at the homo
of Miss Horn. The meeting was held in
honor of Air. U. C. Hall, who has boon"
obliged to stop school.
Tho Unions wore anxious not to be' out
done, so that Saturday night tho irate street
car driver had another body of students to
take out to Oak creek, in spito of tho fact
that ho had sworn "He'd never do so any
Examinations are bad for tho best of us,
and, to say tho least, are very uncomforta
ble, unless one is blessed with a contented
spirit. Such a one is reported. Ho had.
flunked in everything but chapel, but got
conditioned in that.
Friday, Fob. 1, the Palladians and Deli
ans had a skating party in place of the or
dinary literary programs. Everyone en
joyed their skate, though some fow had a
sad time finding tho ice. It is surprising
how students will climb up perpendicular
banks, jump ditchcB and wade snowdrifts
for a fow minutes skating.