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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1896)
Professor Swezey will lecture at Exeter
next Friday evening.
Work on the tennis courts on the west
side of the campus will soon bo begun. Four
new courts will be put in. The association
will spend about a hundred dollars in fixing
up the grounds.
The following promotions were made in
the batallion last week: To be seargents
cadet privates. S. W. Pinkerton and G. N.
Shrove; to be corporals, cadet privales,C. W.
Weeks, L. J. Belknap, A. A. Bischoff, C.
B. Norton and W. S. Heitzman.
Dr. 0. F. Lambertson, dentist. Special
rates to students. 1207 O street.
E. Fleming, 1224 O street, practical
watchmaker, jeweler and engraver. All re
pair work promptly attended to. Glasses
fitted, correcting the most difiicult sight.
At a class meeting held Friday, Feb. 28,
Mr. Turner was elected president of the
freshman class to fill the vacancy caused by
Mr. Pearson's resignation.
At the beginning of this semester Miss
Tremain referred her English history class to
"Hall's Chronicle of English History."
Shortly after one of the memberss . of the
class appeared at the librarian's desk and
asked if she would please find "Hall's
Chronic History" for him.
Subscribers who have not yet paid their
subscription to Thk UKsi'KiciANare requested
to do so.
Students! Ho you know that you ought to
have your pictures taken? The Elito Studio
is still ready to give you the best work at
the lowest prices. 220 South 11 th street.
Dental parlors of Dr. Hodgman over Har
ley's. Reduced price to students.
Any student who expects to make up
work at the Lincoln Normal University can
cave money by oocing tho managers of this
All students who desire to drink only the
latest drinks will go to Rector's, cornor 12th
and N streets.
LAW 80HOOL LOCALS.
A. W. Martin tried a case at Havelock
last weok and obtained an interlocutory
"Dean" Gardner contemplates changing
his profession from law to painting.
The sophomore class met last Friday for
the purpose of electing a board of editors for
the Junior Annual. After the reading of
the minutes, they proceeded at once to the
election of the board, which resulted in tho
selection of tho following members: Editors-in-chief,
Messrs. McKay and Barron; busi
ness managers, Messrs. Pierson and Russel;
associate editors, Messrs. Axling, Lunn,
True, Morrison, Burget, Wiggenhorn, Bel
nap, and Misseo Wilkinson, Tuttlo and Gore;
artists, Messrs. Barber, Culver and Misses
Wycoff and Lytic. The ticket elected is a
strong one and seems to give entire satis
frction to the class.
Justice practice commences in about two
weeks. Meanwhile some of the boys have
been holding mook courts on their own
responsibility. Last Friday a case was tried
before Justice Y. E. Wilson. Birch and
Matthors appeared for tho plaintiff, and
Warner and Castor for defondant. Need
less to say judgment was rendered for
Tho Law school organized a republican
club last Thursday evening. W. V. Hoag
land called tho meeting to order and J. L.
Stephens was elected temporary president.
After tho adoption of a constitution perma
nent officers wore elected as follows: Pres
ident, D. L. Killen; first vice-president,
A. J. Abbott; second vice-president, L. 0.
Day; secretary, G. M. Castor; treasurer,
0. L. Wilson. As a delegate to tho conven
tion in Chicago during tho month of April,
A. J. Weaver.
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