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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1896)
Kit acne Broivn.
"Wheheas. Almiglity Ctod has seen fit
to remove from our el ass one. who on
account of his superior manliness and
seholarly abilities was loved and respected
by all who know him and
WrraiiEAS, we feel deeply the loss we
have all sustained in the death of our
friend IBngone Brown ; therefore be it
Resolved that we offer to his bereaved
family our sincere and heartfelt sympa
thy and, be it further
Resolved, that a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to his family and that they
be printed in the collar paper-.
C.SS u! !I7.
Good Things Coming
The ( rice Club will irivc a concert Dc
The Pershing Rirle-. will have their
annual Hop at the Lincoln, December 4.
The Elect ricals have begun to prepare
tor another of their popular exhibitions,
to be given on the evening of Charter
The Sophomores are arranging a class
parly for the evening before the begin
ning of the holidays.
The Unions will give their annual
feed" during Thanksgiving vacation.
The Ottumwa Male QuartH will give
a concert in the chapel December 4. for
the benefit of the local oratorical associ
ation. The final preliminary debates will take
place December 10.
The Pals, will have their animal
Thanksgiving Feed next Tuesday even
ing. Dr. Parmalee. for thirty years a mis
sionary in Turkey will lecture next San
day on -'The Armenians." Chapel, 3p. in.
The Kansas & Nebraska Fuel Uo. guar
antees its coal to be the best for the
One of the saddest accidents that we
have been called upon to chronicle, op
curred last Saturday. The Doane team
was playing the Kansas boys at Law
rence. During the game, Bert T. Serf,
Doane's quarter-back, made a very violent
tackle. He was thrown backward, his
head striking the ground. He never re
gained consciousness but died a few hours
after the game.
Serf was an exceptionally gritty player
and a manly fellow. His death has cast
a gloom over Doane College that will not
soon be lifted.
Three fatalities have resulted from in
juries on the gridiron this season 0m
it Indianapolis last Saturday, another at
the Shattuck Military Academy, Minn.,
about a month ago.
The debaters havechoseii the following
question for the final contest:
"Resolved, Thai the hiw-oniietiiig
power of Great Britian is superior toiliat
of the United States."
They will speak in the following order.
Maguire, Hreen, Dennison, Piper. Harr,
Meier, Baker, Kill cm. The first speaker
has the choice between fifteen consecutive
minute and twelve minutes for opening
with ?ivt minute for cloning the debate
The following lights were hid nilcr
the biitthol of the legal fwiternity l"1
Saturday evening: J. D. Smith, V.rl
Hildrcth, Fred Dtifree. (3. VV. (Ireen.
Sidney True and Ernest Ames.
French, Latin, Cerman and Bngli-"
dictionaries. Rolf and text Shakesp'-ar
traiiKlutioiis etc it Herpolsbeimer & '"
Leave your name with anyone at the
'o-op. so that seat-, for the theatre may
be obtained together.
F. H. Peters. 1024 0 street, jewel.'!
Diamond rings made to order.
1330 0 street. J as. Kolbach custom
Knnb. tv Neb. Fuel Co. 1008 O Street.
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