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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1896)
may "fan out" at any time. When Capt.
Pace calls "three strikes" on a man some
body will put that man's suit on, so if yon
don't get a place in the first game stay with
Oar tennis weather disappeared again, but
you had better get your racquet down, and
some new balls, for the first warm day the
nets are going up. The tennis courts will be
put up just west of the library building.
You had better attend the first meeting of
Miss Martha Burks, of Beatrice, visited
friends in the University last week.
Mrs. Mickey, of Osceola, Nebraska, spent
Sunday with her daughter, Miss Blanche.
Miss Chapel, who is teaching at Exeter
was home last week and attended the joint
J. W. Crabtrce read a paper entitled,
"Was Lincoln a Christian?" before the
Lancaster teachers1 association last Saturday.
W. Beed Dunroy has been appointed
organizer for the Knights and Ladies of
Patronize Westerfield. He is up to date
on hair cutting.
Removal Osborn's Old Book Store to
131 North 12th street.
Sec Dr. Hodgman for first-class dental
work at very low prices.
John linger, of Clay Center, had the mis
fortune to have a horse fall on his leg and
badly crush it last Friday.
Last week several of the University stu
dents attended the entertainment given by
the Woman's Christian Home at 527 South
The lecture that Prof. Fling read at India
napolis will be published in the proceedings
of the Political Science Association of the
Central state. The subject is "Mirabeau a
Victim of the letlrea de caelieV
Thos. Lunn preaches every Sunday at
Burr Sabin, of Beatrice, visited "Jim"
Burks last week.
Prof. Sherman will deliver his Chautauqua
lecture at Plattsmouth in the Dear future.
All second semester books can now be
had at the Co-Operative Book Store.
Notice the ad. on upper half of page next
to front reading matter.
E. R. Guthrie, 1540 O street, the reliable
bicycle man, can mend your wheel in short
order and the right way. If you want a
Rambler call on him they're the best
The profs, all ride 'em.
The Beta Thela Pi entertained at their
chapter house, 1023 H street, Saturday eve
ning, Feb. 22th. Dancing was the special
feature of the evening.
The graduating class of Ashland high
school has engaged Chancellor Maclean to
deliver the commencement address in June.
Supt. George Farley, of Cass county, has
secured Chancellor Mac Lean to give a lec
ture before the spring institute at Weeping
Water in the last week of March.
Prof. Fling will deliver an address before
the Alumni Association of the Falls City
high school in May.
Word was received yesterday by friends
in the city of the death of Will C. Hall, a
former student of the University and in
1893-1 an assistant in the zoological depart
ment. The committee on athletics is considering
the advisability of having a state field day
here in May. The committee is also endeav
oring to secure a coach from Harvard for
A good deal of interest is being taken in
athletics this spring. The boys are practic
ing base-ball every day in the armory.
Mrs. Manning's dramatic club will giyp
an entertainment at Eagle next Satarday
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