The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, January 22, 1896, Page 5, Image 5

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Delta u Feed.
In connection with their usual meeting
last Friday evening the Delian Society
enjoyed a social treat. After a short pro
gram of four numbers at Delian Hall the
members and friends of the society be
took themselves to the home of the Misses
Craig, wIhtg extensive preparations had
been made for their entertainment. Af
ter a social half hour in which strangers
became acquainted, the hostess distrib
uted papers with a few letters on each.
Two prizes were offered : one for the best
and one for the poorest sentence whieh
could be made using the letters given for
the first letter ef each word. Witty and
absurd sentences were constructed which
added to the merriment of the occasion.
The judges gave the first prize, a memen
to of the occasion inscribed with the
Mian yell, to Mr. Garrett. The booby
prize was won by Mr. Emerson- It was
a Hindi u i. ogg beater and labeled "a
thing to beat with."
iMreshniMits were served by the Misses
(,raig assisted by Misses Wiggins, Thome
mid Lniigor: niter which several appro
priate toasts wore responded to with Mr.
Weedy as toast muster. At a question-
hour the party broke up with feel
"W of gratitude to those who had
Planned fori hem so delightful an even
ts entertainment.
The Joint Debute.
A large audience assembled in Union
a" last Saturday evening to listen to
debate between V. B. D. 0. and four
PnflutatiW8 of Phi Kappa Delta from
"Gum Coll('
1'i'ogram was opened by a well
fuderea piano solo by Miss Joyce.
audi V 7 ' Harm8 C-F- her
written,A ,JfSof.l)oane argued for the
, !' en constitution and were opposed
MawJii , W Pla8' Knhlman, L A.
tu.,e uikII?. S. Baiter of tihe U. B.
The argument was logical throughout.
Our boys seemed to have the advantage
which long practice in debating secures.
At the close of the debate Mr. Kenagv
sang one of his popular songs. We hope
that the next debate will be as pleasant
and profitable.
College of Law Notes.
An awful stillness prevades the Max
well club headquarters.
.1. H. Kemp is again in school after an
absence of several weeks.
.). 1). Dennison was late in returning
after his holiday vacation. Was he snow
bound or was he spell-bound.
On Thursday I)r (Jrecn gave the first
of a series of ten lectures on medical
Last Friday, Chancellor Mae Lean no
tified the law school that he thought it
would be advisable for the Maxwell club
to suspend its sessions for the remainder
of the present semester. For the past
month or more each meeting which the
club has held has resulted in parliament
ary "scraps" between the Killen and
Abbot factions. It is to be hoped that
"all will be well" after this short spell of
Everything in tlie Leming retail stock
must be closed out by March 1st. Have
still a large line of books that must be
closed out. "The Luxury of Poetry"
Mcfteynolds, 5c. "Cassells National Li
brary" 5c. "First Lessons in Physiol
ogy" (Hutchinsons;, 10e. "Elements of
Geometry" (Ohlnoys), 25c. "Manual of
Gesture" (Bacon), 25j. "Handy Liter
al Translation," 25c. "Cassells Diction
ary," $1.00. Book straps, 5c and 10c
Pens, inks, pencils, tablets, paper, etc
Twc packages of 10c envelopes for 5c
500 dozen copy and drawing books at
15c and 25e per dozen. Everything must
be sold. J. E. Hpi;tz,
Sale of the Leming stock.