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Til 15 MESPF,R;IAN
The following are the judges' markings
on the first ton :
lWolfo Fosslor Adams Total
Baker 1,1 2 ' 4
(ti-poii 4,2 1 ! 7
Barr 3 , 10 3 16
Piper 5 4 0 j IS
Manure 2 17 12 2H
Killen 9 ; 12 : 4 I 25
iJennison 0 j 5 'In ' 26
Meier 13 9 ' 6 28
llawxby 11 14 5 j 30
ruham 10 6 14 I 30
Mr. Sioliz went home to attend the
funeral or' liis brother.
The attendance at the mission Sunday
s'hool ui reached 104.
If you want good coal and want it
Hwnp, will up telephone 335.
A double quartette composed of Y. M.
A. bo has beon organized.
The (jjris Bryan Club attended Mr.
Kiyim's talk, in the Funk Opera house,
lr. Avery returned Monday from
IM.lelburg ftlKi Wi afc oneo j.ako cjlflL.ge
of w,,rif. of tho work in Chemistry.
J. M. Roberts, formerly of the class of
M, wan iveeritly married to Miss Anna
Stanton They reside at-Paonia, 'Col.
The Uhwh succeeded in eluding the
oiiiids in it Saturday's chase. The
'ipMl won- on the go over three hours.
'Hi,. November 'Review of Reviews con
tain a i,.tiw from Prof. Langwortby
J'loro,i u,cj political situation in Neb
n ' M ('.A. apple social was well
Putroniz,.,!. Apples proved to be quite a
wwg fiii-il. Out of a barrel not one
r"'u,od to tell the tale.
)V. ('. l-lilU- was taken to the hospital,
'Way whw. an operation was por
lll,1 ",7' lle doing well but will bo
",l Hiool for several weeks.
Miss Mary Homo, class of '96, left
Monday p. m. for Chicago, where she
goes to (ill a position in the cataloging
department of the John Crerar Library.
Prof. Bates has left the Cincinnati IGn
quiror and is now in New York. His book
of poems, 'Songs of Exile," is out,
though no copies have reached Lincoln.
"O. 11. Allen was initiated into Alpha
'Theta Chi last night" says the 'Reprint.
We take pleasure in romoving this blot
from Brother Allen's fair name, ft was
O. H. Martin.
The Juniors met Tuesday afternoon.
Messrs Lunn and Axiing resigned from
the annual board. These gentlemen hnd
been elected from the Union and Delian
socitios and immediately afterwards re
signed from these organizations. Tho
societies felt that they were entitled to
representation on the board and secured
it-toy a determined effort. Messrs Evans
and Reedy were elected to the vacancies.
Now look here. You know that our
boys need all the encouragement they
can get at tho Omaha game. We still
have a chance of winning the pennant.
Although !it is rather slight, you should
do your host to help us come in on that
chance. Co to Omaha. Fvory student
who can possibly get away should help
out the boys to this extent. Make up
your mind to go and then prepare to en
thuse. The Y. V. C. A. reception last Satur
day night was a grand success. The
young ladies were ontortained in the
beautiful home of Mrs. F. M. Hall. Tim
state officers of the society were present
and were introduced to the mouthers of
the company. Five large rooms wore
filled with those enjoying tho entertain
ment. Fxcollant music was provided for
the occasion. Miss Nellie Criggs sang
two beautiful soprano selections and
there was a charming duet by the Misses
Ouman and Atkinson.
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