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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1896)
Til K li KS P K i: I A N
How they Spent Thanksgiving.
E. B. Pern read the populist platform
three times without a smile or a tear.
He sqent the rest of the clay in a coma
H. A. Meier spent the day in a cold
law office, rending TnciUi.
H. 0. Sntton put in his time studying
the structure of the brain as presented in
"that interesting book" Ladd's Psychol
Rhodes spent vacation reading "Torn
Brown at Oxford.
H. P. Gage agrees with most of his fellow-citizens
in thinking that Thanksgiv
ing day is st apart in order that people
may take time to eat a "good square
meal once a year."
(;. W. Davis was called to his home in
losing City dnring vacation by the death
Vif Iris aunt.
i W. Taylor. E. O. .Jones and Miss
Sadie Smith spent Thanksgiving with
friends and 'relativ&s' at Fremont.
Olyde McDowell ate cranberry sauce
with his parents at Fairburv.
Among the West Point students who
ate Thanksgiving turkey at home were:
FredKuagle, EvaO'Snllivan, J. C. Craw
ford and 1. F. Langer.
Miss Catherine Woods, L. IS. Mumford
and .7. F. Boomer were in Beatrice dur
ft. V . Thatcher entertained several of
his college churns at his borne on Thanks
'A. W. Searaon was at Plattsmouth.
He expounded the Source Study method
to the teachers of the county on Satur
day. This doesn't tell half the tale.
The course in Municipal Government
to be given next semester by the Political
Economy department promises to he a
Irummer. Prof. Searson -will Ihave-eharw
Fact and Rumor.
Dr. Bessey lectnred to the teachers at
The English club "will meet with Miss
Prey Saturday evening.
The S. L. & Q. oratorical contest has
been postponed nntil after the holidays.
University warrants are climbing to
wards par. Thev have risen from 95 to
Most of the foot-ball hoys have had
their hair cut and now look like ordi
The Uni. lunch counter is proving to
be a successful enterprise. It U qnite
Reports from chapel indicate that there
is plenty of r.om. especially in the pro
Prof Caldwell will giw a one hour
couise on Methods of Te.iehine: 'History
Supt. Farley has arranged to have a
series of University lectures at tihe spring
institute in Cass county.
Prof. A. S. Harding will lead tli
Teachers Reading Circle at Weeping Wa
ter in History work next Saturday.
Prof. ljy ins will entertain the Dain
men's Association, at the new dairy
building on the state farm Dec. 17.
.7. W. Crabtree was at the ITniversity
last Saturday. He returned to Beatrix
to fill Prof. Fling's appointment there
Two German classes have been organ
ized in the College Settlement. They
are conducted by University students.
Prof. Nicholson will, shortly, contrib
ute an article to The ffontlcman Vnvmcr,
an "The Beet Sugar Industry in the
r. s," -
May Hopper, '90. who 'teaching at
Alliance, was elected secretary of the N.
W. Teachers' Association at its meeting
in Crawford last wek.
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