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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1896)
Miss Maragot'Q'Oonnoll 'Imb returned to
her classes after a weed's illness.
"We are sorry to hoar that Miss Kittie
Shackolton is confined to her rooms by
Dr. Cord spoke at Geneva last week
before the farmers institute.
Otto Meier is preparing a paper for the
journalism class on the government of the
Students! Do you know that you ought. to
have your pictures taken? The Elite Studio
is still ready to give you the best work at
the lowest prices. 220 South 11th street.
Students! You should know that Ode
Rector's soda fountain has started full-blast.
"Wihidh will you have, hot or cold.
0. A. Fisher has boon appointed assistant
in the Geological department.
'Overheard in Fling's Europoan history
class. Student commenting on a quotation
from Thucydides: "This shows the heart
lessness of the Democracy in putting a man
to death during his absonce."
All students expecting to attend the con
test at Doane are requested to moot Thurs
day evening in the chapel to practice songs
The P. G. D. C. mot on Friday evening
with full attendance. The dobators wore
Miss Bullock and Miss Smails. They gave
a very interesting discussion of Phi Batta
Kappa. Mr. Wilson has left the city so the
Parliamentary drill will be discontinued
for 'the present.
E. K. Guthrie, 1540 0 street, the reliable
biqyclo man, can mond your wheel in rihort
'order and the right way. If you want a
Rambler call on him thcyh'o the best
ODho iprofs. all ride 'em.
Any student who expects to make up
work at the Lincoln Normal University can
(save money by seeing the managers of this
The twelfth annual session of the South
western Nebraska Educational Association
will bo hold in the chapel Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week. Some very prom
inent educators will speak.
The Delta Tau Delta fraternity gave an
informal dance last Friday evening at their
chapter house, 435 north 25th street.
MiBs Dempster gave a party Saturday
night in honor of Miss Ashbrook who is "visit
ing her. The Misses Dempster and Ash
brook were teachers at Geneva last year.
N. S. Ilarwood, president of the First
National bank will address the Political
Economy club Wodnesday evening on the
subject "Clearing Houses and IBank Oloar-
Chancellor McLean spoke at Friend last
week. His subject was "Education in Ne
braska and its Advantages."
Thad. Williams of Fairbury visited ihis
son W. L., a student of the law school, !last
Chancellor McLean will give an address at
the commencement oxorciBor of the Cotner
University Medical College which will occur
at the Funko March 18.
The English club gave a reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock, corner 16
and S streets, to Prof. Herbert Bates. A
largo bottle of rod ink and a pen, drapod tin
black wore presented to the Professor indi
cating the regret of his departure.
The many friends of Miss Lulu Burrows
will bo sorry to learn that she has loft'fhe
University for the romaindor of the year.
She is to teach in a school near Filley, her
former homo in Gage county. Miss Burrows
will be greatly raissod in the University as
she has been active in student enterprises of
all kinds. She waB one of the literary editors
of the Hksi'eician, and was also president
Y. "W. 0. A. "We are sorry to see Miss
Burrows go, and will be glad to welcome
her back next fall.
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