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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1896)
Walter Van Fleet Lioagland was at the
Uiri. last week.
All the societies have adjonrircd for the
Prof. Brown will lecture before the E.
E's Saturday evening.
Misses Day and Wallace have resigned
'mm Palladian societv.
R. L. Cheney, '94, is visiting the Uni
versity. He has been tilling the soil
since his graduation.
The D. B. D. C has inaugurated i iev
scheme for parliamatary drill. It ;s rep
orted to be a great success.
Philip J. Magnire has received an offer
of a fellowship in economics under Jf .
1. A. Barret spent Thanksgiving with Lawrence Laughlin at Chicago Univer-
lii brother in Council Bluffs. sity. He has not yet decided to accept.
The annual hop of the Pershing Rifles The following former University stu
nt the Lincoln to-morrow night. dents read papers before the N. W. Tea-
Plora Bnllock won first prize, twenty- chers' association last week: Emma
five dollars, in the Courier's storv con- Boose, who is teaching at Bay Springs:
May Eopper, Kate Buneher and L. J.
Abbott Jr.. who are teaching at Crawford.
'lincallor and Mrs. MacLcan will en
tertain th Senior class next Saturday
Seven thousand batihs have been taken
'il the Tni. bath rooms since school
The l)nlinns are making preparations
for their "PW1" to be given just before
In spite of the disturbing influence of
vacation, the enterprising: Delians had a
program Friday evening. The program
was as follows:- Vocal solo (a &b) J.H.
Saver. Vocal solo (tin-pan accompani
ment) 0. T. Reedy. Impromptu Story
Telling Contest ; Messrs. Andreson, Boom
er, Williams, Reedy, Killen and Sayer and
Misses Packard and Countryman.
I2x-(Mianccl1or Canfield is prominently Ir- Saver wa a"1 first and Alias
"i-mioiMWI amongSeniors for commence- Countryman ,1 $cm
incut f.i accompanied Ins story by dramatic action
raw,r much to the discomposure of Allen's hair.
last ivwivcd. All sizes and widths of A vocal solo by Mr. Home and a piano
r' gymnasinm shoes. Poot Form solo by Miss Countryman ended the pro-
S'M213 Osjn, gram.
. A. Pishei- has relumed to school. 1:200 T St. for good board.
He has htn engaged in a geological sur- Kans. & Neb. Fuel Co. 1008 O Street.
Vf'.v in the central part of the state, 1880 O street, .las. KoTbadh custom
AM nT""' T"! '"t 1'et0,' WS Wr nL, Tor ,.
w J ontical lifcoiiouiydlnb Tnesd ay erven- WrartarfidMs.
wi: on -phe economic canses Of the Board $fl.0fl r Calendar month at
i"-ih Hocmi unrest.
Pr;r. IWbonr has been elected inem
wr the American (reological Society
imI will i-ftarl a papr at its meeting in
lnngton this month.
Nim Estoiia Davison, college of law 'flfl,
" on the fnsicmiiiekel in Brown County
"ftornifjranfl was 0er5t(vl though tihe
entity wenl for McftinW.
1200 T St.
Tf von want goorl coal and want it
cheap, call up telephone 385.
IF. H. Peters. 1024 O street, jeweler.
Diamond rings marie to order.
Pinkerfcor. Boarding Club, 1200 T St.,
right across from Nebraska Hall.
The Kansas te Nebraska Puel Co. guar
antees its coal to be tihe best for the
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