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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1896)
The names of Misses Monroe and'O'Snlli
van and Messrs. Morse and Vanvalcn were
proposed for membership in Union society
ThcBotanieal department has just receivod
two boxes of specimens, one from Florida
which contained several species of soa-wood.
the other from Sand witch Island, containing
several rare species of Eerns.
The Republican club met last Saturday
night and eloctod the following officers: R.
S. Baker, president; Mr. Spencer, vice-president;
E. T. Sullivan, socretary-treasnrer;
C. E. Maston, sorgeant-at-arms. A. W.
Martin was elected delegate to the American
Republican College League which meets in
Chicago August 3rd, and Jonas Lien was
chosen aB delegate to the National League of
Republican clubs. The club endorsed Mc
Kinley for president.
The Hesi'Euian is glad to announce that
Prof. A. M. "Wilson will have charge of the
Department of Latin in the summer school
at Chautauqua, N. T. The work is planned
in three lines:
Firsts an elementary course for beginners
and those desiring a thorough review.
Second) advanced work, orribracing stu
dies in Oresar and Vergil.
Third) a teachers' conference.
The students are -well pleased that Prof.
"Wilson's eurnestness, ability, and msrhods
of teaching are thus rocognizod.
Resolutions passed by the Medical Society
of the State University, Wednesday, March
Whereas, God in hiB all seeing wisdom
has called from among us W. 0. Hall, a
former .much loved and respoctod student
and member of our society;
WhorouB, we mourn the loss of a former
;uctivo and beloved classmate.
Resolved, that wo take this method of ex
pressing our lovo and respect to hisnuemory.
Resolved, thut these irosolutions ibeiplneod
upon our irocords, and published lin 1theeol
W. H. IDearing, of Plattsmoufh, called at
the University last week.
The Delian Iboys "will give a special pro
gram in the near future.
Go to Rector's for your hot soda.
Married Tuesday March 10, Chester L.
Tallmadge to Miss Carrie Castor, at tthe
residence of the bride's parents in this city.
Mr. Tallmadge was -a member of the '95
class of college of law and Miss Castor .a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Castor.
Their many University friends unite in
ILAW BOIIOOL ILO0AI.S.
Judge Good lectured on Limitations last
Wednesday and Thursday.
Birch & Matthews have disolvod partner
ship for -want of clientage.
C. L. and D. L. Wilson defended Erod
Douglas in police court last "week. Douglas
-was charged with various crimes. Of course
he was acquitted.
(C. H. Paul, class -of '5)5, hasiroceivod the
nomination on the republican 'ticket for
police judge at St. Paul, Neb.
The Maxwell club elected officers Satur
day evening, March 7, as follows: Presi
dent, J. L. Smith; Vice-President, J. M.
Rogers; Socrotury, 'George Rissor; Treas
urer, E. T. Sullivan; Seurgont at Arms, E.
A visit to the Maxwell club last Suturduy
evening bIiowb that organization to bo in a
flourishing condition. It would seem (that
the debate with the U. B. D. C. has given
the Maxwell boys a sense of their own
importance for they are carrying -chips on
flioir shoulders and are constantly on the
look-out for scalps.
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