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boautiful Dolsarto form Ajax is with us.
Could ovon the greediest Olivor Twist ask
for moro ? And yet there is more more
galore. As the chancellor casually remark
ed in chapel the other day: uIf I could
not bo a Weaver I would bo a Quaintance,"
and tho surging throng cheered tulmultous
ly. But Nebraska is not oven reduced to
such a choice glorious though it would be.
It is not a case of how happy we would bo
with either, but how happy wo aro with
both. For Hadley W. Quaintance is with
us. Ho will lond his presence and voice
and persuasive ways and active sympathy to
tho good work of snatching victory from tho
haughty southerners. And when Hadley W.
goes out after any prizo that depends on
linguistic attainments ho generally gathers
it in. Everybody who knows anything at
all knows that. And this time Quaintanco
is not only going after tho prize, ho is up
with it, has passed it, is alroady three fur
longs in advance of it and what ho doesn't
know about Switzerland and popular rights
isn't in tho books or magazines the librar
ian knows that.
Added to these tried and tempered war
riors there is an ornamental pieco of furniture
in tho person of ye humble scribe, whoso
good naturo and porsonal attractions will add
good form and eclat to tho occasion.
In all it will bo an event long to bo re
membered. It is to bo hoped that tho best
of preparations will bo at onco instituted so
that tho distinguished visitors may bo suit
ably received and pamporod and carod for
before being led off to oxecution.
In tho words of our ox-Ohancollor, lot us
wolcomo them with bloody hands to a hos
Omaha Medical College.
The address delivered by Chancellor Mac
Lean at the commencement exercises of tho
Omaha Medical College last Tuesday calls
attention to a nourishing school in our me
tropolis. "Wo desire to call attontion of
Hesperian readers to its advertisement on
page 14. Tho school is well conducted and
tho excellent results obtainod couKl only bo
oxpoctod from tho able faculty that havo it
in charge. Thoso intonding to study modi
cino will make no mistake by taking thoir
course at tho O. M. 0.
The businos management of tho Hes
perian will bo pleased if delinquent sub
scriptions bo paid at once. Please scttlo at
Co-op. or with managers. This should bo
Tho Young Womons Christian Associa
tion gavo tho following program in Uni
versity chapel Saturday ovening, April 4:
Violin Trio.. .Misses Cleaver, Huchins and Post
Lotus Esters Tennyson
Read by Miss Sinoyer, Pantomine by Misses
Hartruflf, Wilkinson and Stewart.
Vocal Solo Miss Griggs
Sappho. Read by Miss Sadie Smith. Illus
Sappho Helen Malthewson
Ermina : 1 Marian Noyse'
Damophyla Marie Pollard
Phaon Jennie Smails
Attendants Jean Tuttle, Ena Ricketts, Helen
Piano Solo Miss May Olson
"He and She." Read by Miss Smoyer, panto
mine by Miss Wilkinson.
Vocal Solo Carl Tucker
Crowning of Easter.
Thanksgiving Day E. Irene Davison
Christmas Maud Atkinson
Good Friday Theodora Duman
Easter Nellie Griggs
Address to Easter Grace Broady
Mrs. Manning, owing to illness, could
not bo presont and hor reading in tho num
bor, "Ho and Sho," was givon by Miss
Smoyor. Mr. Tucker sang a solo in placo
of a rocitation which was to havo boon givon
by Miss Josophino Lottridgo, who could not
bo prosont. Tho musical numbers wore all
vory ploasing, as was attostod by tho hoarty
applause. Tho readings wore exceptionally
good, tho acting graceful and effective, and
wiib frequently applaudod. Tho entertain
mont roflected much credit to thoso who
participated in tho program and ' on tho
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