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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1895)
J. E. Leyda, class of '95, visited the de
partment one day last week. Ho is dictat
ing briefs at Fall City, Neb.
The department enjoyed a three days
vacation last week. This was to allow the
boys to go home and usave the country."
II. H. Wilson was absent last Tuosday,
trying a case in York county. Whenever
ho is not present the class chooses one of
its own members to preside.
A. J. Weaver made several campaign
speeches in Richardson county. It is need
less to say that the republicans carried
everything down there, thanks to Art's
Mr. Placok of the Junior class gave a
new definition for a bankrupt, he says "a
bankrupt is one who owes more than ho has. ' '
According to this there must bo several
bankrupts in school.
Action was recently taken by the Max
well club, providing for an open session the
last meeting of each term. All the boys
are to bring their wives and sweet hearts,
and outsiders are cordially invited.
A. A. Hatch was in the city last week,
lie is now at Hayes Center, Nebraska, but
'contemplates moving further west in a month
or two. He was wearing a silk hat and
looked as though he posossed a profitable
The Dean was out of town and Mr. Rob
bins had charge of tho class in Elementary
Law. Mr. Robbins "Here is the Dean's
lecture; it is not typo written. The mem
bers of the class will have access to it when
they are dismissed."
Tho Maxwell club met in regular session
last Saturday night. The chief business of
the evening was the adoption of a new con
stitution. Tho boys showed their enthusiasm
for everything pertaining to parliamentary
practice by making motions, proposing
amendments and raising points of or'dor.
Mr. Castor the president remained 'cool
through it all, ruling with an impartial hand.
To show their appreciation for his fairness
tho members of the club passed tho follow
ing resolution: uBo it resolved that a vote of
thanks be extended to Mr. Castor for tho
efficient manner in which he presided over
the club to-night" Some slight changes
wore made in tho constitution, tho principal
one "eing with regard to officers. Here
after the election will bo hold at the begin
ing of each term instead of every four weeks.
The Junior law students class organization
was effected Saturday morning 11-9-95.
The following officers wore elected for tho
first term. Mr. Win, Hayward, president,
M. F. Manvill, vice-president, D. S. Wilson,
secrotary, G. H. Rissor, sorgoant at arms,
and B. Coleman, treasurer. "Dad" told
the class that he worked hard for others that
his namo might bo presented for so import
ant an office, which is a plausible oxcuso for
rules advanced bearing on organizations of
'ArisrroK (to guide) Who is that young
man 1 He stops as high as though he wore
Guide (carelessly) Oh, he's a cadet
captain; tho now uniforms havo come.
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