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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1897)
T H tt H K S P K K I A N
The Chancellor loft for Chicago Mon
day. Mr. George, aii old Union, will soon
return to school.
Tho girls' side of chapel was almost
empty Monday morning.
Tho Palls, are arranging for a "New
Miss Emma Boose, 'DG, visited in Lin
coln during vacation.
Miss Grace Pushton has been quite ill,
but is now much better.
Some talk is being indulged in regard
ing tho organization of a fourth literary
Paul Pizey is tho new business mana
ger of the Post.
Prof. G. E. Barber studied in Chicago
Miss Myrtle Wheolcr, '06, spent her
vacation in Lincoln.
Prof. Peterson and wife will sail for
America -January 10.
Miss Nellie Clark, who is teaching in
Edgar, was here for tho holidays.
Miss Bessie Butler who is teaching in
Geneva spent the holidays in Lincoln.
Miss Sadie Taylor, now teaching in
Omaha, was seen in Lincoln last week.
Mrs. Holmes, nee Kittie ShakMon.
Mr. Frye, instructor in English has re- enjoyed a visit from her mother last
cently published a volume of poems en- week.
titled "Substance of nis Ilouse."
Tho Nebraska State Horticultural So
ciety will meet in the chapol Tuesday,
January 12. It will bo in session three
Miss Bertha Pinkerton '0l. of the
Blair High school, attended the teacher's
Messrs. Geo. Boomer and Will Reedy
of Beatrice, were among the teachers at
Geo. Shedd has been elected captain the University last week.
of the foot-ball team for '97. The choice
is generally satisfactory among foot-ball
Check rooms have been provided for
students' wraps. This has been done in
Messrs. Allen Fling MH and ( H-
Barber 'M of Nebraska City, wore doing
educational work at Ihe University lat
Mr. T. .1. Kemp and his brother were
order to avoid further thefts from the called to Luray, Vn. by tho death f their
cloak rooms mother They' will probly not ivli.rn
Harry Jones spent his vacation in town before the next Semester. ,
with Charlie Platz and the school-ma'ams Tho Union Bows' and tho Palladian.
broke both of tho boys' hearts all to Boys' Debating Hubs, held regular meet
smash according to some reports. ings during vacation. Notwithstanding
Prof. V. G. Langworthy Taylor will the prevaliug low temperature debating
address the Political Economy Club, enthusiasm is at fever heat.
Tuesday evening, January 12. He will Next Sunday the Y. M. C. A. and V.
give a report of tho recent meeting of tho y. C. A. hold their regular Missionary
American Economic Association. meeting. The subject fs "Practical hV-
Mr. Murray '96 of K. U, now teaching suits of Foreign Missions." Miss Vtkin-
at Humboldt, was in attendance at tho son will lead. Mr. Rhodes will present
teachors's association last week. Mr. the commercial phase, W. J. Hunting
Murray will be remembered among our tho moral phase and Miss Auman the
students as a most elegant speaker the intellectual phaso of foreign missions.
Kansas-Nebraska debate last year. There will be special music.
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