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and his wife her musical studies. Tns Hes
perian has heard several boys remark how
high Charlie carries his head this fall this
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The most interesting item of society news,
says the Wymorcanr is the reported marriage
of Mr. Charles Hinds, only son of Hon. E.
B. Hinds, and Miss Josephine Walker,
oldest daughter of Wm. Walker, a promi
nent farmer living north of Odell. Romance
is lent to the affair by the fact that the
young people were married at Lincoln, Ne
braska, where the young man is attending
school, without the knowledge of either of
their families, and were fairly started on the
road of double blessedness before any of
their numerous friends in thes vacinity had
any idea that such a proceediny was con
templated. Alumni and Old Students.
The dear Journal seems to be having an
awful time with the Williamses who are
graduates of the University. T. A. Williams
of Brook ings, South Dakota, a young man
who is making a name for himself among
botanists, apparently impresses the reporters
so strongly that they divide him into two
people, one of whom lives in Dakota and
the other in California, and one a graduate
in '87 and the other in '90. The real Tom
Williams belonged to the class of '89, one
of the best classes over graduated here, the
only one we know of which keeps up its
class organization has a yearly class
letter and a reunion every five years. Mr.
Williams classmates are . justly proud of
him. He was a strong student, a membei
of the Falladiau society and his success, be
ing based on hard work and real merit is an
honor to his class and to his alma mater.
If the Journal gets the rest of the Williams
tribe mixed up we'll try to set them straight.
They are all people with heads on them and
likely to make places for themselves in this
over-crowded world. -
Gloves at 100S O street.
The chancellor speaks at Edgar to-night.
Patronize Westerfield. Ho is up to date
on hair cutting.
P. G. D. C. was reorganized Friday, the
18th of October.
1.10 to Omaha and return November
2nd, via. the Burlington.
Dental parlors of Dr. Hodgman over Har
ley's. Reduced price to students.
Miss Ella McCrosky of Tecumseh was a
visitor at the University the first of this
Alice Hunter '05, is reporting for the
Journal and teaching a class in second year
All students who desire to drink only the
latest drinks will go to Rector's, corner 12th
and N streets.
The executive committee will meet No
vember 7 to accept the new library building
Orvillo Field '98, died of typhoid fever
October 27. He was a brother of Elizabeth
Field who graduated in S9.
All of the newest and latest novelties in
neckwear will be found at the Ewing Gloth
ing Co., 1115-1117 O street.
Notice the ad. on upper half of page next
to front reading matter. The question
asked is of historical interest.
Hugh La Master, '89, and B. L. of '91,
is up from Tecumseh. He is taking in the
races and the University on tho sido Hush
reports the law business flourishing.
The joint missionary meeting of Y. W.
and Y. M. C. A. last Sunday was well at
tended, there being about one hundred and
thirty present. Mr. F. F. Tucker, '94:, led
the meeting which a very spiritual one,
"Prayer for the Student Volunteer move
ment, " being the subject.
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