The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, January 08, 1897, Page 4, Image 4

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The Hesperian
Ismu-1 Weekly ly tlic HEs.rn.ntAN Association of tlio University
of Nebraska
Oho copy, jxr college yenr tin ntivnuoo
One cojiy, one oinclci
1cp1h1 oiiileavor will lo innilc to innVc Tin: Uksphiuav Inter
Unf to fnrmfr tmlcit I'lenMS soml ns your Milp-orijitlons.
;Mjli-criittnn.on onrlKKiVv will le continued until or
ilorerf stopped.
Address nil oommtmiMtioiis to Tiir HfrKitiAV. UnlvorMty
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
The Annual which will soon be issued
by the class of '9S bids fair to be the
best in the history of the university. A
great deal of enthusiasm has been in evi
dence and the editors and managers are
not having the difficulty in gaining sup
port whioh has been the experience of
some former boards. It is said thai al
most all of the best literary talent in
school is striving for the prize stoiy and
Every organization in school will be
represented and in the greater number
of cases by full page cuts. Twelve or
more artists are working on the staff and
are turning out some fine work. The
publishing of a creditable annual is no
mean undertaking und let us all help to
make this one a howling' success.
With the opening of the new year the
Literary Societies start out with perhaps
better prospects than for several years.
The membership is not large this year,
but strong in respect to quality. The
real developing work will be done during
this part of the year and all shoulders
are at the wheel t make this year a
"rattling one in the history of the open
Literary Society. It is here that an im
petus is given for active literary work
and development. The student who
enters the literary society with the pur
pose of doing something, will soon find
that the atmosphere is conducive to both
mental and social development and that
this part of his life has an important
place in his college course.
U. B. D. C. proceedings, were rather
lively last Saturday night. The club
was honored by a visit from the P. B. D.
C, 'whose members proposed a joint ses
sion of the two clubs for parliamvMitary
practice. A temporary organization was
regularly formed, then the permanent or
ganization was quickly established, with
Matson in the chair and Magnire a sec
retary. The L B.'s had a plurality of one, and
proceeded to exercise their ability to pass
measures and resolutions. The V. B.'s
suceeeded in delaying business, so that
but one measure was passed. PreMtleiit
latson exercised splendid judgment in
his decisions.
Both clubs ohibiled considerable skill
in parliamentary tactics.
After the scrap was over, a series ot
extemporaneous speeches were given iy
members of each club alternately.
William Glenn Bridge died at the
home of his parent 2100 Washington
street, Tuesday. Dee. 21). He died of ty
phoid fever after a short illness of ten
Will Bridge was a member of the class
of i)8. He but recently joined the Delta
Tan .Delta fraternity.' Will enjoyed a
wide acquaintance. He was known a a
Christain boy, who was modes! i ,luU1"
ner, always good natured, and an ex
ceedingly strong student.
If you want good coal and waul it
cheap, call up telephone 55H5.
Messrs. Axling and Evans spent v.i- a
tion in David City, carrying on evangel
istic meetings.
Now is the time to bnv Sho. Tin'
Foot, Form Store, 1213 U street, are hav
ing their 25 per cent Discount Sale.
Captain Gnilfoil has returned and
wishes the cadets a ''Happy New 1 '
He hopes their Christmas turkeys set well
on their stomachs and cheese heavily on
their consciences.
The Kansas & Nebraska Fuel Co. guar
antees its coal to be the best for tm
money expended. ,