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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1896)
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THE FIBS I' KIM AN
Pa Had fa it Day.
The Palladiau celebration will open
Thursday night Oct. loth, with the an
niversary address delivered by Ex-Chancellor.
Fairfield. Tickets will be issued
and the society hopes to accomodate all
University people and others who may
desire to attend. This will be some
thing no one can afford to miss.
The faculty has granted the petition of
the Palladians to the effect that Friday,
October 16th. shall be a holiday, there
being no classes after chapel.
Friday afternoon Palladiau hall will
be the center of attraction. The Pallad
iau alumni and present members, will be
at home to all university people and all
friends of the society. Friday night the
society nieinljers and invited guests will
enjoy a short Old Timer's program in
Palladiau hall. J. ft. Dales, the first
'-liainnan of the society will preside,
-fudge Field will sjeak, and question of
admitting the ladies to the society will
lie fought ov-r by T. F. A. Williams and
C. M. Skiles, the David and Jonathan of
later times. Tickets for this will lie
At the-lose of the program the society
will repair to the Lindell hotel where a
banquet will be served and toasts given
and responded to. Palladiau day will
thus lie well filial out.
All students are cordially invited to
join with the Palladians in celebrating
their birthday and in doing honor to one
of the founders of the university. An
nouncement m regard to tickets" will lm
meetings. 01 her absences are few, the
club being particularly fortunate in the
return of most of its graduate members.
The program was informal, each mem
ber reading a sketch orpoeni. Some rem
iniscences of Mr Shreve's boyhood were
highly amusing, and a bit of verse by Mr.
Sargent recalled the work of Mr. Bates.
After refreshments, served in Miss
Wert's delightful fashion, a business ses
sion was called and various plans discus
sed for the work of the coming year.
Some suggestions by Mr. Alexander were
adopted as a specially helpful to more
effective criticism. The following names
were added to the list of membership:
Uiss Annette Abbot, Geo Shcdd, Fritz
Korsmeyer, and Ralph Mueller.
The English club held its firrt regular
meeting this year at the home of Miss
Wert, 1327 E street. Fn a short address
the new president, Miss Braner regretted
the abwnee of Mr. N. C. Abbott, who
was last spring chosen to preside at these
The first pupih recital of the school of
music will lie given next Wednesday
evening. As usual, students are cordi
ially invited to these recitals, and they
will doubtless find them interesting.
The school of music opens auspiciously
this year, and in spite of the closeness of
the time has enrolled at least fifty new
Miss Harriet E. Reynolds i a new in
structor of piano and" comes to us thor
oughly prepared for her work after five
years study in Leipsic under the best
Piasters of that musical citv.
Miss Emily Perkins wilfbe abroad thuT
The Cadet baud is larger this vear than
it has been before, having at present
thirty-two members, and good work m
hoNl from them.
The University orchestra will also take
on new life, and in the course of the fall
they will work on a program to m given
The advanced ehonis under Mrs. Kay
Mmd will take up the cantata " tfymn of
1 raise" by Memlekohn which is a most
beautiful and artistic work. All inter
ested in vocal work should find time to
join the ehonis.
Miss ; Elsie Beaver of Beatrice will man
be back to continue the study of music.
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