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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1896)
Let's nil go to Doane and take in the
debate the 25th.
Notice the ad, on upper half of page next
to front reading matter.
Earnest Pollard and Miss Maude Rose
were married last "Wednesday evening in
The lots have been chosen for the Nebraska-Kansas
debate. Nebraska will de
bate the negative.
The Christian Endeavor Society of the
Episcopal chnrcli begins at G:45 o'clock
every Sunday evening.
Auy student who expects to make up
work at the Lincoln Normal University can
save money by seeing the managers of this
E. Fleming, 1224 O street, practical
watchmaker, jeweler and engraver. All re
pair work promptly attended to. Glasses
fitted, correcting the most difficult sight.
A leap year party was given by Ned and
Doc Abbott at the Asylum, Wednesday
evening. The following students of the
University attended: Misses Smoyer, New
branch, O'Sullivan, Melick, Friel, Selly,
and 'Messrs. Cameron, Hull, Shrevc, Van
valen and Allen.
The second joint debate between Doane
college and the U. B. D. C. will be held in
Crete, April 25. The question for debate
is, resolved "That too much is made of pre
cedent in the judicial decisions of the United
States.1"' The Union boys have the negative
and will be represented by Messrs. Baker
Barr, Magnire and McGuffey.
The Palladian society elected the follow
ing officers for the spring term: President,
N. L. Pollard; Vice-President, June Smails;
Recording Secretary, Anna Burrows; Assis
tant Recording Secretary, John Boose;
Corresponding Secretary, Henry Tucker;
Music Secretary, Jessie Stanton; Treasurer,
S. J. Corey; Sergeant at Arms, "W. J,
Hunting. To fill vacancy on Hesperian
'board, E. A. Moore.
X.AW SCHOOL LOCALS.
A. J. Weaver, A. W. Martin, D. L.
Kill en and W. V. Hoagland attended the
American Repnblicap College League at
Chicago the third of this month. "Ajax-"
was elected first vice-president, Martin was
appointed on the committee on resolutions,
and Killen on the committee on league
work. Chas. E. Mastou was appointed
commander of the 10th district, comprising
Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming and the two
Dakotas. Messrs. Martin and Weaver re
turned Sunday, Killen and Hoagland re
maining behind to visit with friends a few
Married March 18, Mr. Eugene Jones
to Miss Lottie Spooner, Mr. Jones was for
a time a member of the class of '9G, and
Miss Spooner was stenographer for Talbot,
Bryan fc Allen. They have taken up their
residence in Kansas City, Mo., where the
groom is practicing law. Also, Thursday
evening, April 2nd, J. A. Abbott to Miss
Nellie Anderson. Miss Anderson is one of
Lincoln's most highly respected society
ladies, and "June" is one of the most prom
ising members of the class of '90. The
best wishes of a host of University friends
go with both couples.
The Maxwell Club has completed arrange
ments for a join debate with the P. B. D. C.
Rob't. Williams was visiting with his
brother W. L. some time ago.
E. T. Sullivan was called home Monday
morning by the serious illness of a brother.
It is rumored that Mr. Piper, usually of a
peaceful disposition, lias declared himself to
be "war-like." Is it possible that this is
due to his too close study of "Planti Cap.
Hear the Doane owl!
From the results of the last municipal election
we infer that irrigation will not bereafter be
employed in the office of police judge. s
This column is always desirous of correcting
erroneous impressions. The latest associated
press dispatches inform us authoratively that not
R. S. Baker but Major William McKinley is to
be the presidential nominee of the coming
republican national convention.
A CO-ED OUSERVATION.
You swear by me whatever 1 do,
You say you love me still;
You're working me for tickets to
The girls' gymnasium drill.
Now, Weaver, when 1 heard how you,
With haughty shout, defiant mien,
IHad rescued that brave college crew
From bondage and the old 'machine,'
1 wislied to pat you on the back,
And crown your brow with laurels (green;
I, too, can figbt for party, but
1 will not grind the old 'machine.''
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