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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1896)
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Li. E. Mumford spent Sunday at his
home in Beatrice.
Westerfield has done tlio students bar
boring for seventeen years. m
S. W. Piukerton addressed u conven
tion assemble in the city last Tuesday
The Literary Societies will give a joint
program in tho chapel a week from next
Mass meetings are growing popular,
three have already been called and there
is one more to follow.
If you want the best barber shop in the
city, go to Westerfield's, LIT N 13th, just
south of the Lansing.
E. M. Pollard, '93, formerly a Palla
dia is candidate for Legislature from
Cass Co. with sure prospects for election.
Tlu Grand Island delegation is run
ning a column in their home paper. This
v uld be a good example for the delega
tion from 0ther towns to follow.
Mms Elta and Vesta Gray and Mr.
FitVr are among those Palladians who
w'iv lure to attend the celebration of the
twenty-fifth birthday of the society.
The boys still continue their delsarte
exi-ivises on the campus every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings, much
to the edification of the general public.
The Union Boys Debating Club cele
bration will be the biggest affair of the
year. The best speakers in the city have
bf'Pn obtained and a fine entertainment
Oet. 30 is the tenth anniversary of the
P. B. I). 0. This occasion will be fit
tingly celebrated. Chancellor MacLean
and Roscoe Pound will speak. Good mu
sic will be furnished and an interesting
program is assured.
Ex-Chancellor Fairfield was tendered a
reception at the homo of Chancellor
.MacLean Wednesday evening, by tho
university faculty and the officers and
some of tho alumni of the Palladiari soci
ety. The reception was one of the bright
est and happiest of the year. Chancellor
MacLean received the guests and intro
duced them to the Ex-Chancellor Fair
field, and Mrs. MacLwm and Mrs. A. W.
Field in turn cordially greeted those who
came. The chancellor's spacious resi
dence was brilliantly lighted, ices were
served and everything provided to make
the occasion enjoyable. The genial spirit
of good fellowship and pleasure that pre
vailed attested to the success of these
provision, and when the hour of depart
ure had come the happy faces of those
bidding Mr. and Mrs. MacLean good
night told better than words how pleas
ant the ovoning had been.
Pall. Boys Debate. Resolved: That
it is for the best interests of the laboring
class to vote for Bryan.
. - I Burleigh v I Stewart
Aff' JJno. Boose eg' Hunting
The question for the U. B. D. C. de
bate this week is, Resolved: That U. S.
Senators should be elected by a direct
vote of the people.
, Mr. Maguire , 1 Mr. H. Meier
Att MrPlowhead e' Mr. Nixon
Everything is now in readiness for the
preliminary debates. The questions have
been "hoseii, the debaters assigned to
their divisions and the time has finally
been determined Nov. 9, 10, 11 and 12.
There are now thirty-six debaters regis
tered. All that is needed more is the
support of the student body. Remember
the dates and come out.
The old students go to WesterfiekPs.
You should do the same, if you want the
best hair cut in the city.
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